Health Care Debate - Gardner, KS

Discuss the national Health Care debate in Gardner, KS.

Do you support President Obama's health care policy?

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Stephen

Gardner, KS

#1 Jan 13, 2010
Its insanity.
justin

Gardner, KS

#2 Jan 13, 2010
stupid
Dont get sick ever

Baldwin City, KS

#3 Apr 5, 2010
Death Pools... enough said. Rich getting richer again just in a different way and making it legal.
ru kidding

Effingham, IL

#4 Apr 11, 2010
Dont get sick ever wrote:
Death Pools... enough said. Rich getting richer again just in a different way and making it legal.
Death pools, saw that on CSI Miami. I watch some TV but man you need to learn what fiction is.
ru kidding

Denver, CO

#5 Apr 13, 2010
I'm a pretty normal guy. I do one weird thing. I like to go in the women's room for number two. I've been caught several times, and I have paid dearly.
Tom

Kathleen, GA

#7 Apr 13, 2010
This is what you and the conservative Tea Party is falling for. Rush, Hannity, and Glenn are using you to create loop holes for their hugh salarys.

Corporations fire people because of supply and demand, not taxes. Corporations hire people because of supply and demand ,not taxes. They may use it as an excuse, but it's not the real reason. TV MAN has been promoting how corporations trick us into voting for their loop holes. I trust him, based on evidence. Look at this:
TV MAN is right. Here's the proof.

The middle class have been paying a higher precentage of their income then the rich. The middle Class pay at higher tax rates. Obama is fixing that. The one's who make the most should pay the most. The rich have used loop holes as TV MAN said. The middle class aren't able to do that. Obama wants to level the playing field.

In an IRS survey of the top-earning taxpayers in 2007 (a list of 400 individuals earning at least $139 million), the group paid $23 billion in federal income taxes. Slightly more than 81% of their reported income was derived from capital gains taxed at a rate of 15%. A mere 6.5% came in the form of salaries and wages that were taxed at a higher rate of 35%. Many executives chose to accept stock options as a large portion of their compensation to take full advantage of tax incentives
Dan Berg

Liberty, MO

#8 Jul 15, 2010
Some reform may be necessary but don't destroy the world's best healthcare system.

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