2 people same age, same sex, one smokes and is 50 Lbs. overweight, both pay the same on O care ? They heavy smoker is gonna kill the goose for the healthy living person in costs. I am not very knowledgeable about O care, but I saw the NHS in England and it was pretty bad.
It is still money coming from taxpayers that are now paying for people that have one less reason to get a clue and now will abuse the system. Just like all govt. programs. Most of what is wrong with people is from poor diet, lack of exercise, and smoking and drinking and poor sex practices. We just encouraged all that more. If you burn down your house through carelessness why should an insurance co insure your next house ? Am I subsidizing smoking and drinking more now ? When I see the 16 year olds in the grocery store with a child using food stamps and buying the junk they buy I just wanna scream.
I am not a heartless tea party guy, I want to see people do well. Giving them all the things they need only makes things worse and they get that entitlement mentality.
so it was no follow through. you sound bitter. Good luck ..I mean since you don't seem to know anything really.
I can take care of myself, don't really want any help from the government. If they are helping me they want something in return...usually my freedom. People gave up their freedom in other countries for this type of state big brother stuff and things were not so wonderful.
This is a truly sad day for a once Ok co.
once good co. stuff happens though. Googy got get in.
Berkshire accumulated 5.66 million Intel shares in the days through Aug. 8, 2011, for an average price of $22.05, the NAIC data show. Buffett’s company bought an additional 5.84 million shares through Oct. 20 that year for an average price of $21.46. At those prices, the investment would have generated a 25 percent gain, or $63.2 million in profit.
Liquidating the full stake by May 8 helped Berkshire avoid a 15 percent slide in the semiconductor maker’s stock in the last four months. The company cut its third-quarter sales estimate on Sept. 7, forecasting $12.9 billion to $13.5 billion, down from a prior projection of $13.8 billion to $14.8 billion, citing declining demand.
PC makers are reducing orders for Intel’s chips at a time of the year when they normally buy more to build products for the holiday shopping season. Intel said demand for chips used in business machines and orders in emerging markets are lower than expected, compounding concern that the PC market may not grow this year as consumers flock to