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#8568 - **ilfarmboy rolled user jackthunderjt ** 07/01/2014 on roll admin's name 0
#19 - Lets not forget what Vladimir Lenin said- "Socialized med…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/07/2014 on Oh Jimmy! 0
User avatar #45 - Ruspanic (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm not sure if you're being satirical, but Obamacare isn't socialized medicine.
#9 - I suppose some very well could if they wanted to. Businesses d…  [+] (8 new replies) 04/06/2014 on Oh Jimmy! 0
User avatar #24 - lolollo (04/07/2014) [-]
The thing is that the government does that shit all the time. You pay taxes right?
User avatar #27 - thelastamerican (04/07/2014) [-]
Yes, we pay taxes. And those taxes are being used for things that I do not agree with. Therefore I will vote for candidates who will promise to not take over private businesses. The ACA has been nothing more than a money grab on the part of the government and that rubs me the wrong way. Make more than $50,000 a year and intend to pay for medical expenses out of pocket because you calculate that you will save money by doing so? Well, here's a fine for not buying out product.
User avatar #33 - lolollo (04/07/2014) [-]
I notice you have a really pessimistic view of the government. Either way, the whole point of the healthcare plan is that it makes sure everyone's co ered in some way. It's implemented horribly, but that's the key point, everyone has healthcare of some form. Do you at least agree with that?
User avatar #35 - thelastamerican (04/07/2014) [-]
No I do not. If everyone had health care in one way or another there would be no need for the penalty for not having health care.

Also, their coverage is terrible. Woo hoo! We have coverage! But wait there's more! You have to spend $500 before you actually get any coverage of any kind! And, if you decide that you would be better off without coverage in the first place because you make plenty of money we're going to punish you for not buying OUR insurance.

This is a net loss for the country. It's poorly planned, poorly implemented, and poorly run. I will not be voting for anyone who voted for this.
User avatar #36 - lolollo (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm starting to seriously doubt wherever you're getting any of this. I'm talking about a healthcare system like Canada, or the UK...or literally anywhere but the Unted states.
User avatar #37 - thelastamerican (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm sorry, I thought the conversation was about the ACA. I'll bow out now.
User avatar #41 - lolollo (04/07/2014) [-]
Well like I said, the ACA is jus way poorly executed, it's the main point behind it I'm trying to justify.
User avatar #43 - thelastamerican (04/07/2014) [-]
Besides the computer problems from when it first got started it was excited exactly how the people who planned it intended. It's an excellent little money net for the Government and I resent that it exists. Like I said. I will not be voting for anyone who voted for this when it was a bill.

As for the single payer system that is common in other parts of the world... I do not believe that the US can sustain a program with that kind of goal. Not while we're paying for the national defense of half the world.
#7 - Sorry let me clarify i didnt mean they dont count employer pro…  [+] (11 new replies) 04/06/2014 on Oh Jimmy! 0
User avatar #8 - lolollo (04/06/2014) [-]
So the issue is that your employer, who's been covering your healthcare this entire time, is suddenly going to tell you to go fuck yourself with respect to healthcare coverage? And that this is Obama's fault?
#17 - CIS White Male (04/06/2014) [-]
Way to just ignore half of what he said. You even added stuff he didn't say.
User avatar #9 - ilfarmboy (04/06/2014) [-]
I suppose some very well could if they wanted to. Businesses dont have to offer insurance benefits. But what i am trying to say is that if the cost changes beyond what an employer is able to afford, then the employees will have to put more money in. And i never said anything about obama, its the federal government as a whole. They should not be able to force people to buy a product they dont want if they dont want it . Thats the point
User avatar #24 - lolollo (04/07/2014) [-]
The thing is that the government does that shit all the time. You pay taxes right?
User avatar #27 - thelastamerican (04/07/2014) [-]
Yes, we pay taxes. And those taxes are being used for things that I do not agree with. Therefore I will vote for candidates who will promise to not take over private businesses. The ACA has been nothing more than a money grab on the part of the government and that rubs me the wrong way. Make more than $50,000 a year and intend to pay for medical expenses out of pocket because you calculate that you will save money by doing so? Well, here's a fine for not buying out product.
User avatar #33 - lolollo (04/07/2014) [-]
I notice you have a really pessimistic view of the government. Either way, the whole point of the healthcare plan is that it makes sure everyone's co ered in some way. It's implemented horribly, but that's the key point, everyone has healthcare of some form. Do you at least agree with that?
User avatar #35 - thelastamerican (04/07/2014) [-]
No I do not. If everyone had health care in one way or another there would be no need for the penalty for not having health care.

