The New York Times says that Obamacare is “ailing” in a story that ends thus:
“We are not in a death spiral,” Dr. Rowe said. “If this were a patient, I would say that he’s not in intensive care, but he’s still in the hospital and requires careful monitoring.”
But that does not mean the act will heal on its own, said Sara Rosenbaum, a professor of health law and policy at George Washington University.
Remember when the left laughed at Sarah Palin for predicting that we would soon see death panels? I wonder if they’ll be laughing at this story, where Houston Methodist Hospital
NEW YORK TIMES: Ailing Obama Health Care Act May Have to Change to Survive. “May?” And what are they pitching to save ObamaCare from its inherent contradictions? “More government, not less,” in the form of single payer, naturally.
THE STORY CHANGES: Delays contributed to patient deaths at veterans’ hospital, IG concedes. Delays in receiving medical care contributed to patient deaths at the Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in Phoenix, a top official in ...
BYRON YORK: Obamacare death spiral a gift to 2016 GOP candidates. There have been many articles in the last year with some variation of the headline “GOP Surrenders on Obamacare.” The stories mostly concern a tendency among some Rep...