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I am so tired of these post election gripes..........move on dammit!

Posted by on Nov. 13, 2012 at 11:22 PM
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I'm tired of folks griping about these conspiracy theories and all kinds of underlying racist shyt! Who fuqing cares who's president. Every president that has served has fuqued up while in office. If you care so much, why don't you take your ass to the white house and do the damn job and let me know how it go! This some bullshyt, it is not that damn serious! Be thankful, you have your health and your family. (drops mic and walks off)
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Dzyre1115
by Bronze Member on Nov. 14, 2012 at 2:00 AM
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 Let me guess.....you voted for Obama?  Am I right, am I right?  What do I win?

giftedone78
by on Nov. 14, 2012 at 8:50 AM
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It doesn't matter who I voted for.............I'm just tired of the bitching and griping!
Anonymous
by Anonymous 1 on Nov. 14, 2012 at 9:13 AM
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Just be happy that Obama won and ignore the sour grapes!  They're just looking for excuses on why their candidate wasn't as good as our President.

This country would be in so much trouble if Romney won. 

 

giftedone78
by on Nov. 14, 2012 at 9:35 AM
What really have me so agitated is what I watched on the history channel, " The Men Who Built America". Most of the things that happened back then is relevant today, the haves and the have nots. Its was a good show by the way maybe one sided but who knows! The only difference now is that these folks ( rich folks) are even more ruthless and not caring for the person that busts their ass to work for them. It is sad what the world is coming to only because the person they prepaid for is not in office. That is how it all started back in 1896 when money was donated to campaigns for the president of their choice who was in a co-op with the big companies back then Carnegie Steel, Standard Oil ( Rockafeller) and JP Morgan. They weren't regulated so a lot of people suffered.
Anonymous
by Anonymous 2 on Nov. 14, 2012 at 9:45 AM
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My son's health is bad and his specialist are all about to 'retire' due to universal healthcare.  They have signs up stating they will be going to cash only patients.  So should I be 'thankful'?  When a NON-doctor gets to decide his treatment should I be thankful?  I pray you never have to worry about your employer dropping their insurance plan and paying the fine for not having insurance or have a child that comes down with a diease that effects their whole central nervous system.  I know what it is like and now I am fearful for his future.  


Anonymous
by Anonymous 3 on Nov. 14, 2012 at 9:48 AM
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But that is not the presidents fault.
It comes down to greed.
Your sons dr obviously cares more about money, than the health of his patients. THAT is what is sad.

Quoting Anonymous:

My son's health is bad and his specialist are all about to 'retire' due to universal healthcare.  They have signs up stating they will be going to cash only patients.  So should I be 'thankful'?  When a NON-doctor gets to decide his treatment should I be thankful?  I pray you never have to worry about your employer dropping their insurance plan and paying the fine for not having insurance or have a child that comes down with a diease that effects their whole central nervous system.  I know what it is like and now I am fearful for his future.  


giftedone78
by on Nov. 14, 2012 at 9:59 AM
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Quoting Anonymous:

My son's health is bad and his specialist are all about to 'retire' due to universal healthcare.  They have signs up stating they will be going to cash only patients.  So should I be 'thankful'?  When a NON-doctor gets to decide his treatment should I be thankful?  I pray you never have to worry about your employer dropping their insurance plan and paying the fine for not having insurance or have a child that comes down with a diease that effects their whole central nervous system.  I know what it is like and now I am fearful for his future.  






There is no universal healthcare in the US. Educate yourself on "healthcare reform" http://www.healthcare.gov/law/index.html
All laws passed of course needs tweeking, you are in control.
Anonymous
by Anonymous 2 on Nov. 14, 2012 at 10:00 AM
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Make sure that I understand you.  Let's say you spent 10-12 years in school to become a dual major doctor and scarficed your youth to become the best in your field.  You charge $200 for a visit because you are advanced in that field.  A private insurance says I will pay $150 for the visit and you accept it because they refer alot of patients.  Medicare comes in and says sorry you only get $75.  Then comes along government/universal healthcare who will say you only get 25-75.  Why would you work for 25-75 when someone is willing to pay your original asking price?  Be honest with yourself if you had their talent what would you really do?  It is not about greed.  The doctor gives time to the MDA and Shriners clinic so I pray my child can see him through there.

