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  • Will it remain as is due to republican infighting and no support from the democrats?

    1 11.11%
  • Will it get repealed or collapse and we will go back to status quo?

    2 22.22%
  • Will the republicans keep some of it and gut some of it throwing millions off of it?

    1 11.11%
  • Will it get completely repealed with a comletely new plan by the republicans?

    0 0%
  • Or will the health care system become FABAR until the next changing of the guard?

    5 55.56%
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    Veteran Member EnigmaO01's Avatar
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    What will happen to the PPACA?

    Will it remain as is due to republican infighting and no support from the democrats, will it get repealed and we will go back to status quo, will the republicans keep some of it and gut some of it throwing millions off of it, will it get completely repealed with a new plan by the republicans, or will the health care system become FABAR until the dems sweep the midterms and or we get a democrat like Sanders in the Whitehouse in 2020?

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    What? Do I have to freakin' call it Obamacare for some of you people to know what PPACA stands for?

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    Tough to know.

    Personally I'm with Rand Paul, this looks like Obamacare lite. But, there are 3 phases and this is just phase 1. The next 2 are done separately (deregulation, and other bills). Dunno, a little confusing if you ask me.

    Paul Ryan did his class project on it.


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    Yeah looked like something out of junior high school. They must really think they have to dumb this down for us. OTOH a lot of people did vote for Trump so...

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    I'd like the House Freedom Caucus to vote this down.

    Now that would be interesting.

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    Both sides have handled this disastrously.

    It will probably take at least four years to figure out exactly what is wrong with the whole thing after the republicans mess with it.

    We know it's screwed now but who knows what the new problems will be once the republicans "fix" it.

    I imagine someone will simply say "single payer" and that will be their hot button issue. It's simple and easy for people to understand and will win them votes.

    That's a hint to you democrats in 2020.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnigmaO01 View Post
    What? Do I have to freakin' call it Obamacare for some of you people to know what PPACA stands for?
    Yes! Most have no idea what obama care is or what it does.

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    Let it collapse or repeal it.

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    I think the current law will, more or less, remain intact at least until January of 2019. Personally, what little it does to improve the healthcare situation in this country, it still seeks to make a market-based system work, which is a fool's errand. The Democrats should seek to replace the PPACA with, at the least, a nationalized health insurance system, and at most, a fully nationalized healthcare industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueDozer View Post
    I think the current law will, more or less, remain intact at least until January of 2019. Personally, what little it does to improve the healthcare situation in this country, it still seeks to make a market-based system work, which is a fool's errand. The Democrats should seek to replace the PPACA with, at the least, a nationalized health insurance system, and at most, a fully nationalized healthcare industry.

    Sort of like the DMV, or the Post Office. Or VA care for all. Yeah, government works wonders.

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