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dbar

Perkasie, PA

#102 Nov 19, 2012
Wrong wrote:
<quoted text>When you decrease reimbursements to doctors and hospitals, there will be a reduction in services...to save money. This means fewer tests, and if many doctors leave their practice, longer waits for tests and treatments.
Speak no evil; see no evil; hear no evil when Obamacare is debated is your response.
We will see many unforeseen consequences to the bill that had to passed before it could be read!
Welcome to European Socialized Medicine.
no what will stop is the milking of Medicare by the doctors and hospitals.
for example the games played with Medicare patients

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Scott

" He resigned as Chief Executive of Columbia/HCA in 1997 amid a controversy over the company's business and Medicare billing practices; the company ultimately admitted to fourteen felonies and agreed to pay the federal government over $600 million; Scott was not implicated"

http://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/2003/June/03_ci...

"The settlement requires HCA to pay:

$356 million to resolve whistleblower lawsuits alleging that HCA engaged in a series of schemes to defraud Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE, the military’s health care program, through hospital cost reports, the year end claims submitted by hospitals to the government to reconcile payments received throughout the year with amounts they claim are actually owed."

"$225.5 million to resolve lawsuits alleging that HCA hospitals and home health agencies unlawfully billed Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE for claims generated by the payment of kickbacks and other illegal remuneration to physicians in exchange for referral of patients."

"HCA subsidiaries pled guilty to substantial criminal conduct and paid more than $840 million in criminal fines, civil restitution and penalties. Combined with today's separate administrative settlement with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), under which HCA will pay an additional $250 million to resolve overpayment claims arising from certain of its cost reporting practices, the government will have recovered $1.7 billion from HCA, by far the largest recovery ever reached by the government in a health care fraud investigation"
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#103 Nov 19, 2012
Inquiring Mind wrote:
<quoted text>
You can't prove a negative with a negative. Do you think tax increases on small businesses will create jobs?
Your idea of ending gridlock is by giving Obama a blank check with no accountability? Ignoring trillion dollar deficits? Obama called that "irresponsible" and "unpatriotic" on Dubya's watch. He's added $6 trillion, so what does that make him?
As far as loopholes, you must have missed the fact that Republicans were talking about closing loopholes back to the primaries.
You really think gutting the defense budget is a wise idea - have you read the headlines lately? Cuts may be in order, but only in the context of a larger program of spending cuts.
The House has submitted several bills to restore fiscal sanity, but they were buried in the Senate by Harry Reid and never even brought up for debate. Meanwhile, the govt has been operating without a budget for 3 years and Obama can't even get one passed by his own Democrats.
You talk about leadership? This "most transparent" president just had his first press conference (more like a lovefest) in 7 months. He's an empty suit who lets his surrogates do the heavy lifting.
republicans have been talking about what loopholes?
kindly name one and explain why they have not closed it pronto.
they claim to be fiscally responsible yet have not closed this unnamed loophole?
Miss America contestants all want world peace.
easy to say,just like republicans talking about closing loopholes.
yet when pressed they offer no concrete loopholes to be closed.
you want to call that responsible feel free.
as to defense i read the news and notice that just for example

http://arstechnica.com/information-technology...

"The NIE exercise highlighted the uncomfortable fact that soldiers might sometimes have to send critical messages during a fight. An impatient lot, they may not be terribly excited about waiting 10 minutes for the radio to run through a slow series of boot-up processes"

"After 13 years in the pipeline, what those users saw was a radio that weighed as much as a drill sergeant, took too long to set up, failed frequently, and didn’t have enough range."

"And the system isn’t done costing the government money. While the Army waited years for GMR, it spent $11 billion more on “legacy” radios based on technology from the Cold War. As Ward pointed out, the Army may yet pay billions more to get the radios it actually needs—just as the war in Afghanistan is winding down."

that is an example of defense spending the soldiers need?
i never said gut the defense department.
Inquiring Mind

Quakertown, PA

#104 Nov 19, 2012
dbar wrote:
<quoted text>no what will stop is the milking of Medicare by the doctors and hospitals.
for example the games played with Medicare patients

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Scott

" He resigned as Chief Executive of Columbia/HCA in 1997 amid a controversy over the company's business and Medicare billing practices; the company ultimately admitted to fourteen felonies and agreed to pay the federal government over $600 million; Scott was not implicated"

http://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/2003/June/03_ci...

