I guess in the heat of trying to sue Obama for acting like a President, Tea Partiers and Republicans have been decisively mute about Obamacare. Probably because it's been working.
There are millions of stories like this one. But the Koch brothers spend 10s of millions of dollars trying to find one person who has been hurt by the ACA, and their 'victims' keep winding up better off, too. Anyway, this one is from Philly.com:
Danielle Martin, MD, MPP , Vice-President Medical Affairs & Health System Solutions, Women's College Hospital, Toronto, Canada, explains healthcare to not-very-bright US Senator Richard Burr from, shockingly, North Carolina.
There's a new youtube channel on health care, and every time I watch it I just want to get on my knees and thank every deity ever, real or imagined. It's a clear, well-spoken, interesting look at health care myths and policies. The last episode was on vaccines and autism, but previous episodes have covered…
According to Crain's that plot to destroy healthcare sure is leading us down the wrong path: job growth for the insurance and healthcare industries.
Dear Governor Bentley is currently in Japan kissing ass and prostituting his state in the name of JOBS. Of course, Bentley manages to ignore the 35,000 or so jobs that would be created by embracing the Affordable Care Act and expanding Medicaid.
Last week I wrote about getting one of those letters from my provider. So I've started looking at my options.
Since I work for a small company I'm on my own for healthcare. My healthcare provider informed me that my current plan doesn't meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act. Instead of a knee-jerk cry of outrage, I actually read the letter and accompanying documents.
This Fox News contributor tried to sign up for Obamacare and you'll be shocked to see what conclusions she drew from the whole goddam experience. No, seriously, you'll be surprised. Maybe even literally shocked.
...and it took about 2 minutes. When I tried to log in the first time I thought they had messed up, but then I realized I was typing my username wrong (over and over). When I typed it right, it logged me in in no time at all.
State Health Officer Don Williamson, locally famous as the guy who caused the state to be fined $88 million dollars for filling out state Medicaid paperwork incorrectly thus requesting too much money for Alabama, offers a morsel of hope for participants of the Womens, Infants, and Children nutrition program.
I'm pretty confused. Obvs, the Repubs are going to be out there spreading negativity in the media about how horrible it is and how everything is going to cost more. However, I've been trying to search for stuff that explains how ACA is going to affect employer-provided insurance, and I keep finding mixed information.…