I'm fortunate to be in the business of customer service where I talk to dozens of people every single week. You don't need to take polls, all you have to do is have friendly conversations.<quoted text>
Was that from a poll you took on a cigarette break?
Much different than staring at a television set all day long or perhaps going to internet sites that you know have people that will agree with you. How can any working person believe that it's fair for government to take their money and give it to somebody else less deserving of that money? You don't think I see red flashing lights when somebody has that political view and states they work?
As a working person, let me tell you what I would think if somebody posted my situation:
The first thing I would be concerned about is if the same thing could happen to me. No hint of that concern from any of you. Secondly, I would have to ask myself the question as to if I would be able to cough up $500.00 per month every month year round if my employer dropped my healthcare coverage--worse for a person that provided for his family. Again, not even a thought in any of your heads.
Instead, you rant on about how I optionally didn't get coverage as if I could afford it. Then go on about how easy it is to come up with that kind of money after paying bills and so forth.
What does this tell me? It tells me you people don't work. To make the claim that it would be so easy to "adjust" to losing your health insurance tells me you couldn't possibly have a legitimate job where this would be a concern for you as it is me. Because if you people did work, it would bother you deeply as the exact same thing could happen to you. It should frighten any real working person.