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    Re: Insurance for the young could be less than $50 a month

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    So its a lie just cuz you say so. Gotcha.
    No, it's a lie because it meets the definition of a lie in the English dictionary... The president was told 3 years ago that it was a lie, and he chose to continue repeating it.

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    Re: Insurance for the young could be less than $50 a month

    Quote Originally Posted by Fisher View Post
    Our hospital gives you a 10% discount if you pay in full with a credit card, so there you go......as if people with no insurance pay their bills to begin with. 4% collected of all billed charges does not put the number very high.
    I'm still wondering what the maximum deductible is for people with no insurance
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    Re: Insurance for the young could be less than $50 a month

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
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    Lets get this website up and running to make it a lot easier to apply for these plans. [/FONT][/COLOR]
    Over 2 million people have been bumped from their existing coverage and/or have found that enrolling in a different plan would cost them hundreds more than what they were already paying *each MONTH*

    . . . . $50 for young and fit? I'm more concerned for the families who pay hundreds and got the shaft, only to have to pay hundreds more on top of that.
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    Re: Insurance for the young could be less than $50 a month

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    I'm still wondering what the maximum deductible is for people with no insurance
    I'll help you out.

    It's zero.
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    Re: Insurance for the young could be less than $50 a month

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
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    Lets get this website up and running to make it a lot easier to apply for these plans. [/FONT][/COLOR]
    So just over 25% of those eligible young people have the "opportunity" of getting the life insurance version of PLPD - insurance they could "afford" but really doesn't give much protection.

    Hail Obama.

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    Re: Insurance for the young could be less than $50 a month

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    I'm still wondering what the maximum deductible is for people with no insurance
    And that would matter how if they can't come up with the deductible either way?

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    Re: Insurance for the young could be less than $50 a month

    Quote Originally Posted by Grim17 View Post
    No, it's a lie because it meets the definition of a lie in the English dictionary... The president was told 3 years ago that it was a lie, and he chose to continue repeating it.
    not what we are talking about but whatever.


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    Re: Insurance for the young could be less than $50 a month

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
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    Lets get this website up and running to make it a lot easier to apply for these plans. [/FONT][/COLOR]
    Well, isn't that just special?

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    Re: Insurance for the young could be less than $50 a month

    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieD View Post
    Well, isn't that just special?
    Ya, in a sweet, naive, Kool-Aidy kinda way.

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    Re: Insurance for the young could be less than $50 a month

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
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    Lets get this website up and running to make it a lot easier to apply for these plans. [/FONT][/COLOR]
    Even though I really hate the way that health care reform has happened in this country, handing all of America to the corporations basically, I am still happy to see that cheaper plans are being made available to young people. They are the future of this nation and should not be made to take out a mortgage in order to get treatment before they even start their working class lives.

    I just wish the HMOs and the bloated medical bureaucracy that increases prices to obscene levels seen nowhere else was actually addressed.

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