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post #406 of 739
Die jacta est. Its too late. Sure its a mess. But to those people who had to pay money for healthcare and are now on medicrap... Its a boon. The people who it is trying to convert already have their Obama Phones.... Or the 30 year olds living in their parent's basement with a hope and change poster.

I wished that a repeal was possible. But unfortunately this one is here to stay.
post #407 of 739
The only chance we really have is sexy robot bodies. Then health care becomes irrelevant. 30 years fellas.
post #408 of 739
Dear Sir:

I am interested in the sexi robot bodies you speak of, as they may be the key to my immorality. ( I would like to live forever.). Will be merely the brains of such mechanical monsters or will the robots be our avatars?

I note that my robot maid Rosie is not up to the task and the irobot drones are not assisting and choose not to continue to vacuum the floor.

I simply hope there is a better fate.
Edited by zarathustra - 12/4/13 at 4:06am
post #409 of 739
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Originally Posted by zarathustra View Post

Dear Sir:

I am interested in the sexi robot bodies you speak of, as they may be the key to my immorality. ( I would like to live forever.). Will be merely the brains of such mechanical monsters or will the robots be our avatars?

I note that my robot maid Rosie is not up to the task and the irobot drones are not assisting and choose t continue to vaccume the floor.

I simply hope there is a better feight.

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post #410 of 739
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Originally Posted by zarathustra View Post

Dear Sir:

I am interested in the sexi robot bodies you speak of, as they may be the key to my immorality. ( I would like to live forever.). Will be merely the brains of such mechanical monsters or will the robots be our avatars?

I note that my robot maid Rosie is not up to the task and the irobot drones are not assisting and choose not to continue to vacuum the floor.

I simply hope there is a better fate.

Freudian slip?
post #411 of 739
Looks like the outright bribary of insurance companies to keep them on board is escalating...
post #412 of 739
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Would hit on right.
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Obamacare, it's for sluts!

Would hit chick.
post #413 of 739
I am shocked!

Poll: Millennials turn on Obama, don't like Obamacare, either
President Obama's approval rating among Americans age 18 to 29 – so-called Millennials – is at an all-time low, with nearly half saying they'd recall him. They're down on Washington, in general.


http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Politics/2013/1204/Poll-Millennials-turn-on-Obama-don-t-like-Obamacare-either

I was in the workplace in the 1970s and saw what happened when unqualified Affirmative Action hires were put in place.

Now. I've seen it again in 2008 and 2012.

Nearly half of Millennials say they would recall him! Brutal!!!!
post #414 of 739
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Freudian slip?

At one time.... now a long running joke among friends.
post #415 of 739
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

I am shocked!

Poll: Millennials turn on Obama, don't like Obamacare, either
President Obama's approval rating among Americans age 18 to 29 – so-called Millennials – is at an all-time low, with nearly half saying they'd recall him. They're down on Washington, in general.


http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Politics/2013/1204/Poll-Millennials-turn-on-Obama-don-t-like-Obamacare-either

I was in the workplace in the 1970s and saw what happened when unqualified Affirmative Action hires were put in place.

Now. I've seen it again in 2008 and 2012.

Nearly half of Millennials say they would recall him! Brutal!!!!

That's because the brain dead twits are getting a lesson in how the government works. They listened to the lies and bullshit and fell for it. Now that their wallets are getting dinged they're finding out how it really works. I hope the bitterness and disdain for the government stays with them for the rest of their lives.
post #416 of 739
Just got a letter from Humana, my insurance provider. They say I can either switch to one of their ACA compliant plans (no info on what that costs) or stick with what I got, which will terminate at the end of 2014. Or I can cancel my policy and go through the exchange. Still haven't found out what kind of cost I am looking at through the exchanges because I haven't sat down and gone through the application process.

So much for the perks of being a "job creator".
post #417 of 739
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Originally Posted by Ace_Face View Post

Just got a letter from Humana, my insurance provider. They say I can either switch to one of their ACA compliant plans (no info on what that costs) or stick with what I got, which will terminate at the end of 2014. Or I can cancel my policy and go through the exchange. Still haven't found out what kind of cost I am looking at through the exchanges because I haven't sat down and gone through the application process.

So much for the perks of being a "job creator".

I wouldn't enter any data into that nice insecure website. Better read the fine print about privacy as well. In simple English what you enter becomes publicly accessible information. My response to that is simple, fuck you and fuck you.
post #418 of 739
Lol, poor people. Doctors take cash. Just pay it under the table and it doesn't have to go through insurance.
post #419 of 739
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The federal taxes and fees will cost the company $11-$15 per month for each of the 85 employees and family members enrolled in the company’s health care plan. A family of four, for example, would pay up to $720 a year.

“It amounts to a week’s worth of work for lower-wage employees, and this has nothing to do with a change in benefits,”
said Don Kirkland, president of ArborOakland Group. “It’s only the taxes and fees imposed by the government on the insurers that are being passed through.”

“It’s not something that’s being talked about, at least very loudly, and it’s something we’re concerned about for our team members here,” Kirkland said. “Very little communication is going to those who ... have insurance through their employer. Therefore this tax is quietly being imposed on the working people.”

A $63 per enrollee fee will finance payments to insurers that cover high-risk individuals on the health care exchange. The price is expected to quickly add up for some employers. Delta Air Lines, Detroit Metro Airport’s largest carrier, estimates the fee will cost $10 million nationwide.

http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20131209/POLITICS03/312090024#ixzz2mzia7Mtx

This is stellar. An entire week's worth of wages to be paid in new taxes by teh poorz.
post #420 of 739
70% of doctors in California refuse to provide services under Obamacare.

http://washingtonexaminer.com/article/2540272#.UqLPd42Zl8I.twitter
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