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|Subject: Chicks on the Right||Date: 3/23/2013 9:31 PM|
|Author: arrete||Number: 675650 of 774450|
Chicks on the Right. They are funny.
>> Starting in 2014, per the dictates of the federal government, your doctor must record your body mass index (BMI), which measures whether you are overweight, each time he or she treats you and turn it over to the government via your electronic health record, which every patient is required to have. Your BMI will then be tracked by the Health and Human Services Department, the agency rolling out ObamaCare, and a bevy of other state and federal agencies.
"Shock and anger ensued this week as CVS employees learned that if they didn't turn over that information to their insurers, they'd be fined. But CVS is merely rolling out what may become one of the most controversial aspects of ObamaCare a little ahead of schedule."
I'd like to say "Awwwww. I'm so sorry!" But um, yeah. I'm too busy mouthing the question to myself, "How exactly did you NOT SEE THIS COMING, you LOBOTOMIZED LEMMINGS?"
I just hope the first fat person who is required to undergo "intensive multicomponent behavioral intervention" is Michael Moore.
Because I've heard that karma thing's a real bitch. <<
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