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Reckless Health Care Changes
By Donald A. Moskowitz


September 21, 2009
Monday PM

President Obama continues to pitch his reckless and unrealistic health care initiative to the public. "Big Brother" Obama wants Congress to pass a bill quickly before Congress and the public understand the plan.

A proposed government imposed health care program will cost U.S. taxpayers about $1 trillion over 10 years, and the Medicare system will suffer cuts of $500 billion.

Thirteen million illegal aliens will access Obama's health care system because many of them have drivers licenses and forged social security cards, and Obama's health care package does not include verification of citizenship.

Obama says he will have to live with his program, but it is the American people who will have to endure the harmful impact on our health care system. About 80% of the American people are satisfied with the best health care system in the world.

Any changes will be implemented in 2013, well after the 2012 election. Is this timetable designed to give Obama the opportunity to be reelected before a failed health care program is implemented?

Some European countries and Canada embarked on Socialized health care and they have endured long waiting times for services and reductions in the quality of care due to inadequate numbers of doctors, nurses and hospitals. We could suffer the same fate.

Donald A. Moskowitz
Londonderry, NH

Received September 21, 2009 - Published September 21, 2009



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