Lol funny thing is, that's actually how it works with our money. Since its not backed by or tied to anything (i.e. gold), the federal reserve just prints it by the truckload. Which in turn devalues the dollar via inflation.I had free brain surgery. Totally for free, it didn't cost anyone anything. Money just magically appeared by the truck load and paid for all my problems. Obamacare saves lives, one magical moment at a time.
Sorry to hear about your hours cut back. So...that's not the fault of your employer?My job cut everyones hours down to 28 per week to avoid having to provide insurance so I had to go out and get a second job. Kinda the opposite of benefiting.
Knew it was gonna happen tho and have been telling the people who say obamacare is so noble how dumb they are for years.
No, businesses need to do what they can to survive. If the dumb **** of a president passes a law that makes businesses spend money unnecessarily, it forces their hand into making these types of decisions.Sorry to hear about your hours cut back. So...that's not the fault of your employer?
Not everyone can just up and change their situation. Contrary to what Obama wants you to think it's not any easier to find jobs out there.And, if you knew it was going to happen years in advance, why stay in that situation?
Is it the fault of the employer that the regulations imposed on them made it sensible to make such a cut?Sorry to hear about your hours cut back. So...that's not the fault of your employer?
Right, so you're statement about not paying a "dime" was incorrect...Certainly some of our tax dollars go to healthcare funding, but that's ok
Right, so you're statement about not paying a "dime" was incorrect...
In fact, you don't know how much you actually do pay?! Do you?
Wouldn't that be a useful thing to know? You also have plans that are selected for you, by your government. With procedures that are deems ok to be performed on you, based on factors THEY prioritize.
We, here in the U.S. have never had that. If we wanted something, WE decided for ourselves whether or not we were to get it.
We decided how much we wanted to spend (unlike you, who has no choice). And now we are losing our options that we were promised we could keep, losing doctors some of us have had our entire lives, that we were promised we could keep...
Sorry wibbly, but IMO, you're as wrong as could be... No disrespect...If you're rich sure... I hate to say this but I trust our government a whole lot more than I trust private sector insurance.
You can go on about the system in the US but sadly it falls short... On the world level the US ranks shamefully low when it comes to healthcare. Mainly because the entire system was built for the rich, not the people.