Obama Health Law: What It Says and How to Overturn It

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The fight against ObamaCare is just beginning. The new health law, signed on March 23, 2010, destroys our constitutional rights. For the first time in history, the federal government will dictate how doctors treat their privately insured patients. That will affect you, no matter what brand-name health plan you have. Worse, some hospitals will stop taking Medicare. Where will seniors go?

Advocates for women’s rights need to reassess ObamaCare. ...

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Overview


The fight against ObamaCare is just beginning. The new health law, signed on March 23, 2010, destroys our constitutional rights. For the first time in history, the federal government will dictate how doctors treat their privately insured patients. That will affect you, no matter what brand-name health plan you have. Worse, some hospitals will stop taking Medicare. Where will seniors go?

Advocates for women’s rights need to reassess ObamaCare. Whether you are a man or a woman, pro-choice or pro-life, you lose freedom and privacy.

In 1994, Betsy McCaughey read the 1,362-page Clinton health bill, warned the nation of its dangers, and made history. In this eye-opening Broadside, she dissects the 2,700-page health legislation, shows how it will affect you and your family, and presents a battle plan to overturn it. “We cannot falter now,” McCaughey says. “With the Constitution on our side, freedom will prevail.”

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781594035067
  • Publisher: Encounter Books
  • Publication date: 6/22/2010
  • Series: Encounter Broadsides Series
  • Pages: 53
  • Sales rank: 400,337
  • Product dimensions: 6.70 (w) x 4.60 (h) x 0.20 (d)

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Betsy McCaughey: Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D., is a patient advocate and founder of the Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths, a nationwide campaign to stop hospital infections. In 1994, she read the 1,362 page Clinton health bill, warned the nation of the dangers, and made history. In this broadside, she dissects the Obama health law, tells you how it will affect your family, and presents a citizens’ battle plan to overturn it. McCaughey is a constitutional scholar, author of two histories of the U.S. Constitution, and a former Lt. Governor of New York State. Reach her at defendyourhealthcare.us
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  • Posted January 16, 2013

    This screed would be amusing were it not so insidiously damaging

    This screed would be amusing were it not so insidiously damaging to the general health.  Read this book if you are rich; it is aimed at you. If you are poor, elderly, uninsured or sick, read this book only to know your enemy. There is no information in there for us, only propaganda. Despite Ms. McCaughey's impressive academic credentials, her employers tell another story. She brags about working for the Manhattan and Hudson Institutes, two of the most rabid conservative organizations in the country. This background informs every position put forth in the book.
    I cannot in good conscious recommend this book.
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  • Posted November 21, 2012

    Informative.

    Puts forth needed information.

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