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Obamabinladin

Oct-25-13 9:01 AM

At least when this thing completely implodes, National Healthcare will never be mentioned again! Watching this whole thing unfold is better than the World Series and the Super Bowl all wrapped up in one:)

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Gemini

Oct-25-13 9:32 AM

Pass the popcorn...

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ladybug

Oct-25-13 10:16 AM

Who cares .

Just more coming out of tax payer pockets either way.

The more people without insurance,The more my premiums,co-pays ,deuctibles and out of pocket increses,

Hooray hooray

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Kozy62

Oct-25-13 10:56 AM

ladybug...you are correct only because both democrats and republicans are giving our taxes away to those who are choosing not to have insutance...much like the person who decides not to buy gasoline for his car and runs out. If another person always helps him by filling his car up, he will eventually decide to just not buy gas again. If on the otherhand, he has to walk some great distance to buy some gas...he will not run out again.

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Kozy62

Oct-25-13 11:02 AM

So, if those in Washington had no political reason to pay (with our money) for people's bad choices...there would be only the problem with those who are truely unable to work and/or handicapped. I have no way of proving how many dollars that would save but have to believe it would be huge...plus, people would lean again what it's like to be responsible.

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ladybug

Oct-25-13 11:41 AM

I'm glad it's so simple to some people.

We have 50 to 60 million without insurance because most of them can't afford the basics.

Little lone $ 10000 to 12000/yr for insurance coverage.

I see people everyday who are like you said to lazy to work .while I see many working at low paying jobs just trying to survive.

Like I said : Who Cares !!!

Let the whole*****country implode

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ladybug

Oct-25-13 11:45 AM

Salem for example was full of good paying jobs at one time.

Most have been replaced by $ 8 to 10/hr jobs.

The yearly avg wage at walmart is $18100.

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ladybug

Oct-25-13 11:51 AM

50 % of salems school children live at poverty wages, The avg yearly wade in this area is around $30000.

We now have a food pantry and 2 area places serving food once a week to the poor,

This area now has a summer program where school kids can go get a lunch during the summer.

This is real progress /A reason to stand up a be pround of our country .

While the petty babies in Washington fight over every*****thing,

I can't vote for that .I might loose a vote

' WHO CARES "

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ladybug

Oct-25-13 12:02 PM

Any country so GD stupid to give companies a tax break to move overseas or to lazy to work on tax reform to get these same companies to invest and hire here needs to sink

If the voter ever wakes up ,which they won't it will never change.

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rpmwwe

Oct-25-13 1:26 PM

"Any country so GD stupid to give companies a tax break to move overseas or to lazy to work on tax reform to get these same companies to invest and hire here needs to sink"

I agree, bug. The federal and many state governments have become so big, complex, and bloated that there is no efficiency or accountability. If there is no efficiency, then it will consume more and more with little or no change to output. If there is no accountability, then who is responsible for implementing needed changes? It can't be fixed with what we have to work with.

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Mtlhed

Oct-25-13 6:10 PM

Bug Says- Salem for example was full of good paying jobs at one time. Most have been replaced by $ 8 to 10/hr jobs.

I didn't leave Salem 25 years ago for that reason, but looking back, perhaps it benifited me financially. Salem does seem stuck in quicksand. I've said this before, but as much as I love my home town, I'm afraid that one needs to leave Salem and go to the big cities or company friendly states to find decent jobs.

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notSocialist

Oct-26-13 6:25 AM

HEADLINE: Michelle Obama’s Princeton classmate is executive at company that built Obamacare website

"First Lady Michelle Obama’s Princeton classmate is a top executive at the company that earned the contract to build the failed Obamacare website.

Toni Townes-Whitley, Princeton class of ’85, is senior vice president at CGI Federal, which earned the NO-BID contract to build the $678 million Obamacare enrollment website at Healthcare.gov. CGI Federal is the U.S. arm of a Canadian company."

dailycaller. com/2013/10/25/michelle-obamas-princeton-classmate-is-executive-at-company-that-built-obamacare-website/

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notSocialist

Oct-26-13 6:25 AM

The plot thickens.

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notSocialist

Oct-26-13 6:26 AM

Gee, where is our new troll?

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Kozy62

Oct-26-13 10:13 PM

How could Barack Obama and his celebrated team of incredibly proficient, plugged in techies – the team that twice got him elected – be behind the utterly disastrous launch of the ObamaCare online storefront, healthcare.gov – arguably the biggest website failure in history? How could so much money have been spent to produce such a problem-plagued site that apparently was doomed in its developmental confusion? And how to fix this monumental mess, well, there doesn’t seem to be any clear plan…other than hope. And now we learn that many, if not most, of the people actually signing up for ObamaCare through the website are enrolling in Medicaid, not signing up for private insurance policies they pay for, but adding their names onto government rolls – a financial drain on the system, not contributing to it. And many, if not most of those who are enrolling in private plans are finding their insurance premiums, deductibles and co-pays unaffordably high.

