Statements about Health Care
Under last year’s health care reform, "a bunch of bureaucrats decide whether you get care, such as continuing on dialysis or cancer chemotherapy."
Medicaid is the primary source of health insurance for 41.7 percent of Hispanic children in Georgia.
"Gwinnett Medical Center is operating in the negative," in part, because of illegal immigrants.
Says the Internal Revenue Service estimated it must hire "16,500 agents at a cost of $10 billion to the taxpayer" to enforce the federal health care overhaul.
"One of three patients hospitalized (is) harmed by the care they receive."
Says "in Canada, the number of CT scan machines per 1,000 people is like one-tenth of what we have here in this country. That's why people have to wait."
The impact of the 2010 federal health care legislation will be "huge" on Georgia.
In the case of a catastrophic event, the Atlanta-area offices of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will self-destruct.
Said state insurance commissioner candidate Ralph Hudgens "fights hard" to strip women of life-saving coverage such as mammograms.
"To say a family has to buy a product from a private company is clearly beyond the delegated powers of the U.S. Constitution."
“The insurance commissioner can’t do squat about health care.”
He "stood up to Barack Obama by passing legislation that prevents you from being forced to join government health plans or buy health insurance against your will."
"Health reform eliminates co-pays, deductibles, and other costs for preventative care and provides for free annual wellness checkups starting next year."
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