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MONDAY, APR 28, 2014  |  22 comments
Obamacare deals blow to one-doctor medicine

Despite the predictions of fortune tellers in politics and think tanks, we won’t know for years whether the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare, will ultimately leave people sicker or healthier, richer or poorer.

Yet already the law is speeding the demise of an American small-business institution; the one-doctor medical practice.

Their problems began in the late 1990s. Government cost controls steadily eroded revenues while simultaneously boosting costs, by stacking on requirements for paperwork and accounting.

Some doctors adapted by figuring out ways to see more patients. Others just accepted falling incomes. ...


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News Item5/1/14 5:54 PM
Strat  Find all comments by Strat
Mike wrote:
No argument with this as posted, but the issue for me is those who want to hurry God's appointed day up. If they hate their lives so much, perhaps God is letting them stay longer, until they appreciate the life he gave them.
Can you quote me saying that we should hurry the appointed day,i'm talking about people who have been given the diagnosis that death is imminent and instead of displaying the dignity and grace of the self proclaimed knowledge of God and heaven they choose to act just as the world does with fear,panic and desperation.

Then of course we have the fanatics who have apparently never known true hunger and want in life who obsess over every bite of food they eat,don't like the food in the system,grow your own then,i feel blessed with such a an abundance of food and I realy don't care how many chemicals are in it.

Maybe Oral Roberts with his famous "give me a million dollars or God is going to take me home" routine is the best example...what a faith building and wonderful example of Christianity that was,guess old Oral couldn't buy his way out the last time.

Penned,any relevance to the topic ?

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News Item5/1/14 9:12 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Strat wrote:
One also has to wonder why people claim to be Christians and accept the word of God as truth yet reject what it has to say about this life and the the life to come,to prefer one over the other and present it as some lofty philosophical question worthy of an answer when the answer is already there.
It has nothing to do with wanting to die but everything to do with the fact that God has ordained and appointed men and women "once to die" are we to accept Jesus work on the cross and reject death,are we going to accept heaven and deny the point of entry God has set before us to get there...who is in charge ? clinging to this world and life after we claim to have forsaken it.
No argument with this as posted, but the issue for me is those who want to hurry God's appointed day up. If they hate their lives so much, perhaps God is letting them stay longer, until they appreciate the life he gave them.
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News Item4/30/14 7:27 PM
penned  Find all comments by penned
fact is, some just like to suffer and sit under a fig tree, and then blame God for their own actions.
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News Item4/30/14 6:41 PM
Strat  Find all comments by Strat
Mike wrote:
One does have to wonder why we were put on the Earth for 70 yrs or so, if the best thing we can come up with is we wish we weren't here.
One also has to wonder why people claim to be Christians and accept the word of God as truth yet reject what it has to say about this life and the the life to come,to prefer one over the other and present it as some lofty philosophical question worthy of an answer when the answer is already there.

It has nothing to do with wanting to die but everything to do with the fact that God has ordained and appointed men and women "once to die" are we to accept Jesus work on the cross and reject death,are we going to accept heaven and deny the point of entry God has set before us to get there...who is in charge ? clinging to this world and life after we claim to have forsaken it.

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News Item4/30/14 6:06 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
One does have to wonder why we were put on the Earth for 70 yrs or so, if the best thing we can come up with is we wish we weren't here.
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News Item4/30/14 5:49 PM
Strat  Find all comments by Strat
John Yurich USA wrote:
Why would any Christian want to be in a hurry to pass away and go to Heaven regardless if their hearts are set on eternity? Just what is wrong with living to be 100 years old or older?
Why would anyone want to go to a place of no sin,suffering,or temptation to do evil,a place God said we cannot even imagine to be with him.

This world is so much fun with so much fun stuff to do like football and boating weekends and TV shows,so lets learn to talk out of both sides of our mouths and claim allegiance and devotion to one place while being dragged away from here kicking and screaming and expect to be taken seriously by anyone.

Maybe we can write some witty new hymns like "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" but not during Football season or the playoffs.

