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Originally posted by neo96
reply to post by Amaterasu
Considering that many of Us can't even get a FIRST job, this is ridiculous. Sure, if a job happens along, and if They are physically capable, and They have no obligations that preclude it, that might be a solution. What do They do when no job comes along?
the facts are many american think they are too good for some jobs never in 25 years could i never find a job never
and when one job wasnt enought i picked up a second job for the extra cash 15 hours days.
You are rather ignorant of how things really are out in the real world, it would seem. Medicaid is for people who cannot find enough - or any - work in this crazy economy.
since you beleive that which is incorrect it is now federal law to have health insurance and since that law passed they they should be paying medicaid themselves not someone else.
What? "Here, here's some money. There, We took most of it away for medicaid." Doesn't matter if You can't LIVE on what's left.
whats this we crap the government did and the governemnt created the situtation not me.
Hahaha! With what MONEY?
yeah ask all those people who are now forced to buy insurance where they are suppose to get that money and agian i didnt pass that healthcare law.
i have upset alot of people in this thread dont really much care all i have done is posted some words on the stupidity of govenrment.
i am not obama or our elected officials who have screwed the people over.
the ignorance is this thread when people do not understand the root causes o the problems in this country
and that is our government.
State Sen. Tom Davis, R-Beaufort, pushed again Tuesday to trim the budget, arguing for a $200 million cut in the state’s Medicaid program. That money, Davis said, was equal to the deficit that the health care agency for the poor and disabled ran in its current budget year.
Some lawmakers are backing a measure that would make it more likely physicians will prescribe cheaper alternative drugs or generics. The Senate approved the measure Thursday.
“There are other drugs that doctors should consider prescribing,” said Republican state Sen. Kevin Bryant, an Anderson pharmacist. “We’ve got three (drug) manufacturers milking South Carolina, making lots of money off three drugs. It needs to end. We have to be responsible to the taxpayers who are funding Medicaid.” Read more: www.thestate.com...