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New Health Care Bill Facts: Pros and Cons of New Health Care Reform Bill Explained

March 24, 2010 by · 24 Comments 

The decades of debate over the issue of health care did not end when the new Health Care Reform Bill was passed into law. Even with its passage in the House of Representatives, different people have their own views on this new Health Care Reform Bill. In fact, 34 Democrats who supposedly voted for a ‘yes’, instead voted for a ‘no’ in the final vote results.

Every bill or law has its own pros and cons. It may be beneficial for others but it may also be detrimental for some. With different views about its good and bad effects, people must aim for the “lesser evil” for the betterment of the majority of Americans. With the passage of this new Health Care Reform Bill, do you think that the pros outnumber the cons?

Obama explained in its signing ceremony at the White House that “this legislation will not fix everything that ails our health care system, but it moves us decisively in the right direction. This is what change looks like.” Having known Obama for its political campaign “Yes we can”, will the passage of this new Health Care Reform Bill be the neccessary change that Americans need?

Will this $940 billion new Health Care Reform Bill be beneficial to the majority of Americans? Let’s try to get straight to some of the facts as we try to explain the pros and cons of this new Health Care Reform Bill:

New Health Care Bill Facts – The PROS:

1. Probably the most beneficial fact that this new Health Care Reform Bill brings is that pre-existing conditions are now banned and abolished among health insurance contracts.

2. In addition, with the passage of this new Health Care Reform Bill, the sum insured or limited caps among health insurance contracts will be abolished and banned.

3. Extension of parents’ health insurance to their children who are young adults will rise up to the age of 27. This means more and more young adults will get beneficial health insurance coverage from their parents’ coverage until they reached the age of 27.

4. Small businesses with fewer than 50 employees will get subsidies in the form of tax credits to help cover the health insurance premiums of their employees.

5. The passage of this new Health Care Reform Bill is beneficial to drug and biotech companies since they will suddenly have additional tens of millions more insured customers who can afford their expensive medicines.

New Health Care Bill Facts – The CONS:

1. If you are young and healthy individual and want to pay for health insurance that reflects that status, you’ll now have to shoulder and pay for health insurance premiums that cover not only you but also for people who are unhealthy – the guy who smokes three packs a day, the guy who drinks a gallon of whiskey etc.

That’s because health insurance companies will no longer be able to underwrite on the basis of a person’s health status.

2. If you are geared towards aestethics and would want to go for cosmetic surgery, you will to pay an additional 5% tax on the cost of the procedure with the passage of this new Health Care Reform Bill.

3. As the new Health Care Reform Bill promises to benefit millions of poor American individuals, the rich and wealthy Americans get affected. Under this new Health Care Reform Bill, there’s a 0.9% increase in Medicare payroll taxes for Americans who earn more than $200,000 annually individually and $250,000 for couples.

That amount will rise to a 3.8% tax if reconciliation passes. It will also apply to investment income, estates, and trusts.

4. To minimize costs, young and healthy American individuals before can decide not to avail health insurance and instead use their funds to start small business. However, with the passage of this new Health Care Reform Bill, if they decided not to avail it, they have to pay $750 annually.

5. Under this new Health Care Reform Bill, Americans must buy a health insurance policy that covers “ambulatory patient services, emergency services, hospitalization, maternity and newborn care, mental health and substance use disorder services, including behavioral health treatment; prescription drugs; rehabilitative and habilitative services and devices; laboratory services; preventive and wellness services; chronic disease management; and pediatric services, including oral and vision care.”

They no longer have the luxury to choose which particular coverage the policy covers for a less premium. What if you’re a single guy without children? Still, your health insurance policy must have pediatric services coverage. What if you’re a woman who can’t have a baby? Still, your health insurance policy must have maternity services.

Here are some more facts about this new Health Care Bill on government extractions:

1. The US government will extract a fee of $2.3 billion annually from the pharmaceutical industry. If you are a pharmaceutical company what you will pay depends on the ratio of the number of brand-name drugs you sell to the total number of brand-name drugs sold in the U.S. So, if you sell 10% of the brand-name drugs in the U.S., what you pay will be 10% multiplied by $2.3 billion, or $230,000,000. (Under reconciliation, it starts at $2.55 billion, jumps to $3 billion in 2012, then to $3.5 billion in 2017 and $4.2 billion in 2018, before settling at $2.8 billion in 2019.

