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“When you see that trading is done, not by consent, but by compulsion – when you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing – when you see that money is flowing to those who deal, not in goods, but in favors – when you see that men get richer by graft and by pull than by work, and your laws don’t protect you against them, but protect them against you – when you see corruption being rewarded and honesty becoming a self-sacrifice – you may know that your society is doomed.” ~Ayn Rand *************************************************** In the battle between good intentions vs. unintended consequences….UC always win. ~Sharon
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8 Responses to Bumper Sticker Of The Day…

  1. labrat says:

    Just found out yesterday that my HC deduction will go up 360% in January. My current plan is no longer available under PPACA.

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  2. TandCrumpettes says:

    I used to have the greatest insurance anyone could ask for. My hubs does a job nobody wants to do, so naturally excellent benefits came with it. Insurance provided 100% by the employer. No deductible. 100% payment in AND out of network. Low copays ($10 for GPs, 15 for specialists). It really didn’t get any better than that.

    It was awesome. I had a child for $15 – just the initial copay and I didn’t have to think about finances again….until it was time to buy formula and diapers. It was a sweet life.

    Then Obama started his meddling and all of a sudden we had to pay a premium. I think it started out around $50 a paycheck. Now I believe its around $200. Still, we were willing to tolerate the outrageous premiums for this excellent as heck insurance.

    But now we have a deductible. Copays are now $35. Not so excellent anymore. We’re paying more and receiving less in return. It wouldn’t be near as bad if we paid more to KEEP what we had. It would be a nuisance, but nothing really “changed.”

    I expect any day now we’re going to have out-of-pocket expenses for out-of-network physicians. Looking forward to 80% coverage on in-network providers. Looking forward to figuring out who is who.

    I look forward to those 120-minute phone calls with the insurance company fighting over who pays for something as meaningless as a urinalysis. I remember those days from back when I was a secretary and had the worst insurance imaginable.

    Yet, of course, complain to the sheeple about it and all they can say is, “You should at least be thankful you even HAVE insurance!”

    Sorry, I have a right to be angry.

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  3. Josh says:

    Read an article in our local rag the other day informing how much diabetics are costing society.

    Every obese person I know voted for Obama. Healthcare will be denied them based on their weight. Michelle does not like the obese. They, too, are costing society.

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  4. labrat says:

    I am in quite the dilemma. I am very strongly philosophically opposed to comprehensive health insurance. I am fundamently opposed to most of our current “health care” paradigm. I want access to catastrophic medical insurance and access to affordable routine care and that has been systematically taken away from me. Unfortunately, since this is becoming out of my reach I am being forced to participate (kicking and screaming) into conforming to their demands. My options and freedom to choose my own healthcare choices are being stripped from me and I don’t like it.

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