Sunday, August 29, 2010

The LuLac Edition #1281, Aug. 29th, 2010



The Obama Administration today highlighted new information that describes how the Affordable Care Act, just five months after its enactment, is already giving Americans more control over their health care. A new fact sheet is available that outlines the specific, immediate benefits of the Affordable Care Act for Pennsylvania, and can be found by visiting
“Americans want to know how health insurance reform affects their communities,” said HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. “Since President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law, we have been working closely with States on implementation – and the immediate benefits of this historic legislation are beginning to take effect.” The Affordable Care Act builds on efforts by many states to protect consumers and hold insurers accountable. The new fact sheets outline many of the Act’s immediate benefits, including steps to close the Medicare Part D “donut hole” prescription drug coverage gap, a new Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan, and new consumer protections such as the Patient’s Bill of Rights. Other immediate benefits include investments in the expansion and construction of community health centers throughout the nation and new resources to bolster the primary care workforce to improve access to care for more Americans.
More information on the Affordable Care Act is available at


As students begin their school year, President Barack Obama will deliver his second annual Back to School speech on Tuesday, September 14. The President’s Back to School Speech is an opportunity to speak directly to students across the country. Last year, President Obama encouraged students to study hard, stay in school, and take responsibility for their education. “Every single one of you has something you’re good at. Every single one of you has something to offer. And you have a responsibility to yourself to discover what that is. That’s the opportunity an education can provide,” President Obama said to students last year. President Obama’s Back to School remarks will be broadcast in schools and online nationwide. More details on the President’s speech will be announced soon.


At 5:43 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Here, I mean, present.

At 7:36 AM, Anonymous Pope George Ringo said...

So, I guess we'll be seeing cable news rehashing the old "Is he going to indoctrinate our children?" debate again. Nevermind that Reagan and Bush Sr. actually did politicize gatherings such as this.

At 7:48 AM, Anonymous Pope George Ringo said...

One other point on the President's unfair treatment in the press: Brian Williams [NBC anchor] interviewed Mr. Obama in New Orleans on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of Katrina. One of the questions asked of the President was "One fifth of the American public does not believe you are a real American [or words to that effect], how does that make you feel?"
Really, what a joke. You may have asked Obama how he feels about some peoples beliefs that leprechauns exist.
The problem with the mainstream press today is that the kooks stories have infiltrated it.
It used to be that a story had to be checked and double checked and sometimes triple checked {see Bob Woodward/Carl Bernstein} before it could be even mentioned. Not that way today. Sad; and a grave threat to our democratic process.

At 7:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Go Barack, GO!!!

At 6:02 PM, Anonymous Joe Leonardi said...

It is my strong belief that until individual puts more of an emphasis on HEALTH we will continue to have escalating costs.


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