Do The American People Have A Choice Now?

Do Americans Have a Choice
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GOPICYMI·

ObamaCare “Strike Team” Member: People Losing Their Plans Is A Good Thing”…

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Do The American People Have A Choice Now?

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FOX NEWS.COM

Why ObamaCare is a fantastic success

There are two major political parties in America. I’m a member of the naïve, stupid, and cowardly one. I’m a Republican.

How stupid is the GOP? They still don’t get it.

I told them 5 years ago, 2 books ago, a national bestseller ago (“The Ultimate Obama Survival Guide“), and in hundreds of articles and commentaries, that ObamaCare was never meant to help America, or heal the sick, or lower healthcare costs, or lower the debt, or expand the economy.

The GOP needs to stop calling ObamaCare a “trainwreck.” That means it’s a mistake, or accident. That means it’s a gigantic flop, or failure. It’s NOT.

Message to the GOP: This isn’t a game. This isn’t tiddly-winks. This is a serious, purposeful attempt to highjack America and destroy capitalism.

This is a brilliant, cynical, and purposeful attempt to damage the U.S. economy, kill jobs, and bring down capitalism.

It’s not a failure, it’s Obama’s grand success.

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Compromise
Ryan-Murray

THE ATLANTIC

How Paul Ryan Won the Budget War—in 1 Chart

Compromise prevailed in Washington only because both sides agreed to accept a conservative budget.
MATTHEW O’BRIEN 

The budget wars are over, and the austerians won.

They won despite being wrong about everything. We aren’t Greece. Austerity doesn’t help the economy grow. The bond vigilantes aren’t coming for us if we don’t cut Social Security. And there’s no magic debt tipping point, above which growth disappears. No really, there isn’t.

But they still won. They won because counter-cyclical fiscal policy is counter-intuitive. Because it’s easier to convince people the government needs to act like a household and tighten its belt now, rather than loosen it. And because there’s nothing Washington’s professional “centrist” class loves more than a bipartisan deficit deal—preferably one that cuts Social Security and Medicare. As Ezra Kleinpoints out, deficit reduction is the one thing that ostensibly neutral reporters can, and do, cheer for. As far as official Washington is concerned, it’s beyond argument that balancing the nation’s books is always good.

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THE WESTERN CENTER FOR JOURNALISM

Is Barack Obama Mentally Unstable?

APRIL 15, 2013 BY DANIEL NOE     (Editor’s note: The following article has been endorsed by Israeli psychiatrist Dr. Sam Vaknin, the world’s leading expert on Narcissistic Personality Disorder and the author of “Malignant Self Love.”)

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Where Is The Truth And Compassion For American People?

Truth For America
Americans Need The Truths

Where Is The Truth And Compassion For American People?

By all indications it appears that the President, this Administration and much of the media have very little desire to share truths and compassion with the American People in these difficult times.  Millions of Americans are being adversely affected in many ways by current government policies. It goes beyond insurance for health care… it includes industries and jobs that are being destroyed…millions of jobs that are not being created that could be very easily, and much more.  People are being taught that they pocket more money by not working than by earning an honest living. Americans are asking why is this happening? Why do we have these punitive policies that hurt Americans?

Never have the American People been stonewalled by their President and Administration and been delayed in getting the real truths about critical issues in this country.   And especially those activities in which our President is directly involved! Is this the compassion that the Left has for the American People? The Administrations decisions are political…not for the good of U.S. Citizens!

The American taxpayers pay for all that you and your family enjoy Mr. President, your vacations, your trips, your unlimited staff in the White House, your expensive entertainment, your opportunity to hob-nob with those that you choose.

Your campaign contributors elect you to office as a result of your constant campaigning, however it is the taxpayers who are paying for your getting on Air Force One, playing golf when you obviously have more important things to do, your extremely expensive trips including excessive vacations as well as other discretionary expenses by you and your family.

