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thetruth66 asked: Obama does nothing for the middle class an we will be paying for others health care. This subject affects my generation more than you but if this goes through America will be in debt for my entire life. I don't see a plus to this bill please explain your side.
You wrote: “Obama does nothing for the middle class an we will be paying for others health care. This subject affects my generation more than you but if this goes through America will be in debt for my entire life. I don’t see a plus to this bill please explain your side.”
You are already paying for other people’s healthcare. Every unpaid hospital visit/ER room is paid by the public.
Your generation in debt? Every generation for the past 100 years has been in debt. The federal government runs a deficit. People’s entire lives have been in a country with debt and they lived just fine. You’ll be OK. The Obama Administration is running a budget surplus. The deficit is shrinking. Yet you don’t see that? Why is that?
You don’t see a plus to the Affordable Care Act? Now you are just being childish. Rebates to consumers, no pre-existing limits, no pay-out limits, children up to 26 on their parents’ coverage.
I would say you have a lot of misinformation and a really bad, cynical attitude toward society. Cheer up.
Cheer up, and back away from Fox News.
Discrimination By Insurance Companies For Children With Pre-Existing Conditions Was Banned.
“Coverage exclusions for children with pre-existing conditions were prohibited as of September 23, 2010. Insurers are no longer permitted to deny coverage to children due to their health status, or exclude coverage for pre-existing conditions. Protections for adults will take effect in 2014. In addition, lifetime limits on coverage in private insurance have been eliminated and annual limits are being phased out.” “Health Reform-The Affordable Care Act Three Years Post-Enactment,” Kaiser Family Foundation, March 2013.
Unfortunately, the comments of this franchisee, who represents less than 1 percent of our system and who owns restaurants in other concepts, has been portrayed as reflective of the entire Denny’s brand. I am confident his perspective is not shared by the company or hundreds of franchisees/small business owners who make up the majority of the Denny’s community. Specifically, his comments suggesting that guests might reduce the customary tip provided to their server as an offset to his proposed surcharge are inconsistent with our values and approach to business throughout our brand.Denny’s CEO John Miller • In a statement addressing the controversy surrounding Denny’s franchisee John Metz’s comments about The Affordable Care Act. A number of Denny’s locations around the country have faced boycotts and/or barrages of angry phone calls from people outraged by Metz’s suggestion of adding a “5 percent surcharge for Obamacare” to menus at locations he owns. source (via shortformblog)