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(Balloon Juice)   On Tuesday, Soledad O'Brien insulted a Romney spokesman by pointing out he was full of shiat. Well, she went on TV yesterday and apolog - wait, strike that. She pointed out again how full of shiat he was   (balloon-juice.com) divider line 227
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2012-08-16 05:34:33 PM  
AeAe


HOw can these mother farkers sleep at night? Lying the way they do. These people have no morals.


Its because they are secure in the lie that Obama will take care of them
 
2012-08-16 05:44:01 PM  

Buffalo77: AeAe


HOw can these mother farkers sleep at night? Lying the way they do. These people have no morals.

Its because they are secure in the lie that Obama will take care of them


Thats the scary part, they actually sleep quite well at night, their bellys and their pockets are full and think fark the people, we only really need them come election day, the rest of the time it's after me you are first.
 
2012-08-16 05:46:53 PM  
So it takes Soledad O'Brien to point this out??? Cuban Irish Aussie. Damn that's some serious drinkin'

"I'm telling you what Factcheck.com tells you, I'm telling you what the CBO tells you, I'm telling you what CNN's independent analysis says,".

"Put an Obama bumper sticker on your forehead when you do this!"

Bob Beckel would have told him to go fark himself. She kept her shiat together and dropped some knowledge.

Pretty impressive for a woman of Cuban Irish Aussie descent.
 
2012-08-16 05:50:51 PM  

The Dog Ate The Constitution: sprawl15: The Dog Ate The Constitution: Are you messing with me? You said Read the last sentence like this: "In total, CBO estimates that repealing [Obamacare] would increase net federal spending by $711 billion over the 2013-2022 period.", which is wrong. The removal of ONLY the Medicare and other federal program provisions increase spending by $711 billion.

You really don't know how context works, do you? I'll reword it, because I assumed you weren't a semi-literate troglodyte:

"In total, CBO estimates that repealing [Obamacare] would increase net federal spending by $711 billion over the 2013-2022 period [FOR THE THING WE ARE TALKING ABOUT RIGHT NOW, AND NOT OTHER THINGS THAT WE ARE NOT TALKING ABOUT]."

You have some serious anger issues. I hope you don't go shooting anybody who disagrees with your political opinions.


He's not angry. He's just frustrated at your stupidity.
 
2012-08-16 05:51:14 PM  
Not that impressive.

When CNN and others announce a policy change on the definition of "cut", maybe.

For now, she's a lone wolf defending her candidate.
 
2012-08-16 05:51:32 PM  

Death_Poot: Alphax: Death_Poot: sure is a lot of this going on here..........the smell is overpowering. And, I quit reading before page 2

And, your blog sucks

You have nothing.

I didnt say I did, I said that the smell in here is overpowering.


You could have, you know, refuted O'Brian's statements, or Sununu's, or supported either one. Instead, you announce that you're ignorant ("I quit reading") and then squeeze out a comment.

The stench of threadshiat will overwhelm most other smells.
 
2012-08-16 05:57:13 PM  

cchris_39: When CNN and others announce a policy change on the definition of "cut", maybe.


The word "cut" doesn't need to be redefined. People need to understand what's being cut and from where.

Does this cut come from beneficiaries? No. Will the cuts in any way diminish access or services? No.

Isn't this the sort of cost cutting "conservatives" claim to like?
 
2012-08-16 05:57:18 PM  

cchris_39: Not that impressive.

When CNN and others announce a policy change on the definition of "cut", maybe.

For now, she's a lone wolf defending her candidate in limited company slapping down blatant lies.


There are not many people in the media today that challenge people on their bullshiat. Thankfully here are fark there are many people who can and will slap down your stupidity.
 
2012-08-16 05:59:16 PM  
The $700 billion in savings is a budget forecast.

No benefits have been reduced.

If those savings to materialize, there won't be $700 billion saved.
 
2012-08-16 06:01:11 PM  
If those savings fail to materialize,

FTFM
 
2012-08-16 06:01:56 PM  
As some one in the healthcare industry, I know most of you have no clue what you are talking about.

