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I disagree, there will only be an incremental cost increase . . . basically only doctor care (hospital care is already covered), everything else is being spent now. Most of the uninsured are the least likely to go to a doctor anyhow. This is all for a wave of bureaucracy that is sweeping across the nation on every level of government and every medical facility.
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The Pope and Capitalism

Stan432 Wrote: Dec 18, 2013 12:44 PM
And crony-capitalism (or should we say "capitalism"?) in the third world is particularly insidious as the ease of bribery, corruption, illegal activities help the crony process.
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Stan432 Wrote: Dec 18, 2013 12:37 PM
"With the rise of capitalism, it became possible to amass great wealth by serving and pleasing your fellow man." It's amazing isn't it!
Why would the Judge say these plans are "Cadillac" plans!!! We need to crush that myth. We will have to get a Silver plan to come close to our current high-deductible cheap insurance. Oh, sure a free mammogram for the wife, colonoscopy every 10 years, blah blah blah, far far less than the $200 a month it's going to cost us (at least). We will forever being paying for a gigantic bureaucracy that will be looking to make more rules, more complications and then replicating itself in the states, counties and hospitals.
Interesting, but misleading, it's not free market at all. It's a University and an NGO
There's been a prohibition against sex ed? No, the liberal sex agenda has been in play for 50 years. This is your fecal storm not conservatives. And who is behind almost all adoption? Conservatives (except when the government injects their homosexual morality). And whether we like it or not, life must be protected, not just when it's convenient. In fact, when it's inconvenient is when life is assaulted, ask Hitler.
No, I don't think that's it. Conservative commentators have to be so paranoid about whatever they say or do. Even a minor slip up means an end to their careers. Eventually I think it just starts to effect their aggressiveness.
But that doesn't "feel" right, it's got no swag!
"statist mettle" that is true!
Great idea, except there is NO train that works better and is cheaper than driving. Only in hyper condensed areas to the achieve even 10-15% of the commuters (think DC, NYC, Tokyo, etc).
Even with your accurate assessment Curtis only a small percentage of Euros use trains on a regular basis. And they ALL lose money except for one in France, and I have to wonder if that is only due to tourists wanting to ride it.
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