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Published: Tuesday, Oct. 1 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Virginia Beach, VA

"Always blaming others", the motto for Obama and his followers. A better message for the military should be "You and your families deserve better than the dysfunction we're seeing in Congress, and the Oval Office."

clearfield, UT

If this Obama care thing was supposed to insure the uninsured people of America I ask two questions. Why then should it affect in any way people who already have insurance, which it does/is. And why are there still going to be millions of uninsured people after it is enacted? What a phony boondoggle. Shame on the American people for falling for another huge government intrusion into our private lives. Why don't you liberals see the real threat to freedom comes not from too little government, but from too large of a government. History has shown that fact over and over. Will you ever learn? Or don't you care?

Alpine, UT

American families not only deserve better than the dysfunction in Congress, they deserve better than the dysfunction in the White House.

Mcallen, TX

So what happens when public money is sucked up by Obama Care?

Will we become clay in hands of our former employees?

Is the transformation in motion?

Johnny Triumph
American Fork, UT

We've just added another very expensive govt program while ignoring they dying Social Security and Medicare/Medicaid. Shame on us for reelecting these people, they're only dragging us further and further into big govt and big debt.

Sandy, UT

According to an article in salt lake tribune, their is fierce competition from insurance companies offering plans under the ACA especially in Salt Lake County. There are four levels of plans to choose from and the lowest priced plan seems reasonable from a price stand point. Also as far as I can tell the prices are listed without subsidizes from the government.

So maybe the ACA will not be as bad as everybody says it will.

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