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Forum Post: Poll shows most small businesses fear health care law

Posted 6 years ago on Jan. 20, 2012, 11:19 a.m. EST by muddFlapp (-108)
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Another one of Obama's many failures. Hope he has a good time at Disneyland today while so many Americans are suffering because of his failed policies http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/01/19/most-small-business-fear-health-care-law/?test=latestnews?test=latestnews



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[-] 2 points by beautifulworld (22858) 6 years ago

Would you say small businesses are also against basic universal healthcare? Just curious. It would seem to me if we had basic universal healthcare (coverage for catastrophic care only) that that would lift a huge burden off of small businesses. If they wanted to provide a better plan, they could, but everyone would have a basic level of coverage to begin with.

I agree that Obama's plan is ridden with errors.

[-] -1 points by muddFlapp (-108) 6 years ago

Do we need universal healthcare? Yes we do but I believe that this plan, although the Obama admin wasted 2 years on it is terrible. It raises premiums and taxes both. Also many small business's are now reluctant to hire because of it, not to mention that some union based companies do not have to sign on because the are Obama contributors. If we have to take this insurance then "everyone" should be made to take it. Congress is also exempt because Obama said that they already have a "golden plan" in place. Sure they do because we pay for it

[-] 1 points by beautifulworld (22858) 6 years ago

Okay. I personally think they are all wrong with how they go about healthcare. First of all it is insurance, not a reimbursement plan. They should provide universal healthcare (insurance) on a very basic level for every American. I think it should only cover catastrophic illness or injuries. The plan should not cover office visits, preventive care etc. People can pay for that themselves or buy a private plan that only covers that.

If they could relieve Americans from the worry that they will go bankrupt if they become ill that would be a boon in my mind. And, if the pool included everyone it would be extremely cheap.

[-] 1 points by ZenDogTroll (13032) from South Burlington, VT 6 years ago

Do we need universal healthcare? Yes we do . . . .

I don't believe you just posted that. I do not believe it because the following quotes illustrate an analytical capacity of a two year old -

and anyone who claims the President somehow ran the economy into the ditch is simply regurgitating the repelican party line - which includes by the way -

a system of privatized everything . . .

One of many fine examples why I hate repelicans

[-] 0 points by muddFlapp (-88) 0 minutes ago

Yes Mr shoe shine is over qualified, that is why he has the economy in the ditch eh???

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Turning to racial stereotype as opposed to any evidence whatsoever.


and yet another fine example of why

  • the repelican party is DONE
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[-] -1 points by FreeDiscussion1 (109) 6 years ago

Businesses should be prevented from providing healthcare insurance to its employees.