Tea Party "Let the Uninsured Die"

Tea Party "Let the Uninsured Die"

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Cracker

Savannah, GA

#1 Oct 13, 2013
The Republican Tea Party solution to Uninsured Americans is "Let Them Die."
These So-Called Christian, Ayn Rand loving Tea Party Republicans would have us believe that some weird kind of "Tea Party Jesus" would stand with the Tea Party in front of Hospital Emergency rooms and turn sick, injured and dying patients away If they have No Money or Health Insurance.

Some Republicans, like Mitt Romney, say the Uninsured can use the Emergency Rooms for Treatment. That is not FREE! Those Bills are paid for with State Taxes, and County Property Taxes.
Look it up; (Your) County Taxes-Indigent Care

Republicans Tell Wolf Blitzer If Someone Does Not Buy ...
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Republicans Tell Wolf Blitzer If Someone Does Not Buy Insurance Let Them Die ... 5:06 GOP Tea Party to Uninsured ... 9:49 Wolf Blitzer To Hilary ...
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Wolf Blitzer | Tea Party Debate | Cheer Let Him Die | Mediaite
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In one of several recent ugly audience reactions at Republican debates, several in the crowd at last night's CNN/Tea Party Express debate hooted their ...
Cracker

Savannah, GA

#2 Oct 13, 2013
Ron Paul at GOP debate: Tea Party fanatics say 'let uninsured ...
www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2037066
CNN host Wolf Blitzer had asked Ron Paul at the Tea Party debate in Florida if an uninsured young man in a coma should be left to die, when audience ...
Tea Party Debate Audience Cheered Idea of Letting Uninsured ...

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Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul speaks during the presidential debate sponsored by CNN and The Tea Party Express at the Florida State ...
Rick Perry Is Scared of His Tea Party Audience
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... Let Them Die! Wolf Blitzer is "watching very closely" in Tampa, Florida tonight as he moderates a CNN/Tea Party debate ... people I know who are tea party ...
Cracker

Savannah, GA

#3 Oct 13, 2013
The Tea Party Pledge….« RJ's Corner
rjscorner.net/2013/10/09/the-tea-party-pledge Cached

Wolf Blitzer basically let the guy hang ... not Texas but Florida.... This got
me to thinking that all these Tea Party yahoos are always screaming that ...

This kind of thinking comes from the books of Ayn Rand, NOT, the Holy Bible

Wolf Blitzer, Florida Tea Party, Let Them Die - Video Results
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.Play VideoTea Party Crowd Cheers 'Let Him Die'@ GOP Debate!
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.Play VideoCrowd Yells Let Him Die
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Tea Party Debate Audience Cheered Idea of Letting Uninsured ...
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Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul speaks during the presidential debate sponsored by CNN and The Tea Party Express at the Florida State ...
Cracker

Savannah, GA

#4 Oct 13, 2013
WWJD- What Would Jesus Do? Jesus would be kicking the TeaBaggers in the behind
When are Christians going to get it through their heads that the EXTREME RIGHT is just as bad as the Extreme Left????
In my opinion the Extreme Right is Far Worse, because they claim to be Christians.

Tea Party Crowd Cheers Letting Uninsured Die - YouTube
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1:32 Tea Party: Let Uninsured Die by cymnadr 30,808 views; 1:11 Republicans Cheer Texas Death Penalty at GOP Debate by jim hoft 101,697 views;
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Medicaid Expansion Plans Stall As GOP Governors, Legislators ...
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In addition to financing health care coverage for uninsured poor ... is viewed as a likely statewide candidate in 2018 in a state where the tea party ...

GOP Tea Party Debate: Audience Cheers, Says Society Should ...
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GOP Tea Party Debate: Audience Cheers, Says Society Should Let Uninsured Patient Die
Cracker

Savannah, GA

#5 Oct 13, 2013
WWJD- What Would Jesus Do?

Hospital Bills Unpaid as S.C. Shuns Medicaid Expansion ...
www.businessweek.com/news/2012-07-09/hospital... ... Cached
Hospital Bills Unpaid as S.C. Shuns Medicaid Expansion.... a Tea Party-backed Republican,..., burdened by serving patients too poor to pay.
Carlos

Candler, NC

#6 Oct 13, 2013
Democrats: Charge them out-the-ass for insurance and when they can't pay it, fine 'em. That's a great plan.

My insurance is going up $212 month. Thank you Obama country ruiner.
Cracker

Savannah, GA

#7 Oct 13, 2013
Tea Party Texas Governor Rick Perry is not making all Texans happy.

Health Officials Decry Texas' Snubbing Of Medicaid Billions : NPR
www.npr.org/2013/05/23/186303141
The state of Texas is turning down billions of federal dollars that would have paid for health care coverage for 1.5 million poor Texans. By refusing to ...
Cracker

Savannah, GA

#8 Oct 13, 2013
Carlos wrote:
Democrats: Charge them out-the-ass for insurance and when they can't pay it, fine 'em. That's a great plan.
My insurance is going up $212 month. Thank you Obama country ruiner.
Well let us see what we can do about your problem..... You can always move to Canada. If you make $50,000 to $60,000 U.S. Dollars a year, your family of 5 would cost you about $86.00 a month for FULL Health Care, with No Deductibles, No Co-Pays, and No Caps on coverage.It covers drugs, doctors, hospitals, and all other costs of Health Care.

