Obamacare tax to hit 6 million mostly middle class

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    OBAMACARE TAX TO HIT 6 MILLION MOSTLY MIDDLE CLASS | Nwo Report



    That is coming from the CBO... So this Obamacare tax is going to hit the middle class the ones Obama promised that would not have their taxes raised. I know most retired military personal who has Tricare premiums over the next 5 years will go up 300 percent with the first hike going into effect on Jan 1 unless the senate passes some sort of budge LOL yeah like Reid will pass any budget anytime soon...

    So this Obamacare who said this will help the middle class is actually going to be the ones most effective and have to pay most . These are people making 123,000 dollars and less mostly in the 40-50K a year .
     
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    bump. Want to see what the lefties think about this
     
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    Obama Thanks Military for Service by Tripling Tricare Premiums - Yahoo! News
     
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    http://freebeacon.com/trashing-tricare/
    What a lying fucking asshole. So much for "you can keep the insurance you have".

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    You cant talk about national debt seriously while taking things off the table. Tricare premiums haven't been raised in a long time, veterans have been almost completely sheltered from rising healthcare costs that average americans have seen in the last 10 years.

    The fact is that all these wars we've fought are going to keep costing us for a very long time in veteran benefits.
     
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    That is something you should take into account when you start a war. Don't shove the people who put their lives on the line for you out into the cold when you are done with them.

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    This is what he has been wanting all along.. He wants everyone to opt out of their insurance and go to The GOV run one. It is what he wants and but he knew most of America did not want that so he had to do it in a round about way.. Because Obama thinks we Americans are stupid and he is the smartest man on earth. LOL
     
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    True story. My husband has tri-care. His monthly share of it is $20 a month. My private insurance coverage costs me over $200 for myself and 2 kids.

    Tell me how that's sustainable.

    Things cost what they cost. People who don't have insurance tend to seek treatment in the ER, where prices are double and triple the cost of going to a regular healthcare provider. The system is broken and can't be sustained indefinitely. Either we have to remove the law that forces hospitals to treat people without insurance, or we have to require people to purchase health care. Those of us who are paying for insurance cannot continue to subsidize people who don't.
     
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    I agree, but it's a bit too late to do that.
     
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    My thoughts exactly. While I don't think the ACA is a cure, I don't see how we as a nation can continue to allow people to seek treatment they can't pay for. It's unsustainable.
     

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