Administration Uses Obamacare to Unilaterally Stimulate Economy; Says, ‘We Can’t Wait’

Dr. Susan Berry
Big Government

On the same day that the Supreme Court announced that it would take up the challenge to President Obama’s healthcare reform law, Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) launched the Health Care Innovation Challenge, a competitive program that will award up to $1 billion in taxpayer-funded grants to applicants who will “implement the most compelling new ideas to deliver better health, improved care, and lower costs to people enrolled in Medicare, Medicaid and CHIP…” At a press conference, on Monday, Ms. Sebelius said, “Efforts like these to improve the health of communities and reduce cost while sparking the economy are a priority of the Obama administration.”

Using the Obama administration’s new theme of “We Can’t Wait,” a slogan which refers to Congress’ inability to obtain the votes to pass the president’s Jobs Act, the secretary said, “In recent weeks, Congress has failed to act on the full jobs agenda, so we will continue to do what we can.”

A new Rasmussen poll, however, indicates that most American voters oppose the Obamacare jobs plan, and believe the president should wait to enact the plan in order to reach an agreement with Congress. 63% of those polled said that the president should wait to work with Congress.

Once again, the effort on the part of the Obama administration is an incredible usurping of congressional power, and serves to illustrate how the wide banner of Obamacare will ultimately be used as a shield for many purposes that have little to do with the actual delivery of healthcare. All the more reason for Americans to demand that Obamacare be suspended entirely until the Supreme Court delivers its ruling next year.

Also by Dr. Berry at Big Government, Connecticut Deemed the ‘Sinkhole’ of the Nation

According to the Institute for Truth in Accounting (IFTA), Connecticut has been identified as the top financial “sinkhole” state in the nation…According to the organization’s Financial State of the States report, Connecticut has $29.4 billion worth of assets, but only $10.1 billion are available to pay $63.4 billion of bills as they come due. In addition, each Connecticut taxpayer’s financial burden is $41,200…

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