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Now states are getting waivers from HC bill?

Why all these waivers for such a wonderful piece of legislation?

PORTLAND, Maine - The federal government Tuesday granted Maine a waiver of a key provision in President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, citing the likelihood that enforcement could destabilize the state's market for individual health insurance.

Aren't supporters at least BEGINNING to think perhaps this bill isn't exactly as it was purported to be?


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Asked by Carpy at 2:54 PM on Mar. 9, 2011 in Politics & Current Events

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  • I think TN is giving the citizens the right to opt out of the program also. Hilarious.



    Answer by jewjewbee at 3:04 PM on Mar. 9, 2011

  • Where is the SEIU to stand UP for how great ObamaCare will be for this nation... Ohhhhh Errrrrrr WAIT~ Many state SEIU divisions received Waivers.... Classic....

    Answer by grlygrlz2 at 3:11 PM on Mar. 9, 2011

  • The bill was purported to be health insurance reform, which it is.

    Answer by UpSheRises at 3:13 PM on Mar. 9, 2011

  • So, USR, obama's campaigning all over this nation and promoting this bill as Affordable Care Act was a lie? Ohhh no, not Obama~ he wouldn't lie to the people. Lol. ::insert sarcasm here::

    Answer by grlygrlz2 at 3:19 PM on Mar. 9, 2011

  • Aww...c'mon PA....wai-ver, wai-ver, wai-ver!! LOL :o)

    Answer by LoriKeet at 3:33 PM on Mar. 9, 2011

  • Isn't it interesting that this ADMIN. has NO problem in discriminating against ALL the rest of us, who do NOT have waivers?

    Answer by agentwanda at 3:47 PM on Mar. 9, 2011

  • The bill was purported to be health insurance reform, which it is.

    So, do you think it is reformed?

    Comment by Carpy (original poster) at 3:49 PM on Mar. 9, 2011

  • This was Olympia Snow's pay-off. She knew what she was voting for and didn't want any part of it. This also opens up an 'equal protection' debate though. If one entire state can get a waiver, all 50 can get a waiver under equal protection.

    Answer by jesse123456 at 6:24 PM on Mar. 9, 2011

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