It means, Rouge, working poor not eligible for Medicaid under what were the current rules could become eligible since eligibility would be linked to poverty rather than welfare.<quoted text>
Do you know what that means? I mean, do you really know what that means? If you are on Medicaid to how much you make!!! You have to be on Medicaid FIRST! And if you can afford to pay YOUR FAIR SHARE, you should be made to.
Again you cherry pick your points ..... as if you do not comprehend what they mean.
What do you think "to link Medicaid coverage to poverty instead of welfare" means? Eh?
<quoted text>There he goes again: making up facts to suit his delusions.
Right from the Heritage plan:
"a new index of eligibility would be developed to link Medicaid coverage to poverty instead of welfare."