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  • larrymountainmankiwihero larrymountainmankiwihero Oct 23, 2013 10:50 PM Flag

    Texas doesn't need no stinkin Obamacare-Who cares if people don't have health insurance.

    They could save a lot just by insuring nine people in the state. ROTFF

    "The uninsured use the emergency room for the majority of their medical treatment. In one county in Texas nine people accounted for 2,678 visits over a six year period, costing an estimated $3 Million dollars."

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    • larrymountainmankiwihero larrymountainmankiwihero Oct 23, 2013 10:55 PM Flag

      Can you imagine what these Texas goober's lives are like. With nine people having 2,678 visits over 6 years, that means each one of those people averaged almost one visit to the emergency room every week for six years. Do they keep shooting themselves in the foot with their guns or do they keep burning themselves with those crosses they set on fire? that is unreal. Only in Texas.

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      • Yup. Texas has triple the suicide rate of New England. Houston leads the nation in percentage of population under psychiatric care. I asked a Texan about that, and he said it was because they were "gittin' beamed" by those UFO's camped out on the dark side of the moon. The ones that them liberterds in NASA keep deny even exist. I guess that's why they keep mumbling "Don't mess with Texas" even though nobody's messing with them.

      • You are almost as comical as pep - Google that and you will see that happened in Austin, TX...

        Austin is known as an enclave of liberal politics in a generally conservative state—so much so, that the city is sometimes sarcastically called the "People's Republic of Austin" by residents of other parts of Texas, and conservatives in the Texas Legislature.[79][80]
        As a result of the major party realignment that began in the 1970s, central Austin became a stronghold of the Democratic Party

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