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As I predicted, zerOcare is beginning to implode. Today in Florida, the largest insurance provider canceled 300,000 policies rather

than convert them to zerOcare. This is just the beginning of the end for the mutt's legacy. This socialist imposter will go down in history as the worst president in history, Jimmy Carter agrees.

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What has become the norm for your regular ridiculous posts is once again you have it wrong. Florida chose not to participate in the ACA. I checked with a couple of people in FLA to see if the they had heard of this and neither had.

I think that you are confusing them with New York State where Aetna Insurance has decided not to participate as this time. They are going to wait and see if the exchanges work and will then decide whether to start selling again.

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As I predicted, zerOcare is beginning to implode. Today in Florida, the largest insurance provider canceled 300,000 policies rather

than convert them to zerOcare. This is just the beginning of the end for the mutt's legacy. This socialist imposter will go down in history as the worst president in history, Jimmy Carter agrees.

You and your fellow nutcakes gave it your best shot but it's not gonna work. It's the same law as in Massachusetts, and while it isn't perfect, it works. History will record that President Barack Obama successfully established a national health care system, after other presidents had failed for more than a century to achieve that. Whine all you want, the law is here to stay.

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As I predicted, zerOcare is beginning to implode. Today in Florida, the largest insurance provider canceled 300,000 policies rather

than convert them to zerOcare. This is just the beginning of the end for the mutt's legacy. This socialist imposter will go down in history as the worst president in history, Jimmy Carter agrees.

"As you predicted" Now THAT's funny!!!! Let's revisit your past predictions, Giuliani beats Hillary for president, McCain beats Obama, Romney in a landslide LOL! You are a clown

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You and your fellow nutcakes gave it your best shot but it's not gonna work. It's the same law as in Massachusetts, and while it isn't perfect, it works. History will record that President Barack Obama successfully established a national health care system, after other presidents had failed for more than a century to achieve that. Whine all you want, the law is here to stay.

You and your fellow nutcakes gave it your best shot but it's not gonna work. It's the same law as in Massachusetts, and while it isn't perfect, it works. History will record that President Barack Obama successfully established a national health care system, after other presidents had failed for more than a century to achieve that. Whine all you want, the law is here to stay

Laws are repealed al the time. zerOcare's on the short list. The GOP will take control of the senate in '14 and the presidency in '16, then we regain our country.

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Since you think the ACA is such a loser then where is the Republican alternative plan. Their plan is when you get sick go to the Emergency Room. The last time they tried to help Seniors with their Medicare Part D Plan sure worked out well. For the big Pharmaceutical Companies. Fortunately Obama fixed the problem. So while you're criticizing the ACA remember that your party could have participated but were too busy trying to defeat the President.

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Since you think the ACA is such a loser then where is the Republican alternative plan. Their plan is when you get sick go to the Emergency Room. The last time they tried to help Seniors with their Medicare Part D Plan sure worked out well. For the big Pharmaceutical Companies. Fortunately Obama fixed the problem. So while you're criticizing the ACA remember that your party could have participated but were too busy trying to defeat the President.

"Fortunately Obama fixed the problem" ??? Apparently you don't pay attention to the news. As of yesterday 3.8 million people across the country

have lost their insurance coverage. Put the Kool-Aid down.

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"Fortunately Obama fixed the problem" ??? Apparently you don't pay attention to the news. As of yesterday 3.8 million people across the country

have lost their insurance coverage. Put the Kool-Aid down.

Right wingers like 2stupid4words seem to have no idea how ridiculous they sound accusing other people of drinking the Kool-Aid. They're parroting a line from Bill O'Reilly, drinking his Kool-Aid.

And if he cared about the country, he would want the new law to succeed. It will. Some people would like it to fail but it's the same system as they have in Massachusetts, which is working. The right wing will always claim the sky is falling whenever a new law is passed that they don't like. But then the law works and they look ridiculous - again.

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Right wingers like 2stupid4words seem to have no idea how ridiculous they sound accusing other people of drinking the Kool-Aid. They're parroting a line from Bill O'Reilly, drinking his Kool-Aid.

And if he cared about the country, he would want the new law to succeed. It will. Some people would like it to fail but it's the same system as they have in Massachusetts, which is working. The right wing will always claim the sky is falling whenever a new law is passed that they don't like. But then the law works and they look ridiculous - again.

So you're more concerned with Kool-Aid than the 4 million people that have lost their health insurance ? Another pathetic loony strung out on Kool-Aid.

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So you're more concerned with Kool-Aid than the 4 million people that have lost their health insurance ? Another pathetic loony strung out on Kool-Aid.

No, idiot. I'm more concerned with how the system works for everyone than I am with your ranting on and on about everything President Obama tries to do. If he walked on water, you'd say it proved that he can't swim.

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Before the new law, we had no national system for health care coverage. As a result, 47 million Americans were uninsured. When they became ill, they went to emergency rooms, far sicker than they would have been had they had coverage. Every health care professional knows that this is far more costly than if they had been insured. We paid for their care anyway but it was more expensive than it would have been if the ACA had been in effect. The old system was geared toward profits for the insurance companies. The idea behind the new law was to get everyone into the system and make quality care at as low a cost as possible the central goal. Unfortunately, the insurance lobby was very powerful in shaping the new law, so their profits are still too big a factor in the system. But at least we have a first step out of that. The insurance companies don't make products. All they do is rake the profits off the top of the system by offering to spread the risk. But they only spread the risk as far as is profitable for them.

The new law has just entered the enrollment phase. Six weeks into that phase, only a person who never wanted the law in the first place would claim that it has failed. If 4 million people have lost coverage, that's still far better than 47 million with no coverage at all. Those 4 million will find other coverage. Some people had junk policies before the new law, so now they're going to pay more but they're also going to get more. There's little point in having insurance if it won't pay when you need it. As the new law continues to work, we'll have the chance to identify problems and fix them. But at least now we have a system. The system would work better if governors and legislatures in Republican-controlled states hadn't refused to expand their Medicaid programs as called for under the new law. But their refusal will give us the chance to compare the two approaches, and see whether people are better off with the law's proposed Medicaid expansion. There, too, the law gives us a framework to go forward, which we did not have before.

As for Kool-Aid, people who use that line seem not to realize the irony that they're just singing someone else's song - drinking O'Reilly's Kool-Aid as it were. The ACA is now the law. It is not going to be repealed. Let's try to make it work. The same law is working well in Massachusetts, far better than the alternative of nothing. There's no reason it shouldn't work equally as well across the country.

So here's my question to "2smart4u": What are you really concerned about?

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The policies that are being cancelled is because they don't meet the ACA standards. Under the new law, Insurance Companies can no longer deny a person with a pre-existing condition coverage, there is no longer a cap on how much they pay, more emphasis on mental health care and if a person takes the time to look at the plans, they can get better coverage. My current Health Insurance costs me approximately $6,500.00 per year which is a lot considering I'm retired. However, the insurance pays over $100,000 dollars just for medication. I pay a deductible of $5.00 or $10.00 depending on whether I get a 30 or 90 day supply. For the other medications I pay $50.00. So I'm keeping mine.

When Junior was President, he introduced the Medicare Part D. prescription plan but denied Medicare the opportunity to negotiate with the big Pharmaceutical Companies over the prices of prescriptions. Both the VA and DOD are allowed. This led to the donut hole. And just like the ACA hot line there were problems with the web site. When Obama became President, he fixed the problem.

The Republican Party is all over the President spreading doom and gloom so I'll ask again, where is their plan

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