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ㅤ”‘Clean repeal is the place to start,’ says Dr. Jane Orient, executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). ‘It’s the only way to really find out what is in it. If there is anything good for the country as opposed to swampdwellers, let it be enacted by a majority of Congress rather than retained in a back-room deal.'”
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ㅤ”I think right now we’re open to considering all options to reform health care and make sure that Americans get the best care possible.” — Sarah Sanders
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ㅤ”In the coming days, the Senate will vote to take up the House bill with the first amendment in order being what a majority of the Senate already supported in 2015 and that was vetoed by then-President Obama: a repeal of Obamacare with a two-year delay to provide for a state transition period to a patient-centered health care system that gives Americans access to quality, affordable care.” — Sen. Mitch McConnell
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Everybody has serious concerns about health care.
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ㅤ”The uninsured tend to postpone care until problems break through.”
I don’t know anyone who doesn’t dread going to the doctor. Free or not free. Lollipop or no lollypop.
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They’re talking about repealing or not repealing the 3.8% tax Obama levied on investment income to keep Medicare sustainable for a few more years (8 years vs 11 years). Big deal. The tax doesn’t apply to the middle class whose investments are solely in their 401K and/or their IRA’s. I think the rich should be penalized for not supporting immigration reform. Keep the tax.
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ㅤ”The latest bill includes another $70 billion to help states keep health insurance affordable for older, sicker customers. But it’s not clear how those backstops would work, and the federal funding eventually would end.”
FAKE NEWS !!
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The story says liabilities went up 10% in just the last year. Of course, social security is the chimp. Healthcare is the gorilla.
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Join the resistance–become a Republican.
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ㅤMerkley’s claim that single-payer will make peoples’ lives easier makes me think of the false promises of Satan. You have to admit Merkley doesn’t have an innocent face.
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ㅤI could be missing something. But I don’t see any specific references to Medicaid expansion nor single-payer in the DP’s reforms.
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Impossible. The GOP should try to negotiate health care with the Democrats. There is a saying that once an entitlement is in place, it can’t be rescinded. Apparently it’s turned out to be true for Obamacare. Honorable people admit when they’re wrong.
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By voting Republican, seniors who have not adequately saved money for retirement are definitely voting against their best interests. But is it right that young people who are making sacrifices to save for retirement bear the financial burden of seniors who didn’t save for retirement? I think not.