Maybe David Limbaugh should write
a column attacking the insurance companies
To the editor:
On Wednesday, April 14, on page A4 of The Herald-Mail, there was a column by David Limbaugh ("Costs, taxes just two more reasons to fear Obamacare"). He was objecting to the recently passed health care legislation.
He seems to have two major objections to the recently passed health care legislation. The first objection is that he feels it will cost too much. His second objection is that the government will start making people's health care decisions. In particular, Limbaugh interprets someone else as saying:
"... Obama's bureaucrats will start denying payments for treatments and procedures that they deem unwarranted. That is, they'll start dictating care decisions ... and they'll ration and pay only for that which they approve. So even if there is some savings here ... they will be achieved at the cost of patient and physician choice and the quality of care."