OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, Sta...

OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, State Question 756

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 11, 2010

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Packing Heat

Chelsea, OK

#51365 Oct 31, 2013
Bud wrote:
<quoted text>Sebelius: "men often do need maternity insurance" this statement cause an uproar of laughter throughout the hearing room yesterday.

Yesterday's Lunch: Grilled Sebelius on toast... We called it "Sh!t-on-a-shingle"

That was a lot of fun...

Domestic Policies
Sebelius faced grilling at hearing on glitch-ridden Obamacare website rollout.(more like a fallout)

Funny how many Obama cronies just take the 5th. The only transparency in this administration is whats between their ears.

He owns it, she knows it and they blew it.

Hope she doesn't have his DNA on a blue dress.[sic]
Jimbo

United States

#51366 Oct 31, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>The Democrats now in office are getting good in blaming everyone else and refuse to stand responsible in their part of all the problems going on now in this country. For them to blame the health insurance companies is stupid when they hired the First Lady's friend to get the website up and going. I guess the Democrats thinks that is going to fly because don't you it has to be the Big Nasty Health Insurance Fault all the way.
This is how I see it. Democrats wrote this law without the help of republicans. They passed this law without one vote from the republicans. The insurance companies didn't pass the law the democrats did. The insurance companies didn't build the website the democrats in this administration are over all of that. Obama lied to the American people over and over again. He is a democrat.

So clearly the fault rest solely on the democrats in this administration.
Packing Heat

Chelsea, OK

#51367 Oct 31, 2013
Chester wrote:
<quoted text> as WarForOil...
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.

"Are is TOPIX?"

You ignorant illiterate uneducated Dolt!

I've told you... your suppositories go in your @ss, not in your mouth Chester.

How many did you swallow this time Chester?
Packing Heat

Chelsea, OK

#51368 Oct 31, 2013
Bud wrote:
<quoted text>Sebelius: "men often do need maternity insurance" this statement cause an uproar of laughter throughout the hearing room yesterday.

The costlier the healthcare, the higher the taxes will be since majority are being driven into Medicaid. Once they can get Insurance premiums beyond reach of most Americans then it will be Medicaid for all and premiums will be deducted from your paycheck just like Social Security/Medicare is now, another tax deduction, THAT IS THE PROGRESSIVE PLAN... and the more you make the more you pay.

The vast majority of Obamacare enrollees are signing up for Medicaid, not purchasing private insurance and according to some, the major imbalance is going to have long-term effects.

“What we’re seeing from Obamacare so far is that Obamacare is really just a massive Medicaid expansion,” Tarren Bragdon, CEO of the nonprofit Foundation for Government Accountability, told The Daily Caller News Foundation.

Medicaid is a federal entitlement for low-income Americans operated in partnership with the states.

The number of Medicaid enrollments through Obamacare exchanges and the Medicaid expansion are rapidly outpacing the number of consumers that purchased private insurance, which was supposed to be the main crux of Obamacare.

As CBS News has reported, that can have a drastic effect on how the health industry works.“Either the private insurance enrollments come up somewhere around the expected amount or there’s going to be a problem,” former Medicaid director Gail Wilensky told CBS.“You need a volume and you need a mix of people that are healthy as well as high users in private insurance, in order to have it be sustainable.”

Medicaid pays providers less than the cost of the care they provide, Bragdon explained to TheDCNF, meaning the more Medicaid patients, the bigger loss for hospitals and medical providers.

Some of those providers may stop seeing Medicaid patients at all, meaning the newly covered patients may still face a dearth of quality care options.

Obamacare supporters have touted the program as an opportunity to get the uninsured out of emergency rooms. Use of emergency rooms for everyday care by the uninsured causes crowding and puts taxpayers on the hook for expensive care. But if those signing up for Obamacare are overwhelmingly choosing Medicaid, that may not fix the problem.

“Medicaid patients use the ER four times more frequently than the uninsured or those with private insurance,” Bragdon said,“so what the legacy of this Obamacare Medicaid expansion will likely be is more wait time and more crowding of ERs, not less.”

Though the federal government has not yet released enrollment numbers at all, some state exchanges have revealed their Obamacare data. In early every case, Medicaid enrollment has exceeded new private insurance coverage.

“I think we’re getting a glimpse of what the real legacy of Obamacare is,” Bragdon told TheDCNF.“Just a massive Medicaid expansion.”
Packing Heat

Chelsea, OK

#51369 Oct 31, 2013
At the rate shown here X the States not reported as of yet... looks like another backdoor welfare program to me, who would have thought, LOL.

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.
Packing Heat

Chelsea, OK

#51370 Oct 31, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>The Democrats now in office are getting good in blaming everyone else and refuse to stand responsible in their part of all the problems going on now in this country. For them to blame the health insurance companies is stupid when they hired the First Lady's friend to get the website up and going. I guess the Democrats thinks that is going to fly because don't you it has to be the Big Nasty Health Insurance Fault all the way.

I wouldn't say they're good at it but... they are very frequent liars. Best way to tell is if their lips are moving. Hence the reason Obama is wanting to reverse the rewards for whistleblower to prosicution and prison time for those that Snitch out him and his cronies.

