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    Re: Obama : Republicans' 'Unifying Principle' Is Denying Health Care To 30 Million Pe

    Quote Originally Posted by humbolt View Post
    We don't know that she didn't. Seems like Tipper got Al's, too. This fascination on the political left with nuts - Tea Baggers and all of that - just has to stop. I'm checking right now to see whether or not Hillary has some vested interest in the "Neuticle" phenomenon.
    You're the one who brought up nuts.

    Maybe if people stopped saying they were "tea bagging" they wouldn't be called "tea baggers."


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    Re: Obama : Republicans' 'Unifying Principle' Is Denying Health Care To 30 Million Pe

    Quote Originally Posted by Objective Voice View Post
    Then let's look at some truths concerning the healthcare law.

    Yes, individuals between 18-25 aren't rushing out to purchase health insurance. Why? Because the law allows them to remain on their parent's insurance until they reach age 26. Now, they had the CLASS Act, but they reasoned accurately enough, "Why take money out of my pocket to pay for a half-assed insuance plan from my low income job when I can remain on my parent's insurance and it won't cost them much more under a family health plan?".

    Folks who don't like the law try veryhard to phrase arguments on two fronts. Yours attempted to do just that arguing on the one hand that young people aren't buying health insurance while complaining on the other hand how the poor remain depended on entitlement program moreso because they want to not simply because they lack skills that would allow them to change their economic condition. Of course, that's not to excuse those who truly don't want to do for themselves. Nonetheless, I've seen both sides of the "needy" and can tell you for certain there are more people out there who want to do better for themselves than there are those who just want hand outs. However, that doesn't remove the fact that "the greedy" & "the needy" have both been a drain on this county. UUnfortunately, too many of you have come to the defense along a singular side. It is you who miss the truth because you fall on the side of whatever ideology you favor the most.
    There you go again, even after I pointed it out to you.

    The "young people" argument is yours, not mine. That's twice you have done that. I realize liberals are slow but dude, come on now. wake up. Young people are just part of the set of people that don't want health insurance. Period.

    That's the "truth" you keep missing in your lame attempt to put words in my mouth.

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    Re: Obama : Republicans' 'Unifying Principle' Is Denying Health Care To 30 Million Pe

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    So the next Republican President will spend at least 4 years blaming Obama? At least you're being honest about it up front.
    It won't be just the next President if we can't rid of Obamacare.

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    Re: Obama : Republicans' 'Unifying Principle' Is Denying Health Care To 30 Million Pe

    Quote Originally Posted by ItAin'tFree View Post
    It won't be just the next President if we can't rid of Obamacare.
    How is focusing on one issue going to help win elections for the Republican Party? It has not worked for the prohibition party

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    Re: Obama : Republicans' 'Unifying Principle' Is Denying Health Care To 30 Million Pe

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    You're the one who brought up nuts.

    Maybe if people stopped saying they were "tea bagging" they wouldn't be called "tea baggers."
    Never heard of tea bagging before it hit the political scene. I can't help it that Hillary is a neutering female. That's her doing. I merely noted it.

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    Re: Obama : Republicans' 'Unifying Principle' Is Denying Health Care To 30 Million Pe

    Quote Originally Posted by Objective Voice View Post
    Yes, individuals between 18-25 aren't rushing out to purchase health insurance. Why? Because the law allows them to remain on their parent's insurance until they reach age 26.
    They weren't rushing out to buy it prior to that being put in place.
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    Re: Obama : Republicans' 'Unifying Principle' Is Denying Health Care To 30 Million Pe

    Quote Originally Posted by Unitedwestand13 View Post
    You think the health care system we had previously, a system where people could be denied insurance coverage because of a pre existing conditions, to be better then a health care system where a person cannot be denied coverage because of preexisting conditions.
    You can thank restrictions and regulations on insurance companies for that. If you don't allow underwriting, people who are sick aren't going to be able to get health insurance. It's not complicated.

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    Re: Obama : Republicans' 'Unifying Principle' Is Denying Health Care To 30 Million Pe

    Quote Originally Posted by Arbo View Post
    They weren't rushing out to buy it prior to that being put in place.
    But they are the ones Obama is counting on buying insurance who are low risk to off sett high risk patients and those with preconditions. You would think Obama knew that when he signed the bill. For sure no one that is 26 or younger is not buying anything. So now the age starts at 27 and most of them and above that age are not buying either. Obamacare failure.
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    Re: Obama : Republicans' 'Unifying Principle' Is Denying Health Care To 30 Million Pe

    Quote Originally Posted by Sykes View Post
    A symphony of talking points.

    Fascinating.

    Night.
    As if you have anything better to offer? You're the one who is repeating talking points on here.

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    Re: Obama : Republicans' 'Unifying Principle' Is Denying Health Care To 30 Million Pe

    Quote Originally Posted by reinoe View Post
    You're either woefully ignorant or intentionally lying. People could not only be denied health insurance for pre-existing conditions, but in some cases if they got diagnosed with a dread disease they could be dropped.
    How many times did this actually happen?

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