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Senate GOP Passes Tax Plan - that Repeals ObdingaCare mandate!


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1 hour ago, Blue Devil said:

Senate GOP Passes Tax Plan - that Repeals ObdingaCare mandate!

 

Adolescent Communist malcontents:

 

 

Shame you aren't discussing the plan of reestablishing it back into law in the next legislation. haven't you learned from mob mentality, easy come, easy goes, easily returned to life getting corrupted all the time.

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6 hours ago, slideman said:

America- the only industrialized democracy lacking universal health care.

 

Pay for it Constitutionally.

 

Stock market purchase tax?

 

You buy something w/ money and you should pay a sales tax ... right?

 

3 to 5 percent every time ought to do it ... and it would help curb day trading.

 

kj

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I needed a laugh so i watched the Senate. The two things that most impressed me was the newfound love of the military by the dems. Dem. Senators, one after the other, railed on how the interest on the debt is going to be so high they will not be able to modernize the military. hahahahaaa. It was like watching "Scoop" Jackson and the other old time dem. Senators who wanted a strong Army. Warhawk dems in action!!. The other point was "millions will die" because the GOP changed the mandate for oblameocare. "MILLIONS". Old timers (me) are going to be cut off from medicare. Oh NO. GOP senators said they might raise the age for full benefits of SS and medicare. Heaven forbid!!! Lots of laughs and the best performers were Sanders and Pocahontas Warren. Bye bye dems. Trump 2020.

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Every tiem a R administration takes over they:
Increase spending,
Cut taxes for the already wealthy,
Increase the debt,
Start wars,
Another recession/Depression.

Whats new? Anyone with two connected brain cells knows what coming.

 

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Here are 10 great reasons to support Medicare Single Payer Insurance and Reduce Government Spending BIG TIME. The amount of tax dollars spent on health care as we speak could cover a large portion of the cost of Medicare Single Payer Insurance for ALL. 

 

 

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 6for 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.

 

Taxpayers realize that the medical insurance industry is as corrupt as the mafia, President Trump, ALEC, too many in the house and senate, campaign finance , electoral college,the Presidential Debate Commission and our election system. 

 

Members of the house and senate instead allow the insurance industry to design whatever then kick back to elected officials billions of campaign dollars over time ….those  are health care dollars btw. 

 

 Paying back like a busted slot machine.

 http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/blog/2009/10/bill_moyers_michael_winship_in.html#more

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The estimated $3.4 trillion in existing tax dollars that is being inefficiently spent on health care will most likely cover the cost of Single Payer after all  of the savings come into play which are significant.

 

 Why not put choices on the table? And show veterans and business a little more respect in the process.

 

LET THE VOTERS DECIDE = voting on the entire package thus providing consumers 3 options for the rest of their lives. Which one works best for YOU

 

=== ObamaCare which retains the health insurance industry for those who fear the word Medicare or phrase Single Payer after all it is their dollar. This needs stiff federal regulations that cannot be superceded by the states. Offer a fair tax dollar rebate at the end of every year. Sooner or later this group will enroll in single payer.

 

=== Single Payer Medicare for ALL = excellent coverage for those who wish to enroll. The absolute best choice on planet earth. https://www.healthcare-now.org/docs/spreport.pdf

 

=== Self financed health care for those able to do so aka opt out. Offer a fair tax dollar rebate at the end of every year.

 

=== ALL Disabled vets should receive Medicare with a 100% benefit so they and their families can receive medical care immediately upon discharge. Make it retroactive.

 

=== Business should not be forced to provide health insurance.

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, merrill said:

The estimated $3.4 trillion in existing tax dollars that is being inefficiently spent on health care will most likely cover the cost of Single Payer after all  of the savings come into play which are significant.

 

 Why not put choices on the table? And show veterans and business a little more respect in the process.

 

LET THE VOTERS DECIDE = voting on the entire package thus providing consumers 3 options for the rest of their lives. Which one works best for YOU

 

=== ObamaCare which retains the health insurance industry for those who fear the word Medicare or phrase Single Payer after all it is their dollar. This needs stiff federal regulations that cannot be superceded by the states. Offer a fair tax dollar rebate at the end of every year. Sooner or later this group will enroll in single payer.

 

=== Single Payer Medicare for ALL = excellent coverage for those who wish to enroll. The absolute best choice on planet earth. https://www.healthcare-now.org/docs/spreport.pdf

 

=== Self financed health care for those able to do so aka opt out. Offer a fair tax dollar rebate at the end of every year.

 

=== ALL Disabled vets should receive Medicare with a 100% benefit so they and their families can receive medical care immediately upon discharge. Make it retroactive.

 

=== Business should not be forced to provide health insurance.

 

 

 

OK, and what happens when an "opt-out" runs up a million dollars worth of emergency, surgery, and rehab costs after, say, a motorcycle accident? Or someone who's healthy at 25 and then finds she has breast cancer at 30? Who picks up those charges?

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