Health Care Debate - Greeneville, TN

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rediculous

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#46
Feb 14, 2010
 
Look at all these bums in here hollering for free health care, so the working man has to pick up the bill. Makes me sick. Remember how Hitler convinced all those people to go along with whatever he wanted? Obama's heading in the same direction. Makes me wanna puke when I see how many people are dumb enough to buy into this crap.
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Greeneville, TN

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#47
Feb 14, 2010
 
rediculous wrote:
Look at all these bums in here hollering for free health care, so the working man has to pick up the bill. Makes me sick. Remember how Hitler convinced all those people to go along with whatever he wanted? Obama's heading in the same direction. Makes me wanna puke when I see how many people are dumb enough to buy into this crap.
AMEN!!
chris

Greeneville, TN

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#48
Feb 18, 2010
 
People we must step up and make our voices heard! We must stop this! Let the politicians, media, and general public know we don't want this!
all for it

Knoxville, TN

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#51
Oct 6, 2010
 
Anything to bring down health costs.
Paul Henderson

Greeneville, TN

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#52
Oct 23, 2010
 
Their should be very affordable health care for every citizen in America!!!It is ludacris that it costs so much and barely covers anything!!It is a scam and a rip off!!But big companies get away with it cause they are in the pocket of our government.The whole communist thing is from adds the government put out in the fifties or sixties to scare voters away from voting certain people into office cause in thier campain they stressed universal health care.People stop bein so closed minded and think about things from every angle!!!We live in a great country that our forfathers blessed us with,but what they blessed us with means nothing if we do not use it.
JAP

Mckee, KY

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#53
Feb 1, 2011
 
If you hate the bill then you're a complete idiot. And if you don't think we should have to have health insurance (EVEN IF IT'S BEING OFFERED FOR FREE)then why is it ok for the gov. to make us have other types of insurance? such as car insurance.....I know why.......because there is lots of money to be made off of car insurance. GREDD WILL END YOU ONE DAY WATCH AND SEE!!!!
TV MAN

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#54
Feb 2, 2011
 
JAP wrote:
If you hate the bill then you're a complete idiot. And if you don't think we should have to have health insurance (EVEN IF IT'S BEING OFFERED FOR FREE)then why is it ok for the gov. to make us have other types of insurance? such as car insurance.....I know why.......because there is lots of money to be made off of car insurance. GREDD WILL END YOU ONE DAY WATCH AND SEE!!!!
Insurance and government has taken negotiating away from the consumer. They've interfered with our free market, and driven prices higher and higher. If it was up to you and me, we would tell doctors this is what we can afford, take it or leave it. Soon they would take it or another doctor would. Cash talks and everything else walks. Prices would soon come in line to meet the demand of average people. I'm not reaching for a crying towel. I was an entreprenuer(in the music business) for 40 years and I'm now retired on my own investments not government or coporate welfare. Doctors and hospitals need to learn how to operate their business based on what consumers are willing to pay. If they can't they should end up where other business ends up, bankrupt. Old doctors need to move over and allow the young doctors more work. Young doctors start out with the concept people first, money last. Insurance companies have turned the medical complex into a money making scam.
steph

Greeneville, TN

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#55
Apr 11, 2011
 
its the best idea in years
RU KIDDING

Mattoon, IL

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#56
Apr 11, 2011
 
KEY PROVISIONS THAT TAKE EFFECT IMMEDIATELY
UNDER PATIENT PROTECTION AND AFFORDABLE CARE ACT, AS AMENDED BY THE HEALTH CARE AND EDUCATION RECONCILIATION ACT
FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
SMALL BUSINESS TAX CREDITS—Offers tax credits of up to 35 percent of employer premium contributions for
those small businesses that choose to offer coverage. Effective beginning for calendar year 2010.(Beginning
in 2014, offers credits of up to 50 percent of employer premium contributions, for up to 2 years.)
FOR SENIORS
BEGINS TO CLOSE THE MEDICARE PART D DONUT HOLE—Provides a $250 rebate to those Medicare
beneficiaries who hit the donut hole in 2010. Beginning in January 2011, there is a 50% discount on
prescription drugs in the donut hole.(Also completely closes the donut hole by 2020.)
FREE PREVENTIVE CARE UNDER MEDICARE—Eliminates co‐payments for preventive services and exempts
preventive services from deductibles under the Medicare program. Effective on January 1, 2011.
HELP FOR EARLY RETIREES—Creates a temporary re‐insurance program (until the Exchanges are available) for
employer health plans providing coverage for early retirees, helping to protect coverage while reducing
premiums for employers and these early retirees age 55-64. Effective on June 21, 2010.
FOR THOSE PRIVATELY INSURED
NO DISCRIMINATON AGAINST CHILDREN WITH PRE‐EXISTING CONDITIONS—Prohibits all employer plans and
new plans in the individual market from denying coverage to children with pre‐existing conditions. Effective
for plan years beginning on or after September 23, 2010.
NO RESCISSIONS—Bans all health plans from dropping people from coverage when they get sick. Effective for
plan years beginning on or after September 23, 2010.
NO LIFETIME LIMITS ON COVERAGE—Prohibits all health plans from placing lifetime caps on coverage.
Effective for plan years beginning on or after September 23, 2010.
TIGHTLY REGULATES ANNUAL LIMITS ON COVERAGE—Tightly restricts the use of annual limits by all
employer plans and new plans in the individual market, to ensure access to needed care. Effective for plan
years beginning on or after September 23, 2010.
FREE PREVENTIVE CARE UNDER NEW PLANS—Requires new private plans to cover preventive services with
no co‐payments and with preventive services being exempt from deductibles. Effective for plan years
beginning on or after September 23, 2010.
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RU KIDDING

