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  • Lunch With Heritage Online Chat: The Case Against Obamacare

    This week we are joined by Senior Health Policy Analyst, Ed Haislmaier. Heritage has released a series of papers called the Case against Obamacare. These papers give the arguments on why Obamacare is bad for the U.S. Please join us with your questions and we will answer as many as we can.

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    7 Responses to Lunch With Heritage Online Chat: The Case Against Obamacare

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    2. Audrey, West Palm Be says:

      How is this going to be a fiscal choice in connection to all of the Illegal Immigrants now using the Healthcare we have? I say NO

    3. J. S. says:

      Q. Why isn't Romney the spokesman for why we should appeal & replace ObamaCare – since he has had such experience in spearheading such an effort?

      Q. What is provision, page and quote from Obama's STIMULUS 1 that created the 15 (or was it 18) man committee of bureaucrats to decide what treatment may be given to a patient or receiving a doctor's care (whether or not one's doctor prescribes it or something else) under pain of $100,000 for prescribing or performing other than govt. prescribed treatment in the first instance, and jail time for the next?

      Q. When will 'repeal & replace' advocates identify page, provision & quotes of unacceptable provisions of ObamaCare – or be called hear-sayers without proof?

    4. J. S., NYC says:

      Q. Is there a FACT SHEET identifying offensive provisions of ObamaCare and other legislation affecting health care (like Obama's STIMULUS 1)?

      Q. WHY VOTE TO REPEAL & REPLACE WITHOUT DOCUMENTING THE OFFENSIVE PROVISIONS and better provisions to replace them?

      Q. Do you think that Senators need to know exactly what is unacceptable with references – before joining the effort or voting to repeal and replace?

      Q Are voters smart to require referenced facts before advocating this or that?

      Q. Why no fact sheet lists necessary to generate intelligent repeal & replace legislation?

    5. J. S., NYC says:

      Q. Should Congress provide a fact sheet identifying unacceptable referenced provisions of current administration legislation to consider for repeal or repeal and replace action?

      Q. How about requiring a budget/debt impact statement for all proposed legislation?

      Q. Will Republicans try to back up their statements relating to legislation with facts and references?

    6. Gabriel says:

      Bobbie,

      Do you care about people that cant get insurance due to unaffordability? Did you know that we are ranked #1 for unaffordability for all other industrialized countries in the world? Do you care about fellow americans?

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