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Columbus, OH

#211 Nov 14, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Because of course more people having insurance will increase ER visits for routine care. That doesn't make sense, dear.
What doesn't make sense is that you don't understand that a family with a high deductible of $5,000 must pay the $5,000 before their doctor visit for the child with the ear infection can be billed against insurance. And doctors are now requesting payment in full before you can be seen because they have been burned on allowing people to be seen, billing them for the visit and ensuing treatment, and having to send that bill to collections because it never gets paid.

So, let's say your child is sick and you don't have the $120 and the doctor won't see you. You then go to the ER where you child can be seen and the hospital will write off all of part of your costs. No way are you a lawyer, Che - no way. I don't even think you made the grade of paralegal because what you are posting is truly ignorant.

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#212 Nov 14, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>Look at the envious little black child who insists that he knows what sort of worldview a person who earned a degree from a particular school should possess. Now that's the epitome of brainwashed leftism and not one of an educated person able to think critically.
You're not a credit to your race, Torchy.
I read you like a book, Pickapaco Nate Georgeleh. And I left the pages open for all to see.

No need to get your pocket protector in a twist about it.

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#213 Nov 14, 2013
Wait what wrote:
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What doesn't make sense is that you don't understand that a family with a high deductible of $5,000 must pay the $5,000 before their doctor visit for the child with the ear infection can be billed against insurance. And doctors are now requesting payment in full before you can be seen because they have been burned on allowing people to be seen, billing them for the visit and ensuing treatment, and having to send that bill to collections because it never gets paid.
So, let's say your child is sick and you don't have the $120 and the doctor won't see you. You then go to the ER where you child can be seen and the hospital will write off all of part of your costs. No way are you a lawyer, Che - no way. I don't even think you made the grade of paralegal because what you are posting is truly ignorant.
And what are the Republicans doing that would address this situation?
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Columbus, OH

#214 Nov 14, 2013
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
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And what are the Republicans doing that would address this situation?
Obama shut them out, remember? And don't forget it was in 2010 when there was a Democratic Supermajority who repealed the health insurance vouchers intended for working families who receive insurance through their employer. Nice pathetic try at deflection, though.
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#215 Nov 15, 2013
Wait what wrote:
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What doesn't make sense is that you don't understand that a family with a high deductible of $5,000 must pay the $5,000 before their doctor visit for the child with the ear infection can be billed against insurance. And doctors are now requesting payment in full before you can be seen because they have been burned on allowing people to be seen, billing them for the visit and ensuing treatment, and having to send that bill to collections because it never gets paid.
So, let's say your child is sick and you don't have the $120 and the doctor won't see you. You then go to the ER where you child can be seen and the hospital will write off all of part of your costs. No way are you a lawyer, Che - no way. I don't even think you made the grade of paralegal because what you are posting is truly ignorant.
You have yet to explain how the scenario you just described was different prior to October 1. Here's a hint. It wasn't. Here's another hint, the policies that aren't available anymore are those high deductible policies.
Oliver Canterberry

Columbus, OH

#216 Nov 15, 2013
When Bill Clinton turns on Obama, that's a sign of to other liberals to set up and take notice. It has even happened on this forum with the extremely liberal Pastor Jonah turning on the Kenyan man-child.

Only the most twisted posters and loyal Blacks like Black Rhino and Wise American are still behind the disaster that is Obama.

This was all predicted in the movie Obama's America 2016 that explained the deep hatred of Obama's father for anything coming out of Europe.

“Tenured Marxist Radical”

Since: Jan 13

Ivy League-ISIS

#217 Nov 15, 2013
Oliver Canterberry wrote:
When Bill Clinton turns on Obama, that's a sign of to other liberals to set up and take notice. It has even happened on this forum with the extremely liberal Pastor Jonah turning on the Kenyan man-child.
Only the most twisted posters and loyal Blacks like Black Rhino and Wise American are still behind the disaster that is Obama.
This was all predicted in the movie Obama's America 2016 that explained the deep hatred of Obama's father for anything coming out of Europe.
The question is whether those who find out that Soetorocare is a fraud, continue to re-elect Democrats like Joyce Beatty and Tim Ryan in 2014.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#219 Nov 15, 2013
Please read..........I embarrassedly was reminded by mail yesterday, that the local food bank can feed a Thanksgiving dinner for $2.

I am asking all of you to be thankful for being alive, and able to waste time on this forum.

Please send your local food bank supplies, or cash, or you, or best all the above.

Also the next piece of mail was a children's hospital asking for cash and toys.

Humbling experience after all the in fighting and arguments we have together.

Holiday Season is peace time and time to openly share.

Important things need addressing, and we need with action provide what we can.

PS: In January we can get back to arguing opinion, and making fun of our elected officials incompetence.

