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September 29, 2013

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ladybug

Sep-29-13 8:26 AM

OK Cynthia lets hear your plan to solve the healthcare crisis,

As costs keep rising at an annual rate of 11% or more. The people without insurance keeps increasing

And the costs of the uninsured get passed along to the ones who have insurance,

While our premiums,deductibles,co-pays ,out of pocket costs and contributions to help pay for insurance increases

Whats your answer ???

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Truth101

Sep-29-13 3:53 PM

Cynthis, tell us about your expertise in the US constitution since you know more than the Supreme Court. Oh, and that little booklet you read from your local Tea Bagger groups doesn't count.

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notSocialist

Sep-30-13 6:59 AM

Really thuth, stop pushing your homosexual tea-bagging fantasies onto good people.

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GrantMingus

Sep-30-13 11:45 AM

Hey Truth, here is some truth: the Obama administration never once called the proposed fine for not signing on a "tax" while they were selling the law to the people. IN FACT, they went out of their way to say time and time again that it WASN'T a tax. Then Roberts looked at it and decided the only way it was Constitutional is if you considered it a tax. Even then I'm not sure it is. But why don't you bow down to your supreme leaders, maybe even get on your knees and fulfill your teabagging fantasy. The Supreme Court also once said slavery was Constitutional though it clearly wasn't. Also said women couldn't vote. Also said blacks couldn't vote. Also unconstitutionally gave THEMSELVES the power of judicial review. Why don't you try reading the Constitution instead of listening to what you're told and insinuating that none of us laypeople could possibly understand this incredibly complex, deep, long winded document that fits on one page.

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Truth101

Sep-30-13 1:47 PM

For someone that knows everything about everything and right every time. I'm surprised the Republicans hasn't made you their golden boy. The election is over. You lost Again. Get over it. Or is your problem the same as the republican leadership. Your afraid it might work and bee successful.

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GrantMingus

Sep-30-13 2:02 PM

I wasn't aware that we voted on Obamacare.

No one should ever waste time with a dullard using the "get over it" argument when it comes to OUR government. Is that the same case you'd make for the 17 trillion dollar debt? Get over it? Can't even get out from under it...

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Truth101

Sep-30-13 2:21 PM

Why is it that the only time people like you are concerned about the debt and our children and grandchildren is when a democrat is in the office. It wasn't that many trillions of dollars ago when Dick Chaney said the debt doesn't mean a thing. It only became a big deal when Obama got elected.

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Truth101

Sep-30-13 2:26 PM

You really wasn't aware that we voted on The Affordable Health Care Act? It was in all the papers and on tv. We, elected people to office on the promise of addressing health care. They won. It became the law. We had another election and we re-elected the people that were responsible for this law. Who knows, you might get some pretty good, affordable health care insurance.

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GrantMingus

Oct-01-13 10:04 AM

No, I do know. I can't keep my plan. I had good, affordable health care insurance. My premium increased 50% and my deductible doubled. We voted for the President, not one single piece of legislation and low information voters like yourself clearly turned the tides. Romney wouldn't have been any better anyways--just like McCain has proven he wouldn't have been after '08. Why is it that you suddenly don't care about the debt when a democrat is in office? You probably complained about it when it was half of what it is now under Bush--but no big deal now, right? I didn't like the debt under Bush. I despise Dick Cheney. So why don't you try and tell me more about the way I think about things...

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Truth101

Oct-01-13 12:44 PM

Then you should utilize the free enterprise system and shop for a better deal. My premiums have not gone up in two years and I now have additional benefits that I didn't have two years ago.

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GrantMingus

Oct-01-13 3:14 PM

Oh I'm sorry, I seem to remember being promised that I could keep my plan..

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ladybug

Oct-01-13 3:53 PM

You can !

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Truth101

Oct-01-13 4:04 PM

Sure you can keep your plan Grant. You said the premium went up 50% and the deductible doubled. Same plan you just have to pay more. Or, shop around. It's called free enterprise. It's no one else's fault your current health insurer is screwing you.

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GrantMingus

Oct-02-13 12:00 AM

That is not my plan. My insurer isn't screwing me, they're being screwed by bureaucrats.

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notSocialist

Oct-02-13 6:51 AM

"Whats your answer ??? "

What's yours? Never heard your plan.

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