Cost analysis of Obambi-care

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    Because this breadmaker doesn’t give his employees health care, they show up as charity cases at the hospital emergency room when something inevitably goes wrong and the rest of us pay for that.  Doesn't he see the irony of whining about passing costs to his consumers while at the same time passing healthcare costs off to people who aren't even his consumers, (like me)?

    In addition, its also hypocritical of the breadmakers to rail against government-mandated costs, while quietly accepting the benefits of government subsidies.  In this case, the agriculture subsidies that go into the grains they use to make bread.

    The real problem is our failure to embrace some form of single payer, and remove the connection of health insurance to employment.....but thats socialism, right.

     
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    In response to GreginMeffa's comment:

     Of course, no one knows what the plans themselves will cost yet so it's all a guess at this point.


    Another exercise in dart-throwing...

    ...with some passive-aggressive snark, to boot.

     

     

     
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    In response to UserName99's comment:

    Because this breadmaker doesn’t give his employees health care, they show up as charity cases at the hospital emergency room when something inevitably goes wrong and the rest of us pay for that.  Doesn't he see the irony of whining about passing costs to his consumers while at the same time passing healthcare costs off to people who aren't even his consumers, (like me)?

    In addition, its also hypocritical of the breadmakers to rail against government-mandated costs, while quietly accepting the benefits of government subsidies.  In this case, the agriculture subsidies that go into the grains they use to make bread.

    The real problem is our failure to embrace some form of single payer, and remove the connection of health insurance to employment.....but thats socialism, right.



    Apparently the BDC moderators didn't like me dissing our fine govt.

    Given the fine mess we are in due to our fine govt it's a wonder why anyone would want said govt to be in charge of our health care. Simply mind boggling.

     

     
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