2. The US government will extract a fee of $2 billion annually from medical device makers. If you are a medical device maker what you will pay depends on your share of medical device sales in the U.S. So, if you sell 10% of the medical devices in the U.S., what you pay will be 10% multiplied by $2 billion, or $200,000,000.

3. The US government will extract a fee of $6.7 billion annually from insurance companies. If you are an insurer, what you will pay depends on your share of net premiums plus 200% of your administrative costs. So, if your net premiums and administrative costs are equal to 10% of the total, you will pay 10% of $6.7 billion, or $670,000,000. In the reconciliation bill, the fee will start at $8 billion in 2014, $11.3 billion in 2015, $1.9 billion in 2017, and $14.3 billion in 2018.

What do you think of this new Health Care Bill? Is it really beneficial to the “majority” of the Americans? Will it be beneficial in the long run?

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24 Responses to “New Health Care Bill Facts: Pros and Cons of New Health Care Reform Bill Explained”
  1. Linda Boyce says:

    I am 62 years old this year with no income of my own. I live with my boyfriend who supports me 100%, however I cannot be added to his health plan. When is the mandatory Health Insurance going into effect, and how do I go about requesting financial assistance?

  2. cody salazar says:

    you see i approve and disapprove of the health care reform
    the reason why i approve of it is because i hve a longer extension of
    health care coverage
    the reason why i disapprove is beacuse it does not benefit seniors
    so
    yeah ?

  3. Tina says:

    I agree with somethings in this for example the pre-existing clauses, but as a woman who has had a hysterectomy and can no longer have children I feel I should not be REQUIRED to purchase maternity/newborn care services in my health insurance as this will NEVER be an option again…it’s not like having your tubes tied and can reverse the procedure…THERE IS NOTHING THERE to cause the condition any longer so I DO NOT AGREE with this

  4. breanne says:

    what this ad forgot to mention is that for the first 10 years it will cost 100 billion every year the same price yearly as the iraq war our ecomony is already folding can we really afford or survive another 10 years of this? the iraq war has been going on since 2003 its 7 years into it and were at the brink of complete ecomonic loss so to add 10 years plus the continuing war that will never end I dont think us americans can survive this ppl have already lost their jobs, houses, surving on the goverment for food stamps and state assistance were obviously not made of money we need to start making jobs and stop spending so much for us to survive its a good idea but at a bad time mabe once we recover from this war then do the health care reform but not now plus less and less ppl are going into the doctor field and their will be more of a mass of ppl to take care of with less doctors b/c they are getting jipped aswell

  5. angry one says:

    i might as well quit my job and everything so i can have government assistance and have my rich friends pay for all my health insurance…

  6. Brian B says:

    After reading this I feel like I need to take a shower! When will we American’s elect these idiots out of office? It seems to me the only group benefiting are the insurance companies (once again) and like the person above me just stated, I would be better served if I just quit my job and let the rest of the “suckers” take care of me. I do agree with the pre-existing illness clause but to a degree, I wouldn’t consider cirrhosis of the liver or mental problems caused by drug abuse a legitimate candidate. How can this country ever recover if we keep digging this hole deeper and deeper? It’s time to tighten the money belt and kick anyone capable of working in the butt and make them work… that means cutting off the welfare tap!! I don’t care if it’s picking up trash on the side of the street. And if you are one of those American’s who this applies to, don’t get mad at me, get mad at mommy or daddy who didn’t bother to instill any pride into you. Pick yourself up, get some gumption and contribute. You’ll not only help out this country, but you’ll be able to look yourself in the mirror.

