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They have a crack smoking mayor, and we have a crack smoking electorate that made this guy president...
They have the powerful trial attorney lobby to satisfy. There are also many state insurance regulator jobs in every state that could be made expendable if there was one national standard allowing competition across state lines... Two reasons why Obama and the Dems don't want to go there...
MindyToes Wrote: 4 minutes ago (7:59 PM) Two-tier? No problem. Make it three, or five, as long as everyone is covered. ---- Got some really bad news for you...insurance coverage (whether it's "free" through the government or paid for by the individual) doesn't necessarily equal healthcare coverage. Unless you are in favor of forcing doctors to accept Obamacare patients...many won't accept Medicaid patients today because they have bills to pay. You could have a million tiers and it won't change that fact.
Impossible to tell because he's never been exposed to it. The latest lib talking point (to your point) is that they all lie. After all Bush lied about Iraq...
There's no better message to send these liberal pols than a defeat at the election booth. There's nothing they covet more than their own political power....
Does subsidizing someone's birth control amount to interfering in what goes on in one's bedroom?
And the way things look, it's minorities, women and young folks who are being hurt the most by Obama's policies. Just look at minority unemployment for example. Women will also be the most hurt by Obamacare.
"At least 3.5 million Americans have been issued cancellations, but the exact number is unclear". A really naïve question: wasn't the point of Obamacare to have more people with health insurance, not less?
They would be upper middle class in most countries given their lifestyles. Two cars in the driveway, flat screen TV's, Obamaphones, and plenty of food through SNAP program for everyone. Yeah, they have it pretty darn good.
Liberal, but they didn't do any tort reform as part of Obamacare. When Republicans (like Paul Ryan) started offering ideas like Tort Reform, Obama's response was "I won"--basically shut up and take it. The bottom line is that the current system is broken due in large part to government interference almost 50 years ago (Medicare and Medicaid) and Obamacare didn't do anything to fix the problems those programs created...it is making them worse. Less government interference and deregulation is the ONLY way to make healthcare more affordable and accessible to everyone. You might recall that these were the goals of Obamacare in the first place.
liberalsupertroll Wrote: 3 minutes ago (2:03 PM) Yes that has what has exactly happened, the poor have stopped buying healthcare insurance and the system has broken. Hence the Government needs to step in to grease the system and put in place a system that actually works. -------------------------------------- You can't possibly be that dense. The poor are given Medicaid for "free" (at taxpayer expense) and CAN'T use it because many doctors don't take it. The government has created a market distortion by attempting to force these doctors to care for the poor at sharply reduced rates of reimbursement. This is going on at the same time these doctors have to spend big bucks to defend themselves against frivulous lawsuits because the trial attorneys won't allow any reform in that area. So what would you do as a doctor? Keep treating poor people until you have to claim bankruptcy? Or see patients who will provide insurance to fairly reimburse you for your services? But your answer is...more government interference. And when Obamacare doesn't work, you'll be demanding for more government interference through single payer and so on. Take a critical look at the root cause of the problem and stop demanding more goverment to every issue in our society as a reflex reaction please.
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