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""All this is full of irony," said consultant Jon Kingsdale, who founded the Massachusetts exchange for Romney. "If you had asked many of those (Republican) governors four years ago before this got politicized, it would have been a no-brainer: `We want the states to do it.'" >>> All the "State's Rights" states are going to have their health care administered by the Feds due to their own inaction. "Irony" at its delicious finest.
Another government program that's ripe for 'working-the-system'. This thing is going to be rife with loopholes that many (completely legal) schemes will be built around. They'll be adding 100 pages a year to this law just to try and keep up with the unintended consequences. It will eventually grow into a two-headed monster.
They'll be adding 100 pages a year to this law just to try and keep up with the unintended consequences. It will eventually grow into a two-headed monster. *********** It became a two-headed monster when it was conceived.
firefight41 ========= "It became a two-headed monster when it was conceived." A "monster" that will insure millions of uninsured Americans and save us billions on our deficit. No thanks to the GOP who's happy to see people get sick and run up our medical costs in the emergency room. Or let people just keel over from lack of medical care, so long as Republicans can keep an extra buck or two in their pockets!
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