13 states rebelling against Obamacare
The Affordable Care Act aims to expand Medicaid coverage for millions of the working poor. But some state leaders aren't willing to take on the extra costs -- even if they lose federal funds along the way.
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Do you not see that hospitals are already closing due to this so call health care, wake up America. Educate yourself before it is to late
They already get everything for free and have closed down many hospitals via bankruptcy.
AMNESTY is such a great idea. And who better to implement it than a community organizer?
Regal you are not comparing apples to apples. We paid extra taxes specifically for SS. This was to supplement our pensions or now IRA's. We were not given a choice we were forced to pay in so yes we are going to collect our benefits that we were forced to pay for.
The affordable Healthcare act is totally different. It is basically a federal mandate that we buy something we may or may not be able to afford. And if you can't afford it I am forced to help you pay for it. That is socialism.
Only 13 states? 11 states seceded the last time Washington divided us. Mmmmmmmmmm.
"If you like the healthcare plan that you have now, you can keep it and will not have to change your healthcare plan." Barry Obama
"You git free 'surance fo' you, yo' kids, and yo' baby-daddy too." Barry Obama
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