A physician is praising governors across the
nation for choosing to opt out of "tyrannical"
government-run health exchanges.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) applauds Ohio Governor John
Kasich for refusing to implement a health exchange in his state.
Boehner believes Gov. Kasich is protecting Ohio families and small
businesses from "steep costs and red tape" created by ObamaCare, as
he notes that the government-run exchanges under the new healthcare
law will drive up costs and thwart states' ability to regulate
Dr. Keith Smith, an Oklahoma-based board-certified
anesthesiologist, finds Kasich's decision comparable to
"It's very similar, I think, to what's going on in Colorado and
Washington state, where they're saying in regards to marijuana laws
they don't really care with what the federal law is; they're just
not going to comply with it," Smith offers.
"And I see this as a positive step in that right direction,
where people are identifying the extent to which the federal
government's become tyrannical, and they're just saying
Boehner has said that since Democrats remain in control of
Washington, it is up to the governors and the Republican-led House
to take bold steps against ObamaCare.
Hospitals are expected to cut some 93,000 jobs in 2013 in
anticipation of ObamaCare. A former presidential candidate and
conservative advocate says America needs to prepare for major
changes in the medical industry.