If You Like Your Lower Income, You Can Keep Your Lower Income

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During his Tuesday remarks at the Clinton Global Initiative, President Obama admitted that his health care law raises taxes:  “So what we did — it’s paid for by a combination of things. We did raise taxes on some things.”

“Some things” is an understatement. Below is just a partial list of Obamacare’s new or higher taxes on Americans:

Americans for Tax Reform : Obama on Obamacare: “We did raise taxes on some things.”

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8 Responses to If You Like Your Lower Income, You Can Keep Your Lower Income

  1. David says:

    Go back to cash and carry and break up the hospital insurance and pharmaceutical cartels. Get rid of reimportation bans on meds. Make hospitals list prices for procedures up front. I make a living in this scam and feel worse than a used car salesman or tabacco distributor. You can get a CT for 500 dollars how pay cash a several centers across the country. Need surgery hernia 3000, gallbladder 5000 roughly your copay. The catch you pay cash upfront. That hip surgery your grandma needs 5000-10000 anywhere else here 100000. Why monpolies and price shifting only one in 10 pays. The latest trend is hospitals hiring all the physicians in town. One place I work charges 250 to walk in the door then 150 to see the Dr., then triple for the ultrasound over the private doctors charged, last year. Wake up folks this is what is causing the deficit spending and it doesn’t matter who is in office. Spending on healthcare by the federal government has skyrocketed from 50B to 850B just since 1980.

  2. gator69 says:

    Can I keep my higher grocery and gas prices too?

  3. David says:

    Also people will say doctors are overpaid. The average Internal med doc makes 125000 a year. For 60 hour days after 12 years of school and 300k of student loans. For 14 years of school and 400k of debt plus even longer hours and more stress a vascular surgeon does about 225000 for 70-80 hours a week. Any takers? The medical field is stressful unappreciated and takes dedication. Unfortunately the insurance companies, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies and government have screwed it up royal and raised the costs while diluting the care. Smart people go into some other field without the headaches. What your left with are people who would be passed over 30 years ago.

    • LOL in Oregon says:

      Picky, picky, picky!
      the “practicing” physicians from the Veterinary School in Peking
           will work for minimum wage!

      After all, we need them for the
          30,000,000 people
      who were “gifted” medical insurance,
      and now, the clueless wonders, actually expect “medical services!”
      …. Bernie and I have a bridge over the Columbia to sell’em, real cheap!

      • gator69 says:

        Bring on the vets!

        “Thanks to advances in veterinary medicine, pets have access to more superior medical care than humans do. Dogs that suffer from arthritis may undergo stem cell regeneration therapy, in which their own autologous (adult) stem cells are harvested from their own fatty tissue and then injected into their joints. The healing benefit is remarkable, as I have witnessed myself with two of my own dogs. Unfortunately, this particular therapy is not yet available for humans in the United States.”

        http://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/2012/08/22/why-our-pets-have-better-healthcare-than-us/

  4. tom0mason says:

    The cost to you, your children, grandchildren, etc….

  5. Robertv says:

    Democrats will never solve the problems Lower Income people have. They need the Lower Income people to vote Democrats. If Democrats would solve the problem Who would vote Democrats ? Who would need Obambi phone?

  6. Andy Oz says:

    “A good speech isn’t one were the PM ( read President) tells the truth, but one where no-one can prove that he lied” – Sir Humphrey Appleby in Yes Minister.

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