Give you example. We have a rainmaker doctor who invented a stent used in the brain to treat aneurysms and other blockages. Real cutting edge stuff. Stent costs $4500 to buy. Medicare reimburses 800 for the device during a procedure. If you need 1, medicare gives 800, if you need 5 medicare gives 800.

We have a gamma knife that is used for treatment of brain tumors. Its like a laser that precisely target the tumor and is the most advanced method for treating the tumor. It literally targets only the diseased tissue. This is in contrast to the linear accelerator which throws a wide beam of radiation at the tumor and you use lead shielding around the head to block the radiation to healthy tissue. Yeah, medicare don't pay for the gamma knife.

We take medicare/medicaid patients because it is our mission to provide care in the name of Jesus Christ just as he healed the sick. We honor him in doing so. Most institutions do not. And the doctors, well the doctors are independent contractors and the best ones won't take on medicare/ medicaid patients because of the reduced payments medicare makes.

So you actually believe that reducing further payments to healthcare providers will work at reducing costs. Think about that when you or your parent is on an operating table being cut into by the doctor who doesn't mind being paid reduced fees because that's all he can get. Or when you or your parent are recovering in a ward instead of a private room with 1 nurse looking over 20 patients. Drugs yeah no new innovations there. Welcome to socialized medicine.

Remember your partisan hack statements which you yourself know are bullshiat but advance your political agenda in the short term. Live (or die) with your rhetoric
 
2012-08-16 06:03:29 PM  

Buffalo77: We have a rainmaker doctor


Dude, rainmaker is not the preferred nomenclature. American Indian, please.
 
2012-08-16 06:07:21 PM  

Buffalo77: aneurysms and other blockages


Don't you have a bedpan to change?
 
2012-08-16 06:08:43 PM  

ukexpat: Soledad O'Brien may just be the female equivalent of the BBC's Jeremy Paxman. Now someone please let him interview RoRy.


A US politician would freaking die if they were subjected to a Paxman interview.

Obligatory: Did you threaten to over rule him?
 
2012-08-16 06:08:53 PM  

Buffalo77: We take medicare/medicaid patients


Buffalo77: the best ones won't take on medicare/ medicaid patients

 
2012-08-16 06:13:43 PM  

Buffalo77: We have a gamma knife that is used for treatment of brain tumors. Its like a laser that precisely target the tumor and is the most advanced method for treating the tumor. It literally targets only the diseased tissue. This is in contrast to the linear accelerator which throws a wide beam of radiation at the tumor and you use lead shielding around the head to block the radiation to healthy tissue. Yeah, medicare don't pay for the gamma knife.


The Gamma Knife is not an experimental procedure. More than 100,000 procedures have been performed and it is recognized by most insurance carriers including Medicare.

Medicare will definitely cover Gamma Knife radiosurgery for patients with brain metastasis.

Gamma Knife radiosurgery is reimbursed by most insurance companies, PPOs, HMOs and Medicare.

It's reimbursed by most insurance companies, PPOs, HMOs and Medicare.
 
2012-08-16 06:14:14 PM  

Biological Ali: Arkanaut: I'd like to debunk her.

/If you know what I mean

You'd like to... throw her off a bed?


Hey, don't judge me.
 
2012-08-16 06:15:51 PM  

Buffalo77: As some one in the healthcare industry, I know most of you have no clue what you are talking about.

Give you example. We have a rainmaker doctor who invented a stent used in the brain to treat aneurysms and other blockages. Real cutting edge stuff. Stent costs $4500 to buy. Medicare reimburses 800 for the device during a procedure. If you need 1, medicare gives 800, if you need 5 medicare gives 800.

We have a gamma knife that is used for treatment of brain tumors. Its like a laser that precisely target the tumor and is the most advanced method for treating the tumor. It literally targets only the diseased tissue. This is in contrast to the linear accelerator which throws a wide beam of radiation at the tumor and you use lead shielding around the head to block the radiation to healthy tissue. Yeah, medicare don't pay for the gamma knife.

We take medicare/medicaid patients because it is our mission to provide care in the name of Jesus Christ just as he healed the sick. We honor him in doing so. Most institutions do not. And the doctors, well the doctors are independent contractors and the best ones won't take on medicare/ medicaid patients because of the reduced payments medicare makes.

