Affordable Care deadline

Apr 1, 2014 Full story: El Paso Times 6

Volunteers with Enroll El Paso help residents obtain information and enroll for coverage under the Affordable Care Act, on Monday at the Memorial Park Branch Library.

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SJM

El Paso, TX

#1 Apr 1, 2014
In an off-year election in 2006, the Democrats took the House. Nancy Pelosi became the Speaker of the House. Now, there's been a lot of gerrymandering since then but if you look at the historical chart, off-year elections aren't the best for Democrats. But Democrats, and the conditions of the country have changed a great deal. And I think that most fair-minded Americans don't feel like President Obama has been been handed a fair deck, that he's had to overcome an awful lot of things. And the conservatives have been wrong on a lot of things. They've been wrong on the economy and we've got 40-some odd months of private-sector job growth. You got 8 million jobs added since the Great Recession of January of 2009. You've got an automobile industry that's turned around and you got corporate profits that are through the roof. Now the Republicans and the conservatives are wrong on health care. Look at the numbers. The country's in line to make health care better and this is only a start. This is a great beginning. This is a really, a fantastic recovery and it just goes to show that the president knew all along where the country was. The president knew all along what the mood of the country was and what change was going to be about.
POS

South Yarra, Australia

#3 Apr 1, 2014
SJM wrote:
In an off-year election in 2006, the Democrats took the House. Nancy Pelosi became the Speaker of the House. Now, there's been a lot of gerrymandering since then but if you look at the historical chart, off-year elections aren't the best for Democrats. But Democrats, and the conditions of the country have changed a great deal. And I think that most fair-minded Americans don't feel like President Obama has been been handed a fair deck, that he's had to overcome an awful lot of things. And the conservatives have been wrong on a lot of things. They've been wrong on the economy and we've got 40-some odd months of private-sector job growth. You got 8 million jobs added since the Great Recession of January of 2009. You've got an automobile industry that's turned around and you got corporate profits that are through the roof. Now the Republicans and the conservatives are wrong on health care. Look at the numbers. The country's in line to make health care better and this is only a start. This is a great beginning. This is a really, a fantastic recovery and it just goes to show that the president knew all along where the country was. The president knew all along what the mood of the country was and what change was going to be about.
] Just about the same amount of families lost their private insurance because of this socialist law, so the increase is ((((ZERO)))), just a numbers game. There are already 3 forms of health care, now a 4th. Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and Socialized Healthcare, that the Government has and will continue to increase. Check the facts of how much is spent on people without insurance with those 3 programs. The cost is many time higher than the Military Defence Budget. Shut down Medicaid, that was for people that could not afford healthcare. But anything that the Government puts its hands on, will be top heavy, the snowball effect.
SJM

El Paso, TX

#4 Apr 1, 2014
POS wrote:
<quoted text>] Just about the same amount of families lost their private insurance because of this socialist law, so the increase is ((((ZERO)))), just a numbers game. There are already 3 forms of health care, now a 4th. Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and Socialized Healthcare, that the Government has and will continue to increase. Check the facts of how much is spent on people without insurance with those 3 programs. The cost is many time higher than the Military Defence Budget. Shut down Medicaid, that was for people that could not afford healthcare. But anything that the Government puts its hands on, will be top heavy, the snowball effect.
A triumphant President Barack Obama declared his signature medical insurance overhaul a success, saying it has made America's health care system 'a lot better.''The debate over repealing this law is over,' he insisted.'The Affordable Care Act is here to stay.'
POS

South Yarra, Australia

#5 Apr 2, 2014
SJM wrote:
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A triumphant President Barack Obama declared his signature medical insurance overhaul a success, saying it has made America's health care system 'a lot better.''The debate over repealing this law is over,' he insisted.'The Affordable Care Act is here to stay.'
At least I'm fortunate enough, not to have the need for that chit. Obummer care will be another Government money pit. Good luck loser!!!
SJM

El Paso, TX

#7 Apr 2, 2014
All of you naysayers need to wise up now. The ACA is not going away and it's a rousing success, as yesterday's numbers prove. Anyone who opposes it should either be deported and/or made to kiss Sebellius' butt crack.
POS

South Yarra, Australia

#8 Apr 2, 2014
SJM wrote:
All of you naysayers need to wise up now. The ACA is not going away and it's a rousing success, as yesterday's numbers prove. Anyone who opposes it should either be deported and/or made to kiss Sebellius' butt crack.
The people that signed up for it should get deported because they are wettbacks like you. More useless welfare scum of society. Get a job, pay for your own insurance.

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