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ipaint Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Nov-13-09 08:22 AM
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11. Wall street has always been perfectly fine with option 2
Is reform something wall street should continue to see rising stock prices as a result of? Profits made by a private business that denies care.
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  -Goldman To Private Insurers: No Health Care Reform At All Is Best SpartanDem  Nov-13-09 12:48 AM   #0 
  - Actually, Kucinich & most of DU sharply disagree with Goldman Sachs  geek tragedy   Nov-13-09 05:21 AM   #1 
  - Rofl! Yup! nt  HamdenRice   Nov-13-09 07:27 AM   #4 
  - it's really less than 25% of DU, but they scream the loudest  Aramchek   Nov-13-09 11:53 AM   #20 
     - Yeah, it's  Cha   Nov-13-09 01:18 PM   #23 
  - They are going to get either nothing or a watered down version of the senate  ipaint   Nov-13-09 07:23 AM   #2 
  - Um, Kucinich voted against the 'worst case scenario' for the corporations.  geek tragedy   Nov-13-09 07:27 AM   #3 
  - That's not why he said he voted no.  ipaint   Nov-13-09 07:57 AM   #6 
     - No one is under the illusion that the House bill is close to perfect.  geek tragedy   Nov-13-09 08:01 AM   #8 
        - Wall street has always been perfectly fine with option 2  ipaint   Nov-13-09 08:22 AM   #11 
  - Goldman's analysis is from the perspective of a shareholder.  Nicholas D Wolfwood   Nov-13-09 07:51 AM   #5 
  - Isn't that the perspective of congress.  ipaint   Nov-13-09 07:58 AM   #7 
     - The Republicans have that perspective.  geek tragedy   Nov-13-09 08:02 AM   #9 
        - And the majority of democrats which is why they are voting for it.  ipaint   Nov-13-09 08:20 AM   #10 
           - Huh? The best case scenario for them is no reform.  geek tragedy   Nov-13-09 08:44 AM   #13 
              - And the CLOSE second option is?  ipaint   Nov-13-09 08:56 AM   #14 
                 - 2nd best choice is a watered down version of Senate Finance.  geek tragedy   Nov-13-09 08:59 AM   #16 
                    - A close second produces almost identical results.  ipaint   Nov-13-09 09:13 AM   #17 
  - You base this on what?  SpartanDem   Nov-13-09 01:00 PM   #22 
     - Of course it's going to be worse. Every single step in this process from the beginning has made  ipaint   Nov-13-09 02:13 PM   #24 
        - Your logic completely defies the legislative process  SpartanDem   Nov-13-09 03:07 PM   #25 
           - Well on that we'll jst have to see. The ins. companies are buying this bill so I don't see it  ipaint   Nov-13-09 03:29 PM   #26 
           - Here we go.  ipaint   Nov-14-09 09:34 AM   #29 
  - Wall street killed the public option. It was either them or us, there is no inbetween.  ipaint   Nov-13-09 08:30 AM   #12 
  - That's funny!  ellie   Nov-13-09 08:58 AM   #15 
  - Lumping Dennis Kucinich in with Goldman Sachs? My ignore list has already  salguine   Nov-13-09 09:29 AM   #18 
  - For what pointing that DK voted with Wall St.  SpartanDem   Nov-13-09 11:41 AM   #19 
  - GS seems to show that the House Bill including a mandate is bad for the insurers.  andym   Nov-13-09 12:25 PM   #21 
  - Sure, bail-out Goldman, but not the uninsured?  DailyGrind51   Nov-14-09 07:54 AM   #27 
  - Heath Insurance should not be 'for profit'--let alone sold on the stock market.  flpoljunkie   Nov-14-09 08:21 AM   #28 

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