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/Pew poll: Health care law faces difficult future

There are 282 comments on the USA Today story from Sep 16, 2013, titled /Pew poll: Health care law faces difficult future. In it, USA Today reports that:

Three years after President Obama signed his signature health care overhaul, Americans are as negative toward it as they have ever been, and disapproval of the president on the issue has reached a new high.

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CBOW

Dover, PA

#154 Oct 30, 2013
ActuaIIy wrote:
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LMAO they both went to Princeton???? Wow what a scandal
That's the Sunday school version. You liberals always have a Sunday school version when it pertains to your messiah.
CBOW

Dover, PA

#155 Oct 30, 2013
ActuaIIy wrote:
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Where did I say that skippy? You are losing what little sanity you entered this debate with.
If it goes single payer, you will find it WAS an engineered ploy by your dear messiah and his minions to control it exclusively by the gubmint. Hope you're not old and sick.

Since: Jul 10

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#156 Oct 30, 2013
CBOW wrote:
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That's the Sunday school version. You liberals always have a Sunday school version when it pertains to your messiah.
No skippy, that is all there is.

Once again asshat my messiah is Jesus. You could learn a thing or two from him

Since: Jul 10

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#157 Oct 30, 2013
CBOW wrote:
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If it goes single payer, you will find it WAS an engineered ploy by your dear messiah and his minions to control it exclusively by the gubmint. Hope you're not old and sick.
So you admit I never said it.....thank skippy. Maybe there is hope for you yet
CBOW

Dover, PA

#158 Oct 31, 2013
"So if you're getting one of these letters, just shop around in the new marketplace. That's what it's for," Obama said. "Because of the tax credits that we are offering, and the competition between insurers, most people are going to be able to get better, comprehensive healthcare plans for the same price or even cheaper than projected."
Odumbo is a completely disconnected moron. What an absolute clueless idiot.

Since: Jan 11

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#159 Oct 31, 2013
ActuaIIy wrote:
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First off skippy, where did you hear that there were ties to Michelle, faux news perhaps? What exactly does that prove even if it were true? Cheney was on the board of Halliburton, did any republitards cry about that?
Contact: http://www.princeton-abpa.org/ nice pic on homepage of the First Lady. Just a coincidence they both belonged to the same no-caucasian group at the same time, not a very big group so everybody probably knew each other fairly well. And fck Cheney, we are talking about now, not about 7+ years ago. Cheney steering a contract years ago does not excuse Obama for doing the same. Crony capitalism, it should not be tolerated at all.

Since: Jul 10

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#160 Oct 31, 2013
CBOW wrote:
"So if you're getting one of these letters, just shop around in the new marketplace. That's what it's for," Obama said. "Because of the tax credits that we are offering, and the competition between insurers, most people are going to be able to get better, comprehensive healthcare plans for the same price or even cheaper than projected."
Odumbo is a completely disconnected moron. What an absolute clueless idiot.
well except for the fact that it is true:
http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/state...
CBOW

Dover, PA

#161 Oct 31, 2013
Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer told Megyn Kelly Wednesday on “The Kelly File” that if ObamaCare self-destructs, it could set back American liberalism for at least a decade.

Krauthammer said that if the problems plaguing the health care law eventually lead to its end, Obama's lame-duck status would not be the liberals’ only problem.

“I would say that what’s really at stake here, is that if this thing really goes south, if ObamaCare truly self-destructs, I don’t know that it’s certain but I would say right now it is more than likely, it would really set back American liberalism for a decade at least,” he said.

Krauthammer explained that he believes ObamaCare is the “completion of the entitlement state” that began with the New Deal and the Great Society. If ObamaCare were to collapse, he said, it would “discredit the entire enterprise of the expansion of government, which is at the heart of ‘Obama-ism.’”

“That’s why I think the liberals are running scared,” he said.“It’s not just one election, it’s the whole ideology that the government knows best...” BYe BYe libturds..........

Since: Jul 10

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#162 Oct 31, 2013
CBOW wrote:
Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer told Megyn Kelly Wednesday on “The Kelly File” that if ObamaCare self-destructs, it could set back American liberalism for at least a decade.
Krauthammer said that if the problems plaguing the health care law eventually lead to its end, Obama's lame-duck status would not be the liberals’ only problem.
“I would say that what’s really at stake here, is that if this thing really goes south, if ObamaCare truly self-destructs, I don’t know that it’s certain but I would say right now it is more than likely, it would really set back American liberalism for a decade at least,” he said.
Krauthammer explained that he believes ObamaCare is the “completion of the entitlement state” that began with the New Deal and the Great Society. If ObamaCare were to collapse, he said, it would “discredit the entire enterprise of the expansion of government, which is at the heart of ‘Obama-ism.’”
“That’s why I think the liberals are running scared,” he said.“It’s not just one election, it’s the whole ideology that the government knows best...” BYe BYe libturds..........
Meanwhile instead of playing the "what if" game like this little republitard is attempting let us instead examine current events.

