Section 8 waiting list indicates extr...

Section 8 waiting list indicates extreme need

There are 1 comment on the Kinston Free Press story from Nov 8, 2012, titled Section 8 waiting list indicates extreme need. In it, Kinston Free Press reports that:

It only took two days for the Section 8 housing waiting list in Kinston to go from zero to 737 people.

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Angier, NC

#1 Nov 11, 2012
LOL! Just wait until Obamacare comes into effect! Uninsured working will get hit with 1500 or more "tax" on their tax returns while the blood sucking blacks bet medicare for the kiddies at NO CHARGE! There is your change. Oh, have you been to the ER lately? Wht is now a 4 to 5 hour trip will now be 9 to 15 hours (US govt estimates) under Obamacare due to the "free medical care" they will have to give away. Doctor offices are going to accept only insured patients and drop medicare patients so the ER will be a backlog. Poor Uncle Henry just may die from his heart attack because the ER room was occupied by Ty'Quel because he had the damn sniffles! This is your damn future!

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