Hospitals & Asylums
By Anthony J. Sanders
Book 3: Health and Welfare is running over into July the month of justice. Too bad about the massive layoffs in the Cabinet. There is certainly no shortage of justiciable issues. SSA’s genocide of $666 continues to murder and slave the wise so that those terrorist enough to be employed in this day and age can steal $70 billion overpaying the Department of Labor (DOL) after unemployment insurance compensation has gone down from over $100 billion to $35 billion. The 17,500 DOL employees solicited in the President’s budget without any credible dollar figures, make an average of $5.1 million, according to Internet statistics before they were hacked, enough to buy out my brand of organic tobacco and rolling papers. The 197 page mistrial of the Eighth Amendment pertaining to the Commerce Clause held that people who don’t want health insurance would have to pay a penalty of only about $200 a year to the taxman, much lower than the figure the Obama administration thought would levy $4 billion in 2014, and states might suffer termination of their federal Medicaid funding, about 10% of the state budget, if they resist the Medicaid expansion portion of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. The problem with the universal mandate is that the Obama administration does not have anything to sell. The administration is foisting the same unwanted high priced, non-paying, discriminatory, private health insurance on the labor market 48 million people are uninsured about. States need to sell Medicaid to gainful wage earners to justify affording the coverage of the poor and provide everyone with affordable, high quality, non-identity stealing, non-discriminatory, salaried and supplied health care. Although they are calling for reduced costs this Medicaid expansion of which the federal government promises to pay States 90% in 2014 before going down to 80% must be treated as an attempt to launder the enormous amounts of money improperly allocated to the extremely poisonous and incompetent Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) since the distortion caused by the Recovery Act to the tune of $911 billion in 2012 instead of $780, 3% annual growth from the $700 billion that was too much in 2008. This edition will include a new summary of the Department of Education (DOE) that is also presumed to be welfare and over-budget.
Disability Insurance Replenishment Tax Act of 2012 HA-18-6-12
To amend the DI tax rate to 2.61%, 1.305% for employees and 1.305% for employers under Sec. 201(b)(1)(S) of the Social Security Act 42USC(7)II§401 and the OASI tax rate to 9.79%, 4.895% for employee under 26USC(C)(21)(A)§3101 (a) and 4.895% for employers under 26USC(C)(21)(A)§3111 (a) and without increasing the overall 12.4% OASDI or 15.3% OASDI and Hospital Insurance (HI) tax-rate under 26USC(A)(2)§1401.
To require the Chief Actuary of the Social Security Administration (SSA) to account for the Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI) Program and for the Chief Actuary of the Centers for Medicare-Medicaid Services (CMS) to account for Medicaid in the Annual Reports of the OASDI and HI Trustees and for the USDA to account for sustainable Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) growth.
To amend the 6 year term of the Commissioner to 2 years under Section 702 of Title VII the Social Security Act 42USC(7)VII§902(a)(3).
To amend the title of Section 1818(a)(4) of the Social Security Act 42USC(7)(XVIII)§1395i–2 from Hospital Insurance Benefits for Uninsured Elderly Individuals Not Otherwise Eligible to Medicaid Benefits for Individuals Not Otherwise Eligible.
Be the Democratic and Republican (DR) two party systems dissolved, Actuary, Commissioner and Trustees recused, referred to the SSA Regional Commissioner Stanley Friendship.
Book 3 Health and Welfare (HAW)
To amend Chapter 3 National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers §71-150, to amend the Disability Insurance (DI) tax rate to 2.61%, and the Old Age Survivor Insurance (OASI) tax rate to 9.79% without increasing the overall 12.4% OASDI or 15.3% OASDI and Hospital Insurance (HI) tax-rate, to fix a 3% Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) for social security benefits, to limit medical cost increases to less than 3%,to require the Chief Actuary of the Social Security Administration (SSA) to account for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) in the Annual Report, to require the Chief Actuary of the Centers for Medicare-Medicaid Services (CMS) to account for Medicaid spending in the Annual Report, to require the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to account for sustainable Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) growth, to limit the term of the Social Security Commissioner to two years, to replace Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) and representative with licensed social workers and non-social worker representatives, to authorize SSA to settle legal and medical malpractice, to conduct a survey of social security beneficiaries and employees by race, to finance a halfway house system with SSI, to enable patients to refuse to pay for unnecessary, harmful and fraudulent medical treatment, to provide Medicaid for free to everyone earning less than 133% the poverty line and open Medicaid to reasonably priced premiums to everyone else, to nationalize health insurance assets, to ratify ILO Conventions 132, 156 and 183, to afford a 1% FICA tax for international development, to pass a Balanced Budget Amendment, and to eliminate the income cap on Social Security contributions so as to guarantee all Americans an income of $1,000 a month. During 2011, an estimated 148 million people paid FICA social security payroll taxes. One-in-six Americans, 55.4 million receives a Social Security benefit. In 2011, 44.8 million people received OASI benefits, 15 million received DI and/or SSI benefits, and 48.7 million were covered under Medicare. In 2010 DI paid 9.9 million beneficiaries and SSI paid 7.9 million beneficiaries there is considerable overlap. Total benefits paid in 2011, including SSI, were $785 billion. Total income including $49 billion from the General Fund to pay for SSI was $830 billion. Assets grew to $2.7 trillion. In 2011, Medicare covered 48.7 million people. Total expenditures were $549.1 billion. Total income was $530.0 billion. In 2008 Medicaid served more than 52 million Medicaid beneficiaries costing more than $305 billion. In 2011 38 million people used food stamps at a cost of $53.6 billion. In 2000 125 million people were covered by unemployment insurance and in 2010 there were around 42.4 million beneficiaries. The number of Temporary Assistance for Needy Family (TANF) beneficiaries has decreased from 14.2 million in 1993 to less than 5 million in 2003. In 2001, 6.9 million custodial parents were due an average of $5,000, $34.9 billion was due and $31.9 billion (62.6%) received, averaging $3,200 per custodial family and another $900 million was paid voluntarily…370