So you actually believe that reducing further payments to healthcare providers will work at reducing costs. Think about that when you or your parent is on an operating table being cut into by the doctor who doesn't mind being paid reduced fees because that's all he can get. Or when you or your parent are recovering in a ward instead of a private room with 1 nurse looking over 20 patients. Drugs yeah no new innovations there. Welcome to socialized medicine.

Remember your partisan hack statements which you yourself know are bullshiat but advance your political agenda in the short term. Live (or die) with your rhetoric


So gamma knives for some and no medical treatment at all for others?

Medicare costs cannot continue to rise or the program will collapse, I know you believe that somehow that is Obama's fault, but it isn't. Also quit wearing your faith on your sleeve, Jesus warned against that. Probably because he knew only assholes would do it. "I'm christian, screw all those without healthcare"

"Remember your partisan hack statements which you yourself know are bullshiat but advance your political agenda in the short term. Live (or die) with your rhetoric"

I hope you do.
 
2012-08-16 06:17:00 PM  

Buffalo77: As some one in the healthcare industry...


Wow. A mikey-mop post. Haven't seen one of these for a while.
 
2012-08-16 06:18:35 PM  

Epoch_Zero: thenewmissus: ///also wish that Santa Claus was real

WHAT?!?
[images2.wikia.nocookie.net image 180x240]


HEY!!!! Where did you get that pic of me?

; )
 
2012-08-16 06:19:09 PM  

Biological Ali: Arkanaut: I'd like to debunk her.

/If you know what I mean

You'd like to... throw her off a bed?


Not throw her off so much as roll off while...

Excuse me, I'll be in MY BUNK!
 
2012-08-16 06:25:29 PM  
bahamasorbust


Buffalo77: We take medicare/medicaid patients

Buffalo77: the best ones won't take on medicare/ medicaid patients


Read that again, I don't work for a doctor.
 
2012-08-16 06:29:23 PM  

Buffalo77: I don't work for a doctor.


Well, unlike your assertion that medicare doesn't pay for gamma knife treatments at least this is a claim that is believable and can't be easily debunked with one minute on google.
 
2012-08-16 06:30:08 PM  
Thrag


Buffalo77: We have a gamma knife that is used for treatment of brain tumors. Its like a laser that precisely target the tumor and is the most advanced method for treating the tumor. It literally targets only the diseased tissue. This is in contrast to the linear accelerator which throws a wide beam of radiation at the tumor and you use lead shielding around the head to block the radiation to healthy tissue. Yeah, medicare don't pay for the gamma knife.

The Gamma Knife is not an experimental procedure. More than 100,000 procedures have been performed and it is recognized by most insurance carriers including Medicare.

Medicare will definitely cover Gamma Knife radiosurgery for patients with brain metastasis.

Gamma Knife radiosurgery is reimbursed by most insurance companies, PPOs, HMOs and Medicare.


My mistake, I had Gamma Knife on the brain, I meant Cyberknife.
 
2012-08-16 06:35:33 PM  

Buffalo77: We have a gamma knife Cyberknife that is used for treatment of brain tumors. Its like a laser that precisely target the tumor and is the most advanced method for treating the tumor. It literally targets only the diseased tissue. This is in contrast to the linear accelerator which throws a wide beam of radiation at the tumor and you use lead shielding around the head to block the radiation to healthy tissue. Yeah, medicare don't pay for the gamma knife Cyberknife.


Which is still bullshiat.

"While Accuray cannot guarantee reimbursement from any third-party payer, data collected from US-based CyberKnife centers indicate that Medicare has covered the CyberKnife treatment, and over 100 unique commercial, private payers are reimbursing the related codes, and any or all portions of CyberKnife services. Patients should always consult with a physician in connection with any and all treatment options, and if required, obtain prior authorization from their insurance companies once a treatment option is determined."
 
2012-08-16 06:36:03 PM  

Buffalo77: bahamasorbust


Buffalo77: We take medicare/medicaid patients

Buffalo77: the best ones won't take on medicare/ medicaid patients

Read that again, I don't work for a doctor.


But he did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night.
 
2012-08-16 06:38:19 PM  
 
2012-08-16 06:40:18 PM  
Somebody get that man a ham.
 
