Health Care Vote Will Effect Everyone

Full story: Fox4KC 32
Health experts agree that Sunday's vote on health care reform will have a direct effect on everyone across the country including people in Kansas City. Full Story
First Prev
of 2
Next Last
Mike

Kansas City, MO

#1 Mar 21, 2010
I am lucky enough to have health insurance through my work. And I agree that something needs to be done to the insurance companies and the way they do business. But what I don't understand is why I should support this form of "reform". All I see that is going to happen is my insurance premiums and copays are going to go through the roof just so the crack whore who lives down the street and her 5+ kids can get healthcare for free!! She already is on welfare and foodstamps that I have to pay for through taxes, and she also has no intention of trying to get a real job and trying to take take care of herself as long as the government is there to bail her out.
stealth

United States

#2 Mar 21, 2010
Popping out babies is a full time job for these freeloaders who we must pay for.
Granny

Fort Riley, KS

#3 Mar 21, 2010
Yes, I have helped support the free loaders for years.
David

Lawrence, KS

#4 Mar 21, 2010
Health care will not effect everyone. It may _affect_ everyone. C'mon guys/editors.
Kory

Kansas City, KS

#5 Mar 21, 2010
the use of "Effect" in the title is wrong. it should be "Affect."

I'm sorry, but grammatical errors drive me insane, especially since this is a news channel.

Love the morning crew, though! Go Mark, Don, Loren, Nick, and Bill!!! Watch you guys every morning!!
ummmhello

Olathe, KS

#6 Mar 21, 2010
You do know that the "freeloaders" already have healthcare paid by the gov, right?
This reform is for those that are trying...they don't qualify for gov. assistance but can't find affordable health care.
stealth

United States

#7 Mar 21, 2010
Some things in this country are really screwed up. We now have a Kenyan President, the census taking is done by the White House and Health of our nation's citizens will be administered by the IRS. HELLO!!!!
Pat Indep Mo

Saint Joseph, MO

#8 Mar 21, 2010
A real great day for the hard working in this country to give another freebee to the worthless lazy a@@@ that think it's owed to them. It over yet, we aren't going down without a fight
pat H

Independence, MO

#9 Mar 22, 2010
AARP took a poll this Am --83% of the voters agree with health plan.
Why don't I hear things like that from you ??
Oh yes, I know why --because you are FOX---the ones that also sponser Rush and Glen Beck
rickster

United States

#10 Mar 22, 2010
pat H wrote:
AARP took a poll this Am --83% of the voters agree with health plan.
Why don't I hear things like that from you ??
Oh yes, I know why --because you are FOX---the ones that also sponser Rush and Glen Beck
I am a member of AARP and I never receive a phone call or email regarding my views on the bill....maybe it's because I have sent them emails to voice my DISatisfaction with their stand on the health care issue? Could this poll have been weighted so the results came out positive (in support of their stand all along)?
rickster

United States

#11 Mar 22, 2010
Mike wrote:
I am lucky enough to have health insurance through my work. And I agree that something needs to be done to the insurance companies and the way they do business. But what I don't understand is why I should support this form of "reform". All I see that is going to happen is my insurance premiums and copays are going to go through the roof just so the crack **** who lives down the street and her 5+ kids can get healthcare for free!! She already is on welfare and foodstamps that I have to pay for through taxes, and she also has no intention of trying to get a real job and trying to take take care of herself as long as the government is there to bail her out.
Well stated! We are now legally obligated to support those who will not even try to take care of themselves in any way or means! Why should they when, as you stated, they are being given a way of life that excludes any effort on their part?
Free is free

Boise, ID

#12 Mar 22, 2010
Better than 80% of voters who pay no taxes and stand to get something for nothing approve of this plan. Good for them - more freebies at the expense of productive people. I'm sure this will bring everyone down to the same level. Good stuff.

On the bright side, maybe it'll force the Federal govt to address our porous borders. We can't afford to give freebies to the entire world, so we're going to need to get control over the influx of new citizens.
Rick D Westgate

United States

#13 Mar 22, 2010
I say its about time and wish everyone would wake up and see that this is something needed,I can't beleave how harsh and selfish a people so many in this country have become,I don't understand where all the middle income people in this country are coming from if there against this bill your being miss lead to beleave your in the same catagorie as a Rush Linbough or other rich people in this country Wal -mart and others in this wealth catagorie are the problem we all pay a higher persent of our income into taxes than these people,the country hasn't changed that much the haves are still try'n to keep from paying anymore taxes than they have to thats what this all boiles down to its not like this country is really broke drickle down we can't count on they've made it from all of us in one way or anougher lets start make'n them pay there fair share the same persentege we all do across the board and will be find.
stealth

United States

#14 Mar 22, 2010
pat H wrote:
AARP took a poll this Am --83% of the voters agree with health plan.
Why don't I hear things like that from you ??
Oh yes, I know why --because you are FOX---the ones that also sponser Rush and Glen Beck
Those (83%) were people with Dementia and Alz. They thought the question pertained to healthcare they had, which is much better than what they will be getting in the future. When AARP endorsed Obamacare, thousands upon thousands dropped their membership with the orgainization. Same for the AMA. It's membership didn't endorse Obamacare, it's leadersip did.
sks

