Like all practicing physicians (and medical correspondents), I was glued to the news last Thursday morning at 10 am ET when the US Supreme Court via some questionable fancy legal footwork allowed ObamaCare to survive. Like many of my medical brethren, I was deeply disappointed by the outcome.
But ultimately I am not concerned about America’s doctors; we will survive even if our paperwork continues to pile up, our income continues to decline, and our waiting rooms overflow well beyond capacity. We may feel like quitting but most of us will soldier on, continuing to work even as the new Affordable Care Act committees regulate and restrict us to the point of impotence.
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Opinion: Obamacare will assault nation’s founding principles
The Warner Robins Patriot
In fact, it will do the opposite and deal a devastating blow to the principles on which this nation was founded. Estimates show that Obamacare costs could well exceed $2.5 trillion over the next ten years, giving rise – if you’re paying attention at …
Romney, Obama both misstate facts about new law
Romney: “Obamacare also means that for up to 20 million Americans, they will lose the insurance they currently have, the insurance that they like and they want to keep.” The facts: Nothing in the law ensures that people happy with their policies now …
Memphis Doctor on Obamacare: Put Politics Aside, Focus On Facts
New America Media
On the day the US Supreme Court delivered its historic decision on the Affordable Care Act (ACA), aka Obamacare, I was rounding on my hospital patients: a man on the ventilator with pneumonia who had private insurance, one elderly woman with abdominal …
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