a. it is causing premiums to skyrocket for most people
b. it is causing millions of workers to lose their employer coverage due to the increasing costs of premiums
c. it's causing thousands of businesses to layoff workers reduce hours, or freeze hiring to avoid having to pay for penalties or health coverage
d. it is based on an unconstitutional use of the interstate commerce clause due to the fact that purchasing insurance across state lines is already illegal.
e. it is unconstitutional as a tax due to having been introduced in the wrong house of Congress to be legally passed as a tax.
f. we were lied to about being able to keep our own doctor and insurance
g. it forces religious groups to pay for coverage for their employees that covers provisions that go against their religious beliefs
h. it is causing thousands of doctors to retire early
i. even the unions are up in arms about it
I don't get any sort of government payout
I do not believe this, I would actually bet money that you do.
No doubt! If you take a standard deduction for yourself on your income taxes or any type of tax break, you are essentially getting a government payout.
Respond to each part with facts that disprove these points Rex. C'mon, you claim to be smart. Lets have it. Surely you can do it.
quote:Because that is a partisan issue. They love welfare as long as it doesn't make them look bad to other republicans: see Israel, free phones, etc.
You Republicans don't like Medicare or Medicaid or SocSec, either...
probably a death panel deciding that your life saving operation you need isn't cost justified
Because that is a partisan issue. They love welfare as long as it doesn't make them look bad to other republicans: see Israel, free phones, etc.
so the government who cant even pass a budget is gonna make this decision about my life life is stranger then fiction sometimes