Gruber Gaff, his economics doesn’t get to the real economics
Gruber disguised the true Obamacare objectives and misled the public; at least that’s what I read and hear.
If we keep focused on the Washington yelling match and taking sides the true problem and its’ solutions will continue to be disguised. The “Gruber Gaff” only serves to confuse the many problems in healthcare. No model from Gruber actually gets at the real problems of healthcare economics and that’s why the financial architect of Obamacare was never going to solve “rising Healthcare” prices.
Fighting over right or left politics may make politicians winners but the American public will pay more for their healthcare premium. Gruber is the architect;
“His real contribution, according to most former congressional staffers who actually drafted the legislation, was to provide the economic models to figure out what the impact of different choices would be—like what different levels of subsidies would cost, and especially what would happen to the mix of healthy and sick people if there was no individual mandate.”
Here’s the article; Medical Economist – Will Jonathan Gruber Top…her – POLITICO Magazine copy
Only One Alternative for the Future; “death panels”
“Medicare advisory board that the party has assailed as a death panel.”
The only solution that is possible given the lack of focus by legislators on both sides of the aisle is rationing. It’s a sad day when we consider that rationing healthcare as mentioned in, “The Hill,” article. The democrats have downplayed the death panel discussion since Obamacare’s beginning but the reality that any language is included points to the reality that Gruber, and other architects knew. Healthcare without policy reform had only one option. That was, and is, to limit costs by not allowing some services.
Americans don’t see it coming but it’s clear as a bright full moon, without our politicians joining forces against the forces pushing up healthcare costs, Americans will most certainly have healthcare rationed. American business owners, employees and individuals must begin a conversation that’s all-together different than all of what has gone before. Here’s the Politico article: BenStaff history: GOP pins hopes of dismantling ObamaCare on the courts _ TheHill