Clay Bennett by Clay Bennett

Clay Bennett

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  1. indieme

    indieme GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    Quick, let’s get him to Ronald Reagan Memorial Hospital. Does he have insurance? Never mind.

  2. Krazy Ig Katz

    Krazy Ig Katz said, over 4 years ago

    They forgot their spiked shoes.

  3. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    That’s the ambulance that drove the economy to the morgue.

  4. motivemagus

    motivemagus said, over 4 years ago

    They’re going for his wallet.

  5. Breeana

    Breeana said, over 4 years ago

    There are those big scary inflammatory words again – socialist, progressive, liberal… and now fascist. Right Wing scare tactics.

  6. Rymlianin

    Rymlianin said, over 4 years ago

    If Obama is a fascist , then I guess Eisenhower was Der Fuehrer?

  7. ARodney

    ARodney said, over 4 years ago

    As Bill Maher said, if Obama is a socialist bent on destroying capitalism, he’s really bad at it. The Dow Jones and corporate profits went up more in his administration than any other to date.

  8. pirate227

    pirate227 said, over 4 years ago

    So, they ran him over and now they are putting him on a stretcher?
    Straight to the morgue I"m guessing.

  9. LumFan

    LumFan said, over 4 years ago

    The Republicon ambulance drivers will carry him as long as he has money in his wallet. After that, the patient is on his own!

  10. Wabbit

    Wabbit GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    If you ask a socialist if president Obama is a socialist they answer “No”.
    I could call all republicans fascists and all we would get done is name-calling
    Do you think the big rich guys want us to keep arguing and so that nothing gets done..

  11. walruscarver2000

    walruscarver2000 said, over 4 years ago

    You guys really fascinate me. Your grasp of the political spectrum allows you to place fascism and communism in the same can. A bit like those bad sci-fi movies where they cross two dissimilar species too create the monster, and filled with aboout as much truth.

  12. Larhof52

    Larhof52 said, over 4 years ago

    We will all feel run over if Obamacare kicks in.

  13. walruscarver2000

    walruscarver2000 said, over 4 years ago

    That’s why i spend so much time laughiing at your logic.

  14. Breeana

    Breeana said, over 4 years ago


    From my local paper:
    Local commentary
    If Affordable Care Act is overturned, here’s what patients lose
    By Paul LaCasse
    By late June, the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule on multiple legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act. The end result could be all or parts of the law being struck down.
    My purpose here is not to enter the political fray on the act. Compelling arguments are made by reasonable people on both sides of the issue. Instead, as a physician and the CEO of a major metro Detroit hospital, it is important for patients and the community to understand how they will be affected if the law is overturned.
    Michigan hospitals are the largest health care providers and employers in the state, and we are committed to serving Michigan communities. The Affordable Care Act will have profound effects on the thousands of patients we serve daily.
    This list is not all inclusive and is not intended to be political. Rather, it factually presents the most important provisions of the act related to patient care that would end if the law is overturned.
    ! Young adults up to age 26 and people with pre-existing conditions who have been able to gain health insurance because of the Affordable Care Act would lose the coverage. In addition, many people would again face lifetime caps on what their insurer will pay for claims.
    ! Primary care physicians would not receive an increase in what they are being paid to treat Michigan’s Medicaid patients. Right now, about one in five Michigan residents (1.9 million people altogether) depend on Medicaid for their health care, but Medicaid reimburses physicians only about 61% of their costs. Under the Affordable Care Act, primary care physicians would receive more appropriate reimbursement levels. If the act is overturned, the state’s already severe shortage of primary care physicians would likely increase, thereby limiting access to care for all patients.
    ! The number of Michigan residents with no health insurance (about 1.3 million) would increase or remain largely unchanged. Under the Affordable Care Act, many of Michigan’s uninsured residents will qualify for Medicaid because of changes to eligibility standards, expanding coverage to hundreds of thousands.
    People without health insurance tend not to seek care until they are very ill, and that’s when the cost of care is higher. Often, they tend to seek care in hospital emergency rooms, even for minor illnesses, rather than primary care physician offices.
    Many uninsured patients do not pay their bills, which drives health care costs higher for people who have insurance and taxpayers. The state Senate Fiscal Agency estimates that the expansion of Medicaid required by the act would actually save Michigan taxpayers money because the federal government is covering nearly all of the costs of the expansion through 2020.
    ! If you have health insurance, you could lose free-of-charge services and medications designed to keep you healthier and to prevent illness. Under the Affordable Care Act, certain preventive care and some medications to keep patients healthy or healthier are offered free of charge. Without this required benefit of the act, many patients would skip regular tests or not fill needed prescriptions because they cannot afford the co-pay.
    People covered by Medicare are already enjoying preventive services without out-of-pocket expenses. Turning back the Affordable Care Act could repeal this assistance, which is already in place for senior citizens.

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