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cutlassmama Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Oct-03-09 06:33 PM
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13. That would be acceptable
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  -WellPoint Cuts Workers Health Benefits theHandpuppet  Oct-03-09 03:41 PM   #0 
  - This policy will be enforced on everybody below the VP level.  thunder rising   Oct-03-09 03:46 PM   #1 
  - of course!  nashville_brook   Oct-03-09 03:52 PM   #6 
  - Such great news all around  high density   Oct-03-09 03:46 PM   #2 
  - I really have to wonder  theHandpuppet   Oct-03-09 03:50 PM   #4 
  - they are putting themselves out of buisness.. we will need gov help to replace them  sam sarrha   Oct-03-09 03:48 PM   #3 
  - and our congress is ready to prop them up with lots of new enrolles.  joeycola   Oct-04-09 08:12 AM   #23 
  - The affected employees could benefit from a Public Option right about now  Ruby the Liberal   Oct-03-09 03:51 PM   #5 
  - CEO Angela Braley's 2007-8 compensation? Just under $20mm  Ruby the Liberal   Oct-03-09 03:54 PM   #7 
  - The crux of the matter. Exploit and exploit and exploit... the credo of Corporate Business  HCE SuiGeneris   Oct-04-09 11:28 AM   #24 
  - If insurance drives costs up. Disbanding the Insurance companies  Downwinder   Oct-03-09 03:54 PM   #8 
  - That would be acceptable  cutlassmama   Oct-03-09 06:33 PM   #13 
  - This is really stupid on their part  AllentownJake   Oct-03-09 03:58 PM   #9 
  - I would count on it.  aquart   Oct-03-09 06:46 PM   #15 
  - Shit, even the Mob does that...  givemebackmycountry   Oct-03-09 07:48 PM   #18 
  - no Insurance Companies = funding for Medicare for All /nt  tomm2thumbs   Oct-03-09 03:59 PM   #10 
  - So even insurance company employees aren't entitled to Health Care.  Wizard777   Oct-03-09 05:07 PM   #11 
  - Why not push for single-payer?  Laelth   Oct-03-09 05:56 PM   #12 
  - Speechless.  boppers   Oct-03-09 06:39 PM   #14 
  - Exactly-especially now...unless they know that they have the problem paid off  underpants   Oct-03-09 07:26 PM   #16 
  - "We spent so much on lobbying against the gov't option"  ArcticFox   Oct-03-09 07:43 PM   #17 
  - And you know what?  theHandpuppet   Oct-04-09 06:05 AM   #22 
  - Can we talk about single payer now?  sandyd921   Oct-03-09 08:24 PM   #19 
  - So, did Susan Bayh have a hand in the cuts?  Joe Bacon   Oct-03-09 09:10 PM   #20 
  - "The bitter irony here is so self-evident I don't think I need add any comments of my own."  depakid   Oct-04-09 01:02 AM   #21 
  - ironic!  Liberal_in_LA   Oct-04-09 12:13 PM   #25 
  - Remember They Had Employees Lobby Against HC AND  otohara   Oct-04-09 03:26 PM   #26 
     - Great point -- I had forgotten that  theHandpuppet   Oct-04-09 04:09 PM   #27 
 

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