Bill Clinton Says Health Law May Need to Be Changed

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Former President Bill Clinton said he thinks the Affordable Care Act may need to be changed to help consumers whose health insurance policies are being canceled.

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Nov 13, 2013
 
Instead of giving $85 billion monthly to the banks, give it to the hospitals for healthcare expansion! Let's get our healthcare from our local hospitals, like our children get their education from local schools! This would also stimulate the economy in construction and jobs! Plus, medically, it's been proven globally that the best healthcare is local healthcare! Afterall, the website isn't working and the plans may not be affordable! Regardless, aging baby boomers are going to call 911, when they get sick! So let's prepare and aid our hospital system!
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Nov 13, 2013
 
heck obama and his ventriloquist dummy sebilious spent the last 3 years changing this law on the fly. 2500 waivers granted by hhs, union exemptions, politician exemptions and subsidies by executive order, business exemption from the mandate. so what legal process has he followed so far in changing the law ? he needs only to flex his proclomation pen and write one of his royal edicts dropping the existing insurance cancellation fiasco he enginerred.
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remember his motto in the sequester and phony shutdown,'make it hurt'. this mantra is followed with the insurance fiasco, but now his lemming followers are being affected personally so the voter base is starting to squeal. only the fact that his progressive libs are having their insurance cancelled will move him to action.

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Nov 13, 2013
 
Synde75 wrote:
Instead of giving $85 billion monthly to the banks, give it to the hospitals for healthcare expansion! Let's get our healthcare from our local hospitals, like our children get their education from local schools! This would also stimulate the economy in construction and jobs! Plus, medically, it's been proven globally that the best healthcare is local healthcare! Afterall, the website isn't working and the plans may not be affordable! Regardless, aging baby boomers are going to call 911, when they get sick! So let's prepare and aid our hospital system!
what makes you think people don't get their health care from local hospitals?

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Nov 13, 2013
 
so now that the insurance industry spent billion$ to make their new policies comply with the ACA, does anyone think it would be a good idea to make them spend billion$ to switch back? sure, that'll keep our premium costs down...sheesh!

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so now that the insurance industry spent billion$ to make their new policies comply with the ACA, does anyone think it would be a good idea to make them spend billion$ to switch back? sure, that'll keep our premium costs down...sheesh!
Liberals like Bill Clinton do.

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>what makes you think people don't get their health care from local hospitals?
Yes, but if we transferred the current recurring bank bailouts to the hospital system, the hospitals would be able to do a better job, prepare for the increased demand from aging baby boomers, and even offer primary care instead of just emergency care and operations! This would not only expand healthcare to all, but stimulate the economy with construction and jobs more than the banks are doing!

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