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Pete Sessions tells his constituents they don't know how to listen.

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Sounds like the Organizing for Action thugs received their Toolkits in the mail in time for the meeting.

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Sounds like the Organizing for Action thugs received their Toolkits in the mail in time for the meeting.

That's the only logical explanation because Donny's policies wildly popular among all Americans.

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That's the only logical explanation because Donny's policies wildly popular among all Americans.

I certainly want my healthcare taken away and want to give more of my tax money to the ultra-wealthy who need it instead of the poor and the elderly. And poor children should proudly go without food so that the wealthy can finally live in comfort.

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I certainly want my healthcare taken away and want to give more of my tax money to the ultra-wealthy who need it instead of the poor and the elderly. And poor children should proudly go without food so that the wealthy can finally live in comfort.

I just wish they would raise taxes on the poor so the rich wouldn't have to pay so much.

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I certainly want my healthcare taken away and want to give more of my tax money to the ultra-wealthy who need it instead of the poor and the elderly. And poor children should proudly go without food so that the wealthy can finally live in comfort.

And you achieve healthcare for the poor and the elderly by saddling the middle class families that don't qualify for subsidies with $12,000 deductibles?

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And you achieve healthcare for the poor and the elderly by saddling the middle class families that don't qualify for subsidies with $12,000 deductibles?

The poor and elderly are so greedy. 

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And you achieve healthcare for the poor and the elderly by saddling the middle class families that don't qualify for subsidies with $12,000 deductibles?

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Clinton won the vote in Sessions' district. Sessions didn't have a Democratic challenger in this last election, but if he screws around too much he could eat it if the wrong person comes along.

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The poor and elderly are so greedy.

 

Quite a useless post, if that was meant to rebut anything.

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Care to elaborate beyond emoticons?But I will entertain you briefly. I am middle class and in NC we have few options; but my plan through the ACA doesn't have deductibles that high and the deductibles I do have are for major things. I currently have a silver plan and it includes a $10 co-pay for doctor visits, $200 deductible for prescriptions, then it's $10-copay. I also have co-pays for about everything else. The only thing that I would consider "high" would be if I have to go to the emergency room.

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Care to elaborate beyond emoticons?But I will entertain you briefly. I am middle class and in NC we have few options; but my plan through the ACA doesn't have deductibles that high and the deductibles I do have are for major things. I currently have a silver plan and it includes a $10 co-pay for doctor visits, $200 deductible for prescriptions, then it's $10-copay. I also have co-pays for about everything else. The only thing that I would consider "high" would be if I have to go to the emergency room.

 

I'm happy for you. What about the tens of thousands of other people with $7-8-900 a month premiums, with a now $12,000 deductible, (rendering it for the most part useless), to help you "get yours"? Just collateral damage?

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Quite a useless post, if that was meant to rebut anything.

I resemble that remark!

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I'm happy for you. What about the tens of thousands of other people with $7-8-900 a month premiums, with a now $12,000 deductible, (rendering it for the most part useless), to help you "get yours"? Just collateral damage?

Sorry, I told you I would only indulge your talking points briefly. I have heard it all before and, quite frankly, being that I went on the exchanges and saw every plan available, your talking point is just not believable. So your question is based on lies, propaganda by anti-ACA groups.

 

If you would ask, do I think that my tax money should go towards subsidies for those less fortunate than myself, my answer would be "Yes!"

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Ok, I get it. Real people who were happy with their healthcare, and had it upended with deductibles off the charts so as to make the plans totally useless is just a ruse, just a talking point. You can't honestly debate it, just summarily dismiss the issue altogether. Personally, I don't particularly care for the idea of one party rule, but this type of denial, and belligerence, will not win over any moderates/independents, in 2018.

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I'm happy for you. What about the tens of thousands of other people with $7-8-900 a month premiums, with a now $12,000 deductible, (rendering it for the most part useless), to help you "get yours"? Just collateral damage?

Link? How does Trumpcare fix that?

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And you achieve healthcare for the poor and the elderly by saddling the middle class families that don't qualify for subsidies with $12,000 deductibles?

You understand that under the ACA OOP is capped at $12k per year as well. Never fear, Trump's plan eliminates caps.

 

To paraphrase Clint, you feeling lucky punk?

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You understand that under the ACA OOP is capped at $12k per year as well. Never fear, Trump's plan eliminates caps.

 

To paraphrase Clint, you feeling lucky punk?

Under the ACA the 12,000 plans where designed for the healthy young people to get the cheapest plan they could get.

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You understand that under the ACA OOP is capped at $12k per year as well. Never fear, Trump's plan eliminates caps.

 

To paraphrase Clint, you feeling lucky punk?

He just keeps on spitting out his talking points/alternative facts. He really doesn't know how or even want a real discussion.

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I certainly want my healthcare taken away and want to give more of my tax money to the ultra-wealthy who need it instead of the poor and the elderly. And poor children should proudly go without food so that the wealthy can finally live in comfort.

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He just keeps on spitting out his talking points/alternative facts. He really doesn't know how or even want a real discussion.

Have you ever seen me post a link from say, Breitbart, Zerohedge, or other far right websites to buttress a point? Nope, and you never will. Yet most lefties on this forum regularly copy and paste long winded diatribes linked to websites that are to the left of Lenin like Daily Kos, Huffpo, Slate, Salon, the list is endless. Yet I can't recall a single time, where you ever blathered on like a broken record about their "talking points ". McOrioles was right. There's been no chance of a reasonable exchange of ideas with your side of the aisle since Nov. 9th. Just snark, condescension, and outright hysteria.

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Have you ever seen me post a link from say, Breitbart, Zerohedge, or other far right websites to buttress a point? Nope, and you never will. Yet most lefties on this forum regularly copy and paste long winded diatribes linked to websites that are to the left of Lenin like Daily Kos, Huffpo, Slate, Salon, the list is endless. Yet I can't recall a single time, where you ever blathered on like a broken record about their "talking points ". McOrioles was right. There's been no chance of a reasonable exchange of ideas with your side of the aisle since Nov. 9th. Just snark, condescension, and outright hysteria.

 

Sounds like the Republican party since 2008

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Sounds like the Republican party since 2008

In typical fashion, no reasonable response. Just more juvenile "They did it too" finger pointing.

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