The best day of a Christians life is when they are granted the priviledge of leaving this place behind and start a wonderful eternity that we hear about,preach about,sing about,write about,pray about and claim to be about to the unbelieving world...then squeal,wail and howl like stuck pigs when the time of departure comes.

Penny,so as long as things are good who needs God and his heaven ???

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News Item4/30/14 7:34 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Please forgive me as I continue on, not meaning to take up your valuable time with my musings. However, John Y as to the length of our journey in this world in we are strangers and pilgrims, we leave that to the providential wisdom of our gracious and merciful God. Our hope is that our Lord will see in our feeble labors somewhat of the travail of His soul. Our treasures are laid up where moth and rust does not corrupt and we trust also the longing of our hearts. God has placed His Spirit in our hearts and we cry out Abba, father. We also have thus a groaning that this mortal will put on immortality, this corruptible will be clothed in incorruption. We long for the day when our faith becomes sight!

The question is, do you know my Jesus? Have you been washed in the precious blood of the Lamb? Are you acquainted with not just a head knowledge of Christ defined by Catholic dogma and doctrine that you so often site but as the deer pants after water when he is extremely thirsty you long to know Him and the power of His resurrection, the fellowship of His sufferings, being made confirmable unto Him in who we live and move and have our being?

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News Item4/30/14 5:38 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
John Y, to look at this in human terms, it is like going off to work, the Bible says the labor of the diligent is sweet, but you long to be able to go home to the ones you love to spend time with them. It is being away from one you love, you look forward to the union of time you can be with them. Enoch walked with God and was not because God took him into eternal fellowship with Him. Here we face trials and temptations. Here we see but a glimpse of our precious Lord and have to mourn our lack of conformity to His will, the coldness of our hearts, and the smallness of our love for Him in comparison of His love and mercy to us. We fight the war and endure hardness as a good soldier of Christ, but we long for the days when we can lay our amour aside and be complete in Him, without spot or wrinkle, free from the this world of sin. We cannot bear the to see the One with love held in such disdain and derision in the world around us. We look for a city whose builder and maker is God as this earth is not our portion but our passage to the eternal day when instead of looking through a glass darkly we see our precious Lord clearly and spend eternity in His presence. We have tasted and seen that the Lord is good, we long for that banqueting table of eternal bliss. OOC
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News Item4/30/14 4:50 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
GSTexas wrote:
John Y writes:
Why would any Christian want to be in a hurry to pass away and go to Heaven regardless if their hearts are set on eternity? Just what is wrong with living to be 100 years old or older?
2 Corinthians 5:6-8 "Therefore we are always confident, knowing that, whilst we are at home with the body, we are absent from the Lord:
7 (For we walk by faith, not by sight)
8 We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord."
Phillipians 1:23 "For I am in a strait betwixt two, having a desire to depart, and to be with Christ; which is far better."
In otherwords no Christian should want to live to be 100 years old or older but instead have the desire to pass away at a young age?
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News Item4/30/14 1:40 AM
GSTexas  Find all comments by GSTexas
Grr..I wasnt paying attention and spelled Philippians wrong.
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News Item4/30/14 1:36 AM
GSTexas  Find all comments by GSTexas
John Y writes:
Why would any Christian want to be in a hurry to pass away and go to Heaven regardless if their hearts are set on eternity? Just what is wrong with living to be 100 years old or older?

2 Corinthians 5:6-8 "Therefore we are always confident, knowing that, whilst we are at home with the body, we are absent from the Lord:
7 (For we walk by faith, not by sight)
8 We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord."

Phillipians 1:23 "For I am in a strait betwixt two, having a desire to depart, and to be with Christ; which is far better."

