Quote from: Ironrod on June 28, 2012, 09:05:35 PM
Quote from: Isgrimnur on June 28, 2012, 07:58:26 PM
It's working so well now. Last night I was looking at a state-by-state chart and noticed that all of the states with the worst current coverage percentages are red states, primarily in the South. TX leads the hall of shame with 25% of its residents uninsured. There are half a dozen others in the 20-21% range.
It blows me away that these are the same states that oppose reform most vehemently.
I agree that we need a new Congress, but not in the way he means it.
I doubt many people would argue about reform being needed but obamacare isn't the way. Either way it's the on ramp to the road to hell (paved with good intentions) and most people have no idea about how much it's really going to cost them in the long run. It's basically a massive tax and the money doesn't go towards anything except paying for other people to get healthcare. Sorry about those less fortunate (I've been there), the lazy and the welfare state lifers but I worked two jobs to get through college, put my time in and I'm working my ass off now to support my family and provide a better life for them...not you (not directed at anyone here).