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  • FriendlyGoat

    Your friends, the Radical Right, have no intention of paying family members to take care of other family members, and the main reason for that is that there would seem to be no place in that loop for corporations to skim off the top of such government spending.

    • Andrew Allison

      As insurance companies are doing with ACA, an Obamination for which not a single Republican voted?

      • FriendlyGoat

        Insurance companies have been profiting off of health care since before Obama was born (in Hawaii, in case you’re not sure), much less became president.

        • Andrew Allison

          Of course, but they’ve been profiting even more handsomely as a result of ACA. Perhaps you should take advantage of yours to seek a cure for your reflexive knee-jerk.

          • FriendlyGoat

            Most Democrats would have been more satisfied with a single-payer model. We should remember that most of Obamacare is a remnant of the Republican ideas put forth as an alternative to Hillary’s efforts in the early ’90s. That was back in the day when they even proposed “something” beyond “nothing”.

  • hombre111

    My sister is a rep for the teacher’s union. Non-union members come to her and ask her to push for this or that. They want the favors, but refuse to help the people doing the heavy lifting. Free-loaders. After the union is gone, everything will head for the least common denominator.

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