Gallup: 85% of small businesses not hiring because of the impending cost of Obamacare

Behind the curtain of lies and deception associated with Obamacare emerges the fact that government control of health care is the biggest job killer in history. According to a Gallup poll, 85% of small businesses are not hiring because of the higher health care costs and government regulations that will result from Obamacare. This is especially devastating when considering that small businesses generated 65% of all new jobs over the last 17 years (Small Business Administration).

What is the uproar between Obama, birth control, and the Church?

I truly don't understand the uproar regarding birth control, the Catholic Church, Barry Obama and his executive order regarding insurance.

It is my understanding that Prez. Obama issued an executive order that enforces part of ObamaCare that says health insurance companies must offer “preventive services” for free and that includes birth control?

And the Catholic Church does not feel that they should offer free birth control based on their moral beliefs?

UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust underfunded by $20 billion

The UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust announced that it has net assets of $58.8 billion and total benefit obligations of $79 billion--putting it $20.2 billion in the hole. Trust officials anticipate that will result in higher costs for UAW retirees. I smell another Obama bailout!

Live Stream: April 8, 2011 | Global Public Health Dynamic in a Transitioning World

Friday, April 8, Noon - 1:15 pm, Health Education Building on the Health Science Campus

In observance of National Public Health Week The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences and the Medical Mission Hall of Fame present a free Open Forum for alumni, faculty, staff, students and the community:

"Global Public Health Dynamic in a Transitioning World"

S. Amjad Hussain, MD
Professor Emeritus and Board of Trustee Member
The University of Toledo

Glenn Geelhoed, MD
Professor of Surgery & International Medical Education



TOLEDO, OH (Tyme Management PR GROUP) Brad McGlown 19, of Toledo feared for his life, and in currently in the Hospital after going to his barber shop and getting his hair dyed by using the product Bigen Hair Dye. Shortly after Brad got his hair cut and colored with Bigen Hair Dye at an area barber shop, his head started itching which quickly turned into pain and swelling the next day he then had to check into the nearest hospital "St. Vincent Hospital"

Support, Investment in Health Care Jobs Crucial to Economy

Health industry growth slows, hospital tax costs jobs
Although one of the key features of the health care industry is its ability to withstand economic cycles, Ohio’s public policy agenda must make investments in health care to keep the state’s economy growing. Ohio’s health care industry is one of the few sectors with strong growth potential for the future.

Ohio Economy Depends on Health

Healthcare Summit your thoughts and Latta's thoughts


Hospital Health Assurance

This in via email from Tom Obst:

Ohio’s Health Deteriorates Under Democrat Charge Democrat Mandates of 2009 Hinder Healthcare in Ohio

COLUMBUS— One year to the day the House Democrats took the majority, State Representatives Barbara Sears (R-Sylvania) and Ron Maag (R-Lebanon) have maintained a staunch commitment to keeping Ohio’s health care sector strong, successful and affordable.

Sherrod Brown's response on healthcare

I am a bit late on posting this but this is Sherrod Brown's response to my request for him to vote no on the healthcare reform proposal.
Dear Mr. Myers:

Thank you for sharing your views on health reform.

Dr. Kevorkian elevated to sainthood?

Could it be? Is it possible? Did I hear that right?

I couldn't believe my ears when I tuned into 60 minutes last night and was actually hearing the advocating for limited health care for the terminally ill patients in the ICU. After all they are just going to die anyway. It's a "natural progression".

Konop and Grossman Plead for PAID Sick Days

From the Toledo Blade Letters to the Editor: November 22, 2009

Headline: Let sick workers stay home

As a nation and a region, we are battling uniquely difficult circumstances created by a harsh economic recession and a national health emergency — the spread of the H1N1 flu.

Call it a request or a suggestion, but to avoid having one problem compound the other here in Lucas County, we’d like all workers to be able to stay home when they’re sick with the flu.

Kaptur's stance a "punch in the throat" to women

The health care reform bill is being debated in the House right now, and Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-OH) is holding the bill hostage with her support of the Stupak amendment. The Stupak amendment would restrict women's rights regarding abortion.

Looking out for PhRMA

Jane Hamsher at Firedoglake points out an amendment inserted into the House health care reform bill that would extend monopolies for drug companies, and keep breast cancer patients paying out of the nose.

This government does not work for Americans. We are a fascist country that works for big corporations.

Most Doctors Want Public Option

This story from the New England Journal Of Medicine surveyed doctors to get their opinions about health care reform.

Nothing is wrong with Canadian and British health care - just be quiet and let us force this through

District residents present Kaptur's office with 900 petitions demanding a no vote on healthcare

Residents demand she resign if she supports reform bill.

Health Reform Government Style


Marcy Just Plain SUCKS !

Marcy just plain sucks. She will look you in the face and just tell you what you want to hear. And still just do what she wants to do. No matter how we feel about it. I thought they were to represent us. Not just vote the way they want. It's all just a big pile XXXX - admin edit.


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