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‘Obamacare’ raising costs

August 19, 2013

Health insurance will be cheaper, we were assured. If you like the policy you have, you’ll be able to keep it, President Barack Obama insiste....

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TiredOfTax

Aug-24-13 9:00 AM

You and Yuck are really on a roll... progressives to the rescue. Now who wants to sign up for the progressive party? The one for the people filled with respect and kindness... go ahead and let your love shine Missy. The world is yours for the taking!

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usedtolivethere

Aug-23-13 5:14 PM

TOT finally admits his lack of originality and sarcasticly chides rs for "learning how to google". What a tea party fraud. and if she wasn't calling me out, who was she calling out? TOT...you must be a wealthy, don't give an ef about anyone economicly in trouble, high high horse riding, better than thou, religeously fervant, gun toting, abortion hating, racially bigoted, it's all about me and what I have, women fearing, skin headed SOB. and I didn't call you any names, I just made a few more assumptions

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TiredOfTax

Aug-23-13 5:12 PM

You guys, remember you do not count the numbers after the decimal point, one of you must have the calculator on infinite as the number of your TRUE VALUE should be in red with brackets around it.

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rschweizer

Aug-23-13 2:24 PM

usedtolivethere, we're both 'liberals' earning 6-figs a year. That's unpossible unless you're a Republican!

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TiredOfTax

Aug-23-13 2:11 PM

RS, I am impressed, you learned how to google! Nice!!

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TiredOfTax

Aug-23-13 2:09 PM

So little girl, who said I was calling on you? Now pull them undies out of you beeehind and get back in line Sally.

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rschweizer

Aug-23-13 1:13 PM

ToT: your 6:55am comment was pasted right from USA Today.

Be original or I'm going to give the Lexington Award to you this year. Lord knows drugs has gotten it enough times.

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usedtolivethere

Aug-23-13 11:05 AM

TOT..last post = copy and paste. How dare you make assumptions on my case! You are a joke. My household income is in 6 figures and I give to many charities. I'll make some assumptions about you. You hide behind the anonyminity here because you are insecure and afraid of your shadow. You were the kid who walked into high school gym class, saw that the ropes were down, and pooped your drawers. Let's all make assumptions. It lends a lot of value to this discussion. Look in the mirror Jane

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drugsrus

Aug-23-13 7:33 AM

ToT, I had that happen. Years ago at a time I was unemployed a potential employer told me that he couldn't hire me "because as soon as something better comes along, you'll leave". So I asked :like more money??" - answer - yes. My next question was "If I'm worth more to someone else, why am I not worth more to you??" -- blank stare and crickets

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TiredOfTax

Aug-23-13 6:55 AM

More harm than good... it is what progressives do! The Department of Health and Human Services in verifying its system's security measures threaten to put the personal records of millions of Americans at risk. At the heart of this problem is the Federal Data Services Hub, a massive information sharing network set to launch on October 1st. The data hub will contain volumes of Americans' personal information and will be shared among numerous federal agencies, including the IRS, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security, as well as state governments. It will be used and accessed by thousands of bureaucrats as they seek to enroll people in the ObamaCare exchanges.

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TiredOfTax

Aug-23-13 6:52 AM

If you are worth anything you will get what you earn... in your case, WELFARE! Not earned but ENTITLED!

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usedtolivethere

Aug-23-13 5:51 AM

and TOT, if you believe that you'll get a raise based on quality of work, then you really don't live in Fulton county...you live in Camelot

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usedtolivethere

Aug-23-13 5:49 AM

rschw...now there's a surprise. And she accuses me of contributing nothin. she contributes right wing propaganda

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rschweizer

Aug-23-13 1:45 AM

tot, your 9:23pm post was pasted directly from a tea party website:

teapartyoflakecounty[dot]org/obama-scrubs-campaign-website-of-broken-promises/

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TiredOfTax

Aug-22-13 9:52 PM

If you are an employee, you feel that you are not paid enough... you go to your boss and say "I need more money to get by and I am a valuable assert to your business... you either get that raise or you are not that valuable to the one that matters. If you truly are a valuable employee you will have no trouble at all getting what you need or the market is open for you to get what you deserve. If however you are sub standard, a lazy person or a progressive that feels the world owes you every little thing to make you happy... you should be left with what you earned. NOTHING!