2012-08-16 06:44:06 PM  
kapaso


Buffalo77: As some one in the healthcare industry, I know most of you have no clue what you are talking about.

Give you example. We have a rainmaker doctor who invented a stent used in the brain to treat aneurysms and other blockages. Real cutting edge stuff. Stent costs $4500 to buy. Medicare reimburses 800 for the device during a procedure. If you need 1, medicare gives 800, if you need 5 medicare gives 800.

We have a gamma knife that is used for treatment of brain tumors. Its like a laser that precisely target the tumor and is the most advanced method for treating the tumor. It literally targets only the diseased tissue. This is in contrast to the linear accelerator which throws a wide beam of radiation at the tumor and you use lead shielding around the head to block the radiation to healthy tissue. Yeah, medicare don't pay for the gamma knife.

We take medicare/medicaid patients because it is our mission to provide care in the name of Jesus Christ just as he healed the sick. We honor him in doing so. Most institutions do not. And the doctors, well the doctors are independent contractors and the best ones won't take on medicare/ medicaid patients because of the reduced payments medicare makes.

So you actually believe that reducing further payments to healthcare providers will work at reducing costs. Think about that when you or your parent is on an operating table being cut into by the doctor who doesn't mind being paid reduced fees because that's all he can get. Or when you or your parent are recovering in a ward instead of a private room with 1 nurse looking over 20 patients. Drugs yeah no new innovations there. Welcome to socialized medicine.

Remember your partisan hack statements which you yourself know are bullshiat but advance your political agenda in the short term. Live (or die) with your rhetoric

So gamma knives for some and no medical treatment at all for others?

Medicare costs cannot continue to rise or the program will collapse, I know you believe that somehow that is Obama's fault, but it isn't. Also quit wearing your faith on your sleeve, Jesus warned against that. Probably because he knew only assholes would do it. "I'm christian, screw all those without healthcare"

"Remember your partisan hack statements which you yourself know are bullshiat but advance your political agenda in the short term. Live (or die) with your rhetoric"

I hope you do.


kapso, you're an idiot.

Medicare gets the lin acc. Faith on my sleeve, really. I am telling you what the Bishop has stated to me why there is the health system I work for. Have you ever thought about why there are so many hospitals with religious designations. They exist to follow the example set by christ, his church, his belief, our mission. You know kinda like the mission of the company you work for, that's your mission also, right. I mean, your mission at work is always to make a good cup of coffee for the customer but don't you some times screw up the coffee at home.

Yeah, I will live or die by what I say because I don't spout bullshiat like you do for you own petty political purposes.

No one said we should not look to improve healthcare in this country. Obamacare is not the way to do it, squeezing healthcare providers is not the way to do it. Stripping out 1/3 of the projecedt medicare budget in the next 10 years to pay for part of Obamacare is not the way to do, and lying about the fact that it is occurring is partisan hack bullshiat that if you had half a brain you would realize is happening. Dont be a useful idiot to the libs.
 
2012-08-16 06:44:20 PM  
sprawl15 and Mtraveler01. You guys are awesome.

That is all.
 
2012-08-16 06:45:41 PM  

max_pooper:
For now, she's a lone wolf defending her candidate in limited company slapping down blatant lies.

There are not many people in the media today that challenge people on their bullshiat. Thankfully here are fark there are many people who can and will slap down your stupidity.


Bullshiat. If you don't already know that any reduction in planned future expenditures is always called a "cut", then you're too stupid to comment in this thread.
 
2012-08-16 06:47:42 PM  

sprawl15



Buffalo77: We have a gamma knife Cyberknife that is used for treatment of brain tumors. Its like a laser that precisely target the tumor and is the most advanced method for treating the tumor. It literally targets only the diseased tissue. This is in contrast to the linear accelerator which throws a wide beam of radiation at the tumor and you use lead shielding around the head to block the radiation to healthy tissue. Yeah, medicare don't pay for the gamma knife Cyberknife.

Which is still bullshiat.

"While Accuray cannot guarantee reimbursement from any third-party payer, data collected from US-based CyberKnife centers indicate that Medicare has covered the CyberKnife treatment, and over 100 unique commercial, private payers are reimbursing the related codes, and any or all portions of CyberKnife services. Patients should always consult with a physician in connection with any and all treatment options, and if required, obtain prior authorization from their insurance companies once a treatment option is determined."


