ObamaCare To Hit The Fox News States The Hardest

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    ObamaCare To Hit The Fox News States The Hardest

    Muhahahahaha

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    ObamaCare price hikes hit 'red states' hardest

    Experiencing sticker-shock at the price of insurance on ObamaCare exchanges?

     

    That's more likely if you live in a "red state" that didn't vote for Obama, according to price data compiled by the Heritage Foundation. In red states, premiums for 27-year-olds rose an average of 78% on ObamaCare exchanges, whereas in "blue states" that voted for Obama, premiums rose a smaller 50%.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/11/05/obamacare-price-hikes-hit-red-states-hardest/

     
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    Clearly some kind of commie plot by the "manchurian candidate kenyan colonialist socialist dictator weakling".

    Let the "Foxtopia" secessionist movement begin...!

     

     

     
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    "Red states are welfare states" is a brazen lie.  The leading welfare states are California, new York, Rhode Island, Illinois,  Massachusetts.

    Truth is, no matter what state you live in, if you are a Government employee, or you are on welfare and/or get a Government check as a dependent, you are likely a member of the Party of Government.

    Maker: likely Republican

    Taker:  likely Democrat

     
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    Welfare caseload by state...lots of blue states on this list
    Rank   States    Amount   
    # 1      California: 1,085,627  
         
    # 2      New York: 341,004  
      
       
    # 3      Texas: 333,435  
      
       
    # 4      Pennsylvania: 207,429  
     
       
    # 5      Michigan: 202,469  
      
       
    # 6      Ohio: 188,108  
      
       
    # 7      Tennessee: 180,466  
      
       
    # 8      Washington: 140,721  
     
       
    # 9      Indiana: 140,571  
      
       
    # 10      Georgia: 132,003  
      
       
    # 11      Florida: 119,080  
      
       
    # 12      Arizona: 111,334  
      
       
    # 13      Missouri: 108,561  
         
    # 14      Massachusetts: 108,469  
      
       
    # 15      New Jersey: 101,854  
      
       
    # 16      Illinois: 99,952  
     
       
    # 17      Minnesota: 93,665  

     
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    Mind leeches from space......

     

     

    ....with laser beams on their heads?

     
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    Re: ObamaCare To Hit The Fox News States The Hardest

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    Welfare caseload by state...lots of blue states on this list
    Rank   States    Amount   
    # 1      California: 1,085,627  
         
    # 2      New York: 341,004  
      
       
    # 3      Texas: 333,435  
      
       
    # 4      Pennsylvania: 207,429  
     
       
    # 5      Michigan: 202,469  
      
       
    # 6      Ohio: 188,108  
      
       
    # 7      Tennessee: 180,466  
      
       
    # 8      Washington: 140,721  
     
       
    # 9      Indiana: 140,571  
      
       
    # 10      Georgia: 132,003  
      
       
    # 11      Florida: 119,080  
      
       
    # 12      Arizona: 111,334  
      
       
    # 13      Missouri: 108,561  
         
    # 14      Massachusetts: 108,469  
      
       
    # 15      New Jersey: 101,854  
      
       
    # 16      Illinois: 99,952  
     
       
    # 17      Minnesota: 93,665  



    On the off chance that ACCs comment was over your head, you just gave us a list of the 17 most populated states.

    This is the list per-capita:

    Rank  States   Amount   

    # 1    District of Columbia:7.835 per 100 people

    # 2    Guam:6.397 per 100 people

    # 3    Rhode Island:3.319 per 100 people

    # 4    Tennessee:3.026 per 100 people

    # 5    California:3.005 per 100 people

    # 6    Maine:2.842 per 100 people

    # 7    Alaska:2.4 per 100 people

    # 8    West Virginia:2.283 per 100 people

    # 9    Indiana:2.241 per 100 people

    # 10    Washington:2.238 per 100 people

    # 11    New Mexico:2.23 per 100 people

    # 12    Vermont:2.044 per 100 people

    # 13    Michigan:2.001 per 100 people

    # 14    Hawaii:1.993 per 100 people

    # 15    Montana:1.932 per 100 people

    # 16    Arizona:1.875 per 100 people

    # 17    Missouri:1.872 per 100 people

     
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    Just as with the IRS and the DOE and DOJ, I guess Obamcare is being used as a political weapon. Red states are being punished with higher insurance prices. Oh, so now the lefties are acknowledging that OBamacare is causing higher health insurance premiums>???

    Providing "affordable care" is not the objective. Punishing your political enemies and rewarding your political friends is the way to go with progressives.

    What are the leftwing losers going to do if a wingnut gets in control? The indignation and howls of injustice will be loud and clear against the wingnuts that take advantage of the machine THE LEFTIES SET IN MOTION WITH THEIR OWN BEHAVIOR.

    Pay back will be a beatch. 

    Bush legitimized socialism for the lefties.

    Obama is justifying political retribution for the wingnuts.

     

     
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    How did premiums in the ObamaCare exchanges go up when the exchanges didn't exist until last month?

     
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    How did premiums in the ObamaCare exchanges go up when the exchanges didn't exist until last month?

    Probably that famous Obamacare efficiency we keep hearing about.

