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I agree with this to an extent. I would rather give up my VA insurance than obamacare be implemented.
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I'm against Obamacare too and would rather it not be implemented, but for a different reason. It's a mongrel child that isn't going to do enough to fix anything and will permanently give a bad name to a cause that should be dear to all Americans and gets majority "yes" in poll after poll but far too many moneyed interests in D.C. have bought off the decisionmakers.
health insurance shouldn't be attached as a job benefit anyway.
It's a burden on American companies to have to pay for their employees' insurance, which in any case has a disparate cost structure in various parts of America-- thus making America less attractive for job creation compared to other countries.
I agree, I see it doing nothing more than increasing handouts. I think we should let insurance companies cross state lines in order to create more of a free market system.
I'm white and my parents had jobs growing up and we couldn't afford health insurance. My parents probably just would have let us die rather than take any kind of government handouts though. After all, rather than take our pets to the vet we just shot them if they had anything wrong. That was a lot cheaper. Luckily for me and my siblings they never had to make that choice with us.
You owe me a paragraph (or smallish blurb) on overhauling the system, good sir!
J/k you're a busy man now that you're married, but all the same i'd love to hear some opinions from fellow Ags about the current Medicaid system.
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- Dzhek Kasl #1086
Health insurance is not a burden on employers. It is a benefit used to entice the best, most qualified talent to join their ranks. It has become a "norm" because our workforce has become more educated and competent, thus making them more valuable and necessAry for their employers continued existence and profit.
The idea that you are entitled to any service that another person provides is asinine. Inalienable rights are not goods or services, but rather moral tenures that should be held and valued by any decent human being.
Additionally, healthcare is not a right, it is a privilege. It is a privilege for a person to goto school in order to practice medicine as a career and it is a privilege for a person to recieve care from that person who has worked extrememly hard to be in that position.
I forgot sir, I apologize! I believe they should let insurance companies cross state lines in order to create more of a free market system.
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So much bullshit, Texas has been a net tax payer for as long as I can remember.
Texans only get 94% of what they give to the Federal Government back.
Or should I say, Texans only get 94% of what the Federal Government takes back.
All the Obamacare lovers don't get it -- that foolhardy law is going to bankrupt the country and when it does, we won't have healthcare, we won't have social security, we won't have medicare, we won't have national defense, we won't have law and order, we won't have a country. But none of that will matter because we will have Obamacare -- yay!!
May all those who voted for that pathetic law rot in hell!
We'll pick up our guns and fight before that happens. And I have faith Texas will declare secession before the country fails
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