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(Gallup)   "Majority of Americans Want Major Changes to Health Law" Read the fine print to realize this includes both "major repeal" and "major expansion"   (gallup.com) divider line 51
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2013-12-06 10:04:07 AM
Yeah, Fox News has been spinning this for a while. They bundle the "we don't want ACA, we want Single-Payer" with the "keep the gubmint out of my healthcare" people for months. Of course, reality has a liberal bias....
 
2013-12-06 10:06:16 AM
I'll just leave this here...

static.selfdeprecate.com
 
2013-12-06 10:10:14 AM
52% want repeal or scaling back. That's a majority. Keep trying to spin Obamacare's unpopularity, guys, that strategy is bound to succeed eventually.
 
2013-12-06 10:12:28 AM
Anyone who wants to repeal should not be taken seriously. They don't need to repeal to replace. Do it all in one bill put your new plan into action while getting rid of the ACA. Oh you don't have a plan, fark off then.
 
2013-12-06 10:12:41 AM

jjorsett: 52% want repeal or scaling back. That's a majority. Keep trying to spin Obamacare's unpopularity, guys, that strategy is bound to succeed eventually.


Yeah, unless you ask them about the specific PARTS of the law, in which case there is nowhere near a majority in favor of getting rid of it save in maybe 1-2 parts.

But you probably know that, and ignore it, because you want to pretend there's solid support for your personal beliefs.
 
2013-12-06 10:14:07 AM

LasersHurt: jjorsett: 52% want repeal or scaling back. That's a majority. Keep trying to spin Obamacare's unpopularity, guys, that strategy is bound to succeed eventually.

Yeah, unless you ask them about the specific PARTS of the law, in which case there is nowhere near a majority in favor of getting rid of it save in maybe 1-2 parts.

But you probably know that, and ignore it, because you want to pretend there's solid support for your personal beliefs.


The will of the uninformed masses should be respected as long as it gives me a political advantage, libulardo.
 
2013-12-06 10:14:18 AM
Who the fark do they 'poll'?
 
2013-12-06 10:14:44 AM

jjorsett: 52% want repeal or scaling back. That's a majority. Keep trying to spin Obamacare's unpopularity, guys, that strategy is bound to succeed eventually.


Look at the post just before yours. Then, punch yourself and cry.
 
2013-12-06 10:15:32 AM

jjorsett: 52% want repeal or scaling back. That's a majority. Keep trying to spin Obamacare's unpopularity, guys, that strategy is bound to succeed eventually.


Repealing the law wouldn't get them their old plans back.
 
2013-12-06 10:19:16 AM
Looking over their detailed results, I'm a bit confused....

When they asked if people want changes, etc., there were 8% that had no opinion. Then, when they asked those who want changes if they want to repeal, or expand, all of a sudden the "No Opinion" jumps 3 points?

What the hell? Is this how it took place:
Interviewer: "Do you want minor changes, major changes, repeal entirely, or keep it?
Person: "Major changes!"
Interviewer: "Would you like it scaled back or expanded?"
Person: "I don't care"

That doesn't seem to make sense. It would seem that the minor and major (43%) should equal the expand and scale back (40%)

But this is Gallup I suppose....
 
2013-12-06 10:19:30 AM
Are these supposed to be mutually exclusive?

Is there any way to describe the major expansion that many people want as something other than repeal?
 
2013-12-06 10:20:07 AM

SovietCanuckistan: Who the fark do they 'poll'?


"Interviews are conducted with respondents on landline telephones and cellular phones, with interviews
conducted in Spanish for respondents who are primarily Spanish-speaking. Each sample of national adults
includes a minimum quota of 50% cell phone respondents and 50% landline respondents, with additional
minimum quotas by region. Landline and cell phones numbers are selected using random digit dial methods.
Landline respondents are chosen at random within each household on the basis of which member had the most
recent birthday.
Samples are weighted to correct for unequal selection probability, non-response, and double coverage of
landline and cell users in the two sampling frames. They are also weighted to match the national demographics
of gender, age, race, Hispanic ethnicity, education, region, population density, and phone status (cell phoneonly/
landline only/both, cell phone mostly). Demographic weighting targets are based on the March 2012
Current Population Survey figures for the aged 18 and older U.S. population. Phone status targets are based on
the July-December 2011 National Health Interview Survey. Population density targets are based on the 2010
census. All reported margins of sampling error include the computed design effects for weighting."
 
