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Chip Bok for November 08, 2019

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    RAGs  over 1 year ago

    Hey, Chip, tell us about the republican health care plan.

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    Say What Now‽ Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Why do you ’mericans want to just give money to insurance companies that make will make every attempt prop up their profits by denying you a proper coverage?

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    Darsan54 Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Tell me, just who likes their private insurance? Seriously, who?

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    jmworacle  over 1 year ago

    Checque the weather report for Hades.

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    Patjade Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Chip’s going with the current RNC meme, didn’t read it, make up stuff about it, try to appeal to people who won’t (or can’t) read it, and look ignorant to people who know better.

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    braindead Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Once again, Trump Disciple Chip shows off those awesome analysis skills.

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    Masterskrain  over 1 year ago

    I’ve heard of “Selective memory”, but Bok is one of the few that exhibits “Selective STUPIDITY”, since he’s obviously forgotten ALL ABOUT “The Big Beautiful Republican Health Care Plan” we were promised on DAY ONE of the reign of terror, all the way back on Jan. 20, 2017…and he’s STUPID enough to think that WE’VE all forgotten about it as well!!

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    superposition  over 1 year ago

    Is there an economical, high quality, for-profit, private health insurance plan that delivers excellent comprehensive (but very affordable) healthcare to all of a nation’s population somewhere in the world?

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    brit-ed  over 1 year ago

    I don’t like my private health insurance. They deny coverage and the deductibles plus premiums plus employer contributions are way more than a public plan would cost.

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    DaBoogadie Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Do to ongoing health issues I have had 7 doctors appointments, 2 CAT scans, and an ultrasound on my heart in the last 2 months…$72.43. I pay $134.00 a month for my insurance. Can you guess my insurer?

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    WestNYC Premium Member over 1 year ago

    People may lose their private supplemental insurance that covers the items Medicare doesn’t under the Warren plan. This will harm consumers that can afford (and want) the additional coverage.

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    OldCoal  over 1 year ago

    So, lessee now, I’m out the max on my family out of pocket, that’s 6K, plus the cost on my side of the fence, nearly 12K per year, plus my employers cost, which is about the same – so that’s 30K in medical expenses for one family. One case of pneumonia and a cancerous mole removed, plus follow up.

    Now, that’s tripled in less than 20 years.

    So what’s your plan Chip? Wait till it triples again?

    How many of us can afford 90K per year in medical? Anyone want to speak up?

    The neoliberal approach to medical costs has failed utterly in doing anything but creating a monster that is devouring us.

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    Zen-of-Zinfandel  over 1 year ago

    She moves on stage like Jagger, time for a career change.

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    gcottay  over 1 year ago

    Except her plan does not eliminate private insurance.

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    walkingmancomics  over 1 year ago

    I’m confused—who IS it that likes their health insurance so much they’d be sorry to exchange it for something less expensive and with more coverage?

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    William Bednar Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Finally, the truth! Obama got it wrong too.

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    DeepState  over 1 year ago

    It’s called premature death…

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    Concretionist  over 1 year ago

    Sure. I like paying for medical care (and drugs) at approximately double the rate that the rest of the industrial nations pay. And I love that my health options are constrained by insurance industry and enforced by a minimum wage clerk whose training is in how to operate the computer program. And it makes me feel great that I get to pay my doctor, my dentist, and my ophthalmologist enough money so they can afford to keep extra clerks around who specialize in dealing with insurance companies! Of course, I’m also totally down with the health outcome statistics that put the USA far from the top (except we do, apparently, have about 0.01% better outcomes for post-surgical strokes). So,

    If you like your private insurance, you’re a moron! Or obscenely rich.

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    kentmarx36  over 1 year ago

    The Republican Healthcare plan lies a mouldering in the ground.

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    Not the Smartest Man On the Planet -- Maybe Close Premium Member over 1 year ago

    And FATUS’ healthcare plan is where, again…? Stuck up his…hmmm.

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    spookyalice61  over 1 year ago

    We’re still waiting on Stumps Health Care that he said he would implement on his first day in office. Chip I’m sure you’re in contact with the WH, please let us know asap.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member over 1 year ago

    So why couldn’t we open up Medicare as an Option for healthcare?

    Younger persons could enroll and pay premiums for Parts A, B, or C. Those premiums would be far below what they would find on the independent market, where their is no benefit of group demographics. And their actual medical coverage would be superior to what they would get for the same amount of money (assuming they could even find coverage in the first place).

    The additional benefit is that the overall Medicare pool will be greatly increased by healthier young adults, with a resulting decrease in premiums. Negotiation of drug prices would be efficacious as well.

    This policy would most benefit students, small-business employers, entrepreneurs (carpenters, painters, construction workers, free-lance professionals, etc), and most especially, those who are between jobs (i.e., unemployed).

    Ask those who have had to make the choice between rent, food, vehicles, and health insurance (especially COBRA) which necessity sucks hind tit.

    Hey, and Corporations wouldn’t have to hire HR professionals who spent their time every year trying to ferret out the best health insurance deal for their employees.

    But no. Republicans want to appease their fat-cat donors in the private insurance companies, and don’t give a ratz-ass about people. Instead, they’ll trot out their tried and true socialism BS, hyped by their prostitoonists like good ol’ Chip, here.

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    tims145  over 1 year ago

    Yeah, Obamacare is terrible! I got an idea, let’s do nothing and let things continue to get worse! Right after we get rid of the ACA and/or gut it! All in favor say aye! All Republicans: AYE!

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