Let us recall that the rich man~yet today~stands in Hell fire~because he was indifferent to the suffering of Lazarus~

Let us recall that the rich man~~yet today~~stands in Hell fire~because he was indifferent to the suffering of Lazarus~~
Money is a curse~a curse that falls most heavily on the shoulders of the men of the lower orders and their families~I am made distraught~and much saddened~to read that even politicians~would stoop to being so horridly cruel to the poor class~depriving them of needed medical care simply to enrich themselves and their pals~I wonder~how can these men who have done this~sleep well at night~do not God’s Angels visit them and torment them in their beds made of money?
America must awaken from Her long and deep slumber and discover again~~Her God-given sense of Moral Outrage~~and quickly so~~
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~~What follows is a very sad story~that quite simply can only get sadder and sadder~and one must wonder~did anybody intelligent have any input~into the creation of this deal~it seems as though it is all about making certain people rich and hanging the poor~which is, at a bare minimum, strange because this bill was supposed to help the poor people~weren’t the Democrats supposed to be on the side of helping the poor ones?~~
I must say that I stand very much indebted to Mr. Peter Morici whose note~~well crafted and most necessary~~and extremely disquieting~~I commence to now quote and continue to quote until marked ceased quoting~~
My dears~~Mr. Morici~~

Obama’s Affordable Care Act: Arrogance, Corruption and Abuse

Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 11:08 AM

It took paramount arrogance for President Obama and congressional Democrats to believe they could write an Affordable Care Act that would replace free markets across a healthcare sector as large as the economy of France.Among the results include five million Americans with private insurance getting cancellation letters for policies the president promised they could keep. As Obama claims, some had substandard coverage, but many had perfectly good policies.Stories are surfacing of cancer patients losing policies that paid out hundreds of thousands of dollars in life-saving treatments, and now they cannot access the government-run exchange. If the patients are successful, premiums are dramatically higher, and they can no longer access clinics and doctors that kept them alive.Businesses around the country are replacing full-time employees with part-time hires to avoid paying rising, burdensome premiums for qualifying workers. Others are simply dropping coverage altogether and electing to pay fines when those apply in 2014.

When the dust settles, millions of Americans that had health insurance will have to do without a policy and pay a less-expensive “tax,” as Justice Roberts euphemistically labeled the fines for individual non-compliance with the ACA. After all, for many it comes down to paying the rent and feeding their kids, or paying premiums double or triple their 2013 rates.

Some Americans will die — unable to access life-saving medical services — to satisfy the president’s obsession with “changing America” to create his ideal of a more-just society.

How can any civilized society condemn cancer patients and others to premature death under the banner of social justice?

Now, insurance companies like United Health Care are dropping doctors from their networks and slashing payments to physicians. Many Americans will lose doctors they trust and who have intimate knowledge of their medical conditions.

Forty dollars for an office visit, $20 to read a mammogram and the like are fees that simply won’t sustain many doctors in private practice.

Many physicians will be pushed into the employ of terribly inefficient hospitals which can overbill for other services to somehow pay their salaries.

Others doctors will reconfigure into concierge practices that charge annual fees of $1,500 or more per patient, in addition to payments for premiums and co-pays.

The rich will keep their doctors, while the rest scramble and often go without prompt attention to emerging illnesses or any attention at all.

Most doctors won’t be able to compete for the limited pool of patients, who can afford concierge fees, and face lower incomes and reduced professional satisfaction, which will be reflected in the care they provide.

Voila! Obamacare raises costs, lowers quality and slashes the incomes of many healthcare providers.

So where are all those rising health insurance premiums going?

Simultaneously, the ACA made illegal many perfectly adequate private and employer-based policies, and required insurance companies to offer one-size-fits-all alternatives in each county across the country.

Cautious about the claims liabilities created by the uncertain risk characteristics of new pools of policyholders, insurance companies withdrew from many markets. Those that remain face much less competition, can jack up rates, and slash doctors’ fees.

That is a classic prescription for monopoly profits at health-insurance companies and outlandish executive bonuses.

The Justice Department has indicated little inclination to investigate these abuses under antitrust laws. It’s too busy seeking criminal indictments on Wall Street for sins committed during the financial crisis — five years later and only after many bank executives declined to support Obama’s 2012 re-election bid.

It’s hardly an accident that health companies have become cozy with the administration and congressional Democrats. Their executives are wholly disinclined to criticize a law that benefits them so much, and happily contribute to Democrats’ campaign coffers.

That’s Chicago-style corruption in its purist form. The president learned well while teaching law in the Windy City!


I must say that I stand very much indebted to Mr. Peter Morici whose note~~well crafted and most necessary~~and extremely disquieting~~I  now have marked ceased quoting~~



 Let us recall that the rich man~yet today~stands in hell fire~because he was indifferent to the suffering of Lazarus~
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~~The principal need in America is the promotion of the possibility for the average man to get and keep a good job with good benefits paid by the employer~~as was done not very long ago.~~


~~Bene Nati, Bene Vestiti, Et Mediocriter Docti~~

~~La crema y nata~~

~~Artista de la conquista~~


 ~~In sunshine and in shadow~~I hold tight to the Republican view of time and money~~I write night and day~~yet~~while impecunious~~I am vastly overpaid~~in that taking pay to do what I love is unfair~~to my employer~~in a fair system~~under such circumstances~~I should pay him~~not he me~~I am far, far too old a man to be sexually confused~~praise Jesus~~but I am yet young enough to be politically confused~~is anyone not~~in an absolute sense~~I am a Catholic Royalist~~in a practical sense~~I am a Classical Liberal~~a Gaullist~~a Bonapartist~~an American Nationalist  Republican~~in either sense~~my head is soon for the chopping block~~to hasten my interlude with Madame La Guillotine~~I write without fear~and without favor of~any man~~


Non Sibi~~
Finis Origine Pendet~~

 ~~Κύριε ἐλέησον~~

Rejoice and Glad!!



~~The Original Angry Bird~~The Catholic University of America Screaming Red Cardinal Mascot~~



  Wednesday, 26th Novembre, Anno Domini Nostri Iesu Christi, 2013








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