For you van Gogh listeners that think we right-wingers are making things up about HR 3200, the written word says it all. So let’s look at the bill and see who is lying and who is telling the truth. Hint: Obama, Reid, Dodd, Pelosi are lying about what is in the bill. Don’t take my word for it. What is in the Health Care Reform Bill? Read it and find out!

Here is a link to a PDF of the 1017 page bill. As this bill dies a slow death, there is another being born in the Senate.

http://energycommerce.house.gov/Press_111/20090714/aahca.pdf




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Page 30 Sec 123 of HC bill – THERE WILL BE A GOVT COMMITTEE that decides what treatments/benefits you get.

11 SEC. 123. HEALTH BENEFITS ADVISORY COMMITTEE.
12 (a) ESTABLISHMENT.—
13 (1) IN GENERAL.—There is established a pri
14 vate-public advisory committee which shall be a
15 panel of medical and other experts to be known as
16 the Health Benefits Advisory Committee to rec
17 ommend covered benefits and essential, enhanced,
18 and premium plans.

Page 42 of HC Bill: The Health Choices Commissioner will choose your HC Benefits for you. You have no choice!

3 SEC. 142. DUTIES AND AUTHORITY OF COMMISSIONER.
4 (a) DUTIES.—The Commissioner is responsible for
5 carrying out the following functions under this division:
6 (1) QUALIFIED PLAN STANDARDS.—The estab
7 lishment of qualified health benefits plan standards
8 under this title, including the enforcement of such
9 standards in coordination with State insurance regu
10 lators and the Secretaries of Labor and the Treas
11 ury.
12 (2) HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE.—The es
13 tablishment and operation of a Health Insurance
14 Exchange under subtitle A of title II.
15 (3) INDIVIDUAL AFFORDABILITY CREDITS.—
16 The administration of individual affordability credits
17 under subtitle C of title II, including determination
18 of eligibility for such credits.

Page 50-51 Section 152 in HC bill: HC will be provided to ALL non US citizens, illegal or otherwise

21 SEC. 152. PROHIBITING DISCRIMINATION IN HEALTH CARE.
22 (a) IN GENERAL.—Except as otherwise explicitly per
23 mitted by this Act and by subsequent regulations con
24 sistent with this Act, all health care and related services
25 including insurance coverage and public health activities)

1 covered by this Act shall be provided without regard to
2 personal characteristics extraneous to the provision of
3 high quality health care or related services.
4 (b) IMPLEMENTATION.—To implement the require
5 ment set forth in subsection (a), the Secretary of Health
6 and Human Services shall, not later than 18 months after
7 the date of the enactment of this Act, promulgate such
8 regulations as are necessary or appropriate to insure that
9 all health care and related services (including insurance
10 coverage and public health activities) covered by this Act
11 are provided (whether directly or through contractual, li
12 censing, or other arrangements) without regard to per
13 sonal characteristics extraneous to the provision of high
14 quality health care or related services.

Page 85 Line 7 HC Bill: Specifications for of Benefit Levels for Plans = The Govt will ration your Healthcare!

7 (c) SPECIFICATION OF BENEFIT LEVELS FOR
8 PLANS.—
9 (1) IN GENERAL.—The Commissioner shall es
10 tablish the following standards consistent with this
11 subsection and title I:
12 (A) BASIC, ENHANCED, AND PREMIUM
13 PLANS.—Standards for 3 levels of Exchange
14 participating health benefits plans: basic, en
15 hanced, and premium (in this division referred
16 to as a ‘‘basic plan’’, ‘‘enhanced plan’’, and
17 ‘‘premium plan’’, respectively).
18 (B) PREMIUM-PLUS PLAN BENEFITS.—
19 Standards for additional benefits that may be
20 offered, consistent with this subsection and sub
21 title C of title I, under a premium plan (such
22 a plan with additional benefits referred to in
23 this division as a ‘‘premium-plus plan’’).
24 (2) BASIC PLAN.—

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1 (A) IN GENERAL.—A basic plan shall offer
2 the essential benefits package required under
3 title I for a qualified health benefits plan.
4 (B) TIERED COST-SHARING FOR AFFORD
5 ABLE CREDIT ELIGIBLE INDIVIDUALS.—In the
6 case of an affordable credit eligible individual
7 (as defined in section 242(a)(1)) enrolled in an
8 Exchange-participating health benefits plan, the
9 benefits under a basic plan are modified to pro
10 vide for the reduced cost-sharing for the income
11 tier applicable to the individual under section
12 244(c).
13 (3) ENHANCED PLAN.—A enhanced plan shall
14 offer, in addition to the level of benefits under the
15 basic plan, a lower level of cost-sharing as provided
16 under title I consistent with section 123(b)(5)(A).
17 4) PREMIUM PLAN.—A premium plan shall
18 offer, in addition to the level of benefits under the
19 basic plan, a lower level of cost-sharing as provided
20 under title I consistent with section 123(b)(5)(B).
21 (5) PREMIUM-PLUS PLAN.—A premium-plus
22 plan is a premium plan that also provides additional
23 benefits, such as adult oral health and vision care,
24 approved by the Commissioner. The portion of the

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1 premium that is attributable to such additional ben
2 efits shall be separately specified.
3 (6) RANGE OF PERMISSIBLE VARIATION IN
4 COST-SHARING.—The Commissioner shall establish a
5 permissible range of variation of cost-sharing for
6 basic, enhanced, and premium plan, except with
7 respect to any benefit for which there is no cost
8 ermitted under the essential benefits package.
9 Such variation shall permit a variation of not
10 more than plus (or minus) 10 percent in cost-sharing
11 with respect to each benefit category specified
12 under section 122.

Page 59 HC Bill lines 21-24: Govt will have direct access to your banks accounts for elective funds transfer.

21 (C) enable electronic funds transfers, in
22 order to allow automated reconciliation with the
23 related health care payment and remittance advice;

Anytime the government says the cost is only $X amount, it will really be $Y amount times 1000. How many times have we heard politicians say if elected they will fight to reduce cost, remove the corruption and restore trust with the American people? I am still waiting for that.

I encourage you read the bill. The truth is there in the bill. Remember that congress always adds portions to bill that we never know about until it is law.

Finally, it is none of the government’s business what we eat, what vices we have or the condition of our health. This bill is not about health. It is about power over us and dictating what we can and can’t do. What is in the Health Care Reform Bill? Read it and find out!





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I can’t listen to this song without it bringing tears in my eyes.

We are America, home of freedom. This bill takes away all freedom. Not all at once, but little by little until we have no one that remembers what freedom is.