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Obama plan is stealth for a single payer system

San Jose Mercury News, August 27, 2009 At a recent town hall meeting in New Hampshire, President Barack Obama promised that health care reform will not threaten private insurance coverage. “If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan,” he said. “This is not about ...
Commentary

Health care reform, yes. Big government, no.

LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Government insurance for health care — the public option — is an inappropriate cure that the American body politic is rejecting. Canadians spend 10 percent of annual GDP on health care, while Americans spend 16 percent. However, Canadians experience long waiting lists for diagnosis and treatment, ...
Business & Economics

ObamaCare and Hidden Agendas

President Obama gives us a false choice on health care: his way or the status quo. Nobody wants the status quo, and Republicans have real alternatives. The real choice is whether we have a single-payer, government run health care system. “The health care system in America is broken. Costs are ...
Health Care

Government medicine stumbles in Canada, U.K.

Imagine that your two best friends are British and Canadian tobacco addicts. The Brit battles lung cancer. The Canadian endures emphysema and wheezes as he walks around with clanging oxygen canisters. You probably would not think: “Maybe I should pick up smoking.” While that response would be highly irrational, the ...
Commentary

Beware of Obama Care

If our health care system is as bad as some have suggested in “Letters to the Editor” and responses to the earlier blog, and the Canadian, U.K. and other European styled socialized health care systems are so great, then we should see Americans flocking to Canada to take advantage of ...
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MSNBC: The Left Rejects Free-Market Solutions to Healthcare

NewsReal.com, July 22, 2009 Filling in for Keith Olbermann yesterday on MSNBC’s Countdown program, guest host David Shuster chastised Republicans for having no plan “to contain exploding healthcare costs.” So busy was Shuster smirking and sneering (like Olbermann) over the Republicans’ alleged indifference to those costs, that he neglected to ...
Commentary

Reformers’ Claims Just Don’t Add Up

Health Reform: Many extravagant claims have been made on behalf of the various health care “reforms” now emerging from Congress and the White House. But on closer inspection, virtually all prove to be false. Yet even as many Americans start to have second thoughts about our government’s possible takeover of ...
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Why We Must Ration Health Care

You have advanced kidney cancer. It will kill you, probably in the next year or two. A drug called Sutent slows the spread of the cancer and may give you an extra six months, but at a cost of $54,000. Is a few more months worth that much? If you ...
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Health Plan CEO for Massachusetts Governor?

Gutsy move: He’s a leader in the industry (health insurance) that 4 of 10 people believe is most responsible for increasing health costs, and “enjoys” a reputation as low as tobacco and oil companies. More importantly, he was a key player in Governor Romney’s reform that mandated universal health coverage, ...
Health Care

Brian Sullivan Takes on Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders Over Health Care Bill

Guest host, Brian Sullivan, interviews Vermont’s Independent Senator, Bernie Sanders, regarding whether the Senate Democrats will make the most of their supermajority and push through universal health care. Mr. Sullivan shows a video clipping with Sally C. Pipes discussing her experience with Canada’s universal health care system.
Commentary

Obama plan is stealth for a single payer system

San Jose Mercury News, August 27, 2009 At a recent town hall meeting in New Hampshire, President Barack Obama promised that health care reform will not threaten private insurance coverage. “If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan,” he said. “This is not about ...
Commentary

Health care reform, yes. Big government, no.

LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Government insurance for health care — the public option — is an inappropriate cure that the American body politic is rejecting. Canadians spend 10 percent of annual GDP on health care, while Americans spend 16 percent. However, Canadians experience long waiting lists for diagnosis and treatment, ...
Business & Economics

ObamaCare and Hidden Agendas

President Obama gives us a false choice on health care: his way or the status quo. Nobody wants the status quo, and Republicans have real alternatives. The real choice is whether we have a single-payer, government run health care system. “The health care system in America is broken. Costs are ...
Health Care

Government medicine stumbles in Canada, U.K.

Imagine that your two best friends are British and Canadian tobacco addicts. The Brit battles lung cancer. The Canadian endures emphysema and wheezes as he walks around with clanging oxygen canisters. You probably would not think: “Maybe I should pick up smoking.” While that response would be highly irrational, the ...
Commentary

Beware of Obama Care

If our health care system is as bad as some have suggested in “Letters to the Editor” and responses to the earlier blog, and the Canadian, U.K. and other European styled socialized health care systems are so great, then we should see Americans flocking to Canada to take advantage of ...
Commentary

MSNBC: The Left Rejects Free-Market Solutions to Healthcare

NewsReal.com, July 22, 2009 Filling in for Keith Olbermann yesterday on MSNBC’s Countdown program, guest host David Shuster chastised Republicans for having no plan “to contain exploding healthcare costs.” So busy was Shuster smirking and sneering (like Olbermann) over the Republicans’ alleged indifference to those costs, that he neglected to ...
Commentary

Reformers’ Claims Just Don’t Add Up

Health Reform: Many extravagant claims have been made on behalf of the various health care “reforms” now emerging from Congress and the White House. But on closer inspection, virtually all prove to be false. Yet even as many Americans start to have second thoughts about our government’s possible takeover of ...
Commentary

Why We Must Ration Health Care

You have advanced kidney cancer. It will kill you, probably in the next year or two. A drug called Sutent slows the spread of the cancer and may give you an extra six months, but at a cost of $54,000. Is a few more months worth that much? If you ...
Commentary

Health Plan CEO for Massachusetts Governor?

Gutsy move: He’s a leader in the industry (health insurance) that 4 of 10 people believe is most responsible for increasing health costs, and “enjoys” a reputation as low as tobacco and oil companies. More importantly, he was a key player in Governor Romney’s reform that mandated universal health coverage, ...
Health Care

Brian Sullivan Takes on Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders Over Health Care Bill

Guest host, Brian Sullivan, interviews Vermont’s Independent Senator, Bernie Sanders, regarding whether the Senate Democrats will make the most of their supermajority and push through universal health care. Mr. Sullivan shows a video clipping with Sally C. Pipes discussing her experience with Canada’s universal health care system.
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