We were treated to some very bad news last week: “About 636,000 veterans across the country have VA medical appointments that are at least a month past when they wanted to be seen, and 40,000 have been waiting for four months to see a doctor.” Those numbers came from Sen. Bernie Sanders, […]
Politicians that extol the virtues of public schools send their own kids to private schools, so it should surprise no one that many of those who extol the virtues of Obamacare refuse to take ACA plans and Medicaid. They do, of course, carve out time for the “important people”. Who does the government consider to be the “important people”? Not you, pal.
A ruling is due this week that may have dramatic impact on ACA premium subsidies and force the administration to do what it should have done all along: work with Congress to replace the law instead of relying on a “pen and a phone” to patch it with illegal executive orders.
You can’t sue them and in most cases you can’t fire them. But if government officials and bureaucrats aren’t telling the truth about waiting times, costs, treatments, and fraud in the VA, what makes us think they’ll tell us the truth about Obamacare results.
Betsy McCaughey proposes a sensible solution to the VA Hospital crisis that begins with patient-based coverage built around choice. These are the principles around which every American’s health care should be based.