ACVA had a few good provisions, but as a whole is worhless. A good idea gone bad. Repealing it is an option, but not very realistic becasue of the many enroled. But I would not ming repealing it!.
Obama won, The ACA has many good provisons. It is a great idea and promise, but not more than that. It's implementation and coverage provided can be dignified as a "community organizer" achievement!
I am in California; do you consider that part of the US? There were questions of how many times you see a doctor a year and how often you get prescription medication a year. Are those health related questions? You got a great policy for $700 a month? I am retired and covered by Medicare; my wife is younger, truly healthy, and currently unemployed. They wanted $500/month for a #$%$ poor policy; I can get better in the free market. I believed again in the “community organizer” way to handle the health insurance mess, he is incompetent to resolve anything. He never learned anything useful at Harvard? I like Obama as a man, but the way he deals with internal US problems I do not. Sorry Billy, it is not you Obama who disappointed me.
Billy. I needed to get some medical insurance for my wife. I am sad to tell you that the ACA is unaffordable and a mess. The poor website is only the start. The enrolment questions are gross and the market “competition” is fake – something that I dislike. There are questions related to the medical condition that decides the insurance rates. One can not be rejected for the pre-existing condition but you can charge the hell out of them. (what changed?) The coverage is poor and the premiums/coverage ratio is absurdly poor. If one has a small income the ACA is not really needed, states have programs to cover that. If you have income it is not affordable.
I will shop the private insurance companies and see what I can get now for my wife. I waited for ACA, but that was just a waste of my time.
I say that a large part of the ACA will be repealed, as the republicans want. (but for other reason than mine) I also join the ones who want most of the ACA revised or repealed.
We had lots of the problems in the medical system, but the current ACA implementation is a mess and only serve a very few.
"House Republicans signaled support Wednesday for a budget deal worked out a day earlier, a plan narrowly drawn but promoted as a way to stabilize Congress' erratic fiscal efforts, avert another government shutdown and mute some of the partisan rancor that has damaged Americans' attitudes about their lawmakers."
Now YOU are alone, nobody endorses your political, so called “conservative", view.
Oh well, now ***YOU*** decide who is a Republican or not? Who gave that authority or you are reading the Constitution for Dummies again?
Vote your opinion, who cares! But please be reasonable, and respect other people's opinions as well. Not even the base GOP buys the "conservative" extremism anymore.
They don't even agree with Paul D. Ryan now? It is the time we call them budget "extremists" and ignore their stand. They can vote their ways, and that is all.
springy **IS** a racist, and that is an irrational and shameful mental condition. He hurts himself and others around him.
You seem to propose some redistribution of wealh, to help the ones left out of the new economy. That is alrrady resolved by the capitalistic propaganda machine, no assistance is helpful to the frocking needy.
Tell a greedy banker that redistribution is wrong, why sould he care - he takes the most he can. (that is called business) Yes, let's maintain the status quo, the rich will remain rich forever, and fock and blame the needy!