Repealing Obamacare and Restoring a Free Market in Healthcare

Government programs and intervention were making a mess of the healthcare system, even before Obamacare was enacted. Repealing Obamacare is a good idea and w…
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  1. Lauri Hirn

    We have free healthcare where I live, and I tell you, people are jumping
    under cars and out of windows cos they know they’re gonna get healed up.
    Some guy just went outside and set himself on fire for the hell of it, he
    knows he’s gonna be taken care of.

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  2. AdministrativeDept

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    Discover why Obamacare is right for YOU! Be one of the first in US History
    to get the premium healthcare coverage entitlements you deserve. Choose
    from several convenient low monthly payment plans depending on income
    level, or see if you qualify for the new ‘zero-cost’ healthcare option open
    to all welfare recipients, regardless of citizenship status. Enrolling just
    takes a minute, Obamacare coverage begins Jan 1, 2014!

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  3. SuperGuitarman69

    This will bankrupt the nation. You know this though. That is the plan. The
    elite, who run the banking industry, are made up of those who want to usher
    in a global government, and a global currency. And total control over the
    people. It is in Revelations 13. This is a way to get everybody chipped.
    There is an exemption for religious beliefs, but wow, seems that Christians
    and the RFID chip (mark of the beast) that is tagged on this bill is NOT
    exempt. We are at the end. And this is Satanic.

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  4. AdministrativeDept

    As a general rule, we’re not at liberty to answer individual replies in any
    public forum, nor can we engage in further discourse herein, unless
    authorized implicitly thru interdivisional administrative command. Your
    compliance to our ‘zero-tolerance’ policy for treason against agencies of
    the US Federal Government, ensures your US citizenship status remains in
    good-standing. If you need to communicate with us in the future, please do
    not hesitate to contact us through YouTube private messaging.

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  5. SuperGuitarman69

    Wow, okay. Let’s analyze what you are saying. So, when the government has
    mass deaths, they are going to use the chip to know who the human remains
    are? Why can’t they simply do it the old fashioned way and investigate? And
    why, does the government think that there will be some mass-casualties in
    the first place? The RFID chip is for one thing, and for one thing only.
    And that is to control the population. People are onto you now. I am no
    alarmist? But come on, the gig is up.

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  6. AdministrativeDept

    Congress is only exempt from paying monthly premiums as Federal employees.
    What you’re likely referring to is an amended clause in the Obamacare
    docket concerning Congressional exemption from injectable device mandates
    (i.e; subdermal electronic IC/RFID tracking) for care compliance and
    monitoring of flu shots, tetanus/rabies vaccinations and *other implantable
    devices, intended to aid in the identification of decedent remains, in the
    event large-scale urban terrorism results in mass-casualties.

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  7. Lessons for US

    Lesson 5 of 6 (Fr.) Repealing Obamacare and Restoring a Free Market in
    Healthcare

    Watch this short video that discusses the following topics:
    · Obamacare is transforming the US into another welfare state like
    Europe. What is needed is a free market in healthcare.
    · Most of healthcare payments are made by third-parties, not the
    consumer. When payments are made by somebody else, you are not as careful
    about what things cost.
    o Government pays for 49% of healthcare costs in the US.
    · Even private financed healthcare is paid by a third party.
    o Only 12% of healthcare costs are paid directly by the consumer. 88% is
    paid by third parties.
    · In 2006 the Dutch implemented a universal insurance mandate much
    like Obamacare. Here’s what’s wrong with it:
    o No consumer choice
    o More third-party payers
    o Costs are going up, not down.
    · Only competitive free markets can generate efficiencies and bring
    healthcare costs down.
    · To accomplish this, we must reduce third-party payers.
    o Routine medical costs should be paid directly by the patient.
    o Insurance should be used to protect against catastrophic illnesses.

    To read more go to
    http://lessonsforus.com/2012/10/repealing-obamacare-and-restoring-a-free-market-in-healthcare/
    What are your thoughts? What is the best way to reduce healthcare costs?

