Paperback and Kindle: Pull The Plug on ObamaCare
Welcome to the official companion web page to the pamphlet ‘Pull the Plug on Obamacare’ by Howard Hyde, now available on Amazon.com in paperback and also in Kindle edition, waiting for YOUR customer review.
This page is where you will find the books, websites, organizations and studies that are the factual sources and logical inspirations for the pamphet. Be sure to return here and to the Home page frequently for updates and breaking news.
If you don’t own the book already, the chapter-by-chapter notes below will give you a good idea of why you should.

Obamacare is not a done deal!
It still can and must be rolled back because:
  • It’s based on false premises.
    • The US healthcare system, for all its warts, is still the best that yet exists in the world.
  • It harms more than it solves.
    • “Pass it to find out what’s in it”? Now that it has passed, you won’t believe what’s in it!
  • It will never fulfill its advertised promises.
    • Health insurance on average has already become $5,500 more expensive than expected.
    • You can’t keep the doctor you like if (s)he’s quitting.
    • You can’t keep the plan you like if your employer drops it or it doesn’t meet the approval of the HHS.
    • Command-and-control economies have failed and will always fail, no matter the party in charge.
  • Living under this law’s regime will be much dearer still than the cost of fighting it to the bitter end.

The USA needs real reform that will work.

Whether you are a patient, a doctor, a public official, a political activist or just a regular guy or gal who can’t understand what the fuss is all about, this plain-language citizen pamphlet will give you the intellectual ammunition to understand our predicament and to defend your rights, your prosperity and your country.

§         McCaughey, Betsy, PhD, Beating Obamacare, published by Regnery Publishing Inc 2013. Ms. McCaughey has been fighting for meaningful healthcare reform at least since HillaryCare in 1993.
§         Pipes, Sally C, The Truth About Obamacare, pub. by Regnery Publishing Inc, 2010. Don’t say no one warned you.
§         Pipes, Sally C, The Pipes Plan: The Top 10 Ways to Dismantle Obamacare, pub. by Regnery Publishing Inc, 2012.
§         Turner, Capretta, Miller and Moffit, Why Obamacare is Wrong for America, pub. by HarperCollins, 2011.
§         Waters M.D., William C.,  2 Days That Ruined Your Healthcare, pub. by Logicon Press, 2008.
§         Gratzer, David, Why Obama’s Government Takeover of Health Care Will Be a Disaster, pub. by Encounter Books, 2009.
§         John Goodman, Priceless: Curing the Health Care Crisis, pub. by The Independent Instititute, 2012.

Organizations and Online Resources

Assorted Notes, Sources and Inspirations, by Chapter and Section

Preface: It’s Christmas Eve, 1776  

Is This What You Thought You Were Getting?

Obamacare Misdiagnoses The Problems
There are not 46 million victims
  • Pipes (1) Chapter 5

America needs to extend its lead, not catch up with anyone.

Out of Control Costs?

What Cockroaches, I mean, Insurance Companies?

Free Markets don’t work… except where they are tried.

New Budget-Balancing Technique: Massive Expansion of Entitlement Programs

It Harms More Than It Solves
Medical Care Supply and Demand

Cannibalizing Medicare

States become Administrative Departments of the Federal Government

Are you a Citizen…or a Subject?

It Won’t Accomplish What Its Supporters Claim

“Because we say so”

A History of Cost Overruns.

Why it must and will certainly fail

So What Do We Replace It With?

Legalize real health insurance …across the fruited plain
(across state lines)
  • Gratzer p. 16.
  • Pipes (1) p. 214
  • Pipes (2) Chapter 3

Level the playing field, because World War II is over and we thought we won
  • Pipes (1) pp 24-25
  • Waters, p. 12.

Cut out the Legal Casino Mafia Middleman

Don’t subsidize unhealthy products
  • Democratic Vision: Tobacco subsidies
    From 1995 through 2011, the federal government paid out $1.329 billion in subsidies for the tobacco industry. In 2011 alone, taxpayers shelled out $191,218,926 in tobacco subsidies to 58,350 recipients, according to figures provided by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.

Let this Patient Die

A Word About Charity
  • Brooks, Arthur C., Who Really Cares: America’s Charity Divide: Who Gives, Who Doesn’t, and Why It Matters, pub. by Basic Books 2006.


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