    • Caitlin says:

      I am shocked at what you said. I am 17 and live in a small apartment with my 16 year old sister and my mom. We have always been poor. My mom has had to work two full time jobs to allow us to rent the apartment, buy clothes, and buy food. Right now, she is getting Work Study at the local university as she is attending college to finally get her degree. If it was not for Welfare, we would not be able to afford healthy food and my mom’s college education. We would not be able to afford the lunch at our high school. It is sad to see people like you who say “down with Welfare, make everyone work because they obviously can!” My mom was a Republican before she was pregnant and her family disowned her. Completely conservative. When she discovered how difficult it is to raise a child on her own, she turned Democrat. Welfare has provided me and my family stability. NO ONE is proud to be on welfare. NO ONE. That’s why we are trying to improve our finances, etc. DO NOT say anything until you know both sides well. Because I am on Welfare, I also qualify for many scholarships and financial need programs for college, in which I will use to get me on my feet so I could get my P.HD.

      Regarding the Healthcare Bill created my President Obama, I am completely for it. My mom had breast and Uteron cancer recently…it was taken care of, although the bills are highly expensive, and no medical insurance plan will accept her because of her pre-existing condition. I wish it would go through, so we can all have health care, not only the ones who can afford it. It is one law in which would change America for the greater good. Other countries look at us like we are crazy, as everyone’s health insurance is already paid for, and you get what attention you need.

      I am sick and tired of hearing people, no matter their financial background, stating that the homeless or poor should actually do something with their lives. Actually work. You know what? The hell with all of you! If I was wealthy, I would be proud to be giving a little tax amount for children, elderly, mentally challenged, and parents who do not have the benefits I do to gain health insurance. We are all human. We should work together.

      If any of you have a “problem” with the poor or homeless, the teenagers who are pregnant, or people who have their lives taken over by substance abuse, do something about it! Don’t just sit here drinking a soda or wine and say “They should really help themselves.” If you do not want to pay increased taxes or whatever, volunteer at shelters and programs to help the people who need it. Help them. That’s all you have to do. I am in Welfare, and yet I volunteer at the local homeless shelters.

      I hope this country changes. I really hope it does.

    • Sue says:

      Caitlin, you are a very smart young lady, and I applaud you, your mother, and your sister for your commitment to improve your lives. You are right, unless you have been “there”, you really don’t understand. Recently, my family has had to use food stamps and medicaid due to lack of employment. It wasn’t because we “wanted to use the system”. We were one of those families that has never had to ask for anything. Times may have been tight now and then, but we always had jobs, a home, health insurance, food, and clothing. Unfortunately, it only take a few to give something a bad reputation, and people who “have it all” seem to feed on those stories and lump everyone into the same category. You are absolutely correct in saying that we all need to work together and help those who “have not”. Not only will it help our country grow stronger, it will make us all better people in the long run.
      Keep the faith and best of luck to you and your family!

  7. thank you very much.
    I find PRO 4 cancels out CON 4. As long as you have “fewer than 50 employees” you will get subsidies in some way.

    So, I hope entrepreneurs will not find this bill very prohibiting.

    EthicMinds
    george

  8. ThrilG says:

    AMEN, Brian. The US have people who have been on WELFARE for almost 5 generations. WELFARE! I had someone tell me the other day that it was Assistance, because WELFARE has a negative connotation. Assistance gets you on your feet. WELFARE keeps you dependant and is obviously for many generations. WELFARE gets you votes next election because the recipient is dependant on you to give what they are unwilling to get for themselves.
    I am all for helping the elderly and the disabled. I am for HELPING the poor. I am not for helping a 25 year old healthy person pay their cell phone and new ride. I am a physician and have patients come in with iPhones and flashing their medicaid card. They refuse to pay the co-pay of a whopping $3 but can have a $100 cell phone plan. The reason I bring WELFARE into the healthcare debate is exactly what the comments above suggest. Why work? If everyone is riding the cart, who is pulling?
    The “RICH” pay over 80% of all taxes across the board. The rich usually own the businesses that pay the payroll for the working class. The rich share the wealth through job creation while making money for themselves. That is the American Dream. If I were a multimillionaire and set for life, why would I continue a business to be taxed to death? Why would I invest in new jobs without a return? Why would I not just take my money, close the doors and let the government fend for what they have created?
    Our Congress is worried about healthcare when unemployment is out of control. No one who is employed is buying because they may be unemployed next week, and they are wanting to increase taxes? Increase your payroll deductions while the GDP is taking a nosedive?
    It is pathetic.

