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  •  How very sympathetic of you... (0+ / 0-)

    You lost your insurance, but oh well...f**k you...I got mine.

    Nice.

    Adequate health care should be a LEGAL RIGHT in the U.S without begging or bankruptcy. Until it is, we should not dare call our society civilized.

    by Love Me Slender on Tue Nov 19, 2013 at 08:50:57 AM PST

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    •  This only matters if you care what the (0+ / 0-)

      polled members of the public think.   If you don't, it shouldn't bother you.  I am sure that this will have blown over by the mid-term election.  Aren't you?  

      I did not lose any coverage.  I am not angry about losing bad insurance.  What I am angry about is the prospect of being surcharged for offering my employees good insurance.    I would have preferred an honest request to simply pay more taxes to fund coverage for that percentage of those citizens of the United States who are unable to afford basic health care coverage.  

      Unwitting privileged genetic lottery winner and economic engine

      by SpamNunn on Tue Nov 19, 2013 at 10:47:45 AM PST

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      •  No, I am NOT sure this will have blown over... (0+ / 0-)

        ...by the midterm election. My fear is that this is only the beginning of the turmoil resulting from this law, which has produced little more than headaches for a great many people.

        But then again, I was a public-option supporter and remain so. I have thought this integration of public/private interests was doomed to fail from the start, but what do I know?

        Adequate health care should be a LEGAL RIGHT in the U.S without begging or bankruptcy. Until it is, we should not dare call our society civilized.

        by Love Me Slender on Tue Nov 19, 2013 at 11:12:00 AM PST

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