When do we have to buy heath insurance?

When do we have to buy heath insurance?

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“The Serpent is Rising”

Since: Oct 13

Somerset, KY

#1 Oct 2, 2013
Have they set the deadline, just yet?
HealthCare

London, KY

#2 Oct 2, 2013
March 31, 2014
Truth

Brownsville, TN

#3 Oct 3, 2013
They said on the news that you had up to 6months after the bill was passed oct the First
iknow

Barbourville, KY

#4 Oct 3, 2013
there are a lot of misinformation about the new law. there are plenty of exemptions where you don't have to buy, if you have medicare or Medicaid. I would go to healthcare.gov and get more info.
gator

United States

#5 Oct 3, 2013
Ive never had to insure my heath bar

“The Serpent is Rising”

Since: Oct 13

Somerset, KY

#6 Oct 3, 2013
I'm quite surprised the American people will let the Government tell them they HAVE To BUY something, but then again I'm not that surprised either.
Wounded Eagle

Puyallup, WA

#7 Oct 3, 2013
Jonas Pzalter wrote:
I'm quite surprised the American people will let the Government tell them they HAVE To BUY something, but then again I'm not that surprised either.
Not quite everyone. I won't. I will probably make it on some list as a bad guy, but that's OK. You have to start somewhere. I am flying my American Flag upside down as a symbol. Why don't the rest of you that display the flag outside do the same? I live by a highly trafficked highway and am sure people have and will see it. That's what I can do for now.
YEAR 0001

Barbourville, KY

#8 Oct 3, 2013
Wounded Eagle wrote:
<quoted text>Not quite everyone. I won't. I will probably make it on some list as a bad guy, but that's OK. You have to start somewhere. I am flying my American Flag upside down as a symbol. Why don't the rest of you that display the flag outside do the same? I live by a highly trafficked highway and am sure people have and will see it. That's what I can do for now.
because its a signal of distress and a breech of flag etiquite.
Wounded Eagle

Puyallup, WA

#9 Oct 3, 2013
YEAR 0001 wrote:
<quoted text>because its a signal of distress and a breech of flag etiquite.
It is not a breech of Flag ettiquite. It is acceptable when the need arises and if you don't think this country is in dire straits then you need to go ask your mommy.
YEAR 0001

Barbourville, KY

#10 Oct 3, 2013
Wounded Eagle wrote:
<quoted text>It is not a breech of Flag ettiquite. It is acceptable when the need arises and if you don't think this country is in dire straits then you need to go ask your mommy.
you're just not right about very much are you?
YEAR 0001

Barbourville, KY

#11 Oct 3, 2013
http://www.usa-flag-site.org/etiquette.shtml

The flag should be lighted at all times, either by sunlight or by an appropriate light source.
The flag should be flown in fair weather, unless the flag is designed for inclement weather use.
The flag should never be dipped to any person or thing. It is flown upside down only as a distress signal.
The flag should not be used for any decoration in general. Bunting of blue, white and red stripes is available for these purposes. The blue stripe of the bunting should be on the top.
The flag should never be used for any advertising purpose. It should not be embroidered, printed or otherwise impressed on such articles as cushions, handkerchiefs, napkins, boxes, or anything intended to be discarded after temporary use. Advertising signs should not be attached to the staff or halyard.
The flag should not be used as part of a costume or athletic uniform, except that a flag patch may be used on the uniform of military personnel, fireman, policeman and members of patriotic organizations.
The flag should never have any mark, insignia, letter, word, number, figure, or drawing of any kind placed on it, or attached to it.
The flag should never be used for receiving, holding, carrying, or delivering anything.
When the flag is lowered, no part of it should touch the ground or any other object; it should be received by waiting hands and arms. To store the flag it should be folded neatly and ceremoniously.
The flag should be cleaned and mended when necessary.
When a flag is so worn it is no longer fit to serve as a symbol of our country, it should be destroyed by burning in a dignified manner.
YEAR 0001