  9. Army Guy says:

    I’ve read all the comments that were left on here. I would have to agree with you all. Although I think the bill is beneficial to most Americans. I think that the idea of the rich covering for the ones that are capable of supporting themselves, but make a living off the state, is ridiculous. I mean I am not one of the wealthy, but I am pretty well off. And the thought of someone having health insurance for free, but can have an iPhone, or high end automoblie pisses me off. I like countless others work hard for the things that we have and provide to our families. For someone that is a “5th Generation” welfare recipient to live off of us is unacceptable. As for some of the clauses like having to purchase maternity or peadtric coverage for those that it doesn’t apply to isn’t right. It should be an add-on for when the time comes. So I am for the reform, but it needs to be re-looked at

  10. Kate L says:

    Taxation with poor representation! One side has ignored the issue for so long that now the other side wants to cram down our throats something that poses a fiscal nightmare for generations to come. When will we take it back to the people and focus on the problems creating the failure of the system – those who don’t pay, those who overcharge, those who care little for themselves, those who are greedy? Until we work on these elements, there’s no hope for anything that offers our children a secure future, physically and fiscally.

  11. Ellsbells says:

    I think the pros of this bill make it worth it. I’ve hardly seen a plan that doesn’t include maternity or pediatrics unless it is only for emergency purposes and those plans don’t promote preventative care anyway. To say that people won’t work to just get Medicaid is the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. Most people don’t purposely stay unemployed in order to collect welfare. That life is just too miserable. I plan to keep working to pay for my PPO plan, see the doctors I want, take my vacations, enjoy my life, and hey why not help someone less fortunate in the process instead of being selfish and watching people go without healthcare. A lot of the people who are uninsured are the WORKING POOR. The unworking poor already have access to government programs for the most part. I remember going through college uninsured because of the age limitations and having to utilize emergency room services I couldn’t pay for. Having insurance would have saved money for everyone.

  12. Rebstarr says:

    To Cody Salazar: It will benefit seniors. It immediately closes the Medicare prescription doughnut hole. Now seniors don’t have to worry that the meds they need are going to quickly push them into that level of no drug coverage for the rest of the year. It also eliminates pre-existing conditions. Seniors generally have the most health problems, and now they won’t have to worry that their health problems will prevent them from getting the coverage they want and need. Also, their insurers will not be able to drop them when they develop new health conditions, like being diagnosed with diabetes or heart disease, etc.

  13. Norris Hall says:

    I like the provision that requires every american to buy health insurance.
    Right now there are a lot of young people who say “I’m healthy, I don’t need insurance”.
    Then they get hit by a bus and wind up in the hospital requiring millions of dollars of expensive hospitalization and surgery.
    When it comes time to pay the bill they say “Sorry, I don’t have insurance”
    And walk out the door leaving the rest of us who are responsible to pick up the tab for them.
    These guys who say “I don’t need health insurance” are like people who play Russian roulette. The chances are they are right…but when they guess wrong they become OUR problem.

    Now if we had a law that says “If someone gets hit by a bus and they don’t have health insurance…send them home in a taxi”…OK, let’s not make everyone get insurance.

    But NO ONE is going to pass a law like that.

    So I feel everyone needs to take responsibility. Either get insurance or pay a into a pool so there’s money to pay for you in case you get hit by a bus.

    People who don’t have insurance and don’t pay their medical bills are like shoplifters. They walk in, take what they want, walk out without paying, and leave the rest of us paying customers to pick up the bill for the stolen item in the form of higher prices. And with a stay in the hospital averaging $8000 a day….that’s not chump change

  14. ThrilG says:

    EllsBells….you live in a dream world. People DO stay unemployed (not saying they don’t make money by other means) to get a check. To get free medical coverage. You want to talk about ignorant…you need to go to the real world and get off you middle class corner. It is a way of life, have babies early and draw your check. It is the ignorance of people like you who do not think this happens that will be the most shocked when all of a sudden their are MANY, MANY working class people that say to hell with it and give up because it is better for them to quit a day job, draw welfare and get a cash only income to suppliment what welfare lacks.

