Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Leading Member Of U.S. Congress Indicating The Legislature Will Repeal Barack Obama's ObamaCare

Barack Obama

U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan has indicated he intends to have the costly ObamaCare healthcare plan repealed. Ryan stated last week, "We’ve seen record premium hikes. That's why millions of people—including millennials—have lost their plans, or been forced to buy plans they don’t like. That's why we've seen waste, fraud, and abuse. And at this point, one thing is clear: This law can't be fixed.” 

President Barack Obama recklessly rammed the 10,000-page ObamaCare healthplan through Congress, falsely promising it would create inexpensive, national health insurance for all Americans. Riding on an early wave of popularity when he just assumed office as head of state, members of Congress blindly voted for it based on the word of snake oil salesman Obama, without even reading it, which was a breach of duty.

ObamaCare premiums have since skyrocketed and will further increase to untenable financial levels Americans will not be able to pay. ObamaCare premiums have quadrupled, reaching prices Americans simply can't afford to pay on a fixed income. To make matters worse, major insurance companies such as United Health Group Inc, Aetna Inc and Humana Inc, have left ObamaCare, citing costs that damaged their companies.

The Judiciary Report stated ObamaCare was not going to work from the moment it was enacted. However, Obama pushed through ObamaCare for bragging rights and proceeded to cockily show off that he is the first president to create national healthcare in America. It was based in hubris, not helping people. What is particularly deceitful is the Obama Administration knew from day one that premiums would skyrocket to damaging financial levels Americans can't afford.

ObamaCare has put doctors, nurses and clerical medical staff through a terrible ordeal, bogging them down with reams of additional paperwork. ObamaCare has also resulted in the deaths of thousands of Americans, who were booted out of hospitals early, while others patients were denied important medical imaging that would have saved their lives.

The Judiciary Report stated from the beginning when the health insurance law was enacted that concessions would have to be made and special deals would need to be cut with medical companies, doctors and hospitals for ObamaCare to even begin to work (see: RELATED ARTICLES below). None of that happened. Instead, ObamaCare was pushed through with a "deal with it" attitude, which left medical staff across America scrambling to cut costs on their own and sadly it ended up detrimental to patients.

Obama and Hillary Clinton are also beholden to the drug companies, known as Big Pharma, who charge way more than necessary for medicine and medical equipment, trying to show big profits for investors and Wall Street. At the big drug companies, it's not about the public getting well, it's about profits. Wall Street's attitude is we must greatly profit from your sickness.

There's also another issue the Judiciary Report emphasized from the start that lawyer/doctor/surgeon general/emperor/overlord Obama ignored, America doesn't collect enough taxes to have socialized medicine. Rich people in America don't pay their fair share in taxes. And even in nations were there is socialized medicine, the budgets are tight. Therefore, how could America have workable socialized medicine under these adverse conditions.

It's not that America can't have socialized medicine or a workable, low cost healthcare plan. The White House and Congress are unwilling to fix the problems to facilitate socialized medicine or a national low cost healthcare plan, as they are beholden to so many rich people and corporations, whose lobbyist act on their elitist behalf.


GOP rebuffs Obama's entreaties to fix health law

10/20/16 07:06 PM EDT - President Barack Obama on Thursday called for Republicans next year to pass legislation to repair Obamacare. The GOP response? No. Democrats have long held out hope that with a new president, the political winds would shift, creating an opening to pass badly needed legislative repairs. 

But Republicans have been bashing Obamacare for more than six years and there is no sign that they’re going to break that habit — let alone vote for legislative repairs. House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday that the law “can’t be fixed.” 

Obamacare is the reason “we’ve seen record premium hikes,” Ryan said in a statement. “That's why millions of people—including millennials—have lost their plans, or been forced to buy plans they don’t like. That's why we've seen waste, fraud, and abuse. And at this point, one thing is clear: This law can't be fixed.”...