Notice They Don't Call It Universal Health Care Anymore

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    We are being taken for a ride. This health care bill is merely a vehicle that the Dems want to use to control every facet of our lives. And what is even worse not everyone is getting coverage nor does it kick in for another 4 years.....but of course the tax increases begin this coming January.

    There are plenty of questions about this bill that very few of us are aware of.

    Somebody explain first of all why language is in the bill that says it won't kick in till after 2013 or 2014. I've heard that it will take that long to get it going. This argument is bogus because their primary reason for passing it is to save lives.....lives that they claim will be lost without it. So why does it take years for it to go into effect?

    Another thing is not only does it cut Medicare but millions of Americans will still never receive coverage. To top it off they're floating recommendations already about screening for breast-cancer, prostrate-cancer, and now cervical-cancer. You have to put off checking yourself for this cancer according to the powers that be because someone in Washington decided you don't need it. Pap smears won't be recommended until a woman reaches her 30s. I wonder how many women in their 20s will die from cancer because they had to wait a few years to get the proper screening that is in place today.

    Here in Tennessee Tenn Care went broke and 400,000 beneficiaries had to be removed from coverage just to keep it afloat. I think we can expect the same from national health care.

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    More jobs will be lost and more will have to rely on the government to survive.

    No, not everyone will be covered, but you will get free abortions, and you will be forced out of your present health care eventually, and your taxes will increase to the point that you will not be able to control your income. All funds will have to be deposited into a government monitored bank account and whatever is left over after all of the new fees and taxes are taken out will be yours.....and you will learn to love it.
     
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    The Senate Version only proposes to ensure 31 million people.
     
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    Once they combine the House bill with the Senate bill more will be covered but still millions will be left out in the cold.

    I wonder how many low income Americans waiting for free health care aren't paying attention to this little fact.
     
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    In a perfect world the republicans would be helping more people get covered rather than blocking any progress trying to be made.
     
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    This is the usual poison-pill tactic.

    The Dems bring up a bill that they know the GOP will reject and they really don't care if it fucks everything up. They have the press to blame it all on the GOP. If it passes they won't get any of the blame and if it fails they can use the media to blame the GOP for it's failure.

    Those evil Conservative bastards just want to starve babies and keep everyone from their shitty health care.
     
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    so you just think 55% of Americans are evil and just want to distroy the US?

    Sorry the Rs beat them to the distruction
     
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    55% of Americans aren't currently in Congress.

    Man you sound like you have no clue.

    By the way 65% of America is against this monstrosity.

    I think you need to change your handle because truth doesn't matter to you.
     
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    It's the other way around yoyo, Dems don't need one Republican vote.....
     
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    The Death Panels Have swung into action.. no mammograms before 50 and pap smears every other year or so.. oh well,,
     
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    Where is there any mandate to refuse mamograms?
     

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