Skip to comments.Uncovered Video: Obama Explains How His Health Care Plan Will ‘Eliminate’ Private Insurance
Posted on 08/01/2011 6:59:15 PM PDT by grundle
"I don't think we're going to be able to eliminate employer coverage immediately. There's going to be potentially some transition process..."
- Barack Obama, March 24, 2007
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.tv ...
WOw! THIS should have legs!
“OH the “single payer system”, that puts us where Canada and England are....with crappy healthcare, on lists for months to get surgery, etc.
This was out before the 2008 Presidential election!!
Guess it didn’t make much of a difference.
It would put us where Canada is, not England. England is full socialized medicine where the government completely controls the whole system, much worse than Canada.
Was there suppose to be something new here? Must have been a slow news day to drag out old retreads.
Sad as hell, when you consider we lost that fight.
We need to repeal Obamacare.
Where will Canadians go for healthcare, when our system is changed?
Canada is not in such bad shape. According to the 2007 CIA world fact book they have a longer life expectancy than both the UK and USA. Socialism is not good for freedom in any case, but we can be thankful that we are at least not going the full British route yet. (though doubtless the far left would be happy to see us with a system like Cuba’s)
Life expectancy metric drags for us includes crime violence and unfortunately our young soldier’s deaths.
Very true. But even considering that, the gap suggests that Canada's health system is miles ahead of the British mess.
That’s hardly a breaking video clip, I’ve had it on my blog (which I will not name here) for almost four years....This was well known about Obama.
This was out before Obama was elected,NOBODY believed it and they still DONT CARE folks. I have seen this 100 times NOBODY CARES. The Man is a Liar and everyone loves it.
Opinion: ObamaCare and the Great Recession Deliver One-Two Punch to Workers Comp
August 1, 2011By James Ryan
In the last several years, our nation has been in the throes of the worst recession since the Great Depression. While the Great Recession brought plenty of challenges for the workers compensation industryincluding increased potential for fraudduring this time our country also underwent significant comprehensive health reform. These events have created unique challenges and significant uncertainty for the workers compensation industry. ...
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