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FRONT PAGE  |  7/30/2016
FRIDAY, DEC 6, 2013  |  20 comments
Millennials Abandon Obama and Obamacare
Young Americans are turning against Barack Obama and Obamacare, according to a new survey of millennials, people between the ages of 18 and 29 who are vital to the fortunes of the president and his signature health care law.

The most startling finding of Harvard University's Institute of Politics: A majority of Americans under age 25--the youngest millennials--would favor throwing Obama out of office.

The survey, part of a unique 13-year study of the attitudes of young adults, finds that America's rising generation is worried about its future, disillusioned with the U.S. political system, strongly opposed to the government's domestic surveillance apparatus, and drifting away from both major parties. "Young Americans hold the president, Congress and the federal government in less esteem almost by the day, and the level of engagement they are having in politics are also on the decline," reads the ...


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News Item12/10/13 8:29 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
In one thread Jim (falsely) credits the Republicans for thinking up Obamacare and in another he says the have no plan. Which is it?
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News Item12/9/13 4:13 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Thankfully, farmers with a pragmatic approach, are coming out in support of the ACA. Why yes, cost would be kept down if the Republican healthcare plan is followed:
1. Don't get sick.
2. If you do get sick, die quickly.
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Ok JY 2. Packaged response noted.
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News Item12/9/13 2:30 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Thankfully, farmers with a pragmatic approach, are coming out in support of the ACA. Why yes, cost would be kept down if the Republican healthcare plan is followed:

1. Don't get sick.
2. If you do get sick, die quickly.

The American Medical Assn. has at times, anyway, been very unhelpful, in encouraging more doctors graduating. So, changes have to be made, espcially in political office holders.

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News Item12/7/13 7:41 PM
penny  Find all comments by penny
its greed unleashed!
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News Item12/7/13 7:27 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
For greed to be reigned in, it sometimes take laws, Penny.
Apparently, Mike, the parents of 26 year old kids, like the idea of keeping on their insurance, no doubt the "kids," do to in Massachusetts, Want a Glimpse of Obamacare? Look at Massachusetts I have seen a thread through articles like these, that reigning in costs of healthcare is going to be a problem that are going to have to be looked at.
1)More insured, but no more doctors, means more costs of healthcare.

2)Requirement for all polices to cover things not needed or wanted means more costs of healthcare.

3)People covered for everything will go to the emergency room for really serious things like slivers or colds. These will be in addition to the ones without insurance who already do it. This increases the costs of healthcare.

Only in your imagination will greed be reigned in. Greed and the force of law, not demand of the people, is driving Obamacare.

Without lies, it would never have got off the ground. If it was truly a good thing, it wouldn't need false witness, would it? Consider:

Pants On Fire

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News Item12/7/13 4:09 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
For greed to be reigned in, it sometimes take laws, Penny.

Apparently, Mike, the parents of 26 year old kids, like the idea of keeping on their insurance, no doubt the "kids," do to in Massachusetts, q.v.,Want a Glimpse of Obamacare? Look at Massachusetts. I have seen a thread through articles like these, that reigning in costs of healthcare is going to be a problem that are going to have to be looked at.

While I would suppose quite a few farmers look at National Farmers Organization as to liberal and almost like a union--and they support the ACA, it is interesting that the Farmers Union, the organization I referenced in my last message which supports Obamacare, and with good reasons, is more like the National Assn of Manufacturers/Chamber of Commerce, probably the most powerful farm group in this state and perhaps the nation. At least I haven't heard any badmouthing lately of the ACA from our Congressional delegation, and the Nebr. Farmers' Union might be the reason for it.

I may only have to hear bad-mouthing here, the moment, though never can tell what the election time will bring.

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News Item12/7/13 10:55 AM
pennny  Find all comments by pennny
Jim, that's called a marketing campaign. if something is truly good, it doesn't take force, threat of prison and huge campaigns to convince people.
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News Item12/7/13 9:03 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
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However there are quite a few facits to the ACA, one of which these kids can stay on their parents insurance plans until they are 26. If they're working for minimum wage their cost will be probably insignificant or none at all. Remember the first word in ACA is "Afordable" while Mike of NY may not love the writer of this piece (the main question here is she truthful)
Five reasons Americans already love ObamaCare — plus one reason why they’re gonna love it even more, soon, is that there are plenty of reasons to dumb the status quo, but are you going to have a Capitalist solution like the ACA or going to have more government controlled one like England?
I'm more narrow minded than you, Jim. Quoting lesbians to support my view just never crossed my mind. Whatever is needed I suppose.

ACA isn't free market capitalism, by the way. It is anti-market. The pres is about crony capitalism, you should know that by now. On one side there is the market; on the other, the control freak politicians and their cronies.

Your reference to 26 year olds as "kids" is duly noted. And if they are working for minimum wage, thank your leader for doing his very best to cripple the free market capitalist system.

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News Item12/6/13 11:41 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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News Item12/6/13 8:05 PM
pen  Find all comments by pen
Jim, why are we creating mass dependency and helplessness? why would a full grown 26 year old need to be dependent on mom and dad? why aren't people of that age fully equipped for work, marrying and having children? I'm not advocating them cutting insurance, I'm just suggesting we are just in a process of deindustrialization, you see what happened in Detroit with the pensions? this is like a steamroller on young folks! americans do not love this. I've yet to meet one. The young poor types that you seem to want to help out are losing out the most on this....

instead of this monstrosity, we need the land opened back up, take the death taxes away so dad can leave the small farm business to the kids, who don't want to have to liquidate to pay the piper.

the route we are going the land will be owned by foreign investors while the poor are dependent in cities, hence agenda 21 and the globalizing of our lands.

not a thing we can do about the currency, its not going to dominate anymore, that's what has kept us afloat.... a prosperous land with the people dependent, why??

