Health exchange repeal fails

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It has always been my understanding that Medicaid filled the gap for the uninsured. So why do we need the ACA? This act has increased costs for insurance, limited medical access for the elderly, forced the poor to meet a unaffordable deductible, reduced the work force to part time, etc. The ACA is an albatross on the American people to extract more money from the public. According to Saul Alinsky, an Obama mentor, to control healthcare is to control the populous within a Socialist State. S. Price

Good for Amy Stephens!  Something had to be done. ACA may not be the answer but until all the whine bags can come up with a better alternative it is put up or shut up time. Medical costs are out of control and insurance companies are gouging the public.

I agree that something must be done about medical costs in
America. However, ACA is not about Healthcare, it is about controlling the citizens of our country. Healthcare does not take 2800 pages to correct, it takes doctor’s liability, prescription drugs, Tort reform and Patients cooperation to reduce costs. The government cannot mandate that all the people involved will commit to reduce medical costs. It must be a cooperative effort to provide the best service at the best cost. In other words an all state inclusive free market situation. Government has never improved on Market Competition. Rusty Price



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