2013-12-06 10:20:08 AM

LasersHurt: jjorsett: 52% want repeal or scaling back. That's a majority. Keep trying to spin Obamacare's unpopularity, guys, that strategy is bound to succeed eventually.

Yeah, unless you ask them about the specific PARTS of the law, in which case there is nowhere near a majority in favor of getting rid of it save in maybe 1-2 parts.

But you probably know that, and ignore it, because you want to pretend there's solid support for your personal beliefs.


And those one or two parts they want to get rid of always include the shared responsibility payment which is pretty much the glue holding the whole house of cards together.
 
2013-12-06 10:23:31 AM
Whatever the case, I just have to say this is truly a worthwhile discussion.  It is incredibly important to find out what the public opinion of the ACA is because if a majority of the public is against the ACA, then that means it will be immediately repealed with agreement of the Democratic Senate and President Obama and/or ruled unconstitutional by the SCOTUS.

/it would actually be kinda funny if the ACA got repealed a few years from now after people got used to pre-existing conditions being a thing of the past.
 
2013-12-06 10:23:37 AM
liberation.typepad.com
 
2013-12-06 10:24:48 AM
The reality is that a single small change to the ACA is all that's needed to fix it.

Strikeout the first 906 pages and write in MEDICAID FOR EVERYONE.
 
2013-12-06 10:25:00 AM

kidgenius: SovietCanuckistan: Who the fark do they 'poll'?

"Interviews are conducted with respondents on landline telephones and cellular phones, with interviews
conducted in Spanish for respondents who are primarily Spanish-speaking. Each sample of national adults
includes a minimum quota of 50% cell phone respondents and 50% landline respondents, with additional
minimum quotas by region. Landline and cell phones numbers are selected using random digit dial methods.
Landline respondents are chosen at random within each household on the basis of which member had the most
recent birthday.
Samples are weighted to correct for unequal selection probability, non-response, and double coverage of
landline and cell users in the two sampling frames. They are also weighted to match the national demographics
of gender, age, race, Hispanic ethnicity, education, region, population density, and phone status (cell phoneonly/
landline only/both, cell phone mostly). Demographic weighting targets are based on the March 2012
Current Population Survey figures for the aged 18 and older U.S. population. Phone status targets are based on
the July-December 2011 National Health Interview Survey. Population density targets are based on the 2010
census. All reported margins of sampling error include the computed design effects for weighting."


Thanks for that.
So who the fark answers an unknown number, stops what they are doing to talk to a total stranger about shiat they are knowledgeable about only through television or FW:FW:FW:? Is this really what polling is about? I failed statistics in college, durrrrrr.
 
2013-12-06 10:26:27 AM
"Repeal and Replace"...Ok, for the fifth year in a row we have asked this question, and have NEVER once gotten an answer....Replace....WITH FARKING WHAT????
 
2013-12-06 10:29:01 AM

A Cave Geek: "Repeal and Replace"...Ok, for the fifth year in a row we have asked this question, and have NEVER once gotten an answer....Replace....WITH FARKING WHAT????


Sickness and death for the poor. The free market will make healthcare ridiculously cheap this way.
 
2013-12-06 10:29:43 AM

A Cave Geek: Replace....WITH FARKING WHAT????


The old system where people died if they couldn't afford insurance.

It's what Republican Jesus would want.
 
2013-12-06 10:30:26 AM

Eddie Adams from Torrance: The reality is that a single small change to the ACA is all that's needed to fix it.

Strikeout the first 906 pages and write in MEDICAID FOR EVERYONE.


THIS
 
2013-12-06 10:31:47 AM

un4gvn666: A Cave Geek: Replace....WITH FARKING WHAT????

The old system where people died if they couldn't afford insurance.

It's what Republican Jesus would want.


I was watching them on other threads all morning calling Nelson Mandela a 'terrorist' and celebrating his death...all the while praising the lord...
 
2013-12-06 10:34:39 AM
This looks skewed. I can tell from some of the numbers and from seeing quite a few polls in my time.
 
2013-12-06 10:34:56 AM

A Cave Geek: "Repeal and Replace"...Ok, for the fifth year in a row we have asked this question, and have NEVER once gotten an answer....Replace....WITH FARKING WHAT????


