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titonton duvaunte pants

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#13886
Nov 18, 2012
 
Save Yourself wrote:
Boy, the losing side sure does feel like they are entitled to make alot of demands. I was reading how tinfoil hat boy was saying all these employees who got fired should get no benefits. Sure, and everyone who voted for Romney and was affected by the hurricane should get no FEMA disaster relief and every rightwing Conservative caught being a hypocrite and trying to talk their mistress into getting an abortion should be tried for the attempted murder of "God's precious gift of life". Every Tea Bagger crying about the tyranny of health care should have to pay every cent of their doctor and hospital bills out of pocket. Every nutball seeing socialism hiding around every corner should be denied Social Security.
I like this game. Wonder who would win?
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Nov 18, 2012
 
titonton duvaunte pants wrote:
<quoted text> its more expensive for the same plan either way. And still it won't cover pre-existing conditions ( if it ever will for people who buy their own) untill 2016. And who knows how much more it will cost by then? Probably be like every other public run system. Always needing more funds with less and less results.
employer plan the employer pays part of the cost for an individual vs an individual plan who pays 100% of the plan which I know and its expensive and your right before obamacare pre-existing conditions were not covered.
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#13889
Nov 18, 2012
 
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>employer plan the employer pays part of the cost for an individual vs an individual plan who pays 100% of the plan which I know and its expensive and your right before obamacare pre-existing conditions were not covered.
its you're not your stupid.
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#13890
Nov 18, 2012
 
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<quoted text>are you buying private individual insurance or employer group private insurance big difference in cost.
It's a company plan as with most employees. 80% of insured Americans are through their employer. However, that may end because of Commie Care. They are going to have a minimum coverage that one can have, so if my employers plan does not meet their criteria, then he will either be forced to get better plans or he will drop insurance coverage altogether since we are not allowed to have that minimum coverage anyhow.

If he has to get better plans, then of course, we are going to have to make up that difference with after tax money. If he drops the plan, then we will have to buy our own individual plan and as you stated, it would be much more expensive.

Either way, Commie Care is a disaster and a real problem for most of us. The only possible savior is the fact that we Ohioans voted to exempt ourselves from Commie Care, but I don't know if we will be allowed to escape all parts of it. That hasn't been explained as of yet.
titonton duvaunte pants

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#13891
Nov 18, 2012
 
Yeah. So you agree they both cost more. Now go do some research. It dosent cover pre-existing conditions.
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#13892
Nov 18, 2012
 
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>employer plan the employer pays part of the cost for an individual vs an individual plan who pays 100% of the plan which I know and its expensive and your right before obamacare pre-existing conditions were not covered.
Here in Ohio, they forced insurance companies to cover preexisting condition customers a couple of years ago. A few states have had that in place for some time now.
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#13893
Nov 18, 2012
 
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Workers, consumers, taxpayers, and America’s grandchildren’s children cannot afford life and pay this debt with the $7.25 per hour Government mandated labor wage in a hundred million years.
titonton duvaunte pants

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#13894
Nov 18, 2012
 
xxxrayted wrote:
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Here in Ohio, they forced insurance companies to cover preexisting condition customers a couple of years ago. A few states have had that in place for some time now.
yeah that depends on a lot of guidlines. I would say it still dosent really fairly cover pre-existing conditions. I would say the ohio law unfairly redefines what a pre-existing condition even is in some cases.
http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/3923.57

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#13895
Nov 18, 2012
 
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Here in Ohio, they forced insurance companies to cover preexisting condition customers a couple of years ago. A few states have had that in place for some time now.
I didnt know that but there again under the McCarran–Ferguson Act its each state to Regulate the Business of Insurance. the McCarran–Ferguson Act which exempts the business of insurance from most federal regulation, including federal antitrust laws to a limited extent. The McCarran–Ferguson Act was passed by Congress in 1945 after the Supreme Court ruled in United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association that the federal government could regulate insurance companies under the authority of the Commerce Clause in the U.S. Constitution.

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Nov 18, 2012
 
titonton duvaunte pants wrote:
<quoted text> yeah that depends on a lot of guidlines. I would say it still dosent really fairly cover pre-existing conditions. I would say the ohio law unfairly redefines what a pre-existing condition even is in some cases.
http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/3923.57
I agree, there is some if ands or buts.

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#13898
Nov 18, 2012
 
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I have a better idea: everybody who wants to opt out of Commie Care, can, and leave only those who want it to pay for it all. Those of us who don't want to contribute to Social Security don't have to, and let the program be for those who want it.
I know I would be happier not paying SS and Commie Care while keeping my private insurance and handling my own retirement account. Most people would. I would be able to retire several ears earlier having higher monthly checks than SS could hand out. Plus I know it would be there when I do retire.
Come on. What are you waiting for?

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titonton duvaunte pants wrote:
That's nice of you to post a link to the Heartland Institute. They are the oil billionaires "think tank" that fight tooth and nail to refute global warming. Here's what they were refuting in the 90's. How'd that work out?

