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Robert Ariail for October 28, 2011

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    judy.palen  about 10 years ago

    About right, except the “bump” should be labeled “GOP obstruction”

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    dahawk  about 10 years ago

    Why would anyone be surprised at the cost overruns? It was predicted from the start by the opponents. Anyone with any common sense at all knows that, when the government gets involved, costs will go out the window and fraud will be rampant. The government is inefficient that way.

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    jimhargrave  about 10 years ago

    When the “loans” stop, healthcare will be the least of our concerns…Ammunition will be worth more than gold.

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    aguirra3  about 10 years ago

    do any of you supporters of this health care mandate know the price tag? it would be cheaper to give every person in America a new Ferrari.

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    halfabug  about 10 years ago

    If thats the case, i should be dead now.

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    Dtroutma  about 10 years ago

    “neo-cons” have a new con every day. They put in the most egregious stuff they can into any bill, then claim “innocence” of the act. A sound bill would have been single payer, negotiation of drug prices in Part D, reasonable tort reform (like pre-trial reviews of any malpractice case for validity, just like grand juries), and review of medically necessary “tests” that INSURANCE COMPANIES love, as they run up costs hugely. A doctor doesn’t need an MRI to diagnose a cold. Antibiotics don’t work on viruses. Prescription drugs advertised on TV to prompt “patient demand”, usually do NOT perform as claimed, even if they ARE effective in some cases. TV advertising on most DOES cost more than the development of the drug did, so that advertising IS “effective” at raising profits, even if the patients do die due to side effects the consumer ignores in those ads.

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