    And Norris, what about this scenerio? I am young and healthy. I refuse health insurance and pay my $750 fine. One day I am hit by a bus and sustain tremendous injuries. I THEN purchase health insurance because there is no pre-existing clause. What will that do to everyone else’s insurance premiums when I have contributed nothing to the pool and all of a sudden I am going to cost the pool humdreds of thousands of dollars? Now I am disabled and I have no income. The government (e.i. tax payers) will have to pay my premiums. We are going to pay for it one way or the other.

  15. leah b says:

    i WAS a dem, but not i will never vote dem again.

    i work in a hospital and see EVERY SINGLE day of the week for the past 7 years the following.

    Young girls come into the ER or hospital and they are about 20 yrs old and this is their 2nd child at 20. I ask them for a copay and they say these exact words “i left my purse at home”, “i don’t have my wallet”, i don’t have any money or my ILDPA will pay it. Then they pull out the public aid card and they are on their way.

    Now, they don’t have a job because they don’t want to work. When they have scheduled appointments they never come in the morning it is always afternoon so they can go out all night and sleep in during the day.

    Let me stress this, yes people don’t have health care, but they do not get refused medical care. They may have to wait in the ER, but they are taken care of and don’t pay a dime. We have patients who have a bill of $300,000.00 and they haven’t made a payment or they just pay $2.00 or $3.00 for years. They still come into the hospital and get cared for and not pay.

    Who in gods name do you think is going to end up paying all these bills????????????????????? The people that are working. the Rich people can’t pay for hundreds of millions of people because they will not have money. Young people don’t realize that paying for people every second is going to make us broke.

    Why are we being forced this type of government, yet we can’t get a patch on half the female population to stop getting pregnant? Why oh why because you can’t do that to people, yet again the government is forcing EACH ONE OF US TO START ALL BEING EXACTLY ALIKE. THE GOVERNMENT WANTS US ALL TO BE EQUAL TO ALL MAKE $10.00 AN HOUR AND HAVE NO ONE MAKE MORE THAN THE OTHER.

    THIS IS WHAT MY MOTHER WENT THROUGH IN GERMANY UNDER HILTER. SHE SAID THAT WHEN THE SOLIDERS CAME TO TAKE THEM TO WORK, THEY WERE ALL THE SAME. SAME HAIR, SAME CLOTHES AND DID THE EXACT SAME WORK FOR THE EXACT SAME AMOUNT OF FOOD.

    The president says that is not what is going on, but he lies, that is exactly what is going on. The people who get up to work every day can only pay for the rest of the human beings until they no longer have money for their own family.

    Let us not forget the undocumented aliens. In case you don’t know this WE PAY FOR THEM ALSO!

    pay attention to then election in 2012. we need to vote to get the old out and new in.

  16. ThrilG says:

    Leah B
    I feel you. I work part time in a charity hospital and we see each and everybody who walks through the door. They get the same treatment as if they had a cadillac plan. The hospital is financed by donations mainly and the what little reimbursements we receive from medicaid. The fact that people BELIEVE these people are down on their luck shows me exactly why we are in the shape we are in. Some are down and out and need a hand. A hand to stand up again, not to support them and their kids and grandkids (at age 35) forever.
    My sister-in-law became pregnant at 15 years old. She dropped out of school and worked on her GED. She received it all…food stamps, infant food/formula, medicaid. She also applied for, and received, college grants and graduated from a four year institution. She was PAID to go to college. She now works as an internal auditor for a large company. THAT IS GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE! She now is paying back into the system through taxes. It is a great system, in theory. In reality, for every one of her, there are 15 who suck the system for all it has. This new WELFARE HEALTHCARE (because that is what it will become) is only going to magnify the problem.
    But as you see from EllsBells, to many it is the “dumbest thing they ever heard”. That ignorant mindset is what is going to lead to the table to pick up your black boots and go to your government controlled “private” job. Because you are right, Leah, some in our congress want us all equal….them, of course, taken out of the equation like they excluded themselves from this REVOLUTIONARY and WONDERFUL new system. WHY ARE THEY NOT INCLUDED IF IT IS SO GREAT??