"The settlement requires HCA to pay:

$356 million to resolve whistleblower lawsuits alleging that HCA engaged in a series of schemes to defraud Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE, the militaryÂ’s health care program, through hospital cost reports, the year end claims submitted by hospitals to the government to reconcile payments received throughout the year with amounts they claim are actually owed."

"$225.5 million to resolve lawsuits alleging that HCA hospitals and home health agencies unlawfully billed Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE for claims generated by the payment of kickbacks and other illegal remuneration to physicians in exchange for referral of patients."

"HCA subsidiaries pled guilty to substantial criminal conduct and paid more than $840 million in criminal fines, civil restitution and penalties. Combined with today's separate administrative settlement with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), under which HCA will pay an additional $250 million to resolve overpayment claims arising from certain of its cost reporting practices, the government will have recovered $1.7 billion from HCA, by far the largest recovery ever reached by the government in a health care fraud investigation"
How will taking money out of one corrupt system and putting it into another corrupt system stop corruption?

But you're onto something - Obama promised to weed out hundreds of billions of dollars from Medicare fraud and redundancies as a way to justify the cost of Obamacare. Did that happen?
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#105 Nov 19, 2012
Inquiring Mind wrote:
<quoted text>
How will taking money out of one corrupt system and putting it into another corrupt system stop corruption?
But you're onto something - Obama promised to weed out hundreds of billions of dollars from Medicare fraud and redundancies as a way to justify the cost of Obamacare. Did that happen?
unless you can find a headline
"hospital does not commit fraud" and it is true.
you want to divide by zero here.
that being said the CBO may be able to show such savings.

Since: Jan 09

Central NJ

#106 Nov 19, 2012
None! I'm a 1%er! Didn't you know?
dbar wrote:
<quoted text>
you said"The answer is to cut spending, not take more money out of the economy."
name the program or service that you personally use that you are willing to give up?
what is your sacrifice that you are willing to accept to solve the problem?
Jersey Duke

Quakertown, PA

#107 Nov 20, 2012
dbar wrote:
<quoted text>
no what will stop is the milking of Medicare by the doctors and hospitals.
for example the games played with Medicare patients
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Scott
" He resigned as Chief Executive of Columbia/HCA in 1997 amid a controversy over the company's business and Medicare billing practices; the company ultimately admitted to fourteen felonies and agreed to pay the federal government over $600 million; Scott was not implicated"
http://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/2003/June/03_ci...
"The settlement requires HCA to pay:
$356 million to resolve whistleblower lawsuits alleging that HCA engaged in a series of schemes to defraud Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE, the military’s health care program, through hospital cost reports, the year end claims submitted by hospitals to the government to reconcile payments received throughout the year with amounts they claim are actually owed."
"$225.5 million to resolve lawsuits alleging that HCA hospitals and home health agencies unlawfully billed Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE for claims generated by the payment of kickbacks and other illegal remuneration to physicians in exchange for referral of patients."
"HCA subsidiaries pled guilty to substantial criminal conduct and paid more than $840 million in criminal fines, civil restitution and penalties. Combined with today's separate administrative settlement with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), under which HCA will pay an additional $250 million to resolve overpayment claims arising from certain of its cost reporting practices, the government will have recovered $1.7 billion from HCA, by far the largest recovery ever reached by the government in a health care fraud investigation"
In case you haven't noticed the government can't run anything with out major problems. When they realize there is a problem they try to fix it and then it gets worse. They don't ever realize that the private sector runs way better without regulation.
Jersey Duke

Quakertown, PA

#108 Nov 20, 2012
dbar wrote:
<quoted text>
you said"The answer is to cut spending, not take more money out of the economy."
name the program or service that you personally use that you are willing to give up?
what is your sacrifice that you are willing to accept to solve the problem?
I will name it. Shut down all the spending thst is not specifically authorized by the Constitution. Defense and regulation of interstate commerce(and not the wide interpretation that the liberals have given it). Before you go off on a rant, they would have to shut down over a period of time, not instantly.

