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Barrack Obama Is The Greatest President We Have Had; In The Last 43 Years.

August 14, 2012 by fidlerten

Barrack Obama has done what no other President has. He has actually benefitted the American people. Not with vague promises and less than obvious laws that are predicted to do some good down the road but with dollars and cents value; today and Health Care of all things.

Whoever really thought that we would see a day when nobody has to say; “I can’t afford to go to the doctor; even though I am sick or in pain or having a hard time breathing? We are after-all, one of the last nations to address this problem and even after the SCOTUS decision to uphold, we still lag far behind those nations which provide Universal Health Care.    Read more

A SOMBER VICTORY, BUT IT’S NOT OVER YET

June 29, 2012 by cherose228

A SOMBER VICTORY, BUT IT’S NOT OVER YET

Well, he did it, gangers. He managed it. We now have universal health care, sort of, counrtesy of our President.

I’ll tell you, folks: this is not what I expected, and I think that we should all e-mail Chief Justice Roberts and tell him “THANK YOU” for his following the law. I’ll admit it, I did not think that he would have the courage to defy his masters, but he did, and I’m glad. He went out of his way to find a way to keep the individual mandate by putting it under the taxing authority of Congress, rather than the Commerce Clause, which basically confounded just about everybody.    Read more

Healthcare Upheld! [denialism blog]

June 28, 2012 by ScienceBlogs

It’s good news that the Supreme Court split 5-4 with Roberts (and not Kennedy?!?) as the deciding vote, to uphold the affordable care act. It’s interesting that this was controversial, and certainly Roberts led the court to a very safe middle ground making the issue about taxation and saying the commerce clause could not apply. If anything, I wonder if this weakens the previous commerce powers of Congress as defined by Wickard v. Filburn, I’d love to hear what a lawyer thinks.

What does this mean?     Read more

No, Virginia, cancer care in Europe doesn't suck, contrary to what a recent paper implies [Respectful Insolence]

April 24, 2012 by ScienceBlogs

The U.S. is widely known to have the highest health care expenditures per capita in the world, and not just by a little, but by a lot. I'm not going to go into the reasons for this so much, other than to point out that how to rein in these costs has long been the proverbial political hot potato. Any attempt to limit spending or apply evidence-based guidelines to care runs into a buzz saw of criticism.    Read more

HEALTH CARE REFORM HITS DAY 3

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Bad news for the Affordable Care Act [denialism blog]

March 27, 2012 by ScienceBlogs

The NYTimes reporting suggests a 5-4 split against ACA is likely:

Justice Kennedy, along with Justices Samuel A. Alito Jr. and Antonin Scalia and Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. all asked questions suggesting that they had a problem with the constitutionality of the mandate requiring most Americans to buy insurance. Justice Clarence Thomas, as usual, did not ask any questions, but he is widely expected to vote to overturn the mandate.

As does CNN's Toobin's analysis:    Read more

Biden on Obama:We Want a President With the Courage of His Convictions

March 16, 2012 by fidlerten


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Vice President Joe Biden struck out on the campaign trail yesterday, lauding President Obama and his economic policy. The main point of his message concerned the bailout of the auto industry by saying:    Read more

The Future of Health Care -- Interview With John Goodman

February 17, 2009 by Anonymous

The Future of Health Care -- Interview With John Goodman Interview Conducted by Bill Steigerwald It's hard to find anyone who likes America's health care system, including John Goodman, president and founder of the National Center for Policy Analysis. But you'll never find Goodman saying that health care is better in places like Europe, where socialist governments provide "free" universal health care for everyone.    Read more
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