Thursday, February 25, 2010

Even CNN Has Doubts About ObamaCare V 3.0

When CNN provides negatives about ObamaCare, you know things are bad.

If you prize choosing your own cardiologist or urologist under your company’s Preferred Provider Organization plan (PPO), if your employer rewards your non-smoking, healthy lifestyle with reduced premiums, if you love the bargain Health Savings Account (HSA) that insures you just for the essentials, or if you simply take comfort in the freedom to spend your own money for a policy that covers the newest drugs and diagnostic tests -- you may be shocked to learn that you could lose all of those good things under the rules proposed in the two bills that herald a health-care revolution.

In short, the Obama platform would mandate extremely full, expensive, and highly subsidized coverage -- including a lot of benefits people would never pay for with their own money -- but deliver it through a highly restrictive, HMO-style plan that will determine what care and tests you can and can’t have. It’s a revolution, all right, but in the wrong direction.

Did we mention that there are no 'cost controls' in the plan?

A LOT more at the Warrior's site.

1 comment:

Disgruntled Car Salesman said...

I'm not shocked but the statement or that the statement is made on air at CNN.

Recently, CNN looked at their ratings v. Fox and decided that maybe they are tired of getting their asses handed to them. If it doesn't continue to work, maybe it's time to go in a different direction, hmm?