''American Health Care Reform Act of 2013''

http://rsc.scalise.house.gov/uploadedfiles/bill_american_health_care _r eform_act.pdf
 
2013-12-06 10:39:18 AM

A Cave Geek: un4gvn666: A Cave Geek: Replace....WITH FARKING WHAT????

The old system where people died if they couldn't afford insurance.

It's what Republican Jesus would want.

I was watching them on other threads all morning calling Nelson Mandela a 'terrorist' and celebrating his death...all the while praising the lord...


I think if you consider Nelson Mandela a "terrorist" you should be "ethnically cleansed."
 
2013-12-06 10:43:21 AM

KellyX: Eddie Adams from Torrance: The reality is that a single small change to the ACA is all that's needed to fix it.

Strikeout the first 906 pages and write in MEDICAID FOR EVERYONE.

THIS


I'd actually be OK with expanding Medicaid to 500% of the poverty line, in participating states only

The massive outcry from middle class families still shelling out insurance premiums in red states would QUICKLY turn them purple.
 
2013-12-06 10:46:10 AM

Rhino_man: KellyX: Eddie Adams from Torrance: The reality is that a single small change to the ACA is all that's needed to fix it.

Strikeout the first 906 pages and write in MEDICAID FOR EVERYONE.

THIS

I'd actually be OK with expanding Medicaid to 500% of the poverty line, in participating states only

The massive outcry from middle class families still shelling out insurance premiums in red states would QUICKLY turn them purple.


Sadly that would affect me, since I live in Florida and dumbfarkasshole Rick Scott feels its in everyones best interest to farkTHEPOOR!
 
2013-12-06 10:48:16 AM

Rhino_man: KellyX: Eddie Adams from Torrance: The reality is that a single small change to the ACA is all that's needed to fix it.

Strikeout the first 906 pages and write in MEDICAID FOR EVERYONE.

THIS

I'd actually be OK with expanding Medicaid to 500% of the poverty line, in participating states only

The massive outcry from middle class families still shelling out insurance premiums in red states would QUICKLY turn them purple.


I used to say all we needed to do was simply lower the age of Medicare eligibility to birth.  But I like your idea even more.  Instead all we need to do is simply allow access to Medicare to every person in whatever state that wants in.  If your state votes and enrolls, everyone there gets Medicare.

Red states would grandstand while their middle class families moved out.
 
2013-12-06 10:48:41 AM

colon_pow: A Cave Geek: "Repeal and Replace"...Ok, for the fifth year in a row we have asked this question, and have NEVER once gotten an answer....Replace....WITH FARKING WHAT????

''American Health Care Reform Act of 2013''

http://rsc.scalise.house.gov/uploadedfiles/bill_american_health_care _r eform_act.pdf


You mean a bill that hasn't even received a hearing in a subcommittee of the House of Representatives in the three months since the bill was introduced? Yeah, that seems like it's going places!

Seriously though, that bill is a piece of garbage that I wouldn't even use to wipe my ass after an attack of explosive diarrhea.

The universal tax deduction they propose is incredibly regressive and will provide huge discounts to rich people while barely making a dent in the cost of insurance for poor people. It will also cost approximately a metric shiat-ton of money, and the bill simply applies this cost to the deficit. This is the height of fiscal irresponsibility.

The voluntary high-risk pool for sick people is destined to fail. $25 billion over ten years is nowhere near enough funding for that. We would certainly see tons of sick people flood that pool and drain that money in a couple of years because their costs will inevitably be more than actuaries predict. Voluntary coverage of sick people's health expenses is actuarially unsound, period.

The biggest flaw though is allowing health insurance companies to sell across state lines with no federal standards for plans that do so. This is a recipe for disaster. It would be worse than the credit card industry in the wake of Marquette v. First of Omaha. States would be forced into a race to the bottom of insurance regulation. Insurance would only be sold in states that let companies run roughshod over their beneficiaries.
 
2013-12-06 10:49:10 AM
I SUPPORT A REPEAL OF OBAMACARE BECAUSE DOCTORS AND HOSPITALS AREN'T GONNA TAKE THE EXCHANGES ANY MORE AND ALSO
 
2013-12-06 10:49:33 AM

KellyX: Rhino_man: KellyX: Eddie Adams from Torrance: The reality is that a single small change to the ACA is all that's needed to fix it.

Strikeout the first 906 pages and write in MEDICAID FOR EVERYONE.

