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gator15 last won the day on August 8 2018

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  1. You do realize that in order to eligible for Obamacare, you have to have a full time job? My husband is a doctor, I am a healthcare lawyer, I guarantee you I know more about how Obamacare works than your political talking heads know. It isn't anything close to a disaster, very far from it, and take that from someone who treats patients all day long in a hospital. Also, health insurance is far from a "few hundred bucks". I own my own law firm and I can tell you what I pay for health insurance for my employees, it is a lot more than a few hundred dollars a month, try more like $600 a person per month. You are completely entitled to your opinion, but the fact of the matter is that people that receive Obamacare are working, and working hard at full time jobs. These are exactly the people that we want to keep in this country, so I have to disagree with you that we would deny citizenship to these people.
  2. The problem is that the administration has changed the rules in the middle of the game. It is like playing football and the referees decide you can play with only 10 players instead of 11. Before yesterday, no one knew that accepting Obamacare subsidies for health insurance would disqualify them from permanent residency or citizenship. The administration has the right to change the rules going forward, but to change the rules and apply them retroactively is unfair and un-American. Frankly, if we want to discuss what is a bigger public cost and tax on the system, it would be the exact opposite from signing up for Obamacare: going uninsured and being unable to pay huge hospital bills. Someone has to pay for uninsured people that show up at the hospital and the people that pay are everyone else with insurance. Prospective immigrants are being punished for doing the responsible thing and insuring themselves and their families, that is what is wrong.
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