YOU ARE NOT GOING TO LIKE THIS:

YOU ARE NOT GOING TO LIKE THIS:

 

ObamaCare Highlighted by Page Number

THE CARE BILL
HB3200

 
THIS IS THE 2ND
OFFICIAL WHO HAS OUTLINED THESE PARTS OF THE CARE BILL
 
Judge Kithil
of  Marble Falls    ,  TX    – HB3200
highlighted pages most egregious

 
Please read
this………
especially
the reference to pages 58 & 59

 
JUDGE KITHIL
wrote:

 
**
Page 50/section 152:  The bill will provide insurance to all non-U.S.
residents, even if they are here illegally.

** Page 58 and 59: The government will have real-time access
to an individual’s bank account and will have the authority to make
electronic fund transfers from those accounts.

** Page 65/section 164:  The plan will be subsidized (by the
government) for all union members, union retirees and for community
organizations (such as the Association of Community Organizations for
Reform Now – ACORN).

** Page 203/line 14-15:  The tax imposed under this section will not
be treated as a tax.  (How could anybody in their right mind come up
with that?)

** Page 241 and 253:  Doctors will all be paid the same regardless of
specialty, and the government will set all doctors’ fees.

** Page 272. section 1145: Cancer hospital
will ration care according to the patient’s age.

** Page 317 and 321: The government will impose a prohibition on
hospital expansion; however, communities may petition for an exception.

** Page 425, line 4-12: The government mandates advance-care planning
consultations..  Those on Social Security will be required to attend
an “end-of-life planning” seminar every five years. (Death
counseling..)

** Page 429,  line 13-25:  The government will specify which
doctors can write an end-of-life order.

HAD ENOUGH????  Judge Kithil then goes on:

“Finally, it is specifically stated that this bill will not apply to
members of Congress.  Members of Congress are already exempt from the
Social Security system, and have a well-funded private plan that covers
their retirement needs. If they were on our Social Security plan, I believe
they would find a very quick ‘fix’ to make the plan financially sound for
their future.”

Honorable David Kithil

Marble Falls,  Texas

All of the above should give
you the point blank ammo you need to support your opposition to Obamacare.
Please send this information on to all of your email contacts.

 

Death Panels are Not ObamaCare’s Only Killer Provisions

Death Panels are Not ObamaCare’s Only Killer Provisions

January 7th, 2011

Steven Ertelt, LifeNews.com

Never mind the controversy over the so-called death panels in the controversial ObamaCare health care law. One pro-life group says the measure should be repealed because it contains rationing elsewhere.

Although the death panels — the voluntary advanced care planning that pro-life advocates have been concerned about because it could have doctors financially motivated to promote less medical care and lifesaving treatment — have occupied most of the debate, the National Right to Life Committee says other provisions cause concern.

In a new letter to House members that LifeNews.com obtained, NRLC urges a yes vote on the repeal measure the House of representatives is slated to consider next week.

The abortion funding ObamaCare doesn’t satisfactorily prohibit is a central tenet of the pro-repeal letter.

“As enacted, the PPACA contains multiple provisions authorizing federal subsidies for abortion, and additional provisions on which future abortion-expanding regulatory mandates may be based,” the pro-life group tells lawmakers.

But the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” also contains “multiple provisions that will, if fully implemented, result in government-imposed rationing of lifesaving medical care,’ NRLC says:

The department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will be empowered to impose so-called “quality and efficiency” measures on health care providers, based on recommendations by the Independent Payment Advisory Board, which is directed to force private health care spending below the rate of medical inflation. In many cases treatment that a doctor and patient deem needed or advisable to save that patient’s life or preserve or improve the patient’s health but which runs afoul of the imposed standards will be denied, even if the patient wants to pay for it.

The law empowers HHS to prevent older Americans from making up with their own funds for the $555 billion the law cuts from Medicare by refusing to permit senior citizens the choice of private-fee-for-service plans….

Read more.

The FDA’s Death Panels

The FDA’s Death Panels

January 6th, 2011

Gene Koropowski, WorldNetDaily

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin last year created a nationwide furor when she predicted that ObamaCare would lead to the creation of “death panels” that would decide who would receive life-saving treatments – or be allowed to die.

Now Obama’s health policy team stealthily is moving forward with that idea, WND has learned.

And this development has nothing to do with proposed rules that would have called for doctors to have “end of life” discussions annually with senior citizens. Those plans were dropped from ObamaCare because of public outrage, then slipped into administrative rules, then removed once more in just recent days when the public discovered what was going on.