Also, their coverage is terrible. Woo hoo! We have coverage! But wait there's more! You have to spend $500 before you actually get any coverage of any kind! And, if you decide that you would be better off without coverage in the first place because you make plenty of money we're going to punish you for not buying OUR insurance.

This is a net loss for the country. It's poorly planned, poorly implemented, and poorly run. I will not be voting for anyone who voted for this.
User avatar #36 - lolollo (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm starting to seriously doubt wherever you're getting any of this. I'm talking about a healthcare system like Canada, or the UK...or literally anywhere but the Unted states.
User avatar #37 - thelastamerican (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm sorry, I thought the conversation was about the ACA. I'll bow out now.
User avatar #41 - lolollo (04/07/2014) [-]
Well like I said, the ACA is jus way poorly executed, it's the main point behind it I'm trying to justify.
User avatar #43 - thelastamerican (04/07/2014) [-]
Besides the computer problems from when it first got started it was excited exactly how the people who planned it intended. It's an excellent little money net for the Government and I resent that it exists. Like I said. I will not be voting for anyone who voted for this when it was a bill.

As for the single payer system that is common in other parts of the world... I do not believe that the US can sustain a program with that kind of goal. Not while we're paying for the national defense of half the world.
#4 - It baisicly boils down to this in a nut-shell....The governmen…  [+] (16 new replies) 04/06/2014 on Oh Jimmy! +1
#28 - CIS White Male (04/07/2014) [-]
Do you drive? You're required by law to have car insurance, and you're not allowed to drive if you don't have it, facing steep fines as well as being liable for all damages if you're caught or worse, are in an accident. Private car insurance companies work fine, and people are able to get insurance across a wide price range. In the world of health insurance, millions of people who require/will require care are denied due to a variety of factors including pre-existing conditions, but basically because the insurance companies know that the patients will require care, and soon. As such, it becomes hard for them to make money off of those people. Obamacare is intended to force people to buy insurance coverage of some kind, by providing a government-funded option, as well as fines for not having any. Sounds like car insurance to me, while at the same time mitigating problems with the current system. Course I don't care that much atm cause I get to stay on my parent's plan till I'm 26.
User avatar #48 - commontroll (04/07/2014) [-]
I drive, but if I wanted to stop buying car insurance and stop paying for registration and inspections, then I would stop driving. Simple as that. Seeing how I don't feel like becoming an hero, my only options are to buy the insurance, or let them fine me. Or I don't pay that fine and they take it out of my taxes even more so. Or if I don't do that I'm caught for tax evasion and put in prison.

All because I can't afford any health insurance on my own, thanks to the costs being increased.
#39 - CIS White Male (04/07/2014) [-]
The difference being is that nobody forces you to buy car insurance, it's a choice, if you want to drive on public roads you need car insurance, if you just want to have a car sitting in your driveway you don't have to buy shit.
User avatar #6 - lolollo (04/06/2014) [-]
Where did you get that the government won't count the healthcare provided by your place of employment?

Was it your boss?