     

     
     
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    Welfare caseload by state...lots of blue states on this list
    Rank   States    Amount   
    # 1      California: 1,085,627  
         
    # 2      New York: 341,004  
      
       
    # 3      Texas: 333,435  
      
       
    # 4      Pennsylvania: 207,429  
     
       
    # 5      Michigan: 202,469  
      
       
    # 6      Ohio: 188,108  
      
       
    # 7      Tennessee: 180,466  
      
       
    # 8      Washington: 140,721  
     
       
    # 9      Indiana: 140,571  
      
       
    # 10      Georgia: 132,003  
      
       
    # 11      Florida: 119,080  
      
       
    # 12      Arizona: 111,334  
      
       
    # 13      Missouri: 108,561  
         
    # 14      Massachusetts: 108,469  
      
       
    # 15      New Jersey: 101,854  
      
       
    # 16      Illinois: 99,952  
     
       
    # 17      Minnesota: 93,665  



    On the off chance that ACCs comment was over your head, you just gave us a list of the 17 most populated states.

    This is the list per-capita:

    Rank  States   Amount   

    # 1    District of Columbia:7.835 per 100 people

    # 2    Guam:6.397 per 100 people

    # 3    Rhode Island:3.319 per 100 people

    # 4    Tennessee:3.026 per 100 people

    # 5    California:3.005 per 100 people

    # 6    Maine:2.842 per 100 people

    # 7    Alaska:2.4 per 100 people

    # 8    West Virginia:2.283 per 100 people

    # 9    Indiana:2.241 per 100 people

    # 10    Washington:2.238 per 100 people

    # 11    New Mexico:2.23 per 100 people

    # 12    Vermont:2.044 per 100 people

    # 13    Michigan:2.001 per 100 people

    # 14    Hawaii:1.993 per 100 people

    # 15    Montana:1.932 per 100 people

    # 16    Arizona:1.875 per 100 people

    # 17    Missouri:1.872 per 100 people



    per capita "what"?

    These lists are useless unless you indicate the values you are calculating.

    Wht is included in this welfare calculation?

    Besides, it still reads as predominantly blue states nearthe top of the list.

     
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    Final Thought: Now that we have that sorted out, would anyone like to guess why state income has increased primarily in “red” states and in states with Republican governors?

     



    Good post, bigdog ( deleted most of it as extra long posts become annoying).

    Nice thought atthe end, this is not about who recieves, but who produces.  That is where the progressives in both parties fail.

    In states wher fracking is not being blocked, where silly union driven minimum wage issues are not constant, where republican governors try to avoid saddling their states with the future obligations brought on by the federal government, these states are movingforward, while the democrat controlled states teeter on the edge.

     
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    Final Thought: Now that we have that sorted out, would anyone like to guess why state income has increased primarily in “red” states and in states with Republican governors?

     

     



    Good post, bigdog ( deleted most of it as extra long posts become annoying).

     

    Nice thought atthe end, this is not about who recieves, but who produces.  That is where the progressives in both parties fail.

    In states wher fracking is not being blocked, where silly union driven minimum wage issues are not constant, where republican governors try to avoid saddling their states with the future obligations brought on by the federal government, these states are movingforward, while the democrat controlled states teeter on the edge.




    The point is...........it`s  not the RED states "receiving".  Maybe the OP should change the thread title to the "MSNBC states"?




    You guys are a trip.  The debate is: which states receive more federal money than they pay in.

    Then you paste an article from Glenn Beck's echo chamber website that only tells how much states receive, and fails to tell how much theses states are paying in federal taxes.  Y'know, the other half of the debate.

    Then you run around screeching about how smart you are, but you're only proving your own ignorance.

     
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    ObamaCare price hikes hit 'red states' hardest

    Meaning that the 'red' states previously had the lowest premiums? Perhaps we should find out what they were doing before Obamacare and try to duplicate it.

     

     
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    Final Thought: Now that we have that sorted out, would anyone like to guess why state income has increased primarily in “red” states and in states with Republican governors?

     

     



    Good post, bigdog ( deleted most of it as extra long posts become annoying).

     

    Nice thought atthe end, this is not about who recieves, but who produces.  That is where the progressives in both parties fail.

    In states wher fracking is not being blocked, where silly union driven minimum wage issues are not constant, where republican governors try to avoid saddling their states with the future obligations brought on by the federal government, these states are movingforward, while the democrat controlled states teeter on the edge.




    The point is...........it`s  not the RED states "receiving".  Maybe the OP should change the thread title to the "MSNBC states"?




    You guys are a trip.  The debate is: which states receive more federal money than they pay in.

    Then you paste an article from Glenn Beck's echo chamber website that only tells how much states receive, and fails to tell how much theses states are paying in federal taxes.  Y'know, the other half of the debate.

    Then you run around screeching about how smart you are, but you're only proving your own ignorance.



    Afraid it is you who is on the trip.

    Government is not the center of the universe.

     

    But to the point you think is relevant (and is not, but I will stipulate for discussion):  One needs to ask, WHY is more money flowing to these states?  Are all federal expenditures equal?

     
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    Perhaps we should find out what they were doing before Obamacare and try to duplicate it.

     

     

     

    Heh, heh, heh .... excellent plan.... */sarcasm off/*


     

    They had the most uninsured residents in the country.

     

    http://www.census.gov/did/www/sahie/data/interactive/#view=data&utilBtn=&yLB=0&stLB=0&aLB=0&sLB=0&iLB=0&rLB=0&countyCBSelected=false&insuredRBG=pu_&multiYearSelected=false&multiYearAlertFlag=false

     

    healthInsurance-uninsured



    do those "residents" include illegal immigrants?

    the map seems to indicate that that is at least a possibility.

     
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