This new development involves Obama’s political appointees at the powerful Food and Drug Administration, who appear to have started making life or death choices for Americans in 2010 using the cost of a therapy, apparently, as a primary criterion for acceptance or rejection, critics have told WND…

“The FDA denies that cost had anything to do with the ultimate decision against approval,” Greg Conko, a senior fellow who tracks the FDA at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a free-market think tank in Washington, D.C., told WND.

“But many of us fear that FDA may in fact be slowly but covertly moving in that direction,” he said.

According to statistics released by the FDA on its website, new drug approvals declined dramatically last year. Drugs with the potential to treat cancer and other maladies were not approved by Obama’s regulators for mass marketing. FDA approved a mere 21 new drugs for sale in 2010, down from 25 in 2009.

Read more.

Oops! Democrat Who Outed Obama’s “Death Panels” is Sorry You Found Out

Oops! Democrat Who Outed Obama’s “Death Panels” is Sorry You Found Out

January 3rd, 2011

Steven Ertelt, LifeNews.com

The Democrat who started the latest national debate over the inclusion of so-called “death panels” by the Obama administration into federal regulations now regrets doing so.

The office of Representative Earl Blumenauer, an assisted suicide advocate from Oregon who works closely with pro-euthanasia groups like Compassion and Choices, alerted supporters of the change the Obama administration implemented and worked to ask them to keep the news quiet.

“We would ask that you not broadcast this accomplishment out to any of your lists e-mails can too easily be forwarded,” his staff wrote. “Thus far, it seems that no press or blogs have discovered it but we will be keeping a close watch and may be calling on you if we need a rapid, targeted response. The longer this [regulation] goes unnoticed, the better our chances of keeping it.”

The memo talked of a “quiet” victory and had the congressman worrying about how Republican leaders would “use this small provision to perpetuate the ‘death panel’ myth.”

But LifeNews.com reported on the new regulations and, weeks later, the New York Times got a copy of the memo Blumenauer wrote and the national dustup began.

Now, Blumenauer told The Hill that he regret’s the secretive language used in the email, which he says he did not see beforehand.

“If I had seen the memo, I would have suggested it be worded differently,” Blumenauer told The Hill. Still, he defended the controversial new regulation….

Read more.

White House attempts to quiet revived talk of ‘death panels’

White House attempts to quiet revived talk of ‘death panels’

By Jason Millman – 12/27/10 09:31 AM ET

 

The Obama administration is trying to quiet talk about so-called “death panels” after The New York Times reported Sunday that a new Medicare regulation includes incentives for end-of-life-care planning.

The Medicare policy will pay doctors for holding end-of-life-care discussions with patients, according to the Times. A similar provision was dropped from the new healthcare reform law after Republicans accused the administration of withholding care from the sick, elderly and disabled.

However, an administration spokesman said the regulation, which is less specific than the reform law’s draft language, is actually a continuation of a policy enacted under former President George W. Bush.

“The only thing new here is a regulation allowing the discussions … to happen in the context of the new annual wellness visit created by [healthcare reform],” Obama spokesman Reid Cherlin told The Wall Street Journal.

In 2003, Medicare added a consultation visit for seniors new to the program, according to the Journal. Another 2008 law, enacted under Bush, said the visit can include “end-of-life” planning discussions.

Sarah Palin, a possible Republican presidential candidate in 2012, sparked controversy last summer when she said the reform law’s end-of-life provision would create “death panels,” in which “government bureaucrats” would decide who receives care. President Obama countered the claim by saying his administration didn’t want to “pull the plug on grandma.”

 

“Death Panels” Regulation Begins Obama’s Rule by Fiat

“Death Panels” Regulation Begins Obama’s Rule by Fiat

 December 27th, 2010 Ben Johnson, FloydReports.com

In a foretaste of outrages to come, the Obama administration managed to sneak out a federal regulation paying doctors to provide “end of life counseling” to those covered by ObamaCare. The Medicare rule, which Congress never voted on, may encourage thousands to forego lifesaving treatment. This move is a voluntary precursor to the inevitable rationing engendered by socialized medicine. Many conservative media outlets have objected to the pro-death aspects of this decision. However, they have ignored a vital aspect of this story: the way he implemented the policy. This federal regulation inaugurates Obama’s two-year strategy to rule by executive order. The New York Times reports…. Read more