Kansas City, MO

#15 Mar 22, 2010
stealth wrote:
Some things in this country are really screwed up. We now have a Kenyan President, the census taking is done by the White House and Health of our nation's citizens will be administered by the IRS. HELLO!!!!
scary isn't it?
sks

Kansas City, MO

#16 Mar 22, 2010
Rick, if you want to pay more than half your income in taxes, you go right ahead. I'm gonna fight for mine. I am already in the highest tax bracket there is. Companies are in a whole other tax bracket. That's why WalMart donates so much in form of dollars and product. They get tax breaks. I can't afford to donate because they already take 34% of my pay for taxes that I will get no benefit from because they are giving it to those who are here "illegally". WE the tax payers, are supporting the whole world because the stupid government keeps giving it to those who break the law. Go figure. They are paying their own kind.
Bill

Leawood, KS

#17 Mar 22, 2010
sks wrote:
Rick, if you want to pay more than half your income in taxes, you go right ahead. I'm gonna fight for mine. I am already in the highest tax bracket there is. Companies are in a whole other tax bracket. That's why WalMart donates so much in form of dollars and product. They get tax breaks. I can't afford to donate because they already take 34% of my pay for taxes that I will get no benefit from because they are giving it to those who are here "illegally". WE the tax payers, are supporting the whole world because the stupid government keeps giving it to those who break the law. Go figure. They are paying their own kind.
I would doubt Rick pays any taxes. Remember that 10% of the citizens that actually pay taxes contribute 95% of the federal taxes. The rest just complain about how miserable it is to live in the states.

I retired and burried my money in the back yard because Obama will find a way to get it otherwise. So now, I am just a po man with no income. Screw him!
WAKE UP

Kansas City, MO

#18 Mar 22, 2010
ummmhello wrote:
You do know that the "freeloaders" already have healthcare paid by the gov, right?
This reform is for those that are trying...they don't qualify for gov. assistance but can't find affordable health care.
Freeloaders also include the illegals that use the emergency room as a doctor's office and dont pay their bill. Obama is also, in the background, pushing through immigration reform, to make them legal,thus eligible for health insurance programs.

IF he cant keep American voters, he is going to make new American voters, that will vote the way they have been told, because they are so stupid, they believe the government knows what is best for them.
WAKE UP

Kansas City, MO

#19 Mar 22, 2010
Bill wrote:
<quoted text>
I would doubt Rick pays any taxes. Remember that 10% of the citizens that actually pay taxes contribute 95% of the federal taxes. The rest just complain about how miserable it is to live in the states.
I retired and burried my money in the back yard because Obama will find a way to get it otherwise. So now, I am just a po man with no income. Screw him!
Get it out of your backyard and buy foreign currency. When the dollar hits the skid, you can buy back millions with foreign currency.
WAKE UP

Kansas City, MO

#20 Mar 22, 2010
stealth wrote:
<quoted text>
Those (83%) were people with Dementia and Alz. They thought the question pertained to healthcare they had, which is much better than what they will be getting in the future. When AARP endorsed Obamacare, thousands upon thousands dropped their membership with the orgainization. Same for the AMA. It's membership didn't endorse Obamacare, it's leadersip did.
That's because they are old, and need to hurry up and die and make room for younger more liberal people, that really have a grasp on the new world.(end sarcasm)

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker
First Prev
of 2
Next Last

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Mission Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Treasonous legislation by Kansas legislature? Dec 22 Chris Roesel 3
Battle of Bulge vet still shivers at the memory Dec 21 IvoryLovesEbony 1
Michael Lombardo admits being a bookie, latest ... (Aug '10) Dec 20 brittne dezn 7
Tutera Group head Joe Tutera subject of lawsuit... (Mar '14) Dec 20 Cat 4
Davis Christmas video Dec 17 Bdavis 1
Join Us for the 12/6 Chili Dinner Nov '14 Pamela Collins 1
First same-sex couple weds in Kansas at Johnson... Nov '14 cab 3
Mission Dating
Find my Match
More from around the web

Mission People Search

Addresses and phone numbers for FREE

Mission News, Events & Info

Click for news, events and info in Mission

Personal Finance

Mortgages [ See current mortgage rates ]

NFL Latest News

Updated 8:25 am PST

NBC Sports 8:25AM
Jeff Fisher thought Josh Brown should have been ejected for kick
NBC Sports11:06 AM
Preston Parker fined $15,000 for role in brawl with Rams
ESPN12:17 PM
Giants' Jenkins irked after getting $16K fine
NBC Sports12:47 PM
6 Giants fined by NFL for actions in Rams game - NBC Sports
NBC Sports 2:23 PM
Ogletree, Laurinaitis 1-2 in tackles entering finale - NBC Sports