Sen. Coats thinks 2014 elections should serve as Obamacare referendum

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 Posted 10/23/2013 3:27:20 PM
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Sen. Coats thinks 2014 elections should serve as Obamacare referendum
Sen. Coats thinks 2014 elections should serve as Obamacare referendum
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 Posted 10/24/2013 2:51:49 AM
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Its incredible that Sen. Coats would like Congress to flog this issue of health care reform, given that his colleagues in the House have tried around 40 times to defeat the ACA.  Please grow up, guys, and govern.

And, don't act foolish again by shutting down the government.  Our economy took a big hit, and people began to realize that, yes, our government does provide a lot of good things for our collective well -being.

I don't think Coats realizes the growing bite that health care has been taking out of the family budget, for which ACA is a big part of fixing. For example, Blue Cross of IN would not even look at insuring a person with a pre-existing condition, like, say diabetes!!!!  They just cherry  picked, and plundered, while Coats, et al, just looked on in helpless wonder.  
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Now that is a funny post......

PPACA is going to make HC more affordable......OK, I will try not to laugh.

I actually talked to someone yesterday that was surprised that the IRS is involved.....REALLY?   And that the personal information of all family members will be reported on your federal tax form.....REALLY?  And that taxes will be taken from their paycheck.....REALLY?

Some people really thought that "Free" HC is "Free" OK I guess it is to the 47% who do not pay taxes.

The PPACA is "Generational Theft" 

Good Luck next generation.
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 Posted 10/24/2013 6:33:40 AM
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 Now they want to delay the opening of Obamacare by 6 weeks. That to will be extended. Just enough to get around the '14 elections. Thing is many upon many have went to sign up,and decided against it because it's too expensive.I think republicrats want to show the people that they are trying to save the people from having to pay far more for health care,and to avoid paying a tax...And what was it that obama said? "I will not raise taxes on those earning less than 250k per year" Well the ACA(OBAMAcare)raised taxes on everybody didn't he? So much for another promise gone the way of the dinosaur.

  The republicrats however need to offer a plan of their own. It's easy to complain about it,but there must be an alternative offered that addresses the needs of the people.
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 Posted 10/25/2013 1:06:16 AM
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The republicrats however need to offer a plan of their own. It's easy to complain about it,but there must be an alternative offered that addresses the needs of the people.

maybe the most intelligent and insightful comment made about OUR future Health Care and the future of our Country on this forum.
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Coats says one thing, then votes the other.  He should have stood with Cruz.
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 Posted 10/25/2013 3:53:55 AM
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Coats says one thing, then votes the other.  He should have stood with Cruz.


RINO. He's as a bad as McCain and Graham.
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Coats is playing both sides. He speaks about overturning ObamaCare at all costs, yet he fails to follow through.

Leet, I disagree with your assessment that we need to have a plan before we dismantle this insane health care law. The first and foremost thing is to stop the bleeding and harm that this bill causes.

The last thing that we need is another overreaching monstrosity trying to solve all the ills of the healthcare system with one single government act. With an issue this complex, we will certainly find ourselves in this same position again.

Congress needs to address individual issues and truly find a reasonable fix. Perhaps the first fix would be to find a way to provide healthcare to the uninsured who cannot purchase healthcare in the free market because of pre-existing medical conditions.

We don't need to destroy the system of care that most enjoy to provide care for those who need it.
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 Posted 10/25/2013 1:31:09 PM
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Leet, I disagree with your assessment that we need to have a plan before we dismantle this insane health care law. The first and foremost thing is to stop the bleeding and harm that this bill causes.


Ms. Walorski and the rest of the Tea Drinkers better realize that just saying NO is no longer good enough.  Here is their chance to actually DO SOMETHING POSITIVE for ALL.  If it can be done better, LET'S HEAR IT. Steve, if you don't know it already there is 'bleeding and harm' all around you.  Double digit increases since the Ronald Reagan era, all thanks to Big Pharma, Insurance Cartels and the Medical infrastructure itself.  Hospitals are getting bigger and more upscale than Banks, get it? Doing NOTHING means you are OK with the status quo.  I don't think America is OK with that and will show all the DO NOTHINGS next election.  Again, Ms. Walorski, here is your best chance to show us you really care more about us than your big money backers.
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