Wow things change in the health field all the time. That is good to know.

Does that invalidate the fact that the reimbursement from medicare does not cover the cost to provide the service in this 12 million dollar facility.
 
2012-08-16 06:49:37 PM  

Buffalo77: Does that invalidate the fact that the reimbursement from medicare does not cover the cost to provide the service in this 12 million dollar facility.


Either you're using it for stupid reasons or you need to fire whoever is dealing with Medicare.

Your company's employees being retarded is not the government's problem.
 
2012-08-16 06:49:58 PM  

Buffalo77: Yeah, I will live or die by what I say because I don't spout bullshiat like you do for you own petty political purposes.


It takes balls to make such an obviously false claim directly underneath the posts that show that you were just spouting bullshiat.
 
2012-08-16 06:50:41 PM  
Thrag


Here's a help page on getting medicare or private insurance to pay for cyberknife treatments.

Thx I only build and buy the facilities and equipment but still have to listen to the clinicians and senior management biatch about medicare reimbursements for new facilities we are trying to build.
 
2012-08-16 06:51:00 PM  

Buffalo77: Does that invalidate the fact that the reimbursement from medicare does not cover the cost to provide the service in this 12 million dollar facility.


As someone in the medial field you should know that goalposts can be heavy and moving them like this can put one at risk of a hernia.
 
2012-08-16 06:56:20 PM  
Thrag


Buffalo77: Yeah, I will live or die by what I say because I don't spout bullshiat like you do for you own petty political purposes.

It takes balls to make such an obviously false claim directly underneath the posts that show that you were just spouting bullshiat.


Let me ask you something Thrag, you seem like you have some knowledge about medicare reimbursement. Since the point of my original post was to point out that Medicare/medicaid does not reimburse to cover the actual cost of a procedure and that cutting 1/3 of the medicare budget will further cut reimbusements to healthcare providers thereby affecting service, How is that bullshiat.

I may have been using year old data on Cyberknife reimbursement but the fact is if it cost $10,000 for the treatment and medicare reimburses $1,500, do you not believe service will be impacted.
 
2012-08-16 06:58:13 PM  

Buffalo77: Since the point of my original post was to point out that Medicare/medicaid does not reimburse to cover the actual cost of a procedure and that cutting 1/3 of the medicare budget will further cut reimbusements to healthcare providers thereby affecting service, How is that bullshiat.


You seem to be assuming a lot of things about the nature of these reimbursement cuts. I'm going to go out on a limb and assume you haven't looked at the CBO report linked upthread that details what exactly is being cut?
 
2012-08-16 07:02:41 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: Wow. I just watched the initial video and my god, the man really didn't have anything other than a talking point to continue repeating. He's clearly not used to having them debunked right in his face. You can see him looking dejected while she tears into him.


He did, too. He just couldn't fathom that a journalist would call him on his b/s, and had no canned response to counter her questions.

I love Soledad O'Brien.
 
2012-08-16 07:07:33 PM  
sprawl15


Buffalo77: Since the point of my original post was to point out that Medicare/medicaid does not reimburse to cover the actual cost of a procedure and that cutting 1/3 of the medicare budget will further cut reimbusements to healthcare providers thereby affecting service, How is that bullshiat.

You seem to be assuming a lot of things about the nature of these reimbursement cuts. I'm going to go out on a limb and assume you haven't looked at the CBO report linked upthread that details what exactly is being cut?


CBO scores exactly what you give them. It takes the your assumptions and follows it thru to the end. It is dangerous to rely on that type of analysis and the assumptions are made to fulfill a political purpose.

For example, If you told the CBO to score your retirement plan and you said. Assume I am 30 years old and assume I will put 10,000 per year in my retirement account every year and assume my rate of return in 30%, how much money will I have when I retire at 65 years old.

CBO might say you will have $3 million based on those assumptions. Reality is you may not afford 10K a year and you won't earn 30%.
 
