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Republican senators in tough races obscure their position on pre-existing conditions

Sens. Gardner, Perdue, McSally and Daines are all running ads proclaiming support for the protections despite voting to repeal Obamacare and weaken them.

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by Anonymousreply 3Last Tuesday at 4:32 PM

At least everyone now agrees that insurance MUST include pre-existing conditions.

The irony is ACA is the Republican way to cover the increased costs to the system--the individual mandate requires everyone to buy insurance, thus increasing the pool of money, and paying for the increased cost of caring for those who have pre-existing conditions.

When the GOP says it includes the preexisting condition requirement in its plans, it doesn't say that it guarantees these people won't have to pay more. So basically, while, on paper, it'll seem like insurance companies can't prevent those with preexisting conditions from getting insurance, the incredibly high price will make these people not buy the insurance.

When someone goes to the hospital without insurance, guess who pays? We all do!

by Anonymousreply 1Last Tuesday at 12:37 PM

These people are such fools. They try to do whatever Trump orders them to do and then he changes his mind . These idiots have no idea what they are supposed to say, since it changes daily. They need to be flushed.

by Anonymousreply 2Last Tuesday at 4:03 PM

Republican politicians usually rely on the fact that their constituents are uneducated, uninformed morons without the ability to fact check anything they say.

by Anonymousreply 3Last Tuesday at 4:32 PM
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