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Dictatorship Is Beginning:Forcing Doctors To Accept Medicare And Medicaid Patients
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Quote:I knew once this door was open there would be no end to this BLACK hole and …. so it begins.

Democrat delegate candidate Kathleen Murphy said that since many doctors are not accepting medicaid and medicare patients, she advocates making it a legal requirement for those people to be accepted.

a Virginia Democrat Calls For Forcing Doctors To Accept Medicare And Medicaid Patients

She also did not recognize there is a shortage of over 45,000 physicians now and that it is forecast to be 90,000 in a few years.


research the “2nd Bill of Rights” that came to life during the FDR era. In it, are the tenets of what the progressive left consider “human rights”, which of course includes a “right” to a job with a “living wage” and a “right” to healthcare. It is a charter of what they believe the government MUST provide to the citizens and defines these provisions as “liberties”.

It is fundamentally a Marxist concept totally removed from the US Constitution as written and intended, which was a strict charter of what government COULD NOT do. This is fundamental Marxism, plain and simple

Of course, when you guarantee one citizen that the government MUST provide them something, you are also guaranteeing that citizen that the government will FORCE another citizen to provide it, in this case, the case of Medicaid, they want to FORCE doctors to perform services for another person against their will supposedly as the other person’s “right”.

Read more at http://investmentwatchblog.com/dictators...EAQDJBF.99
It's the "BILL OF RIGHTS" not the bill of "needs"
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It's been predicted that docs will leave the system to avoid this shit.

I know many here personally within a few years (less than 10 years) on the verge of retirement that may just decide they've had enough and retire early.

What does .gov intend to do? Force them to stay on and provide care at gunpoint? Yeah, let's utilize force on the very people who are best in a position to heal or harm you when you need care. Rolleyes
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i know of one chiropractor who has decided to stop taking all insurance and only take cash. they were doing fine with what the insurance companies were paying so they just cut out the middleman. must be working, they opened another location
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My long time doctor hung up the stethoscope on October 1st. A 40 year veteran doctor of internal medicine says "this new law is going to be bad for everybody", and though capable of continuing his practice, he closed rather than deal with what's coming. The Hippocratic Oath states "first, do no harm", and of course, this law was written by thieves and fools, not doctors and nurses... so...
tolerance for failure meter... LOW
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PA already had one doctors' strike. Guess it's time for another one.
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Ten*K;124155 Wrote:My long time doctor hung up the stethoscope

Mine did also. 30 some years ago. He was an old country doctor that lived in suburbia. The kind that anyone here would love to have today. He wouldn't make house calls but would open the office any time you needed him. He wouldn't expect a mother of a large family to bring every sick kid in when they all had colds or the flu. If you were short on money he wouldn't hound you to death to pay your bill or turn you in to collections over 30 cents like they do today. He didn't play the phama game, he knew what you needed and wrote the script for what was best for you. He did stitches, burned off warts or anything else that Dr's today pass off to a specialist.
I don't know what changed years ago. I do remember him quitting over some change in regulations.
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Those "country doctor" GPs pretty much got screwed over by the insurance companies on the HMO/PPO model starting in the 90's.

Then again, the newer breed of doctor, especially specialists, seem to have an unbelievable "entitlement" mentality. They seem to feel they're entitled to an income of $500K to $1M per annum due to the amount of education they've "endured."

It's hard for me to work up too much sympathy for them, or their "union," the AMA, which makes the NRA seem impotent by comparison when it comes to lobbying and political contributions.

You know what? If a doc wants to be exempt from accepting Medicaid and (especially) Medicare for payment, then I don't want them to have accepted any sort of public assistance in getting their million buck plus education. No public money grants, no federally-guaranteed student loans, nothing.
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gascolator;124227 Wrote:You know what? If a doc wants to be exempt from accepting Medicaid and (especially) Medicare for payment, then I don't want them to have accepted any sort of public assistance in getting their million buck plus education. No public money grants, no federally-guaranteed student loans, nothing.

Why? Anyone else who qualifies for financial aid or federal student loans is not forced to work for the government or contribute anything other than taxes to pay for the educational benefits of those who come afterwards, why should they be forced and required to spend the rest of their lives participating in a program that they may object to?

We do not have a society where accepting government aid or assistance which is available to all requires transferring absolute and total control to to said government for the rest of our lives, working or otherwise. Nor should we ever institute policies that would result in the same.

The government got the return on investment when those students paid back the interest on their student loans. THAT was the deal. Eternal loyalty to the government machine should NEVER be on the table.
Vampire pig man since September 2012
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Camper;124232 Wrote:The government got the return on investment when those students paid back the interest on their student loans. THAT was the deal. Eternal loyalty to the government machine should NEVER be on the table.

The government shouldn't be in the business of guaranteeing loans to any private entity.
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streaker69;124236 Wrote:The government shouldn't be in the business of guaranteeing loans to any private entity.

In most cases I agree, but in this instance I believe it is the exception.

First, the government gets its money back. Student loans are not bankrupt-able and the money will (nearly) always be collected back.

Second, it is of great benefit to the nation as a whole to have a highly educated population, or at least have education available to its citizens. The more (and better) educated a population, the more advanced society becomes and the higher quality of life for everyone.

Third, since the loans are guaranteed and 1 above is the ultimate caveat, the risk is low and very few people are turned away, preventing a group or class of people from being denied a secondary education for whatever reason a private bank might refuse.

I've read some stories that the federal student loan program runs in the red, and if so then it needs to be adjusted. Of course, that's a political hot-button issue on either end, so where the truth is needs to be determined, and if it IS in the red interest rates should rise or other corrections need to be made to ensure that it does not cost the taxpayers money.
Vampire pig man since September 2012
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