Mattoon, IL

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#57
Apr 11, 2011
 
NEW, INDEPENDENT APPEALS PROCESS FOR NEW PLANS—Ensures consumers in new plans have access to an
effective internal and external appeals process to appeal decisions. Effective for plan years beginning on or
after September 23, 2010.
MORE FOR YOUR PREMIUM DOLLAR—Requires all health plans to put more of your premiums into your care,
and less into profits, CEO pay, etc. This medical loss ratio requires plans in the individual market to spend 80
percent of premiums on medical services, and plans in the large group market to spend 85 percent. Insurers
that don’t meet these thresholds must provide rebates to policyholders. Effective on January 1, 2011.
NO DISCRIMINATION BASED ON SALARY—Prohibits new employer health plans from establishing any
eligibility rules for health care coverage that have the effect of discriminating in favor of higher wage
employees. Effective for plan years beginning on or after September 23, 2010.
FOR THOSE UNINSURED
IMMEDIATE HELP FOR THE UNINSURED WITH PRE‐EXISTING CONDITIONS (INTERIM HIGH‐RISK POOL)—
Provides immediate access to insurance for Americans who are uninsured because of a pre‐existing condition ‐
through a temporary high‐risk pool – until the Exchanges are up and running in 2014. Effective on July 1, 2010.
EXTENDING COVERAGE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE UP TO 26TH BIRTHDAY THROUGH PARENTS’ INSURANCE –
Requires plans to allow young people up to their 26th birthday to remain on their parents’ insurance policy, at
the parents’ choice. Effective for plan years beginning on or after September 23, 2010.
GENERAL REFORMS
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS—Increases funding for Community Health Centers to allow for nearly
doubling the number of patients served over the next 5 years. Effective beginning in fiscal year 2011.
MORE PRIMARY CARE PRACTITIONERS—Provides new investments to increase the number of primary care
practitioners, including doctors and nurses. Effective beginning in fiscal year 2011.
HEALTH INSURANCE CONSUMER ASSISTANCE—Provides aid to states to establish offices of health insurance
consumer assistance to help consumers file complaints and appeals. Effective beginning in fiscal year 2010.
CREATES NEW, VOLUNTARY, PUBLIC LONG‐TERM CARE INSURANCE PROGRAM—Creates a long‐term care
insurance program to be financed by voluntary payroll deductions to provide benefits to adults who become
functionally disabled. Effective on January 1, 2011.
HOLDS INSURANCE COMPANIES ACCOUNTABLE FOR UNREASONABLE RATE HIKES—Creates a grant program
to support states in requiring health insurance companies to submit justification for requested premium
increases. Effective beginning in fiscal year 2010.
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really?

Elizabethton, TN

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#58
Apr 13, 2011
 
rediculous wrote:
Look at all these bums in here hollering for free health care, so the working man has to pick up the bill. Makes me sick. Remember how Hitler convinced all those people to go along with whatever he wanted? Obama's heading in the same direction. Makes me wanna puke when I see how many people are dumb enough to buy into this crap.
Just wondering...what kind of insurance do you have? Where do you work? What income bracket do you fall in? Do you or anyone in your family have health problems? How much do you spend on out of pocket health expenses each month? Are you or anyone in your family receive social security or Medicare? Do you receive a tax refund? What is your actual tax payment on your federal income tax? I am asking everyone who is against healthcare reform to be upfront and answer these questions...just curious.
Danchi

Southfield, MI

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#59
Sep 9, 2012
 
Everyone should have health care so those with it don't have to pay for those who don't.

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