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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    NO IT DOES NOT SAVE MONEY.. IT COSTS ME MONEY TO PLAY FOR SOMEONE ELSE THAT CAN AFFORD TO PAY THEIR OWN WAY.

    once again you get the #clueless.

    IT DOES NOTE SAVE MONEY IF SOMEONE ELSE PAYS YOUR WAY. IT COSTS THE SAME.


    If you want children get maternity coverage, if you don't want children buy your own birth control... (Or do what I did pay for a vasectomy or pay to have your tubes tied if you are female)
    Do you current have group insurance by your employer? If so, probably everything your whining about is covered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RNG View Post
    We gotta fix this parking scam.
    I know = $200 to park. Man even LA parking prices are lower than that!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HayJenn View Post
    Do you current have group insurance by your employer? If so, probably everything your whining about is covered.
    Yes I do... I pay 123/month for my wife and I.

    But once again, If I gave an accounting of my heathcare cost I would have included it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    That is why I have decided that Cancer Coverage is essential..

    One MORE TIME for the LIBERALS that cannot read.. WHY DO I HAVE TO HAVE MANDATED MATERNITY AND BIRTH CONTROL COVERAGE

    1. I am 62 years old
    2. I had a vasectomy 3 decades ago
    3. My wife is 60 years old has no uterus
    4. I don't screw around on my wife.
    I am thin
    I don't smoke
    I don't have a prostate. So why should I have to pay for those who eat too much, smoke or have testicular cancer.
    Wow a vasectomy and a hysterectomy in one family...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isalexi View Post
    I am thin
    I don't smoke
    I don't have a prostate. So why should I have to pay for those who eat too much, smoke or have testicular cancer.
    Wow a vasectomy and a hysterectomy in one family...
    You don't have a prostate, you are paying for coverage for Breast and Cervical cancer... Yes, I had my Vassectomy in 88, my wife had her hysterectomy in 95 so yes.. if the latter had occurred first the former would not have been necessary.

    You don't pay for risk of smoking, (IF YOU Are contact your Health plan, they give you a non-smoking discount).

    You don't pay for those that eat too much, you get health insurance you are screen for weight, Smoking, family history,... Thin people have different health risks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by HayJenn View Post
    I think that largely depends what part of the country you live in as well. Cost of living is a big deal.

    Even in my area - 1,200 sq. foot homes are now going for 500K.
    If that is the case, a HSA would really help and reduce costs.

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