If your intention is to turn off readers STOP!
The information in this article applies to everyone.
“The information in this article applies to everyone.”
Yes, it does. People should at least skip to the last page where the author makes the point that if he, who has the time and expertise to deal with things like this, couldn’t make it work, other folks must be having a much harder time.
The drug issue is a huge one, generally even a sick person might avoid going to the doctor - but if you don’t take your needed medicine you’re going to end up in the hospital.
Even with the myriad of lies and hurdles they had to clear, they still what Obamascare to work! They are on crack!
And how, pray tell, can my comment, which came after the article, persuade people not to read it, or perhaps you are simply implying that fellow readers don't have a mind of their own and can choose to read it or not, regardless of what you or I have to say about it?
Furthermore, don't command me to do anything or forbid me to say anything I want to say, within the rules of F.R.
Many articles concerning the subject of this article have been posted at F.R., I infer what it's about from reading the comments and decided for myself, not to read what a queer has to say on the subject.
Thank you so much for finding and posting this.
Of course people like her (she worked at Politico?) would never tune into Mark Levin, but here’s what “the great one” says, like a broken record, about obamacare.
Paraphrasing, it’s a utopian statist DREAM, that will never work because, it is an impossibility. It cannot work. Never could, can’t, never will.
IF ONLY she knew that.
She still doesn’t know it. She’s mad at everyone involved because it hasn’t worked and she’s been through such an ordeal and built her whole life around it’s promises.
But no, she would never listen to Mark Levin tell her the simple, inescapable truth.
She’s been brainwashed throughout her life to believe in the veracity of such utter nonsense.
In my mind, I substituted “Stephanie” for Steve as I was reading the article. That enabled me to get through it.