THIS

I'd actually be OK with expanding Medicaid to 500% of the poverty line, in participating states only

The massive outcry from middle class families still shelling out insurance premiums in red states would QUICKLY turn them purple.

Sadly that would affect me, since I live in Florida and dumbfarkasshole Rick Scott feels its in everyones best interest to farkTHEPOOR!


I live in Florida too. Honestly, the number of my generation that sat out the last election and allowed Rick Scott to be elected hold the blame squarely in their hands, and they're now suffering the consequences of that indifference.

It takes a Republican in charge to teach people why they shouldn't allow Republicans in charge. At least next election we should know better.
 
2013-12-06 10:51:58 AM

lennavan: Rhino_man: KellyX: Eddie Adams from Torrance: The reality is that a single small change to the ACA is all that's needed to fix it.

Strikeout the first 906 pages and write in MEDICAID FOR EVERYONE.

THIS

I'd actually be OK with expanding Medicaid to 500% of the poverty line, in participating states only

The massive outcry from middle class families still shelling out insurance premiums in red states would QUICKLY turn them purple.

I used to say all we needed to do was simply lower the age of Medicare eligibility to birth.  But I like your idea even more.  Instead all we need to do is simply allow access to Medicare to every person in whatever state that wants in.  If your state votes and enrolls, everyone there gets Medicare.

Red states would grandstand while their middle class families moved out suffer or vote out their asshole governors.


Not that I disagree with the premise, but let's not have any delusions of middle class mobility. Income inequality is biatch.
 
2013-12-06 10:53:19 AM

Serious Black: colon_pow: A Cave Geek: "Repeal and Replace"...Ok, for the fifth year in a row we have asked this question, and have NEVER once gotten an answer....Replace....WITH FARKING WHAT????

''American Health Care Reform Act of 2013''

http://rsc.scalise.house.gov/uploadedfiles/bill_american_health_care _r eform_act.pdf

You mean a bill that hasn't even received a hearing in a subcommittee of the House of Representatives in the three months since the bill was introduced? Yeah, that seems like it's going places!

Seriously though, that bill is a piece of garbage that I wouldn't even use to wipe my ass after an attack of explosive diarrhea.

The universal tax deduction they propose is incredibly regressive and will provide huge discounts to rich people while barely making a dent in the cost of insurance for poor people. It will also cost approximately a metric shiat-ton of money, and the bill simply applies this cost to the deficit. This is the height of fiscal irresponsibility.

The voluntary high-risk pool for sick people is destined to fail. $25 billion over ten years is nowhere near enough funding for that. We would certainly see tons of sick people flood that pool and drain that money in a couple of years because their costs will inevitably be more than actuaries predict. Voluntary coverage of sick people's health expenses is actuarially unsound, period.

The biggest flaw though is allowing health insurance companies to sell across state lines with no federal standards for plans that do so. This is a recipe for disaster. It would be worse than the credit card industry in the wake of Marquette v. First of Omaha. States would be forced into a race to the bottom of insurance regulation. Insurance would only be sold in states that let companies run roughshod over their beneficiaries.


well, the poster can't say any longer, for the fifth year in a row we have asked this question, and have NEVER once gotten an answer

I'm just glad that i could provide an answer to the frustrated little fellow.
 
2013-12-06 10:54:09 AM

Jackson Herring: I SUPPORT A REPEAL OF OBAMACARE BECAUSE DOCTORS AND HOSPITALS AREN'T GONNA TAKE THE EXCHANGES ANY MORE AND ALSO


SUCH AS MAPS, LIKE THE IRAQ
 
2013-12-06 10:57:21 AM

Ring of Fire: Anyone who wants to repeal should not be taken seriously. They don't need to repeal to replace. Do it all in one bill put your new plan into action while getting rid of the ACA. Oh you don't have a plan, fark off then.


Whoa whoa whao... Slow down cowboy. There's lots of support for repeal and replace, as long as everybody says on message and is careful to never explain what repeal and replace actually means.

If they actually presented an actual plan, people might not like it.
 
2013-12-06 10:58:11 AM

Phil McKraken: Jackson Herring: I SUPPORT A REPEAL OF OBAMACARE BECAUSE DOCTORS AND HOSPITALS AREN'T GONNA TAKE THE EXCHANGES ANY MORE AND ALSO

SUCH AS MAPS, LIKE THE IRAQ


HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT OBAMA DEATH PANELS I AM VERY CONCERNED ABOUT OBAMA DEATH PANELS
 
2013-12-06 10:59:27 AM
CSB: This morning while waiting for the train, the person in front of me said "It (the ACA) is such a disaster. I'm worried that we're on the path to socialized medicine. At least I'm going to retire and be on Medicare soon."

