This is just not a poll question asked on the street, this is a poll of likely voters. That said, unless you are a subscriber you can not see the details of the poll which kind of sucks, but it is what it is.
With the much anticipated release of the Supreme Courts Ruling on Obama-Care and while surfing the web last night while watching television, I stumbled upon an article entitled “Three Reasons The Supreme Court Should Overturn Obama-Care’s Individual Mandate”. Read more
So much for bending down the cost curve. Reuters has the story which – not surprisingly – avoids any reference to the president’s health care legislation that obviously is a contributing factor to increased costs.
On Friday, the Department of Health and Human Services released a new rule requiring insurance companies who miss medical loss ratio targets – and are therefore required to credit policy holders – indicate ObamaCare is the reason why they are getting a credit.
No kidding? This is exactly what the Obama administration and their socialist cohorts want. Employers will look at the options, and all of them will slowly come to the realization health care benefits cost money and since the federal government is going to cover everyone, why be involved at all?
Whoops. It’s important to note Obamacare has not even fully taken effect yet and stuff really starts kicking in one to two years from now. It really is true, you have to pass the bill to find out what’s in it and how much it will cost.
In Michigan, the state and the SEIU created a collaborative crime syndicate to bilk care-giving parents of more than $28 million intended to care for disabled children. Nobody is stepping up to take responsibility, and the Mackinac Center for Public Policy says the Republican-controlled state Senate is part of the problem.
Am I really the only one that noticed the Health and Human Services regulations dated Feb. 15 – five days after the Obama non-compromise – does not include the compromise at all? Am I wrong here? Read more
Yeah, you read that correctly. After President Obama announced his grand non-compromise on Friday, Feb. 10, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius published the finalized regulations not including the so-called Obama religious exemption compromise. Did you hear this in the main stream media?