Take a look at the ObamaCare bill’s complexities
A little over a year ago, I spent several hours reading, summarizing and commenting on sections of the ObamaCare bill. I'm linking to those summaries and to articles and commentaries on the bill for anyone who wants to get a feel for the mess that Obama Democrats created and that Republicans will spend the next 20 years trying to fix, if not repeal it. I just spent more than an hour reviewing my summaries, and ObamaCare looks as bad now as it did before it was passed last spring. Most of the provisions reviewed are in the final bill, I think.—except for the controversial abortion provisions. Will anybody read the bill before they vote on repealing it?
I'm live blogging S 1796; will report findings as I go, by Donald E. L. Johnson. 10.19.2009.
Summary, comments on 383-page amendment to ObamaCare (HR 3590), by Donald E. L. Johnson, 12.19.2009.
The Barack Obama Health Bribery Act of 2009 (HR 3590), by Donald E. L. Johnson, 12.21.2009.
Deep in health bill, very specific beneficiares. By Robert Pear.
Republicans Take Aim at Deal-Making; GOP Calls It a Sign of Bad Policy on Health, but Reid Counters: ‘It’s the Art of Compromise’
ObamaCare’s Longshoremen Rules; Cost-control and taxes for some, but not for others.
On health-care bill, Democratic senators are in states of denial, by Dana Milbank.
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