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Ohio should expand Medicaid program

May 12, 2013

DEAR EDITOR: House Republicans chose to remove the Medicaid expansion language from the budget....

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reallytiredofit

May-18-13 11:29 AM

If you change your name from USBLUES to ITISNTEASYBEINGFREE , does that mean you are no longer an ex con? Just wondering if that was why you changed your name Sonnyblue?

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liemonger

May-16-13 10:45 PM

You're confusing us, moonbat.

Probably has something to do with NOT being able to do anything for yourself... like think.

You're welcome. For everything, leech.

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Citizen1

May-16-13 10:21 PM

You just keep digging yourself deeper and deeper.

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NomoreCrap

May-16-13 8:12 PM

Oh, "itisnteasybeingfree"

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liemonger

May-16-13 7:21 PM

Only in your libtard nanny guberment world.

Meanwhile, back in reality where people who can think for themselves.....

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Citizen1

May-16-13 11:09 AM

Getting the last word in does not equate to victory. I owned you. Accept that.

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liemonger

May-15-13 10:13 PM

"Accept defeat."

Sounds like the story of your life and you girl, brastard.

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brasco

May-15-13 7:42 AM

Don't waste your time with these cool aid drinking faux newswatching tea leaves Citizen..not worth the time.

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Citizen1

May-14-13 9:20 PM

Accept defeat.

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liemonger

May-14-13 7:43 PM

"Yes, I did. I am a healthcare professional and am far more educated on many levels than you are"

Nope. Not in this lifetime, sunshine.

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ItIsntEasyBeingFree

May-14-13 3:39 PM

Not a guess! Medicare and government funded healthcare is driving up costs! Did you get your $2500 reduction from Obamacare?

Your a Citizen alright! A Mia informed one!

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ItIsntEasyBeingFree

May-14-13 3:39 PM

Not a guess! Medicare and government funded healthcare is driving up costs! Did you get your $2500 reduction from Obamacare?

Your a Citizen alright! A Mia informed one!

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Citizen1

May-14-13 1:26 PM

In 1970, it was 6% of the GDP. In 1980, it was 9% of the GDP. In 1990, it was 11% of the GDP. In 2000, it was 14%. It's not just Medicare, solid guess though.

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ItIsntEasyBeingFree

May-14-13 1:00 PM

NoMoreCrack,

These people don't get Medicaid today because they dont qualify due to the fact they make too much money! Rather than put them in Medicaid they will be able to get Affordable Healthcare under Obamacare!

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ItIsntEasyBeingFree

May-14-13 10:05 AM

Facts! Lol! Healthcare cost rising! Okay, but duh? Opining on single payer? Not fact! I countered your rising cost showing the correlation to rising costs since 60s with the introduction of Medicare!

Just flat out stupidity!

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Citizen1

May-14-13 6:06 AM

Yes, I did. I am a healthcare professional and am far more educated on many levels than you are.

You get all of your news from conservative talk radio and TV, so you assume any opposing view is acquired from liberal TV, sorry, I don't watch that crap. I formulate my own opinions, unlike you. You resort to name calling to try to belittle your opponent. When you can't argue with facts, just call the, a retard or an idiot... Hah. Looks like I owned you with this argument.

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ItIsntEasyBeingFree

May-14-13 12:14 AM

Glad Obamacare is going to fix it! Unbelievable!

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ItIsntEasyBeingFree

May-14-13 12:13 AM

Health-care costs have risen much faster than income in the United States over the last 50 years, rising from 5% of Gross Domestic Product in 1960 to nearly 18% today.

Hey idiot!

In the United States, Medicare is a national social insurance program, administered by the U.S. federal government since 1965, that guarantees access to health insurance for Americans aged 65 and older and younger people with disabilities as well as people with end stage renal disease

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liemonger

May-13-13 11:56 PM

Ohh.. and the obesity rate, but why would you understand that?

That fat moonbat, Chris Hardballs failed to program you with that.

But, you're not looking for the truth, liar.

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ItIsntEasyBeingFree

May-13-13 11:56 PM

Citizen, why do we still have best healthcare in the world?

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liemonger

May-13-13 11:55 PM

"Health-care costs have risen much faster than income in the United States over the last 50 years"

From printing money, idiot.

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liemonger

May-13-13 11:53 PM

"That's a # pulled out of your arse. I spent time at Louis Stokes VA in Cleveland, and the quality of care there was excellent. "

No you didn't you liar.

Shame they can't enforce the Stolen Valor Act.

Any retard can have it spoon fed to the by watching the 60 Minutes special on...

Of course the NON LIARS have lived it.

Socialism is a failure.

Like you.

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Citizen1

May-13-13 9:59 PM

Health-care costs have risen much faster than income in the United States over the last 50 years, rising from 5% of Gross Domestic Product in 1960 to nearly 18% today. Some of the increase in costs in the United States, as with other countries, is associated with improvements in care and longevity. Costs have risen much faster in the United States, however, because of the growing administrative burden of our private health-insurance system.

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Citizen1

May-13-13 7:37 PM

"80%+ of the errors are done by the VA."

That's a # pulled out of your arse. I spent time at Louis Stokes VA in Cleveland, and the quality of care there was excellent. It was one of the most organized hospitals I've been at and their focus on patient care is unlike any I've seen.

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Citizen1

May-13-13 7:35 PM

Polls, in countries with single payer systems, show that a very strong majority are satisfied with the healthcare they receive. The US lags behind most of the countries with a single payer system:

gallup.c om/poll/117205/Americans-Not-Feeling-Health-Benefits-High-Spending.aspx

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