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WhiskeyGirl
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« on: December 16, 2013, 06:38:34 AM »

Before Obamacare, many Americans paid for insurance or a plan to ensure healthcare treatment/coverage.  They were ALREADY PAYING MORE than the freeloaders, lazy, greedy, illegal aliens.  Many sacrificed for themselves and their families.  They valued their health and made different decisions about how to get the job of insurance/healthcare done.  Likely, they had 'choice' too.

Today?  We have Obamacare.  Choice and peace of mind have gone out the windows anf the roof has been blown off due to skyrocketing peices - thanks to the lazy greedy ruling class.

What do you get for 5X the previous price and 5X the deductibles?  A group doctor visit and the refrain that you should pay more out of pocket if you want to keep your doctor?  If you want a private visit?  Really?

Responsible people were already paying more. Paying it forward.  Paying $50 to more than !,000 a month to cover their families.  They had choice and a doctor they lik
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« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2013, 06:44:38 AM »

for some reason unknown to me, this didn't take the first time...

Before Obamacare, many Americans paid for insurance or a plan to ensure healthcare treatment/coverage.  They were ALREADY PAYING MORE than the freeloaders, lazy, greedy, illegal aliens.  Many sacrificed for themselves and their families.  They valued their health and made different decisions about how to get the job of insurance/healthcare done.  Likely, they had 'choice' too.

Today?  We have Obamacare.  Choice and peace of mind have gone out the windows anf the roof has been blown off due to skyrocketing peices - thanks to the lazy greedy ruling class.

What do you get for 5X the previous price and 5X the deductibles?  A group doctor visit and the refrain that you should pay more out of pocket if you want to keep your doctor?  If you want a private visit?  Really?

Responsible people were already paying more. Paying it forward.  Paying $50 to more than !,000 a month to cover their families.  They had choice and a doctor they liked or chose.  Maybe some, like Pelosi's friend were not happy, but why destroy the healthcare of millions for a few unhappy people?  Why didn't the unhappy people make another choice?  Pay more?

For some reason, the lazy greedy, ruling and unhappy class seem driven to destroy everyone's happiness in America. 

What's wrong with this picture?  Government by ruling and welfare class?  Greed?

just my humble opinions.
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« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2013, 09:29:53 AM »

Why aren't they telling able bodied welfare recipients to get a job if they want to see a doctor?

$$$ is how we store our labor for future use.  Why does the ruling class keep stealing the labor of others? 

Why aren't welfare moms and dads finding jobs like illegal aliens?

Why should the lazy and greedy be living off the labor of others?

What's wrong with this picture?
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