    Repealing Obamacare and Restoring a Free Market in Healthcare

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  8. Dave Johnson

    Lesson 5 of 6 (Fr.) Repealing Obamacare and Restoring a Free Market in
    Healthcare

    Watch this short video that discusses the following topics:
    · Obamacare is transforming the US into another welfare state like
    Europe. What is needed is a free market in healthcare.
    · Most of healthcare payments are made by third-parties, not the
    consumer. When payments are made by somebody else, you are not as careful
    about what things cost.
    o Government pays for 49% of healthcare costs in the US.
    · Even private financed healthcare is paid by a third party.
    o Only 12% of healthcare costs are paid directly by the consumer. 88% is
    paid by third parties.
    · In 2006 the Dutch implemented a universal insurance mandate much
    like Obamacare. Here’s what’s wrong with it:
    o No consumer choice
    o More third-party payers
    o Costs are going up, not down.
    · Only competitive free markets can generate efficiencies and bring
    healthcare costs down.
    · To accomplish this, we must reduce third-party payers.
    o Routine medical costs should be paid directly by the patient.
    o Insurance should be used to protect against catastrophic illnesses.

    To read more go to
    http://lessonsforus.com/2012/10/repealing-obamacare-and-restoring-a-free-market-in-healthcare/
    What are your thoughts? What is the best way to reduce healthcare costs?

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  9. MsHyde1

    Wow, I think I have caused a serious meltdown. You are not down to all
    capslock screaming, random profanity, insults and in full Glenn Beck-mode.
    Please take some pills. You Americans are best at this since you consume
    80% of the world’s meds and I am sure there is something that will help you
    with your various problem. *pats*

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  10. MsHyde1

    Coleman report: “Study Shows U.S., Japan, and France Have Highest Cancer
    Survival Rates The highest survival rates were found in the U.S. for breast
    and prostate cancer, in Japan for colon and rectal cancers in men, and in
    France for colon and rectal cancers in women.” Yeah, France is so outdated
    when it comes to cancer. XD

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  11. SuperGuitarman69

    PART 2 DIED in France. But he came back to the states, went to Vanderbuilt,
    they found what was wrong in a matter of an hour and a half, and he was
    saved. He just got a clean bill of health 2 weeks ago. Had he of been in a
    socialist country? He would be DEAD. Universal Canadian style, French style
    healthcare NO FUCKING WAY!!! There care is dated, out of touch, and left up
    to politicians to who lives and dies. The hospitals look as if they came
    out of 1970’s decor and technology PART 2

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  12. neoconsnightmare3

    you know, that’s why loans typically have interests rates, and are based
    off ‘risk’ or as little of it as possible. $500 million lost. that’s a
    shame. those same alleged right wing fools HATE to mention the cpa
    (coalition provisional authority headed by mr. bremer, pal of bush/cheney
    families) that ran iraq literally LOST (as in ‘misplaced and can’t find)
    $50 BILLION (with a ‘b’) in cash on pallets in iraq. $50 BILLION lost cash
    vs $500 million lost in a loan pushed by bush?

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  13. SuperGuitarman69

    Lol, yeah I am lying, yeah that is what it is. Look MsHyde (by the way that
    is a telling screen name), we lead the entire world in life saving
    procedures. We lead the world in life saving medicine. Other countries buy
    our technology that is 10 years old, for their “fully covered” peoples. I
    am a guitar player, I am 43 years old. My entire family is covered under my
    plan, we have private care, and thanks to Obama, I do not know if I can
    afford it now. We HATE Obama here, do you get it?

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  14. MsHyde1

    BWAHAHAHA, your socialist military, police and firefighters on which you
    spend the most were there before the democrats were in power, were there
    when republicans where in power for 4-8 years! You are hilarious.