Since: Jan 09

Central NJ

#109 Nov 20, 2012
Great answer! I wish I had thought of it!
They spent theirs and now they want mine!
Regards, Terri
Jersey Duke wrote:
<quoted text>
I will name it. Shut down all the spending thst is not specifically authorized by the Constitution. Defense and regulation of interstate commerce(and not the wide interpretation that the liberals have given it). Before you go off on a rant, they would have to shut down over a period of time, not instantly.
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#111 Nov 20, 2012
Jersey Duke wrote:
<quoted text>
I will name it. Shut down all the spending thst is not specifically authorized by the Constitution. Defense and regulation of interstate commerce(and not the wide interpretation that the liberals have given it). Before you go off on a rant, they would have to shut down over a period of time, not instantly.
no as usual you did not answer what you are going to give up.
but to play along.
no FAA so expect air travel to stop.
no Interstate road network.
get used to gravel roads cause those city slickers are not gonna pay for roads anywhere outside of a city.
no food safety yep heavy metals in your imported food.
after wal mart decides that that is the only store that is allowed in the country as anti-trust goes out the window.
no product safety.
hospitals will close,get the special dumpster for the accident victims as the emergency services people will be out of business.
better hoard all the gold you can eat as the banking system will stop.
and gold will only be worth what the local market will pay, no longer will there be any national level of it's value.
better not need any medicine as there will be no purity or effectiveness standards.
forget about buying spare parts for your cars as no auto maker will keep them around any longer than they decide.
good luck buying anything say like a pineapple.
just for kicks every state between Hawaii might decide to tax any goods that cross their state going somewhere else,they will not tax goods delivered to their state.
or PA will decide the maximum weight for trucks is 25,000 lbs so every truck better meet PA's standard or they do not get to cross the state.
course Ohio could do the same while PA does not.
the water will start going bad when Haliburton decides to put a pesticide plant next door to you.
then again maybe a business will start strip mining down the street and pollutes the ground and air.
good luck growing your own food as the acid rain from the coal fired electric plants out of state that will destroy your crops.
of course the standard muddle headed libertarian argument is that the states will protect you.
when Standard Oil was big in the country they basically owned the PA state legislature.
the saying was that "Standard Oil did everything to the PA legislature but refine it".

Since: Jan 09

Central NJ

#112 Nov 20, 2012
No more FAA? Oh what a Tragedy! And I guess the airlines will go out of business. As a pilot, I can tell you that the FAA will not be missed.
What's going to happen to it? Will it just disappear?
Does that mean that the city slickers will stay in the cities? Hope so!
We'll grow are own food much as people used to do.
We'll have local markets and local production, From food to furniture!
As long as someone can make a buck fixing someone else's aches and pains, we'll have Drs.
You refer to local markets with gold, why not with other things as well? Like local banks? Remember "It's a wonderful life!"
Gee, how did the human race survive to this point? Study the reconstruction period after the Civil War. We are Americans, we not only survive, but we prosper. Perhaps the "liberals" among us will be wringing their hands, but they're scared poopless no matter what happens. All the Crap you've mentioned are just refinements or "add ons" to an existing system. Lets go back! Life was better without all the political appointments. Who really needs all this BS? No one I know!
They spent theirs and now they want mine!
Regards, Terri
dbar wrote:
<quoted text>
no as usual you did not answer what you are going to give up.
but to play along.
no FAA so expect air travel to stop.
no Interstate road network.
get used to gravel roads cause those city slickers are not gonna pay for roads anywhere outside of a city.
no food safety yep heavy metals in your imported food.
after wal mart decides that that is the only store that is allowed in the country as anti-trust goes out the window.
no product safety.
hospitals will close,get the special dumpster for the accident victims as the emergency services people will be out of business.
better hoard all the gold you can eat as the banking system will stop.
and gold will only be worth what the local market will pay, no longer will there be any national level of it's value.
better not need any medicine as there will be no purity or effectiveness standards.
forget about buying spare parts for your cars as no auto maker will keep them around any longer than they decide.
good luck buying anything say like a pineapple.
just for kicks every state between Hawaii might decide to tax any goods that cross their state going somewhere else,they will not tax goods delivered to their state.
or PA will decide the maximum weight for trucks is 25,000 lbs so every truck better meet PA's standard or they do not get to cross the state.
course Ohio could do the same while PA does not.
the water will start going bad when Haliburton decides to put a pesticide plant next door to you.
then again maybe a business will start strip mining down the street and pollutes the ground and air.
good luck growing your own food as the acid rain from the coal fired electric plants out of state that will destroy your crops.
of course the standard muddle headed libertarian argument is that the states will protect you.
when Standard Oil was big in the country they basically owned the PA state legislature.
the saying was that "Standard Oil did everything to the PA legislature but refine it".
Inquiring Mind

