Open Wide And Say Moo! – The Up To Date Archive

DrRich | July 26th, 2012 - 7:06 am

Here you will find the (finally!) completed first draft of my book-in-progress, “Open Wide And Say Moo! – The Good Citizen’s Guide To Right Thoughts and Right Actions Under Obamacare.”

Comments, criticisms and suggestions are solicited, which I’ll thank you to leave here.
Update – September 1, 2012

Open Wide and Say Moo! is now revised and published!


You can find it on Kindle here.







My Rationale For Writing This Book



Part I – Progressive Healthcare, and Why We Have Chosen It

Chapter 1 – Run For The Hills, As We Are All Doomed!

Chapter 2 – The Demise of the Health Insurance Industry

Chapter 3 – The Cowing of the Medical Profession

Chapter 4 – The Four Ways To Control Healthcare Spending

Chapter 5 -  A Practical Theory Of The Progressive Program

Part II – What We Can Expect From Obamacare

Chapter 6 – Some Implications Of A Right To Healthcare

Chapter 7 – Limiting Individual Prerogatives in a Progressive Healthcare System

Chapter 8 – The Real Infrastructure of Obamacare

Chapter 9 – An Introduction To Herd Medicine

Chapter 10 – A Tyranny of Experts

Chapter 11 – Preventing Preventive Medicine

Chapter 12 – Your Duty to Maintain Wellness – or – The Importance of Demonizing the Obese

Chapter 13 – Age-Based Medicine and End-of-Life Healthcare

Chapter 14 – Stifling Medical Progress

Part III – What We Can Do About It

Chapter 15 – The Critical Importance of Individual Autonomy

Chapter 16 – Individualized Medicine – Our Last, Best Hope

Chapter 17 – What We Need To Do

One Response to “Open Wide And Say Moo! – The Up To Date Archive”

  1. Alex Carlson says:

    Very nice I have just started reading chapter one, but I would like to commend you great sir for standing up for what you believe is truth. We need more people to stand up with alternative perceptions and to be able to debate the differences of relativity. Not many people think outside of the box anymore like the greatest of all humans, Einstein, Edison, Franklin, Beethoven too many to name. We need this debate before it is shoved down our throats, Medicine is expensive in the states but there is a reason why people from across the world come to use our facilities. Corruption of the law system would add a tremendous amount of truth to your book, far too many malpractice suits that raises everyones cost due to the insurance picking up the tab. Doctors should be respected and not demonized for doing the best job they can and often over reading the procedure due to the courts and lawyers that are like vampires sucking the life out of freedom and its greatest attributes. You have my thanks Alex Carlson, I will send the word out on your book and hopefully you’ll get some bites.

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