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Godfather1
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I'm fearful that we have reached the point where more people are in the wagon than there are pulling


I came to that conclusion at around 8:30 pm on the evening of Nov. 6th, 2012.






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Hoyas
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Member since Sep 2013
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matthew25


The states you are talking about have over 20 million people in each state. A 20,000 in California or New York is wonderful if you suck at math. Most these people are Medicaid and will be receiving subsidies, not contributing anything. ObamaCare will need a bailout if it's going to survive.






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Diamondawg
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I came to that conclusion at around 8:30 pm on the evening of Nov. 6th, 2012.

I think it was March, 2010 for me.






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NC_Tigah
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California had enrolled 107,087 people by the end of November. Based on the above estimates, which include Friday, Monday, and a previous week of 15,000 signups per day, it would be conservative to estimate that California signed up 130,000 people in just the past week alone."
I believe you're conflating the terms "enrolled" and "signed up".






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Gladius Veritas
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I really like the idea of everyone being insured

But in places like MA where it's been implemented (obviously not the ACA, but a similar law) you had to wait hours and hours just to see a doctor for anything. Just not a good system



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Hoyas
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I believe you're conflating the terms "enrolled" and "signed up".


I love the way the administration tries to confuse the 2 terms." I signed up then saw how bad the prices sucked then decided not to enroll".

Its hilarious to watch Jay Carney standing all cocky at the podium when talking about the number of visitors the website has received.



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Diamondawg
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Its hilarious to watch Jay Carney standing all cocky at the podium
Got to be the most brain washed human being in the country. How the hell does he even sleep at night?






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EZE Tiger Fan
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Its hilarious to watch Jay Carney standing all cocky at the podium when talking about the number of visitors the website has received.


It is human nature to become arrogant in the face of idiocy when you know you have protection from the group you are spouting your lies to.

I cannot blame Carney, or Obama, for that matter, for be narcissistic a-holes.






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idlewatcher
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The funny thing is that they can't even get their reporting story down pat





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gthog61
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What's really sad is when you see message board tards pop up to voluntarily cheer lead for it.

Taking advantage of them is as deplorable as that program the govt set up to induce "slow" people to commit gun crimes.






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Bard
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And wait until the employer mandate kicks in. 


This-this-this-mothafrickin-THIS!

I've been saying for a while that the website and individual mandate issues are just the tip of this shit-covered iceberg. The REAL scandal is going to be the employer mandate. It involves sooooooooooo many more folks and hardly anyone is looking at it yet becausethe website and individual mandate have been such attention-grabbing disasters.

It's like standing on a beach and looking inland at the Hindenburg falling in flames while the Titanic is sinking just offshore behind our backs.



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