… Harry Reid the Senator from Nevada.
Recently I posted a warning about this bill as it passed the House with Nancy Pelosi pulling out all the stops to get it pushed through. Now we get to Senate and Harry Reid is doing his best to ensure our nation of freedom must absorb the costs of one of the worse bills to hit this nation in the last 60+ years.
A quick recap of why this bill is a BAD thing will follow.
Now without further ado here are sections of the bill that are entirely Un-Constitutional and reprehensible, it is truly time to call your “leaders” to account for their actions and stand trial for crimes against the people of this nation.
Sec. 202 (p. 91-92) of the bill requires you to enroll in a “qualified plan.” If you get your insurance at work, your employer will have a “grace period” to switch you to a “qualified plan,” meaning a plan designed by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. If you buy your own insurance, there is no grace period. You will have to enroll in a qualified plan as soon as any term in your contract changes, such as the co-pay, deductible or benefit.
Sec. 224 (p. 118) provides that 18 months after the bill becomes law, the Secretary of Health and Human Services will decide what a “qualified plan” covers and how much you will be legally required to pay for it. That’s like a banker telling you to sign the loan agreement now, then filling in the interest rate and repayment terms 18 months later
Sec. 303 (pp. 167-168) makes it clear that, although the “qualified plan” is not yet designed, it will be of the “one size fits all” variety. The bill claims to offer choice—basic, enhanced and premium levels—but the benefits are the same. Only the co-pays and deductibles differ. You will have to enroll in the same plan, whether the government is paying for it or you and your employer are footing the bill.
Sec. 59b (pp. 297-299) says that when you file your taxes, you must include proof that you are in a qualified plan. If not, you will be fined thousands of dollars. Illegal immigrants are exempt from this requirement
Sec. 1302 (pp. 672-692) moves Medicare from a fee-for-service payment system, in which patients choose which doctors to see and doctors are paid for each service they provide, toward what has called a “medical home.”
So when your Republican Senators say they don’t want to debate it LISTEN to them and than get out there and protest it- do it quickly show them that there are MILLIONS of voters who despise everything about this bill and than when elections occur this coming year, vote these people OUT!
Originally posted at Examiner.com © Jesse Mathewson