Mr. President…with some of the truth revealed about your agenda, you now only represent some 35% to 45% of this country…which consists mostly of those who are party synchophants, are in government, are obligated to the government for their livelihood, are on government welfare and giveaway programs and some of the very rich elite that donate money because it puts much more money in their pockets by doing so. How does this feel Mr. President?

Your appearances, speeches, newstime and words are rarely out of earshot sir,  however many of the words are just rhetoric and do not include benefits and truth for the American People.

The citizens of this country deserve that you put aside your personal and political agendas and come clean with the truth for all Americans. Talk with us straightforwardly as friends do with one to another. Be a friend to the American People, Mr. President…speak all of the truths and make decisions that show compassion and caring for those other than who voted for you. America needs a full time President that represents all of it’s citizens!

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PATRIOT ACTION NETWORK

Trey Gowdy Demands Answers from the press On Benghazi

Dan Bennett on December 10, 2013 at 5:58pm

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NEWSMAX

Big Tech Companies Lash out at Government Snooping

Monday, 09 Dec 2013 04:28 PM

Silicon Valley is escalating pressure on President Barack Obama to curb the U.S. government surveillance programs that vacuum personal information off the Internet and threaten the technology industry’s financial livelihood.

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NEWSMAX

Lindsey Graham: ‘Worst is Yet to Come’ Under Obamacare

 By Bill Hoffmann    Monday, 09 Dec 2013 01:42 PM

Sen. Lindsey Graham says he’ll enroll in the Affordable Care Act and skip a taxpayer subsidy available to members of Congress even though his premium will skyrocket, The State newspaper reports.

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A Live Quote From Healthcare.gov    (entire quote)

Here Is A Live Healthcare.Gov Proposal For A 56 Year Old Male Earning $200 Per Month

This is a copy of a live proposal received on 12/09/2013 from Healthcare.gov. for a 56 year old male earning $200 per month, self-employed, and receiving food stamps. The applicant has been attempting to obtain a quotation from Healthcare.gov since 10/1/2013 and the website did not allow that. The applicant did not want to insert his personal identity data on the healthcare.gov website however needed healthcare insurance so much that acceptance of the risks outweighed the need for insurance. The applicant considers that the federal government is responsible in case his identity is stolen as a result of revealing it on this website.

The applicant’s reaction to this proposal is that “this President and Administration obviously have a financial agreement with the insurance companies involved to give them revenues to be profitable based on policies like this. This proposal is unbelievable…I make $200 per month, have pre-existing conditions, need health insurance and Obamacare was sold as something to address my needs. This was the only proposal that I received…just from one company…you would think in the State of Florida there would be more than one insurance provider. I continue to look for solutions for my healthcare insurance. Here is the quotation that I received…”

Affordable Care Act Proposal…

  • Monthly premium

    $620.19/mo.

    Deductible

    $3,500
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $6,250

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • 30% Coinsurance after deductible Primary doctor
    • 30% Coinsurance after deductible Specialist doctor
    • $10 Copay after deductible Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Everyday Health 1416

    • EPO
    • Bronze
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $635.96/mo.

    Deductible

    $6,000
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $6,250

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $40 Primary doctor
    • $60 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Essential (HSA) Plus 1430P

    • EPO
    • Bronze
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $639.41/mo.

    Deductible

    $3,500
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $6,250

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • 30% Coinsurance after deductible Primary doctor
    • 30% Coinsurance after deductible Specialist doctor
    • $10 Copay after deductible Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Everyday Health 1410

    • EPO
    • Silver
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $655.02/mo.

    Deductible

    $5,750
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $6,250

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $75 Primary doctor
    • 10% Coinsurance after deductible Specialist doctor
    • $20 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Everyday Health Plus 1416P

    • EPO
    • Bronze
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $655.66/mo.

    Deductible

    $6,000
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $6,250

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $40 Primary doctor
    • $60 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
    Dental: Child
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Everyday Health Plus 1410P

    • EPO
    • Silver
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $675.34/mo.

