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Arizona Medicaid Expansion Advances After Jan Brewer Forces Lawmakers' Hands

 

Arizona will expand Medicaid to cover nearly 300,000 poor residents next year after a bipartisan coalition passed a measure backed by Gov. Jan Brewer ® through the state legislature on Thursday.

Brewer, a conservative and avowed foe of President Barack Obama's health care reform law, announced her support for the Medicaid expansion in January, but faced stiff resistance from fellow Republicans in Arizona's House and Senate. During a marathon session that began Wednesday afternoon and stretched into the wee hours of Thursday morning before culminating in a final vote late Thursday afternoon, a handful of Republicans joined Democrats in the House and Senate to pass the Medicaid expansion.

Although Obama's health care law continues to divide elected officials and the public along starkly partisan lines, Brewer is one of nine Republican governors who have bucked their party and embraced the Medicaid expansion.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/13/arizona-medicaid-expansion_n_3430371.html

 

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Yaaaaay, the country's going bankrupt even faster!

:glare:

Yeah, that is great news clem. When we bottom out your military, your corporations, and your foreign aid will be all gone. Common sense will come to DC and emphasis on WE THE PEOPLE will resume.

 

Brewer is one of nine Republican governors who have bucked their party and embraced the Medicaid expansion.

 

republicans wall of denial is beginning to crumble.

Wait until election time when the con parasites start begging for votes. They will all be on board.

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Yeah, that is great news clem. When we bottom out your military, your corporations, and your foreign aid will be all gone. Common sense will come to DC and emphasis on WE THE PEOPLE will resume.

 

Wait until election time when the con parasites start begging for votes. They will all be on board.

 

 

only problem is that their are other countries in the world we need to be able to compete with or we will get eaten.

I used to think going broke might fix things, but truley our history hasnt been free of world war for long

 

Brewer is one of nine Republican governors who have bucked their party and embraced the Medicaid expansion.

 

republicans wall of denial is beginning to crumble.

 

Republicans jumping on board actually makes it worse lol.

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Yaaaaay, the country's going bankrupt even faster! :glare:

 

Your lies have never worked...and now less than ever.

 

Being accused of lying by the most shameless lying troll on the board. :D

 

There are $100 trillion in unfunded liabilities, troll.

 

And your side is doing nothing but increasing that with no solution in sight.

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Yaaaaay, the country's going bankrupt even faster!

:glare:

 

Amen, Amen and AAAmen.

 

In Socialism you give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, but with Christianity, you teach a man to fish and he feeds himself forever.

 

In Socialism you give a woman a fish and she will bring back another illegitimate child to be fed, but with Christianity, you teach a woman how to fish and she will find a husband that will feed her and the child.

 

Capitalism is cruel in the short term, but provides for long term survival of the society.

 

Socialism is short term relief, but a long term disaster because it creates a never ending dependency.

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Arizona Medicaid Expansion Advances After Jan Brewer Forces Lawmakers' Hands

 

Arizona will expand Medicaid to cover nearly 300,000 poor residents next year after a bipartisan coalition passed a measure backed by Gov. Jan Brewer ® through the state legislature on Thursday.

Brewer, a conservative and avowed foe of President Barack Obama's health care reform law, announced her support for the Medicaid expansion in January, but faced stiff resistance from fellow Republicans in Arizona's House and Senate. During a marathon session that began Wednesday afternoon and stretched into the wee hours of Thursday morning before culminating in a final vote late Thursday afternoon, a handful of Republicans joined Democrats in the House and Senate to pass the Medicaid expansion.

Although Obama's health care law continues to divide elected officials and the public along starkly partisan lines, Brewer is one of nine Republican governors who have bucked their party and embraced the Medicaid expansion.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/13/arizona-medicaid-expansion_n_3430371.html

 

 

Eckk,

A "big victory" for Obamacare would have been that it was WANTED in the first place by the people, not the assholes who passed it. That would have been the most basic of victories.

The tiny victories after that are merely selling this shitty law to the folks and squeezing money that is was NOT supposed to cost.

 

You and your idiot brethren can go get fucked. I hope you die miserably in poverty with semi-life threatening diseases (that means slowly).

