How we got ObamaCare.
NSA won’t say whether it spies on Congress.
Healthcare.gov will not allow you to add a baby to your health plan; it also can’t handle marriages, divorces, or even a move to another community.
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“Healthcare.gov will not allow you to add a baby to your health plan; it also can’t handle marriages, divorces, or even a move to another community.”
So much for portability.
Babies don’t need health insurance
“NSA won’t say whether it spies on Congress.”
Great. I wonder how many Congressman have had their arms twisted by compromising information.
All of them
Congressmen should have the same protections as every American. Those protections should include not being spied upon by our own government.
They lost that right when the excluded themselves from the exchanges.
What else would we expect?
A failed system by a failed administration of course!
So now, on top of all of the other work that goes into caring for a newborn, parents have to contact multiple parties to get their child added to their coverage? That seems sensible.
Where to begin on this one? An awful combination of an uninformed public, a Republican inability to communicate, and an executive whose straw man arguments and “misstatements” were never once questioned by the media.
The amount of things that snowballed at a critical time was highly inconvenient.
It was the perfect storm for Obama to pass the ACA
We’ll need another perfect storm to get rid of it.
Kirsch is surprised by the continued fight over health care? Should anyone really be surprised?
At this point, isn’t it only newsworthy if there’s a story about the government NOT spying on someone?
They just want to give the impression that they know everything. Can’t have us thinking that we can get away with things.
Of course the NSA spies on congress, there’s several reports about it during the era of McCarthyism.
Exactly. I would suspect that it has been going on for awhile.
Definitely. Although, recent technology has helped it pick up.
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