Open Wide and Say Moo!

  • by Richard N. Fogoros
  • Narrated by Richard N. Fogoros
  • 14 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Richard N. Fogoros ("DrRich" of the award-winning Covert Rationing Blog) thinks you may not yet be sufficiently paranoid about our new healthcare system. Open Wide and Say Moo! aims to remedy this deficiency.
Here's the thing: Whether Obamacare stands (and we get a Progressive healthcare system all at once), or it is repealed (in which case we most likely will still get a Progressive healthcare system, just more gradually), there are some things we in the herd need to understand. Certain critical requirements are placed upon each of us under Obamacare, and our full cooperation (like our health insurance itself) is mandatory. This is because Obamacare - or any Progressive healthcare system - simply cannot work, the way the experts have deemed it must work, without our full cooperation. Open Wide and Say Moo! carefully details the important responsibilities placed upon the Good Citizen by Obamacare. Armed with this information, each of us can then decide whether to be a Good Citizen - or something else. Since, while it may not always be easy or pleasant, or perhaps legal, there is always a something else.
Open Wide and Say Moo!" does not merely aim to stir up free-ranging paranoia. (The author, being a physician, knows this may not be the healthiest of conditions.) So in addition to demonstrating who's out to get us under Obamacare, and why and how they propose to do it, this book also shows us what we can do to protect ourselves and our loved ones from much of the damage the experts are cooking up for us. For paranoia is not always so bad, so long as you can do something about it.


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Interesting but drawn out

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This was a very interesting book and I totally agree with the author. He presents his case very well. I gave it a 4 star instead of a 5 because it is very repetitious and the author could have easily gotten his point across in half the time. Anyone wanting to know about about the progressive's agenda should listen to this audiobook.

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- Frank

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-28-2012
  • Publisher: Open Book Audio