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Obamacare is an unworkable law. It’s obvious because the Administration keeps trying to “fix” it—to no avail. It has delayed parts of the law, ignored others, and carved out exemptions for its political allies.

New results from the Oregon Health Study — a “landmark study” in the words of The New York Times – comparing thousands of low-income people in Oregon who received Medicaid access with those who didn’t found that “Medicaid coverage generated no significant improvements in measured physical health outcomes in the first 2 years, but it did increase use of health care services, raise rates of diabetes detection and management, lower rates of depression, and reduce financial strain.”

In Obamacare, the payment cuts are across-the-board cuts (modifications of Medicare’s complex payment formulas) made throughout the bulk of the Medicare program. According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO), these cuts will decrease Medicare spending by an estimated $716 billion between 2013 and 2022.

Suppose that Congress passed a law requiring all health plans to pay for an hour of free conversation every year between patients and doctors. The logical question would be: where are the doctors going to find all the additional hours to provide this service? The same question is relevant for the Affordable Care Act.

Obamacare cuts $716 billion from Medicare over the next 10 years, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), and uses these “savings” from Medicare to fund other entitlement expansions mandated by Obamacare.

Obama Needs More Time to Redo Health Care

Medicare: Visualizing the Need for Reform

Why the (un)Affordable Care Act should be repealed and replaced - Health - AEI

Michelle Malkin » Destroying private health insurance was always the goal

Michelle Malkin » Obamacare cronyism: The First Lady’s patient-dumping, privacy-meddling scheme

Nancy Pelosi wants to do for childcare what she and President Obama did for healthcare.

From the article... "Imagine how chagrined those who took Obama’s words at face value must feel now that it’s been revealed that the president has set up what is, for all intent and purposes, an $8 billion slush fund at the Department of Health and Human Services."

The list of 18 separate tax increases that will be imposed by the implementation of Obamacare.

The real cost keeps going up and up and up...

ObamaCare Provides Businesses Incentives To Drop Health Care Programs.