More Crap To Shake Your Head About

Posted on March 25, 2010. Filed under: General Info | Tags: , , , , |

Obama couldn’t wait to get to Iowa today to mock people who feel this HCR is an over reach by the government, saying we predicted Armageddon. He said today that after he signed the bill he looked around and did not see any asteroids or anything. How mature. How bipartisan of him. That’s the way to bring the country together. Apparently Alinsky means more to him than American citizens do.
 
One astounding fact that keeps going through my head is that this health care bill calls for hiring 16,500 new IRS agents to police citizen compliance. Break that down and you will learn that it 5.25 new IRS agents for EVERY SINGLE COUNTY IN THE UNITED STATES. 5+ new agents per county. Think about that and decide what you think about the Democrats saying it’s no big deal.
 
God only knows what else is actually in there.
 
We have talked several times before about how the President is building a civilian army. We have shown you videos, linked you to government sites for details, etc.
We have talked about the $1.4Billion dollars in his 2011 budget now before Congress for this purpose. He just can’t shake it loose. As we have discussed previously, the reason he needed that student loan funding in the bill was to manipulate the CBO numbers falsely. However, this section of the bill was ALWAYS going to be a part of his agenda. These pages are found at 1312, Sec 203 and pages 1379-1382. Thanks to Deb Stephansen and JoAnne Moretti for pointing out this section of the health care bill.
 
 
3 ‘‘(e) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—For the

4 purposes of carrying out this section, there are authorized

5 to be appropriated $50,000,000 for the fiscal year 2010 and

6 such sums as may be necessary for each of the fiscal years

7 2011 through 2014.’’.

8 SEC. 5209. ELIMINATION OF CAP ON COMMISSIONED

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‘‘SEC. 273. STUDENTS; SELECTION; OBLIGATION.20

‘‘(a) STUDENT SELECTION.—21

‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Medical, dental, physician22

assistant, pharmacy, behavioral and mental health,23

public health, and nursing students at the Track shall24

be selected under procedures prescribed by the Sur25geon General. In so prescribing, the Surgeon General

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shall consider the recommendations of the National2

Health Care Workforce Commission.3

‘‘(2) PRIORITY.—In developing admissions pro4cedures under paragraph (1), the Surgeon General

5

shall ensure that such procedures give priority to ap6plicant medical, dental, physician assistant, phar

7macy, behavioral and mental health, public health,

8

and nursing students from rural communities and9

underrepresented minorities.10

‘‘(b) CONTRACT AND SERVICE OBLIGATION.—11

‘‘(1) CONTRACT.—Upon being admitted to the12

Track, a medical, dental, physician assistant, phar13macy, behavioral and mental health, public health, or

14

nursing student shall enter into a written contract15

with the Surgeon General that shall contain—16

‘‘(A) an agreement under which—17

‘‘(i) subject to subparagraph (B), the18

Surgeon General agrees to provide the stu19dent with tuition (or tuition remission) and

20

a student stipend (described in paragraph21

(2)) in each school year for a period of22

years (not to exceed 4 school years) deter23mined by the student, during which period

24

the student is enrolled in the Track at an25

affiliated or other participating health pro1380HR 3590 EAS/PP

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fessions institution pursuant to an agree2ment between the Track and such institu

3tion; and

4

‘‘(ii) subject to subparagraph (B), the5

student agrees—6

‘‘(I) to accept the provision of7

such tuition and student stipend to the8

student;9

‘‘(II) to maintain enrollment at10

the Track until the student completes11

the course of study involved;12

‘‘(III) while enrolled in such13

course of study, to maintain an accept14able level of academic standing (as de

15termined by the Surgeon General);

16

‘‘(IV) if pursuing a degree from a17

school of medicine or osteopathic medi18cine, dental, public health, or nursing

19

school or a physician assistant, phar20macy, or behavioral and mental health

21

professional program, to complete a22

residency or internship in a specialty23

that the Surgeon General determines is24

appropriate; and1381

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‘‘(V) to serve for a period of time2

(referred to in this part as the ‘period3

of obligated service’) within the Com4missioned Corps of the Public Health

5

Service equal to 2 years for each school6

year during which such individual was7

enrolled at the College, reduced as pro8vided for in paragraph (3);

9

‘‘(B) a provision that any financial obliga10tion of the United States arising out of a con

11tract entered into under this part and any obli

12gation of the student which is conditioned there

13on, is contingent upon funds being appropriated

14

to carry out this part;15

‘‘(C) a statement of the damages to which16

the United States is entitled for the student’s17

breach of the contract; and18

‘‘(D) such other statements of the rights and19

liabilities of the Secretary and of the individual,20

not inconsistent with the provisions of this part.21

‘‘(2) TUITION AND STUDENT STIPEND.—22

‘‘(A) TUITION REMISSION RATES.—The Sur23geon General, based on the recommendations of

24

the National Health Care Workforce Commis25sion, shall establish Federal tuition remission

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1 rates to be used by the Track to provide reim2bursement to affiliated and other participating

 

3

health professions institutions for the cost of edu4cational services provided by such institutions to

5

Track students. The agreement entered into by6

such participating institutions under paragraph7

(1)(A)(i) shall contain an agreement to accept as8

payment in full the established remission rate9

under this subparagraph. 

 

 
 
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