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    Re: Appeals court rules against Obama healthcare law

    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    no, the Appeals Court has deemed the individual mandate to be unConstitutional, not ALL of Obamacare.

    and the SCOTUS has the final say anyways, so who cares what the lower courts think.
    Oh, ya... that's a good start... Next you got waivers to the law, so it's not being enforced equally... that should be enough to get the rest of this monstrosity scrapped.

    Quote Originally Posted by Misterveritis View Post
    You are so woefully misinformed. Republicans did not even get to see the bill until hours before being told they had to vote for this tyrannical law.
    And they voted against it.



    And what discussion on the tyrannical bill would be complete without a youtube video?

    But that's how america is supposed to be, you gotta buy before you try and no refunds.

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    Re: Appeals court rules against Obama healthcare law

    Quote Originally Posted by 1Perry View Post
    To bad we didn't try and find away to cover those with no insurance as opposed to wasting a year on something that's just going to get tossed.
    You mean like a public option or UHC? I agree.

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    Re: Appeals court rules against Obama healthcare law

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    I agree.
    few care

    these people, in contrast, matter

    Update: List of Dem Senators Who Don't Support the Public Option | CarlBentham's Blog

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    Re: Appeals court rules against Obama healthcare law

    Quote Originally Posted by BmanMcfly View Post
    Oh, ya... that's a good start... Next you got waivers to the law, so it's not being enforced equally... that should be enough to get the rest of this monstrosity scrapped.



    But that's how america is supposed to be, you gotta buy before you try and no refunds.
    The waivers were written into the law to prevent businesses from being punished due to preexisting contracts. There is absolutely no evidence that waivers are being granted preferentially.

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    Re: Appeals court rules against Obama healthcare law

    anthony i-wanna-waiver weiner on the pleasant prospect of somehow exempting the apple:

    "a lot of people who got waivers were people who are our friends"

    Anthony Weiner: Waiver might work for New York - Kate Nocera - POLITICO.com

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    Re: Appeals court rules against Obama healthcare law

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    anthony i-wanna-waiver weiner on the pleasant prospect of somehow exempting the apple:

    "a lot of people who got waivers were people who are our friends"

    Anthony Weiner: Waiver might work for New York - Kate Nocera - POLITICO.com
    No bias ... written into the bill for a reason:

    Health Care Law Waivers | FactCheck.org

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    Re: Appeals court rules against Obama healthcare law

    that's not quite what the top champion of the public option in pelosi's place said...

    hmm...

    i wonder why

    LOL!

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    Re: Appeals court rules against Obama healthcare law

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    that's not quite what the top champion of the public option in pelosi's place said...

    hmm...

    i wonder why

    LOL!
    Business, not Pelosi, asked for waivers - The Hill's Healthwatch

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    Re: Appeals court rules against Obama healthcare law

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    Business, not Pelosi, asked for waivers
    of course they did, everyone wants out

    even onetime wannabe anthony i-wanna-waiver in new york

    LOL!

    why?

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    Re: Appeals court rules against Obama healthcare law

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    of course they did, everyone wants out

    even onetime wannabe anthony i-wanna-waiver in new york

    LOL!

    why?
    Why not read the article and find out? Do you even read the articles you link to? LOL

    “These temporary waivers are necessary to help ensure that the waiters, dishwashers, maids, home health aides, and other hardworking people can keep the health coverage they have, while we transition to 2014, when they will have access to affordable coverage in a competitive marketplace,” Larsen told The Hill in an email."

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    "Hilarie Aitken, co-owner of Flex-Plan Services, Inc., which filed the waiver applications on behalf of dozens of businesses, said that’s simply not the case.
    “It had nothing to do with Nancy Pelosi,” Aitken told The Hill, “and it's really unfortunate that this has turned into such a political story.

    “I usually vote Republican,” Aitken added, “and I'm a little bit ashamed at where the Republicans have taken this.”

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