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My Response To 12 Year Old’s Letter To Romney

Recently a 12 year old boy named Jackson Ripley wrote a letter to Mitt Romney scorching him and his policies. Jackson has a baby sister with a severe birth defect that is now being treated because of Obamacare’s allowing insurance to cover pre-existing conditions which were previously denied. Below is his letter followed by my response. Dear Governor Romney, I’d ...

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Mom, You Did Build That!

Paul Ryan introduced America to his mom. There was more than a little emotion as he told her story. Betty Ryan was a stay at home mom who, after her husband died, went back to school. The skills she learned enabled her to become a small business owner. She is an example of the greatness in America. Take a minute ...

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Autistic Man Denied Transplant

Should a person with autism be allowed a transplant? As mother to a son with autism I’d like to think the decision should be made by our family after consulting with our doctors. But I am able to wax philosophically because my son is healthy. Karen Corb of Pennsylvania,  is not so fortunate. Her son Paul inherited the same condition ...

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83% Docs Considering Leaving Field

A recent survey by the Doctor Patient Medical Association suggests that 83% of current physicians are considering leaving the field. DPMA Survey Results This week on Varney and Company Dr. Marc Siegel discussed these results with Stuart Varney. Not all doctors will leave the practice; many cannot afford to but the strong results indicate most physicians are very concerned with ...

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Obamacare: States Cut Medicaid Dollars

According to the Kaiser Family Foundation (via Kaiser Health News) sixteen states are now limiting the number of prescription drugs each month. Seven of the states have made these adjustments in the past two years. The limits vary across the country. For example, Mississippi has a limit of two brand-name drugs. In Arkansas adults are limited to up six drugs ...

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Obamacare Costs $1.9 Trillion AND Still Leaves 30 Million Uninsured

Since the 5-4 decision to uphold Obamacare as constitutional through the taxing authority of Congress, the CBO gave their final grade. .  But it’s not biggie.  This entire overhaul is “deficit neutral” and will save money in the long run.  That’s what the Left try to sell us.  Even Joe Six Pack knows that something can’t be deficit neutral when ...

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Small Victory for Catholic Business Owners

The U.S. District Court in Colorado has granted an injunction to a Colorado business that filed suit against the Obama administration’s mandate that their health insurance cover contraceptive services. Hercules Industries is owned by the Newland family. These devout Catholics sued Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius after being told the mandate applied to small businesses run by Catholics ...

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ObamaCare – Punishing Success and Responsibility

By now we have all heard the “You Didn’t Build That” speech. President Obama does not often make his true feelings known, but that speech was telling. As he tries to back-peddle from having the man behind the curtain revealed, it is important to point out a few little ways the Affordable Care Act re-enforces his proclamation that success is ...

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H.R. 6079 Repeal of Obamacare Act [Full Text]

HR 6079 PCS   Calendar No. 451   112th CONGRESS   2d Session   H. R. 6079   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES   July 12, 2012 Received; read the first time   July 16, 2012 Read the second time and placed on the calendar   AN ACT To repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and ...

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It Would Be ‘Priceless’ If Romney Admitted He Was Wrong

John C. Goodman challenges Americans to rethink healthcare in his book from the Independent Institute, Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis. In the wake of the Supreme Court decision that determined that the individual mandate was constitutional, there has been much talk about “repeal and replace.” That has lead to the question, what does the GOP have to offer to replace ...

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New Taxes You’re Going To Pay To Fund Obamacare

Henry Blodget, writing for businessinsider.com,  shares some  valuable information that will come in handy  when debating with “progressive” useful idiots whether obama”care”tax is really a tax or not. “Here are some of the new taxes you’re going to have to pay to pay for Obamacare: •A 3.8% surtax on “investment income” when your adjusted gross income is more than $200,000 ...

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Married to The Game: Obamacare, SooperMexican, and an Argument About How Much Cars Weigh

This episode of Married to the Game was a doozy.  In an almost prophetic fashion, I made the comment that more people should be familiar with SooperMexican’s work, and two days later, he ended up gaining more than 5000 followers on Twitter.  (it may or may not have had something to do with this episode) Also… stick around for a ...

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Why Repealing Obamacare Is Not Enough

A recent step in the right direction happened on July the 11th. The house of representatives voted for a full repeal of Obamacare, 244 yeas to 185 nays. Of course the liberal media cried foul, they thought even taking a vote on repealing Obamacare was a giant waste of taxpayer money. Bob Schieffer, of CBS’ Face the Nation, lamented how ...

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A Simple Replacement for ObamaCare

The obvious solution to the health care problem is self-insurance. The Obama Tax is designed to effect those who are young, healthy, and can afford insurance. Who makes the decision about what someone else can afford? But that is beside the point. The point is that if one is young and healthy and can afford insurance, then one can probably ...

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