Should this Clause be in the Health Care Bill?

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    Example... Clause 21354 on page 2560 of the bill....

    If you have internet, cable TV, or have purchase any of the following in the past year; a big screen TV, a new car, gold teeth, a cell phone, an Ipod, a GPS for your car, a Blu-Ray player, laptop, desktop computer, a new home more expensive than your last home, a boat, jewelry, you are not eligible for someone else to be forced to buy your health care insurance.

    Also, all applicants for health care paid for by someone else must be drug free for 6 months to qualify.

    What do you think?
     
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    Would this language apply to MediCare recipients as well?
     
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    Nah... They are already getting squeezed hard enough with all of the medicare cuts....
     

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