Sigh...
 
vpb [TotalFark]
2013-12-06 11:04:43 AM

A Cave Geek: It's what Republican Jesus would want.

I was watching them on other threads all morning calling Nelson Mandela a 'terrorist' and celebrating his death...all the while praising the lord...


it's odd how the "moral", "family values" people seem to be so full of paranoia and spite.
 
2013-12-06 11:11:17 AM

colon_pow: Serious Black: colon_pow: A Cave Geek: "Repeal and Replace"...Ok, for the fifth year in a row we have asked this question, and have NEVER once gotten an answer....Replace....WITH FARKING WHAT????

''American Health Care Reform Act of 2013''

http://rsc.scalise.house.gov/uploadedfiles/bill_american_health_care _r eform_act.pdf

You mean a bill that hasn't even received a hearing in a subcommittee of the House of Representatives in the three months since the bill was introduced? Yeah, that seems like it's going places!

Seriously though, that bill is a piece of garbage that I wouldn't even use to wipe my ass after an attack of explosive diarrhea.

The universal tax deduction they propose is incredibly regressive and will provide huge discounts to rich people while barely making a dent in the cost of insurance for poor people. It will also cost approximately a metric shiat-ton of money, and the bill simply applies this cost to the deficit. This is the height of fiscal irresponsibility.

The voluntary high-risk pool for sick people is destined to fail. $25 billion over ten years is nowhere near enough funding for that. We would certainly see tons of sick people flood that pool and drain that money in a couple of years because their costs will inevitably be more than actuaries predict. Voluntary coverage of sick people's health expenses is actuarially unsound, period.

The biggest flaw though is allowing health insurance companies to sell across state lines with no federal standards for plans that do so. This is a recipe for disaster. It would be worse than the credit card industry in the wake of Marquette v. First of Omaha. States would be forced into a race to the bottom of insurance regulation. Insurance would only be sold in states that let companies run roughshod over their beneficiaries.

well, the poster can't say any longer, for the fifth year in a row we have asked this question, and have NEVER once gotten an answer

I'm just glad that i could provide an answer ...


Sure, it's one potential answer. It's also an answer that, as I said, hasn't even been heard by a single subcommittee. That's a far cry from a bill that was the subject of heated debate for months in numerous committees and on the floor of Congress.
 
2013-12-06 11:13:41 AM

Jackson Herring: I SUPPORT A REPEAL OF OBAMACARE BECAUSE DOCTORS AND HOSPITALS AREN'T GONNA TAKE THE EXCHANGES ANY MORE AND ALSO


"AND ALSO....*Lost carrier*
 
2013-12-06 11:15:17 AM

Jackson Herring: Phil McKraken: Jackson Herring: I SUPPORT A REPEAL OF OBAMACARE BECAUSE DOCTORS AND HOSPITALS AREN'T GONNA TAKE THE EXCHANGES ANY MORE AND ALSO

SUCH AS MAPS, LIKE THE IRAQ

HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT OBAMA DEATH PANELS I AM VERY CONCERNED ABOUT OBAMA DEATH PANELS


I HEARD NELSON SHARIA OBAMA DEATH PANELED A LOT OF HEALTHY WHITE PEOPLE IN KENYA
 
2013-12-06 11:17:24 AM

Phil McKraken: Jackson Herring: Phil McKraken: Jackson Herring: I SUPPORT A REPEAL OF OBAMACARE BECAUSE DOCTORS AND HOSPITALS AREN'T GONNA TAKE THE EXCHANGES ANY MORE AND ALSO

SUCH AS MAPS, LIKE THE IRAQ

HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT OBAMA DEATH PANELS I AM VERY CONCERNED ABOUT OBAMA DEATH PANELS

I HEARD NELSON SHARIA OBAMA DEATH PANELED A LOT OF HEALTHY WHITE PEOPLE IN KENYA


I HEARD ONAMBLACARE IS GOING TO FORCE ME TO PURCHASE GOVERNMENT HEALTH CARE AND ALSO FORCE ME TO TAKE BIRTH CONTROL PILLS RECTALLY
 
2013-12-06 11:21:53 AM

Jackson Herring: ONAMBLACARE


You just killed me, better hope that commie web site offers Internet murderer insurance.
 