North Wales, PA

#113 Nov 20, 2012
dbar wrote:
<quoted text>
republicans have been talking about what loopholes?
kindly name one and explain why they have not closed it pronto.
they claim to be fiscally responsible yet have not closed this unnamed loophole?
Miss America contestants all want world peace.
easy to say,just like republicans talking about closing loopholes.
yet when pressed they offer no concrete loopholes to be closed.
you want to call that responsible feel free.
as to defense i read the news and notice that just for example
http://arstechnica.com/information-technology...
"The NIE exercise highlighted the uncomfortable fact that soldiers might sometimes have to send critical messages during a fight. An impatient lot, they may not be terribly excited about waiting 10 minutes for the radio to run through a slow series of boot-up processes"
"After 13 years in the pipeline, what those users saw was a radio that weighed as much as a drill sergeant, took too long to set up, failed frequently, and didn’t have enough range."
"And the system isn’t done costing the government money. While the Army waited years for GMR, it spent $11 billion more on “legacy” radios based on technology from the Cold War. As Ward pointed out, the Army may yet pay billions more to get the radios it actually needs—just as the war in Afghanistan is winding down."
that is an example of defense spending the soldiers need?
i never said gut the defense department.
And I never said the defense budget was sacrosanct. As outrageous as military overspending is, you can find similar examples in virtually any domestic agency. That's why the govt can't be trusted to administer ANYTHING effectively, least of all national healthcare. And that's why raising taxes should be a LAST resort.

As far as loopholes, Romney and the Republicans did not state specifics during the campaign because they did not want to alienate potential voters. Much like Democrats who talk a good game about getting the deficit under control, but pander to liberals who want more spending on entitlement programs, environmental causes, etc. Once nominated, Romney proposed limiting deductions on the wealthy to generate revenue instead of raising taxes and following the recommendations of Simpson-Bowles, which Obama commissioned and then ignored. As far as doing something, I'm sure you are aware that the House does not have the power to pass legislation all by itself. Why didn't Obama and the Dems close loopholes during the first two years when they held majorities in both houses of Congress? My guess would be too much money coming in from Goldman Sachs and other big Wall Street contributors.
Inquiring Mind

