Senators Introduce Legislation Allowi...

Senators Introduce Legislation Allowing Ohioans To Choose Healt...

There are 127 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from Mar 24, 2010, titled Senators Introduce Legislation Allowing Ohioans To Choose Healt.... In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

Two Republican state senators on Wednesday said President Barack Obama's health care plan is unconstitutional and they want a change for Ohio.

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Kiamisha Young

Reynoldsburg, OH

#1 Mar 24, 2010
Ok I don't quite understamd so if you dont have health insurance then you get fined??? What about the people who lost their jobs, and welfare doesn't offer health insurance??
Jacquie E21

United States

#2 Mar 24, 2010
They have always said that Hatred runs deep. Since the Republicans are so hell bent on trying to defeat this bill, In the name of (so they say) the People and their rights, Why didn't they file a law suite agains the Insurance companies for introducing HMO/PPO. I pay $160.00 a month for insurance and have to go in Net Work. If I and others who are paying for insurance we should be able to go where we want. HMO's/PPO's are not giving me a right to choose and I am the one paying. The real reason for the law suit is not for the right of the people but because who our president is. Republicans who are filing the lawsuit in the name of the people dont want to come out and just say they don
t like the president because of the color of his skin, but they sure are showing in their actions. As far as the National debt, you didn't complain when it was something you wanted like the unessecary money spent In Iraq based on lies but for Oil.
Jacquie E21

United States

#3 Mar 24, 2010
This is a question someone needs to ask GOP, why didnt they go to the Attorney General and file a law suit In Boston when they implemented fining people for not having insurance!!!! this practice was put in place way before President Obama Took office. Where you then GOP, with your law suits, and cairing for the peoples rights.
keith

United States

#4 Mar 24, 2010
since the republicans say that they have a better plan than why in the hell didn't you guys while you had the majority of both the house and senate. i've said it once and i'll say it again, put the people who are in washington and in our state capitals on the same retirements(social security) and drug plans and i'll bet that the system would be fixed.
Just the Fact

Columbus, OH

#6 Mar 24, 2010
The expanded use of the Commerce Clause of our Constitution is the culprit of the expanding of the Federal government over State control.

Our Constitution use to check and balance powers so that abuse by one did not over power the other authority keeping tyranny at bay.

Now, the Democrats are moving headlong into the abuse of Federal jursidiction and power over all other Constitutional powers.

How tragic that Democrats are too lazy and cowardly to act as "Free Citizens". Freedom has responsibility and consrquences. Now, we are losing the very essense of what it meant to be American.

This legislation is so terribly wrong on so many levels. God Help America.
choices

West Jefferson, OH

#7 Mar 24, 2010
I don't think the intent is to block anything. It gives people the right to say NO. What is wrong with that???
bob

Columbus, OH

#8 Mar 24, 2010
Columbus wrote:
Why the f*** would they block this, how many uninsured people in ohio NEED this. I am one of them. Get a grip, sometimes I wish we(the people of the U.S.A.) Could just get rid of our shitty government. Enough said.
none of these republicans are beotching about the deficit we have with the wars....which is in the billions of dollars and have we made any progress with us being in these wars? hell no!! this while thing is not about the pres signing this heathcare reform into law...it's about control and the stupid republicans are not in control so now they are grasping at whatever they can. they need to hang it up. they sure the h*e*l*l didn't have a better healthcare plan...for that matter they didn't have one at all. good gawd....whiners just shut the f up. the law has been passed and it's a done deal. alot of people will benefit from the new healthcare plan.
Sheila Bragg

Reynoldsburg, OH

#9 Mar 24, 2010
What is wrong with these guys? People whp already have health insurance that is not government affiliated can do so because the jobs they have lets them, people who cannot afford it gets it from the government in the form of welfare. All this new health care reform plan does insures that people will not force taxpayers to pay for their uninsured ER visits. Some people have no insurance because they will fork over the money to buy it yet care less when they go to the ER and "forget" to pay their bill. They ask for a waiver and never fill itout leaving it to taxpayers to pay. Having this new bill will stop that. Who's side are these guys on again?
Rich K

