Discussion in 'Healthcare/Insurance/Govt Healthcare' started by American Cowboy, Jun 16, 2011.
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America did not want this law. Let's get it repealed.
Let's not forget about new Seniors that get on Medicare.
More and more Dr.s are refusing new Medicare patients because they can't afford the cap that is put on Medicare payments.
Where will they go to get treatment? Hospitals, that's where and what happens when hospitals can't afford the capped Medicare payments?
All insurance premiums go up to help fray the cost of Medicare patient's going to the Hospitals.
And don't forget why the premiums are rising now, to pay for the medical procedures that had previously not been covered due to pre existing conditions.
America does want this, it's anti-americans that don't.
Dozens of GOP representatives swept into office last November on the pledge to repeal Obamacare. It has consistently polled poorly, and the more people find out about it, the more poorly it polls.
Socialists and class warriors want this because they think somehow gov't is more beneficent than corporations.
That's libturd logic innit.. to champion something that means 78 million Americans will lose their access to health care. What a bunch of dummies.
still waiting for that list of things about the new health care law you dont like...... (besides the mandate)
every time you try to list something you wanted to see in it, i showed you where is was. and you still havent produced a list of specific section that you disagree with. you only talk about the fact that health care costs are going up, and blame the new health care law, when 1) it hasnt even gone into affect yet, and 2) health care costs double between 2000 and 2009, before the law was even signed.
You're a fucktard.
Everything about the law sucks. From mandates to price fixing to eliminating HSAs to expanding Medicaid to cutting funding for Medicare to creating incentives for businesses to dump employees into the system to things that we dont know yet because bureaucrats have not written the regulations necessary.
You never showed that people could buy insurance across state lines. That is a lie.
PPACA Section 1333 requires the parent department of CMS, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), to issue regulations governing the creation of health care choice compacts by July 1, 2013.
Starting Jan. 1, 2016, two or more states will be able to use a compact to allow qualified health plans based in the participating states to sell health insurance in all participating states.
damn had to post it 3 times for you be able to read it.
show me section on price fixing
HSA are not eliminated: How does the new health law impact my HSA?
show me this section as well: "expanding Medicaid to cutting funding for Medicare"
People like most of the components of the bill, it's fear tactics that have convinced people that the bill is bad. People like you have been duped.
The only feature people like is the prohibition on pre-existing conditions. At least until they get the bill, since there is no limit on what insurers can charge for it.
The more people see of it, the less they like it. They'll really not like when their employers start dumping them onto the system and paying the penalty instead.
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