Obamacare to boost Ohio Medicaid costs

With the Gulf Coast oil spill going on lets don’t lose track of what Obamacare will cost the tax payer! The time is coming when we the tax payer will be taxed heavy to pay for Obamacare.  You need to read what a newspaper has reported from Ohio of what the Medicaid  cost to the Ohio taxpayers will be to understand. 

The Obama health care law will boost Medicaid costs for Ohio taxpayers by $1.45 billion over five years, according to a state analysis released to a newspaper. SOURCE

10 Worst States For Personal Freedom

1. Maryland

2. Illinois

3. New York

4. Rhode Island

5. Ohio

6. New Jersey

7. Massachusetts

8. Alabama

9. Georgia

10. South Carolina
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Mostly North Eastern States and 3 deep South States! How many of these 10 are Blue States and how many are Red States? I can fully see why 4 in 10 Americans say their views are growing more conservative!

(1) Americans shifting to the right (Snowe and Collins not listening)
Despite the results of the 2008 presidential election, Americans, by a 2-to-1 margin, say their political views in recent years have become more conservative rather than more liberal, 39% to 18%, with 42% saying they have not changed.

(2) Most Liberal States Are Least Free Says Study
May 6, 2009

Helen Jones-Kelley resigns – OK’d search of Joe the Plumber’s records


Helen Jones-Kelley, the state agency director who authorized the infamous background search on Joe the Plumber, has resigned.

Jones-Kelley, director of the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, made the decision within the past hour and has sent a letter of resignation to the governor, her attorney H. Ritchey Hollenbaugh confirmed.

Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland had suspended Jones-Kelley after a state inspector general’s report concluded that the search on Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher, better known as Joe the Plumber, was not done for legitimate reasons. Republicans, however, complained that the punishment was too light and that Jones-Kelley should be fired.

Jones-Kelley was expected to return Sunday from the 30-day unpaid suspension for allowing child support and other unnecessary personal checks into Wurzelbacher, who became an overnight sensation in October during the presidential campaign.

Since then, both Strickland and Jones-Kelley have become the target of harsh criticism by Republicans, who said the searches were a political witch hunt

(1) Ohio snooper who targeted Joe the Plumber resignsby Michelle Malkin

(2) Whistleblower exposes the Joe the Plumber snoopers’ cover-up

(3) Ohio governor downplays snooper’s blatant misuse of office