I’ve noticed that Morning Joe makes a point to avoid the word “Government”

Posted: November 19, 2009 by datechguy in opinion/news
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…when describing the government sponsored report concerning Mammograms. In addition via Glenn the Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen (we “Catholics” love Abortion) Sebelius says ignore it:

“Our policies remain unchanged,” she said of the federal government. ” Indeed, I would be very surprised if any private insurance company changed its mammography coverage decisions as a result of this action.”

I wonder why she would be surprised? The government issues “guidelines” concerning health and companies to ignore them when those guidelines can save them money? What planet does she live on?

If the health plan was passed you think the government bureaucrats that would be running the plan would be ignoring it? RedState Elaborates:

Who here thinks that an insurance company already grimly aware that they exist on governmental sufferance might feel the need to ‘change its mammography coverage decisions’ to reflect current state medical policy? Particularly if there are consequences for not being in compliance with all the laws, regulations, rulings, and opinions that bureaucracies generate more or less automatically.

And republicans congressmen have noticed too.

But Republicans are drawing parallels between the advisory panel recommendations and so-called “comparative effectiveness efforts” that would be employed under Democratic health plans to control skyrocketing costs. The idea is that panels would study different treatments would be studied to determine which are the most effective.

Panels? Hmmm what KIND of panels.

Jayden Capewell could not be reached for comment.

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