Everything about Obamacare is a ruse.
NOTE: Radio talk host, Mark Levin, read off a number of IRS statues in Obamacare a few days ago that would raise the hair of anyone familiar with the US taxing system. The language it was written in was of the worst form of legalese that you could imagine. Just try making any sense of it come income tax time when you’re preparing your forms. Trying to find if you’re eligible for this or that under the new laws is going to be a nightmare, you will definitely have to hire a tax consultant to fill out the forms.
THE ‘PRE-EXISTING CONDITION’ HOAX IN OBAMATAX
We are told that one of the most “popular” features of the president’s signature “ObamaTax” health insurance law is one that prevents health insurance companies from denying coverage to those with pre-existing conditions.
We are told that the ObamaTax will protect Americans with pre-existing conditions from nasty big health insurers, while Republicans and conservatives shrug their shoulders in “let them eat cake” fashion. Forget about the fact that the premise of the left’s presentation is totally false, as it often is, since big health insurers and hospitals are loving ObamaTax because it will channel federal funds right to their doorsteps.
The truth is that, while a definite problem has prevailed for those with pre-existing medical conditions who have attempted to obtain health insurance coverage, that problem is small and manageable and can be adequately addressed with common-sense free market solutions. Most people, regardless of political ideology, want all Americans to be able to purchase health insurance coverage and gain access to care. The difference is not in the desire but in the policies that will get the job done. Neither Republicans nor Democrats have been successful in this endeavor to date.
With ObamaTax, the left has chosen a big government policy that will offer a very brief period of health care access to individuals with pre-existing conditions, followed by little or no access to care as Americans cope with long lines to see doctors. They will soon face an Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB), a group of unelected government bureaucrats, who, as their name says, will be more concerned with payment than health care.