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Published: Wednesday, March 12 2014 10:06 a.m. MDT

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Thid Barker
Victor, ID

It matters not how many people sign up! What matters is who actually pays, period! And guess what? Since few who sign up are actually paying, if you pay taxes, or already have insurance, you will pay, period!

worf
Mcallen, TX

There is no magic.

Some responsible person will be forced to pay for the takers.

Anti Government
Alpine, UT

And so what will be done when the deadline has come and gone and not enough people signed up? (ignoring the fact that signups do not equal people who actually pay which was essential for financial viability of the program)

You also know that the estimate for necessary signups was low as well meaning they probably need alot more than that to be viable. I mean what has been truthful about any of this rollout? Nothing!

Fascinating they bloviate about all these people who have no healthcare and would be clamoring to get it...yet we can't even get the minimum number to sign up.

Just tells you this whole thing was just lies to support the liberal agenda.

My healthcare premiums cost more and I now get a fraction of the coverage I had. I now have a $4000 out of pocket deductible before I get any coverage!

Affordable healthcare? For who? Oh ya, that would be the for the people who were already being paid for by me...now I just get to contribute even more to pay for the freeloaders.

Obama has built the biggest pile of freeloaders this nation has ever seen.

Church member
North Salt Lake, UT

To worf:

I think you would be surprised who the real takers are. I'll give you a hint. It is not the poor and needy.

happy2bhere
clearfield, UT

To Church member

Yeah, it's the U.S. Government taking over 17 trillion dollars of money that has yet to be earned by the Americans workers. Now that's taking!!

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