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    New healthcare challenges coming in 2013 (Get ready for more premium increases due to Obamacare)
    the hill ^ | 10/25/2012 | Phil Roe
    New healthcare challenges coming in 2013 - The Hill's Congress Blog

     
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    Government control over anything=bad. It always means less of something(doctors) and pain in some way on the consumer.
     
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    i have no sympthay the people allowed this the people are now screwed, all i want is for them to see it start the crying and regreting and laugh at them.
     
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    That is why the quality and longevity of life is greater in all the nationalized health care countries of the industrialized world than the USA?

    Such a tardo.

     
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    That isn't even counting the new taxes that will be applied thru Obamacare. Yes, middle class, Obamacare is coming for you, thousands of additional dollars will be required next year, and the year after, and the year after, and the year after, and the year after,....
     
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    Pure Pubcrappe, dupes. That 4% rise was the smallest in years, it averaged 15% under BOOOSh. None of the other horrors ever happen either, SHYTTEHEADS. LOL!
     
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    Because you have nothing else, driveby: you lose again.
     
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    Indeed, your ignorance is unmatched...... :thup:
     
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    Sure thing, podjo. http://conversations.psu.edu/docs/calkins_comparison.pdf by countries, costs, and results blows your nonsense out of the water.

    Of Australia, Canda, France, Germany, Japan, Sweden, UK, and the USA,

    the USA is last in life expectancy,

    highest in infant mortality rate per 1000 live births,

    4th inPhysicians per1000 people,

    5th in Nurses per1000 people,

    most in Per capita expenditure on health (USD),

    overwhelming the highest in Healthcare costs as a percent of GDP,

    lowest in % of health costs paid by government
     
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