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There are a lot of republicans who worship Obamacare which will make it difficult to reverse ObamaCare.

 

Those who bitch about Obamacare are likely not republican .... more likely radicals that have been duped by ALEC who wants to own OBAMACARE,Medicare and Medicaid.

 

Medicaid and Medicare are worth trillions of tax dollars to privatizing profiteers who will only increase taxes to keep up their high profit demands. Cost of health care will increase in double digits annually.

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There are a lot of republicans who worship Obamacare which will make it difficult to reverse ObamaCare.

 

Those who bitch about Obamacare are likely not republican .... more likely radicals that have been duped by ALEC who wants to own OBAMACARE,Medicare and Medicaid.

 

Medicaid and Medicare are worth trillions of tax dollars to privatizing profiteers who will only increase taxes to keep up their high profit demands. Cost of health care will increase in double digits annually.

If you insist cons like Obamacare looks we got common ground, now if we can our newly blessed king Barack's birthday a national holiday because he's for the people

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Why does the medical insurance industry lie to consumers about Single Payer and ObamaCare?

 

The U.S. health insurance system is typically characterized as a largely private-sector system, so it may come as a surprise that more than 60% of the $2 trillion annual U.S. health care bill is paid through taxes.

 

Which means approximately 1.5 trillion health care tax dollars flow into the inflated cookie jars of the medical insurance industry.

 

Now those $1.5 trillion health care tax dollars would be enough to cover all in the USA under the Single Payer umbrella 24/7 no deductibles and no co-pays. Which is efficient use of OUR tax dollars and OUR health care dollars.

 

Universal Single Payer Insurance for ALL would cover every person for all necessary medical care 24/7 to include:

 

Wellness /prescription drugs / hospital / surgical / outpatient services / primary and

preventive care / emergency services / dental / mental health / home health / physical therapy / rehabilitation (including for substance abuse) / vision care / hearing services including hearing aids / chiropractic / medical equipment / palliative care / long term care

 

No deductibles / No Co-pays

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There are a lot of republicans who worship Obamacare which will make it difficult to reverse ObamaCare.

Those who bitch about Obamacare are likely not republican .... more likely radicals that have been duped by ALEC who wants to own OBAMACARE,Medicare and Medicaid.

Medicaid and Medicare are worth trillions of tax dollars to privatizing profiteers who will only increase taxes to keep up their high profit demands. Cost of health care will increase in double digits annually.

There are no republicans who worship obamacare.

When you based your beliefs on lies, don't be surprised that you're wrong about your conclusions.

Universal Single Payer Insurance for ALL would cover every person for all necessary medical care 24/7 to include:

 

Wellness /prescription drugs / hospital / surgical / outpatient services / primary and

preventive care / emergency services / dental / mental health / home health / physical therapy / rehabilitation (including for substance abuse) / vision care / hearing services including hearing aids / chiropractic / medical equipment / palliative care / long term care

 

No deductibles / No Co-pays

You have no idea what you're talking about. There is no way we could afford to pay for "single payer" which is not insurance BTW, for every person in this country, legal and illegal.

This is why no one can debate issues with you moonbats. You have no concept of economics or how the market works.

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Why does the medical insurance industry lie to consumers about Single Payer and ObamaCare?

 

The U.S. health insurance system is typically characterized as a largely private-sector system, so it may come as a surprise that more than 60% of the $2 trillion annual U.S. health care bill is paid through taxes.

 

Which means approximately 1.5 trillion health care tax dollars flow into the inflated cookie jars of the medical insurance industry.

 

Now those $1.5 trillion health care tax dollars would be enough to cover all in the USA under the Single Payer umbrella 24/7 no deductibles and no co-pays. Which is efficient use of OUR tax dollars and OUR health care dollars.

 

Universal Single Payer Insurance for ALL would cover every person for all necessary medical care 24/7 to include:

 

Wellness /prescription drugs / hospital / surgical / outpatient services / primary and

preventive care / emergency services / dental / mental health / home health / physical therapy / rehabilitation (including for substance abuse) / vision care / hearing services including hearing aids / chiropractic / medical equipment / palliative care / long term care

 

No deductibles / No Co-pays

 

Here are 10 great reasons to support IMPROVED Medicare Single Payer Insurance:

 

 

1. Everybody In, Nobody Out. Universal means access to health care for everyone, period. Plus it is estimated to create 2.6 million new jobs!

 

2. Portability. If you are unemployed, or lose or change jobs, your health coverage stays with you.

 

3. Uniform Benefits. No Cadillac plans for the wealthy and Pinto plans for everyone else, with high deductibles, limited services, caps on payments for care, and no protection in the event of a catastrophe. One level of comprehensive care for everyone, regardless of the size of your wallet.

 

4. Prevention. By removing financial roadblocks, a universal health system encourages preventive care that lowers an individual's ultimate cost and pain and suffering when problems are neglected and societal cost in the over-utilization of emergency rooms or the spread of communicable diseases.

 

5. Choice. Most private insurance restricts your choice of providers and hospitals. Under the U.S. National Health Insurance Act, patients have a choice, and the provider is assured a fair payment.

 

6. No Interference with Care. Caregivers and patients regain their autonomy to decide what's best for a patient's health, not what's dictated by the billing department. No denial of coverage for pre-existing conditions or cancellation of policies for "unreported" minor health problems.

 

7. Reducing Waste. One third of every private health insurance dollar goes for paperwork and profits, compared to about 3% under Medicare, the federal government’s universal system for senior citizen healthcare.

 

8. Cost Savings. A guaranteed health care system can produce the cost savings needed to cover everyone, largely by using existing resources without the waste. Taiwan, shifting from a U.S. private health care model, adopted a similar system in 1995, boosting health coverage from 57% to 97% with little increase in overall health care spending.

