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Old 06-28-2012, 11:32 AM   #43980
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Originally Posted by hollywood9826 View Post
Eff the IRS and Eff cabinet level agencies



Eff the majority of Americans, how does it benefit me? Poor people get free insurance. Insurance comapnies get more poepel paying them for insurance. Poeple like me will see no change.
That's sort of the plan right? Not to make waves. With people in a panic about the Gov taking away their healthcare, the law was designed so the if you have coverage, you basically would not see any changes while providing coverage for the uninsured who may not get coverage under medicare or medicaid.

Personally speaking, sections of the law that eliminate restrictions on pre-existing conditions, extending insurance to my daughter past the age of 18 (if needed), requiring that 80% of premiums go towards healthcare instead "admin costs", and increased competition for my healthcare dollars outside of what's offered by my employer could prove beneficial.

Not perfect but some important improvements.
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