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    Re: Have you or a family member benefited from the Affordable Care Act?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    some is rich
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    that's the way the world is
    but I don't believe in laying back
    saying how bad you're luck is

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    Don't say you pay for anything for me and my family. Stay in your little place.

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    Re: Have you or a family member benefited from the Affordable Care Act?

    Quote Originally Posted by MildSteel View Post
    Don't say you pay for anything for me and my family. Stay in your little place.
    chances are if you aren't paying at least 50K in FIT you are getting back more than you pay

    and don't' make fun of my pond. its quite spacious



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    Re: Have you or a family member benefited from the Affordable Care Act?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    chances are if you aren't paying at least 50K in FIT you are getting back more than you pay

    and don't' make fun of my pond. its quite spacious
    Your pond huh? That says it all.

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    Re: Have you or a family member benefited from the Affordable Care Act?

    Quote Originally Posted by MildSteel View Post
    Your pond huh? That says it all.
    you need a bit more carbon in your diet

    the fact is Obamacare should have never been passed and Roberts shouldn't have tried to out clever all the other justices with his silly decision



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    Re: Have you or a family member benefited from the Affordable Care Act?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    you need a bit more carbon in your diet
    That said more. That's two for the books now.

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    Re: Have you or a family member benefited from the Affordable Care Act?

    If you have no problem funding BC, then why are you arguing? We are taxpayers, so we all subsidizing somebody, somewhere. I don't mind paying taxes and subsidizing public interests nor do I get angry or upset about it. I know my tax dollars are going to go towards all kinds of programs and causes I don't personally support, and it's also probably going to feed people that shouldn't be fed by the government, but so ****ing what. Paying taxes isn't that unjust. It's part of reality, and something all of us have to do. I simply accept that I have to pay taxes. I work and participate in society. I can only take full responsibility for myself, and I do, and as of now, I happen to benefiting from part of the ACA. That's pretty frickin sweet. I don't think it's any more criminal or unjust to other's in society than busing kids for free to their schools or having public libraries...

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    someone else pays for stuff you call free. but in all fairness, I have no problem funding BC for LOTS of people

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    Re: Have you or a family member benefited from the Affordable Care Act?

    Quote Originally Posted by MildSteel View Post
    That said more. That's two for the books now.
    carbon makes steel tougher-gives it a better edge



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    Re: Have you or a family member benefited from the Affordable Care Act?

    Quote Originally Posted by SheWolf View Post
    If you have no problem funding BC, then why are you arguing? We are taxpayers, so we all subsidizing somebody, somewhere. I don't mind paying taxes and subsidizing public interests nor do I get angry or upset about it. I know my tax dollars are going to go towards all kinds of programs and causes I don't personally support, and it's also probably going to feed people that shouldn't be fed by the government, but so ****ing what. Paying taxes isn't that unjust. It's part of reality, and something all of us have to do. I simply accept that I have to pay taxes. I work and participate in society. I can only take full responsibility for myself, and I do, and as of now, I happen to benefiting from part of the ACA. That's pretty frickin sweet. I don't think it's any more criminal or unjust to other's in society than busing kids for free to their schools or having public libraries...
    I don't support stuff that is clearly unconstitutional no matter what "good it does"



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    Re: Have you or a family member benefited from the Affordable Care Act?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    carbon makes steel tougher-gives it a better edge
    The difference is that I understand I don't need an edge. I understand that the things that I need are kindly provided for me. That's the difference.

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    Re: Have you or a family member benefited from the Affordable Care Act?

    Quote Originally Posted by MildSteel View Post
    The difference is that I understand I don't need an edge. I understand that the things that I need are kindly provided for me. That's the difference.


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