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IMPLOSION: Flood of Reports Show ObamaCare Collapsing on Itself

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

ObamaCare Implosion
The launch of the insurance exchanges has brought an amazing array of headlines and little known facts to the fore.

‘Tech Surge’ Planned to Fix Obamacare Exchanges - Wall Street Journal

The Atlantic touted Obama's Tech Dream Team with engineers from Google, Facebook, and Twitter working overtime to get him elected. Not so much to serve the American people.

CBS News political director says Obama in a "Credibility Death Spiral" on ObamaCare.

Why Obama Should Be Freaked Out Over Obamacare - National Journal

11,588,500 Words: Obamacare Regs 30x as Long as Law -

We paid over $300 million for the Obamacare sites and all we got was this lousy 404 - Digital Trends

"...putting the monstrous amount of money into perspective, here are a few figures to chew on: Facebook, which received its first investment in June 2004, operated for a full six years before surpassing the $500 million mark in June 2010 ... LinkedIn and Spotify, meanwhile, have only raised, respectively, $200 million and $288 million."


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Healthcare Reform For Thee, But Not Me

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Originally published at 9/25/2013 12:01:00 AM

The crowning achievement of the Obama presidency would have to be the dismantling of the American healthcare system, replacing it with a new federal bureaucracy and entitlement program. He will be remembered not for repairing the shortcomings of the best healthcare system in the world, but rather, for the creation of a system in which the politically connected, the rich, and the powerful will get preferential treatment, while the rest of us get shafted. 

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Medicaid Expansion Means Less Healthcare, Not More

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Originally published in on 9/10/2013

All across the country, state governors are under tremendous pressure to accept federal funds for expansion of their state Medicaid programs. Most of this originates in Washington and the Obama administration, but much is local and comes from special interests such as hospitals, which stand to profit from an expected increase in business with more patients covered under this healthcare plan. 

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The Oregon Trial - WSJ

Monday, May 06, 2013

The Medicaid group used about 35% more health services, but they showed no clinical differences from the identical uninsured group across basic health measures like blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol levels that can be improved with the right treatment. The same was true comparing subgroups such as people with chronic diseases like diabetes. Health spending was higher among the Medicaid group, despite claims that using more preventative care and less emergency room will lower costs. 

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