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    Actually, I think a 42% increase on adults aged 21 to 29 is a fantastic thing. They voted for this clusterfuck so they can feel the consequences of their ignorance and stupidity.

     
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    Already there. I canceled ours, and will take a job in the oil patch for benefits. It just cost WAAAAAY to much.
     
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    The next 4 years are going to be hard. I don't think repealing the ACA is possible, so I will try to only hope lawmakers are able to keep up with the unintended consequences of the ACA.
     
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    Oh, I think most of them were quite "intended", depending on whose intentions we're talking about.
     
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    WHAT! But Obama and his team gave the CBO very selective information and numbers to run that don't show an increase in costs!

    Honestly I'm a bit shocked Obama ran for a second term, past the fact that he said he wouldn't if the economy was still chit, but I guess politicians lie right... But mainly because things have gotten so bad and are going to get so much worse under his watch. Maybe Obama really does believe the crap he spews, but Bush ran for a second term and I know that dumb fuck didn't believe a thing he said.
     
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    States surrendering to accepting Obamacare...
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    States surrender to health care law, set up exchanges
    Sunday, January 6, 2013 - President Obama’s signature health care reforms are accelerating into the new year, with a growing number of state-run insurance markets getting the green light from the federal government, even as critics decry the law as a dagger to small businesses and a tea party icon attempts to repeal it for the 34th time.
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    Sunday, 01.06.13 - Faced with a judge’s order that it pay for a special treatment for autistic children covered by Medicaid, the state seeks to have the ruling overturned.
     

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