  17. ThrilG says:

    Benefits medicare? I wish people with opinions on this matter actually work in healthcare or bother to pick up a newspaper. It will close the donut hole because the government will dictate what scripts you can get(generics only). The government is going to control cost of expanding medicare to cover another million or so people by decreasing medicare reimbursements. DO YOU NOT READ THE PAPERS?? A MAYO CLINIC has stopped seeing medicare patients because it is losing MILLIONS of DOLLARS a year because of poor reimbursements. Yet, the government is going to cut them again? I will be seeing the medicare patients in the charity hospital because doctors are going to decline to see them. Hey, but don’t worry, you will still have your card.

  18. WHAT? says:

    I SAY MASTER CHIEF DID IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  19. MSman13 says:

    Norris Hall
    You say you like this bill because it makes everyone pay for coverage even if they don’t want it. The thing is, this bill does not state where this $750 goes when people deny paying for the mandatory health care. So who is to say that this money will go to them when they are in an emergency. That money, I can guarantee, isn’t going to be set aside for them or anyone else who doesn’t pay for the new health care coverage. It will be used for some other means that the government decides to spend that money on, whether it is for our deficit or used for some new rediculous bill. I say this mandatory health care bill has only one pro to it and that is banning pre-existing conditions…which should be determined viable and not some BS like cirrhosis of the liver because of self-inflicting habits.

  20. I will support Health Care Reform due to what is stated below.

    Individuals or politicians commonly use the constitution as their ethical resource when debating the Health Care Reform bill. Due to what I’m about to share with you, consider the ethics of the individuals stated above.

    Health Care Reform has been an argument in this nation for approximately a century. Therefore, I trust the following will get your attention for it concerns an insurance company that was founded over a century ago by a member of the Moody Family. The American National Insurance company was my employer to include insurer from 1999 to 2006. During 2004 I suffered an intra cranial hemorrhage, seizure, and stroke that first became apparent on Sunday May 23, 2004 when I collapsed while jogging on the beach. I was immediately hospitalized at UTMB. Within approximately 12 hours, a craniotomy was performed on my skull to keep me alive. Comas, rehabilitation, to include reoccurring seizures and impairments for the past 6 years I have endured since almost loosing my life on that day.

    Over the past 6 years ANICO has been stating to me, it’s fellow departments, the Social Security Administration, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and/or the Court House in downtown Houston that on May 24 2004, I requested a medical leave of absence and it was approved. So basically my employer to include insurer has been stating for the past 6 years that I requested a medical leave of absence when I could not mentally or physically request anything and some how they approved it. Please be advised, that when ANICO filed it’s motion for summary judgment in the Disability Discrimination case that I filed, my direct supervisor approximately 5 – 6 years after my craniotomy, decided to change his affidavit after he retired as a President of ANICO. The Honorable Melinda Harmon in the Southern District of Texas Houston Division then found it necessary to dismiss civil action H-07-3776 (my case of disability discrimination).

    Due to what you have just heard in this presentation, include the following as a need for Health Care Reform. I was not just a health and life insurance policyholder with ANICO throughout my employment. I also paid for health insurance policies for my children. How significant do you find it, that the highest priority of my job throughout my employment with ANICO, was to code, create, edit, and store health insurance policies that ANICO sells throughout this nation. I created the format, every letter, every word, and every statement in the health insurance policies that policyholders have or had in their possession to this day. Therefore I did not just represent ANICO, I also represented approximately millions of ANICO policyholders throughout this nation. If ANICO has the ability to do that to me as an employee to include policyholder, what can they possibly do to you as a policyholder. Do you not agree Health Care Reform is an issue our politicians should have addressed a long time ago?

    Republicans, since you continue to argue Health Care Reform, and due to the fact that your understanding of ethics has an impact on this entire nation, consider the following. Put yourself in my shoes. Suffer a craniotomy where you can’t request anything from me, although I’m going to state you did, to you, to the court house, to include multiple departments associated to this government, for I’m your employer to include insurer. Continue to work for approximately 20 months while suffering reoccurring seizures and impairments, but don’t forget the highest priority of your job is to code health insurance policies that I sell throughout this nation. When I terminate you, the social security administration is going to find you fully disabled in approximately 4 months. As you continue to suffer reoccurring seizures and impairments, you are going to have to file a lawsuit against me yourself, for there is no lawyer in Houston Texas that will represent you. If you make it, since I was your employer to include insurer, I’m going to change my affidavits when I file a motion for summary judgment to the honorable judge. In other words, before we go to trial the judge is going to become aware, that you did not request a medical leave of absence, which really doesn’t matter for in today’s judicial system in relation to the insurance industry you’re dismissed!

