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Health-care spending vs. health

Health-care spending vs. health - From the Bipartisan Policy Center via The Washington Post

Gov't : You need to learn to live with less. - While uncontrollably spending on the backs of Taxpayers. They have GOT to make cuts in our budget before our country goes bankrupt! It's a miracle we haven't already.

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When the government doesn’t care about its own problems…

Before the Liberals move on to do more destruction abroad, they need to fix what they've ruined here in America.

And here's 11 reasons: Starting in August 2012, birth control will be accessible to all women with no co-pay. Unless, of course, we elect a Republican president who elects to spend all their efforts on repealing the Affordable Care Act.

Yes it would then he could try to home regular homeless people in the US but he doesn't care about anyone but himself

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The CBO Identifies a Big Driver of Health-Care Spending

The CBO Identifies a Big Driver of Health-Care Spending

Real talk- I will support raising taxes when the budget is bought in to balance and spending is for the original intent of government. Lean toward Libertarianism, fiscally conservative independent.

In no other country in the developed world is medical debt a leading cause of personal bankruptcy. But in the U.S. it is the leading cause, a phenomenon even FoxBusiness News highlighted in a report last week.

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Proud to be Conservative!

People need to spend less time caring about JLo and more time caring about what the #government is up to.

"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the Untied States where men were free." ~Ronald Reagan

"And as for me personally, please use a portion of that healthcare paid for by my taxes for the needy -- the children -- the homeless -- the unemployed and under-employed. When they are well, they help to grow the country we all share."

Francis Townsend was an opponent of the New Deal, argued that the Government was not giving proper care to elderly, thought people over age of 60 should be given $200 which they had to spend every month