North Wales, PA

#114 Nov 20, 2012
dbar wrote:
<quoted text>
no as usual you did not answer what you are going to give up.
but to play along.
no FAA so expect air travel to stop.
no Interstate road network.
get used to gravel roads cause those city slickers are not gonna pay for roads anywhere outside of a city.
no food safety yep heavy metals in your imported food.
after wal mart decides that that is the only store that is allowed in the country as anti-trust goes out the window.
no product safety.
hospitals will close,get the special dumpster for the accident victims as the emergency services people will be out of business.
better hoard all the gold you can eat as the banking system will stop.
and gold will only be worth what the local market will pay, no longer will there be any national level of it's value.
better not need any medicine as there will be no purity or effectiveness standards.
forget about buying spare parts for your cars as no auto maker will keep them around any longer than they decide.
good luck buying anything say like a pineapple.
just for kicks every state between Hawaii might decide to tax any goods that cross their state going somewhere else,they will not tax goods delivered to their state.
or PA will decide the maximum weight for trucks is 25,000 lbs so every truck better meet PA's standard or they do not get to cross the state.
course Ohio could do the same while PA does not.
the water will start going bad when Haliburton decides to put a pesticide plant next door to you.
then again maybe a business will start strip mining down the street and pollutes the ground and air.
good luck growing your own food as the acid rain from the coal fired electric plants out of state that will destroy your crops.
of course the standard muddle headed libertarian argument is that the states will protect you.
when Standard Oil was big in the country they basically owned the PA state legislature.
the saying was that "Standard Oil did everything to the PA legislature but refine it".
LOL, I know you've been preparing that answer for quite a while because you are always asking the question, "what would you be willing to sacrifice?" to suck people into it. It's not an all-or-nothing proposition. Most people would agree there is a role for govt, perhaps even broader than the Constitution specifically defined it. The real issue is they have greatly overstepped the line in terms of uncontrolled spending and intrusion into people's lives, workplace, education, healthcare, businesses, and virtually every other walk of life.

Somehow we've lost track of the fact that the govt does not have its own wealth to distribute to its citizens or pay for bloated social programs - it's taken from taxpayers without accountability to use as they see fit, to run up massive debt through reckless borrowing and spending, and to keep themselves living like nobility on our money. And when we question that, we're being selfish and unpatriotic - give me a break. The inmates are running the asylum!
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#115 Nov 20, 2012
Inquiring Mind wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL, I know you've been preparing that answer for quite a while because you are always asking the question, "what would you be willing to sacrifice?" to suck people into it. It's not an all-or-nothing proposition. Most people would agree there is a role for govt, perhaps even broader than the Constitution specifically defined it. The real issue is they have greatly overstepped the line in terms of uncontrolled spending and intrusion into people's lives, workplace, education, healthcare, businesses, and virtually every other walk of life.
Somehow we've lost track of the fact that the govt does not have its own wealth to distribute to its citizens or pay for bloated social programs - it's taken from taxpayers without accountability to use as they see fit, to run up massive debt through reckless borrowing and spending, and to keep themselves living like nobility on our money. And when we question that, we're being selfish and unpatriotic - give me a break. The inmates are running the asylum!
actually that was pretty much a quick response.
and i might add i never got the answer.
the poster never named the program or service that they personally use and are willing to cut.
when you live on the farm it is pretty easy to claim cutting mass transit subway funds will fix the problem.
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#116 Nov 20, 2012
Inquiring Mind wrote:
<quoted text>
And I never said the defense budget was sacrosanct. As outrageous as military overspending is, you can find similar examples in virtually any domestic agency. That's why the govt can't be trusted to administer ANYTHING effectively, least of all national healthcare. And that's why raising taxes should be a LAST resort.
As far as loopholes, Romney and the Republicans did not state specifics during the campaign because they did not want to alienate potential voters. Much like Democrats who talk a good game about getting the deficit under control, but pander to liberals who want more spending on entitlement programs, environmental causes, etc. Once nominated, Romney proposed limiting deductions on the wealthy to generate revenue instead of raising taxes and following the recommendations of Simpson-Bowles, which Obama commissioned and then ignored. As far as doing something, I'm sure you are aware that the House does not have the power to pass legislation all by itself. Why didn't Obama and the Dems close loopholes during the first two years when they held majorities in both houses of Congress? My guess would be too much money coming in from Goldman Sachs and other big Wall Street contributors.
actually then seem to be doing well with VHA.
and i noticed what deductions that the republicans were going to limit?
the election is over and they have not named them yet.
Congress sets the tax policy so they have the responsibility.
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#117 Nov 20, 2012
TerryE wrote:
No more FAA? Oh what a Tragedy! And I guess the airlines will go out of business. As a pilot, I can tell you that the FAA will not be missed.
What's going to happen to it? Will it just disappear?
Does that mean that the city slickers will stay in the cities? Hope so!
We'll grow are own food much as people used to do.
We'll have local markets and local production, From food to furniture!
As long as someone can make a buck fixing someone else's aches and pains, we'll have Drs.
You refer to local markets with gold, why not with other things as well? Like local banks? Remember "It's a wonderful life!"
Gee, how did the human race survive to this point? Study the reconstruction period after the Civil War. We are Americans, we not only survive, but we prosper. Perhaps the "liberals" among us will be wringing their hands, but they're scared poopless no matter what happens. All the Crap you've mentioned are just refinements or "add ons" to an existing system. Lets go back! Life was better without all the political appointments. Who really needs all this BS? No one I know!
They spent theirs and now they want mine!
Regards, Terri
<quoted text>
yep i am sure when the rudder falls off because the bolts do not meet FAA specs break you will just deal with it.
not to mention the lack of ATC.
who is gonna run the navigation aids?
BTW good luck getting weather reports or warnings.
or the lunatics that decide to land at JFK in their utralight and cause massive air crashes.
those passengers will of course die when the airlines go to the cheaper but more flammable seat cushions, so buy that flight life insurance.