 

 

9. Common Sense Budgeting. The public system sets fair reimbursements applied equally to all providers, private and public, while assuring that appropriate health care is delivered, and uses its clout to negotiate volume discounts for prescription drugs and medical equipment.

 

10. Public Oversight. The public sets the policies and administers the system, not high priced CEOs meeting in private and making decisions based on their company’s stock performance needs.

 

 

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Why does the medical insurance industry lie to consumers about Single Payer and ObamaCare?

 

The U.S. health insurance system is typically characterized as a largely private-sector system, so it may come as a surprise that more than 60% of the $2 trillion annual U.S. health care bill is paid through taxes.

 

Which means approximately 1.5 trillion health care tax dollars flow into the inflated cookie jars of the medical insurance industry.

 

Now those $1.5 trillion health care tax dollars would be enough to cover all in the USA under the Single Payer umbrella 24/7 no deductibles and no co-pays. Which is efficient use of OUR tax dollars and OUR health care dollars.

 

Universal Single Payer Insurance for ALL would cover every person for all necessary medical care 24/7 to include:

 

Wellness /prescription drugs / hospital / surgical / outpatient services / primary and

preventive care / emergency services / dental / mental health / home health / physical therapy / rehabilitation (including for substance abuse) / vision care / hearing services including hearing aids / chiropractic / medical equipment / palliative care / long term care

 

No deductibles / No Co-pays

 

 

Universal Single Payer Health Care would not only provide 24/7 care no matter what but would also create about 2.5 million new jobs throughout the USA.

 

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of vets care significantly in addition to improving a disabled vets and their families quality of life significantly.

 

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of government across the board significantly.

 

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of public education significantly.

 

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of higher education significantly.

 

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of groceries significantly.

 

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of local government significantly.

 

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of cars significantly.

 

Universal Single Payer Health Care SHOULD in effect reduce the cost of just about all consumer products significantly.

 

Consider that the federal government spends more than $1.5 trillion tax dollars annually on healthcare which in reality would likely cover all in the USA under a Universal Single Payer Health Care program.

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Here are 10 great reasons to support IMPROVED Medicare Single Payer Insurance:

 

 

1. Everybody In, Nobody Out. Universal means access to health care for everyone, period. Plus it is estimated to create 2.6 million new jobs!

 

2. Portability. If you are unemployed, or lose or change jobs, your health coverage stays with you.

 

3. Uniform Benefits. No Cadillac plans for the wealthy and Pinto plans for everyone else, with high deductibles, limited services, caps on payments for care, and no protection in the event of a catastrophe. One level of comprehensive care for everyone, regardless of the size of your wallet.

 

4. Prevention. By removing financial roadblocks, a universal health system encourages preventive care that lowers an individual's ultimate cost and pain and suffering when problems are neglected and societal cost in the over-utilization of emergency rooms or the spread of communicable diseases.

 

5. Choice. Most private insurance restricts your choice of providers and hospitals. Under the U.S. National Health Insurance Act, patients have a choice, and the provider is assured a fair payment.

 

6. No Interference with Care. Caregivers and patients regain their autonomy to decide what's best for a patient's health, not what's dictated by the billing department. No denial of coverage for pre-existing conditions or cancellation of policies for "unreported" minor health problems.

 

7. Reducing Waste. One third of every private health insurance dollar goes for paperwork and profits, compared to about 3% under Medicare, the federal government’s universal system for senior citizen healthcare.

 

8. Cost Savings. A guaranteed health care system can produce the cost savings needed to cover everyone, largely by using existing resources without the waste. Taiwan, shifting from a U.S. private health care model, adopted a similar system in 1995, boosting health coverage from 57% to 97% with little increase in overall health care spending.

 

 

9. Common Sense Budgeting. The public system sets fair reimbursements applied equally to all providers, private and public, while assuring that appropriate health care is delivered, and uses its clout to negotiate volume discounts for prescription drugs and medical equipment.

 

10. Public Oversight. The public sets the policies and administers the system, not high priced CEOs meeting in private and making decisions based on their company’s stock performance needs.

 

Who's stupid enough to expand a program already failing?

Universal Single Payer Health Care would not only provide 24/7 care no matter what but would also create about 2.5 million new jobs throughout the USA.

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of vets care significantly in addition to improving a disabled vets and their families quality of life significantly.

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of government across the board significantly.

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of public education significantly.

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of higher education significantly.

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of groceries significantly.

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of local government significantly.

Universal Single Payer Health Care would in effect reduce the cost of cars significantly.

Universal Single Payer Health Care SHOULD in effect reduce the cost of just about all consumer products significantly.

 

Consider that the federal government spends more than $1.5 trillion tax dollars annually on healthcare which in reality would likely cover all in the USA under a Universal Single Payer Health Care program.

We already heard all these lies when you morons passed Obamacare. NONE of them came true.

Now you're repeating them, and expecting people to believe it AGAIN? How stupid ARE you?

 

And your last sentence shows just how stupid you really are. How can you quadruple the number of people on Medicare and Medicaid without spending more money?

Liberals are incapable of understanding the market, and economics

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This is a real melon scratcher for me. I think the good thing about Obamacare is the pre-existing conditions clause and the end of lifetime caps. Personally, I blew past the average lifetime cap in one year.

The bad thing is there is no cost control and there is still a fight with insurance companies when trying new therapies or drugs. I'm also worried about a one-payer system that could end profit incentives for pharmaceutical companies. That would result in less drugs being created and less innovative care. I'm on the cutting edge and I need those new drugs and innovative care.

 

I'm not sure what to do with the whole Obamacare thing.

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