Making a Bad System Worse: Disturbing Obamacare Surprises
By Stephen Lendman
December 11, 2013
Consumers are in for many rude surprises. Soon enough they’ll know they’ve been scammed.
A previous article discussed insurers limiting hospital and doctor choices. Doing so cuts costs. Sacrificed is treatment from relied on providers when most needed.
Using their services requires paying costs out-of-pocket. Obama lied claiming:
“If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor. Period,” he said.
“If you like your health care plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan. Period. No one will take it away. No matter what.”
Obamacare deception is one of many lies he told. Marketplace medicine doesn’t work. Obamacare prioritizes corporate profits. It does so at the expense of proper healthcare.
It’s not a commodity. It’s a fundamental human right. Not in America. Not under Obamacare for sure. Bottom line priorities matter most.
On December 6, the Washington Examiner headlined “Doctors boycotting California’s Obamacare exchange,” saying:
“An estimated seven out of every 10 physicians in deep-blue California are rebelling against the state’s Obamacare health insurance exchange and won’t participate, the head of the state’s largest medical association said.”
According to California Medical Association (CMA) president Dr. Richard Thorp:
“It doesn’t surprise me that there’s been a high rate of nonparticipation.”
“We need some recognition that we’re doing a service to the community. But we can’t do it for free. And we can’t do it at a loss. No other business would do that.”