Visiting Your Doctor in the Near Future

by | Dec 23, 2009 | Headline News | 6 comments

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    It looks like ObamaCare will be passed very soon. We’ll see how it all plays out, but I think the socialists of America will be getting a nice little Christmas present this year.

    It won’t be so nice five years from now.

    Here’s a preview of what a doctor’s visit might look like:



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      1. It’ll be interesting to see how this pans out for the Demoncats (sorry, couldn’t resist – and the GOP sucks too).

        Any effect passage of this bill has on elections over the next couple of years is going to be based SOLEY on public opinion, as I believe no changes to health care will take place for several years…

        …other than some tax hikes. (I could be wrong on that…)

        So, it will not take TOO long for us to truly know what the public thinks about all of this…as opposed to now, where both sides are claiming that the majority of the people are on their side.

        My prediction – IF, because no one really knows – because NO ONE has actually read the damn thing…IF this bill increases the federal government’s involvement in health care (which I THINK it does), this baby is going to crash and burn like the Hindenburg.

        Just to be clear – my prediction would NOT change if the GOP drafted it.

        More federal involvement = FAIL

      2. Rick — I agree. Government getting involved, be it left or right, is a disaster.

        If you visited the post office this Christmas season, you’ll have a pretty good idea of EXACTLY how the health care system will operate in the USA in 2015 and beyond.

        The libs pressing for this have never seen socialized medicine in action. It is a complete disaster and will fundamentally alter the way this country works. This particular bill is just a first step.

        We now have a federal government that will control health care, who gets a mortgage, the banking system, car manufacturing and with Cap & Trade, energy production.

        Free market? I don’t think so.

      3. It’s important to keep in mind that this bill isn’t even about health care.  It’s about the Democrats’ fascistic takeover of one sixth of the economy.  They want as much control over our lives as they can get, and I’m afraid that it won’t “crash and burn” as suggested.  We need a revolution.

      4. IF I was a doctor or even a graduating one from med school I would right now be looking  to start in some other country NOT THIS ONE !  I would go anyplace else that does not have socialistic health care .  You watch  , doctors are going to leave the US in droves ! 

      5. I am a primary care doctor and I can tell you that
        I would never do it again. The pay is terrible for
        the responsibilities I shoulder and the work I do.
        I spent 13 years of my life becoming a primary care
        doctor. During that period I had little to no income,
        and could not contribute towards a retirement plan.
        I can’t even deduct my student loans on taxes! What
        a  rip off! The rewards just aren’t there anymore. Is
        is a shame what America has done to it’s medical profession,
        and no other profession deserves to make a good income
        like docotors do. America will regret what it has done to
        the medical profession

      6. David – don’t even get me started on the student loan/tax thing – it drives me nuts every year at tax time.

        Speaking of which, there is another bubble getting ready to burst – tuition.  All of the government-backed student loans give an ever-increasing amount of student access to an insane amount of money to go to school.  Sounds great, right?  Heck, why not give every one who wants to go to school $150K?  Then everyone could go to an Ivy League school!

        Well, all that has happened as a result is increased competition on the student side, leading to the schools being able to constantly raise tuitions (I’m sure there is more to it than this, but it’s definitely part of the problem).

        So, the schools make more money, the government gets to make some interest, and then if you make more than like $80K per year (which isn’t THAT much in some places – like SF), you don’t get to write off the interest payments on the loans.

        Government intervention = FAIL

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