Chicago-style politics was in full form as Reid used your tax
dollars to payoff Sens. Landrieu, Lieberman and Nelson. These select
"holdout" Senators stand to reap a bountiful harvest of YOUR
tax dollars for their support of the healthcare plan!
As the seedy details of the bill begin to ooze to the surface,
here are just a few of the "bribes" Reid used to gain Senate support...
--$100 million for an unnamed health care facility.
--One state gets to expand Medicaid at no cost --
while taxpayers in the other 49 states foot the bill.
--One insurance company, located in a swing Senator's
home state has special "untold" benefits from the bill.
I truly cannot comment to that as I haven't followed the health care plan as closely as many others have. It's not that I don't care, but I don't believe that what they will do will benefit me today, tomorrow, nor 2 years from now.
The comment I heard tonight on the news that DID catch my ears is that pre-existing conditions would be banned from disbarring applicants to health care...or did I hear that incorrectly?
If that is the case, then I do see insurance rates being raised and whatever system the government comes up with to fill the slack will be too late and a dollar short.
sad but true...we pay for our own demise; as American citizens we continue to let the government use and abuse us
their ends do not justify the means...there is a better way..
by Grace Marguerite Williams 12 months ago
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by SparklingJewel 8 years ago
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by screaming 6 years ago
If you found yourself with no insurance, unable to afford private insurance, and (you, your spouse, your children, your parents, or your grandkids) were in need of medical treatment. Would you be against Obamacare?
by TimTurner 8 years ago
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by SparklingJewel 6 years ago
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by rhamson 4 years ago
With the implementation of the Affordable Healthcare Act what are your reasons for not getting the government mandated insurance?
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