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Good, bad coming in health care

July 19, 2013

Editor, OBSERVER: To paraphrase the great song by the Temptations, “Ball of confusion ... that’s what the ACA is today ... ” Yes, it’s true....

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Jul-21-13 10:08 AM

Wouldn't you spend as much money as you could to stop wrongs from happening. And that is what is being done. If it is so good why does Obama feel the need to spend $1B of taxpayers money telling them how good a tax that was forced on them is. If it was so good why are so many against it?

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Jul-21-13 8:25 AM

While at youtube...check out the answer to the gop koch bought anti Obamacares

you just might learn something..true about this act

Just a thought..if so bad...why are they spending so much money trying to bash it just as it starts to be implemented? Hmmm think they might be fearful..that once we start to really benefit...we just might like it?

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Jul-19-13 9:42 PM

One more thing to think about ht tp://ww om/watch_popup?v=G44NCvNDLfc

As always just remove the spaces.

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Jul-19-13 8:56 PM

"WASHINGTON (AP) -- Another year, another round of exaggeration from President Barack Obama and his administration about health insurance rebates.

In his speech defending his health care law Thursday, Obama said rebates averaging $100 are coming from insurance companies to 8.5 million Americans. In fact, most of the money is going straight to employers who provide health insurance, not to their workers" Yup just more of his 1/2 truths.

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Jul-19-13 10:41 AM

Lots of help out there just nothing can help this atrocity they call affordable "health" care.

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Jul-19-13 7:09 AM

I recommend that everyone take a look at the web site to see just how the Affordable Health Care Act DIRECTLY will affect people living in our district.

Cannot post a direct link..but try to google benefits of ACA. Look for site democrats dot energycommerce dot house..there you will find an interactive map where you can click on Rep Reed..and see for yourself how this act has benefits for the people in our area.

For instance, the report states.. "10,800 seniors in the district (OUR DISTRICT HERE IN WESTERN NY) received prescription drug discounts worth $7.9 million, an average discount of $730 per senior. "

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Jul-19-13 7:02 AM

As and advocate for hospitals and other health care facilities, you do not seem to understand very much about the ACA nor do you seem to understand where to get the information you need for you to better understand the numerous benefits this new law brings to consumers.

There are numerous web sites that have been established to clearly define this new law, how to access needed services, and where to get more information. There have been health care advocates hired to help organizations like yours to better understand this new law and the benefits (which as you stated are HUGE and many).

There is one Energy and Commerce..where you can even click on our see how the ACA has directly benefited our region.

I will try to call your office later this help link you to the information that you clearly are missing. I will even try to connect you directly to a local person who can help you understand.

Lots of help out there..just access it

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