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originally posted by: Metallicus
a reply to: Byrd
Okay, what is wrong with golf?
Did I miss something?!
It's the Republican's handiwork that's receiving the poor reviews in 2010 and now.
Of these major cities, the places with the largest increases in the unsubsidized second-lowest silver plan were Phoenix, AZ (up 145% from $207 to $507 per month for a 40-year-old non-smoker), Birmingham, AL (up 71% from $288 to $492) and Oklahoma City, OK (up 67% from $295 to $493). Meanwhile, unsubsidized premiums for the second-lowest silver premiums will decrease in Indianapolis, IN (down -4% from $298 to $286 for a 40-year-old non-smoker), Cleveland, OH (down -2% from $234 to $229), and Providence, RI (down -1% from $263 to $261) and increase just 1% in Little Rock, AR (from $310 to $314).
Are you saying that the repubs that didn't vote this bill into law are the ones that are to blame?
“And I can say all of my employees are having a tremendous problem with Obamacare. You folks, this is another group. Is that a correct statement?” he said, gesturing to the crowd. “You look at what they’re going through with their health care is horrible because of Obamacare."
And apparently, the Trump Organization offers quality health insurance! Good for the Trump Organization! This is how one leading expert in workplace benefits described it to Salon earlier this year:
The Trump Hotel’s insurance is pretty good, according to Paul Fronstin, director of the Health Research and Education Program at the Employee Benefit Research Institute. He reviewed a copy of the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas health benefits guide that the union provided to Salon.
“The premiums are below average,” says Fronstin. “Some might consider this a Cadillac plan.”
Moments later, Trump appeared to contradict himself, stating that his employees don’t have to deal with Obamacare exchanges because his corporation provides them with health care coverage.
originally posted by: network dude
Exactly, And instead of trying to find a way to help that small percentage of people with pre-exiting conditions, they screwed the entire middle class to help those few people. Think about this for a moment. An extra $200 per person, per month, every month, until next year, then rates go up another 25% minimum, and you may get a choice of 1 company. 1.
You can try to spin the rest of it anyway you like, but facts will be facts long after Obama leaves office.
originally posted by: Byrd
They can't both be true.