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  15. SuperGuitarman69

    I pay $89 dollars a month for my, my daughters, and my wifes care. We are
    fully covered, and our primary doctor is at Vanderbuilt hospital. Try
    looking up Vanderbuilt. Look at our hospital, look at the pictures, and
    compare it to ANY German facility. And Vanderbuilt style hospitals are all
    over the United States, sorry I know you are sold a bill of goods. You must
    remember you are an individual country, that now is becoming a state based
    continent due to the EU, now you don’t have to only PART1

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  16. Joel Barry

    Remember your post of a yr ago? You said that in Holland the health care
    isn’t so good. Well, I’ll tell ya this. They rank 16th in the world in life
    expectancy. The USA at 36. They must be doing something right in Holland.
    Now, I’ll tell ya something they don’t have in Holland taht we have in
    abundance here:. Massive #’s of bankruptcys resulting from un-paid medical
    bills. You lamented that your mom has to wait for a blood test. Hey, 50 mil
    Americans without ins don’t get blood tests at all.

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  17. SuperGuitarman69

    pay for.. Cosmetic surgery, and Lasik.. In both cases the surgeries over
    the past decades have went DOWN in costs.. Why? Because government nor
    insurance is involved in the system.. Lasik was 10k an eye.. No one could
    afford that, so they went to insurance and government to get them to pay
    for it.. They both refused (amazing with the leftist idiots in Washington)
    and what happened? The costs went DOWN due to competition.. To only 500 an
    eye.. Amazing isn’t it..You are the typical braindead Part2

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  18. SuperGuitarman69

    There has NEVER been a patient turned down. EVER. You do not have a clue do
    you? Even to Americans that want your crappy healthcare system will tell
    you that no one is turned down. They argue that we pay higher premiums
    because we DO NOT TURN PEOPLE DOWN. Therefore a universal plan would pay
    for everyone, so private insurance people do not have to pay higher
    premiums for the people who get care with zero insurance. Your knowledge is
    a joke. You are a joke.

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  19. neoconsnightmare3

    you can’t convince those knuckled headed, working class to poor
    ‘conservatives’ they’re wrong. they can’t face the reality they were proven
    wrong and led astray by richer more educated conservatives. they’re a
    pathetic lot, and up until recently had wins in congress. hopefully, people
    with brains will outvote that vermin and universal health care will be the
    law forever.

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  20. SuperGuitarman69

    PART 2 whoever I want to see, whatever specialist I need, with NO
    government politician deciding if, when, who, where I go. Yeah, I consider
    that incredibly far surpassing your healthcare. I get care WHEN I WANT, not
    when some politicians decide I can have it. And I have educated you. Have
    you ever been to America? No? What I thought. Guess what, I have been to
    Germany 4 times. France more times than I can count. You are talking about
    something you don’t know a thing about PART 1

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  21. thefredsays

    Look fact is our health insurance is fascist and not free market at all.
    Lowering taxes do not create healthcare. Vouchers do not control healthcare
    cost. We don’t have consumer choice here when doctors are selected by plans
    and healthcare companies raise premiums.

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  22. MsHyde1

    I lived in the USA for some time. We have to cover millions of illegal
    aliens as well. And no, they are not included in the 80 millions that are
    not or unadequately covered. “Doctors are required under the hippocratic
    oath to cover everyone regardless of status.” Oh? I guess that’s why
    numerous hospitals turn patiens down? I guess that is why tens of thousands
    die because they can’t afford treatment and rather die than face hundreds
    of thousands of debts?

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  23. Boris82much

    PLEASE HELP ON A LOCAL LEVEL WITH THE REPUBLICAN PARTY AND/OR THE TEA PARTY
    TO MAKE OBAMA A ONE TERM PRESIDENT.

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  24. SuperGuitarman69

    Who pays if we have Universal heathcare? As of right now you idiot, I pay
    130 a month for my own private care… I have excellent coverage.. Now, who
    pays if we have Universal Healthcare? We all will through the nose. See,
    how it works is (because unlike you I have a degree in economics) when you
    take out the competition factor and enter in government, prices go up.. I
    will prove my point then I want you to not vote for awhile.. Look at 2
    surgeries that insurance nor the government will Part 1

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