Affordable Health Care Act
LeftIsNotRight

Springdale, AR

#32 Oct 29, 2013
Rupert B Jigglebottom wrote:
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That's the way it's worked from day one pal, love it or leave it.
Wrong again, pickle breath.
Guest

Ashburn, VA

#34 Oct 30, 2013
Rupert B Jigglebottom wrote:
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Sure they do, or the 15% of deadbeat Teagger midgets like yourself wou
D refuse to do your part in securing the American society.
Goatfart you are the deadbeat,you live off taxpayers. If you ever worked,which I doubt,you have been lying on topix for years.You got banned twice,once as Rbj,then as cathouse mouse.You are the biggest liar in the world.
Sam

United States

#36 Oct 30, 2013
I love Obamacare
Pete

Springdale, AR

#37 Oct 30, 2013
Sam wrote:
I love Obamacare
You are just a simple idiot. That's really all your comments warrant in response.
Fo Show

Little Rock, AR

#38 Oct 30, 2013
cathouse mouze wrote:
<quoted text> Show us where this is on the Arkansas website?
There is NOTHING like being a complete liar, but then since you won't be able to document the costs( which all of us really want to Know)then quit being such a blatant fool.
Also tell what your real deductibles are which actually are more than that 10% because you first have to reach that $5000 level before anything kicks in.
Cheaper than before that's BS unless you are in such a low income bracket that you could not afford the Gold plan to begin with.
So the truth is that you are getting someone elses money to help pay for your insurance... that's called redistribution of weatlh and it is plain and simple communism.
I'm sure you could tell us all kinds of stories about the hardships of being a complete liar, but your immediate concern should be with how you learn to be accepted as a complete idiot. Now, go to the Google search page and put in "Arkansas Insurance Exchange." It will show the site and you should advance to it. It explains that there are 4 Levels of Health Insurance Policies" available to Arkansans. In the Gold Level there is only one (1) policy available from Blue Cross & Blue Shield. Thats should make it very easy for you. That policy is the one we have decided on.

I have maintained my own private health insurance every since I reached the age where I was no longer eligible to stay on my parent's policy. When I got married, I added my wife and later as we had kids they were added on. Ironically, BCBS was my original carrier and they literally drove me off their policy by increasing premiums dramatically. When I switched carriers, I went to Assurant Healthcare and just 3 months after switching I discoverd that arthritis had devastated my knee joints, one ankle and one hip. Assurant, upon learning this, moved me off our family policy and put me on a separate and pretty worthless policy. This made it where we had 2 premiums with 2 deductibles and they would not pay anything for any healthcare remotely linked to my arthritis or replacement surgery for knee joints. What I later learned about BCBS was that they had gotten big in group policies and were only interesting in keeping the individual policies that were the most profitable.

So, because the AC Act eliminated the practice of refusing payment on things the companies deemed pre-existing conditions. So when we filled out the policy information, we only had to fill out the names and non health related information. This made our policy a lot cheaper and the policy itself actually provides much more expanded and comprehensive coverage than we had previously had. Why all this is so mystifying to you, I can only imagine is because you are an idiot and a blowhard idiot at that. I understand that some people purchasing private plans may see their rates increased slightly. There is no magic bullet to make these sweeping changes perfect for everybody. From the research I've done I have learned that those using these buying private plans whose premiums are slightly higher are at least getting more and better coverage. Now, this is probably more than you can digest at one time so I'll let you study on this and possibly visit the exchange so you will not be completely ignorant in addition to you other short-comings.

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Fo Show

Little Rock, AR

#41 Oct 30, 2013
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<quoted text>Goatfart you are the deadbeat,you live off taxpayers. If you ever worked,which I doubt,you have been lying on topix for years.You got banned twice,once as Rbj,then as cathouse mouse.You are the biggest liar in the world.
Gary, you are getting excited and making simple-minded post again. I know you delight so much in writing things involving goats and this "wiggerjigger" reference quite a bit. Gary, these are bright glowing signs that hover over your post state "I am not bright!"

I had hoped that we might be able to break you of these habits through positive awards but I have to say that you won't get rewarded for ignorant post. So, Gary, this is 2 cookies you will not be getting! If you don't start doing better, we're going to get you a T-shirt with an arrow point towards your head that states, "I Am Stupid!" Now, wouldn't you rather have a ccokie instead of the T-shirt?

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“Win, Lose or Tie ...”

Since: Oct 13

Raider Nation

#44 Oct 30, 2013
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Gary, you are getting excited and making simple-minded post again. I know you delight so much in writing things involving goats and this "wiggerjigger" reference quite a bit. Gary, these are bright glowing signs that hover over your post state "I am not bright!"
I had hoped that we might be able to break you of these habits through positive awards but I have to say that you won't get rewarded for ignorant post. So, Gary, this is 2 cookies you will not be getting! If you don't start doing better, we're going to get you a T-shirt with an arrow point towards your head that states, "I Am Stupid!" Now, wouldn't you rather have a ccokie instead of the T-shirt?
He seems to be on some sort of search for someone named Ronnie. The Lord can only know why. But his mental obsession with this guy causes him to see this Ronnie dude everywhere he looks. He calls me Ronnie, you Ronnie, and several others as well.