2012-08-16 07:09:57 PM  

Buffalo77: CBO scores exactly what you give them. It takes the your assumptions and follows it thru to the end. It is dangerous to rely on that type of analysis and the assumptions are made to fulfill a political purpose.


Which would only be relevant if you were contesting the values, rather than the areas of concern.
 
2012-08-16 07:22:16 PM  
So maybe I don't understand your point, I am contesting the values of the assumptions given to the CBO to score.
 
2012-08-16 07:25:22 PM  
Lay it out because I believe the premise if false that you can realize saving thru squeezing medicare reimbursements.

If you transfer $700 billion from Medicare budget to cover the cost of the ACA then spending hasnt decreased. Now with a reduced budget, provide the same level of service currently in place. How does that work?
 
2012-08-16 07:25:41 PM  

Buffalo77: So maybe I don't understand your point, I am contesting the values of the assumptions given to the CBO to score.


You gave the example of the stent, with the assumption that when people mention cuts in payments to providers, they're talking reduction in how much you would be reimbursed for the stent.

There are many other possible vectors to reduce Medicare payments. Perhaps you could read the CBO report and learn which ones are applicable, because the amount you are reimbursed for the stent will not change.
 
2012-08-16 07:29:50 PM  

Buffalo77: If you transfer $700 billion from Medicare budget to cover the cost of the ACA then spending hasnt decreased. Now with a reduced budget, provide the same level of service currently in place. How does that work?


One of the vectors of reducing Medicare payouts is reducing payouts to hospitals that have a very high patient re-admittance rate.
 
2012-08-16 07:31:54 PM  

Buffalo77: My mistake, I had Gamma Knife on the brain, I meant Cyberknife.


Maybe you meant Lightsaber.
 
2012-08-16 07:32:52 PM  

Buffalo77: Lay it out because I believe the premise if false that you can realize saving thru squeezing medicare reimbursements.

If you transfer $700 billion from Medicare budget to cover the cost of the ACA then spending hasnt decreased. Now with a reduced budget, provide the same level of service currently in place. How does that work?


By covering the costs of ACA for preventive care, you reduce the number of Medicare payments needed for lengthy hospital stays for maladies that could have been treated before they required lengthy hospital stays.

Howabout that?
 
2012-08-16 07:36:32 PM  
Holy farking shait!! Facts, figures, reports, news!

That's a hell of a god-dammed concept. I like it.
 
2012-08-16 07:40:56 PM  

Buffalo77: If you transfer $700 billion from Medicare budget to cover the cost of the ACA then spending hasnt decreased. Now with a reduced budget, provide the same level of service currently in place. How does that work?


Do you have rocks for brains? The spending reduction is removal of waste, redundancy, and a more efficient system.

** That the entire point of Obamacare! **
 

No, Obamacare is not around to kill your grandmother.
 
2012-08-16 07:54:40 PM  

Buffalo77: Thrag


Buffalo77: Yeah, I will live or die by what I say because I don't spout bullshiat like you do for you own petty political purposes.

It takes balls to make such an obviously false claim directly underneath the posts that show that you were just spouting bullshiat.


Let me ask you something Thrag, you seem like you have some knowledge about medicare reimbursement. Since the point of my original post was to point out that Medicare/medicaid does not reimburse to cover the actual cost of a procedure and that cutting 1/3 of the medicare budget will further cut reimbusements to healthcare providers thereby affecting service, How is that bullshiat..


Because when I go to the hospital and get treated, I get charged twice as much as it should actually cost. This isn't because hospitals are greedy, it's because so many unisnsured people go to the ER and can't pay. The price for my treatment includes their share.

The theory of the ACA is, hospitals now won't have many uninsured patients, and those that remain will be covered by a government non-insured fund. Imagine if every person that walked through the doors that was uninsured had insurance or Medicaid instead. Think about how much money that would bring in. Think about how much less you would have to charge your patients who were already paying. The ACA estimate is that you'd see the same number of patients and the same total revenue. However, instead of Medicaid and insured patients being charged a staggering amount, their charges would be 2/3 of what they would be if not for ACA.

You shouldn't have to guess. Your or the Bishop should be able to see how much was written off due to inability to pay. See if it exceeds the amount of the cuts Medicare would make. I'm willing to wager that it does.
 
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