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About Jeepster80125

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  1. No. The increase in costs come from across the board. Hospital reimbursements/charges, malpractice insurance/lawsuits, THE COST OF THE UNINSURED, when you understand that healthcare is 1/6th of our economy, you wouldn't make ridiculous claims like blaming the small part of the problem as the main source. It's silly. I don't know, maybe you're including things like tort costs and stuff in 'end of life care'. You have done a good job of seeming totally ignorant with regards to healthcare, reform, and obamacare. I think you're smarter than you're coming off in this thread specifically, it's conf
  2. I think the repubs have something up their sleeve, probably some revelation on maes that could force him to withdraw. Although, if he's smart he stays in to punish his party, because fuck them if they can't get a viable candidate, try harder next time assholes. If he withdraws, so does tancredo and the repubs run whoever they decide. I don't think this is quite over.
  3. http://reason.com/archives/2010/09/14/rogue-states/1
  4. Unless Maes drops out, which he shouldn't, then Tancredo has pretty much solidified support for hickenlooper. gg.http://www.9news.com/news/article.aspx?sto...0&catid=339I hate politicians, so this stuff is just awesome to me. Repubs never thought Maes would win, now repubs are withdrawing support in the hope that Maes drops out. Repubs won't win with Maes and Tancredo both running.
  5. I agree, but that's the easiest way for me to ask you this question. My next question would be where you draw the line, what your definitions are etc, because I still think you're using selective interpretation with regards to your views, but I guess everyone does that to a degree. I'm not even sure what 'selective interpretation' means, it's just the easiest way for me to convey what I feel like I'm observing.
  6. That's fine, but you also advocate an individual mandate along with socialized medicine. Where do you draw the line between here (leaving them the fuck alone), and things like sodium requirements and san fucking fransisco (fucking with my life directly). I'm curious because it seems like you're selectively interpreting what you're for and against, kind of BG style. Respectfully.
  7. I can't wait for the lefties here to complain when cuts are maid to medicare, when their parents start having problems getting covered under obamacare. complete story at link.
  8. http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2010/09/louis-...itlers-daughter
  9. For fuck's sake.Sebelius calls on health insurers to stop misinformation and unjustified rate increasesWASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius wrote America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), the national association of health insurers, calling on their members to stop using scare tactics and misinformation to falsely blame premium increases for 2011 on the patient protections in the Affordable Care Act. Sebelius noted that the consumer protections and out-of-pocket savings provided for in the Affordable Care Act should result in a minimal impac
  10. I know we've moved on to the hypothetical stupid girl.fwiw, my roommate had a serious b/f five years ago, and never planned on having the house by the time she got ass****ed by the ARM. Her two renters pay her mortgage, so her losing her job wasn't really a huge problem. She's got a fantastic rack, and bitches can bartend fucking anywhere. She's single now, the market sucks, and she definitely can't afford the new mortgage, even though she knowingly signed the contract five years ago. She's most definitely okay with having shitty credit, since she wants to move to florida with mom and dad to g
  11. If an employer stops providing benefits, there is no underlying medical plan for the COBRA to continue coverage. If the medical plan goes away, so does the COBRA. Each state is different, as COBRA is over 20 employees, so small employers will be affected differently. Our state has 'continuation' that mirrors cobra for smaller employers. Also, if an employee hasn't been on the plan for longer than six months (high turnover employees etc), then they don't qualify for cobra or continuation. Lucky for my clients, we already had an additional high risk pool/safety net program called cover colorado.
  12. Well, the 'right' thing to do, in my opinion, would be to not lie on a mortgage application. It seems like anyone who isn't looking to take advantage of the system would think enough to not lie about their income. But, she was only looking to make a buck since the market was solid and she didn't have to prove her income. I might have made the same decision that she did, but I'm not in her shoes so I don't know. Honestly, it's more of a liberal/conservative thing, I think. She hates bush, loves obama but can't be bothered to vote. She thinks the government should pay for her health care, includ
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