Obamacare: The reckoning, Charles Krauthammer

by Larry Emmott on March 25, 2012

in Health Care Politics

Yeah, like he said.

Obamacare dominated the 2010 midterms, driving its Democratic authors to a historic electoral shellacking. But since then, the issue has slipped quietly underground.

Now it’s back, summoned to the national stage by the confluence of three disparate events: the release of new Congressional Budget Office cost estimates, the approach of Supreme Court hearings on the law’s constitutionality and the issuance of a compulsory contraception mandate.

via Obamacare: The reckoning – The Washington Post.

Read the whole thing. I linked this because it expresses my own feelings and concerns so well. It also explains why there have been so many health care politics postings in recent weeks. I try not to be too political but the fact is there are significant factors at work right now that are driving this issue into the news. The results of this debate will have profound effects on our society in the coming years and like it or not these issues will impact our profession.

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