Skip to comments.How To Survive ObamaCare
Posted on 11/19/2012 8:44:32 PM PST by virgil283
Its been a horrible year for individual liberty. First, John Roberts re-writes the Obamacare legislation ........To assure continued access to a personal physician, concerned Americans should immediately seek out and contract with a direct-pay or concierge doctor.....
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Nope, no sirree, not gonna do anything because they are trying to intimidate us, gonna refuse, resist any way possible and to throw a monkeywrench in the gears as often as possible.
Obamacare is a non-starter.
Not gonna help it. They can kiss my rebel a_s.
I already “moved to a red state”. We don’t have a single statewide elected democrat here in KS.
F_ck them and feed them fish heads.
Reminds me of the movie “Zombieland” where Bill Murray dresses up and acts like a zombie so he can “survive” but it wasn’t the zombies that killed him, no it was the zombie killers who won’t be quite disciplined with shooting techniques, the moral of what I am saying is this, I believe its better to be against something and take a side, wear a badge or a uniform showing your allegiance, just so you WON”T be mistaken as the enemy or sympathizer.
If we cave in to Obamacare those that are true patriotic warriors may find offense and they would deal a harsher judgement than Obamas goons, sorry to say it like it is or more accurately may very well be.
I have heard that when the panels are formed that if they decide I cannot have a hip replacement because of age or some other health related issue that I cannot as a citizen appeal that decision. If my state refuses a health exchange I have recourse then through my state constitution?
Our family doctor is thinking of converting to a fee based practice and we told him we would be happy to pay as we go.
That is a particularly poignant assessment... our history here on the Kansas/Missouri border is that you were either a partisan or tried for neutrality. None of the options were a guaranteed winner.
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