Obamacare outlaws insurance in three ...

Obamacare outlaws insurance in three states.

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Elaine

Houston, TX

#2 Oct 31, 2013
California: According to Peter Lee, executive director of the state's Obamacare exchange, up to 900,000 could lose their policies--not including small business employees.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/...

“Trying to be civil with idiots”

Since: Oct 09

Sarajevo, Bosnia

#3 Oct 31, 2013
"Anyone who thinks streamlining health care into an integrated system would go smoothly deserves a q ueef in their face"
- South Park
Texan

Wichita, KS

#4 Oct 31, 2013
Who said they were thinking?
fubar

San Jose, CA

#5 Oct 31, 2013
Elaine wrote:
California: According to Peter Lee, executive director of the state's Obamacare exchange, up to 900,000 could lose their policies--not including small business employees.
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/...
I live in California and insurance has NOT been outlawed here. I have health insurance and I am being bombarded with offers for health insurance. I can get insurance now, even with more than one pre-existing condition, that would have made it impossible in the past to buy insurance.
East Texas

Brookshire, TX

#6 Nov 1, 2013
If the Republicans want to be constructive and improve healthcare they would propose legislation to implement a better health delivery system. We only have to remember what our healthcare was before the affordable care act to realize it needs to be improved. The affordable care act was compromised so much before it was passed that it had flaws. The insurance companies help draft the law so it mainly benefited thereselves. Any time you muddy up the risk bases of insurance the insurance companies are going to come out the big winners
Elaine

Houston, TX

#7 Nov 1, 2013
fubar wrote:
<quoted text>I live in California and insurance has NOT been outlawed here. I have health insurance and I am being bombarded with offers for health insurance. I can get insurance now, even with more than one pre-existing condition, that would have made it impossible in the past to buy insurance.
You didn't read it, did you? Just like the Free Shit Army, you can't read.
Elaine

Houston, TX

#8 Nov 1, 2013
East Texas wrote:
If the Republicans want to be constructive and improve healthcare they would propose legislation to implement a better health delivery system. We only have to remember what our healthcare was before the affordable care act to realize it needs to be improved. The affordable care act was compromised so much before it was passed that it had flaws. The insurance companies help draft the law so it mainly benefited thereselves. Any time you muddy up the risk bases of insurance the insurance companies are going to come out the big winners
Our health care system is the finest in the world. It doesn't need any "help" from government bureaucrats. The healthcare companies did NOT draft a law that dramatically increased costs for themselves.

You are so busy blaming "rich people" and "big business" that you can't accept that this is one huge con job. When it's all settled it will become clear that it's the largest tax hike in the history of mankind.
fubar1

San Jose, CA

#9 Nov 3, 2013
Elaine wrote:
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You didn't read it, did you? Just like the Free Shit Army, you can't read.
I read your the title of your topic. INSURANCE OUTLAWED IN THREE STATES and then you mentioned Ca..I won't read anything by Breibart who I think is an ideologue and a fraud. Your topic title and then you only mention California was misleading. You need to also remember CA. has forty million people. I am just trying to keep you honest.
Elaine

Houston, TX

#10 Nov 3, 2013
fubar1 wrote:
<quoted text>I read your the title of your topic. INSURANCE OUTLAWED IN THREE STATES and then you mentioned Ca..I won't read anything by Breibart who I think is an ideologue and a fraud. Your topic title and then you only mention California was misleading. You need to also remember CA. has forty million people. I am just trying to keep you honest.
You keeping me honest is like RuPaul keeping John Wayne straight.
Lomaxx

Houston, TX

#11 Nov 3, 2013
fubar1: How many of the 40 million in Ca. are LEGAL citizens?
And YES, it does matter to me when FEDERAL TAXES are paying for them.
Keep in mind that Ca. is almost BROKE@!
Lomaxx

