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Thursday, January 22, 2009

Why Americans NEED My Book about Coping with Medical Crises

B'SD
URGENT UPDATE

BAD news in the healthcare department. President Obama's proposed changes to the American economy threaten the free market that made the USA the Super Power it once was. That power is dwindling fast during a global economic freefall. Each American's personal power will shrivel with the USA's if Obama nationalizes the US banking system (as he intends to do) while rearranging private-sector priorities.

One of those very key private-sector priorities is HEALTH INSURANCE!
As in YOURS!

You might not be allowed
to make your own healthcare choices during Obama's administration.

Need clarification of this scary warning?
See
DICK MORRIS: HERE COMES SOCIALISM...

Yup, you glommed on to that paragraph about endangered health care from the simplest of levels to the most complicated (i.e., expensive) levels as I did. Let's review it one more time:

"But it is the healthcare system that will experience the most dramatic and traumatic of changes. The current debate between erecting a Medicare-like governmental single payer or channeling coverage through private insurance misses the essential point. Without a lot more doctors, nurses, clinics, equipment and hospital beds, health resources will be strained to the breaking point. The people and equipment that now serve 250 million Americans and largely neglect all but the emergency needs of the other 50 million will now have to serve everyone. And, as government imposes ever more Draconian price controls and income limits on doctors, the supply of practitioners and equipment will decline as the demand escalates. Price increases will be out of the question, so the government will impose healthcare rationing, denying the older and sicker among us the care they need and even barring them from paying for it themselves. (Rationing based on income and price will be seen as immoral.)"


Yes, Americans will have to find out, all on your own, how to get the best possible healthcare for yourself and for your loved ones. The new American president will be limiting how much healthcare you'll be permitted to receive under his auspices.

Read newspapers.

Speak with healthcare professionals (WOW are they at risk for losing options about how to help you. Plus, their lowered incomes and higher malpractice insurance rates will make providing excellent health care to you even harder! They won't be able to afford to stay in business).

Listen to Talk Radio. The hosts of every political persuasion are discussing the looming health insurance crisis.

As if medical problems weren't difficult enough.


Praying for your safety and good health,

Yojeved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life


2 comments:

Star Lawrence said...

I hate to disagree--but I think the present system is close to a teardown. As you know, I cannot stand our new president, think he is a complete phony, and don't even believe he reads all the high-toned things he is supposedly reading. The list in the NYT read like a book report assignment from prep school. At any rate, he better get going on the
economic mess--his "stimulus" plan is a Christmas tree that will disappear without a trace. There are different approaches to saving and creating jobs. Where do we see THAT in there? Infrastructure? Only 3.5 percent is that and the rest is glistening pork. I totally resented his saying we need to put aside childish things--what childish things--supporting our families thru decades of stagnant wages and outsourcing? This guy never worked a job.

Whatever... I boycotted the festivities...but he is still in the paper. While we
have papers. One of mine went in the ditch two weeks ago.

Sign me,
Just another flyover
clinger in Arizona
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Yojeved Golani said...

Star, you've made things simple for my readers to understand: US citizens are in BIG medical trouble. A society-wide meltdown also seems to be looming with the poor economic prognosis for America and the foolish "cure" that the new president is considering: printing and minting money that is NOT backed by gold, silver, or anything of value. I know ten-year-olds with better financial sense.