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News Item12/6/13 5:10 PM
Will | Mississippi  Find all comments by Will
Looks like I need to make a special point to become really good friends with some DO (doctor of osteopathy) students at the college I'm planning attending....
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News Item12/6/13 4:05 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Jim, that would be a misnomer,they should replace the A with ME (more expensive) Reposting an early entry on this topic

Here is a video of students at historically black college who's $50 a semester plan got cancelled by ACA and now they are facing $3,000 a year policies, one student's answer to what will they do now was, "I guess don't get sick."

http://campusreform.org/?ID=5239

HHS sent out memo to insurance commissioners that ACA plans, even with subsidies, in many cases would be more expensive than people's current coverage

http://tinyurl.com/kwb4ars

ACA website tries to hide the cost of the plan for which you have to sign up.

http://tinyurl.com/mbrulyk

Leading accounting and actuarial firms – Oliver Wyman, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Hay Group, and Milliman – issued reports estimating the President’s health care plan would increase premiums up to 60 percent.

CBO estimated families buying coverage on their own (in the individual market) would see premium costs increase 10 to 13 percent – a $2,100 annual INCREASE due to the health care law. The same CBO analysis also predicted premiums would rise by 27 to 30 percent because the health care law requires Americans to buy more expensive benefit packages.

http://tinyurl.com/oba77ub

ACA = cost are higher

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News Item12/6/13 4:05 PM
1517  Find all comments by 1517
"If you like your health insurance, you can keep your insurance. If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor, period." Bold face lie perpetuated by Obama and cronies because they knew they needed the young to work as the ACA beasts of burden. Except for 5 states the supposed "Affordable" act will increase premiums for plans, some by 200% or more. In my state, on average...82% for men. Anyone making $80k or less will be pushed into Medicaid of which will, and has, pushed doctors out of practice because the ACA will force them to accept Medicaid patients. This is the biggest snake oil, huckster villainy ever to be perpetrated on the this country by the government. It will not get better, it get worse. It is nothing but a redistribution of wealth to expedite the Progressive power grab. So, stay on your parents plan as a grown child mooch and enjoy that "facit" of the ACA. BTW, your doctors appt. will be in 6 weeks.
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News Item12/6/13 3:28 PM
Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
Jim Lincoln wrote:
or going to have more government controlled one like England?
Why are you swearing on SA jim?
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News Item12/6/13 3:18 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
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However there are quite a few facits to the ACA, one of which these kids can stay on their parents insurance plans until they are 26. If they're working for minimum wage their cost will be probably insignificant or none at all. Remember the first word in ACA is "Afordable" while Mike of NY may not love the writer of this piece (the main question here is she truthful)
Five reasons Americans already love ObamaCare — plus one reason why they’re gonna love it even more, soon
, is that there are plenty of reasons to dumb the status quo, but are you going to have a Capitalist solution like the ACA or going to have more government controlled one like England?
Of course I'd believe your source,(Sally Cohn) Jim. Who wouldn't?

"Sally currently volunteers for the SMART reading program and for a Catholic middle school. She spent many years as Chief Office Volunteer at the Lesbian Community Project. She is a driving force in OLOC, a national group for senior Lesbians over sixty, focusing on ageism, senior healthcare, and developing GLTB-friendly retirement facilities."

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News Item12/6/13 3:04 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
penny wrote:
...sometimes God's delay in judgment feels like we are doing well, rather its his mercy to give us another day to repent.
Now that part of your comment I can say amen to Penny. However there are quite a few facits to the ACA, one of which these kids can stay on their parents insurance plans until they are 26. If they're working for minimum wage their cost will be probably insignificant or none at all. Remember the first word in ACA is "Afordable" while Mike of NY may not love the writer of this piece (the main question here is she truthful)
Five reasons Americans already love ObamaCare — plus one reason why they’re gonna love it even more, soon
, is that there are plenty of reasons to dumb the status quo, but are you going to have a Capitalist solution like the ACA or going to have more government controlled one like England?
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News Item12/6/13 2:17 PM
penny  Find all comments by penny
Jim, you know the petrodollar is losing its numero uno place? military being stripped dry. young people have massive debt for school and few jobs, what else do you want from them? oh hundreds of dollars a month? sometimes God's delay in judgment feels like we are doing well, rather its his mercy to give us another day to repent.
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News Item12/6/13 1:44 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Or, when they have their first trip to an emergency room, they wonder why they were stupid for not signing up for Obamacare.

"The Invincibles" as I heard the Millennials called have even less use for one issue political parties, which mean the Greedy Old Party would have a tough time of it if they decided to vote.

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News Item12/6/13 7:03 AM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Apparently it's fortunate for both parties this group is the least likely to vote.
You may be right, Jim. But we can always hold out hope that when they have to pay their first fine for not enrolling in OBammy Care, that they will join forces with the Tea Party.
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News Item12/6/13 5:31 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Apparently it's fortunate for both parties this group is the least likely to vote.
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