"How smoothly all this works is one of the big unknowns. It could get
tedious if discrepancies take time to resolve."----------------Well, if the reporter really thinks the smoothness
of how this ridiculous mess will work is an "unknown", especially after
the numerous delays, exemptions, waivers and various buy offs to favored
constituencies that have **already** happened, then this reporter should find
other work.It IS a gargantuan mess and it will only get worse. All
of the shills for Obama who have been trying to sell us this farce ever since it
got passed (by other Obama shills) will continue their snake oil Obamacare sales
pitch. But, for any who have any honesty and integrity at all, it will always
appear to be exactly the socialist scam that it is.
Me so sorry for woefulness. No doubt everyone else is more hip to WJ thinking.
Mark Bsorry you so woefully misunderstood my comment. I was asking who
pays for all the subsidies to obamacare, not for the obamacare advertisement put
out by the AP that the DN chose to run.
The article comes from the AP. That would mean that DN "pays" for it,
along with hundreds of other articles they may choose to print.I
hope that answers lost's question. Apparently he has no problem not knowing
the payment arrangements for the Liljenquist article on the editorial page.
Where is the required disclaimer at the top of this advertisement that lets you
know it IS an ad and not a news story?“if you're like
most people, you'll be getting a tax credit to help pay your
premiums.”Who is paying for this? The money has to come from
somewhere.spring street,we voted out the congress that voted
for this monstrosity that you have to pass before you can know what’s in
We have a national debt equal to $560,000 for every second in a year,--and you
want more funding?Where do you come up with "a congress that
votes for a law then vote against funding"? Excessive funding
has polluted our economy.
@WorfYou're right we should not vote for a congress that votes for a
law then vote against funding it.
This country gets what it voted for.