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“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#42869 Oct 5, 2013
Let's clear this up for y'all.If you can destroy a thing, you can control a thing.Let's see if Obama is too good to negotiate in six months.I am ready to destroy Obamacare, and this economy As well.Obamacare is nothing more than Redistribution of Wealth.If the govt.wants to give all Americans health care, I'M ALL FOR IT! Get out of all foreign countries, cut NASA, cut defense, and throw anybody who overcharges the govt., in jail.USE THE MONEY SAVED, give the uninsured HEALTH CARE! I don't think the guy up the street should be financially trapped paying for someone elses medical.
State of Florida

Charlotte, NC

#42870 Oct 5, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Let's clear this up for y'all.If you can destroy a thing, you can control a thing.Let's see if Obama is too good to negotiate in six months.I am ready to destroy Obamacare, and this economy As well.Obamacare is nothing more than Redistribution of Wealth.If the govt.wants to give all Americans health care, I'M ALL FOR IT! Get out of all foreign countries, cut NASA, cut defense, and throw anybody who overcharges the govt., in jail.USE THE MONEY SAVED, give the uninsured HEALTH CARE! I don't think the guy up the street should be financially trapped paying for someone elses medical.
Could you briefly tell us about the Republican Health Care Plan? Is their plan more affordable and does not financially trap the guy up the street? Tell us the Republican alternative proposal.
State of Florida

Charlotte, NC

#42871 Oct 5, 2013
State of Denial wrote:
All a misunderstanding. You can imagine the parents concerns about "There was a man at school with a gun" and they not knowing it was a police officer. The principal over reacted, and now inviting him back to school in uniform to tell the kids about his job. The cop over reacted, too, putting it on Facebook. He should have had a private discussion with the principal. Knowing the facts, I won't be writing. Much ado over nothing.
State of Florida

Charlotte, NC

#42872 Oct 5, 2013
TSF wrote:
Opps. I misspelled Marlin Stutzman's, name again.
Stutzman , Republikan-Ind., is the one of the republikans who voted to end food stamp welfare to the poor. Then Stutzamn voted to give himself $196,268 in subsidy welfare. His recent words explain that apparent conflict: "We have to get something out of this." If we give money to the poor, that is less money for the rich. Makes perfect sense to a republikan.
You hear many say, "Our country has gone to the dogs". This is a good example as to why. Multiply this by 535.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#42873 Oct 5, 2013
This is not about Obamacare. This is about changing the way our democracy operates. Right now, the majority vote prevails. This shutdown test is to see if we can have minority rule by extortionist. Republikans are not trying to shut down the government, they are trying to overthrow the government. I will oppose that effort by republikans or any other communist groups, with blood if it comes to that. If that is where this is going we might as well stop the dancing and get down to the main attraction.. Republikans talking about destroying our USA REALLY ruffles my feathers.
waco1909 wrote:
Let's clear this up for y'all.If you can destroy a thing, you can control a thing.Let's see if Obama is too good to negotiate in six months.I am ready to destroy Obamacare, and this economy As well.Obamacare is nothing more than Redistribution of Wealth.If the govt.wants to give all Americans health care, I'M ALL FOR IT! Get out of all foreign countries, cut NASA, cut defense, and throw anybody who overcharges the govt., in jail.USE THE MONEY SAVED, give the uninsured HEALTH CARE! I don't think the guy up the street should be financially trapped paying for someone elses medical.
BSS

Greer, SC

#42874 Oct 5, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
<quoted text>
Could you briefly tell us about the Republican Health Care Plan? Is their plan more affordable and does not financially trap the guy up the street? Tell us the Republican alternative proposal.
You gotta pass it, to see what's in it.
BSS