    Republicans, due to being an honorably discharged corporal of the guard in the United States Marine Corps for a platoon overseas, I believe you understand that one of my highest priorities, concerned the lives of every member of my team. Therefore, I’m going to ask you one final question, relating to your performance in your profession. What is the value of ethics, in regards to your communication with society? As you contemplate, perhaps the following 3 issues will help you respond. First, how many times during the Health Care Reform debate did you refer to children or grandchildren of united states citizens, having to bear the burden so to speak, in regards to Health Care Reform? Republicans, Health Care Reform has been a debate for approximately a century. Relate that period of time to your date of birth. In other words Republicans, you are the children or grandchildren, yet you continue to manipulate society. Second, during the Health Care Reform debate you have constantly referred to the 2000 pages associated to the Health Care Reform bill. There are approximately 5 – 10 thousand pages associated to my case. Relate those pages to the 2000 pages of the Health Care Reform bill. Third, you commonly state the effect Health Care Reform is going to have on the economy. Then, tell me, how many tens to hundreds of millions of citizens in this nation do you relate to Moodyeconomy.com?

    As the pro se litigant in my case, in other words as representing myself, the Defendant found it necessary to provide 3 attorneys to argue my claims. One of those attorneys was the senior of Greer, Herz & Adams, whom happened to be the judicial law clerk for the Honorable Hugh Gibson in Downtown Houston prior to my case.

    If for any reasons this presentation does not help you support Health Care Reform, I’ll provide you another piece of this case. ANICO has approximately 5 million policyholders throughout this nation to include approximately 18.5 billion in assets. My direct supervisor whom decided to change his affidavit after he retired as a president of ANICO also chose to terminated one other employee the exact day he terminated me. This particular employee of ANICO was suffering from cancer. Within a matter of months after we were terminated by ANICO he died.

    I encourage a discussion with any individual in this nation concerning Health Care Reform from this day forward – for of the 3 particular types of parties I just stated – they are all sworn in to this nation. Politicians, attorneys, and veterans, whom of course put their lives on the line for every single one of you every day. I believe you can understand why I will support Health Care Reform till the day I fall. Feel free to contact me at your convenience to either [email protected] or 3804 Brandt St. #16, Houston Texas 77006.

    Ladies & Gentlemen – thank you for your time – - – - – - stay healthy!!!

    Please note: Prior to filing my case of disability discrimination I provided a presentation throughout this nation in 2007, which included the news, talk shows, and medial as you can see below. The numbers on the right – represent the article number found on each green card – for each presentation was certified to each recipient. If you possibly doubt what I just stated to you – you can track every single one of them – verify the date and address and see what you find.

    NEWS – TALK SHOWS – MEDIA

    ABC NEWS (7007/0220/0001/4296/0891)
    NBC UNIVERSAL (7006/3450/0003/3758/2687)
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    You know, of all recipients of the presentation – only 1 party – for whatever reasons undetermined at this time – found it necessary to forward the presentation through the united states postal service – to AIG claims – prior the 182 billion dollar bail out – from the united states government. For your information, A.I.G. is an associate of ANICO.
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    In regards to states attorney’s filing suit against Health Care Reform – be advised that Greg Abbott also received this presentation during 2007. Therefore he received the presentation 2 – 3 years prior to my case being dismissed.
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    Any recipient of the presentation(s), as stated above, will have to contact me prior to receiving my full consent.

    Thank you for your time,
    Jeffrey Alan Williamson

  21. Joey says:

    i think this new reform is going to cause more people to question their governments goals. socialised mediine is not the way to go for a democratic nation. forcing people to purchase gov’ commerence is un-constitutional. i ma currently a college student is who organising a research paper on this exact topic so i am loving this opinions on both sides keep them comming.

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