You progs are too stupid to have a valid purpose. Leave the liberals alone.

 

Ahhh, I feel better. Don't care how you feel.

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but but but Jan Brewer is one of the wingnut's darlings.

 

what the hell happened cons?

LMAO.

I already knew that Brewer was a two-faced hypocrite.

How come you didn't?

expanding medicaid to save people from obamacare is not a victory for obamacare its a victory to the poor people that cant afford obamacare.

Dumbass, expanding Medicaid is the foundation of Obamacare.

That's why Obamacare is paying for 95% of the price of the expansion (100% for the first 5 years).

Brewer is one of nine Republican governors who have bucked their party and embraced the Medicaid expansion.

 

republicans wall of denial is beginning to crumble.

You should never say "wall" when talking about Arizona...

Yeah, that is great news clem. When we bottom out your military, your corporations, and your foreign aid will be all gone. Common sense will come to DC and emphasis on WE THE PEOPLE will resume.

There is no such thing as common sense - but the fact of the matter is that most Americans are at least as conflicted on budget issues as their member of Congress.

 

A "big victory" for Obamacare would have been that it was WANTED in the first place by the people,

I vote for leaders, not followers.

If politicians' jobs were to simply read polls and have no values, then we could just turn the government over to CNN-ORC corporation and we'd get everything we wanted.

 

The job of the government is to make decisions. The job of the people is to evaluate those decisions, not to make the decisions themselves. Direct Democracy is a nightmare in case you never went to an OWS protest.

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Arizona Medicaid Expansion Advances After Jan Brewer Forces Lawmakers' Hands

 

Arizona will expand Medicaid to cover nearly 300,000 poor residents next year after a bipartisan coalition passed a measure backed by Gov. Jan Brewer ® through the state legislature on Thursday.

Brewer, a conservative and avowed foe of President Barack Obama's health care reform law, announced her support for the Medicaid expansion in January, but faced stiff resistance from fellow Republicans in Arizona's House and Senate. During a marathon session that began Wednesday afternoon and stretched into the wee hours of Thursday morning before culminating in a final vote late Thursday afternoon, a handful of Republicans joined Democrats in the House and Senate to pass the Medicaid expansion.

Although Obama's health care law continues to divide elected officials and the public along starkly partisan lines, Brewer is one of nine Republican governors who have bucked their party and embraced the Medicaid expansion.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/13/arizona-medicaid-expansion_n_3430371.html

 

Suddenly the hypocrite loves Jan Brewer.

Go figure.

 

Dumbass, expanding Medicaid is the foundation of Obamacare.

That's why Obamacare is paying for 95% of the price of the expansion (100% for the first 5 years).

 

The only Dumbass is someone that supports the expansion of an already-failing system.

Medicaid is imploding. Doctors already are refusing to take on new patients, and morons like you are expanding that program.

You're not exactly a rocket scientist, are you?

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It's all about their side winning and nothing else. Do they really give a fuck about the millions that could not afford before obamacare that will have to pay more in a fine and still no have HC? Hey but their God and savior approved it so it's a big win for them.

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Arizona Medicaid Expansion Advances After Jan Brewer Forces Lawmakers' Hands

 

Arizona will expand Medicaid to cover nearly 300,000 poor residents next year after a bipartisan coalition passed a measure backed by Gov. Jan Brewer ® through the state legislature on Thursday.

Brewer, a conservative and avowed foe of President Barack Obama's health care reform law, announced her support for the Medicaid expansion in January, but faced stiff resistance from fellow Republicans in Arizona's House and Senate. During a marathon session that began Wednesday afternoon and stretched into the wee hours of Thursday morning before culminating in a final vote late Thursday afternoon, a handful of Republicans joined Democrats in the House and Senate to pass the Medicaid expansion.

Although Obama's health care law continues to divide elected officials and the public along starkly partisan lines, Brewer is one of nine Republican governors who have bucked their party and embraced the Medicaid expansion.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/13/arizona-medicaid-expansion_n_3430371.html

 

When Arizona goes bankrupt down the road when the burden is placed on the Sate after the Federal money stops. What then???? That is why a majority of states want nothing to do with it. Partially paid for now by the Federal govt. but then later the financial burden is placed solely on the states with mandates from the Federal Government.

