As I watched on CNN last night, and I noted a issue that some have or have not seen within this Health Care Reform. The cut backs against Military Vets....you see...for this $850 to $900 Billion Dollar- Obama Care to be funded, then there must be cut backs in hopes that the funds will be approved, by Congress.
Even as of today there is no clear share from the Obama Administration of which way the funds are to be spent, but the cut backs are very clear.
But I can show this...
Posted: 04/10/2013 7:32 pm EDT | Updated: 04/11/2013 11:21 am EDT
The White House says on its website that it wants more spending for treatment and prevention -– $10.7 billion -– than for federally-funded domestic drug law enforcement and incarceration -– $9.6 billion. But this figure leaves out funding for international and interdiction efforts, buried further down in the report.
The White House proposes to spend $3.7 billion on interdiction -- intercepting and disrupting shipments of illegal drugs and their precursors -- as well as $1.4 billion for drug‐control outside the U.S.
Reformers praised the White House for seeking to cut to the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area program, which critics have argued gives incentives to local law enforcement officials to make more drug arrests. The White House requested $193 million for the program, down from $240 million a year earlier.
"Still," Angell said, "$193 million for the program is $193 million more than should be used to arrest people for drugs in the 21st century."
The FDA is asking a company led by a former Obama campaign hand to analyze its Twitter and Facebook presence, and some critics are questioning the wisdom of the potential $180,000 tab at a time when agencies are living with sequester cuts. The agency, which oversees food and drug safety, as well as tobacco regulation, wants to know whether its social...
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FACTS REGARDING PROHIBITION IN AMERICA
The cost for this Operation for 2014 is not shown, but other web site are reporting that President Obama's Health Care Prohibition will cost some where around $100 Billion Dollars
The Obama administration’s proposed defense budget calls for-military families and retirees to pay sharply more for their healthcare, while leaving unionized civilian defense workers’ benefits untouched.
The proposed increases in health care payments by service members, which must be approved by Congress, are part of the Pentagon’s $487 billion cut in spending. It seeks to save $1.8 billion from the Tricare medical system in the fiscal 2013 budget, and $12.9 billion by 2017.
March 22, 2013
The daughter of a veteran speaks for the often-forgotten victims of post-traumatic stress syndrome in the milltary: kids.