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Joe Hakos @hockeydadfla

Yes and the very FIRST item is the FULL repeal of Obamacare. Then move on from there.

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Kim @kimbalips

Unfortunately, for some reason, there are too many people in this country who want a more Socialized government and what a better way to Socialize a country than with healthcare. Unfortunately, I do not see this changing anytime soon. Well, at least until it starts hitting ‘everyone’ in the pockets!

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Tax credits, tort reform, advancements of HSAs and lowering the floor for the medical expense deduction (it was raised from 7.5% to 10% for 2013) are what we really need.

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Joe Hakos @hockeydadfla

Michael I do believe those things are in the RSC plan. But there is a plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. Doing nothing will only hurt…BAD!

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Damien Christian @djc91ua

@hockeydadfla When do you think they will start selling this to the American public?

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Joe Hakos @hockeydadfla

I heard Rep Scalise talk about it on Bill Bennett’s show the other day…I would recommend to do as I have done and tell your Rep to get on the stick and each and every time they talk about Obamacare mention the republican Plan. Maybe the People can give the a kick in the pants to get this thing rolling.

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Steve Ja @sdj54321

this bill makes a lot of sense to me. Is there anything in it about denying coverage based on pre-existing medical conditions. that is one thing I did like about ACA is that insurance companies had to provide insurance for people with pre-existing medical conditions. I do think they should have higher premiums, like 10-50% higher (worse conditions of course means higher premiums), based on being higher risk, like smokers etc., however should not be denied coverage outright. In the end this could still be cheaper for them then a huge doctor bill being uninsured

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