Half of America is excited about universal care until the talented doctors quit and the new doctors coming in decide to go in another field.  Let's not forget the 16K new IRS agents who will be ready to audit you.

Quoting Anonymous:

But that is not the presidents fault.
It comes down to greed.
Your sons dr obviously cares more about money, than the health of his patients. THAT is what is sad.

Quoting Anonymous:

My son's health is bad and his specialist are all about to 'retire' due to universal healthcare.  They have signs up stating they will be going to cash only patients.  So should I be 'thankful'?  When a NON-doctor gets to decide his treatment should I be thankful?  I pray you never have to worry about your employer dropping their insurance plan and paying the fine for not having insurance or have a child that comes down with a diease that effects their whole central nervous system.  I know what it is like and now I am fearful for his future.  



Anonymous
by Anonymous 2 on Nov. 14, 2012 at 10:02 AM

You may want to check on everything happening in 2014.  Why do you think most of the 'reform' is not happening till 2014 (oh conventiently after the election).  You will be required to have insurance.  If your employer takes the fine you will be required to buy government insurance.  If this is not the case please give me a place to review it so I can print it out for when they fine me on my taxes for not having health insurance.

Quoting giftedone78:

Quoting Anonymous:

My son's health is bad and his specialist are all about to 'retire' due to universal healthcare.  They have signs up stating they will be going to cash only patients.  So should I be 'thankful'?  When a NON-doctor gets to decide his treatment should I be thankful?  I pray you never have to worry about your employer dropping their insurance plan and paying the fine for not having insurance or have a child that comes down with a diease that effects their whole central nervous system.  I know what it is like and now I am fearful for his future.  







There is no universal healthcare in the US. Educate yourself on "healthcare reform" http://www.healthcare.gov/law/index.html
All laws passed of course needs tweeking, you are in control.


Anonymous
by Anonymous 3 on Nov. 14, 2012 at 10:05 AM
It IS greedy! I don't care how long they spent in school. They become drs to help people! I don't know how long specialist appointments take (i can guess based on my moms experiences with special drs) but there is NO REASON to shut your practice down because some people (or their insuance) can only afford $25 for 15 minutes of your time.
Graciously ACCEPT what money you get for your service.

This is why our country is so screwed. Helping people should never be about how much money you can get out of them.

Quoting Anonymous:

Make sure that I understand you.  Let's say you spent 10-12 years in school to become a dual major doctor and scarficed your youth to become the best in your field.  You charge $200 for a visit because you are advanced in that field.  A private insurance says I will pay $150 for the visit and you accept it because they refer alot of patients.  Medicare comes in and says sorry you only get $75.  Then comes along government/universal healthcare who will say you only get 25-75.  Why would you work for 25-75 when someone is willing to pay your original asking price?  Be honest with yourself if you had their talent what would you really do?  It is not about greed.  The doctor gives time to the MDA and Shriners clinic so I pray my child can see him through there.

Half of America is excited about universal care until the talented doctors quit and the new doctors coming in decide to go in another field.  Let's not forget the 16K new IRS agents who will be ready to audit you.


Quoting Anonymous:

But that is not the presidents fault.

It comes down to greed.

Your sons dr obviously cares more about money, than the health of his patients. THAT is what is sad.



Quoting Anonymous:

My son's health is bad and his specialist are all about to 'retire' due to universal healthcare.  They have signs up stating they will be going to cash only patients.  So should I be 'thankful'?  When a NON-doctor gets to decide his treatment should I be thankful?  I pray you never have to worry about your employer dropping their insurance plan and paying the fine for not having insurance or have a child that comes down with a diease that effects their whole central nervous system.  I know what it is like and now I am fearful for his future.  



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