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The GOP wanted to take the "single payer" or "governemnt option" off the table so their rich friends at the insurance companies would keep making money. After the Democr4ats removed that option, they refused to vote for it anyway.
As a paid tax preparer, I know you are wrong
willy. ITINs are issued to people required to file a tax return, but ineligible for a SSN
While it is true that you could claim a lot of children under a certain age and qualify for the child tax credit, 10 to 20 children would be a huge red flag. You would also hav...more
Some posters are right, this article makes SS seem like a regular budgetary item. By law it is not so the republicans that are saying this are not being truthful. That said, in 20 years or so congress will either have to step in and pay the shortage out of general funds or benefits will go down about 25% across the b...more
Obviously a lot of idiots posting here today, with no clue how we got here. In the first place, the Republicans did say they could not vote for a bill with a single payer option, so the democrats removed it, hoping for some bi-partisan agreement. The Republicans also made it clear they wanted the insurance companies ...more
It is unfortunate that the Affordable Care Act didn't go further. If the Republicans hadn't insisted on no single payer plan and that the insurance companies had to be involved, we wouldn't have problems like this. Yes, it is going to cost all companies something, and most taxpayers something, but we need to do somet...more
Some posters really need to get a clue! CONGRESS, not the president, created the food stamp program. They income and assest limts were set by a (Republican) congress. One cannot buy cooked pizzas or cigarettes. I agree that junk food should be eliminated but it will take a (Republican) controlled house to start the...more
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