Columbus, OH

#10 Mar 24, 2010
Columbus wrote:
Why the f*** would they block this, how many uninsured people in ohio NEED this. I am one of them. Get a grip, sometimes I wish we(the people of the U.S.A.) Could just get rid of our shitty government. Enough said.
They are not trying to block this. They are just trying to make it law in Ohio that you can keep the choice to buy insurance or not. If they tried to make it a law you had to buy GM cars would you like that? Let's keep the choice in our hands and not the governments.
Zoe

Athens, OH

#11 Mar 24, 2010
Who in their right mind wants Obamacare?
Jay

Versailles, OH

#12 Mar 24, 2010
Jacquie E21 wrote:
They have always said that Hatred runs deep. Since the Republicans are so hell bent on trying to defeat this bill, In the name of (so they say) the People and their rights, Why didn't they file a law suite agains the Insurance companies for introducing HMO/PPO. I pay $160.00 a month for insurance and have to go in Net Work. If I and others who are paying for insurance we should be able to go where we want. HMO's/PPO's are not giving me a right to choose and I am the one paying. The real reason for the law suit is not for the right of the people but because who our president is. Republicans who are filing the lawsuit in the name of the people dont want to come out and just say they don
t like the president because of the color of his skin, but they sure are showing in their actions. As far as the National debt, you didn't complain when it was something you wanted like the unessecary money spent In Iraq based on lies but for Oil.
Theres a big difference between mandating you get healthcare that meets all these requirements from a Federal level, and you and a private company entering onto a contractual agreement. You CHOOSE to have the insurance you do. By that choice, you have to follow the rules of the contract. Don't like it? Find another company.

And FYI, wars have always been fought on debts. And now a question. Where in the hell is all this oil this war was "allegedly" started for?
The Real P Citizen

Columbus, OH

#13 Mar 24, 2010
The answer is NO!
A GOO/Repulse has nothing good for anybody!
Take it and shove it!
pogo 7

Columbus, OH

#14 Mar 24, 2010
Jacquie E21 wrote:
They have always said that Hatred runs deep. Since the Republicans are so hell bent on trying to defeat this bill, In the name of (so they say) the People and their rights, Why didn't they file a law suite agains the Insurance companies for introducing HMO/PPO. I pay $160.00 a month for insurance and have to go in Net Work. If I and others who are paying for insurance we should be able to go where we want. HMO's/PPO's are not giving me a right to choose and I am the one paying. The real reason for the law suit is not for the right of the people but because who our president is. Republicans who are filing the lawsuit in the name of the people dont want to come out and just say they don
t like the president because of the color of his skin, but they sure are showing in their actions. As far as the National debt, you didn't complain when it was something you wanted like the unessecary money spent In Iraq based on lies but for Oil.
i don't think anyone is concerned about the color of his skin after all he is zebra at that.it is his line of non thinking and forcing this onto us i don't have ins but i surely don't want what obamy and pelosi (translated pelosi= bul*sh@t)are trying to push down our throats .right now almost every politician in washington are in breach of duty! none of them are doing their job according to the Constitution.!! they are not upholding preexisting law already in place!!enforce immigrationper per existing laws getrid of 13 million illegal aliens that are hurting our economy,our health care our very existance.congress,obarry and BS(pelosi) are not gaurding our borders according to the constitution.no one in washington is doing their job. that is not thyeir seat in congress they are all elected officials doing a job for WE THE PEOPLE??!!OR SUPPOSED TO BE DOING.
o= one
b = big
a = ass
m = mistake
a = America
The Real P Citizen