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News Item4/29/14 7:51 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Strat wrote:
Maybe then people will let go of their earthly existence obsession and worship and realize that this life is only a stepping stone to the one that matters,and that if their hearts are truly set on eternity they will welcome the time of the departure instead of running to and fro seeking everyway possible to postpone it.
Why would any Christian want to be in a hurry to pass away and go to Heaven regardless if their hearts are set on eternity? Just what is wrong with living to be 100 years old or older?
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News Item4/29/14 7:44 PM
penny  Find all comments by penny
Strat, definitely a good philosophy when one must endure great pain, but I am also blessed when I see pain relieved and lives saved, I've seen that as well. Simple things can often do a lot of good. Good day.
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News Item4/29/14 6:22 PM
Strat  Find all comments by Strat
penny wrote:
why does one need a doctor if he is confined to insurance codes and regulations from beaurocrats?
just type the symptoms in a computer and pop out a pill?
ah, watching the fast decline of a republic, not easy to watch.
Christians will have to want something other than radiation, and when they do, and begin to seek food/land resolution, until then its what the abortionist I talked with.... agenda 21 (the 21st century manifest destiny), gms, sickly people and synthetics.
Maybe then people will let go of their earthly existence obsession and worship and realize that this life is only a stepping stone to the one that matters,and that if their hearts are truly set on eternity they will welcome the time of the departure instead of running to and fro seeking everyway possible to postpone it.
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News Item4/29/14 10:04 AM
penny  Find all comments by penny
why does one need a doctor if he is confined to insurance codes and regulations from beaurocrats?

just type the symptoms in a computer and pop out a pill?

ah, watching the fast decline of a republic, not easy to watch.

Christians will have to want something other than radiation, and when they do, and begin to seek food/land resolution, until then its what the abortionist I talked with.... agenda 21 (the 21st century manifest destiny), gms, sickly people and synthetics.

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News Item4/29/14 9:58 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
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Better find a better article Jimbo.
Libs aren't interested in substance; they only pay attention to their feelings.
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News Item4/29/14 5:25 AM
Strat  Find all comments by Strat
Jimbo's motto is we don't want your moralism,it's "inadequate".....just give us your cash please,that works just fine.
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News Item4/28/14 8:04 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Reason # 1 given by LGBT advocate Sally Kohn, rut roh, big problem these are the young healthy people that were supposed to sign up for Obamacare and support the sick and feeble, looks like this will make premiums go up and leave people uninsured again or coverage curtailed or both.

Reason # 2 given by LGBT advocate Sally Kohn, oops only this group is signing up, not the heathly ones, again premiums going up, plus she is lying the so called death panel does exist, wait until you see what claims are denied, or just ask Edie Littlefield Sundby who coverage for stage four cancer disappears under Obamacare. Thing is she is not alone.

Reason #'s 3&4 given by LGBT advocate Sally Kohn has already been pushed back by executive fiat, using powers NOT designated to the executive branch.

Reason # 5 given by LGBT advocate Sally Kohn. Many horror stories by people who are falling through the cracks but you know the administration refuses to release data that shows how many are paying.

Reason # 6 given by LGBT advocate Sally Kohn, already have states like Oregon opting out after wasting $135 million dollars of tax money and no one signed up.

Better find a better article Jimbo.

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News Item4/28/14 6:11 PM
Strat  Find all comments by Strat
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Yes, I am, people with pre-existing conditions such as diabetes can now get health insurance. Now I know Mike doesn't like this author, but her background has nothing to do with the soundness of her arguments--on this topic,
Five reasons Americans already love ObamaCare — plus one reason why they’re gonna love it even more, soon
.
Hmm, let's see Obama wasn't President in the 1980's, in fact there were some GOP Presidents in that mix. I think we'll just blame them.
The main reason those who support Obamacare do so is that they think they will receive something owed to them at someone else's expense,they covet what belongs to others and use the political process to get it.
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News Item4/28/14 2:43 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Yes, I am, people with pre-existing conditions such as diabetes can now get health insurance. Now I know Mike doesn't like this author, but her background has nothing to do with the soundness of her arguments--on this topic,
Five reasons Americans already love ObamaCare — plus one reason why they’re gonna love it even more, soon
.

Hmm, let's see Obama wasn't President in the 1980's, in fact there were some GOP Presidents in that mix. I think we'll just blame them.

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