Now their own party is running from the lies... Manchin anyone, LOL.
Packing Heat

Chelsea, OK

#51371 Oct 31, 2013
prosicution should have been prosecution but then Chester aka WFO wouldn't have been able to pronounce it correctly, lol.
Packing Heat

Chelsea, OK

#51372 Oct 31, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>The Democrats now in office are getting good in blaming everyone else and refuse to stand responsible in their part of all the problems going on now in this country. For them to blame the health insurance companies is stupid when they hired the First Lady's friend to get the website up and going. I guess the Democrats thinks that is going to fly because don't you it has to be the Big Nasty Health Insurance Fault all the way.
Yes TAMARA, I agree with you, IMO they're pathilogical liars and the media and liberal retards have supported it all along. Now all the Roosters are coming in to Roost and still more coming out everyday...ROFLMAO.
Bart

United States

#51374 Oct 31, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
<quoted text>Yes TAMARA, I agree with you, IMO they're pathilogical liars and the media and liberal retards have supported it all along. Now all the Roosters are coming in to Roost and still more coming out everyday...ROFLMAO.
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Bart

United States

#51375 Oct 31, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
prosicution should have been prosecution but then Chester aka WFO wouldn't have been able to pronounce it correctly, lol.
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Bart

United States

#51376 Oct 31, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
<quoted text>
I wouldn't say they're good at it but... they are very frequent liars. Best way to tell is if their lips are moving. Hence the reason Obama is wanting to reverse the rewards for whistleblower to prosicution and prison time for those that Snitch out him and his cronies.
Now their own party is running from the lies... Manchin anyone, LOL.
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Bart

United States

#51377 Oct 31, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
At the rate shown here X the States not reported as of yet... looks like another backdoor welfare program to me, who would have thought, LOL.
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.
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Bart

United States

#51378 Oct 31, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
<quoted text>
The costlier the healthcare, the higher the taxes will be since majority are being driven into Medicaid. Once they can get Insurance premiums beyond reach of most Americans then it will be Medicaid for all and premiums will be deducted from your paycheck just like Social Security/Medicare is now, another tax deduction, THAT IS THE PROGRESSIVE PLAN... and the more you make the more you pay.
The vast majority of Obamacare enrollees are signing up for Medicaid, not purchasing private insurance and according to some, the major imbalance is going to have long-term effects.
“What we’re seeing from Obamacare so far is that Obamacare is really just a massive Medicaid expansion,” Tarren Bragdon, CEO of the nonprofit Foundation for Government Accountability, told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
Medicaid is a federal entitlement for low-income Americans operated in partnership with the states.
The number of Medicaid enrollments through Obamacare exchanges and the Medicaid expansion are rapidly outpacing the number of consumers that purchased private insurance, which was supposed to be the main crux of Obamacare.
As CBS News has reported, that can have a drastic effect on how the health industry works.“Either the private insurance enrollments come up somewhere around the expected amount or there’s going to be a problem,” former Medicaid director Gail Wilensky told CBS.“You need a volume and you need a mix of people that are healthy as well as high users in private insurance, in order to have it be sustainable.”
Medicaid pays providers less than the cost of the care they provide, Bragdon explained to TheDCNF, meaning the more Medicaid patients, the bigger loss for hospitals and medical providers.
Some of those providers may stop seeing Medicaid patients at all, meaning the newly covered patients may still face a dearth of quality care options.
Obamacare supporters have touted the program as an opportunity to get the uninsured out of emergency rooms. Use of emergency rooms for everyday care by the uninsured causes crowding and puts taxpayers on the hook for expensive care. But if those signing up for Obamacare are overwhelmingly choosing Medicaid, that may not fix the problem.
“Medicaid patients use the ER four times more frequently than the uninsured or those with private insurance,” Bragdon said,“so what the legacy of this Obamacare Medicaid expansion will likely be is more wait time and more crowding of ERs, not less.”
Though the federal government has not yet released enrollment numbers at all, some state exchanges have revealed their Obamacare data. In early every case, Medicaid enrollment has exceeded new private insurance coverage.
“I think we’re getting a glimpse of what the real legacy of Obamacare is,” Bragdon told TheDCNF.“Just a massive Medicaid expansion.”
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Bart

United States

#51379 Oct 31, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
<quoted text>
"Are is TOPIX?"
You ignorant illiterate uneducated Dolt!
I've told you... your suppositories go in your @ss, not in your mouth Chester.
How many did you swallow this time Chester?
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Bart

United States

#51380 Oct 31, 2013
Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>
This is how I see it. Democrats wrote this law without the help of republicans. They passed this law without one vote from the republicans. The insurance companies didn't pass the law the democrats did. The insurance companies didn't build the website the democrats in this administration are over all of that. Obama lied to the American people over and over again. He is a democrat.
So clearly the fault rest solely on the democrats in this administration.
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Bart

United States

#51381 Oct 31, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
<quoted text>
Yesterday's Lunch: Grilled Sebelius on toast... We called it "Sh!t-on-a-shingle"
That was a lot of fun...
Domestic Policies
Sebelius faced grilling at hearing on glitch-ridden Obamacare website rollout.(more like a fallout)
Funny how many Obama cronies just take the 5th. The only transparency in this administration is whats between their ears.
He owns it, she knows it and they blew it.
Hope she doesn't have his DNA on a blue dress.[sic]
Paid Fox Troll
Bart

United States

#51382 Oct 31, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>The Democrats now in office are getting good in blaming everyone else and refuse to stand responsible in their part of all the problems going on now in this country. For them to blame the health insurance companies is stupid when they hired the First Lady's friend to get the website up and going. I guess the Democrats thinks that is going to fly because don't you it has to be the Big Nasty Health Insurance Fault all the way.
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Bart

United States

#51383 Oct 31, 2013
DoesntMatter wrote:
CNN: Insurance Insiders 'Fear Retribution' from WH Amid Pressure to 'Keep Quiet' About Obamacare http://t.co/Ccb6wEhefx
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DoesntMatter

Cushing, OK

#51384 Oct 31, 2013
Bart wrote:
<quoted text>Paid Fox Troll
Unpaid skitzo
Marge

United States

#51385 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.

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