Skip to comments.A State Revolt Against ObamaCare Emerges
Posted on 07/10/2012 5:38:46 AM PDT by IBD editorial writer
Health Reform: After the Supreme Court's ruling, President Obama declared ObamaCare "here to stay." But a revolt is brewing among states that, if it continues, could cause key pieces of the misbegotten law to collapse.
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The entire thing needs to collapse. it will be a cancer that spreads and never ends.
I would lose any or if needed all my limbs if they had a spreading rotting devouring disease.
This is what Obamacare is, a flesh eating disease.
Thankfully the governors see a solution AHEAD of voting for it.
Best to put a new tire on the truck before a long trip.
We’re well past the time where the states need to start pushing back against the encroachment of federal authority.
RINOs need to get with the program.
Unfortunately for those of us who live in states like NY which are just this side of communism, our state government will embrace anything which will replace something in the private sector with new public sector control.
Cuomo will gladly kiss the behind of comrade Odumbo das fuehrer.
We have too many “free riders” (aka Free Loaders) in NY who see a tasty gravy train in Obama’s CommieCare.
President Obama declared ObamaCare “here to stay.”
Fear not everything he has said has turned out to be a lie.Note last 3 1/2 years.
Here in PA, where health insurance companies are a major employer, they are actually pressuring Tom Corbett to take the money and expand Medicare.
Either there are government contracts available to them to administer it or it will get low-income people off of their CHiP plans....not sure why they are supporting this.
Proud to say my governor, Rick Perry, is pushing back hard.
(and receiving much liberal abuse for it)
"Two years ago, we made history together by finally passing health reform, and because we passed this law, insurance companies will now have to cover basic preventive care--
things like prenatal care, mammograms, contraception--at no extra cost."
Haley said via Facebook:
Haley joins other Republican Governors in her stance. Florida Governor, Rick Scott also stated that he, "will not implement two provisions of the U.S. healthcare law involving an expansion of Medicaid for the poor and creation of a private insurance exchange". S.C. and Florida joins Wisconsin and Louisiana in rejecting two provisions last week.
“Either there are government contracts available to them to administer it or it will get low-income people off of their CHiP plans....not sure why they are supporting this.”
Well the joke is on them (but we get hurt the most) because they were not listening when Fearless Reader said in one or more of his 2008-2009 speeches that this HC bill was just the FIRST STEP to government HC and elimination of the private insurance industry.
How stupid are these grossly overpaid chief executives when they cannot even listen to what the president is saying he is going to do?
The paperwork is already growing exponentially and new mandates (well new to us) like having to send copies of marriage licenses and birth certificates (actual ones not like the muslim in chief) to the insurance company to prove we are married and have children.
I know exactly what the Klan With A Tan is going to do. Once all these new clients (illegals and yes HE LIED) are added to the rolls, Obomination will cut back on payments to everyone he wants to eliminate and the insurance companies will be the first on his list.
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