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We’re talking ObamaCare – again – today.
We have an outspoken doctor. She is also a patient-advocate.
Dr. Elaina George has a list of medical credentials. You can see them at her website -- D-R ELAINA GEORGE DOT-COM
She has practiced in New York and Georgia.
She was recently honored with membership in The Leading Physicians of the World and Who’s Who Top Honors Edition.
She also has her own radio show. And she is speaking out about ObamaCare. And we’re going to get her take – directly from the front lines of medical care.
Dr. Elaina George, thanks for joining us today.
Before we get to ObamaCare, would you say your specialty is Ear, Nose, Throat, and Head and Neck area?
So, here’s what our health care insurance system should be. It should be two-tiered. The first tier is catastrophic insurance for everyone. This will cover major life-threatening and life-changing health problems and its financial debt. “Your money or your life” is not a free-market principle. But along with this first stage of universal catastrophic care, we also need a second stage -- a free-market system that allows everyone – not their employers and not the health insurance industry – to bargain and negotiate for health care service and procedures that are not life-threatening.
Elaina, tell me where I am wrong?
Rick asks Atlanta physician Dr. Elaina George if American doctors and hospitals are ready to cope with Ebola victims. In Part 2, money manager Bill Fleckenstein and Rick talk about the unknown consequences of multiple central banks pumping trillions of dollars into the markets.
Ilya Somin is Professor of Law at George Mason University School of Law and a writer whose work has appeared in numerous academic journals and popular press outlets. He also writes regularly for the Volokh Conspiracy blog and for Cato Institute. His latest book is entitled, Democracy and Political Ignorance: Why Smaller Government is Smarter.
Dr. Elaina George is a Board certified Otolaryngologist and a a member of the national advisory council of the Project 21 black leadership network. She is a contributor to a wide variety of websites including BigGovernment.com and the New Media Journal, and a frequent medical expert guest on a range of TV and radio shows. Dr. George hosts a weekly talk radio show, "Medicine On Call” and is also a speaker for American Entertainment International.
Allen West served as an US Representative representing Florida's 22nd and 18th District. He is a 22 year veteran of the military where he earned the rank of Lieutenant Colonel as well as a Bronze Star and a Meritorious Service Medal. He is a Fox News contributor and the author of Guardian of the Republic, due to be released on April 1st.
Dr Elaina George is a Board certified Otolaryngologist, with degrees from Princeton University, Long Island University, and the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. In addition to her practice, Dr. George is on the advisory council of Project 21 leadership network and is a contributor to a wide variety of websites including BigGovernment.com. She can also be found on DrElainaGeorge.com
Dr. Elaina George was on today speaking about the potential for numerous health threats that can arise from the uncontrolled immigration that is now taking place. There's virtually no health screening being done on the recent immigrants. The possible diseases they can be carrying runs the gamet from drug resistant TB, to Swine Flu, to Ebola, to any other number of tropical diseases. Dr. George says that the American health system is completely unprepared for this threat that is being foisted upon the country.
Dr. Elaina George was with us today and urges you not to be a victim. There are so many ways to that you can be within the system, yet not have to be victimized by it. You can play the game yet not wind up a loser. She gives at least three workable alternatives that will assure you better health with better healthcare providers. This woman knows her stuff!
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