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10:13 PM on 03/08/2010
"Meadows Massacre" - Look it up.
08:22 PM on 03/08/2010
All I would like is cheaper prescription costs and cheaper doctor/hospital bills. Everyone agrees with me, right?? Oh, and not having to fear being rejected for health insurance just because you may have a "pre-existing illness". Once I went to the ER for a few stitches in my arm (silly teenage antics involving a BMX bike), I was there for three hours and had 3 stitches...cost after UHC paid? a little over $500. ridiculous? bet your bottom it is! I take a generic medication that cost $40, which is the same amount for the regular version!! this is all outrageous, I'm blessed though for UHC letting college kids still be on parents health insurance plans. Can't imagine what it'd be like without it. a measly 7.25 an hour job won't give me good health care...
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cmaurand
08:04 PM on 03/08/2010
Sure it is. Its exactly like Obama's.
07:44 PM on 03/08/2010
Mitt Romney is right -- Mitt Romney's plan DID NOT LOWER PREMIUMS!!!


PRESIDENT OBAMA'S PLAN (according to the Congressional Budget Office) WILL LOWER ACTUALLY PREMIUMS FOR AMERICANS , and IT WILL ALSO LOWER THE FEDERAL DEFICIT BY $ 1 TRILLION DOLLARS OVER 10 years.
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KenClay
REPEAL DOMA
07:32 PM on 03/08/2010
GAYDAR!
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jsgaetano
"Conservative" is not a political party, genius.
07:24 PM on 03/08/2010
It's pretty funny watching Romney trying to explain why his socialized medicine with it's socialist death panels isn't really socialized medicine with socialist death panels.
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HHarvey
Do not feed the trolls
07:11 PM on 03/08/2010
"This is a federalist nation. States should be able to solve their own problems," he said.

Wait, now I'm confused, isn't this what the conservatives call The Nanny State? don't they dislike this?
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jsgaetano
"Conservative" is not a political party, genius.
07:25 PM on 03/08/2010
He also seems to not understand the difference between federalism and confederacy.
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cmaurand
08:06 PM on 03/08/2010
Yes, but states won't solve the problem on their own, just as they didn't with civil rights, or public education, or public health, child employment, or slavery or ...
05:08 PM on 03/08/2010
"It is better to keep one's mouth closed and be thought a fool, than to open it and remove all doubt."

--Ancient Chinese proverb.
05:06 PM on 03/08/2010
"See, my budget is written in BLACK ink; his is in blue!"
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Silent Edge
04:59 PM on 03/08/2010
So much for the 'United' part of the 'States of America.'
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HHarvey
Do not feed the trolls
07:12 PM on 03/08/2010
That's the biggest irony isn't it?
02:32 PM on 03/08/2010
What Health Care Plan .................. did he ever have one?
01:37 PM on 03/08/2010
The logic was a bit tortured.

ah...when was the last statement that Romney made that didn't torture logic?
01:28 PM on 03/08/2010
I saw him on television this weekend. The man needs to stay out of the tanning bed. Jeez, he's looking ridiculous.
12:53 PM on 03/08/2010
Isnt one of the pillars of the so-called Republican Ideas to allow insurance purchasing accross state lines?!?!

Uh.... isnt that a federal thing?!?!

Oh and since Tort Reform is really a state issue (medical malpractice suits are at a State Level)... so why should that be in a Federal Bill?!?!

Also... Republicans had control of the Presidency (sadly 8 years), Congress (12 years), and Supreme Court (really sadly)... why havent they done anything about this?

Lastly... Mitsy.... if these are all state issues?... can you explain why the States havent addressed this before?
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cmaurand
08:07 PM on 03/08/2010
I might also add that if the insurance companies really are about getting everyone covered, why aren't they lining up to do so? Because they're about making profit and healthcare isn't about profits, at least it shouldn't be. Health insurance is the problem, not the solution.
12:45 PM on 03/08/2010
So let me see if I have this right?

If we take only the Conservative ideas in the Health Reform plans, (as those done in the MA reforms), you know without regulations, without reducing waste in Medicare and using those savings towards paying for more coverage.... Its a GOOD approach and we get more universal health care (but admittedly at a higher cost)!!!!

But if we include the Cost Savings parts, regulations against the Insurance abuse, and premium profit caps, and allow the power of federal pooling .... its a bad plan and will, according to Mittsy, Cost MORE?!?!

Their Lies are just plain rediculous!!! If Americans buy this load of !$!$!... they are more ignorant than I even imagined.