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    Re: House may try to pass Senate health-care bill without voting on it

    Quote Originally Posted by roughdraft274 View Post
    Ok, thanks for letting me know about this Rush Limbaugh rule. It's hard to keep track when the righties keep moving those goal posts.
    You support Pelosi's actions, and you want to talk about "righties keep moving the goalposts"?

    LOL. Wow.

    Game. Set. Match.

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    Re: House may try to pass Senate health-care bill without voting on it

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    And be very clear. I didnt CALL you an idiot. That would be wrong. no personal attacks.
    Beautiful. How very dishonest of you.

    Would you consider it as an insult if I were to come in here and say to a member "I'm not saying you're mother's a whore, I'm just saying she sleeps with men for money."

    I'm just leaving it at that. Have fun.

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    Re: House may try to pass Senate health-care bill without voting on it

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post

    Wow...its pretty easy to see when an idealogue is getting his ass kicked in a debate...he turns to Rush Limbaugh.

    YOU...the person that cant be bothered to READ what you support...and get spoon fed your garbage...accusing ANYONE of talking point rhetoric...priceless baby...absolutely priceless.

    So to recap...

    YOU have NO IDEA what is in the legislation...you have NO IDEA what it costs. You have NO IDEA how the federal government is supposed to run it better than the medicare system which they admit is being abused to the tune of at LEAST 80 billion a year...and yet...you support the legislation...

    If I called you an idiot that would be perceived as a personal attack...and an insult to idiots to boot...so I absolutely WILL NOT call you an idiot. I dont have to. Your own words expose you every time you post here.
    In addition to what Prof has indicated is in this bill, here is a bit more.....

    • Federal funding for abortion;

    • A half trillion dollars in cuts to Medicare services that do not fix the programs' long-term structural budgetary problems;

    • A half trillion dollars in new taxes that will be passed on to the consumers of health insurance and everyday medical devices;

    • The "Louisiana Purchase" and other special deals used to bribe senators to vote for the bill.

    • 159 new government boards, bureaucracies, and programs that will further depress a health system already mired in bureaucracy.


    I especialy like that last one... 159 new bureaucracies to get between you and your doctor. But wait, all may not be lost....... seems like 1/3 of doctors polled will quit or retire early if this POS passes, so you don't have to worry... you probably wouldn't be able to find a doctor anyway.

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    Originally Posted by PogueMoran
    I didnt have to read the article to tell you that you cant read.

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    Re: House may try to pass Senate health-care bill without voting on it

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    You support Pelosi's actions, and you want to talk about "righties keep moving the goalposts"?

    LOL. Wow.

    Game. Set. Match.
    Reconciliation has been used by Republican presidents to 'hide' the high expenses of their economic and military policies since 1981.

    Now the practice gets to be evil at its worst. Can't change the goal post more than that.
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    Re: House may try to pass Senate health-care bill without voting on it

    Quote Originally Posted by roughdraft274 View Post
    Beautiful. How very dishonest of you.

    Would you consider it as an insult if I were to come in here and say to a member "I'm not saying you're mother's a whore, I'm just saying she sleeps with men for money."

    I'm just leaving it at that. Have fun.
    I have. Completely!

    And not if she actually WAS...just food for thought...

    Take your lumps like a man. You earned them.

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    Re: House may try to pass Senate health-care bill without voting on it

    Quote Originally Posted by Crunch View Post
    In addition to what Prof has indicated is in this bill, here is a bit more.....

    • Federal funding for abortion;

    • A half trillion dollars in cuts to Medicare services that do not fix the programs' long-term structural budgetary problems;

    • A half trillion dollars in new taxes that will be passed on to the consumers of health insurance and everyday medical devices;

    • The "Louisiana Purchase" and other special deals used to bribe senators to vote for the bill.

    • 159 new government boards, bureaucracies, and programs that will further depress a health system already mired in bureaucracy.


    I especialy like that last one... 159 new bureaucracies to get between you and your doctor. But wait, all may not be lost....... seems like 1/3 of doctors polled will quit or retire early if this POS passes, so you don't have to worry... you probably wouldn't be able to find a doctor anyway.

    The Medicus Firm
    Careful...If you point out the facts about what are in the legislation (as we know it) then it might cause people that support it to actually have to think and that will hurt...kinda like a slurpee brain feeze...

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    Re: House may try to pass Senate health-care bill without voting on it

    Quote Originally Posted by Crunch View Post
    In addition to what Prof has indicated is in this bill, here is a bit more.....

    • Federal funding for abortion;

    • A half trillion dollars in cuts to Medicare services that do not fix the programs' long-term structural budgetary problems;

    • A half trillion dollars in new taxes that will be passed on to the consumers of health insurance and everyday medical devices;

    • The "Louisiana Purchase" and other special deals used to bribe senators to vote for the bill.

    • 159 new government boards, bureaucracies, and programs that will further depress a health system already mired in bureaucracy.


    I especialy like that last one... 159 new bureaucracies to get between you and your doctor. But wait, all may not be lost....... seems like 1/3 of doctors polled will quit or retire early if this POS passes, so you don't have to worry... you probably wouldn't be able to find a doctor anyway.

    The Medicus Firm
    I'm studying to become a doctor. If this passes, I might reconsider my career choice. Perhaps something in biotechnology...

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    Re: House may try to pass Senate health-care bill without voting on it

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    I'm studying to become a doctor. If this passes, I might reconsider my career choice. Perhaps something in biotechnology...
    My wife is an RN with 16 years and a 4 year degree.


    She is right now studying for a degree in engineering, if that tells you what she thinks of this Bill.
    There is no such thing as a “Natural Born Dual-Citizen“.

    Originally Posted by PogueMoran
    I didnt have to read the article to tell you that you cant read.

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    Re: House may try to pass Senate health-care bill without voting on it

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    I'm studying to become a doctor. If this passes, I might reconsider my career choice. Perhaps something in biotechnology...
    Dont...just add administration and business management. You will more than make up for it.

    Right now 2 of the county facilities that offer medicare/medicaid services locally pay their clinical staff next to nothing. The 2 primary business owners get paid high 6 figures. They never even go to the facility...in fact i am not sure that either of them live in the state. The primary administrators...NOT licensed clinicians get paid much more than the clinical staff.

    Dont worry...there is substantial money to be made with medicare/medicaid contracts. Just not for the actual providers.

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    Re: House may try to pass Senate health-care bill without voting on it

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    Dont...just add administration and business management. You will more than make up for it.

    Right now 2 of the county facilities that offer medicare/medicaid services locally pay their clinical staff next to nothing. The 2 primary business owners get paid high 6 figures. They never even go to the facility...in fact i am not sure that either of them live in the state. The primary administrators...NOT licensed clinicians get paid much more than the clinical staff.

    Dont worry...there is substantial money to be made with medicare/medicaid contracts. Just not for the actual providers.
    Mmmmmmmm, intriguing.

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