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Published: Thursday, June 28 2012 11:41 a.m. MDT

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cjb
Bountiful, UT

This law doesn't decrease freedom. It transfers some of it from the well to do ... to the poor among us.

Aussie Teacher
WESTON, VT

What kind of country allows this to happen:
"The expense of her breast cancer treatments led to bankruptcy and foreclosure for her family over a horrific 10-year period. Finally, it cost so much that she could no longer afford health insurance...?
A woman becomes ill and this means that her family are bankrupted and lose their home. What an evil society the US is underneath all the false hype that is put out.
Just recently my beloved had a scare. She needed to see a specialist and then had to have day surgery performed by the head of the unit.
Cost me $75 only because we decided that we wanted the same doctor who saw her first to do the operation. If we adn't asked for that the fee would have been zero. Nothing. Certainly didn't cause me to lose my house or anythin else.Yet Americans see this as quite okay for a sick personto lose everything.

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