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TiredOfTax

Aug-22-13 9:23 PM

It’s becoming increasingly apparent that this President Barack Obama is certainly not the same person as candidate Barack Obama. The same president who promised an unprecedented level of transparency has deleted his campaign promises from his pre-election website, change.gov. His vision for reform, from revitalizing the economy to closing Guantanamo to establishing a new relationship with the Middle East has disappeared and the site now links to the official whitehouse.gov site. According to The Sunlight Foundation, the site was available until a few short months ago and was a perfect way to compare Obama’s vision with his actions during his time in office. Obama and his cronies are well aware of his diminishing reputation. Now that the Obama Administration is going after Edward Snowden mercilessly, his campaign statement about protecting whistleblowers rings hollow: Perhaps by scrubbing his site clean of his broken promises, he thinks he can pull the wool over our eyes.

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usedtolivethere

Aug-22-13 8:35 PM

When people make more money, they spend more money, thereby helping small businesses. You overanalyze everything, and I don't need upper case letters to make my point. It's easliy understood.and if, as you say, it's the workers that spend every single dime, shouldn't they have more to spend?

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yukonjack

Aug-22-13 5:16 PM

@MrBOB51...Here you go genius...its a copy and paste from wikipedia..*******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Patient_Protection_and_Affordable_Care_Act

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TiredOfTax

Aug-22-13 1:54 PM

Just how can an independent business stay ahead of the liberal giveaway of taxpayer money? Independent businesses have a limit to spending, apparently our government does not... no matter whose, or how many generations have to pony up the cash! You raise the min wage, they raise the welfare and so it continues on and on... but remember it is the TAXPAYERS that foot the bill for BOTH, either taxes or products and taxes on more expensive products it is the workers that pay every single dime!

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adkkev

Aug-22-13 12:23 PM

MrBob:I'm not sure that you even bother reading posts thoroughly.From my earlier post:"In fact, the key provisions in the Chafee bill may seem familiar, as they bear a strong resemblance to those in the current Democratic Senate bill, and now in President Barack Obama's proposal. A mandate that individuals buy insurance, subsidies for the poor to buy insurance and the requirement that insurers offer a standard benefits package and refrain from discriminating based on pre-existing conditions were all in the 1993 GOP bill."My point was that the ACA was modeled after the 1993 GOP bill.That's all.The GOP bill was in response to the Clinton proposal.So while the CURRENT Republicans didn't write the ACA, the ACA was MODELED after a GOP proposal from 20 years ago.

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usedtolivethere

Aug-22-13 10:49 AM

Also not hard to see multi-billion dollar corporations feeding off their weekest employees and the most noble profession grossly underpaid. It's not liberal Bobbo, it's common sense. It's not redistribution, it's giving people what they deserve. You high and mighty whatevers kill me

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MrBoB51

Aug-22-13 10:04 AM

So sorry you missed it or forgot dave but quite awhile ago several of us identified ourselves. Oops, that sure does not fit you narrative. Additionally, that TOT is not a bottom-feeding liberal is the 'something' you find 'wrong' according the liberal dictionary of words and phrases. Thanks for letting everybody know.

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MrBoB51

Aug-22-13 9:51 AM

Usedto, I agree, it's not at all hard for you to see a liberal money grab and redistribution as a solution. Another revelation of liberal idiocy. Liberals are on a shoot-themselves-in-the-foot safari today.

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MrBoB51

Aug-22-13 9:42 AM

I love it, greedy liberal complains about greedy doctors and greedy hospitals!!! You just can't make that kind of crap up. Yessir, liberals will tell you who and what they are every time!!!HAHAHAHA! Keep 'em coming dave....please!

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usedtolivethere

Aug-22-13 7:41 AM

TOT, in your rambling palgiarized rants you missed 2 obvious solutions. Raise the minimum wage to a livable wage and increase teachers salaries. what's so hard to see?

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