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Roland SASSER 6 months ago
I read that many groups are not happy with the GOP plan! Is it really worse than Obama Care? If Obama Care is so great: (1) how can no one afford it without taxpayer subsidies (2) unaffordable deductibles (3) insurance companies bailing out limiting available plans (4) forcing people to purchase something they neither need nor want or face penalties etc. That's a good plan?
Val White 6 months ago

Exactly.  We have to realize that ocare is so convoluted, it will take more than one revision to make a gradual transition to something like we had before BHO forced this monstrosity upon us.


Love the cartoon!

Jim Hall 6 months ago
Remember The New Deal, The Great Society, Change You Can Believe In, Affordable Health Care.......  Democrats love to play with  the sheeple.  Which may still illegal in Montana.
JERRY DUNN 6 months ago
Well honestly my biggest problem with ObamaCare has always been having to buy coverage I don't need.  And I know since ObamaCare it has caused my family to have to make more doctor visits to prove procedures needed before something can be done.  That is how anything the government controls works.  And Jim Hall's comments sum up exactly the great things the government has given us.
William O. Darby 6 months ago
    The greatest mistake that Republicans made last year was in promising to "repeal and replace" OzBamaCare right out of the box if elected.  Anyone with common sense knew that the "godawfulmess" called ACA (or Obamacare) was constructed and designed to be more like a cancer than a broken arm.  It's tentacles reach deeply into the fabric of America's law, society, and it's economy. 
    It's a nightmare that should have been left to consume itself and die a natural death.  The pain would have been great, but the blame would have gone to Obama and the  scoundrels who crafted it.
    Now, we are faced with no good solution and those who try to "cure" this socialist "cancer" will suffer the slings and arrows of their political opposition during the entire arduous process. 
   And with no real solution on the horizon..... Should have let this patient die. "He" was terminal anyway.
 
Vic mccoy 6 months ago
This was really all part of the master plan.  The demos succeed, now the GOP is taking over & sooner more than later it will become "universal single payer system" is what both parties really wanted.  It's all part of the "Art of the deal"  

Anyone remember when the smoking ban started on airplanes. "NO smoking on any flight less than four hours, then eight, and finally success-NO SMOKING period.

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