Rick Scott Hates Health Care Reform, But Will Take The $35 Million It Provides

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    Indeed.

    *yawn*

    A governor accepts money back from the Feds which was taken from his state'a citizens in the first place.
     
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    Shut the fuck up you whiny bitch, you're worse than CG.
     
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    If thats the case why bitch about government spending in the first place you deceiving fucktard? We all know thats not the reason he took that money, and if it was that money should go straight to the people of Florida, so what happened to it?
     
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    Rick scott is a nightmare. He was elected because the intelligent people left in this state were asleep at the wheel. Any way we can get a serious petition going to get him recalled? If not, I'm leaving the state.
     
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    Before you label anyone a hypocrite, consider why the link does not provide the specific section of the PPACA which 'provides' the funds.

    It is possible the state has no choice, as the PPACA is chock full of mandates.
     
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    Welcome to the board, Draconius.

    Is it possible that you are a liberal/progressive?

    I suggest same, because it is a hallmark of same to characterize anyone with a different view as stupid, or dumb, or challenged in some manner.

    So, how'd I do?
     
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    Ta Ta asswipe, take grayson and wasserman schlitz wit ya.
     
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    And thus those funds rightfully belong to the state's government? Or to the state's poor?

    It's not clear what point you're trying to make.

    The article clearly identifies the funds as being in the form of a Money Follows the Person grant (new funding was authorized in section 2704 of the ACA).

    And no, states aren't required to seek MFP grants.
     

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