Arizona ACA "Learning Curve" Picking Up (For Democrats Nationwide!)

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Arizona uses the federal ACA website, and did expand MediCaid. Now even Arizona knows that doctors can be paid through ACA, despite all GOP efforts to make sure they cannot be paid through ACA. Over 40 votes in the House have happend to make sure doctors don't get paid through ACA. People in Arizona are now actually paying for health care, in the real world, and through ACA in only the first week.

http://www.azcentral.com/business/c...aca-arizona-healthcare-act-starting-work.html

Likely in Arizona there will also be some AMA clamour to make sure that Mexican Nationals, alive in Arizona, can also qualifiy for ACA(?)--so that doctors and medical service providers can all be paid!

That being unsaid, then going into week two: How will the GOP be able to keep control of the House in 2014? Probably they will just have to sit through it all year, in time to leave it forever, next year.

People now know that the U. S. federal government has a health plan program!

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Lands of Many Nations even now know that "Seven Come Eleven" Not actually a convenience store location, in a strip mall. . .many of those now able to be owned by Lands of Many Nations!)
 

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Fidler said the news was not as promising for her brother-in-law, who earns too much to qualify for subsidized health insurance. He won’t get a discount on his family’s $1,100 monthly insurance bill.
Yea, its great if you're dirt poor like Obama wants you, then you get to have your insurance paid for by someone else. What a great "success" story.

So unless you're living in abject poverty, you get to pay over $1k / mo. for your own crappy insurance AND some poor person.

Income redistribution at its finest!
 

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I'm looking at a 120% increase in premium for a family of 3.

Fuck this shit


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Like The Hawk and Mr. H posters, the Republicans generally oppose having paid doctors in their states or neighborhoods. Better to have them all at the County and Public facilities instead--and working there for free--to help prevent the spread of epidemics.

The ACA subsidies do phase out at about the Median USA household income for a family of four. There are capital gains increases of income tax for households exceeding $200,000.00 per year. Those are not a majority of voters.

Posters like The Hawk and Mr. H apparently hope that mainly the diseased come into their households to clean. In the alternative, then the hope is that children will scrub the floors and clean out the toilets--work 12 hour days, and generally for free.

Famously, Texas at one point scaled back its efforts to jail the households employing the illegals at home. There was found to be insufficient prison space to house everyone, who would be sent off to jail.

People still tend to vote their own interests, even in the name of public health and safety--and even with ballots not always in English(?). Anyone wonders how they know, and how it is they know about it(?)!

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Engineer Mulholland would famously open the first Los Angeles Aqueduct saying, "There it is! Take It!" He of course meant: ("If and only if you live in the LA City Limits, over 40 miles away.") Even the surplus water, under law, had to be distributed--only within LA City Limits of the time. The San Fernando Valley--where the aqueduct entered the area--became City of Los Angeles, 18 months later. Like the West was Won--that happened using the ballot box, English Only(?)! Republicans would call this, "Not entirely clear, on how this happened(?)!)
 

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