Now pay attention, dammit! This is the week that Mitch McConnell plans to cram the Republicans' repeal of the Affordable Care Act through the Senate. Sure, almost everyone hates it, and enough Republican senators have already said they'd vote against a motion to proceed
Not meant as one - at all. Mitch McConnell is swimming in Russian money and "kompromat". I've assumed that for months.
Break a leg.
Oh, I remember that all too well.IOKiffYAR!!! Enough is never enough and they want what they and that's all that matters to those worshippers of mammon.
EGG-SACTLY!!!!They want it all. Nothing less will do.
And there is one primary reason that erasing Obama's legacy is their number one goal.Hmmm, I wonder what that reason is. What could it be? What couuuuuld it be?
Did someone steal your snark detector?
ayup, from Gerber life insurance ads on Fox, where else would the presidunce get his info? Of course, it said 12 bucks a month, not pr year, so he even managed to get that wrong by a factor of 12.
A-weema-weh, a-weema-weh, a-weema-weh, a-weema-weh the Lion plays footsie to night.
Someone like Bill who don't read 2 good really shouldn't be calling other people stupid. Especially members of Starfleet, which has very high standards. :)
He was making a sarcastic hypothetical, not an actual policy proposal. It's supposed to highlight how the Trumpites would get screwed over by the very thing they claim to want. I think you're the only one who didn't pick that up.
Oh for crissakes read his comment again.
Quit telling me what kind of day to have. I'm having a shitty one. kthxbye
I have done the same, my sister lives in NV.
called and she is also getting a few friends to call as well,
'Allow cheap cover-nothing policies and the R's can declare victory' is what Old Sherman said and the result of that (The Cruz-Lee Amendment) would result in the splitting and destruction of the insurance industry that we currently rely on.
I believe in single payer too, raised by a doctor that started fighting for single payer since he graduated from med school. They even did an article on him in Time back in 1967, because he paid for several hundred people to get dialysis treatment out of his own pocket, because it was 'experimental' back then.
We are long past the need for a rational system that eliminates the profit motive and addresses the 300,000 deaths a year in the US due to malpractice and iatrogenic illness.
While what you state may be his train of thought, the problem he missed was just how destructive the suggestion would be in practice.
Have a great day!
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