Greer, SC

#42875 Oct 5, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
<quoted text>
Could you briefly tell us about the Republican Health Care Plan? Is their plan more affordable and does not financially trap the guy up the street? Tell us the Republican alternative proposal.
"Following are the key elements of Republicans’ alternative
plan: Republicans’
Common
-
Sense
Reforms
Will LOWER HEALTH CARE COSTS
Americans want
a step
-
by
-
step, common
-
sense approach to health care reform
, not
Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s
costly,
1,990
-
page
government
takeover of our nation’s health care system
.
Republicans’
alternative solution
focuses on
lowering health care premiums for families and small businesses, increasing access to affordable,
high
-
quality care, and promoting healthier lifestyles
–
without adding to the crushing debt Washington has
placed on our chil
dren and grandchildren
. Following are the
key elements of
Republicans’
alternative
plan
:
•
Lowering health care premiums.
The GOP plan will lower health care premiums for American
families and small businesses, addressing Americans’ number
-
one priority for health care reform.
•
Establishing Universal Access Programs to guaran
tee access to affordable
care for those with pre
-
ex
isting conditions
.
The GOP plan creates Universal Access Programs that expand and reform high
-
risk pools and reinsurance programs to guarantee that all Americans, regardless of pre
-
existing
conditions or past illnesses, have access to affordable ca
re
–
while lowering costs for all Americans.
•
Ending junk lawsuits.
The GOP plan
would help end costly junk lawsuits and curb defensive medicine
by enacting medical liability reforms modeled after the successful state laws of California and Texas.
•
Prevents i
nsurers from unjustly cancelling a policy or instituting annual o
r
lifetime spending caps.
The GOP plan prohibits an insurer from cancelling a policy unless a person commits fraud or conceals
material facts about a health condition.
It also prohibits ins
urance plans from instituting annual or
lifetime spending limits.
•
Encouraging Small Business Health Plans.
The GOP plan gives small businesses the power to pool
together and offer health care at lower prices, just
as corporations and labor unions do.
•
Encouraging innovative state programs.
The GOP plan rewards innovation by providing incentive
payments to states that
reduce premiums and the number of uninsured.
•
Allowing Americans to buy insurance across state lines.
The GOP plan allows
Americans to
shop for
coverage from coast to coast
by allowing
Americans living in one state to
purchase
insurance in another.
•
Codifying the Hyde Amendment.
The GOP plan
explicitly prohibit
s
all federal funds, whether they
are authorized funds or appropriated funds, from being used to pay for abortion.
•
Promoting healthier lifestyles.
The GOP plan
promotes prevention &
wellness by giving employers
greater flexibility to financially reward em
ployees
who
adopt healthier
lifestyle
s
.
•
Enhancing Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).
The GOP plan c
reates new incentives to save for future
and long
-
term care needs by
allowing
qualified
participants to use
HSA
s
to pay premiums
.
•
Allowing dependents to
remain on their parents
’
policies
. The GOP plan e
ncourages cov
erage of
young adults on
their
parent
s
’
insurance
through age
25
State of Florida

