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Are you pleased with your current health insurance plan?

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Kozy62

Sep-16-13 7:23 AM

I say yes, but...two Doctors have already informed us tat they will not be covering us due to Obamacare. In addition, our premiums are expected to go up.

Ok, let me get this straight...our President said we could keep our Doctors and our premiums would go down but we're losing our Doctors and our premiums are going up...we were lied to.

And one of our neighbors is on a union retirement plan ad mad as a hornet because he's having to go on an exchange.

So both lied to and we voted differently...me thinks from his comments that he wants to vote again...I just want Obamacare to go away!

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Kozy62

Sep-16-13 7:29 AM

And...

‘Are you sexually active? If so, with one partner, multiple partners or same-sex partners?”

Be ready to answer those questions and more the next time you go to the doctor, whether it’s the dermatologist or the cardiologist and no matter if the questions are unrelated to why you’re seeking medical help. And you can thank the Obama health law.

“This is nasty business,” says New York cardiologist Dr. Adam Budzikowski. He called the sex questions “insensitive, stupid and very intrusive.” He couldn’t think of an occasion when a cardiologist would need such information — but he knows he’ll be pushed to ask for it.

The president’s “reforms” aim to turn doctors into government agents, pressuring them financially to ask questions they consider inappropriate and unnecessary, and to violate their Hippocratic Oath to keep patients’ records confidential.

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Kozy62

Sep-16-13 7:32 AM

So...

Embarrassing though it may be, you confide things to a doctor you wouldn’t tell anyone else. But this is entirely different.

Doctors and hospitals who don’t comply with the federal government’s electronic-health-records requirements forgo incentive payments now; starting in 2015, they’ll face financial penalties from Medicare and Medicaid. The Department of Health and Human Services has already paid out over $12.7 billion for these incentives.

Dr. Richard Amerling, a nephrologist and associate professor at Albert Einstein Medical College, explains that your medical record should be “a story created by you and your doctor solely for your treatment and benefit.” But the new requirements are turning it “into an interrogation, and the data will not be confidential.”

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GrantMingus

Sep-16-13 9:07 AM

Two people want to disagree with everything Kozy said, but you don't want to explain why? The President's little minions at work..

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Kozy62

Sep-16-13 10:27 AM

That's ok, Grant. We Christian, conservatives are used to being hated! I guess we just get used to it...

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ladybug

Sep-16-13 10:36 AM

That's a real intelligent statement Kozy

Typical !

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qcityfan

Sep-16-13 10:37 AM

obamaKare is the largest legislative and administrative disaster in the history of the republic. And it was brought to you 100% be democrats! OWN IT.

Hopefully the republicans in the House and We The People can get it defunded, otherwise you are looking at the beginning of the end.

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ladybug

Sep-16-13 10:41 AM

Yea !!

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ladybug

Sep-16-13 10:43 AM

They might as well try cause they aren't getting anything else done.

Not much chance thou,The republican party can't even agree what day of the week it is .

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GrantMingus

Sep-16-13 10:44 AM

I'm not even a christian conservative. If I had to define myself, I'd call myself an agnostic libertarian. You just have to be stupid to continue to support Obamacare. I haven't heard one good argument in favor of it for at least the last year. It's all irrational BS, most of it lies. When the unions are turning on a Dem president over it, you know it's terrible legislation.

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ladybug

Sep-16-13 10:56 AM

Well I will agree with what some people say.

Leave it go thru ,It will either fail or succeed. The they can redo it.

In the mean time it would be nice if the part timers in Washington started addressing some of our more pressing issues.

After 40 try's this defunding crap is going no where

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GrantMingus

Sep-16-13 11:15 AM

Defunding is being hijacked by political games. You're connecting two different things ladybug. They've voted successfully to REPEAL it that many times in the house. Clearly it's never made it to the Senate. Defunding is an entirely different movement.

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GrantMingus

Sep-16-13 11:16 AM

And I don't think you really get it if you don't think Obamacare is one of our most pressing issues. Like someone else said, it is the worst legislation in the history of the Republic and it will break us. But that's by design, just ask Harry Reid. Even the supporters of it in the government know it's destine to fail--it's a play at a longer term goal of forcing single payer on everyone.

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ladybug

Sep-16-13 11:30 AM

Defunding it will still end up the same way

And yes it is an issue.But there's many pressing issues that's not getting any attention for the same reason,

Politics, While these kids continue thieir games it's affecting every American because nothing is getting done,

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ladybug

Sep-16-13 11:33 AM

We where on the way to broke when Bush and Cheney gave away the house,

Instead of a $5.6 trillion debt scheduled to be paid off in 2005 .We ended up with a $10,6 debt at the end of 2008

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ladybug

Sep-16-13 11:36 AM

And don't tell me what I don't get ,

This entire country is a mess and no-one solving anything,

And it's not all Obama's or the dems fault,

Some of this crap thev'e been talking about for decades.

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ladybug

Sep-16-13 11:39 AM

And by the way.

There's plenty of things passed in the senate that goes nowhere in the house.

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ladybug

Sep-16-13 11:51 AM

delay, repeal,or defund is all the same,

As long as it has to go thru the senate and Obama

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ladybug

Sep-16-13 11:55 AM

For all hyped up Reps.

Where was all the off sets when we added 2 wars,a prescription drug,and cut taxes to the budget 12 yrs ago ?

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rpmwwe

Sep-16-13 11:55 AM

"There's plenty of things passed in the senate that goes nowhere in the house."

Yes, we have been quite fortunate in that regard. Could you imagine how really messed up things would be if all that stuff passed?

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ladybug

Sep-16-13 11:58 AM

For instance ?

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ladybug

Sep-16-13 12:01 PM

They really haven't passed anything in the house.

Considered one the least productive congress in nations history

12 % approval rating. Not bad

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Kozy62

Sep-16-13 12:17 PM

Only for the record, the latest poll (and there are more than one) put congress at 19% and Obama at 43%. Neither number is high enough to write home about.

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Kozy62

Sep-16-13 12:31 PM

And, even though it has absolutely nothing to do with the subject of healthcare, let me respond to your constant comments on how well the senate is doing...

Gun control laws passed by the senate were voted on and not passed by the house which corresponded to the wishes of the people.

Budgets...you know how badly the senate has handled that responsibility.

Farm bill passed by the house and held up by the senate due to the demand that food stamps be included in a law that has nothing to do with food stamps.

Keystone pipeline passed by the house and held up in the senate waiting on the President...(continued)...

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Kozy62

Sep-16-13 12:36 PM

...(continued)...

Pay freeze for federal workers as a part of the house budget, passed by the house and held up by the senate.

Eliminate automatic increases to congress, passed by the house and held up in the senate.

Pay of members of congress held in escrow if a budget is not agreed to, passed in the house and held up in the senate...(continued)...

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