Health care Held Hostage
Day 29 at Supreme Court
Today marks the 29th day the Supreme Court has started deliberating whether to total the most important US health care legislation since FDR. Actually, they may have decided already, but leave the rest of us wondering till June. Sometime in June we’ll find out whether Scalia really meant what he said, to let my uninsurable relatives lie there in the street.
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If Obamacare goes down, what’s next? There’s always Paul Ryan’s new plan for “able-bodied people.” And don’t forget churches. Our churches try, but honestly I don’t know where my church is supposed to come up with the funds for cancer or hip replacements; I just don’t see that much change in the collection plate. Maybe we need to join one of those “prosperity gospel” churches where God give you a Lexus. A Lexus might cover a few years of cancer treatments.
Some other folks pondering what’s at stake in June:
Small businesses are wondering if their improvements will be halted.
HIV-positive Americans are wondering what will happen to them.
Even conservative legal scholars support Obamacare.
But if the law is struck down, the highest-income earners will save on their taxes.
And health insurers will save over $1 billion in rebates to consumers and employers.