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ObamaCare's Unenforceable Linchpin

cromero Wrote: Aug 22, 2012 8:34 AM
LETS JUST GET RIGHT DOWN TO IT AS AN AMERICAN CITIZEN OF THE MAJORITY OF THE PEOPLE ( POOR ) THE 99 PERCENT DIVISION I AM 47 BEEN TRYING TO GET MY DISABILITY WHICH HAS SAT IN THE CORNER OF THE HEARINGS DEPT FOR THE LAST YEAR AT S.S I HAVE HAD A TUMOR REMOVED 2 YEARS AGO, THEN I CANT5 AFFORD INSURANCE BECAUSE IM OF THE( MINORTY?) WHICH YOU SO CALL IT I RAISED MY KIDS AND HAD TO TAKE JOBS THAT DID NOT OFFER HEALTH CARE AND EMPLOYED ME AS 1099 SO OUT OF MY MEAGER 15 THOUSAND A YR NET PAY THE COMPANY DIDNTOT HAVE TO PAY MY TAXES IM SUPPOSED TO, THEN THAT LEAVES SAY ABOUT11 THOUSAND A YEAR TO PUT A ROOF OVER MY CHILDREN AND MY HEAD FEED THEM PROVIDE THERE CLOTHING ( IN THE MEAN TIME IM GRANTED CHILD SUPPORT WHICH DHS DOES NOT TRY TO COLLECT BE
cromero Wrote: Aug 22, 2012 8:52 AM
CAUSE IF THEY WAIT TILL THE CHILDREN ARE GROWN THE CAN EARN 14 THOUSAND INTEREST OFF MY 8 THOUSAND ACTUALLY SUPPORT THAT I NEED WHEN THE CHILDREN WERE AT HOME NOT AFTER THEY ARE 25 YRS OLD. THEN I CERTAINLY CANT AFFORD HEALTH INS SO I AM BREAKING DOWN LITTLE BY LITTLE BECAUSE NOW MY CHILDREN ARE NOT MY DEPENDANTS AND IM NOT 65 SO IM NOT ELIGIBLE FOR INDIVIDUAL INSURANSCS AND IF I WAS COULDNT AFFORD TO BUY IT WHEN I SHOULD BE ABLE TO GET MY DISABILITY SO AT LEAST I HAVE INSURANCE TO KEEP MY HEALTH FROM DETERORATING( PREVENTIVE AFFORDABLE HEALTH INSURE IN THE LONG RUN WOULD SAVE THIS COUNTRY ALOT OF MONEY AND WHY NOT PUT A CAP ON THE RICH INSURANCE INDUSTRY THAT JUST ROBS EVERYONE FOR THE BENEFITS THEY OFFER ( AGAIN MAKE THE POOR SUFFER
cromero Wrote: Aug 22, 2012 8:58 AM
TO MAKE THE RICHER .US USED TO BE KNOW AS THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY. EQUALITY WITH OUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT BUT EVERY YEAR IM LESS AND LESS FEELING LIKE I HAVE FREEDOM OR CONSTITUTION RIGHT BECAUSE THEY ARE TAKEN AWAY ALONG WITH EVERYTHING ELSE YOU HAVE STRIPED FOR MY FAMILY AND LEFT US NO OPORTUNITY ABND DO THINK I AM PROUD OR LUCKY TRO BE FROM THE US WHEN THE US DOESNT CARE ABOUT ME BECAUSE MY FAMILY ALONG WITH MANY OTHER HAVE NO CHOPICE , NO OPORTUNITY AND A,M BEATEN DOWN BY THE SAME GOVERNMENT THAT IM SUPPOSED TO BE PROUD OF
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