I will not comply, continued

In the vein of “I will not comply,” Resisting Obamacare, Ghandi-style

President Barack Obama came into office promising hope and change. But he might get more change than he hoped for. By foisting ObamaCare on a deeply unwilling country he might have set the stage for the largest civil disobedience movement since the civil rights era, which, if it plays its cards right, could undo his legislation and his legacy. 

An especially astute section echoing my sentiments the past few days re Romney daring show his face or calling for repeal: 

… opponents of ObamaCare cannot–cannot–let Mitt Romney come within sniffing distance of their cause. He is trying to position himself at the forefront of the Repeal ObamaCare movement to further his presidential ambitions. But he couldn’t be a worse spokesman given that as governor he was responsible for implementing a universal coverage program in the Bay State that is identical in every essential respect to ObamaCare, including the individual mandate. He has to be banished from every anti-ObamaCare panel, podium and platform lest the movement be accused of partisanship and hypocrisy. 

More on Romney here. H/T: Memeorandum

Proof that Democrats Socialists didn’t read the bill: Oops.  Democrats didn’t cover pre-existing conditions for children.  ROTFLMAO.  Pogues. 

Proof that Democrats Socialists didn’t read the bill: so many errors, a new House vote in order.  

Why are they shocked at backlash?  55% favor repealMost want GOP to keep fighting.  

CBS poll finds majority want GOP to toughen up and grow a pair. That would be you, Sen Kyl. And you, Sen. Enzi. And you, Sen. Cornyn.

 

Letter from a doctor who will not comply

For this reason, I am responding to the situation created by this new law by exercising my right not to participate in any health insurance program. I will still provide you with the same medical services that I always have, but the interaction will be exclusively and privately between you and me. This means that I will provide you only with a receipt for the services you have paid for, but without the additional information that is required to submit your receipt for reimbursement to your health insurance company. That is the only way I can make sure there will be no conflict between following the law and serving you. Because the law is now in effect, so must these changes be to my practice. 
  

First it was Caterpillar.  Then Verizon.  Welcome to Hopenchange, fellas.  Companies warn of rising costs as a direct result of legislation.  Too tired of this to insert appropriate cynical observations about our Socialist President’s agenda and his lies.  Guess who gets the shaft?  Retirees.  Yup.  And with those Medicare cuts, it’s going to get ugly quick.

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2 Responses

  1. […] I will not comply, continued […]

  2. He is entitled to his own decisions in dealing with his patients but such an act seems to be very egocentric. Such resistance may bring an unhealthy relationship between the patient and the doctor. Sometimes we have to learn that there are worthier ideals to keep such as altruism, and selfless service for others.

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