OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, State Question 756

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 11, 2010

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Lisa

North Richland Hills, TX

#51318 Oct 30, 2013
Do Not Feed the Trolls
Dempensey

North Richland Hills, TX

#51319 Oct 30, 2013
Meet Doctor Marc Siegel.
What kind of doctor complains about people having too much access to health care? A doctor who’s on the payroll of Fox News in the age of Obamacare.

On The Hannity show last night, yet another in a zillion Fox News segments designed to trash the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”), Fox News contributor Dr. Marc Siegel revealed that his number one concern was not how well the ACA covers his patients or even how affordable it is but that too many people will wind up with health insurance. And that inconveniences him and the “haves” he treats.

Siegel said:

Before they started this, we were all in trouble with insurance to begin with. There’s too much health insurance. It covers too much. Too many people have it and they can’t in my office to see me. I’m full.…I can’t see all these people.

There’s a shortage of doctors. So what do they do? They’re going to pay us less.

So the answer is less health care? So Dr. Siegel won’t be inconvenienced and/or get paid less? Doesn’t this violate the Hippocratic Oath?
RKJ

North Richland Hills, TX

#51320 Oct 30, 2013
Too MUCH health insurance?
In this day and age, when it come to our health…TOO MUCH health insurance is NEVER enough!
DoesntMatter

Perkins, OK

#51321 Oct 30, 2013
President Barack Obama's approval rating has plummeted to an "all-time low," according to a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll released on Wednesday night.

The president's approval rating stands at just 42 percent as problems with Obamacare and concerns over NSA spying persist. Meanwhile, 51 percent disapprove of his job in office, which ties his all-time high in that category.

"The NBC/WSJ pollsters argue that no single reason explains Obama's lower poll standing," NBC News' Mark Murray writes. "Rather, they attribute it to the accumulation of setbacks since the summer -- allegations of spying by the National Security Agency, the debate over Syria's chemical weapons, the government shutdown and now intense scrutiny over the problems associated with the health care law's federal website and its overall implementation."

In another first, Obama's personal ratings are "upside-down," NBC News reports. Just 41 percent view him as favorable while 45 percent view him negatively, according to the poll.

Obamacare also saw a dip in popularity, with 47 percent saying its a "bad idea" and only 37 percent saying it's a good idea.
Bud

United States

#51322 Oct 30, 2013
DoesntMatter wrote:
President Barack Obama's approval rating has plummeted to an "all-time low," according to a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll released on Wednesday night.
The president's approval rating stands at just 42 percent as problems with Obamacare and concerns over NSA spying persist. Meanwhile, 51 percent disapprove of his job in office, which ties his all-time high in that category.
"The NBC/WSJ pollsters argue that no single reason explains Obama's lower poll standing," NBC News' Mark Murray writes. "Rather, they attribute it to the accumulation of setbacks since the summer -- allegations of spying by the National Security Agency, the debate over Syria's chemical weapons, the government shutdown and now intense scrutiny over the problems associated with the health care law's federal website and its overall implementation."
In another first, Obama's personal ratings are "upside-down," NBC News reports. Just 41 percent view him as favorable while 45 percent view him negatively, according to the poll.
Obamacare also saw a dip in popularity, with 47 percent saying its a "bad idea" and only 37 percent saying it's a good idea.
Not surprised. Today AP is reporting that numbers for navigators/call centers to assist in the New York Brooklyn area were incorrectly listed and instead people were getting a bakery, deli, skin care salon among other businesses. The lady that owned the bakery said she had over 100 calls and it disrupted her day. I bet it did.
DoesntMatter

Perkins, OK

#51323 Oct 30, 2013
Considering there were more dems than not in this poll , the entire poll is very interesting
Bud

United States

#51324 Oct 30, 2013
DoesntMatter wrote:
Considering there were more dems than not in this poll , the entire poll is very interesting
Cancellation of policies didn't matter what political party you belonged to that's for sure. Everyone is effected.
Maddy

United States

#51326 Oct 30, 2013
Kentucky Governor touting his state's enrollment numbers for ObamaCare. This grand number was even part of the official record during the Kathleen Sebelius Hearing today.

26,000 enrolled and he said the state's exchange is working fine.

What he didn't include in the official record is of the 26,000 enrolled 21,000 were enrolled in Medicaid.

Those numbers should be reversed for any hope to make this program viable healthcare in the future.
pappy

Lancaster, TX

#51327 Oct 30, 2013
There is a tea bagger on here arking everything he dislikes as spam.
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#51328 Oct 31, 2013
Obamacare enrollment numbers are a disaster...

Here’s where some of the states stand so far:

1) Oregon: 0 private insurance; 56,000 Medicaid

2) Maryland: 3,100 enrolled; 82,473 to be automatically enrolled in Medicaid January 1

3) Colorado: 3,164 private insurance; 25,000 Medicaid

4) Washington: 3,084 private insurance; 21,865 Medicaid

5) Kentucky: 4,832 private insurance; 21,342 Medicaid

6) New York: 13,313 private insurance; 23,717 Medicaid

7) Connecticut: 1,897 private insurance; 1,857 Medicaid

The data from the 36 federally run exchanges at the failed site HealthCare.gov and some of the state exchanges have yet to be released.
WarForOil

Grapevine, TX

#51329 Oct 31, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
Obamacare enrollment numbers are a disaster...

