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  •  I call bullshit. *$22,800*!! a year premiuns and y (18+ / 0-)

    ou expect me to believe you can't find insurance?  What, did 'Cadillac Health Care' go out of business?  I'm sure there's a co. that'll take your more than many people make in a entire frakking year premiums.

    Then you pre-emptively refuse to reveal any fact that would allow rational, accurate assessment of your claim.  And meet all reasonable requests for more info with squaks of 'privacy!'  If its so private why the frak did you maike it a frakking diary?!!

    And then, suddenly there's an oh so sympathetic comment that says 'Vote Thug in 2014 and it'll all be better!'

    Bullshit.  If your not a troll, you're doing a damn good impersonation of one.

    •  It's a major burden for me. It's more than the (1+ / 0-)
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      mortgage on my house.  It's close to my annual tax liability.  It hurts every month to pay it.  

      I'm keeping something of my privacy by not disclosing more details, and if people don't want to believe me, that's their choice.

      You have exactly 10 seconds to change that look of disgusting pity into one of enormous respect!

      by Cartoon Peril on Mon Feb 03, 2014 at 12:50:33 PM PST

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      •  bullshit (9+ / 0-)

        There are so many more dimensions to the challenge for people in this situation.  Not only do you leave all that context out, but you refuse to discuss the particulars with a potential audience here who I've witnessed many times helping someone get through problems with this transition.

        I repeat, bullshit.

        I'm not liberal. I'm actually just anti-evil, OK? - Elon James White

        by Satya1 on Mon Feb 03, 2014 at 01:14:53 PM PST

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      •  You pay almost 22,000 in taxes?? Oh you must be a (0+ / 0-)

        real murican!!!

      •  Call an insurance company (0+ / 0-)

        and say you want to ask about the plans sold on the exchange.

        You are withholding so many details that your story does not make sense.

      •  Extraordinary claims require SOME proof & details (1+ / 0-)
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        You can claim you pay over $ 60 K a year in just house, taxes and medical insurance, but then that means you're either 1) so unique a situation as to be irrelvant to this debate on policy, bc the few outliers do not drive what should be the policy for most, 2) so wealthy that this is not a financial burden and you argument collapses of its own weight, or 3) like I said, in bad faith.

        I like to give everyone the benefit of the doubt but if you're not going to provide anything by which to judge the credibility of your claims why did you make them in a diary here?

        Wouldn't you feel the same if I claimed I was a Nigerian prince with millions of Dollars for you  but I need you to send me $ 1000 first so I can mail the money to you?

        •  There's not a lot left, friend. (1+ / 0-)
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          You have exactly 10 seconds to change that look of disgusting pity into one of enormous respect!

          by Cartoon Peril on Tue Feb 04, 2014 at 04:44:30 AM PST

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          •  Then u need a new accountant, not diary on DKos (0+ / 0-)

            that's incredible bc you refuse to provide any details.

            There are ways to structure things so you get to deduct most or all of your health ins+expenses.  If you are really paying 1/2 your income in ins. & mortgage alone, there is no way you should be paying 1/4 in taxes.

            So again, it is not credible.

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