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What do you think about the implementation of ‘Obamacare’?

  1. I’m looking forward to it.
  2. I can’t afford it, even with the promised subsidies.
  3. I have insurance through work, or private insurance, and I’m not expecting changes.
  4. I have insurance through work, or private insurance, and I’m afraid costs are going to increase.
  5. I have Medicaid or Medicare.
  6. I’m not sure how it’s going to affect me.
  7. I want Congress to kill it.
  8. Other.
 
 
 
 
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lightswitch

Sep-19-13 11:40 PM

I am not so sure even the congress knows what it means. The 2,500 should have been put out to the PEOPLE in terms they could understand. There has been enough time for both Partys to do this but they have not. Thus even the reporting by the media has been less than desired for accurate reporting. A lot of foot dragging by both sides. However the Republicans once again came up with no whizz bang ideas other than to want to pass nothing but gas!

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lightswitch

Sep-20-13 9:36 AM

2500 pages is what I was referring to.

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Lolita

Sep-20-13 1:06 PM

Hey, at least they want to do something, not like the two no twins Sully and Leetz on our Council. They never have any ideas other than no,no,no,nada,niende,etc.

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Angelsonly

Sep-21-13 2:35 PM

What a stupid comment Lolita, Sullivan and Leetz have brought plenty of good actions forward and gee almost all passed. Your one sided view is simply wrong info and no one should count on your info. Try making honest statements about who you support and do not play the attack game, very unbecoming.

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Lolita

Sep-22-13 1:29 PM

Angelica...your eloquence is noted. Your information is jaded. Just my opinion.

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DOAshrimp

Sep-23-13 10:06 AM

The great liar ObumO promised a 2500 dollar reduction in health care cost..For all!! - HAHAHAHA - SUCKERS !! You bought it !! Private insured ? Vote for ObumO? GOOD !! You get a (so far) a 26.4% increase in ur bill in Florida. In some states as high as 60% and rising. Insured at ur job?? WHOOPS!! Wonder when will ur hours be cut? When will u be dropped like UPS families?? The criminal ObumO has reduced the country to a 29 hour economy under the threat of this disaster. The future tax burden on whats left of WORKING Americans will be staggering. Wait till King ObumO gets his new illegal invaders voters on the health roles..Millions of them! Whos paying that bill with less than 50% of the country paying taxes? Hows ur hope and change now, half-wits?? Impeach ObumO National Criminal Disgrace.

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DOAshrimp

Sep-23-13 2:20 PM

Switch..If u remember the photo of your national disgrace, the DemoSocialist criminal pelosi, standing there holding it saying "We have to pass it then we'll read it" with a big grin. "Put out to the people" ?? What ?? We never got a say. What are u talking about?? Justice roberts sold his soul to the ObumOdevil, and that was it. Period. What party is ramming it through AGAINST the will of the majority of SANE Americans? The same Majority still knows its a disaster on all levels..Democrats even say its a disaster for the USA..yet still King ObumO and his criminal cronies reid, pelosi, and other DemoSocialist trash will continue to push it on the country against the will of the majority of Americans. The MEDIA??? What Media?? R U Kidding?? Accurate?? OMG Switch? There has been -O- "media since the King attained the throne. There are tons of good plans out there for consideration and debate. ObumO "care" is not one. Your incredibly shallow grasp of rea

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DOAshrimp

Sep-23-13 2:24 PM

reality is amazing, yet soo scary. Millions in love with a Hollywood image..Blindly following the evil piper over the cliff, dragging the rest of us with them.

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Disgusted1

Sep-24-13 3:42 PM

Forty-four percent want Congress to "kill it"??? How many of that 44 percent are on Medicare? Six percent in Cape Coma "have Medicare"? Give me a break. Let Cruz the Clown try to take Medicare away from them - they'd be out in the streets protesting, in their walkers, wheelchairs, crutches and canes. Want to get rid of the ACA? Let's get rid of Medicare too.

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DOAshrimp

Sep-24-13 5:03 PM

Sorry Disgusting1 now at 45% and growing...about 65% nation wide want it killed. Rightly so..Its a disaster for working Americans and heath care. Impeach ObumO National Disgrace

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lightswitch

Sep-26-13 10:18 AM

Lolita now now stick to question at hand. You are veering off the yellow brick road. You're making yourself look bad.

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lightswitch

Sep-26-13 10:28 AM

DOA before this healh care law was brought forward a family of 4 all under the age of 65 years old would have been paying several thousand dollars a year more for private coverage under normal health conditions. A family with any type of prior health issue, forget about it. Many companies did not even want to talk to them. You don't seem to have a problem with the way National Flood Insurance is set up living in a flood zone. Do you?

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lightswitch

Sep-26-13 10:40 AM

If you want to talk socialist check out your government (my government too). The various agencies you are calling primo example of capitalism? You just witnessed in Cape Coral the entire increase in taxes covered by the city for their staff with a 3% cost of living wage increase and the 5% BONUS on top of the 3% increase. This country has had a social/capitalist relation even before the Depression of 1929 to some extent. You leave the same groups in control too long and the pendulum swings to far one way or the other. That is in the government or the business world.

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lightswitch

Sep-26-13 10:47 AM

DOA working Americans? The ones underemployed or the part timers with no benefits like health insurance?

Tell us how do you secure your health insurance, privately, medicare, or a combination?

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