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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    Obama's failures still screwing the American people anally without lube.
    That's just plain old nasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    They have not lost their provider, yet.
    Changed your story just a bit? Now what you posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    Obama's failures still screwing the American people anally without lube.

    This 900 billion dollar healthcare plan (that has a 1,200 billion dollar over budget) of Obama's has not cost millions of people EXCELLENT insurance coverage, replaced it with shit coverage that those that get subsidies get insurance but cannot use it because of the 7000 dollar deductible, or they have no insurance coverage for their region.
    Trump is President. He said he could fix it. Well?
    Thanks from MaryAnne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Libertine View Post
    Why?
    Big difference. Kasich accepted Medicare because he knew it was the right thing to do. His words,not mine. Now he is not going along with Republicans. He wants the ACA fixed. Wants bet he runs against Trump? If,Trump is still in office.

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    Someone correct me if I'm wrong. It is my assumption that, under PPACA, just because an insurance provider chooses not to participate in a particular state's exchange, doesn't mean that an individual in that state can't purchase a policy from them outside of the exchange, so long as they are licensed by the state to do business there. Is that right?

    Because, if so, that's simply going back to the status quo that existed before the exchanges were created. Isn't that exactly what the Republicans have been trying (and failing) to pass in Congress?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryAnne View Post
    Changed your story just a bit? Now what you posted.
    No, I didn't. I am sorry that you aren't able to comprehend what I have posted. No where did I say that, so now I have to ask were you LYING or just IGNORANT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightSwimmer View Post
    Someone correct me if I'm wrong. It is my assumption that, under PPACA, just because an insurance provider chooses not to participate in a particular state's exchange, doesn't mean that an individual in that state can't purchase a policy from them outside of the exchange, so long as they are licensed by the state to do business there. Is that right?

    Because, if so, that's simply going back to the status quo that existed before the exchanges were created. Isn't that exactly what the Republicans have been trying (and failing) to pass in Congress?
    That doesn't get us back to where we were. because with Obamacare still in place those policies are still much more expensive than they should be.

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    Oooh!

    You guys are mad, aren't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightSwimmer View Post
    Someone correct me if I'm wrong. It is my assumption that, under PPACA, just because an insurance provider chooses not to participate in a particular state's exchange, doesn't mean that an individual in that state can't purchase a policy from them outside of the exchange, so long as they are licensed by the state to do business there. Is that right?

    Because, if so, that's simply going back to the status quo that existed before the exchanges were created. Isn't that exactly what the Republicans have been trying (and failing) to pass in Congress?
    You are right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightSwimmer View Post
    Because all of the additional people who would have been covered by Medicaid wind up in the exchanges instead. Add to that the fact that many of them will simply opt to be uninsured, and the insurance providers have to cover the addition cost of indigent care. That's what caused our private sector market to fail to begin with. Too many uninsured people getting free medical care. Those of us who did maintain coverage had to carry their weight.
    Isn't a larger pool and more customers good for the for profit insurers who are selling on the exchanges.

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