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  • The new healthcare law will pack 32 million newly insured people into emergency rooms already crammed beyond capacity, according to experts on healthcare facilities.

    A chief aim of the new healthcare law was to take the pressure off emergency rooms by mandating that people either have insurance coverage. The idea was that if people have insurance, they will go to a doctor rather than putting off care until they faced an emergency.
    People who build hospitals, however, say newly insured people will still go to emergency rooms for primary care because they don’t have a doctor.

    “Everybody expected that one of the initial impacts of reform would be less pressure on emergency departments; it’s going to be exactly the opposite over the next four to eight years,” said Rich Dallam, a healthcare partner at the architectural firm NBBJ, which designs healthcare facilities.
    Not really a surprise

    (tags: Obamacare)
  • The home of a Swedish artist who once drew a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad as a dog has been hit by a suspected arson attack, police said Saturday.

    Lars Vilks, who lives in Nyhamnslage in southern Sweden, was not at home during the attack late Friday night and no one was reported injured.

    It was the latest in a week of attacks on the 53-year-old cartoonist, who was assaulted Tuesday by a man while he lectured at a university and saw his Web site apparently attacked by hacker on Wednesday.
    And, what about South Park now?


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Day By Day by Chris Muir

Well, Chris, we all know about the LEFT’S unintended consequences by studying all of the failed socialist states – like the former Soviet Union.

And, how about Greece and the rest of Western Europe which are now collapsing economically?

America REALLY does not want to go there.


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