Many people are getting hung up on the clearly trivial and temporal healthcare.gov website deboggle, and many who have no clue will actually be convinced that Obamacare itself has been fixed and is functioning just fine once the website is fixed.
coalnewbie wrote:Many people are getting hung up on the clearly trivial and temporal healthcare.gov website deboggle, and many who have no clue will actually be convinced that Obamacare itself has been fixed and is functioning just fine once the website is fixed.
The website is trivial, Verizon can fix it. The main problem is the doctors will not participate as they make no money. The whole thing is a colossal mess and so it will collapse by design. The trouble is that by now the old system can't be revived and that was also by design. Next week food stamps get cut back $36 and then entitlements, then civil disorder, then Marshall Law. All coming to your neighborhood, well done libs. They all will still say it's Bushs fault.... you can't fix stupid.
wsherrick wrote:anthony7812 wrote:wsherrick wrote:This is classic, textbook, Keynesian theory. These ideas are what caused the Depression of the '30's to become the, "Great Depression." All Keynesian theorists, of which Bernanke is a model student; base everything on 1933. The idea that somehow Government along with a Central Bank can artificially create economic growth by inflating the money supply. Of course this always, always leads to hyper inflation and the robbing of people directly by reducing the purchasing power of their fiat cash. (i.e paper money) An example of this is an equivalent house that cost $15,000 in 1928 now costs 2 million. Your dollar has lost 98% of its purchasing power since then. The Obama Administration along with the Federal Reserve is purposely devaluing the currency as they pump billions into the stock market. The result is there is no real economic recovery and the end result is disastrous inflation for the average wage earner. This is my understanding of all this.
Freddy wrote:And what the heck is going on with the price of prescriptions? We have pretty good insurance and the co-pay hasn't changed (yet). On our scripts it always shows "retail price". This month one of them more than tripled in price! And one was worse than that!! I have a tube of cream that I use on my eczema. For 20 years it's been $45 to $65 a tube.....luckily a tube last about two years. I got a new tube this month and the retail price was $350.14. What the??? What's the "$.14" for? To add legitimacy? I don't know, but it smells of Obama all over it.
lsayre wrote:Would a country that spies on everything and everybody be capable of finding sufficient dirt with which to subvert the vote of a Supreme Court Justice in order to keep Obamacare afloat?
Dave 1234 wrote:The population of supporters scares me. ...
lsayre wrote:The flow must therefore trend from each according to his ability to each according to his need.
franco b wrote:lsayre wrote:The flow must therefore trend from each according to his ability to each according to his need.
Nothing wrong with that except the misconception of what that need really is.