For those of us who have been arguing for years that the best way to provide comprehensive health insurance to Americans would be to graft it onto Social Security and Medicare, and pay for it through the payroll tax, Republican opposition to the Affordable Care Act has been deeply ironic. Republicans were the ones who initially demanded it be based instead on private insurance, and be paid for with a combination of subsidies for low-income purchasers and a requirement that the younger and healthier sign up. A Republican President (Richard Nixon) came close to enacting such a plan. A Republican think tank provided the details. A Republican governor (Mitt Romney) did a trial run (in Massachusetts). Yet now that the essential Republican plan for comprehensive health insurance is being implemented nationally, Republicans are apoplectic. Had Democrats stuck to the original Democratic vision and built it on Social Security and Medicare, it would have been cheaper, simpler, and more widely accepted by the public. Maybe, someday, we'll get there. ~ Robert Reich
You and the majority of the country hate it.
The SOROS libtard robots that are online will only troll with insults and innuendo.
Speaking the turth is a light that draws them like insects.
I'm sick and tired of being insulted and I'm sick and tired of working my #$%$ off my entire life and some #$%$ hole like the clown that just insulted me with that mind set others owe him something.
F him. I don't owe that shit #$%$ hole nothing. I will give out of the kindness of my heart. If you think you're just going to continue to take from me you got a fight. A serious fight.
Now we got a problem in this country. No doubt about that. But people need to understand no one owes you or me anything! And if you take then you owe a damn thank you! And if you or me can't say thank you for help. Then what a bunch of lousy Americans we have all become.