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  • The Human Face of Obamacare

    02/24/2014 5:32:31 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 2 replies
    PJ Media ^ | February 24th, 2014 - 6:25 am | Roger Kimball
    If you like your president, you can keep him. Period. But what if you don’t? Stephen Blackwood, the president of the fledging Ralston College in Savannah, Georgia, has a sad, infuriating piece about his mother’s experience with Obamacare this morning in the Wall Street Journal. […] In some ways Stephen Blackwood’s case is typical. His mother, who had been diagnosed with a particularly nasty form of cancer in 2005 when she was only 49, had been receiving treatment through her insurer. She had had the Blue Cross/Blue Shield plan for nearly 20 years. […] Then came November. She, like millions...
  • Tracking Obama's health law in budget isn't easy (Surprise, surprise, surprise)

    04/11/2013 4:03:08 AM PDT · by markomalley · 6 replies
    AP ^ | 4/11/13 | RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR
    Next year is the year President Barack Obama's signature health care law goes into high gear, covering millions of uninsured Americans by a mix of private plans and government programs infused with tens of billions of dollars in taxpayer money. You'd think there'd be a chapter in the new 2014 budget that lays it all out. Wrong. Well, maybe a table? Wrong again. A box? Nope. It turns out that the costs of the Affordable Care Act — Obamacare to its unyielding Republican foes— are sprinkled here and there through hundreds of pages of budget books. It's partly due to...
  • The human face of Obamacare’s broken promises

    04/01/2013 2:07:50 PM PDT · by Libloather · 10 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 4/01/13 | Dean Clancy
    **SNIP** As the controversial law passes its third anniversary, and as the Obama administration struggles to get a whole new national health care system up and running by next January, a visible sign of the law’s economic costs is seen in the 12,000 pages of regulations to implement the law’s 2,801 pages of legalese. Printed out and stacked, that tower of paper stands seven feet tall. Laid end to end, it stretches for two and a half miles. **SNIP** Rosemarie Battaglia, a senior citizen from Texas, is on Medicare Advantage. Last month, the Medicare agency issued regulations that will reduce...