Last Sunday the SF Examiner had a couple
of Obamacare op-eds mostly con. However,
they did not come out directly against Obamacare
and its massive costs and bureacracy. I did. In
todays Sunday SF Examiner they ran the LTE.
Why the 1 week delay who knows but it still
ran which is what counts.
The LTE was shortened by one sentence and I
wonder why - here it is - you decide if it should
have been left in or out - editorial space needs
or too raw? It was the lead sentence of the
Mandating a massive Obamacare red tape
ridden bureaucracy run by penny pinching
Obamanistas rationing healthcare costing
a trillion dollars is Obamunism.
To read how to solve the healthcare crisis see this
op ed I wrote for the CALP Libertarian Perspective
which was also re-printed in several California
newspapers. The lead paragraph says it all about
healthcare costs from yesterday to today.
Ron Getty - SF Libertarian
Hostis res Publica
Morte ai Tiranni
Dum Spiro, Pugno
"Sick of Obamacare "
Your July 12 editorial’s nebulous figure of 44 million
uninsured Americans is wacky. U.S. Census uninsured
figures include 10 million illegal aliens. And 25 percent
of the uninsured can afford insurance but don’t buy it.
Individuals between jobs are included. Millions are
covered by Medicaid, Medicare and other
government programs. The net result is about 6 to 8
million Americans uninsured out of 300 million.
Obamacare doesn’t even account for sham claims like
the $30 billion in fraudulent Medicare costs. Massachusetts’
mandated health insurance overwhelmed doctors
with patients. With Baby Boomer medical personnel
retiring, are there enough doctors to provide Obamacare?
Obamacare would become our de facto doctor,
deciding what medical care we get while emptying
our wallets and making us stand in line.
No thank you.
– Ron Getty, Vice Chair, Libertarian Party ,San Francisco