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(Talking Points Memo)   Turns out that expanding Medicaid causes fewer people to go to the hospital. Well okay then   (talkingpointsmemo.com) divider line 5
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2014-05-13 10:03:50 AM  
Those drops in uninsured visits were typically paired with an increase in Medicaid-paid visits, up to 22 percent, in expanding states.

Not sure what else you'd expect from a Medicare expansion.
 
2014-05-13 10:10:51 AM  

Cyrus the Mediocre: Those drops in uninsured visits were typically paired with an increase in Medicaid-paid visits, up to 22 percent, in expanding states.

Not sure what else you'd expect from a Medicare expansion.


Duh, Nazi Germany.
 
2014-05-13 10:29:51 AM  

mrshowrules: Duh, Nazi Germany.


Well, whenever I see the line "well okay then" I hear Steve McQueen saying that in "The Great Escape." So funnily enough, the headline DID make me think about Nazis...
 
2014-05-13 10:43:13 AM  

nmrsnr: mrshowrules: Duh, Nazi Germany.

Well, whenever I see the line "well okay then" I hear Steve McQueen saying that in "The Great Escape." So funnily enough, the headline DID make me think about Nazis...


I had exactly the same reaction.  Now I have to watch that movie again, for the brazillionth time.
 
2014-05-13 10:58:48 AM  

unyon: I had exactly the same reaction. Now I have to watch that movie again, for the brazillionth time.


Until I've made a replica POW camp and can reenact the entire film with decent imitations of their voices I don't think I'll have grown tired of rewatching that film.
 
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