Trayvonius Martinez

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#220 Nov 15, 2013
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
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I read you like a book, Pickapaco Nate Georgeleh. And I left the pages open for all to see.
No need to get your pocket protector in a twist about it.
"Books are like Kryptonite to n######!"
---Chris Rock

Poor Torchy...when he gets mad, he's reminded of how I went somewhere in life, and he didn't.

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#221 Nov 15, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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You have yet to explain how the scenario you just described was different prior to October 1. Here's a hint. It wasn't. Here's another hint, the policies that aren't available anymore are those high deductible policies.
You really don't know what you're talking about do you.

My insurance this year.$500.00 deductable $30.00 copay for a doctor visit.$150.00 copay for ER visit (waived if admitted) cost per month 176.00

This policy will be canceled at the end of the year.

Policy that replaces my current policy $2500.00 deductable I pay 100% of all visits untill that 2500.00 is met. Cost per month $312.00

I received on free prevenative visit under both plans.
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#222 Nov 15, 2013
Infantry Medic wrote:
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You really don't know what you're talking about do you.
My insurance this year.$500.00 deductable $30.00 copay for a doctor visit.$150.00 copay for ER visit (waived if admitted) cost per month 176.00
This policy will be canceled at the end of the year.
Policy that replaces my current policy $2500.00 deductable I pay 100% of all visits untill that 2500.00 is met. Cost per month $312.00
I received on free prevenative visit under both plans.
What was/is your premium payment?
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#223 Nov 15, 2013
Infantry Medic wrote:
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You really don't know what you're talking about do you.
My insurance this year.$500.00 deductable $30.00 copay for a doctor visit.$150.00 copay for ER visit (waived if admitted) cost per month 176.00
This policy will be canceled at the end of the year.
Policy that replaces my current policy $2500.00 deductable I pay 100% of all visits untill that 2500.00 is met. Cost per month $312.00
I received on free prevenative visit under both plans.
Oh, I see it. I also don't believe it. But that doesn't matter. Anecdotes aren't reliable.

Since: Jun 13

Utopia, Ohio

#224 Nov 15, 2013
what_me_worry_ wrote:
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Sorry gabby, it is your responsibility to document your claims....
Other wise I will just say....Obama is an Illuminati clone of Adolf Hitler and wants to exterminate all black folks.........
See how that works cupcake????
Yeah, minion. You might want to back up and read some more. You are all in the mustard, trying to ketchup.

Reading is fundamental.

“Tenured Marxist Radical”

Since: Jan 13

Ivy League-ISIS

#225 Nov 15, 2013
Infantry Medic wrote:
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You really don't know what you're talking about do you.
My insurance this year.$500.00 deductable $30.00 copay for a doctor visit.$150.00 copay for ER visit (waived if admitted) cost per month 176.00
This policy will be canceled at the end of the year.
Policy that replaces my current policy $2500.00 deductable I pay 100% of all visits untill that 2500.00 is met. Cost per month $312.00
I received on free prevenative visit under both plans.
Welcome to Columbus

“I luv Canton”

Since: Sep 13

The 57th state

#226 Nov 15, 2013
Gabriels Hammer wrote:
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Yeah, minion. You might want to back up and read some more. You are all in the mustard, trying to ketchup.
Reading is fundamental.
Why yes Gabby, reading is fundamental,
unfortunately for you so is comprehension...

The latter of the two you seem to lack fairly consistently.......

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#227 Nov 15, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Oh, I see it. I also don't believe it. But that doesn't matter. Anecdotes aren't reliable.
I don't care what you believe, that is what is happening to me and I'm not the only one that this is happening to. You can just go on and believe every lie the people in power are telling you.
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#228 Nov 15, 2013
Infantry Medic wrote:
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I don't care what you believe, that is what is happening to me and I'm not the only one that this is happening to. You can just go on and believe every lie the people in power are telling you.
You are believing what the real people in power are telling you. The insurance company.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#229 Nov 15, 2013
Infantry Medic wrote:
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You really don't know what you're talking about do you.
My insurance this year.$500.00 deductable $30.00 copay for a doctor visit.$150.00 copay for ER visit (waived if admitted) cost per month 176.00
This policy will be canceled at the end of the year.
Policy that replaces my current policy $2500.00 deductable I pay 100% of all visits untill that 2500.00 is met. Cost per month $312.00
I received on free prevenative visit under both plans.
Well, your first sentence nailed che to a T.

Stick around if you can stand the troll chatter interupting every conversation, with absolutely no substance to add to the subject.

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#230 Nov 15, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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You are believing what the real people in power are telling you. The insurance company.
No, I believe what my benefit enrollment summary is telling me, but it doesn't fit with your brand of propaganda, so I must be lying.

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

Since: Dec 11

Planet Earth

#231 Nov 15, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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You have yet to explain how the scenario you just described was different prior to October 1. Here's a hint. It wasn't. Here's another hint, the policies that aren't available anymore are those high deductible policies.
$5,000 deductible (bronze) isn't "high"? I've never used $5,000 in medical services in a year in my entire life! Not even when my daughter was born!

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