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Well it’s Obamacare too, so?

2016/06/01

“We’ve seen increases in mortality for some groups, but it is quite rare to see it for the whole population.”

This is now:

American Death Rate Rises for First Time in a Decade

“We are not accustomed to seeing death rates increase on a national scale,” …

The Causes of Shorter Life Expectancies in America
Of course, crime as a contributing factor is moot, because that could disproportionately represent race, unless of course, it was considered privileged, right?

Source: NYTimes

Related

Sarah Palin, whose statement originated the phrase. “Death panel” is a discredited political term that originated during the 2009 debate about federal health care legislation to cover the uninsured in the United States.  (That was then.)

The 2009 prediction that ACA will cause closure of 1/3 of All US hospitals by 2020 is coming true… over 51 rural hospitals have closed since 2009, along with dozens of city hospitals.

Beth Israel Hospital Will Downsize To A Fraction Of Its Current Size

See Also

Obama’s Refugees and Surging Deadly Diseases in America
“It is clear that Obama doesn’t care about the health and well-being of the American people. That was obvious when he began pushing to create the so-called death panels that Obamacare mandates. But now as a result of the president’s recklessness, fatal diseases are surfacing or making a comeback in the U.S. Among those ailments are pneumonia, paralysis-causing acute flaccid myelitis, dengue fever, swine flu, and enterovirus D68.”

Where is the administration getting the money to fund these Obamacare programs?
“Congress is looking into the funding for several Obamacare programs for which no money has been directly appropriated.”

Meanwhile,

Report: Obama administration installs ‘new regulation every two hours and 24 minutes’
In April, a Mercatus Center study discovered that federal, state and municipal regulations have cost the U.S. economy $4 trillion.

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