Missouri's Prop C: Voters Set to Challenge Health Reform

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lobo

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#2 Aug 3, 2010
Hope it goes. The Civil War was fought over states rights. Missouri is a great place to live.

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american vet

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#3 Aug 3, 2010
Please vote yes on C.
dan h
Citizen of Arnold

Saint Louis, MO

#4 Aug 3, 2010
Charles Huey was out holding up a sign for Prop. C at the polling place today from what people tell be for around eight hours. That is a persons we need representing us in Jefferson City.
Peter Proud

United States

#5 Aug 3, 2010
Read the verbage carefully because it is tricky. Vote YES.
Dr Dingleberry

Mount Morris, MI

#6 Aug 3, 2010
Prop C is what motivated my fat ass to get out and vote.
open eyes

United States

#7 Aug 3, 2010
I voted for Bob Parker and Zach williams
Prop C

United States

#8 Aug 3, 2010
Vote YES!!!
Dr Dingleberry

Mount Morris, MI

#9 Aug 3, 2010
Big bad BOB
okay

United States

#10 Aug 3, 2010
If you voted yes. You didn't read the entire proposition.

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VOTE NO

Saint Louis, MO

#11 Aug 3, 2010
Personal health care is an individual responsibility!
It's not the job of our government to regulate our
health. If this bill passes, say good bye to all
alternative health care, and yes your vitamins and
nutrients as well. Why should a health conscious
person, who eats right and exercises, and doesnt
smoke and drink, pay for someone who doesn't give
a shit about their own health? Just doesn't make
sense to me.

FREE HEALTH CARE IS NOT FREE!!! LETS KEEP THE GOVERNMENT
OUT OF OUR LIVES!

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Only Me

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#12 Aug 3, 2010
If any single one of you ever tried to buy your own private health insurance you would gladly be in favor of any health care reform. Anyone that is against health care reform is either getting Medicaid, Medicare, has insurance where you work, or is irresponsible and does not have any health insurance at all. The whole issue of Health Care Reform is not about government forcing anyone to buy health insurance. It is about changing a corrupt health care system.

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Jerry

Stroudsburg, PA

#13 Aug 3, 2010
Be sure you know WHY your voting YES on PROP C.......Today Missouri voters will go to the polls to vote on a measure called Proposition C. The measure is being sold as a "referendum on health care reform." However, in reality, the measure deals very little with the entire health care reform package, and is unlikely to have any real impact on the federal legislation.
What the measure actually does is ask voters whether to allow the state of Missouri to "Deny the government authority to penalize citizens for refusing to purchase private health insurance or infringe upon the right to offer or accept direct payment for lawful health care services." It also asks whether Missourians want to, "Modify laws regarding the liquidation of certain domestic insurance companies?" The fact that Proposition C contains two provisions makes it arguably unconstitutional under Missouri law. If a voter agreed with part one, but not part two they would have to vote yes or no for both. It is somewhat like asking a girl to marry you and live with your mother in one proposal.

In plain English language, what voters are asked is whether to allow the government to mandate people to buy health insurance (as the federal health care reform package does). It is doubtful that many voters will even know they are voting on the national mandate. Nowhere in the language do the words "national health care reform" appear. The provision really only asks about one part of the health care reform package. It does not ask about other popular provisions of health care reform such as:

- The provision prohibiting the exclusion of children based on pre-existing conditions.

- The provision eventually outlawing all exclusions based on pre-existing conditions.

- The provision giving tax credits to small businesses and individuals to help them purchase insurance.

- The provision outlawing the practice of rescission, in which private insurance companies can cancel a policy if a person gets sick....know and research the All before you vote But do get out and vote
Lowglow

Warrensburg, MO

#15 Aug 3, 2010
You exteme left wingers can't get people to vote your way honestly, huh ?, so you have to try and BS us into voting your way, kind of like how you tricked us into voting for Obama.
okay wrote:
If you voted yes. You didn't read the entire proposition.

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Oh my

Piedmont, MO

#16 Aug 3, 2010
I'm sorry "Vote No", but you must have misread or misunderstood the proposition. A "no" vote is saying you are in favor of government enforced healthcare insurance. A "yes" vote is saying you are in favor of fighting that government enforced healthcare insurance regulation.

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#17 Aug 3, 2010
I didn't even know it's time to vote...sometimes I think voting is a waste of time. They're gonna do what they want in the end. Plus the people that needs help have troubles getting it and the people that get help don't really need all the hours they get.Those people are usually related to someone that works for the state.

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Florissant, MO

#18 Aug 3, 2010
Only Me wrote:
It is about changing a corrupt health care system.
Do you honestly believe that giving more control of the health care system over to the Federal Government is going to help REDUCE the level of corruption?

That is the funniest thing I have read on here today!

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oh no

Lexington, MO

#19 Aug 3, 2010
we may need health reform ,but this crap ain't it.the people have spoken.we dont want any bills rammed down our throat or backroom deals.where is the change,where is the transparency that was promised.
Jerry has got it

Saint Louis, MO

#20 Aug 3, 2010
...correct.

Since: Mar 10

Florissant, MO

#21 Aug 3, 2010
okay wrote:
If you voted yes. You didn't read the entire proposition.
I did read the entire proposition,(which is more than can be said for the idiots on Capitol Hill that voted to force this travesty on the rest of us in the first place), and that is precisely WHY I voted "yes".

Now that we have passed the bill so that Nancy Pelosi and friends could actually see what is in it, what they are finding is more and more nightmarish every day.

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Shows to go ya

Saint Louis, MO

#22 Aug 3, 2010
...that even the people are confused by the way it is written.
These snakes, both parties, can never be trusted. And a new
party doesn't have a chance because they are not corrupt enough.
Oh my wrote:
I'm sorry "Vote No", but you must have misread or misunderstood the proposition. A "no" vote is saying you are in favor of government enforced healthcare insurance. A "yes" vote is saying you are in favor of fighting that government enforced healthcare insurance regulation.

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