And many factory workers won't actually benefit from it because they tend to already have decent group plans. Many factory workers will find their costs go up, so even by your attempt to twist the definition back in your favor, it doesn't quite work.Parasites represent 100% of the people who will benefit from HCR, obviously.
We're not reforming what wealth it gobbles. We're reforming how much it gobbles. It's going to gobble way more and, unfortunately, some people are actually stupid enough to think this isn't going to gobble their wealth.HC in general gobbles wealth. We're just reforming what wealth it gobbles.
I'm not an "Obummer" type. I voted for him and I think he's doing a decent job. I'm a "be careful what you wish for" type. Despite the outward allure of this shiny object called HCR, it is filled with shit.Like all the other "Obummer" predictions that have come true so far?
Maybe that's where all the hot air that's causing global warming is coming from.
Health care reform is absolutely vitally necessary to the long term survival of this country. The bill that passed only hits on a few necessary points; there is a lot more reform ahead before we get to where we need to be.I'm a "be careful what you wish for" type. Despite the outward allure of this shiny object called HCR, it is filled with shit.