According to the American people:
Major damage to GOP after shutdown
http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/poll-m...

Maybe if you republitards kept focused on the here and now instead of the "what-ifs" of a possible future your approval ratings would not currently be below whale feces.

Bye Bye republitards

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#163 Oct 31, 2013
CBOW wrote:
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If it goes single payer, you will find it WAS an engineered ploy by your dear messiah and his minions to control it exclusively by the gubmint. Hope you're not old and sick.
yeah, it would suck to get better care at lower costs like the sick and old people of other single payer systems get, huh?

facts are fun!
sheepleloveroyal ty

Pottstown, PA

#164 Oct 31, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>yeah, it would suck to get better care at lower costs like the sick and old people of other single payer systems get, huh?
facts are fun!
Maybe a lower subsidized insurance policy MIGHT be cheaper. By the time you factor in higher taxes and wait times on a single payer system it will not be cheaper. Also through in the effects on the economy because it's the employers that will cut back pay, hours and benefits then the consumer will cut back spending and the effects of Obama Care will spread to the whole economy.

In Cuba(which comes up as a successful single payer/socialized health care system) do they call the doctor for an appointment or do they go to a waiting room and wait all day with everyone else that decided to have an accident or sniffles on the same day?
CBOW

Dover, PA

#165 Oct 31, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>yeah, it would suck to get better care at lower costs like the sick and old people of other single payer systems get, huh?
facts are fun!
By golly, nobody is stopping you from donating to the cause....Now who is going to do it, the young and healthy, bloody hell. They are too interested in the newest technology. They will not sign up to support the older generations. Get real, woody. Your Utopian ideals are so ridiculous.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#166 Oct 31, 2013
sheepleloveroyalty wrote:
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Maybe a lower subsidized insurance policy MIGHT be cheaper. By the time you factor in higher taxes and wait times on a single payer system it will not be cheaper. Also through in the effects on the economy because it's the employers that will cut back pay, hours and benefits then the consumer will cut back spending and the effects of Obama Care will spread to the whole economy.
In Cuba(which comes up as a successful single payer/socialized health care system) do they call the doctor for an appointment or do they go to a waiting room and wait all day with everyone else that decided to have an accident or sniffles on the same day?
most of the single payer systems in other countries have better care for less cost than our current system in the US.

if they need emergency care from an accident, they do not wait for it.
CBOW

Dover, PA

#167 Oct 31, 2013
ActuaIIy wrote:
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Meanwhile instead of playing the "what if" game like this little republitard is attempting let us instead examine current events.
According to the American people:
Major damage to GOP after shutdown
http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/poll-m...
Maybe if you republitards kept focused on the here and now instead of the "what-ifs" of a possible future your approval ratings would not currently be below whale feces.
Bye Bye republitards
Grasping at straws to support you little tin god's failed rollout.

Since: Jul 10

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#168 Oct 31, 2013
CBOW wrote:
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Grasping at straws to support you little tin god's failed rollout.
LMAO pitifully low approval ratings don't mean anything...right skippy?

Jesus failed to rollout? Maybe they blitzed the passer
sheepleloveroyal ty

Pottstown, PA

#169 Oct 31, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>most of the single payer systems in other countries have better care for less cost than our current system in the US.
if they need emergency care from an accident, they do not wait for it.
Single payers shouldn't be using health care in countries like Cuba which is island nation the size of one state or Canada with a population around a tenth of the US population. Health care will be triaged medicine/care every step of the way, especially if not an emergency.

To top it off you wind up making providers employees of government. Single payer would mandate their wages, fees and set their costs.

As much as the medical mafia of providers of insurers and providers are the cause of the high cost problem forcing them to work for the government is not the answer.
CBOW

Dover, PA

#170 Oct 31, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>most of the single payer systems in other countries have better care for less cost than our current system in the US.
if they need emergency care from an accident, they do not wait for it.
Source please. I have customers in England who claim the absolute opposite of what you claim. Canadian customers as well.
CBOW

Dover, PA

#171 Oct 31, 2013
ActuaIIy wrote:
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LMAO pitifully low approval ratings don't mean anything...right skippy?
Jesus failed to rollout? Maybe they blitzed the passer
??????????DUH!

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#172 Oct 31, 2013
CBOW wrote:
<quoted text>??????????DUH!
You are the azzhat that keeps on talking about "my God" skippy. My God is Jesus...who is your God?
CBOW wrote:
Grasping at straws to support you little tin god's failed rollout.
conservative crapola

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#173 Oct 31, 2013
ActuaIIy wrote:
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You are the azzhat that keeps on talking about "my God" skippy. My God is Jesus...who is your God?
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He's one of those made-up joseph smith converted mor(m)ons, left over from the failed rugby crampaign. At least he has the magic unnerwear as a souvenir crying towel.

hahahahahahahaha

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