Please tell me it was your boss.
User avatar #7 - ilfarmboy (04/06/2014) [-]
Sorry let me clarify i didnt mean they dont count employer provided insurance i meant that once the employer mandate that was delayed kicks in and your employer cant provide coverage at the same cost, it will be passed along to the employees.
User avatar #8 - lolollo (04/06/2014) [-]
So the issue is that your employer, who's been covering your healthcare this entire time, is suddenly going to tell you to go fuck yourself with respect to healthcare coverage? And that this is Obama's fault?
#17 - CIS White Male (04/06/2014) [-]
Way to just ignore half of what he said. You even added stuff he didn't say.
User avatar #9 - ilfarmboy (04/06/2014) [-]
I suppose some very well could if they wanted to. Businesses dont have to offer insurance benefits. But what i am trying to say is that if the cost changes beyond what an employer is able to afford, then the employees will have to put more money in. And i never said anything about obama, its the federal government as a whole. They should not be able to force people to buy a product they dont want if they dont want it . Thats the point
User avatar #24 - lolollo (04/07/2014) [-]
The thing is that the government does that shit all the time. You pay taxes right?
User avatar #27 - thelastamerican (04/07/2014) [-]
Yes, we pay taxes. And those taxes are being used for things that I do not agree with. Therefore I will vote for candidates who will promise to not take over private businesses. The ACA has been nothing more than a money grab on the part of the government and that rubs me the wrong way. Make more than $50,000 a year and intend to pay for medical expenses out of pocket because you calculate that you will save money by doing so? Well, here's a fine for not buying out product.
User avatar #33 - lolollo (04/07/2014) [-]
I notice you have a really pessimistic view of the government. Either way, the whole point of the healthcare plan is that it makes sure everyone's co ered in some way. It's implemented horribly, but that's the key point, everyone has healthcare of some form. Do you at least agree with that?
User avatar #35 - thelastamerican (04/07/2014) [-]
No I do not. If everyone had health care in one way or another there would be no need for the penalty for not having health care.

Also, their coverage is terrible. Woo hoo! We have coverage! But wait there's more! You have to spend $500 before you actually get any coverage of any kind! And, if you decide that you would be better off without coverage in the first place because you make plenty of money we're going to punish you for not buying OUR insurance.

This is a net loss for the country. It's poorly planned, poorly implemented, and poorly run. I will not be voting for anyone who voted for this.
User avatar #36 - lolollo (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm starting to seriously doubt wherever you're getting any of this. I'm talking about a healthcare system like Canada, or the UK...or literally anywhere but the Unted states.
User avatar #37 - thelastamerican (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm sorry, I thought the conversation was about the ACA. I'll bow out now.
User avatar #41 - lolollo (04/07/2014) [-]
Well like I said, the ACA is jus way poorly executed, it's the main point behind it I'm trying to justify.
User avatar #43 - thelastamerican (04/07/2014) [-]
Besides the computer problems from when it first got started it was excited exactly how the people who planned it intended. It's an excellent little money net for the Government and I resent that it exists. Like I said. I will not be voting for anyone who voted for this when it was a bill.

As for the single payer system that is common in other parts of the world... I do not believe that the US can sustain a program with that kind of goal. Not while we're paying for the national defense of half the world.
#3 - Comment deleted 04/06/2014 on Oh Jimmy! 0
#111 - First its NOT an assault rifle (fully auto) its a semi automat… 01/15/2014 on Firearms Comp 0
#63 - Dear OP, on behalf of the second amendment go **** …  [+] (4 new replies) 01/14/2014 on Dear lobbyist, go fuck... +10
User avatar #101 - penispenisthree (01/14/2014) [-]
The average person is smart enough to not let that happen, but then recall that half of them is dumber than that
User avatar #100 - merrymarvelite (01/14/2014) [-]
Yeah, I'm pretty sure what most people want is to get guns away from retards like this guy and criminals.
#76 - angelusprimus (01/14/2014) [-]
Yeah, I'd be more concerned about second amendment if same people who claim the holiness of second amendment weren't so happy other rights are being fucked.
Like fourth and sixth amendment rights.
Same people who think guns are so necessary also think that fourth amendment rights being raped to hell right now is ok, its for security. Fact that sixth amendment rights are suspended to anyone SUSPECTED not proven just suspected of working for terrorists is fine, its sandniggers and sandnigger lovers.
Same people so much in favor of gun rights keep saying that 14th amendment should be changed to prevent beaners coming here and having kids.
Same people are passing laws that fuck with fifteenth and 26th amendments. Proudly so in the great state of texas,
But yeah, second amendment as interpreted by NRA is holy. Other amendments are just suggestions.
#65 - thatotherchild (01/14/2014) [-]
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