Uhm….They are now on their parents’ insurance, if below 24 (you’re not paying for that), and soon they will be able to buy insurance from a private insurer at a govt. guaranteed rate (again, you’re not paying for that), otherwise, without Obamacare, they would be dependent on the state (you paying for that) and would only be able to get care when they are very ill by going into any emergency room they choose (at your expense—and sending people to an emergency room for primary care is a big and stupid expense).<quoted text>Add to that the 30 plus million uninsured and twenty-somethings living at home without jobs who are now covered under Obamacare. This also payed for by the other 53%.
Psst…the bailout was meant to be temporary. And you do know it started under Bush….? Just checking.<quoted text> Then there are the auto workers who were temporarily payed off, and are quickly running out of that bailout.
But, hey! Putting all those people out on the street, rather than LOANING the company to continue on, that would be a good idea!!! We won't have to pay for those people!!!!!!
Yep! Those trickle-down Bush tax-cut dollars should be turning the economy round, right about now….How long’s it been? Eleven years?On the other side is the upper class who have done quite well during this time.
You mean the upper end of the 47%? The people who are working hard, paying their FICA, their SS Taxes, getting deductions for their kids….Those people?<quoted text> On the other side is the upper class who have done quite well during this time. In the middle is the former middle class. Decimated, barely surviving with multiple low paying jobs.
You wouldn’t know a fact if it came up and smacked you on the ass.<quoted text> That's the simple, and I think pretty accurate facts.
What the fluck is THAT supposed to mean?<quoted text>What we are left with is a same sex political marriage. I'm just one kid who is sick and angry with the perversion of our National family.