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Decoding the Obama Health Law: What You Need To Know

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Published 2012
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David Rice
Please note that this book is about 90% false and 100% partisan spin

Out of about 180 assertions made by the writers of this booklet, I found only sixteen that are true: the rest are false to varying degrees, from 100% false to not completely correct. Worse yet, the writers did not address several parts of the Affordable Care Act, completely ignoring them, which I also count as "lies by omission." I will mention a few of the lies here, and a few topics the writers left out.

First off I should poin
Dean Akin
Devastating. No one in there right mind could believe that this bureaucratic monstrosity will ever work. It is clearly designed to collapse the system so a socialized model can be implemented. There are many Obama mentors and handlers that have already admitted that this is the real motive behind the healthcare bill anyway. The book makes no judgements on the motives of the backers of the plan, it simply states the facts as outlined in the bill. The author does offer some reforms as an alternati ...more
With the 2,700-page monstrosity known as The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) becoming a reality, books like Betsy McCaughey's "Decoding the Obama Health Law" have become a necessity for those of us who don't speak legalese. To illustrate the complexity issue, she begins the book with a passage from the PPACA that is incomprehensible:

"1) Subparagraph (B) of section 6724(d)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (relating to definitions), as amended by Section 1502, is amended
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