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    Trump calls for 32 million Americans to lose health coverage


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    Thanks This will effect my daughter she is 29 and has debilitating type 1 diabetes ,asthma and an eating disorder , I'm very worried.
    Suzanne Marie Sevakis Welcome home.

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    That's pretty much the whole population of Canada.

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    From the link..

    West Virginia would see its uninsured rate more than quadruple by 2022. In Kentucky and Arkansas the uninsured rate would more than triple. All three states strongly supported Donald Trump in the presidential election.

    Rust Belt states, such as Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan, would also see large increases in the uninsured rate. Many of those states narrowly supported the president, but have historically leaned left.
    Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) voiced concerns about the bill early on but wasn’t outright against it until after McConnell called off the vote.
    Toxic masculinity ruins the party again!

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    I take this very personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wfgodot View Post
    I take this very personally.
    Hard not to.
    Toxic masculinity ruins the party again!

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    I'm so sorry for all of the people who will be impacted by this. I don't understand the reasons why people want some to be turned away for health care. Making America Great means collectively, not individual to individual. Heal up your people collectively. Health care should be for everyone. I'm so very sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matou View Post
    I'm so sorry for all of the people who will be impacted by this. I don't understand the reasons why people want some to be turned away for health care. Making America Great means collectively, not individual to individual. Heal up your people collectively. Health care should be for everyone. I'm so very sorry.
    Because, as Sen. Kamala Harris notes, it will deliver billions into the coffers of the wealthiest 0.4% of Americans.

    Anyone supporting Trump at this point is an utterly soulless sadist -- sociopaths hungry for death.



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