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Can the country be rescued from Obamacare mess?

November 17, 2013

We now have a number – 26,794 – to quantify the embarrassment that the strong-armed national health care law is....

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Chas56

Nov-18-13 3:38 PM

hi thinblue, we are all a little crazy, but ACA is the best game in town. ACA will save me hundreds a month over COBRA after my layoff. If repubs would help instead of trying to hurt Obama , we would all be better off. And if you check the facts instead of FAUX news, you'll see repubs were for it until Obama passed it.

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thinblueline

Nov-18-13 2:41 PM

Hey Chas... are you insane or did you lose your identity trying to log in??? Obamacare will do that to you...

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Chas56

Nov-17-13 6:05 PM

ACA is a republican proposal to help solve the health care problems. Too bad we can't work together to make it work. Doing nothing, or repealing the many improvements such as no denials for preconditions, does not help.

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MrShaman

Nov-17-13 3:27 PM

"To think the website can ever become capable of handling every American's health care needs, hacker-free, requires a suspension of reality."

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...Primarily by those folks who are still baffled by "that, there electrisical-stuff".

For those folks who've taken the "risk" of embracing the 21st Century (and, any-and-all engineering-tasks, included), it's more-commonly-referred-to as...."another day" at the software-development "office".

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CaveFelem

Nov-17-13 8:30 AM

I think the whole thing will collapse.

It's dependent on people who don't have insurance, or can't afford insurance, signing up for plans, paying premiums (with or without help), then paying copays and deductibles.

Move forward to mid 2014 when people start reporting policy cancellations due to non payment of premiums, or being sent to collection agencies because they haven't paid their deductibles.

I think, much like passing the bill to see what's in it, we'll have to wait and see what the many consequences will be.

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Premier

Nov-17-13 7:19 AM

Well with the 2014 mid term elections coming up the one year extension was made possible after 15 Senate Democrats met with Obama to state their jobs were in jeopardy.

Nice.

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