It was argued during the debate over ObamaCare that the bill would drive costs down. So far costs have, instead, risen. Polifrog wonders how hard ObamaCare is looking for ways to cut costs as the increasing pressure on American wallets due to ObamaCare during what is increasingly becoming a depression makes the program more susceptible to the ever growing movement to repeal the whole of the unconstitutional mess.
Today we find that the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has OK'ed vaginal births after c-sections when before ObamaCare they found the vaginal births too dangerous after c-section.
VBAC is known to increase the risk that the scar left in the womb from a previous cesarean will tear during labor, leading to massive bleeding that can threaten the baby's life. That has led to previous guidelines urging caution for women who have had cesarean sections.
Vaginal births are cheaper than c-sections and stand to save ObamaCare money at a higher risk to women and the unborn.
Under ObamaCare Polifrog will no longer trust the suggestions from organizations like the ACOG that owe their power to government.