Obamacare. Seriously, this is happening and it sucks!. How do we force people to buy health insurance? Make them pay a fine if they don' t. Call it a tax to mak obamacare health insurance tax
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #6 - AmusableBman
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That's exactly how it work's in canada, and it's actually very good
#8 to #6 - Lazaruz [OP]
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I thought the Canadian health insurance system was funded by public taxes and provided by the Gov't. Though not ideal, I would rather have a system like that.
User avatar #12 to #8 - DoggyBouncer
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That is called a socialist health care. We're going to be socialists.
User avatar #9 to #8 - AmusableBman
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actually, you're right. i got confused about that. Yes, it is funded by taxes, and the govt uses those taxes to fund the healthcare system.
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#2 to #1 - Lazaruz [OP]
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Always open to debate, source?
User avatar #13 to #2 - DoggyBouncer
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I get to choose my doctor. If we switch to Obama-care, I won't be able to choose my doctor for my son or myself. I have one of the best doctors in California and I take my son to the best pediatrician in the county. I only pay $25 for each visit. I have a right to choose my doctor but now I won't be able to, I'll just get some random asshole I'll probably have to sue for malpractice.
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#7 to #5 - Lazaruz [OP]
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In your case it seems to have worked out for the best, but look at it this way. I live paycheck to paycheck, I work 2 jobs and can barely afford rent and food. I'm young and healthy, I rarely go to the doc. When I do, I pay my bills with the money I have managed to save or help from family. If this bill passes, my financial situation will get even worse.

Maybe for some people having to pay %1 or %2 of their income is fine. However here in America where you need to have 2 jobs just to get by, that's a huge hit and will push people further into poverty.
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#11 to #10 - Lazaruz [OP]
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If I had to pay 100 dollars a month right now, I would be on the street, living in a box. Which would most likely lead to me losing both my jobs. Once I hit rock bottom and no longer have income, then I get free health care. But God forbid I ever get above the line again, BOOM, happens all over again. That is not even an exaggeration. There are a LOT of people in the same situation, or worse. I wish to continue this discussion, but I have to go to work. I will check back on this later.


Also, don't worry about your English, it sure as hell is better then my German!
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