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Did the stop the tax penalty that part was bogus penalties for not having Obama care.


Yeah if it gets signed hopefully that will become history.
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Keep it coming folks. The salt sustains me.


Then you're going to love the coming recess, dude. Assuming members of the House GOP have the guts to actually hold town halls.
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The AHCA will cut $370 billion from Medicaid over ten years. How is depriving the poor of health care saving lives?

https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/5/4/15542342/ahca-promises-broken
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Keep it coming folks. The salt sustains me.


and the salt form you in 2018 is going to be bigly
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MysticGon wrote:

Keep it coming folks. The salt sustains me.


Then you're going to love the coming recess, dude. Assuming members of the House GOP have the guts to actually hold town halls.


Those groups likely didn't vote for them in the first place. Angry democrats are just par for the course.
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Deductibles will rise by about $1500. And this is giving people better access to health care how?

https://www.axios.com/why-deductibles-would-rise-under-gop-plan-2322246232.html
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Those groups likely didn't vote for them in the first place. Angry democrats are just par for the course.


*shrugs*

Whatever you say. We won't know for sure where things are going for a bit yet, anyway. There's still the Senate to go. Just saying, this looks like a tactical blunder.
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I have a pre existing condition, and it will affect me, I have a job with benefits but it will still affect how much I take home each month. To those that are gitty, I will pray every day that you are stricken with a sickness you did not ask for, and that you to will enjoy exactly what you voted for.
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I have a pre existing condition, and it will affect me, I have a job with benefits but it will still affect how much I take home each month. To those that are gitty, I will pray every day that you are stricken with a sickness you did not ask for, and that you to will enjoy exactly what you voted for.


Call your Rep(s) who voted for this, if any. Let them know how much you love them.
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Raising premiums on the sick? Not to worry! The $600 billion in tax cuts for the wealthy should make this go down easier.


The main answer, for Republicans is Congress, is that it also contains $600 billion in tax cuts — tax cuts that would save the wealthiest 0.1 percent of Americans nearly $200,000 each in a single year, according to a batch of analyses released by the Joint Committee on Taxation on Tuesday.

https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/3/7/14844362/ahca-ryancare-trumpcare-tax-cut-rich
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Maybe a "/s" was needed? I'm saying people should flood the offices of any member of the House who voted for this legislation with angry phone calls.
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Maybe a "/s" was needed? I'm saying people should flood the offices of any member of the House who voted for this legislation with angry phone calls.


Sorry, my emotions are running high on this. I don't want to have to make decisions like giving up my dog in order to afford medical care, or not being able to afford a visit to my parents once a year, or even where I live. I have a good job as well, and I did my darndest to stop Trump during the election, but yep, all for naught now.
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