The Massachusetts health-care program provides a clear blueprint for what would happen nationwide under ObamaCare:  Increased demand and decreased supply would raise costs and lengthen lines; increased mandates would increase costs still further; and increased costs would lead to employers bailing out and insurers going out of business, with government-run health care being the inevitable end-result.

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“The grossly misleading, full-color propaganda brochures that the Obama administration has been sending out to seniors at taxpayer expense don’t seem to have swayed many minds — at least not in the direction that the administration would want.”

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The international law firm of Sonnenschein, Nath, & Rosenthal has produced a list of ObamaCare’s key provisions.

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For the 4th-straight week, Americans show that they favor repeal of ObamaCare by a margin of more than 20 points — with independents in this week’s poll favoring repeal by a margin of 29 points.

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A one-page chart examining all of the different ways ObamaCare’s employer mandate (free rider provision) will negatively affect hiring decisions of businesses at the margins.

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ObamaCare appears to have one grandfathered standard for union bosses and another standard for everyone else.

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Even though the majority of ObamaCare’s costly provisions don’t start until 2014, that doesn’t mean the bill won’t raise premiums next year. An expert with Fidelity Consulting Services estimates ObamaCare’s new provisions for 2011 alone will result in premium increases of 2 to 3 percent because of added costs for insuring young adults, removing benefit caps, and new mandates for preventive care.

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ObamaCare implements Washington-based, top-down insurance controls which will force nearly half of all workers off of their current plans. “Bottom line: Sebelius means to dictate what your insurance plan must look like almost from day one, no matter how you get your coverage.”

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“Can we (meaning the government) use statistics on Medicare spending to force the health care system in general, and Medicare providers in particular, to deliver more efficient, higher-quality care?…The weight of the evidence I believe is fairly clear: No, we cannot.”

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An internal e-mail sent by Massachusetts Division of Insurance official Robert Dynan outlines his many concerns regarding the state insurance commissioner’s recent decision to impose price controls on Massachusetts health insurers — concerns which should serve as a sobering reminder to all Americans as to what the future will bring if ObamaCare is not repealed.

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