The last time I checked, I was paying More than TEN Times as much as a Canadian in my shoes pays.

Even Mexico has National Health Care......The USA is the ONLY country in the world that does Not have National Health Care...
Cracker

Savannah, GA

#9 Oct 13, 2013
American Doctors and Nurses have been working for National Health Insurance in America for years.
These American Doctors and Nurse support Single Payer Health Coverage for all U.S. Citizens.

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Cracker

Savannah, GA

#11 Oct 13, 2013
I wasn't for Obamacare, although I think it is better than nothing. I was for Single Payer National Health Care, which was brought up, but shot down coming out of the chute by Republicans, most of whom, are on the payroll of Health Care Insurance Companies.

I am not a LIBERAL, I consider myself to be a Middle of the Road Democrat.

I firmly support the Death Penalty in All "Smoking Gun" Murder cases. I don't support the Death Penalty based on circumstantial evidence.
I would support pulling quite a few Convicted Murderers out of jail and publicly hanging them.

I am not a bleeding heart liberal, I believe America's duty is to take care of American citizens, not Mexicans, nor any other foreign nationals.

Even Democratic President Franklin D. Roosevelt deported Mexican Nationals during the "Great Depression." And the oft repeated Lie that Mexicans are only doing jobs Americans won't do is a bare-faced LIE, no matter who tells it.

Who did the Roofing before the Illegals came in? The Carpentry work? the Brick Work? the Drywall? the Painting? the Plumbing, the Electrical Work, etc
If Americans won't do these jobs, then you are saying nobody did these jobs before the Illegals got here.
Crazy BS.
Carlos

Candler, NC

#12 Oct 13, 2013
Cracker wrote:
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Well let us see what we can do about your problem..... You can always move to Canada. If you make $50,000 to $60,000 U.S. Dollars a year, your family of 5 would cost you about $86.00 a month for FULL Health Care, with No Deductibles, No Co-Pays, and No Caps on coverage.It covers drugs, doctors, hospitals, and all other costs of Health Care.
The last time I checked, I was paying More than TEN Times as much as a Canadian in my shoes pays.
Even Mexico has National Health Care......The USA is the ONLY country in the world that does Not have National Health Care...
I am not moving to Canada for their sorry plan where they wait months to see a doctor. I'll pay my insurance. My beef is that I'm sick of paying for everyone else's too. And their Obamaphone. And their food stamps. And their disability because they just got out of rehab and "can't" work. Oh and their local housing subsidy. Living off the workers is a job now. It's a great plan if you're a lazy deadbeat. There are already more on the dole than there are workers supporting them. Something has got to give. Soon I will not be contributing to them but taking my social security which I have paid into all my life.
Cracker

Savannah, GA

#13 Oct 13, 2013
In my work I came into contact with hundreds of Canadians, they said, "None of their families, nor anyone they know has Ever had to wait to see a doctor.

The Canadians also said they can go to any doctor they want to see.
They said YOU are the one who has HMO's and PPO's telling you which doctors you can and cannot see.

I am having to Wait to see a doctor right now because he is not taking any new patients at this time. The Same Thing happens in Canada with Popular doctors.
And THAT, my friend, is the source of the Republican LIE! Right now, I can't see the doctor that I want to see, and I am having to wait for Health Service right here in America.

The Canadians all say, they see the Republicans on Television telling Lies about Canadian Health Care.

And they think we are stupid to put up with the same system they once had.
ALL Canadian politicians Liberals and Conservatives endorse Canadian National Health Care OR they don't get elected.
Carlos

Candler, NC

#14 Oct 14, 2013
Obama - the downfall of this great country.
Carlos

Candler, NC

#15 Oct 14, 2013
Cracker wrote:
In my work I came into contact with hundreds of Canadians, they said, "None of their families, nor anyone they know has Ever had to wait to see a doctor.
The Canadians also said they can go to any doctor they want to see.
They said YOU are the one who has HMO's and PPO's telling you which doctors you can and cannot see.
I am having to Wait to see a doctor right now because he is not taking any new patients at this time. The Same Thing happens in Canada with Popular doctors.
And THAT, my friend, is the source of the Republican LIE! Right now, I can't see the doctor that I want to see, and I am having to wait for Health Service right here in America.
The Canadians all say, they see the Republicans on Television telling Lies about Canadian Health Care.
And they think we are stupid to put up with the same system they once had.
ALL Canadian politicians Liberals and Conservatives endorse Canadian National Health Care OR they don't get elected.
You want to pay more taxes? Feel free. I do not.

