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Response to Proud Liberal Dem (Original post)

Thu Mar 13, 2014, 01:44 PM

18. Ludicrous position. The ship has sailed. There is no "fail".

 

If, after the first year the risk profile for insurance companies goes up because of the makeup of people in marketplace, their premiums will go up. Because no one will be required to pay more than 9% of income on premiums, the government portion will often go up.

The federal government will be monitoring insurance companies to ensure they ate providing adequate percentage of revenue toward care.

This thing needs tweaks, and Republicans would be insane not to eventually relent, but this baby is here to stay.

Welcome to industrialized society that provides healthcare to all.

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LineReply Ludicrous position. The ship has sailed. There is no "fail".
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