Rand Paul wants Chief Justice Roberts, all federal workers, to enroll in Obamacare
Arguing federal workers should not get special treatment, Rand Paul says he does not want taxpayers subsidizing the personal health-care plans of any federal employee â€” including Chief Justice John Roberts â€” anymore.
With some in Congress arguing lawmakers and their staff should not get subsidies to cover their health insurance as President Obamaâ€™s health-care law goes into effect, the Republican senator from Kentucky told The Daily Caller on Sunday that heâ€™s going to start pushing a constitutional amendment that goes even further.
Paulâ€™s proposal â€” outlawing any special exemptions for government employees â€” would mean all federal workers would have to purchase health insurance on the new Obamacare exchanges instead of getting taxpayer-funded subsidies. Some critics say those subsidies amount to special treatment. The Obamacare health insurance exchange opens Oct 1....
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By the way, Justice Stevens was in Lincoln just a day or so ago, and he had a few interesting comments. This is a shortened version for you. My, Google Voice is working pretty well at the moment or is that Google speech? Anyway, US chief justice worried about partisanship.
penny wrote: --- why do we act so helpless? because our "real scientists" tell us that we need to put a million more into marathon fund raisers to "save" us, it boggles the mind to think they would not mention thermography? why? ---
Slightly off subject, but close enough. I once read(in an eco farm magazine) a quote that sticks in my mind. "It is more profitable to search for a cure for cancer, than to find it."
affordable was the gal I knew who used something you get at the grocery store. the tumor disappeared. the gal I knew who spent a few dollars on a mineral supplement. the doc said she had some "restless leg syndrome". the gentleman who brought down cholesterol. he took something for a few dollars.
but of course, that's not real science.
science is spending thousands to inject fecal matter into a patient that has lost gut flora while in the far east they just eat pickled vegetables everyday.
why do we act so helpless? because our "real scientists" tell us that we need to put a million more into marathon fund raisers to "save" us, it boggles the mind to think they would not mention thermography? why?
we've massive numbers of people now that have found cheaper viable ways to solve some of the problems we face....
Jim Lincoln wrote: as I said on another thread, you are seen some of the results of using Google speech recognition and the Android application from SermonAudio. This means most of the capitalization or lack thereof its not my fault.
well, like a 24 hour clock with one hand that has stop working. he might be right this time this time? but, I don't see why 1 has to mess around with the Constitution?
as I said on another thread, you are seen some of the results of using Google speech recognition and the Android application from sermon audio. This means most of the capitalization or lack thereof its not my fault.