Posted in truth quest, truth quest podcast, constitution, third-party payer, medicare, medicaid, veterans affairs, healthcare, socialized medicine, veterans health administration, va, affordable care act, aca on Oct 4th, 2018
There are a lot of things wrong with the Obamacare law passed in 2010. Besides the fact that the law is unconstitutional, I outline four other things that are wrong with it:
#1 - The way the law was drafted
#2 - The way the law was passed
#3 - The way the law was upheld by the Supreme Court
#4 - The consequences of the law
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Posted in , truth quest, shawn brodof, the dirty half dozen, truth quest podcast, abortion, dirty half dozen, third-party payer, veterans affairs, obamacare, healthcare, socialized medicine, single payer, nhs, veterans health administration on Sep 20th, 2018
This is the second of four healthcare-related episodes. In Episode #9, I discussed the truth about healthcare in America as a way to lay the groundwork for the other three – the truth about socialized medicine, the truth about Obamacare, and the truth about real healthcare reform.
The truth about socialized medicine or government-run medical systems is wherever it has been implemented, the results have been people suffering from shortages, rationing of care, long wait times, a lower level of care, there is no incentive to shop for better prices (or better service), and the denial of experimental drugs, innovative procedures, and new technologies.
Why would we willingly endorse and enroll in a healthcare system that has proven to be inferior to the one we currently have?
Why would we willingly put our health in the hands of a bunch of faceless bureaucrats who could care less about us personally?
What is it about other nations' socialized medicine programs that is worthy of emulation?
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