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Offline Rapunzel

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None of the democrats give a crap about the American people. Everything they are doing hurts someone. How can they face their families and friends who are suffering? I know I would not have anything to do with a family member who pulled that sh*t just to keep their jobs or because they are afraid of Obama.

Offline Rapunzel

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None of the democrats give a crap about the American people. Everything they are doing hurts someone. How can they face their families and friends who are suffering? I know I would not have anything to do with a family member who pulled that sh*t just to keep their jobs or because they are afraid of Obama.

Megyn Kelly did a really good job of getting this fleshed out tonight.  I think the best description of this is we now have the Solyndraization of American Healthcare.  Fewer carriers and fewer doctors - the carriers get the monthly vig (casino talk) but the patients have to wait and wait and wait to be seen and then when they finally get in the deductibles are so high the insurance carriers don't have to pay anything out.. so higher premiums and less care = more money for the lucky insurance carrier allowed to stay in business in a given state.

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Megyn Kelly did a really good job of getting this fleshed out tonight.  I think the best description of this is we now have the Solyndraization of American Healthcare.  Fewer carriers and fewer doctors - the carriers get the monthly vig (casino talk) but the patients have to wait and wait and wait to be seen and then when they finally get in the deductibles are so high the insurance carriers don't have to pay anything out.. so higher premiums and less care = more money for the lucky insurance carrier allowed to stay in business in a given state.
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Of course! Most people won't be able to afford going to the doctor after paying their high insurance rates, let alone deductibles.


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