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by Ohwiseone
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Obamacare is not "FREE" health care

People have finally realized that the word “free” is nowhere to be found in Obamacare’s “ Affordable Health Care Act”. Coverage under President Barack Obama's health care law won't be cheap. A study released Thursday by the nonprofit Kaiser Family Foundation found that government tax credits would lower the sticker price on a benchmark "silver" policy to a little over $190 a month for single people making about $29,000, regardless of their age. For uninsured people who are paying nothing today, this is still a big cost that they're expected to fit into their budgets.

 
 

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luvthesouth

BobBarker, your explanation of the reason he received the award kind of degrades its significance.

Posted 258 days ago.

luvthesouth

actually fred, if you can get past your obvious blindness of the facts, you will find that what i posted was gleaned from several non-fox sources and combined into my objectionable post. while reading my posts may be a struggle, i find great glee in having you take the time to read them. i think you will find the facts that i provided to be accurate and since you do seem to read my post with prejudice, you may find that i was dismayed that the actual mandates that would make this law successful were being dismantled by it's namesake. everyday is nice and thank you.

Posted 258 days ago.

luvthesouth

your doctor." even though he neglected to add that he also stated empirically that you can keep your doctor. is he really not satified with only having ONE "Lie of the Year" award???? greedy...ain't he!

Posted 258 days ago.

luvthesouth

for some... no pain and all gain. the President is slowly but surely removing the teeth(personal responsiblility) from the law by suggestion and then vote. the exemptions i believe will keep the law from its intended purpose in several respects. this law has the unfolding potential to become another unfunded mandate which will need to be funded. it has been shown that the people will not fully fund the law through personal responsibility and therefore the balance will need to be provided....but how? the hardship exemption along with the many others as well as the less than stellar performance so far is further bewildering when one hears the president say that the law is fully funded by its participants that have signed up so far. his statement and the numbers do not balance. is this just another anticipated success like his Nobel Peace prize??? is optimism to be blindly deemed as success? it appears so...by the way in the same interview he conceded that "you may have to change yo

Posted 258 days ago.

thegreek

Obama said/promised you wont lose your doctor but that aint true. People are also having less choice on what doctors to go to. Not too hard to comprehend is it??

Posted 260 days ago.

thegreek

It means I am for people that are sick getting medical help !!

Posted 260 days ago.

thegreek

I have already chosen the side of truth and reason. The politicians of the past made the same mistake your ilk has in assuming the American people are stupid and short sighted. This I am sure will be rectified in Nov but for now people are so SICK of talking about politics that they are putting it off. If the repubs don't control everything the end of this year it will be because people gave up and dint vote out of exasperation !!!

Posted 260 days ago.

thegreek

Asknot - you obviously do not have a serious medical problem or you wouldn't say that !! So it is ALL ABOUT YOU !!

Posted 260 days ago.

thegreek

Did the Fla gov vote for the health care act? I didnt know they did that LOL. You guys can't handle the truth can you ??

Posted 260 days ago.

thegreek

The world of politics is nothing if not cynical and hypocritical. One-time allies can turn on you in an instant, if the polling data says it's a good idea to turn. Alliances are a mile wide and an inch deep. And so it is with the Democrats who voted for Obamacare and are now scrambling for an escape hatch.

A dozen or so Democratic senators up for re-election next year are beginning to panic, as the president's signature legislation continues to break promises, under-deliver and, quite literally, imperil the lives of Americans who are losing health insurance plans - many of them chronically ill.

Posted 260 days ago.

thegreek

I see your point but not the problem. A win is a win as you said.

Posted 260 days ago.

thegreek

My words - It is only March. The races will heat up more as people start thinking about it closer to November.!! Hows that??

Posted 260 days ago.

thegreek

The race has been considered an early test of President Barack Obama's signature health care reform law as an election issue going into the 2014 midterms.

Huffington Post and The A.P.

Posted 260 days ago.

thegreek

YES SIR. RIGHT AWAY SIR.

Posted 260 days ago.

thegreek

So. Is it more productive to live in the PAST and blame past administrations??

Posted 260 days ago.

thegreek

The race has been considered an early test of President Barack Obama's signature health care reform law as an election issue going into the 2014 midterms.

Huffington Post and The A.P.

Not my words - Theirs.

Posted 260 days ago.

thegreek

What do you think I made that up??? It is from YOUR Huffington Post. That article that says "Below, more from the Associated Press:

I dont really care. I just hope some of those people that voted FOR the ACA will maybe gain a little respect FOR the American people who vote them in or out. Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid and the likes.. I am not talking about presidential election here. I am talking about ridding Congress of disrespectful idiots that make backdoor deals that pi55 off the taxpayers and then blame the republicans and past administrations for 6 yeras for all their own failures.

Posted 260 days ago.

thegreek

You are too Bob B.

Posted 261 days ago.

thegreek

Bob B. There is a war on coal. Not those you indicated.

Posted 261 days ago.

thegreek

Republican David Jolly has won the special election to fill the empty congressional seat in Florida's 13th congressional district, the Associated Press reports, defeating Democratic rival Alex Sink.

The election was held Tuesday to fill the seat left vacant by longtime Rep. Bill Young (R-Fla.), who died last year. The race has been considered an early test of President Barack Obama's signature health care reform law as an election issue going into the 2014 midterms.

Below, more from the Associated Press:

Republican David Jolly defeated Democrat Alex Sink on Tuesday in a Tampa-area House district where President Barack Obama's health care overhaul got its first test ahead of November's midterm elections and Democrats and Republicans spent millions of dollars auditioning national strategies for the rest of the year.

Posted 261 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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