More dead people voted in the last election than enrolled in ObamaCare. Congratulations America!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 14, 2013
Jay Leno has been on fire lately with slams like this and it shows in the ratings. It’s amazing to me given the way that Leno has worked to rebuild the Tonight Show’s ratings that NBC wants to make a change.
In last night’s monologue, Mr. Leno said:
“USA Today had a big front-page feature on the new healthcare law, and said that the opposition to ObamaCare at all-time high. In fact, it’s gotten so bad the President’s now calling it BidenCare.”
(Video via Newsbusters)
Nice catch from the Political Outcast blog. Read why at this link why your car maintenance and insurance is going up thanks to ObamaCare.
- Tonight on AC360: The extraordinary cost of getting sick in America (ac360.blogs.cnn.com)
- Medical Freedom (personalliberty.com)
- Why Medical Bills Are Killing Us | Steven Brill | Time | 20 February 2013 (thebrowser.com)
This is great news for residents in Ohio. See this link to read the press release.
See the video at this link which shows the Federal Government is going to essentially run the exchange no matter who creates it. So, why spend state money then? This means Ohio can use the money they were going to spend in much better ways to the benefit of its citizenry.
No matter who sets the exchange up, whether it is the state or the Federal Government, the federal Government will run the exchange. Therefore, ALL states should forgo setting up the exchanges. Why spend state money and increase taxes on residents at the state level?
Via National Journal
On the eve of a big deadline for states, the Obama administration decided to give them another month to decide whether to build their own online health insurance markets or leave exchange-building to the federal government.
States were supposed to inform the Department of Health and Human Services of their plans on Friday. Thursday night, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius wrote governors to say they could have longer—until Dec. 14.
The extension is the second in as many weeks. Last week, Sebelius told states that an earlier deadline to submit detailed state plans on Friday would be extended. States that wish to build their own exchanges were asked to submit plans in December. Those that wish to collaborate with the federal government were asked to submit their plans by mid-February. Both of those deadlines remain unchanged.
My Doctor already has. So much for that Barack Obama promise – ‘If you like your Doctor, you can keep your Doctor.’