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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    I have several for you.

    1) How do you make illegals pay for Health care insurance.

    2) How do you make those on Medicare, Medicaid pay for insurance. Remember, the law states you must buy insurance.

    3) How do you force doctors to accept more patients.

    4) How do you deal with those who refuse to purchase insurance or unable to pay for insurance?
    We shouldnt bother, she figured we wouldn't have any questions about it. But I would like to see its face when it goes back to the moonbats with questions they can't answer!

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    Why is it okay for feminists to demand that government keep its laws off of their bodies, but not okay for patients to demand it?
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    Sic Hacer Pace, Para Bellum.

    Before you can do things for people, you must be the kind of man who can get things done. But to get things done, you must love the doing, not the people!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
    Why is it okay for feminists to demand that government keep its laws off of their bodies, but not okay for patients to demand it?
    Why is it okay for feminists to demand that government keep its laws off of their bodies but demand government pays for any reproductive care ie abortions, birth control.
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    co's are already laying off employees and will charge more for services. just watch un employment go thru the roof
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    Quote Originally Posted by namvet View Post
    co's are already laying off employees and will charge more for services. just watch un employment go thru the roof
    They will become even more creative covering up real unemployment numbers, they are blaming current numbers on hurricane Sandra.
    How is obama working out for you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkgirl View Post
    Why is it okay for feminists to demand that government keep its laws off of their bodies but demand government pays for any reproductive care ie abortions, birth control.
    Because reproductive care, including pregnancy, is part of comprehensive care.

    http://www.insure.com/articles/healt...pregnancy.html

    Federal law bars employer-sponsored group health insurance plans that cover maternity from considering pregnancy a pre-existing condition. This means that if you change group health plans while you're pregnant, your new group health insurer (as long as it covers maternity) can't deny claims related to your pregnancy. But a variety of loopholes means pregnant women could still lack insurance coverage for their prenatal care if they don't do some careful planning.
    "(3) EXCLUSION NOT APPLICABLE TO PREGNANCY. A group health plan, and health insurance issuer offering group health insurance coverage, may not impose any pre-existing condition exclusion relating to pregnancy as a pre-existing condition."
    — The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
    Under a federal law known as HIPAA, group health plans cannot consider pregnancy a pre-existing condition and cannot exclude coverage for prenatal care or your baby's delivery, regardless of your employment or health insurance history, but only if the plan already includes maternity coverage. This holds true whether you are the primary insured or a dependent. So, health insurance plans can't deny you coverage when you go from one job to another and switch employer-sponsored group health plans. See HIPAA: Your rights to health insurance portability.
    Unfortunately, HIPAA applies mainly to group health plans. So if you move from one individual health plan to another individual health plan or from a group plan to an individual plan, you might not get pregnancy coverage at all, you might have to sit out a waiting period, or, if you are offered insurance that covers your pregnancy, you might find it's very expensive. However, this all changes under the Affordable Care Act.

    Beginning in 2014, new individual health insurance plans and employer-sponsored plans will not be able to refuse you coverage or charge you higher premiums for being pregnant or having other pre-existing conditions.
    But for now, you’ll need to consider these potential options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FormerDemocrat View Post
    About Obamacare mostly what is a hard question for them to answer?
    A Legit question.
    That's easy. Ask them where in the Constitution does it say that it is the function of government to require people to have health insurance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
    Because reproductive care, including pregnancy, is part of comprehensive care.

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    Ah, so what you're saying is that while feminists, gays, and other sex groups want the government out of their bedrooms, it's OK for the government to fund what goes on in said bedroom or what happens after what goes on in said bedroom. Gotcha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    That's easy. Ask them where in the Constitution does it say that it is the function of government to require people to have health insurance.
    The government provides both you and your charges with healthcare. But you begrudge it to the guy who makes your hamburgers, the guy who changes your tires, and apparently other unionized workers. Aren't you a mess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Ah, so what you're saying is that while feminists, gays, and other sex groups want the government out of their bedrooms, it's OK for the government to fund what goes on in said bedroom or what happens after what goes on in said bedroom. Gotcha.
    I understand your frustration, but I'm not going to invoke your personal life in the most applicable and damning way.
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