Rob Rogers for April 01, 2014

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    Motivemagus  over 10 years ago

    That’s because there isn’t one.

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    Theodore E. Lind Premium Member over 10 years ago

    Keeping with conservative ideology, we need to repeal the laws that require treatment of seriously Ill people. That way they will have to either die or get a job.

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    Don Winchester Premium Member over 10 years ago

    Despite a widening search area, and hundreds of satellites images, analysts say we may never find the Lib Dem’s real numbers on how many people that signed up for Obamacare have actually payed. How many were previously uninsured rather than those that had to find new plans because Obamacare nullified their old plans. They won’t release the net loss of how many lost their plans to those that “signed up”. One huge fiasco and JUST the Dems own it!

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    Diane Lee Premium Member over 10 years ago

    I know some actual people who have been effected by Obamacare. There’s my aunt. She had a rough time getting a job because she’s diabetic and potential employers didn’t want to deal with the insurance issues involved. Now she has her own insurance and a new job. Then there’s my niece, who can stay on her parent’s plan until she’s 26. Until Obamacare, she didn’t have insurance. Personally, Obamacare is closing the donut hole on my Medicare, which means it will pay for a lot of medication that would have been my problem before Obamacare. And, there’s my brother who was staying on a job he only needed for the insurance because his wife has chronic respiratory problems and if she had gotten really bad it would have wiped out their savings. Now he has Obamacare and he’s retired. Another person who has benefited is the lady who took the job he no longer needed. I don’t personally know of anyone who has had a problem with Obamacare, and those who are featured on TV so far have turned out to either being lying or too stupid to actually check out how it works. So, if you folks who are screaming about how bad Obamacare is have some actual cases of people who have been harmed and offset all of these benefits, put up or shut up.

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    ARodney  over 10 years ago

    Of course there’s no Republican plan. Joad says there is one, but he can’t actually point to it, because it’s like a leprechaun or a unicorn. Doesn’t exist. Obamacare IS the conservative health care reform proposal.

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    Don Winchester Premium Member over 10 years ago

    Ok…fine….just TELL us how many have PAID! How many were uninsured before they signed up as opposed to having to go to Obamacare because the policy they DID have was deemed “substandard”? (Remember this was for people that’s never HAD health insurance). How many have to be subsidized (i.e. paid for by working people). How many signed up for Medicare? Just answer these simple questions and then you could be considered credible.

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    Don Winchester Premium Member over 10 years ago

    @reflexA study showing only 858,000 out of YOUR claim of 7 million sign ups have even PAID their premiums. FAIL!

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    Don Winchester Premium Member over 10 years ago

    @ReflexThe websitehttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2594309/President-plans-victory-lap-strong-Obamacare-enrollment-Sebelius-faces-unpopular-law-blank-stare-tough-questions-remain-whos-signing-up.html

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    echoraven  over 10 years ago

    There are reports of something 5 million plus losing their insurance because of the ACA, but the new number is touting 7 million that have signed up (not sure if it just means started the process, or paid premiums) since number have been inflated..So with all the damage that the ACA is causing, will we really be better off?

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    NoCons  over 10 years ago

    It’s cute how the Cons hate the idea of affordable health care or anything else that makes sense.

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