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Audra L

Audra L. is an author, columnist and community activist who's dedicated to finding truth through research and effective communication. She received her degree in Public Policy and teaches Community Development, Public Speaking and Communications Law to youth throughout the nation. She is the recipient of over 23 awards and honors for her commitment to community outreach initiatives.

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    Pete Dosado

    Any program that has to go through a government bureaucracy is going to be more wasteful than a healthcare program where patient and doctor is closer and more involved!

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    ImJustAvg

    A true socialist! First make health care a central governments responsibility, and get rid of the insurance companies and the right to chose what medical care you can use. Then they “enlist” all doctors and health care workers into government service and “streamline” the medical system.

    While this works in theory, unless EVERYONE pays 70% or more in taxes, it doesn’t work. Read what is happening in Venezuela, and what it is costing people in the “free medical” countries. Now we have to ask the insurance company if it is covered, under medical for all we would be asking the government!

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    Ted R. Weiland

    Just think: Had the constitutional framers not banned Christian tests and thereby biblical qualifications in Article 6, no one would have ever heard of Kamala Harris:

    “Moreover thou shalt provide out of all the people able MEN, such as fear God, MEN of truth, hating covetousness; and place such over them, to be rulers….” (Exodus 18:21)

    “As for my people … women rule over them. O my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths.” (Isaiah 3:12)

    “But I suffer not a woman to … usurp authority over the man….” (1 Timothy 2:12)

    One word (pick anyone of them) alone in Exodus 18:21 eliminates Harris as civil leaders and the remaining qualifications would send all of her criminal cronies (whether women or men, donkeys or elephants) in all three branches of the Constitutional Republic packing as well.

    That’s how you drain the swamp!!!

    For more, see Chapter 28 “Amendment 19: The Curse of Women’s Suffrage” of free online book “Bible Law vs. the United States Constitution: The Christian Perspective.”

    And, yes, the judge Deborah is addressed in the Chapter above.

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    Crystal

    Ridiculous to exclude half of the population from governing themselves. I’m not crazy about some of these women in office, but women need to be there. The idea of universal health care is frightening because it will get to being rationed health care and you can see the elderly suffering from that in favor of the younger generations. Canada has it and waiting for care is big time there. Diagnosed with needing a total hip replacement, you might wait 6 months or more for surgery. In great pain and suffering. That is just one example. It’s just frightening. If you can’t afford health care in the US, there is care available through Medicaid. There is a way to obtain care. Paperwork and pre-approval are minor nuisances.

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    Mikki Arrow

    She should continue with Obamacare because she’s a usurper like Obama was… The US Constitution says: No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen AT THE TIME OF THE ADOPTION OF THIS CONSTITUTION, shall be eligible to the office of President; The definition of natural born Citizen is a person born on US soil to (2) US citizens at the time of the child’s birth… Jamaican father, India born mother, American Baby… does not a natural born citizen make!!!

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    Herschel McMillan

    Most people think Medicare is free to seniors now days. Have you ever thought of how much we paid into the system even before using a dime of the system. And since joining in on the benifits it is very costly to be a member counting all cost and supplements.
    Just remember there is nothing free. Someone somewhere is paying the bill. And seniors are paying a fair share of their health care, regardless of what you hear or believe.

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      [email protected]

      Amen. I paid over $110,000 in Medicare premiums / taxes while working and now pay over $300 per month for my wife and I while on Medicare. There are of course co-pays and deductibles. If you don’t like these you can buy a supplement for $240/month. Free!!? No such thing.

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      Judy

      I agree, seniors do not receive “free health care”! Not only did we pay into it through payroll deductions, we have a monthly premium payment just like any other health care coverage. That doesn’t cover medical treatment 100% either.

      There are deductibles, co-payments and extra premium to have perscription coverage as it isn’t included in Medicare. Dental, vision, and hearing aids are not covered either. Pretty sure most seniors need glasses, dental treatment and hearing aids at some point in their ”Golden Years”!

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