Just So You Know – Weekly LOL isn’t laughing this week.

On line 17, p. 110, section 222 under “Abortions for which Public Funding is Allowed” the Health and Human Services Secretary is given the authority to determine when abortion is allowed under the government-run plan. The Speaker’s plan also requires that at least one insurance plan offered in the Exchange covers abortions.

What is even more alarming is that a monthly abortion premium will be charged of all enrollees in the government-run plan. It’s right there on line 16, page 96, section 213, under “Insurance Rating Rules.” The premium will be paid into a U.S. Treasury account – and these federal funds will be used to pay for the abortion services.

Source: John Boehner’s site

Jail time for Uninsured?
Source: Health Care Truth
If an individual (or husband & wife, if joint) do not maintain health care and willfully do not pay the penalties for not having approved health care coverage….yes, you can be jailed.

Rationed heatlh care by the newly created Health Care Commissioner
(a) In General- The Commissioner shall specify the benefits to be made available under Exchange-participating health benefits plans during each plan year, consistent with subtitle C of title II and this section.
Source: Sec. 303 of the house bill itself – H.R.3962 – Affordable Health Care for America Act

According to a recent CBO report: annual premiums for your own health care coverage….projected average in 2016 = $15,000. Yeah…..affordable healthcare for all! What a lie!

There are 13 Tax Hikes in H.R.3962
See them here — Americans for Tax Reform

And if that’s not enough: 111 New Federal Bureaucracies will be created in the name of saving America’s health with Pelosi’s socialized medicine plan. Need another Federal Bureaucracy like a hole in our wallet…..pun intended.
See them listed at GOP.gov. I’d like to be fair & balanced, but I couldn’t find this information on the Democrat site.

The Republicans do have a health care plan and the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) confirmed that it will lower health care premiums by up to 10 percent and reduce the deficit by $68 billion over 10 years without imposing tax increases on families and small businesses.
Why that almost sounds like someone’s campaign promise.

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