The Reich wing insurers pay for the "subsidies" in exchange for getting 50 million currently uninsured individuals as new customers.....most of which will be paying customers. A minority of those getting on the plan will be "Medicaid" subscribers.<quoted text>
Let's examine welfare, shall we?
Corporate Welfare: taking less from producers allowing them to expand business thus increasing employment. Being able to reduce the price of their services or products to the public. Allowing corporations to become more profitable thus supporting the stock market and those of us with IRA's in the market.
General Welfare: Giving money to people that have never produced anything or contribute to society. Encouraging the expansion of poverty by giving more benefits to larger families. Using money gained from producers of this country to support the non-producers. Putting the US in more debt than we already have which will eventually have to be funded by babies not even born yet.
Commie Care is funded. Those who make less get government (there's that nasty word again) subsidies to purchase healthcare insurance. Who pays for those subsidies? The insurance companies?
Corporate welfare needs removal. We have no business propping up business models like Exxon Mobil, Walmart, and a thousand others, including corporate farming.
If the "job creators" were doing their job with the endless corporate welfare they are now receiving, where are the "jobs?" LOL.
Sorry, but there are SIX available workers for every SINGLE job available currently. That number will only worsen as we continue to allow offshoring of jobs and not imposing import tariffs. As well, choosing to attack the unemployed and underemployed by spanking their insurance, means less money in circulation that drives the economy......unemployment insurance is spent in the marketplace, not hoarded by wealthy Republican elites and used for gambling purposes on Wall Street.
Simple fix: Reverse the tax rates........tax capital gains at the marginal rate, and reduce the marginal rate for labor to the current capital gains rate.