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Should Congress now repeal the Affordable Care Act?

Posted 2 years ago.

6 Comments

  • steve - 2 years ago

    ABOUT TIME . mabey i want have to pay for you freeloaders any more, but i foregot gov. scott makes his money from them overchargeing medciare ect. and he will not take a cut in pay by supporting this law . its a happy day for the majority of americans

  • Nancy - 2 years ago

    Stan your right I have a right to my opion. I stand by what I stated earlier. If you don't like it tough. You need to think before you call someone a jackass. I know Obamacate is a bad move. for the United States. You might think Obama is the greatest thing since white bread. I disagree, he's the worst president that has served. That's my opion, if you don't like it tough.

  • Hunthorse - 2 years ago

    We don't have enough physicians to service this Obama program which will be over used. As doctors refuse to be in the program these people who are all for this program will be among the first to scream when a relative must wait 2 months for a breast biopsy and another couple of month for definitive therapy. Perhaps Obama will import some products of medical schools from Somalia, ande Sub Sahara Africa. Yes that'll do it!

  • Seymour - 2 years ago

    I'm finally glad that the republican front runner is Mitt Romney. Now we can compare Mitt's plan which he signed into law in Massachusetts to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

  • Stan - 2 years ago

    Read the law, Nancy, or have someone intelligent explain it to you.You would then know about the economic hardship exemption - modeled after Mitt Romney's health insurance mandate that he established as governor of Massachusetts. In addition to the economic hardship exemption, there are other numerous hardship exemptions - again based on Romneycare - that keep people from being "out on the street" as you say. Nancy, you can oppose something for any reason. It's a free country. However, I teach my kids to do their best not make jackasses out of themselves by opening their mouths about things they know absolutely nothing about. You would have been better served if someone had done the same for you. Arguments that aren't based on facts, are, by definition, bullshit.

  • Nancy - 2 years ago

    Yhat good for nothing president has struck again. He says everyone should have healthcare whether you can afford it or not. What a bum. There are individuals and families that are just scraping by each month. If that family fails to get insurance let's fine them for not having insurance. Then the family will be out on the street. This doesn't effect that no good president. He doesn't care how it will impact families and individuals. Vote that bum out of office in November. He'll only continue to make bad decisions.

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