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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 9 2013 11:37 a.m. MDT

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Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

That's not a "tweak", unless you consider it tweaking the nose of taxpayers.
The government could have called it April 1st and given us an extra month.
After all, businesses got an extra year and the union pals got waivers.

Mcallen, TX

Better get your insurance, or the IRS will get you!

Wait till you see your monthly cost.

May our Obama voters get what they voted for.

Mcallen, TX

Isn't it great, the Obamas, and Congress will avoid these fines?

Exempt from this health care program.

May our Obama voters get what they voted for.

Viva la Migra
American Fork, UT

I wish they would end the "young voters stay on their parents plan until age 26" policy. That would help many Obama voters truly understand what they voted for. Oh well, in 8 years the first year sticker shock will be much higher than it is now...

Mcallen, TX

@Viva la Migra:

Not to many young people with working parents having insurance.

The working citizens will probably end up paying for the ever growing poor class.

Moab, UT

Question: If a family of four does not get insurance, who does the IRS go after? The Dad, the Mom. or everyone equally? Youngsters could rack up quite an IRS bill by the time they are old enough to work.

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