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Jim Morin

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  1. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, almost 3 years ago

    And all they can fire is blanks.

  2. ConserveGov

    ConserveGov said, almost 3 years ago

    That ambulance doesn’t need a tow truck, it needs a wrecker.
    Put it in the Liberal junkyard of failed policies.(If there’s room).

  3. piobaire

    piobaire said, almost 3 years ago

    Something certainly must change. The current system is not worthy of America.

    How many of us have seen coffee cans with a person’s picture pasted on, at market check-out lines? They say things like, “John has leukemia. No insurance. Please help.” and “Mary has cancer. She lost her insurance. Please help.” You know they’re for real when you read about fund raisers for those people in the local papers.

    Whatever the problems with the roll-out, I give the current administration credit for trying to do something to alter a shameful shortcoming. The most precious natural resource our country possesses is a healthy populace.

  4. narrowminded

    narrowminded said, almost 3 years ago


    I’d like to ask…who made the current system?
    Progressives have been manipulating the healthcare industry for decades, Ted Kennedy made a career out of it, yet they act as if they had nothing to do with the current system. It’s all about evil insurance companies, social justice and their lust for redistributing wealth to create dependent Democrat voters. This moral superiority crap has to be confronted. Robbing Peter to pay Paul is not compassion, it’s theft, and it helps neither Peter nor Paul…..it benefits the thieves. The looters get to place themselves in the middle as the presumptive good guys, when in reality their just thieves interested in enriching themselves through the power of politics.
    The issue here isn’t healthcare, it’s about the federal government and it’s relationship to the people. The Feds have made a mess of this and that will continue.
    Anecdotally, my sons plan is going to cost him three times what he is paying now. He’s 25.

  5. piobaire

    piobaire said, almost 3 years ago


    Some of the comments you make are worthy of consideration.
    That being said, to do a fair analysis of the problem one must also examine the insurance industry, whose list of motives does not seem to be headed by taking care of the sick.
    Further, the problems are exacerbated by the stagnation of income for the middle class and working poor in this country, which have made health care increasingly unaffordable for them.
    Robbing Peter to pay Paul? You’re correct to bring that up. My question is, who is doing the robbing? The accumulation of wealth in the hands of a few, while the majority toil and toil, with less and less real hope of improving their lives, that’s part of the problem. Give everybody a level playing field, give everybody the opportunity to earn good wages and the ability to purchase health insurance and good medical care, and people would take care of themselves.
    Lastly, I’m sorry to hear that your son will be spending more. I hope he will now be getting a much better coverage.
    Best wishes.

  6. David Henderson

    David Henderson said, almost 3 years ago


  7. piobaire

    piobaire said, almost 3 years ago

    Oh, come now. Nothing? What about Romneycare? What about Republicans proposing the original idea?
    The biggest problems with the ACA have come about because the president and the Democratic Party tried to make a health care law that would be a good compromise. Unfortunately for them, the compromise was with people whose big idea was to kill any health care change at all.

  8. omQ R

    omQ R said, almost 3 years ago

    Sometimes you’re just a straight-shooter.

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