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  • I did three times :)
    Ross
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  • Ross Alander
    Mon 26th Aug 2013
    at 7:55pm
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  • p.s. one more p.s., sorry: Tax deductions are great for health insurance if you make considerable money and don't have a preexisting condition. If one is making minimum wage or even up to 35-40,000 with a family a tax deduction won't work as they couldn't afford the cost to buy health insurance in the first place and/or have a preexisting condition. Finally as HR professional that goes out for bids for health insurance for small organizations, I can tell you that there is very little "free market' competition (sorry GOP) in the real world of health insurance. Promise no more p.s.'
    Ross
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  • Ross Alander
    Sun 25th Aug 2013
    at 4:46pm
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  • p.s. I also agree with Harry, "how can you people sleep soundly?"
    Ross
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  • Ross Alander
    Sun 25th Aug 2013
    at 4:14pm
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  • I "betcha" the writer has heath insurance as well as a number of those opposed to the ACA that have the "mandated" via taxes Medicare as well as the congress that receive "government funded" healthcare, etc. What a bunch of hypocrites! The ACA is based in most part on the "mandated" requirement of the GOP's own Heritage Foundation (now run by Mr. De Mint, don't ya love it) proposal. A large portion of those without health insurance because of costs, preexisting conditions, etc. work full time. As the former VP of a large public hospital I am telling you that there should be very little "new" dollars as we are already paying with tax dollars for those that come to ER's without health insurance in much more serious condition because they could not afford basic care.
    Ross
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  • Ross Alander
    Sun 25th Aug 2013
    at 4:10pm
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  • What a surprise! The "I've got mine" crowd on Longboat Key wants to defund the Affordable Care Act, and continue the present Emergency Room routine, where a fellow citizen, who can't afford healthcare dies a horrible death, because when he finally crawls to the ER with unbearable pa, finds that he has Stage 4 cancer, which could have been cured easily if he had access to simple, low cost tests 5 years before. Seriously, how can you people sleep soundly?
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  • Harry Baxter
    Sat 24th Aug 2013
    at 11:24am
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