    Deductible

    $5,750
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $6,250

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $75 Primary doctor
    • 10% Coinsurance after deductible Specialist doctor
    • $20 Generic prescription
    Dental: Child
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Essential 1406

    • EPO
    • Silver
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $709.20/mo.

    Deductible

    $2,100
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $4,200

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • 10% Coinsurance after deductible Primary doctor
    • 10% Coinsurance after deductible Specialist doctor
    • $10 Copay after deductible Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Everyday Health 1431

    • EPO
    • Silver
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $721.50/mo.

    Deductible

    $5,000
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $6,350

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $25 Primary doctor
    • $50 Specialist doctor
    • $25 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Essential Plus 1406P

    • EPO
    • Silver
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $731.18/mo.

    Deductible

    $2,100
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $4,200

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • 10% Coinsurance after deductible Primary doctor
    • 10% Coinsurance after deductible Specialist doctor
    • $10 Copay after deductible Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Everyday Health Plus 1431P

    • EPO
    • Silver
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $743.87/mo.

    Deductible

    $5,000
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $6,350

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $25 Primary doctor
    • $50 Specialist doctor
    • $25 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Everyday Health 1420

    • EPO
    • Gold
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $752.58/mo.

    Deductible

    $2,500
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $6,250

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $20 Primary doctor
    • $50 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Predictable Cost 1423

    • EPO
    • Silver
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $761.79/mo.

    Deductible

    $5,000
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $6,250

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $55 Primary doctor
    • $75 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Essential 1401

    • EPO
    • Gold
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $769.91/mo.

    Deductible

    $1,300
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $2,600

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • 10% Coinsurance after deductible Primary doctor
    • 10% Coinsurance after deductible Specialist doctor
    • $10 Copay after deductible Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Everyday Health Plus 1420P

    • EPO
    • Gold
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $775.92/mo.

    Deductible

    $2,500
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $6,250

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $20 Primary doctor
    • $50 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
    Dental: Child
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Predictable Cost Plus 1423P

    • EPO
    • Silver
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $785.38/mo.

    Deductible

    $5,000
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $6,250

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $55 Primary doctor
    • $75 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Essential Plus 1401P

    • EPO
    • Gold
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $793.79/mo.

    Deductible

    $1,300
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $2,600

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • 10% Coinsurance after deductible Primary doctor
    • 10% Coinsurance after deductible Specialist doctor
    • $10 Copay after deductible Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Predictable Cost 1413

    • EPO
    • Gold
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $816.21/mo.

    Deductible

    $3,000
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $5,000

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $20 Primary doctor
    • $40 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Everyday Health Premier 1420V

    • EPO
    • Gold
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $816.27/mo.

    Deductible

    $2,500
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $6,250

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $20 Primary doctor
    • $50 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Everyday Health 1418

    • EPO
    • Platinum
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $840.95/mo.

    Deductible

    $850
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $2,500

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $15 Primary doctor
    • $20 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Predictable Cost Plus 1413P

    • EPO
    • Gold
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $841.53/mo.

    Deductible

    $3,000
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $5,000

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $20 Primary doctor
    • $40 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Everyday Health Plus 1418P

    • EPO
    • Platinum
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $867.02/mo.

    Deductible

    $850
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $2,500

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $15 Primary doctor
    • $20 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions All Copay 1424

    • EPO
    • Platinum
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $882.52/mo.

    Deductible

    $0
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $2,000

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $10 Primary doctor
    • $20 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions All Copay Plus 1424P

    • EPO
    • Platinum
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $909.87/mo.

    Deductible

    $0
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $2,000

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $10 Primary doctor
    • $20 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
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  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida BlueOptions Everyday Health Premier 1418V

    • EPO
    • Platinum
    • National provider network
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    Monthly premium

    $912.12/mo.

    Deductible

    $850
    group total

    Out–of–pocket maximum

    $2,500

    Copayments / Coinsurance

    • $15 Primary doctor
    • $20 Specialist doctor
    • $10 Generic prescription
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    Dental: Adult & Child
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