Clover, SC

#42876 Oct 5, 2013
BSS wrote:
<quoted text>"Following are the key elements of Republicans’ alternative
plan: Republicans’
Common
-
Sense
Reforms
Will LOWER HEALTH CARE COSTS
Americans want
a step
-
by
-
step, common
-
sense approach to health care reform
, not
Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s
costly,
1,990
-
page
government
takeover of our nation’s health care system
.
Republicans’
alternative solution
focuses on
lowering health care premiums for families and small businesses, increasing access to affordable,
high
-
quality care, and promoting healthier lifestyles
–
without adding to the crushing debt Washington has
placed on our chil
dren and grandchildren
. Following are the
key elements of
Republicans’
alternative
plan
:
•
Lowering health care premiums.
The GOP plan will lower health care premiums for American
families and small businesses, addressing Americans’ number
-
one priority for health care reform.
•
Establishing Universal Access Programs to guaran
tee access to affordable
care for those with pre
-
ex
isting conditions
.
The GOP plan creates Universal Access Programs that expand and reform high
-
risk pools and reinsurance programs to guarantee that all Americans, regardless of pre
-
existing
conditions or past illnesses, have access to affordable ca
re
–
while lowering costs for all Americans.
•
Ending junk lawsuits.
The GOP plan
would help end costly junk lawsuits and curb defensive medicine
by enacting medical liability reforms modeled after the successful state laws of California and Texas.
•
Prevents i
nsurers from unjustly cancelling a policy or instituting annual o
r
lifetime spending caps.
The GOP plan prohibits an insurer from cancelling a policy unless a person commits fraud or conceals
material facts about a health condition.
It also prohibits ins
urance plans from instituting annual or
lifetime spending limits.
•
Encouraging Small Business Health Plans.
The GOP plan gives small businesses the power to pool
together and offer health care at lower prices, just
as corporations and labor unions do.
•
Encouraging innovative state programs.
The GOP plan rewards innovation by providing incentive
payments to states that
reduce premiums and the number of uninsured.
•
Allowing Americans to buy insurance across state lines.
The GOP plan allows
Americans to
shop for
coverage from coast to coast
by allowing
Americans living in one state to
purchase
insurance in another.
•
Codifying the Hyde Amendment.
The GOP plan
explicitly prohibit
s
all federal funds, whether they
are authorized funds or appropriated funds, from being used to pay for abortion.
•
Promoting healthier lifestyles.
The GOP plan
promotes prevention &
wellness by giving employers
greater flexibility to financially reward em
ployees
who
adopt healthier
lifestyle
s
.
•
Enhancing Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).
The GOP plan c
reates new incentives to save for future
and long
-
term care needs by
allowing
qualified
participants to use
HSA
s
to pay premiums
.
•
Allowing dependents to
remain on their parents
’
policies
. The GOP plan e
ncourages cov
erage of
young adults on
their
parent
s
’
insurance
through age
25
Now, has this been placed in the form of a bill to be passed by Congress, or is this just taken from the party platform?
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#42877 Oct 5, 2013
This is Obamacare exactly. So, why don't we just change the name and call it Romneycare and give republikans the credit they deserve for inventing it? Maybe then, congress can get back to work and stop paying federal employees to stay home. Too bad I am not a federal employee. I could use a good vacation surf fishing this fall.
BSS wrote:
<quoted text>"Following are the key elements of Republicans’ alternative
plan: Republicans’
Common
-
Sense
Reforms
Will LOWER HEALTH CARE COSTS
Americans want
a step
-
by
-
step, common
-
sense approach to health care reform
, not
Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s
costly,
1,990
-
page
government
takeover of our nation’s health care system
.
Republicans’
alternative solution
focuses on
lowering health care premiums for families and small businesses, increasing access to affordable,
high
-
quality care, and promoting healthier lifestyles
–
without adding to the crushing debt Washington has
placed on our chil
dren and grandchildren
. Following are the
key elements of
Republicans’
alternative
plan
:
•
Lowering health care premiums.
The GOP plan will lower health care premiums for American
families and small businesses, addressing Americans’ number
-
one priority for health care reform.
•
Establishing Universal Access Programs to guaran
tee access to affordable
care for those with pre
-
ex
isting conditions
.
The GOP plan creates Universal Access Programs that expand and reform high
-
risk pools and reinsurance programs to guarantee that all Americans, regardless of pre
-
existing
conditions or past illnesses, have access to affordable ca
re
–
while lowering costs for all Americans.
•
Ending junk lawsuits.
The GOP plan
would help end costly junk lawsuits and curb defensive medicine
by enacting medical liability reforms modeled after the successful state laws of California and Texas.
•
Prevents i
nsurers from unjustly cancelling a policy or instituting annual o
r
lifetime spending caps.
The GOP plan prohibits an insurer from cancelling a policy unless a person commits fraud or conceals
material facts about a health condition.
It also prohibits ins
urance plans from instituting annual or
lifetime spending limits.
•
Encouraging Small Business Health Plans.
The GOP plan gives small businesses the power to pool
together and offer health care at lower prices, just
as corporations and labor unions do.
•
Encouraging innovative state programs.
The GOP plan rewards innovation by providing incentive
payments to states that
reduce premiums and the number of uninsured.
•
Allowing Americans to buy insurance across state lines.
The GOP plan allows
Americans to
shop for
coverage from coast to coast
by allowing
Americans living in one state to
purchase
insurance in another.
•
Codifying the Hyde Amendment.
The GOP plan
explicitly prohibit
s
all federal funds, whether they
are authorized funds or appropriated funds, from being used to pay for abortion.
•
Promoting healthier lifestyles.
The GOP plan
promotes prevention &
wellness by giving employers
greater flexibility to financially reward em
ployees
who
adopt healthier
lifestyle
s
.
•
Enhancing Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).
The GOP plan c
reates new incentives to save for future
and long
-
term care needs by
allowing
qualified
participants to use
HSA
s
to pay premiums
.
•
Allowing dependents to
remain on their parents
’
policies
. The GOP plan e
ncourages cov
erage of
young adults on
their
parent
s
’
insurance
through age
25
Taxpayer

Oxford, NC

#42879 Oct 5, 2013
TSF wrote:
This is Obamacare exactly. So, why don't we just change the name and call it Romneycare and give republikans the credit they deserve for inventing it? Maybe then, congress can get back to work and stop paying federal employees to stay home. Too bad I am not a federal employee. I could use a good vacation surf fishing this fall.
<quoted text>
Not the governments job. Unless it is a communist one.
Taxpayer

Oxford, NC

#42880 Oct 5, 2013
obama has been promoting revenge using government resources, against conservative thought and activism. Recently two e-mails, one from obama and the other from a Regional Director was sent to all employees. In numerous powerful federal agency. These e-mails were marked confidential.
The content of these e-mails revealed the next step of obama's sinister agenda. Vilify conservative ideology and sanction acts of revenge against conservatives within the community of government employees. Any federal employee who does not toe the line better look out.
State of Florida

