crazy0aces1 karma2013-11-21 03:41:37 UTC
The only thing I liked about the obviously failing obamacare law was that it helped people with pre-existing conditions get medical care.
The trade off that the insurance companies demanded (it seems) to make it mandatory for everyone in the US purchase hralthcare even if they don't want it.
This is what I don't like about obamacare.
That, and they put what seems to be an artificial "economic floor cost" on all insurance plans if they dont meet certain standards.
My question is, what would you do help those with pre-existing conditions get affordable health care without hurting their fellow neighbor's wallet?
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crazy0aces0 karma2013-08-14 02:13:47 UTC
Governor Johnson. It is common knowledge that libertarian party votes (whether we like it or not) take away from the Republican party. If Rand Paul is the nominee for the Republican party, will you run for president and risk "taking away" votes from him?
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