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A chart has been created to illustrate how the House Healthcare plan will affect our government. It is absolutely incredible to wend your way through this flow chart.
Jamie Dupree has the link so we can download the entire chart. I recommend that you do. You really have to see what this Congress of Evil has planned. http://docs.house.gov/gopleader/House-Democrats-Health-Plan.pdf
Jamie describes it:
It shows the flow between consumers and the various entities that would be set up under this plan, with arrows in multiple colors pointing to big boxes, circles, squares, octagons, rectangles, triangles and more.
There are boxes for “Federal Mandates for Website Design (I didn’t find that one in the actual bill), “Accountable Care Organization,” “Office of Minority Health,” and on and on…
As I said, you really need to see this chart to believe it. They have provisions for things like ‘Cultural and Linguistic Competence Training’, ‘National Priorities for Performance Improvement’, Comparative Effectiveness Research Commission’, and ‘Advisory Committee on Health Workforce & Evaluation’.
What this looks like to me, is a whole lot of money (that they don’t have) to pass around to more committees and power-monger groups. It is more hands in more pockets and ineffective government money pits.
Once again, the word is, LET YOUR REPRESENTATIVES KNOW that you are onto them. You WILL hold them accountable. It is not too late yet. Do not sit there with that glazed look in your eyes saying “what can I do about it?” You KNOW what you can do about it, because we have been telling you for weeks what you can do about it. Now it is time to DO it!
WE THE PEOPLE HAVE HAD IT. Now we need to give it to them.
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