Clover, SC

#42881 Oct 5, 2013
Taxpayer wrote:
obama has been promoting revenge using government resources, against conservative thought and activism. Recently two e-mails, one from obama and the other from a Regional Director was sent to all employees. In numerous powerful federal agency. These e-mails were marked confidential.
The content of these e-mails revealed the next step of obama's sinister agenda. Vilify conservative ideology and sanction acts of revenge against conservatives within the community of government employees. Any federal employee who does not toe the line better look out.
Show us some verificatiion of this. How can you make something 'confidential' to ALL federal employees? Sounds like BS to me.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#42882 Oct 5, 2013
This is the exact plan that NC governor McCrory is using against liberals. He is removing worker protection for state workers making them at will employees. If they are not republican, they are gone. Besides that, McCrory is making the taxpayers surrogate sugar daddy to all his campaign groupies , giving them $100,000 + jobs doing nothing but supporting McCrory.
Taxpayer wrote:
obama has been promoting revenge using government resources, against conservative thought and activism. Recently two e-mails, one from obama and the other from a Regional Director was sent to all employees. In numerous powerful federal agency. These e-mails were marked confidential.
The content of these e-mails revealed the next step of obama's sinister agenda. Vilify conservative ideology and sanction acts of revenge against conservatives within the community of government employees. Any federal employee who does not toe the line better look out.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#42883 Oct 5, 2013
If it was confidential, how did taxpayer get it? Oh, that confidential letter must have gone out to all 800,000 federal workers who are on paid vacation now. Big secret . Congress gives themselves big raises for doing nothing and staying home. Now they are trying to buy votes from federal workers by giving them indefinite paid vacation. The average federal worker makes over $80,000 per year or $320 dollars per day. With 800,000 of them on paid vacation, we are losing $256,000,000 dollars per day for them to sit home and do nothing. Yep, that is how republikans save money? WTF?
State of Florida wrote:
<quoted text>
Show us some verificatiion of this. How can you make something 'confidential' to ALL federal employees? Sounds like BS to me.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#42884 Oct 5, 2013
Taxpayer your are of course correct.I repeat my earlier statement.If you can destroy a thing, you can control a thing.I advocate financial revolution.Stop the insane spending, at any cost.
BSS

Greer, SC

#42885 Oct 6, 2013
TSF wrote:
This is Obamacare exactly. So, why don't we just change the name and call it Romneycare and give republikans the credit they deserve for inventing it? Maybe then, congress can get back to work and stop paying federal employees to stay home. Too bad I am not a federal employee. I could use a good vacation surf fishing this fall.
<quoted text>
Show me the "exact". Been reading and even if the most advantageous plan was presented by the Republicans, you wouldn't accept it. Fact is, most of the promises made about this act was a lie. Single males have to pay for maternity? "Double Down: Obamacare Will Increase Avg. Individual-Market Insurance Premiums By 99% For Men, 62% For Women" "Based on a Manhattan Institute analysis of the HHS numbers, Obamacare will increase underlying insurance rates for younger men by an average of 97 to 99 percent, and for younger women by an average of 55 to 62 percent. Worst off is North Carolina, which will see individual-market rates triple for women, and quadruple for men." .forbes.com/sites/theapothecar y/2013/09/25/double-down-obama care-will-increase-avg-individ ual-market-insurance-premiums- by-99-for-men-62-for-women/ Read the crap for yourself.
BSS

Greer, SC

#42887 Oct 6, 2013
Wanted to make sure you could read the crap, if you have the guts.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#42888 Oct 6, 2013
I have been reading and I don't like to even think about insurance.
Obamacare has some obvious problems. Obamacare is funded, even with the government shut down. So the shutdown is pointless with a no win end game for taxpayers.. Insurance companies and doctors are , as always, going to be the only winners. It would make more sense to try to propose changes to fix problems rather than to take actions to exacerbate problems,but then we are talking about the party of stupid. At this point, I think most people are resigned to let the crash happen. In my lifetime , every time republikans get control of anything, it crashes the economy. Its just a fact of life, like mosquitos, ticks, chiggers, skunks, flies, copperheads and belligerent drunks.
BSS wrote:
Wanted to make sure you could read the crap, if you have the guts.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#42889 Oct 6, 2013
So, the young people are going to be paying for the old people, insurance wise, on Obamacare.Hard to do, since most jobs are twenty hours a week now...because of Obamacare...

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#42890 Oct 6, 2013
TSF...recall what the inflation rate was under your boy Carter? I do....

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