Finally under Obamacare your leadership has reduced this country into two classes. These classes are those who belong to the card carrying Obamacare and those who do not.
This, of course, is contingent on successful implementation of the Health Care Act (Obamacare).
Let us take a quick look at the two classes.
The first class is the card carrying member of Obamacare.
This group will grow as the government needs additional money to cover the cost of this act. We know that this group includes the uninsured.
There are also those who can't insurance due to preexisting conditions. Then we must include the under-employed as well as the increasing group of part time employees.
Looking down the slippery slope, why not drop Medicare and Medicaid? This group will profit from membership as card carrying member. Plus this tidies up the number of agencies the government needs to supervise.
As we now know Obamacare has cause many individuals to be dropped by their insurance carriers. This group will have no choice but to become members of Obamacare.
It will happen as sure as tomorrow will come; deductible will increase; hasn't this happened to those of us on Medicare? After all, in the future deductible may be reached by July 4th. What will be covered or not covered will surely be a future surprise.
Now what about those who are not card carrying members of Obamacare.
One could say they are the privilege group who had the opportunity to opt out of Obamacare. I have written two Emails to find out how many are in this group; our government should have this number somewhere.
What I have seen happening in England is this privilege group has access to a growing private practice; no line, no wait, personal service. There is the opportunity of developing private hospitals; no cards please.
Watch what will happen in this country with hospitals that have not accepted federal funds. I am hearing in the U.S.A. there are increasing physicians who are selective of the patients they will see.
Having experienced socialized medical care in Europe, the theory does not work.
Isn't it strange that those who legislated this historic Health Care Act (Obamacare) have opted out of this coverage?
John T. Kovich
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