Thursday, July 30, 2009
I can't figure out President Obama and his approach to health care reform. People voted for him thinking that he meant to give middle-class health insurance to the uninsured and let the rest of us who have health insurance keep what we have. We might have been excused if we thought that he also meant to limit the ways that health insurance treated us below the standard we expected. But now, President Obama's team of health care geniuses assumes that they cannot afford to give everyone good health insurance. Instead, while everyone would be covered, we would all be covered in such a way as to get worse coverage than we already have. Besides that, the government would reduce costs by not paying what it costs to provide health care, but to pay doctors and hospitals something less than that. That will help to reduce the numbers of doctors and hospitals and would further reduce the quality of health care. The present problems are at least partly due to the reductions in what Medicare and Medicaid will pay. They pay less than cost and force the rest of us to pay more.
We finally had the content from the Blogger "Former Naval Person" blog copied to TypePad. The question is now: "how long before search engines start returning links to the new blog in search results?" There are something like 3300 blog posts on the new blog: "Original Former Naval Person". I am also adding new content of the same sort as the last two years (fake pictures, mostly). The Blogger Former Naval Person is still alive and as well as can be expected, given that all the traffic comes from Yahoo Image Search and links from Boxxet.com, except referrals from my other blogs.
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
I wrote how to look for and find the Erin Andrews video at "My Back "Pages". I would move fast, if you were interested, because there is no knowing how long it will be available. Some controversial content is caused to become expired prematurely, and this is content that there are people desperately trying to squash.