the local food meme does not work.
you want to grow coffee in PA.
oranges?
be prepared to eat corn tortillas 7 days a week.
and the doctors get their antibiotics from their own little pharmaceutical shed?
LOL.
and the home built x-ray machines?
you want post civil war conditions.
average life span was how much less then?
then the lovely dental care.
yep you will be gumming that food.
what you want is fine until you need heart surgery,then the big bad old world is needed.
Inquiring Mind

North Wales, PA

#118 Nov 20, 2012
dbar wrote:
<quoted text>
actually then seem to be doing well with VHA.
and i noticed what deductions that the republicans were going to limit?
the election is over and they have not named them yet.
Congress sets the tax policy so they have the responsibility.
They're talking about a value limit, not specific deductions. For example, you can still take any legal deduction but the limit for all deductions would be, say,$50,000. This would, of course, be skewed to the truly wealthy and would raise just as much if not more revenue than increasing taxes on people and small businesses making $250,000 per year. But Harry Reid would rather go off a fiscal cliff than consider a proposal from House Republicans. The election is over, but the electioneering goes on, the public be damned.
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#119 Nov 20, 2012
Inquiring Mind wrote:
<quoted text>
They're talking about a value limit, not specific deductions. For example, you can still take any legal deduction but the limit for all deductions would be, say,$50,000. This would, of course, be skewed to the truly wealthy and would raise just as much if not more revenue than increasing taxes on people and small businesses making $250,000 per year. But Harry Reid would rather go off a fiscal cliff than consider a proposal from House Republicans. The election is over, but the electioneering goes on, the public be damned.
the republicans like the loophole scheme as it allows them to say they are doing the right thing.
of course if Congress raises the top tax rate or lowers it you get notice.
on the other hand the lobbyists get to slowly return to those loopholes by inserting one here and there is say a big spending bill and you do not get much notice.
of course Congress gets the special interest money so it is a win-win for them.
the deduction game limits would go the same way.
thenthey play the "if you increase these deductions the number of jobs will skyrocket" game which did not work before.
if the revenue amount is the same what difference does it make?
limit deductions or tax increases
Inquiring Mind

North Wales, PA

#120 Nov 21, 2012
dbar wrote:
<quoted text>
the republicans like the loophole scheme as it allows them to say they are doing the right thing.
of course if Congress raises the top tax rate or lowers it you get notice.
on the other hand the lobbyists get to slowly return to those loopholes by inserting one here and there is say a big spending bill and you do not get much notice.
of course Congress gets the special interest money so it is a win-win for them.
the deduction game limits would go the same way.
thenthey play the "if you increase these deductions the number of jobs will skyrocket" game which did not work before.
if the revenue amount is the same what difference does it make?
limit deductions or tax increases
I'm glad you said "Congress" and not "Republicans." There are lobbyists crawling over everybody on Capitol Hill. But I think deductions make more sense than tax increases because the tax code is in desparate need of reform and simplification. Limiting loopholes and deductions would be a good start and it would target big business and the very wealthy while not affecting the operating income of most small business owners who are managing to make a profit in this economy. But it should also be part of a package to balance the budget and eliminate waste, IMO.

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