Here’s where some of the states stand so far:
1) Oregon: 0 private insurance; 56,000 Medicaid
2) Maryland: 3,100 enrolled; 82,473 to be automatically enrolled in Medicaid January 1
3) Colorado: 3,164 private insurance; 25,000 Medicaid
4) Washington: 3,084 private insurance; 21,865 Medicaid
5) Kentucky: 4,832 private insurance; 21,342 Medicaid
6) New York: 13,313 private insurance; 23,717 Medicaid
7) Connecticut: 1,897 private insurance; 1,857 Medicaid
The data from the 36 federally run exchanges at the failed site HealthCare.gov and some of the state exchanges have yet to be released.
Are you getting these numbers from those FBI and IRS
agents that you claim are watching you.

Are is TOPIX censoring your posts again.

Is your $26M you have 'safely stashed away' at home
in gold coins or one big diamond.
Gail

North Richland Hills, TX

#51330 Oct 31, 2013
Bud wrote:
<quoted text>
Cancellation of policies didn't matter what political party you belonged to that's for sure. Everyone is effected.
Paid Fox Troll
Gail

North Richland Hills, TX

#51331 Oct 31, 2013
Bud wrote:
<quoted text>
Not surprised. Today AP is reporting that numbers for navigators/call centers to assist in the New York Brooklyn area were incorrectly listed and instead people were getting a bakery, deli, skin care salon among other businesses. The lady that owned the bakery said she had over 100 calls and it disrupted her day. I bet it did.
Paid Fox Troll
Gail

North Richland Hills, TX

#51332 Oct 31, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
Obamacare enrollment numbers are a disaster...
Here’s where some of the states stand so far:
1) Oregon: 0 private insurance; 56,000 Medicaid
2) Maryland: 3,100 enrolled; 82,473 to be automatically enrolled in Medicaid January 1
3) Colorado: 3,164 private insurance; 25,000 Medicaid
4) Washington: 3,084 private insurance; 21,865 Medicaid
5) Kentucky: 4,832 private insurance; 21,342 Medicaid
6) New York: 13,313 private insurance; 23,717 Medicaid
7) Connecticut: 1,897 private insurance; 1,857 Medicaid
The data from the 36 federally run exchanges at the failed site HealthCare.gov and some of the state exchanges have yet to be released.
Paid Fox Troll
Marge

North Richland Hills, TX

#51333 Oct 31, 2013
Fox News---We Deceive, You Believe.

It has been revealed that Fox News’ does practice using paid commenters with fake social media accounts, to deceive the online community. Members of Fox’s online PR staff created between twenty and a hundred fake profiles on social media accounts each. The accounts are used by PR staff in order to push the station’s extreme right-wing agenda.

The point of these fake commenters is not just to push a specific agenda. It’s also to deceive the unsuspecting public about the actual amount of support that exists for that agenda. Paid commenters use vicious attacks against anyone who posts an opposing opinion. Eventually the attacks have the effect of driving people with opposite views away from the targeted sites. This allows them to dominate the web with their fake profiles, while at the same time discouraging real people from participating in the discussion.

The right-wing agenda being pushed by these paid commenters, hired by Fox and other sources, doesn’t just include tax breaks for the rich and the myth of corporate person-hood. It includes racism, sexism, homophobia, hatred of the poor and much more.
Lisa

North Richland Hills, TX

#51334 Oct 31, 2013
Do not Feed the Trolls
Bud

North Richland Hills, TX

#51335 Oct 31, 2013
I was going to the office Halloween party as a republican, but I could not get my head up my azz.
DoesntMatter

Perkins, OK

#51336 Oct 31, 2013
Marge wrote:
Fox News---We Deceive, You Believe.

It has been revealed that Fox NewsÂ’ does practice using paid commenters with fake social media accounts, to deceive the online community. Members of FoxÂ’s online PR staff created between twenty and a hundred fake profiles on social media accounts each. The accounts are used by PR staff in order to push the stationÂ’s extreme right-wing agenda.

The point of these fake commenters is not just to push a specific agenda. ItÂ’s also to deceive the unsuspecting public about the actual amount of support that exists for that agenda. Paid commenters use vicious attacks against anyone who posts an opposing opinion. Eventually the attacks have the effect of driving people with opposite views away from the targeted sites. This allows them to dominate the web with their fake profiles, while at the same time discouraging real people from participating in the discussion.

The right-wing agenda being pushed by these paid commenters, hired by Fox and other sources, doesnÂ’t just include tax breaks for the rich and the myth of corporate person-hood. It includes racism, sexism, homophobia, hatred of the poor and much more.
So who is paying you to get on boards, talk to yourself for hours like you're 12 different people to bash republicans, and try to discount others?
JimBud

North Richland Hills, TX

#51337 Oct 31, 2013
A band of small goblins knocked on a door. An old fart, Packing Heat, answered the door and said that the candy was on the roof and if they waited long enough it would trickle down.

A small witch said: OH SH!T, a REPUBLICAN.
FYI

North Richland Hills, TX

#51338 Oct 31, 2013
To get rid of Witches,(ie--TAMARA, MistyGirl Fallin, Fake witches-- Packing Heat Buddy Boy, Doesntmatter)

THROW a Bucket of WATER on them.

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