Medical Threats Posed by Obamacare
Massachusetts Senior Citizen and Attorney Medically Kidnapped – Estate Plundered – Represents National Epidemic
Retired lawyer Marvin Siegel of Boxford, Massachusetts, has lived an isolated and heavily-medicated existence, against his will and wishes, after court proceedings in August in 2011 resulted in his being placed under a court-appointed guardianship and conservatorship that his family considers to be unlawful. His meticulous estate planning has been eviscerated, and millions of dollars continue to be plundered from the 88-year-old’s estate. He is being held prisoner in his own home, under medical providers that his daughter has termed "24/7 guards." Meanwhile, his daughters Attorney Lisa Siegel Belanger and Devora Kaiser tirelessly advocate for him in the court system, despite those who are working vigorously to shut them out of their father’s life. At this point, those in charge of Mr. Siegel’s estate have drained half of the retired attorney’s approximate nine-million-dollar estate deceptively and fraudulently, according to Lisa. Further, as Lisa began to research her father’s case, she uncovered a network of corruption within the family and probate court system of Essex County, where the case is, as well as in other Massachusetts counties. The daughters’ court documents allege fraud, embezzlement, and money laundering, involving 40 litigants in the Siegel case alone. Lisa states that the medical kidnapping and plundering of senior citizens' estates is common, as they target poor and rich alike: "The scary part of it is that this is not an isolated incident. This is business as usual. It is a pattern of isolate. Medicate. Liquidate. It doesn’t matter the amount of a person’s estate, even if a person has virtually nothing to their name. The fact that an elder is receiving some sort of government benefit that automatically brings you into their clutches. People don’t realize that it affects basically everyone."
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As the open enrollment deadline for the Affordable Care Act draws near, many Americans are once again facing difficult healthcare decisions. Many are hoping that with a new president in the White House, the Affordable Care Act will be replaced – but as it stands now, ObamaCare is still in place.
Shamelessly Uninsured Self-Pay Patients Pay Themselves
Nothing wipes the smile off the face of a doctor’s office receptionist faster than a patient proudly stating he has no insurance. But there’s no reason to frown. Heartland’s Michael Hamilton belongs to a growing minority of Americans who eschew traditional and inefficient insurance plans to become self-pay patients. Hamilton explains the benefits – for both consumers and health care providers – of going the self-pay route. LEARN MORE
"I want to cover everybody. Now the truth is unless you have what is called a single-payer system in which everyone's automatically covered, you're probably not going to reach every single individual." - Barrack Obama, July 22, 2009. If that's true why did he exempt Congress from his plan?
The VA is now what ObamaCare will be ObamaCare is simply the VA on human growth hormones. Whatever the problems are with the VA, they will be multiplied under ObamaCare. In other words...you ain't seen nothing yet.
Obamacre's Final Solution: Death by Dehydration
The Hippocratic Oath no longer applies under Obamacare, i.e. that is to do no harm: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hippocratic_Oath
Do not let any hospital admit you with the words, “Under Observation.” Insist on being admitted as an “In-Patient” designation. Otherwise, you will be responsible for the hospital expenses.
Planned Parenthood (American Eugenics)
[Pro-Life] According to an examination of federal data on non-profits, Planned Parenthood – the recipient of $500 million in taxpayer money annually – is pulling in enough profit to pay its executives some incredible salaries.
DARPA Black OPs to Implant Microschips into US Troops
When President Obama on Tuesday highlighted 19 executive actions he says he is taking to improve the mental health of U.S. troops and veterans, one of them centered on a particularly novel effort: The development of new computer chips designed to modulate the nervous system to help with everything from arthritis to post-traumatic stress.
An artistâ€™s rendering explains the ElectRX program in development with the help of the Pentagonâ€™s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. (Courtesy DARPA)
The project is headed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency [http://www.darpa.mil/NewsEvents/Releases/2014/08/26.aspx], a Pentagon agency that develops a variety of high-tech equipment for the U.S. military. Itâ€™s known as the Electrical Prescriptions program, or ElectRx (pronounced â€œelectricsâ€). Program officials say the goal is to develop a technology that could help people heal more quickly through the use of biosensors and electromagnetic devices that control human organs...Article Continues on Washington Post