Have you looked this behemoth up on the internet? It has over 1,000 printed pages. If you want a copy, according to one site, you can pay .95 and get one. Most websites will give you “insights” into the bill. Of course, depending on their point of view, they will steer you toward what they want you to read.
If you are upset about the health care reform bill please get a copy of it and read through. This will answer your questions with fact rather than fear mongering and lies.
Many carriers in the Chicago Area, will exclude pre-existing conditions for twelve months or more. Aetna will not exclude those conditions if you have creditable coverage for at least 18 months. They either accept you or they do not. The first question I ask when someone tells me they have a medical condition is, “do you want to get them covered?”. Dealing with a broker can save you more time so you do not apply with a carrier to find out you have to wait 12 months, to use the coverage.
Now you see how Obama always ties each of his policies into the doom and gloom sales pitch. Every sales pitch starts with grandiosity, describing what dire times we find ourselves in. Never does he mention that his own policies is the reason for the times. Never.
So what finally made Obama toss the nicotine sticks? His daughters, of course! He wanted to be able to tell Malia and Sasha Obama that their papa was sans cigarettes.
The Government will never work too hard to send them back because they are “working at jobs, Americans won’t do”! That is our fault. We wanted the easy, good life. We didn’t want to get our hands dirty. We gave out money and food stamps like candy to anyone who didn’t want to work. The government isn’t going to do anything else either, because they are making money. The big factor. If you multiply the tax money the Government keeps by 12 million, that is a huge chunk they would have to give up, if they sent them all back. Duh! Red Truck!
We had September 11, 2001 which united a country for awhile but as i said before, too many had forgotten too fast. We remember every year but are we safe?