He's a freaky little cuss if you ask me.

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Guest

Ashburn, VA

#45 Oct 30, 2013
Rupert B Jigglebottom wrote:
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He seems to be on some sort of search for someone named Ronnie. The Lord can only know why. But his mental obsession with this guy causes him to see this Ronnie dude everywhere he looks. He calls me Ronnie, you Ronnie, and several others as well.
He's a freaky little cuss if you ask me.
Goatbert you are a moron,if you ask me
guest

United States

#46 Oct 30, 2013
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>Goatbert you are a moron,if you ask me
No one asked....Just Saying.
Fast Eddie

Dallas, TX

#51 Oct 30, 2013
Rupert B Jigglebottom wrote:
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You've spent three weeks asking for someone who signed up for insurance thru the ACA to step forward. When someone did, you immediately asked for proof and called this person a liar.
Who, besides no-fuk'n-body didn't see that coming?
I personally think you wreak of the smell of some jobless jerkoff who doesn't have a nickel to your name, visits the ER for your healthcare and skips out the bill, receives food stamps of which you trade for meth so you can sit up all night and complain about free-loaders on Topix.
That's what I think.
And while I'm thinking, I think you find me to be one of your greatest threats of exposing your BS for what it is.
I think that's why you're always mean to me.
:-)
So one person steps up and says it works for them when its supposed to work for all who need insurance according to democrats. Do I need to show the elephant in the room or can you figure it out all by yourself?
peace

Costa Mesa, CA

#52 Oct 30, 2013
A video clip posted by the Drudge Report that has since gone viral which shows an Obama supporter semi-incoherently blathering about how she is voting for Obama because the government gave her a free phone tragically underscores how the state exploits dependency by offering poor people trinkets while simultaneously stealing their entire economic future.

Once you have recovered from the hilarity of the video clip, the awful truth behind it begins to sink in. While this Obama voter screeches about her government-provided cellphone, Obama has been busy screwing the poor at every turn.

To clarify, the “Obama Cell Phone” program has provided 269,000 poor Americans with free phones and monthly service at a cost of over $1.6 billion dollars to the taxpayer, a figure that keeps rising every year.

The video harks back to a 2008 clip during which an Obama voter gushed about how Obama’s election victory meant she no longer had to worry about paying her mortgage or filling her car with gas.

The delusion that these people are living under knows no bounds.

Under Obama that the poor have got poorer. Poverty levels have increased to levels approaching the 1960&#8242;s.

Obama didn’t pay for your mortgage, he bailed out the mortgage companies, the predatory lenders, the big banks, and then the Federal Reserve paid them not to lend.

Obama didn’t pay for your gas, but he did pay for General Motors to ship your jobs to China.

Obama gave the green light for Ben Bernanke to engage in QE Infinity – driving up gasoline prices and driving down the value of the dollar. Under Obama, the cost of living has soared.

The only people benefiting from Obama and the Fed’s economic holocaust are the super rich who are invested in the casino stock market.

The gap between rich and poor has never been greater than under Obama. The fraction of growth for the top one percent grew at 95 per cent under Obama compared to 65 per cent under Bush.

Obama has screwed the poor.

But forget all that –“Everybody got Obama phone!”

While their entire economic future has been sold down the river, these people have allowed their votes to be bought by a free phone.
Fast Eddie

Dallas, TX

#53 Oct 30, 2013
Fo Show wrote:
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I have maintained my own private health insurance every since I reached the age where I was no longer eligible to stay on my parent's policy. When I got married, I added my wife and later as we had kids they were added on. Ironically, BCBS was my original carrier and they literally drove me off their policy by increasing premiums dramatically. When I switched carriers, I went to Assurant Healthcare and just 3 months after switching I discoverd that arthritis had devastated my knee joints, one ankle and one hip. Assurant, upon learning this, moved me off our family policy and put me on a separate and pretty worthless policy. This made it where we had 2 premiums with 2 deductibles and they would not pay anything for any healthcare remotely linked to my arthritis or replacement surgery for knee joints. What I later learned about BCBS was that they had gotten big in group policies and were only interesting in keeping the individual policies that were the most profitable.
So, because the AC Act eliminated the practice of refusing payment on things the companies deemed pre-existing conditions. So when we filled out the policy information, we only had to fill out the names and non health related information. This made our policy a lot cheaper and the policy itself actually provides much more expanded and comprehensive coverage than we had previously had. Why all this is so mystifying to you, I can only imagine is because you are an idiot and a blowhard idiot at that. I understand that some people purchasing private plans may see their rates increased slightly. There is no magic bullet to make these sweeping changes perfect for everybody. From the research I've done I have learned that those using these buying private plans whose premiums are slightly higher are at least getting more and better coverage. Now, this is probably more than you can digest at one time so I'll let you study on this and possibly visit the exchange so you will not be completely ignorant in addition to you other short-comings.
So Are you saying you are better than the affordable health car act or what?
Dangerous2BRight

Paragould, AR

#54 Oct 30, 2013
typical leftist drool
Fast Eddie

Dallas, TX

#55 Oct 30, 2013
so all I get is judge its and no intelligent reply. Well then I reply like this
After all you guys fear to debate me. see negative judge its. lol...