In the 1990s, the Heartland Institute worked with Philip Morris to question the link between secondhand smoke and health risks.[10][29] Philip Morris used Heartland to distribute tobacco-industry material, and arranged for the Heartland Institute to publish "policy studies" which summarized Philip Morris reports.[29][30] The Heartland Institute also undertook a variety of other activities on behalf of Philip Morris, including meeting with legislators, holding "off-the-record" briefings, and producing op-eds, radio interviews, and letters.[29][31] In 1994, at the request of Philip Morris, the Heartland Institute met with Republican Congressmen to encourage them to oppose increases in the federal excise tax. Heartland reported back to Philip Morris that the Congressmen were "strongly in our camp", and planned further meetings with other legislators.[32]

Nothing says grassroots or independent like jumping through hoops for an oil billionaire agenda. You know, the same oil billionaires who directly pay Palin, Bachmann, Perry, Gingrich and Romney. The same one's who fund the Tea Party. Funny how everyone who voted for Bush twice are the ones who now claim they don't trust either side and are "Libertarians". You can call yourself Tea Party or Libertarian or anything you want. I call it what it is. A bunch of racist rightwing Christian Conservative Republicans who were so ashamed of voting for Bush twice, that they tried to cover their tracks with a name switch. You might not have voted for Romney, but you most certainly lost the election.

Let's all take a moment to stop and think about the fact that the exact same people who lied about the dangers of second hand smoke, including a whole panel of "scientists", are the same reason why many on here don't believe in climate change. Remember when the energy industry had you guys fighting against higher effeciency lightbulbs? Now jump through the hoop like a trained poodle...oops I meant Patriot.

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#13901
Nov 18, 2012
 
So how is that strike working out for the workers at Hostess?
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Certainly hope the boss there sees the light and gives all them non greedy people a big fat raise so they can all buy their kids and I-phone for Christmas.
titonton duvaunte pants

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#13902
Nov 18, 2012
 
Save Yourself wrote:
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That's nice of you to post a link to the Heartland Institute. They are the oil billionaires "think tank" that fight tooth and nail to refute global warming. Here's what they were refuting in the 90's. How'd that work out?
In the 1990s, the Heartland Institute worked with Philip Morris to question the link between secondhand smoke and health risks.[10][29] Philip Morris used Heartland to distribute tobacco-industry material, and arranged for the Heartland Institute to publish "policy studies" which summarized Philip Morris reports.[29][30] The Heartland Institute also undertook a variety of other activities on behalf of Philip Morris, including meeting with legislators, holding "off-the-record" briefings, and producing op-eds, radio interviews, and letters.[29][31] In 1994, at the request of Philip Morris, the Heartland Institute met with Republican Congressmen to encourage them to oppose increases in the federal excise tax. Heartland reported back to Philip Morris that the Congressmen were "strongly in our camp", and planned further meetings with other legislators.[32]
Nothing says grassroots or independent like jumping through hoops for an oil billionaire agenda. You know, the same oil billionaires who directly pay Palin, Bachmann, Perry, Gingrich and Romney. The same one's who fund the Tea Party. Funny how everyone who voted for Bush twice are the ones who now claim they don't trust either side and are "Libertarians". You can call yourself Tea Party or Libertarian or anything you want. I call it what it is. A bunch of racist rightwing Christian Conservative Republicans who were so ashamed of voting for Bush twice, that they tried to cover their tracks with a name switch. You might not have voted for Romney, but you most certainly lost the election.
Let's all take a moment to stop and think about the fact that the exact same people who lied about the dangers of second hand smoke, including a whole panel of "scientists", are the same reason why many on here don't believe in climate change. Remember when the energy industry had you guys fighting against higher effeciency lightbulbs? Now jump through the hoop like a trained poodle...oops I meant Patriot.
I only used it to reference how many registered voters didn't vote this year. It makes no reference to global warming.
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#13903
Nov 18, 2012
 
Get ready for obama to get big money from oil companies for licenses to export shale gas. Billions. I love the hatred for bush yet the double standard I don't care for. You see obama is the president now. Its not that people think bush was cool and hate democrats. But you can think whatever you think.
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Nov 18, 2012
 
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I have a better idea: everybody who wants to opt out of Commie Care, can, and leave only those who want it to pay for it all. Those of us who don't want to contribute to Social Security don't have to, and let the program be for those who want it.
I know I would be happier not paying SS and Commie Care while keeping my private insurance and handling my own retirement account. Most people would. I would be able to retire several ears earlier having higher monthly checks than SS could hand out. Plus I know it would be there when I do retire.
Check history,,,SS started out as voluntary. When the Gov realized that the fund would come up short of the needs for the program, it became mandatory.
So much for the FEDS running anything properly...like SS, Medicare, medicaid, Amtrak, USPS, Freddie Mack, Fannie Mae & more. They screw up everything.
Bottom line...If the Feds can't make it work financially, they move the line, raise taxes, exclude certain others, limit payments to doctors, etc.
Medicare recipients NOW pay a monthly co-pay for a manditory tax deduction. Explain all of this & more.
Screw the federal 'control' of programs. They always mess it up.
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Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
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Just checking in to see if You and ReallyNot Speaking got that Texas Constitution thing cleared up?
yes

the congresses already rarified Texas as 4 states

all they have to do is pull the trigger to do so

why do you ask?

you lost?
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#13906
Nov 18, 2012
 
I said I don't argue with the science of global warming! My you have reading comprehension problems. I just don't agree with the tyranny that is in agenda 21.second hand smoke? Ok.
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Pops wrote:
<quoted text>Check history,,,SS started out as voluntary. When the Gov realized that the fund would come up short of the needs for the program, it became mandatory.
So much for the FEDS running anything properly...like SS, Medicare, medicaid, Amtrak, USPS, Freddie Mack, Fannie Mae & more. They screw up everything.
Bottom line...If the Feds can't make it work financially, they move the line, raise taxes, exclude certain others, limit payments to doctors, etc.
Medicare recipients NOW pay a monthly co-pay for a manditory tax deduction. Explain all of this & more.
Screw the federal 'control' of programs. They always mess it up.
income tax was supposed to be temporary too. That sounds nice added to your post.
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#13908
Nov 18, 2012
 
So who did you guys vote for governer in ohio in 2010?

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