"Summed up, the average Canadian family faced a tax bill of $30,792 in 2011 against income of $74,233. That means 41.5 per cent of the family’s budget went to paying for government. For perspective, 33.6 per cent of the budget went to paying for food, clothing, and shelter combined. Indeed, families now pay more in taxes that they do for basic necessities."

http://www.troymedia.com/2012/04/27/how-much-...
Ernest Angley

Skyland, NC

#16 Oct 14, 2013
Carlos wrote:
Democrats: Charge them out-the-ass for insurance and when they can't pay it, fine 'em. That's a great plan.
My insurance is going up $212 month. Thank you Obama country ruiner.
Your insurance went up CUL LEN because your company found out what a drunk you are, found out that you practice unsafe activities, found out that you are mentally ill and have a death wish.
Carlos

Candler, NC

#17 Oct 14, 2013
Ernest Angley wrote:
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Your insurance went up CUL LEN because your company found out what a drunk you are, found out that you practice unsafe activities, found out that you are mentally ill and have a death wish.
Buzz off and don't but in. I am Carlos. Can you read? The Cul len person is NOT ME. My insurance went up because of reckless OBAMACARE. Self employed people will now pay double if they have good income. It is such a shame how he is ruining the working man and this whole country. You have cacahuates for brains.
Cracker

Savannah, GA

#18 Oct 14, 2013
Don't be ridiculous, the USA PAYS MORE For Helath Care than Any Other Country in the World.

issue brief: Health care - CBS News - Breaking News Headlines ...
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Health care is expensive and getting more so, squeezing private enterprise and driving up the deficit. CBS News takes an in-depth look at the issue

Health Costs: How the U.S. Compares With Other Countries ...
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How much is good health care worth to you?$8,233 per year? That's how much the U.S. spends per person. Worth it? That figure is more than two-and-a-half times more ...
Cracker

Savannah, GA

#20 Oct 14, 2013
Carlos wrote:
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You want to pay more taxes? Feel free. I do not.
"Summed up, the average Canadian family faced a tax bill of $30,792 in 2011 against income of $74,233. That means 41.5 per cent of the family’s budget went to paying for government. For perspective, 33.6 per cent of the budget went to paying for food, clothing, and shelter combined. Indeed, families now pay more in taxes that they do for basic necessities."
http://www.troymedia.com/2012/04/27/how-much-...
Look up Canada and the United States of America, our costs are twice as high as Canada.

Six Charts That Illustrate Just How Much Higher Health Care ...
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Six Charts That Illustrate Just How Much Higher Health Care Costs Are For ... is the highest at ... very soon in this country or the cost will drive ...

Per Capita Health Expenditures by Country, 2007 | Infoplease.com
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Highest expenditure per capita Lowest expenditure per capita; Country ... a multi-country comparison.(Academy of Health Care Management Journal)
Cracker

Savannah, GA

#21 Oct 14, 2013
More Proof.....

21 graphs that show America's health-care prices are ludicrous
www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2013... ...- Similar to 21 graphs that show America's health-care prices are ludicrous

Mar 26, 2013 ... This is the fundamental fact of American health care: We pay much, much .... comparison health care spending in the US versus other countries!
Health Costs: How the U.S. Compares With Other Countries | PBS ...
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Oct 22, 2012 ... On a more global scale, it means U.S. health care costs now eat up ..... even in comparison with other high-obesity countries, across all age ...
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The U.S. Health System in Perspective: A Comparison...
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edly on a number of health system measures.1 Health care spending in the U.S. in 2008 towered over the comparison countries, both per capita and as a ...
Cracker

Savannah, GA

#22 Oct 14, 2013
Carlos wrote:
<quoted text>
You want to pay more taxes? Feel free. I do not.
"Summed up, the average Canadian family faced a tax bill of $30,792 in 2011 against income of $74,233. That means 41.5 per cent of the family’s budget went to paying for government. For perspective, 33.6 per cent of the budget went to paying for food, clothing, and shelter combined. Indeed, families now pay more in taxes that they do for basic necessities."
http://www.troymedia.com/2012/04/27/how-much-...
Right Wing Drivel abounds in Phony Web Sites. Go to OHIP.org , and get the information yourself.
Ontario Health Insurance Plan
Read it and weep. I can Drown you in Facts.......... You spend too much time listening to Rush Limpbog.

Funding[edit]

While Ontario receives transfer payments from the federal government of Canada to partially fund health care, OHIP is also supported by general provincial tax revenues and premiums (taxes) paid by employers and individuals. Employers are charged a payroll health care tax (with an exemption for small businesses) and residents of the province pay a health premium (introduced in 2004) as part of their income taxes.
The Ontario Health Premium (OHP) is a component of Ontario's Personal Income Tax system. The OHP is based on taxable income for a taxation year. As of May 2010, an Ontario resident with taxable income (i.e. income after subtracting allowable deductions) of $21,000 pays $60 per year. With taxable income of $22,000, the premium doubles to $120; with taxable income of $23,000, the premium is $180; with taxable income of $24,000, the premium is $240. The premium increases at a decreasing rate thereafter for taxable incomes up to $200,600, at which point the maximum premium of $900 is reached.[1]

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