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Old 12-13-2010, 09:35 AM
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Federal judge rules part of Obamacare unconstitutional

Va. federal judge strikes down health care law - Politics - More politics - msnbc.com
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Old 12-13-2010, 11:38 AM
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This is a step in the right direction!
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Old 12-13-2010, 11:47 AM
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Good deal!! I am self employed oilfield. I pay all my medical care out of pocket up to 10,000 then the insurance kicks in and picks up the tab. Glad to see they are doing something about one of many mistakes they are "trying" to work bugs out of.
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The ol' "you have to pay for this insurance" part of that always bugged me.

On one hand you have the premise that the more people paying, the less expensive it can be. AND if you have insurance you're more likely to go to the doctor and overall be healthier or, at least, go to the doctor to get it looked at.

OTOH, it something else you HAVE to pay for. Most states already have mandatory car insurance laws, you have to have your car registered, you have to have a driver's license (These are not bad things BTW, just pointing out they HAVE to be paid for) and, let's not forget about taxes (okay those are bad, but what ya gonna do?) Then there is all the "living life" expenses, car, food, clothing (both buying and cleaning), housing, etc.

Many in our society have pull real hard to get the end to meet. This is just something else on the pile. At the very least, the judge's ruling will make Congress to take a deeper look at it.
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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA is all i have to say! i have said before if it weren't for my son i would drop my health care. well it's paid for in full at least the premium is, but when i'm laid off i have to buy cobra which is over $1100 bucks a month. if i trusted my ex wife enough to keep her job i would see if she could get insurance through her employer for her, and my son, because it would still be cheaper than cobra. if i could trust her i would have her do that, and not take the cobra during layoffs, and just keep my life insurance for my son to collect if something happens to me.


i can't believe this whole penalty. this whole fine. supposedly if everyone gets health care it will help to cover all those with pre existing conditions. what a bunch of crap. since when has anything the government got their hands in caused the prices to drop? NEVER! and those who can't get insurance through their employer who have to buy it themselves who have pre existing conditions they may buy it. the insurance companies are still gonna charge them ridiculous rates. it's all counterproductive. i don't trust any politician, but the way mccain's plan was if that went through then that seemed better. there was a good sized tax credit for those who purchased health insurance, but like i said i don't trust any of them. do people really have to move out of the country in order not to be fined? haha.
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Old 12-14-2010, 03:37 PM
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This judge's ruling was great!

I also watched the Va. A.G. debate Chris "thrill up my leg" Matthews on MSNBC and loved how he made Mathews look like the MORON he is

I'm sure this will end up in the Supreme court,but not sure how that will go,especially with the newest LIB-Kagan

But if it get's rules unconstitutional,that will break the back of Obamacare-all we need is a 5/4 vote

The buying of insurance and/or paying the fine was the bank roller of this bill,let's hope it crashes and burns in court

Then we don't have to worry about those death panels for the healthy-let alone the sick and needy
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Old 12-14-2010, 03:39 PM
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the Us attorney generals office stated today they plan to Appeal the decision and not allow it to go straight to the United States Supreme Court. Fn jackass
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That's Eric Holder for ya-what a scumbag

It's ok-every dog has his day! It will happen-his glory is falling fast
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