Barbourville, KY

#12 Oct 3, 2013
Wounded Eagle wrote:
<quoted text>It is not a breech of Flag ettiquite. It is acceptable when the need arises and if you don't think this country is in dire straits then you need to go ask your mommy.
you should go back to your truck payment posts,they make more sense than your mindless babble
gator

United States

#13 Oct 3, 2013
YEAR 0001 wrote:
<quoted text>you should go back to your truck payment posts,they make more sense than your mindless babble
I make truck payments get it right you dweeb!!!
YEAR 0001

Barbourville, KY

#14 Oct 3, 2013
gator wrote:
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I make truck payments get it right you dweeb!!!
A copy cat is just a little more loser than the original

“The Serpent is Rising”

Since: Oct 13

Somerset, KY

#15 Oct 3, 2013
Wounded Eagle wrote:
<quoted text>Not quite everyone. I won't. I will probably make it on some list as a bad guy, but that's OK. You have to start somewhere. I am flying my American Flag upside down as a symbol. Why don't the rest of you that display the flag outside do the same? I live by a highly trafficked highway and am sure people have and will see it. That's what I can do for now.
They're going to penalize citizen's on their taxes, who do not purchase the insurgence.
jack

Middlesboro, KY

#16 Oct 3, 2013
Jonas Pzalter wrote:
<quoted text>They're going to penalize citizen's on their taxes, who do not purchase the insurgence.
if your low income, which if you live in know county more than likely you are, you will qualify for a gov subsidies.
medic

United States

#17 Oct 4, 2013
you dont
Shame

London, KY

#18 Oct 4, 2013
jack wrote:
<quoted text> if your low income, which if you live in know county more than likely you are, you will qualify for a gov subsidies.
Come back here and tell us how great it is after you sigh up. Then you can comment on the subsidies you get. YOU DON'T KNOW JACK
Shame

London, KY

#19 Oct 4, 2013
Anyone signed up yet? Please post your cost if you have. hahahahaha

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#20 Oct 4, 2013
My State Needs Obamacare. Now.
By STEVE BESHEAR
Published: September 26, 2013 359 Comments
FRANKFORT, Ky.— SUNDAY morning news programs identify Kentucky as the red state with two high-profile Republican senators who claim their rhetoric represents an electorate that gave President Obama only about a third of its presidential vote in 2012.
So why then is Kentucky — more quickly than almost any other state — moving to implement the Affordable Care Act?
Because there’s a huge disconnect between the rank partisanship of national politics and the outlook of governors whose job it is to help beleaguered families, strengthen work forces, attract companies and create a balanced budget.
It’s no coincidence that numerous governors — not just Democrats like me but also Republicans like Jan Brewer of Arizona, John Kasich of Ohio and Rick Snyder of Michigan — see the Affordable Care Act not as a referendum on President Obama but as a tool for historic change.
That is especially true in Kentucky, a state where residents’ collective health has long been horrendous. The state ranks among the worst, if not the worst, in almost every major health category, including smoking, cancer deaths, preventable hospitalizations, premature death, heart disease and diabetes.
We’re making progress, but incremental improvements are not enough. We need big solutions with the potential for transformational change.
The Affordable Care Act is one of those solutions.
For the first time, we will make affordable health insurance available to every single citizen in the state. Right now, 640,000 people in Kentucky are uninsured. That’s almost one in six Kentuckians.
Lack of health coverage puts their health and financial security at risk.
They roll the dice and pray they don’t get sick. They choose between food and medicine. They ignore checkups that would catch serious conditions early. They put off doctor’s appointments, hoping a condition turns out to be nothing. And they live knowing that bankruptcy is just one bad diagnosis away.
Furthermore, their children go long periods without checkups that focus on immunizations, preventive care and vision and hearing tests. If they have diabetes, asthma or infected gums, their conditions remain untreated and unchecked.
For Kentucky as a whole, the negative impact is similar but larger — jacked-up costs, decreased worker productivity, lower quality of life, depressed school attendance and a poor image.
The Affordable Care Act will address these weaknesses.
Some 308,000 of Kentucky’s uninsured — mostly the working poor — will be covered when we increase Medicaid eligibility guidelines to 138 percent of the federal poverty level.

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