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To: lward99

Odd how they don’t see that by putting Insurance companies out of business they will be adding to the massive unemployment already hurting the country.

If this were to go nation wide (and I’m sure it would) then hundreds of thousands, if not millions, will be out of work with no prospects for future employment.

Unions need to be crushed. Same with their Democrat pets.


4 posted on 12/07/2012 3:00:48 PM PST by History Repeats (sic transit gloria mundi)
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To: History Repeats
Odd how they don’t see that by putting Insurance companies out of business they will be adding to the massive unemployment

Of course they see it. It's part of the plan. If they can drive the insurance companies out of business, guess what happens next. Nationalized insurance run by unionized civil servants. And the insurance will be mandatory, just like health care.

Further down the road I expect the government to nationalize all retirement plans, public and private, in order to correct unfairness and because most pension plans are underfunded. They'll just put all of the funds including social security into one pot and then "administer" it fairly.

10 posted on 12/07/2012 3:53:00 PM PST by oldbrowser (Put Obama in check, now.)
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To: History Repeats
Odd how they don’t see that by putting Insurance companies out of business they will be adding to the massive unemployment already hurting the country.

Maybe just the opposite. It will probably take twice as many government workers to replace the people who now do the job at private insurance companies. Big Brother will have a job for everyone, don't ya know. ;~((

22 posted on 12/07/2012 7:35:43 PM PST by Ditto
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