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Kozy62

Oct-27-13 2:12 AM

But, ladybug, you have implied that you voted for or at least back those who are opposed to American free enterprise and energy independence...big government, with high taxes...huge anti business regulations...and no accountability when it comes to representation.

You have also called certain representatives names for doing what they were elected to do.

Why then are you so upset with the majority of those in Washington (both parties)? You actually want it that way.

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rpmwwe

Oct-27-13 2:15 AM

"Gee, where is our new troll?"

Probably already off to another town and another site to help spread the savior's message.

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TripleD

Oct-30-13 5:25 AM

I signed up at healthcare.gov and I now have real numbers to share with you.

My current 2013 Health Insurance cost is: Month $689.08 Year $8268.96

My 2014 Health Insurance cost was going to be: Month $833.48 Year $10,001.76 That is a 20.9554% increase. That is not because of Obamacare. I have been hit with increases like this every year for the last 10 years.

My Affordable Healthcare Act cost will be: Month $498.70 Year $5984.40 That is a savings of 40.1665% over what Anthem Blue Cross was going to charge me in 2014. It is also quite a bit less than what they charged me this year. My deductible is the same but my office visits will cost less and my maximum out of pocket costs at $650 less a year. This is my payment without any government subsidies. This is what the actual quote is from Anthem Blue Cross. I am a very happy with Obamacare.

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questioner

Oct-30-13 12:51 PM

Business World Oct.29

Democrats at least are consistent. Back in 1993, during the fight over HillaryCare, Mrs. Clinton explained Democratic reasoning to then-House GOP Leader Denny Hastert. If Americans are allowed too much discretion over how they spend their health-care dollars, Mrs. Clinton said, "We just think people will be too focused on saving money and they won't get the care for their children and themselves that they need . . .

"The money has to go to the federal government because the federal government will spend that money better."

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questioner

Oct-30-13 12:55 PM

Despite President Obama’s assurances to the contrary, millions of Americans are discovering that they will not be able to keep their current health insurance when the Affordable Care Act takes full effect next year.

Reports Tuesday from CBS and NBC News document this development. According to CBS, US insurance firms have sent health policy cancellation notices to more than 2 million people, with 800,000 in New Jersey alone.

NBC estimates that 50 to 75 percent of the 14 million Americans who purchase their health insurance as individuals on the open market can expect a cancellation letter, as their policies don’t meet standards mandated by the ACA.

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notSocialist

Oct-31-13 6:39 AM

"I am a very happy with Obamacare. "

One down, 310,000,000 to go!

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notSocialist

Nov-01-13 6:02 AM

"The administration has refused to release any data on how many people enrolled in plans in the past month. But now CBS's Sharyl Attkisson has obtained documents requested by the House Oversight Committee which reveal that just 6 people signed up the first day."

breitbart. com/InstaBlog/2013/10/31/Just-6-People-Enrolled-in-Obamacare-Plans-on-October-1st

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notSocialist

Nov-01-13 6:03 AM

"Senate Democrats facing reelection in 2014 are scrambling to distance themselves from their prior promises that anyone who wants to keep their healthcare insurance can do so under Obamacare.

According to CBS News, over two million Americans have already received cancellation notices from their insurance companies due to Obamacare, despite President Barack Obama promising at least 23 times that Obamacare would not force anyone out of their current insurance plan. "

breitbart. com/Big-Government/2013/10/31/Flashback-Senate-Democrats-Echoed-Obama-s-Insurance-Promise

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notSocialist

Nov-01-13 6:06 AM

HEADLINE: Two Americas: Top Hospitals Closed to ObamaCare Enrollees

[R]esponding to Obamacare caps on premiums, many insurers will, in turn, simply offer top-tier doctors and hospitals far less cash for services rendered.

Watchdog**** looked at the top 18 hospitals nationwide as ranked by U.S. News and World Report for 2013-2014. We contacted each hospital to determine their contracts and talked to several insurance companies, as well.

The result of our investigation: Many top hospitals are simply opting out of Obamacare.

breitbart. com/Big-Government/2013/10/31/Two-americas-top-hospitals-closed-to-obamacare-enrollees

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Kozy62

Nov-01-13 8:01 AM

TripleD Oct-30-13 5:25AM: "My current 2013 Health Insurance cost is: Month $689.08 Year $8268.96

My 2014 Health Insurance cost was going to be: Month $833.48 Year $10,001.76 That is a 20.9554% increase. That is not because of Obamacare. I have been hit with increases like this every year for the last 10 years."

Have no idea what your actual premiums have been but if you do the math, you were paying very little for your insurance 10 yeas ago...not certain the math works, but I'm happy your happy.

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