2013-12-06 11:41:12 AM

Jackson Herring: Phil McKraken: Jackson Herring: Phil McKraken: Jackson Herring: I SUPPORT A REPEAL OF OBAMACARE BECAUSE DOCTORS AND HOSPITALS AREN'T GONNA TAKE THE EXCHANGES ANY MORE AND ALSO

SUCH AS MAPS, LIKE THE IRAQ

HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT OBAMA DEATH PANELS I AM VERY CONCERNED ABOUT OBAMA DEATH PANELS

I HEARD NELSON SHARIA OBAMA DEATH PANELED A LOT OF HEALTHY WHITE PEOPLE IN KENYA

I HEARD ONAMBLACARE IS GOING TO FORCE ME TO PURCHASE GOVERNMENT HEALTH CARE AND ALSO FORCE ME TO TAKE BIRTH CONTROL PILLS RECTALLY


The sad thing is some people believe that the ACA is government health care.  Which it is not with the exception of states being able to expand Medicaid.
 
2013-12-06 11:55:08 AM

Serious Black: colon_pow: Serious Black: colon_pow: A Cave Geek: "Repeal and Replace"...Ok, for the fifth year in a row we have asked this question, and have NEVER once gotten an answer....Replace....WITH FARKING WHAT????

''American Health Care Reform Act of 2013''

http://rsc.scalise.house.gov/uploadedfiles/bill_american_health_care _r eform_act.pdf

You mean a bill that hasn't even received a hearing in a subcommittee of the House of Representatives in the three months since the bill was introduced? Yeah, that seems like it's going places!

Seriously though, that bill is a piece of garbage that I wouldn't even use to wipe my ass after an attack of explosive diarrhea.

The universal tax deduction they propose is incredibly regressive and will provide huge discounts to rich people while barely making a dent in the cost of insurance for poor people. It will also cost approximately a metric shiat-ton of money, and the bill simply applies this cost to the deficit. This is the height of fiscal irresponsibility.

The voluntary high-risk pool for sick people is destined to fail. $25 billion over ten years is nowhere near enough funding for that. We would certainly see tons of sick people flood that pool and drain that money in a couple of years because their costs will inevitably be more than actuaries predict. Voluntary coverage of sick people's health expenses is actuarially unsound, period.

The biggest flaw though is allowing health insurance companies to sell across state lines with no federal standards for plans that do so. This is a recipe for disaster. It would be worse than the credit card industry in the wake of Marquette v. First of Omaha. States would be forced into a race to the bottom of insurance regulation. Insurance would only be sold in states that let companies run roughshod over their beneficiaries.

well, the poster can't say any longer, for the fifth year in a row we have asked this question, and have NEVER once gotten an answer

I'm just glad that i could provide ...


hey, where are you going with the goal post?  come back here!
 
2013-12-06 12:28:34 PM

Phil McKraken: Jackson Herring: Phil McKraken: Jackson Herring: I SUPPORT A REPEAL OF OBAMACARE BECAUSE DOCTORS AND HOSPITALS AREN'T GONNA TAKE THE EXCHANGES ANY MORE AND ALSO

SUCH AS MAPS, LIKE THE IRAQ

HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT OBAMA DEATH PANELS I AM VERY CONCERNED ABOUT OBAMA DEATH PANELS

I HEARD NELSON SHARIA OBAMA DEATH PANELED A LOT OF HEALTHY WHITE PEOPLE IN KENYA


FARTBONGOCARE RAPED MY DOG AND DISLOCATED MY VAGINA.
 
2013-12-06 12:39:05 PM
Did anyone mention that this survey was taken while the web-site was still broken?
 
2013-12-06 12:39:14 PM

47 is the new 42: The sad thing is some people believe that the ACA is government health care.


yes that is in fact the joke, thank you for expalaining it
 
2013-12-06 04:35:21 PM
un4gvn666:

Red states would grandstand while their middle class families moved out suffer or vote out their asshole governors.

i3.kym-cdn.com

That was kinda the whole point of my proposal.
 
2013-12-07 02:56:16 PM
Medicare expanded to everyone with the enrollment age of 18. No denial on conditions, no payout caps, no religious exclusions.

Pass that and the tards can repeal anything they want in the Affordable Care Act.
 
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