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    Re: Older Workers Could Face Cost Disparities in Health Law Glitch

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    And excuse us if we take the opinion of someone who knows what the **** he's actually talking about in this (Ryan) as opposed to some guy online (you).
    So basically I'm going off of all the info I can find online, government reports, the actual numbers and facts and you just listen for what Paul Ryan said and run with that. Clever plan on your part. Much easier when you just get your marching orders from your savior then actually thinking for yourself.
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    uh that is so small as to be stupid. Do you want registration? given less than 3% of criminals get their guns from private sales, its pretty much a waste of resources
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    you are confused. I never denied that many criminals get guns in private sales.

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    Re: Older Workers Could Face Cost Disparities in Health Law Glitch

    Quote Originally Posted by roughdraft274 View Post
    So basically I'm going off of all the info I can find online, government reports, the actual numbers and facts and you just listen for what Paul Ryan said and run with that. Clever plan on your part. Much easier when you just get your marching orders from your savior then actually thinking for yourself.
    A... who is my 'savior'?
    B... Ryan has first hand knowledge of all the available data. YOU, on the other hand, only read what agrees with your already formed opinion and discount any data presented against it as 'conservative talking points'.

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    Re: Older Workers Could Face Cost Disparities in Health Law Glitch

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    A... who is my 'savior'?
    B... Ryan has first hand knowledge of all the available data. YOU, on the other hand, only read what agrees with your already formed opinion and discount any data presented against it as 'conservative talking points'.
    So do Obama and Pelosi but somehow i don't think you'd take kindly to me saying "they said it! good enough for me!" as proof that I was right.

    You have fun bowing to the golden alter of Paul Ryan. I find it funny that no liberal in this thread has said "Obama said it! good enough for me" which is what conservatives act like we do and in the mean time a conservative actually comes in and says "Paul Ryan is the smartest man ever to live and can't be questioned and he agrees with me..."

    Smells like hypocrisy, lol.
    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    uh that is so small as to be stupid. Do you want registration? given less than 3% of criminals get their guns from private sales, its pretty much a waste of resources
    **Thirty Minutes Later**
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    you are confused. I never denied that many criminals get guns in private sales.

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    Re: Older Workers Could Face Cost Disparities in Health Law Glitch

    conservative: it punishes americans between ages 62 and 65 who continue to work while incentivizing their identical peers who opt instead for social security

    To see how the Social Security wrinkle would work, consider a hypothetical example of two neighbors on the same block.

    They are both 62 and have the same income of $39,500 a year. But one gets all his income from working, while the other gets $20,000 from part-time work and $19,500 from Social Security.

    Neither of them gets health insurance on the job. Instead, they purchase it individually.

    Starting in 2014, they would get their coverage through a new online health insurance market called an exchange. Millions of people in the exchanges would get federal tax credits to make their premiums more affordable. Less-healthy consumers could not be charged more because of their medical problems.

    The neighbor who is getting Social Security would pay an estimated $206 a month in premiums.

    Half of his income from Social Security, or $9,750, would not be counted in figuring his federal health insurance tax credit. On paper, he would look poorer. So he would get a bigger tax credit to offset his premiums.

    But the neighbor who makes all his income from work would not be able to deduct any of it. He would pay $313 for health insurance, or about 50 percent more.
    Older Workers Could Face Cost Disparities in Health Law Glitch - FoxNews.com

    hey, nancy told us---we gotta pass it to find out this kinda stuff

    if obamacare's such a prize, why do so many want out?

    Number of healthcare reform law waivers climbs above 1,000 - The Hill's Healthwatch

    why does sebelius let em go?

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