Insurers Stop Writing Policies in Marxataxachusetts -I SOOO Totally Called this One!

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    This is exactly what the Boyking dynasty and his Fabian apparatchiks in congress want to happen nationally, so they can swoop in with full-on socialization of medical services.

    State, insurers up the ante over health rates - Daily Business Update - The Boston Globe
     
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    And H.R. 3590 is fundamentally similar to the Massachusetts programs isn't it? This seems like such a logical result of the law, and castrating health insurers was probably the long-term strategy for Democrats as a way to pave for a single-payer, universal-coverage system. I'll give it twenty years?
     
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    Of course this is what this bastard administration foresees . . . all they needed was a foot in the door. It's the plan, the agenda . . . it's goooood for the collective, it's what will fix alllll the problems.
     
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    Now who in the HELL came up with this bright idea to for this cockamamie law to insure everyone in Massachusetts???
     
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    When was the last century that Marxataxachusetts had a majority republican legislature?

    Romney is merely the dope who signed off on the debacle.
     
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    So Romney just...signed the law. He had nothing to do with creating the law...or proposing the law.

    This article must be from the Onion then:

    USATODAY.com - Mass. Gov. Romney's health care plan says everyone pays

    I'm not passing any judgement...just passing the facts.
     
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    Isn't Romney one of the best shots at the 2012 republican presidential ticket according to many republicans?
     
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    I've heard that.

    Wouldn't that be funny if we had a head-to-head match-up of the only two Americans to propose and sign into law mandated healthcare?

    It would be like an MTV Celebrity Deathmatch of Healthcare Reform Heavyweights!
     
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    Well, Obama has clearly stated that the bill is a 'transition' and that the ultimate aim is 'single payer'. Why is anyone surprised?
     
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    We all know that "facts" have a liberal bias.
     

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