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Arizona Medicaid Expansion Advances After Jan Brewer Forces Lawmakers' Hands

 

Arizona will expand Medicaid to cover nearly 300,000 poor residents next year after a bipartisan coalition passed a measure backed by Gov. Jan Brewer ® through the state legislature on Thursday.

Brewer, a conservative and avowed foe of President Barack Obama's health care reform law, announced her support for the Medicaid expansion in January, but faced stiff resistance from fellow Republicans in Arizona's House and Senate. During a marathon session that began Wednesday afternoon and stretched into the wee hours of Thursday morning before culminating in a final vote late Thursday afternoon, a handful of Republicans joined Democrats in the House and Senate to pass the Medicaid expansion.

Although Obama's health care law continues to divide elected officials and the public along starkly partisan lines, Brewer is one of nine Republican governors who have bucked their party and embraced the Medicaid expansion.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/13/arizona-medicaid-expansion_n_3430371.html

 

 

 

There's nothing about obamacare thats a victory...I have friends who can only work 30hrs a week now because of obamacare. It iw and will go down as the worse f up in American history and it will be obama's failed legacy.

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Yaaaaay, the country's going bankrupt even faster! :glare:

 

Your lies have never worked...and now less than ever.

 

Reality is a "lie" to this shameless troll.

 

Secret Budget Doc: 30-yr Deficit is $106,954,000,000,000

 

.....according to GOP (30 year) deficit projections subsequently prepared by Johnson and obtained by National Review Online, the true size of the problem is staggering, and surprised even many of the seasoned budget negotiators involved.

 

$4 trillion? Try $106 trillion, the medium estimate. That’s $106,954,000,000,000. Even the lowest, extremely conservative estimate comes in at $72 trillion; the highest is over $120 trillion.

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/350983/ron-johnsons-transformative-proposal-jonathan-strong

 

 

 

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Arizona Medicaid Expansion Advances After Jan Brewer Forces Lawmakers' Hands

 

Arizona will expand Medicaid to cover nearly 300,000 poor residents next year after a bipartisan coalition passed a measure backed by Gov. Jan Brewer ® through the state legislature on Thursday.

Brewer, a conservative and avowed foe of President Barack Obama's health care reform law, announced her support for the Medicaid expansion in January, but faced stiff resistance from fellow Republicans in Arizona's House and Senate. During a marathon session that began Wednesday afternoon and stretched into the wee hours of Thursday morning before culminating in a final vote late Thursday afternoon, a handful of Republicans joined Democrats in the House and Senate to pass the Medicaid expansion.

Although Obama's health care law continues to divide elected officials and the public along starkly partisan lines, Brewer is one of nine Republican governors who have bucked their party and embraced the Medicaid expansion.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/13/arizona-medicaid-expansion_n_3430371.html

 

The high quality doctors will leave medicare and you've just reduced the non-elite to inferior care. Yay!

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I vote for leaders, not followers.

If politicians' jobs were to simply read polls and have no values, then we could just turn the government over to CNN-ORC corporation and we'd get everything we wanted.

 

The job of the government is to make decisions. The job of the people is to evaluate those decisions, not to make the decisions themselves. Direct Democracy is a nightmare in case you never went to an OWS protest.

 

You're saying the job of government is to lead YOU around by the nose. You must be loving it lately.

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LOL, we're more BROKE, right now, then we were in 2009!!

 

Open your eyes, you moron!

 

 

YOU'RE more broke. Admit the truth. This fuels your rage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The high quality doctors will leave medicare and you've just reduced the non-elite to inferior care. Yay!

 

 

 

Of course this is nonsense.....but I didn't expect anything else from you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There's nothing about obamacare thats a victory...

 

 

 

Why do you keep playing ostrich?

30 million people now able to receive health insurance is not a victory for them?

Millions who can't be cut off of their insurance for pre-existing conditions is not a victory for them?

Young people who can now stay on their parent's plan is not a victory for them?

 

A healthier america is a victory for the country....for everyone. Sad...really sad...you are such a selfish pri-ck.

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