Bobbette has been mad as **** all year. He ran away with a sore ass after the rednecks beat the **** out of Cuntstein and her gun grabbers and he didn't get the ending he wanted to The Legend of Skittles Martin. He's healed a bit and now he's back to suck Barry's cock some more.
You sound so jaded, and resentful. I think you want a cosign on everyone hating everyone equally, because otherwise, you'd be facing a grim fact...you're a grumpy old man.
So, detractors, and specific things about the law, to highlight?
Is mandating that HMOs use 80-85% of every dollar on care a bad idea?
How about sick people being able to get insurance? They do kinda need it, after all.
Keeping children on their parents' plan til age 26...not good?
Forcing providers to clearly lay out benefits in an easily comparable format? Is that not a good thing for consumers?
Limiting unreasonable yearly caps?
I'm failing to see the evil. Can anyone fill me in?
It is a budget issue they are asking to defund a line on the budget that they think is important this same **** has happened with the other 17 shut downs of the government. Issues included defense spending, over spending, abortion, ect...
Same thing with this if the people that they actually represent have a problem with this than they will go away. If not who are you to judge.
No one wins in this shutdown situation, although some lose more than others.
Everyone loves the benefits side of nearly every program. We all want to have our cake, but do we all want to pay the price for it? Especially if its a program that benfits us directly. Its when the program helps other people and not yourself you see people pissing and moaning.
IE in this case people who get their insurance through work. They went out did what it took to get the job that provides benefits, they may have even turned down greater pay to get those benefits. Now we turn around and are asking them to foot the bill for people who made different choices, choices that didn't lead them to insurance. But no now those people get to have insurance at the expense of those who worked for it.
Hey I for one love the ACA I am going to be insured for a ridiculously low amount of money. It benefits me greatly.
We as citizens elect the people who do all this stuff. We sit on our asses and let it happen, are for the most part apparently too fucking lazy, busy, misinformed, to make decent decisions at the ballot box..IF, and big IF there are any decent choices to make.
The system can only work if we hold elected officials accountable. Is that hard to do ? Yeah, it is, given how the system has evolved for a multitude of reasons, but it's still something WE have to do something about.
Part of the problem is that "Obama Care" is a shining example of everyone hoping that the "guvment" will just take care of things and come up with a system of health care that works.