Columbus, OH

#15 Mar 24, 2010
Bottomline people...it's racism and hatred.
They've had it in there minds that they're supporting Black Americans in some form or another.
It's madness.
Same kind of madness the Jews saw with Hitler. Same kind of Aparthied we saw with South Africa.
They spent most of their time in the covert pursuit demonizing and persecuting Blackfolk (especially males).
Every since the murder of Dr.King...many of them have spent their time turning back the clock on Civil Rights. Since they think we are too free; they don't want so- call subsidize us with 'their' tax money!
A number of them don't want us to be able to support ourselves. Nor do they want to support us.
that's the whole reason for the last thirty years of the Republican Spirit of things.
It's that simple. And we know that this is true... because it's all laid open in front of us with this healthcare bill!
The Real P Citizen

Columbus, OH

#16 Mar 24, 2010
We are a People. And we are the People!
Just like they are.
We have contributed, and contribute still today:even in such a mean-spirited enviroment.
It's a Brutha' that's trying to turn this country around for all of us... and a number of em' don't even appreciate it!
This is our country just as much as it is theirs!
We've paid with our blood sweat and tears... even more so! And our money supports this system just as much as theirs!
Support our President and stand by him!
Don't faulter.
Don't waiver. I'll be writing him and Congress my support. You must do the same!
Will Burns

United States

#17 Mar 24, 2010
Jacquie E21 wrote:
They have always said that Hatred runs deep. Since the Republicans are so hell bent on trying to defeat this bill, In the name of (so they say) the People and their rights, Why didn't they file a law suite agains the Insurance companies for introducing HMO/PPO. I pay $160.00 a month for insurance and have to go in Net Work. If I and others who are paying for insurance we should be able to go where we want. HMO's/PPO's are not giving me a right to choose and I am the one paying. The real reason for the law suit is not for the right of the people but because who our president is. Republicans who are filing the lawsuit in the name of the people dont want to come out and just say they don
t like the president because of the color of his skin, but they sure are showing in their actions. As far as the National debt, you didn't complain when it was something you wanted like the unessecary money spent In Iraq based on lies but for Oil.
These battles took place with clinton, so race is not the issue. and iraq oil if that were true oil should be trading around 30 per barrel not 60 to 90 and up.
Unbievable

Edison, NJ

#18 Mar 24, 2010
Senator Kilroy and Sherrod Brown both voted for this bill. It is their right to do so. Now it is our right to vote them out in Novenber. Its not like were hurting them. They still have their 200,000 thousand dollar salary a year and all the health care were now NOT privy to.
The Real P Citizen

Columbus, OH

#19 Mar 24, 2010
This healthcare bill is good our nation.
For us, not just for us... but everybody who is American born, bred,or legalized, who can't afford much needed Healthcare!
This is a true issue of survival. And now it's time to stand.
Those against this: their arguements are weak, baseless, and incoherent.
And they know this.
So when all the lies,the smoke,'who me?'fails: they talk smack... and or go for da' gun.
I'm a peaceful person. And we are by enlarge a peaceful people being under great and enduring duress.
I'd like to see this bill passed, by all legal means. But all of this dissention is needless,baseless,and mired in non-sensical hatred.
Sadly, I think we must be ready to stand defend ourselves and our President... with bloodshed if necessary and only as a last resort!
Lord help us all!
The Real P Citizen

Columbus, OH

#20 Mar 24, 2010
Unbievable wrote:
Senator Kilroy and Sherrod Brown both voted for this bill. It is their right to do so. Now it is our right to vote them out in Novenber. Its not like were hurting them. They still have their 200,000 thousand dollar salary a year and all the health care were now NOT privy to.
Not if I can help it... they won't!
The Real P Citizen

Columbus, OH

#21 Mar 24, 2010
Will Burns wrote:
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These battles took place with clinton, so race is not the issue. and iraq oil if that were true oil should be trading around 30 per barrel not 60 to 90 and up.
Yes Will, this is.. and has been.

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