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You actually need that answered?
The actual bill was somewhere between 1200, and 2000 pages. The rules written to implement it were over 20,000 pages. Now, why do rules need to be written to implement a law? Because the law is so poorly written that even the rule makers are having a hard time figuring out what is really in it. If you don't think the insurance companies had a hand in writing this, then you are a box short of a full box of marbles. Insurance companies profited big time off this as they did auto insurance because the law requires people purchase it.
Only system that works best is pay as you go for preventive & MD care, and insurance for catastrophic care. Second thing that must be done is that the federal & state governments have to stop telling people they can't be denied care, and will not have to pay for their care, or pay in small increments which are less than the interest a bank would charge.
Mine left form get this, Kenya. I had my doctor & couldn't keep him. He became a bushmaster selflessly helping the pygmy's rather than put up with the intrusiveness of BarryCare which would have made him have to work 20 hour days to see the same number of patients, as well as report his findings to the federal government, and perhaps get you on a death panel.
He doesn't need a TelEPromter to utter the words. "Nice going Emperor Putin, my master. What is thy bidding, master?" And Putin said, "Tell the Uke's you'll back them, draw out my opposition as you did the Ayatollah's opposition in Iran, and I shall crush them with "the Force" as the Yatollah's did Iranian dissidents. Anyone yet think this MarxIlamist-in-chief is on the side of America? If he is, he is the most bumbling asinine doofus to ever hold the office. A halfwit couldn't bungle the job so badly.
For 50 years America stood at a standstill with the Soviet Union. To think that war is possible now is foolhardy, and futile. Russia is not our enemy. However, some good diplomacy short of telling Putin what to do, but working with him to include Russia in world affairs could go a long way toward stopping the aggressive tack he feel she must take in the Ukraine. He only does this because he feels threatened. Show him we mean no harm, that we wish to get negotiations between him & Ukraine going, and prevent a possible showdown. There are different ways to meet force, perhaps with a strength of purpose, and peace, that can be proposed through negotiation.
For 50 years America stood at a standstill with the Soviet Union. To think that war is possible now is foolhardy, and futile. Russia is not our enemy. However, some good diplomacy short of telling Putin what to do, but working with him to include Russia in world affairs could go a long way toward stopping the aggressive tack he feel she must take in the Ukraine. He only does this because he feels threatened. Show him we mean no harm, that we wish to get negotiations between him & Ukraine going, and prevent a possible showdown. There are different ways to meet force, perhaps with a strength of purpose, and peace, that can be proposed through negotiation.
For 50 years America stood at a standstill with the Soviet Union. To think that war is possible now is foolhardy, and futile. Russia is not our enemy. However, some good diplomacy short of telling Putin what to do, but working with him to include Russia in world affairs could go a long way toward stopping the aggressive tack he feel she must take in the Ukraine. He only does this because he feels threatened. Show him we mean no harm, that we wish to get negotiations between him & Ukraine going, and prevent a possible showdown. There are different ways to meet force, perhaps with a strength of purpose, and peace, that can be proposed through negotiation.
For 50 years America stood at a standstill with the Soviet Union. To think that war is possible now is foolhardy, and futile. Russia is not our enemy. However, some good diplomacy short of telling Putin what to do, but working with him to include Russia in world affairs could go a long way toward stopping the aggressive tack he feel she must take in the Ukraine. He only does this because he feels threatened. Show him we mean no harm, that we wish to get negotiations between him & Ukraine going, and prevent a possible showdown. There are different ways to meet force, perhaps with a strength of purpose, and peace, that can be proposed through negotiation.
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