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we Get

UK

#56 Oct 30, 2013
Like lab rats, we run around in mazes created by our government, desperately hunting for some kind of reward at the end of the maze. Unfortunately, most of us run around in the maze our entire lives, bumping into walls and obstacles, unable to find that special reward we have been promised, never realizing that we are prisoners.

And yet, we still believe the lies that we are fed. Still we think that there is an escape if we just push ourselves a little further, if we just work a little harder that reward will suddenly appear before our eyes — but it never does.
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UK

#57 Oct 30, 2013
And yet we think we are free and have rights. Still we believe that we live in a democracy. And still we are not protesting, but are actually demanding to be treated this way because we have been led to believe it is for our own good, and for the good of our nation.

Most laws are based on oppressive, fascistic, religious, and moral bullshit that was old and outdated even when they were passed.

Still, in this day and age, we let governments control our lives, bodies, and even our minds. We let people we have never met, and will never meet, make decisions in our stead regarding how to live, what is right, what is wrong, what is important, and what is not.
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UK

#58 Oct 30, 2013
They have, in fact, more or less complete control over our lives. They guide us every step of the way, always making sure that we are chained. These chains cannot be seen, but we are always aware of them, somewhere in the back of our minds.

At birth we are given names and even numbers to identify us. As we grow older, our identity is equated with our line of work — we become what we do.“I am a lawyer”,“I am a carpenter”… We become nothing more than our jobs.

We didn’t make the laws, we didn’t set up the rules, but still we don’t seem to find any reason to question their purpose. On the contrary, we gladly accept whatever shit-law that the government passes, no matter how silly it seems. We have all become participants in the children’s story “The emperor’s new clothes”, praising whatever nonsense our so-called leaders are up to.
Fo Show

Little Rock, AR

#59 Oct 30, 2013
Fast Eddie wrote:
<quoted text> So one person steps up and says it works for them when its supposed to work for all who need insurance according to democrats. Do I need to show the elephant in the room or can you figure it out all by yourself?
No, Slow Eddie, you need to consider the site your on and not misread Topix as a factual gauge of sign up numbers. They have consistently said they will announce the numbers in mid-November and not until then. I think they're going to have to get the website up and running before you any really accurate numbers. It's a major change and will take time to get the whole program really clicking.

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Betrayed

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#61 Oct 31, 2013
BETRAYED: Democrats now admit they knew all along that millions would lose their existing health plans

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Mike Adams
Natural News
October 30, 2013

The degree of betrayal found in the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) is finally coming to the surface… and it’s intense. As a top Democrat admitted today, the Democrats knew all along that Obamacare would cause millions to lose health care coverage. Yet they continued to promote it with premeditated lies such as,“You can keep your current health plan if you like it” and “your health insurance costs will be lower than a phone bill.”

Image: Wikimedia Commons.

“We knew that there would be some policies that would not qualify and therefore people would [lose their existing coverage],” said House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer in a NationalReview.com article.

National Review goes on to report this astonishing exchange:

Asked by another reporter how repeated statements by Obama to the contrary weren’t “misleading,” Hoyer said “I don’t think the message was wrong. I think the message was accurate. It was not precise enough…[it] should have been caveated with —‘assuming you have a policy that in fact does do what the bill is designed to do.’”

In other words, lying to the public is not “wrong.” It’s accurate but not precise!

This is how Democrats think, of course: lie to the public to gain their contrived support, and then when things go wrong, shove a gun in everyone’s face to force them to comply with their Big Government mandates. That’s the entire plan of Obamacare and most socialists: obedience at gunpoint. Mao would have been proud to call Obamacare his own.

Obama administration also knew that “millions could not keep their health insurance

The lies of the Obama administration are now so blatant and undeniable that even the mainstream media is starting to expose them. NBC News reported today that “millions of Americans are getting or are about to get cancellation letters for their health insurance under Obamacare, say experts, and the Obama administration has known that for at least three years.”

NBC News goes on to report:

…50 to 75 percent of the 14 million consumers who buy their insurance individually can expect to receive a “cancellation” letter or the equivalent over the next year because their existing policies don’t meet the standards mandated by the new health care law. One expert predicts that number could reach as high as 80 percent. And all say that many of those forced to buy pricier new policies will experience “sticker shock.”

…the administration knew that more than 40 to 67 percent of those in the individual market would not be able to keep their plans, even if they liked them.

Yet President Obama, who had promised in 2009,“if you like your health plan, you will be able to keep your health plan,” was still saying in 2012,“If [you] already have health insurance, you will keep your health insurance.”

Like everything else spouted by Obama, all these claims were of course outrageous lies.
Guest

Ashburn, VA

#63 Oct 31, 2013
Cnn reports obama's ratings drop to 41%.

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