Report: Obama health law a good deal for states
States will receive more than $9 in federal money for every $1 they spend to cover low-income residents under President Barack Obama's health care law, according to a nonpartisan analysis released Monday.
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#1 Nov 27, 2012
Someone attempt to relay that information to Gov Scott, Florida who has a history with HCA and medicare robberies and is an ALEC member.
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#2 Nov 27, 2012
Obama....LOL What a POS
Since: Jan 08
#3 Nov 28, 2012
Now just who the heck is paying the $9 for every $1 the states spend...Duhhhhh...It will STILL come out of the TAXPAYERS pockets! Plenty of able bodied people ARE NOT TAXPAYERS.(ps there are people who work & do need the help but we need to clean the system of the ones who are just too LAZY to work) Pretty simple...
#4 Nov 29, 2012
What a bargain considering the Republican financial liabilities of the USA including the Silverado bank robbery and the pharmaceutical drugging of America by the Republicans. How about those medical side effect (memory loss) of the Statin drugs including the Alzheimer and dementia from the mental health mind drugs. Good investing in the nursing homes isn't it?
#5 Nov 29, 2012
Good? How can Obamacare be good? It has Obama's name right in it?!? IT can't be good.
We can't have American workers beleiving healthcare is a basic human right. Then they won't work. They will just sit around collecting welfare and food stamps, and going to free clinics to get contraception. Obamacare is totally un-American. ONly wealthy, sucessful people deserve free stuff. The working class does not deserve free stuff, or a "safety net". Either you get rich and become the ipitomy of the American dream, or you spend your days in mindless toil 40 hrs a week.
IF American working class people could get healthcare without fear of loosing all their posessions where would we be? Communist Russia?
The last thing Ameerica needs is a healthy workforce, and families taking advantage of medical attention without properly respecting the need to pay for your good health by making insurance companies millions.
Obama, what a bastard.
Thank god I can't vote for him again,
#6 Nov 29, 2012
As Warren Buffet has been pointing out recently, he knows quite a few billionaires who are part of the "47% who don't pay any taxes."
It's unfair to generalize. Many of the people who work very hard at WalMart, for example, still qualify for food stamps.
#7 Nov 29, 2012
I don't think some people understood your satire. Good job, though.
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