Health Care Debate - Reva, VA

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Danielle

Winchester, VA

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Dec 17, 2009
 
There are too many add ons for this to be a real bill. Also, how long can we survive with the Government interference.
William Gimbel

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Dec 24, 2009
 
Too much too quick, too much federal government control, will put private insurers out of business, will cost money that will have to be borrowed thus increasing inflation, and many more issues
resident

Charlottesville, VA

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May 15, 2010
 
Typical responses of those who voted Republican to start with, I suspect. Government interference? By telling companies they have to supply insurance to their employees? Well- maybe yes, if you are a company that doesn't care about your employees.

Put private insurers out of business? Where? When? Did you not read the bill? It is helping insurance companies, by having more people buy policies from them. They are ALL jumping on the band wagon. If you, and others who keep saying this, would simply look at the countries which have such laws, you would see that people are still able to buy private insurance (and about 50 percent do). Here, already, we have people who have "government" insurance, but still go out and buy private policies as "fillers" to cover what the government doesn't. You have the continued right to do so (and should).

I haven't talked to one person yet, who has lost insurance, since these new bills went into affect, and yes I know, they haven't all gone into affect as of yet. Lets wait and see how they do, before we yell "the sky is falling". Chicken little was dumb - let us not be.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

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May 15, 2010
 
resident wrote:
Typical responses of those who voted Republican to start with, I suspect. Government interference? By telling companies they have to supply insurance to their employees? Well- maybe yes, if you are a company that doesn't care about your employees.
Put private insurers out of business? Where? When? Did you not read the bill? It is helping insurance companies, by having more people buy policies from them. They are ALL jumping on the band wagon. If you, and others who keep saying this, would simply look at the countries which have such laws, you would see that people are still able to buy private insurance (and about 50 percent do). Here, already, we have people who have "government" insurance, but still go out and buy private policies as "fillers" to cover what the government doesn't. You have the continued right to do so (and should).
I haven't talked to one person yet, who has lost insurance, since these new bills went into affect, and yes I know, they haven't all gone into affect as of yet. Lets wait and see how they do, before we yell "the sky is falling". Chicken little was dumb - let us not be.
So, lets wait until the U.S. economy is wiped out with these stupid new laws. Health care will become a small issue, then.
Hit Girl

Westwood, NJ

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May 16, 2010
 
Defiant1 wrote:
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So, lets wait until the U.S. economy is wiped out with these stupid new laws. Health care will become a small issue, then.
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