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villager Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Sep-09-09 02:43 AM
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13. But this subsidy is obviously different from anything in the bill being discussed
...since it already exists.

Since you're a fan, what kind of subsidy is it? State? Fed? What program?

Who is eligible?
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  -If the "Democrats" pass a bill forcing you to buy health insurance, will you refuse? villager  Sep-09-09 01:28 AM   #0 
  - try underemployed n/t  orleans   Sep-09-09 01:32 AM   #1 
  - well, that too...  villager   Sep-09-09 01:33 AM   #2 
  - There's is a subsidy associated with the mandate. I think it's a good idea.  napi21   Sep-09-09 01:38 AM   #3 
  - How will they know if we have insurance or not???  lilwunder   Sep-09-09 06:51 AM   #22 
     - if it's like Massachusetts,  Bill McBlueState   Sep-09-09 12:23 PM   #34 
        - and the "government off our backs" GOP supports this?  villager   Sep-09-09 05:22 PM   #38 
  - With my subsidy, my premium is $57 this year  sandnsea   Sep-09-09 01:39 AM   #4 
  - This year? You have a subsidy already?  villager   Sep-09-09 01:42 AM   #5 
     - Yep and yep. $57 a month  sandnsea   Sep-09-09 02:40 AM   #12 
        - But this subsidy is obviously different from anything in the bill being discussed  villager   Sep-09-09 02:43 AM   #13 
           - It's a state subsidy  sandnsea   Sep-09-09 12:18 PM   #33 
              - the debate seems to exist, all right  villager   Sep-09-09 05:57 PM   #39 
  - Right now I am covered by hubby's insurance  csziggy   Sep-09-09 01:43 AM   #6 
  - And..  stuball111   Sep-09-09 01:55 AM   #7 
  - lol, i too can move to where its free, but i think the point is to get it for everyone else  vadawg   Sep-09-09 02:24 AM   #10 
     - I whole heartedly agree  stuball111   Sep-09-09 10:30 PM   #40 
  - I'm not inclined to pay any protection money to the insurance mafia. n/t  Mojambo   Sep-09-09 02:11 AM   #8 
  - "Nice lookin' health you got there. Be a shame if anything happened to it..."  villager   Sep-09-09 02:44 AM   #14 
  - I will refuse. I will pay no Life Tax  demwing   Sep-09-09 02:23 AM   #9 
  - I have health insurance already through my wife's job  Indenturedebtor   Sep-09-09 02:32 AM   #11 
  - Where the fuck is the money supposed to come from? Is my employer going to  T Wolf   Sep-09-09 03:29 AM   #15 
  - why shouldn't they?  lilwunder   Sep-09-09 06:19 AM   #20 
     - "pay for the public option" with what? More money out of my pocket to replace something  T Wolf   Sep-09-09 08:21 AM   #24 
        - The public option is for people who don't have any ins. Employers  napi21   Sep-09-09 09:01 AM   #27 
           - right, they will be fined... 8%  lilwunder   Sep-09-09 09:42 AM   #30 
  - I know my husband is PISSED about this mandate thing. I totally agree  ejpoeta   Sep-09-09 04:51 AM   #16 
  - How can I pay for something I can not afford in the first place?! nt  and-justice-for-all   Sep-09-09 05:21 AM   #17 
  - that's sorta what I'm wondering....  villager   Sep-09-09 09:40 AM   #28 
  - No, it just means I will still pay more for less than modern countries  mmonk   Sep-09-09 06:08 AM   #18 
  - I am employed and already have insurance  Freddie Stubbs   Sep-09-09 06:11 AM   #19 
  - If you can afford to purchase health insurance, but refuse, expecting the government to cover you  elocs   Sep-09-09 06:45 AM   #21 
  - That's What Public Option Means...  KharmaTrain   Sep-09-09 06:53 AM   #23 
  - Already have insurance.  Yo_Mama_Been_Loggin   Sep-09-09 08:24 AM   #25 
  - How much does your employer pay...  lilwunder   Sep-09-09 09:44 AM   #31 
  - The concept of "forcing" anyone to do anything is completely assinine.  Javaman   Sep-09-09 08:36 AM   #26 
  - Gee, this isn't a push poll or anything  PVnRT   Sep-09-09 09:42 AM   #29 
  - uh, because they never are on DU?  villager   Sep-09-09 09:55 AM   #32 
  - WTF? How clueless can you be? What kind of idiotic spin is this?  johnaries   Sep-09-09 12:27 PM   #35 
  - ??  villager   Sep-09-09 03:07 PM   #37 
  - it depends on what it costs  guitar man   Sep-09-09 12:33 PM   #36 

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