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Poll: How Is Obamacare ‘Treating’ You So Far?

Posted by Larry Doyle on October 4th, 2013 7:16 AM |

Well, with Uncle Sam not open for business again today, we can forget about the monthly employment report that is released the first Friday of every month.

But let’s redirect our focus for the moment. The roll out of Obamacare this week has generated a slew of reports from both ends of the political spectrum and their respective media accomplices. What is to be believed?

Is the inability to access the healthcare websites in many states a function of overwhelming interest by people looking to sign up or an inoperable system that is just another example of a dysfunctional government run wild? (more…)

Obamacare: 12 “Scary” Assessments

Posted by Larry Doyle on April 15th, 2013 9:32 AM |

How is Obamacare treating you so far?

Are you experiencing any of the maladies highlighted in a recent review by Investor Business Daily that projects that Obamascare will lead to the following:

1. Boost insurance costs.

2. Push millions off employer coverage: In February, the Congressional Budget Office said that 7 million will likely lose their employer coverage thanks to ObamaCare — nearly twice its previous estimate. That number could be as high as 20 million, the CBO says.

3.Cause premiums to skyrocket:  (more…)

How Will Your Company Handle Obamacare?

Posted by Larry Doyle on June 8th, 2011 5:57 AM |

What issue in our nation generates the strongest personal reaction?

1. Economy
2. Education
3. Deficit
4. Healthcare
5. Employment

While my poll is entirely unscientific and my answer is my own opinion, I STRONGLY believe that the topic of healthcare generates the strongest reaction of any issue facing our nation. Why? It’s personal nature, that is, “if you do not have your health, then what else really matters”?  (more…)






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