Health Care Debate - Texas City, TX

Discuss the national Health Care debate in Texas City, TX.

Do you support President Obama's health care policy?

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DJ

Chicago, IL

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Sep 25, 2009
 
Too much too fast. A legacy of debt for our children and their children.
Requiter2008

Belfry, KY

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Sep 28, 2009
 
DJ wrote:
Too much too fast. A legacy of debt for our children and their children.
Wrong. Not enough and not fast enough. How much longer should we wait for all our citizens to have healthcare?
How much longer should we wait to stop the abuses of the insurance companies?
john

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Oct 28, 2009
 
The Govt option will not work, take the Flu vaccine issue, first it,s not a problem, then it is. The vacine will be a 2 parter than it wont, now there arent enough to go around. Thats your Govt Health Care. No Thanks
Requiter2008

Belfry, KY

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Oct 29, 2009
 
john wrote:
The Govt option will not work, take the Flu vaccine issue, first it,s not a problem, then it is. The vacine will be a 2 parter than it wont, now there arent enough to go around. Thats your Govt Health Care. No Thanks
Try telling Medicare patients and VA patients that government healthcare won't work. Keep spinning.
tj

La Marque, TX

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Jan 10, 2010
 
no
tj

La Marque, TX

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Jan 10, 2010
 
it will not work
Maureen

Pasadena, TX

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Nov 24, 2011
 
Absolutely Not! He has a socialist agenda. And, It is affecting all of us in the way of health care reform
TV MAN

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Nov 28, 2011
 
Maureen wrote:
Absolutely Not! He has a socialist agenda. And, It is affecting all of us in the way of health care reform
To all Republicans that want to repeal Obama Care:
Obama's Health Care Law shrinks Medicare doughnut hole.
The average beneficiary who falls into the coverage gap would have spent 1,504 dollars this year on prescriptions. But thanks to discounts and other provisions in President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, that cost fell to 901 dollars, according to Medicare's office of the Actuary which handles economic estimates. A 50 percent discount that the law secured from pharmaceutical companies on brand name drugs yielded an average savings of 581 dollars.
Thanks Obama.
J-DawG

Texas City, TX

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Nov 29, 2011
 
How are u gonna make people pay for something they cant afford??! Cant suck blood from a turnip.
TV MAN

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Dec 2, 2011
 
J-DawG wrote:
How are u gonna make people pay for something they cant afford??! Cant suck blood from a turnip.
The question is what can someone afford if they lived responsibly.
The IRS figures prove 43% of all unisured folks have jobs, and can afford health insurance. However they choose not to buy. The IRS facts prove another 30% work and can afford something. They can receive government assistance for the difference. The other 27% must prove they can't afford insurance and our government will support them. Look at those numbers. and and prove to me the status quo is better. One thing for sure, hospitals and doctors will get something if not all of their income. Insurance companys revenue will sky rocket and lower their risk. Obama will make sure insurance companys pay back 85% of insurance revenue to premiums. In time that will slow, or decrease premiums. Look folks, think, it's common sense.

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