Houston, TX

#12 Nov 3, 2013
East Texas wrote:
If the Republicans want to be constructive and improve healthcare they would propose legislation to implement a better health delivery system. We only have to remember what our healthcare was before the affordable care act to realize it needs to be improved. The affordable care act was compromised so much before it was passed that it had flaws. The insurance companies help draft the law so it mainly benefited thereselves. Any time you muddy up the risk bases of insurance the insurance companies are going to come out the big winners
Republican's didn't start this 'YoMammaCare CRAP, so why would they try to fix SOMEONE else's problem??? You can't fix stupid either... My healthcare has been fine YEARS,(of course would like the COMPANY to pick up more of the tab, duh...) but I'm wondering if it's going up MORE to pay for the 'affordable health care' OFF MY BUTT!
Angelina, Trinity, and Polk Countys indigent folks can keep squeezing all the 'FREE CRAP' off the government(state and federal)and will damn sure keep voting democrat! Harris and Galveston Countys are getting fed up with it, just like the South is sending our Federal Tax money up north!
Lomaxx

Houston, TX

#13 Nov 3, 2013
By the way Lufkin: I'd bet none of the health insurance companies are going broke!
SOMEBODY HAS TO PAY THEM TOO!
How do expect to use $5,000/yr. worth of medical services for $200/mo.? The math just doesn't add up!!!
Elaine

Houston, TX

#14 Nov 3, 2013
Lomaxx wrote:
By the way Lufkin: I'd bet none of the health insurance companies are going broke!
SOMEBODY HAS TO PAY THEM TOO!
How do expect to use $5,000/yr. worth of medical services for $200/mo.? The math just doesn't add up!!!
You shouldn't blame the health care companies of being greedy. That's just like blaming a dog for being hungry. They exist to sell a product and make a profit. If you don't like the product, don't buy it. Oh, wait. THAT's the problem. Some A$$holes are forcing us to buy bad insurance!
fubar1

San Jose, CA

#15 Nov 4, 2013
Actually every honest survey shows that illegals working in the states contribute way more in taxes than they receive. They can't get tax refunds or social security benefits because they can not legally work under their own socials because they don't have them. If their employers are crooks then taxes are not probably collected. Any one who hires an illegal alien should go to prison and forfeit their business.
fubar1

San Jose, CA

#16 Nov 4, 2013
California has a balanced budget by the way.
Elaine

Houston, TX

#17 Nov 4, 2013
fubar1 wrote:
Actually every honest survey shows that illegals working in the states contribute way more in taxes than they receive. They can't get tax refunds or social security benefits because they can not legally work under their own socials because they don't have them. If their employers are crooks then taxes are not probably collected. Any one who hires an illegal alien should go to prison and forfeit their business.
Surveys are composed to reinforce a predetermined objective. You don't have an "honest survey" to justify your opinion. You just have more political fraud on trusting people.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#18 Nov 4, 2013
Elaine you like surveys and polls when the results agree with you. Are the only honest polls, and surveys the ones that justify YOUR OPINION? I guess that's just parr for your course.
Elaine

Houston, TX

#19 Nov 4, 2013
Texan wrote:
Elaine you like surveys and polls when the results agree with you. Are the only honest polls, and surveys the ones that justify YOUR OPINION? I guess that's just parr for your course.
Yes polls and OPINION are about all you trust. Facts never get in the way.
you hate reality

Crosby, TX

#20 Nov 4, 2013
over a period of time I have noticed a pattern of rabid defense of a certain political agenda. always by a certain group of posters. this rabid defense of (this agenda) seems to be more than just political beliefs. it smells a bit of being paid by a certain party to push the agenda, or (some posters) are doing very well by reaping the freebies, and are pushing for more. I have called no names of posters that are the main actors in this activities, but I do not think it will be hard to figure out which ones they are. lets see who does NOT like this post.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#21 Nov 4, 2013
WRONG AGAIN Elaine, I trust surveys and polls no more than I trust your biased comments. But according to you Elaine, you and those who agree with you are always right and everyone else is always wrong; it makes no difference the subject, you are the knows all sees all. Should we just declare you God? It would seem that you think you are.

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