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Paul Ryan just passed a bill that takes 800 billion away from citizens health care and he argues their care will be better

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This morning on ABC he lied on national TV. This is a tax cut for the top 2% which leaves people with health problems to the wolves. Further reductions to medicaid which he argues does not work anyway. Paul Ryan has 10 soundbites which he talked over George, but could not answer the simple and fundamental question. How can you say this is better when it cuts taxes on the top 2% and there is now 800 billion dollars less in the system.

I am calling the offices of four congressmen who are in my district or adjacent. I am going to find out how they voted and I am going to raise $1,000 or $250 for their primary opponents. This cancer on America cannot be changed in the senate, it has to be changed in the house. If the few people left on this forum would send letters, and a promise to donate $250 to primary opponents, we can take our country back on this one issue from the 1%.

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2seaoat wrote:  This cancer on America cannot be changed in the senate, it has to be changed in the house.  

Explain, please.

By the way, ask Eric Cantor about well-funded campaigns.

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Forcing an individual to purchase a flawed product is wrong... it doesn't matter how you try to rationalize it. It's that elitist delusion that repulsed the electorate and lead to the loss of political power ever since.

But don't worry. The pubs are in the midst of screwing themselves too. So you've got that going for you.

Which is nice... lol.

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http://www.270towin.com/2018-senate-election/

Not a chance the Democrats will win the senate in 2018. There structural advantage was in 2016 and they blew it.

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PkrBum wrote:Forcing an individual to purchase a flawed product is wrong... it doesn't matter how you try to rationalize it.

So how about coming out with a NON-flawed product in your book but still requiring the individual mandate? Otherwise we're back to the same old same old situation, with people who could've easily afforded health insurance, or at the very least could've afforded it with government assistance, being back in the emergency rooms and costing the rest of us -- the entire system -- very, very dearly in terms of ever-rising costs and premiums.

It doesn't matter how you try to rationalize it - the 'individual freedom' to ignore one's responsibility to society and oneself, in this case, is damaging and hurtful to everyone. Everyone!!

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How about a system like the one in Australia that Trump just called better than ours or maybe one like any other developed nation?

Why not?

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