In the UK, Obama`s Health Care Plan is seen as the fundamental principle of his socialism, but even if he fails to make it law, he has made many friends over here and it won`t be long before we have a socialist government back, and the French have taken that route as well. I can`t see him having any credible opposition. The rich are in for a good hiding and not too soon.

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Here it is, people in the U.S have an insatiable appetite for more and more health care, where it is medically necessary or not. The Supreme Court is not going to overturn health care reform. They may find elements of it unsavory, but all the protections that are in place today, such as limitis on essential benefits and medical loss ratios will remain. Most of the provisions in place have only impacted insurance companies and self-funded employers that didn't obtain grandfathered status. What this really is is a money grab to make employers pay because most people have employer-ba<x>sed coverage. Nothing is going to happen to Obama as a result. We should however string up Nancy Pelosi for saying "we need to pass this (health care reform) so we can see what is in it."

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Regardless of what the Supreme Court says, the Health Care Law will improve healthcare for about 10% of the population and ruin healthcare for everyone else.<br />
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Ask people in the UK, Canada or Italy what it's like when you have something seriously wrong. It's a ******* nightmare.<br />
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Most people are dumb as rocks and have already made up their minds on who'll they vote for... or against.<br />
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How could anyone vote for either of these clowns when the only thing either of them stand for is against the opposition?<br />
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No moral fiber. No backbones. No ability to lead.

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I'm on Medicare. I don't care -- at least till the money runs dry!! Hahahaha!

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No, his hardliners are blind to anything and everything.

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