Thursday, September 24, 2009
Obamacare Daily Round-Up 09-24
Health, Race And Obama
The President Risks Getting Stale. Continuous TV appearances can't rescue a bad argument.
From Bismarck to Obama - If you are going to pass a Big Idea such as universal health insurance, you need to give the public a Big Reason.
There doesn't seem to be a "Part 1" but you can go here and read all the other posts Mr. Lott written about Obamacare. LOTT'S NUMBERS: The Truth About Obama's Health Care Plan, Part 2
Mr. Policy Hits a Wall
McConnell Blasts Government Over 'Gag Order' on Private Health Care Provider. U.S. health officials launched an investigation into Humana after the Louisville-based company mailed a letter to patients enrolled in its Medicare Advantage plans, alerting them that President Obama's health overhaul could eliminate important benefits of the program.
The Whole World Is Watching. What will be the fate of Obama's once-secret "arrangement" with Big Pharmaceutical?
Questions for Those Who Want Legislators to Pledge To Read Every Word of Every Bill Before Voting: Here's one too. Why aren't you reading the God forsaken laws you're voting on you sorry sacks of....(sorry got away from myself. Question still stands though.)
Yeah, that'll work. Pelosi Seeks to Make Health Reform Bill More Liberal. Deaf and dumb, nice two-fer Pelosi. I like how your political tin-ear matches your pearls.
UGH! Pelosi to Offer New Draft of Health Care Bill Next Week
Playing Doctor: McCain, Obama Propose Very Different Solutions to America's Health Care Woes
Dems block GOP demand for more time. Is the Dems' need for speed a reflection of their need to hide just how damn awful their bills are?
Senators Delay Confronting Hardest Issues Tied to Health Bill
Tempers Flare as Senate Committee Debates Health Care Plan. Republican Sen. Jon Kyl raised his voice after Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus urged him to hurry up and finish a point, as the panel started its third day of debate on health care reform. Given that this is a career-killing hunk of legislation, I'm not surprised voices are being "raised".
Massachusetts Touts Success of Mandatory Health Insurance as Critics Decry Costs.