So you didn't like the mandate to buy health ins.

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    Everyone who was against the ACA due to the mandate just may need to work now, and that includes a lot of people who worked for Trump, but that's ok,

    instead of receiving expanded Medicaid and subsidized premiums for the ACA, you will get less ins, and the states can now force you to work and pay. Fools are born everyday.
     
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    That's the problem. ACA was all about helping health insurance companies.
     
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    Uh....I was asking a question....Apparently one you can't answer. Again.....Do you approve of the able-bodied sitting on their assess and getting free health care?
     
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    That's not what I asked. Not only that but your link refers to something called "Equality of Opportunity Project" which appears to be a group that separates people into races.
     
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    That's the modern version of "equal" rights. You separate everyone into interest groups and then divvy up power and influence among them. See: Corporatism - Wikipedia.
     
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    More like Neo-Marxism if you ask me. In any case, the original poster never answered my question.
     
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    Let's start in Right to Work States, first. :eek:
     
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    Umm ok :dunno:
     
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    No to your question, but you have a big misconception. The only ones not working getting free health insurance are the states that expanded Medicaid.
     

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