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Henry, the GOP didn't vote to save face...their pockets are lined with money from the insurance companies....you have to at least think some of what was going on was a show for the public....If it was really something the GOP was against then they would have been filing lawsuits and trying to amend the ACA instead they just cried in the corner..... The current GOP is useless...
That has been a standard for years, the ACA has very little to do with that
The senate is still up in the air, things look good now, but they can change overnight..... Even if they have power I doubt the GOP will do much..... I personally think all the things that led up to the ACA being passed was a show for the public, there were probably a lot of late night back room deals happening...at the end of the day there is only 1 party, it is comprised of the millionaires who have been put into office and all they want to do is stay in power....
either way, there will be doctors to treat people....like I said quality will be sacrificed not access....
At least you know how it works...when all else fails start talking about social issues.....the GOP would be smart to change a few of their talking points on those issues it would take away a big chunk of the liberals leverage....
He seems to get what ever he wants....there hasn't been much that the GOP or the courts have blocked
the polls don't matter, he isn't running for re-election...he will push through what ever he wants.....
you know the GOP has no balls to capitalize on anything...they have been pathetic for years..... If we ever do switch to single payer, then the doctors would have to take it or they won't be doctors anymore....and don't forget that if they quit there will always be others who will take their place. The biggest issue I have with single payer is not the access to care, but the quality of care....and the fact that I have to pay while others get it for free....
Comp, I disagree...some specialists worked hard and others just breeze through med school and get an easy residency.....PM&R is another example of overpaid doctor, they get about 250k starting, and all they are is a physical therapist that can write scripts....the better solution would have been to let PT's write scripts, it would save 150k/year..... I agree, poorly managed hospitals should be allowed to close, but then the issue of not enough coverage comes into play and then they have to stay open.... There is a better way to do things, I am not sure what it is, but the system was broken before the ACA......all the ACA has done is added fuel to the fire....
you are making the same mistake the GOP has for the last 6 years...Obama is smart, he has been pivoting his way through his whole presidency....when the ACA falls through he will introduce single payer...and when people are mad he will fall back to the economy which is doing better and should be booming in another year....when people get mad about his international policy he will shift to something else.....he knows how to control the media and the people......his end game is to be the president that gave everyone healthcare, with the ACA he has set the ground work for single payer.....
they will push for single payer.....if you haven't noticed half the country does not work, they like free things.....well free for them, i have to still pay in the form of taxes....
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