When you hear someone say, “the devil is in the details,” they’re probably talking about Obamacare.
It’s a national health plan that has all but unraveled.
The health and wellness of patients is being hurt as the Obamacare medical bureaucracy explodes.
For you and your family it means:
- Less personal care
- More tax monies going to the bureaucracy than to patient health care
- More costs to businesses, hurting jobs and losing income.
For example, over half of health service workers in California are administrators, up from one-third before Obamacare.
From the implementation of Obamacare through last December, health service jobs grew 3.4 percent annually. Non-health jobs only grew 2.8 percent.
In essence, inflated government bureaucrat jobs increase under liberal state governments. And once again, you the patient and small business suffers.
By the end of July 2007, nationwide health and social services employed 1.7 million people. It created and ADDED 517,000 jobs by the end of last year, which totals 2.2 million government jobs in the health and social services sector.
It’s a horrific increase of near 30 percent of health and social services government jobs! And it’s all due to bloated and ineffective Obamacare.
Not surprisingly, California continues to create and add more government jobs in the health and social service sector, accounting for almost half of the job growth in the state.
Here’s three important hidden dangers about the bloated bureaucracy:
- The nature of bureaucracy is to grow itself at the expense of everyone else.
- The nature of bureaucracy is to create inefficiency and poor service (just as you see at the DMV and postal service.)
- The nature of bureaucracy is the opposite of what you need for the best health care possible.
The “devil is in the details” indeed!
The more we learn about it, the worse it gets.
It brings to mind Ephesians 5:15 – “Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise.”
We need to “wise up” about the pitfalls of Obamacare.
- This is not good for you or your family’s health.
- It’s a distortion of really helping improve health care.
- Bureaucratic programs only fail and create unintended consequences.
Let’s replace it completely, based on proven free-market principles.
It’s time to repeal and replace now!