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    Re: Healthcare Reform

    Posted by Thomas Paine on 4/01/10

    There are several Constitutional challenges to the health reform law. There are a
    few brave and patriotic state Attorneys General who are launching a challenge.
    Others seem more concerned with politics than their fiduciary duties to the state.
    Hopefully, these cowards will be identified and voted out of office or fired as the
    case may be - that includes Eric Holder.

    The State Attorney General is our last line of defense from a runaway Federal
    government who seems intent on trampling State Rights and the rights of citizens. In
    one year, this administration has buried deeper the Constitution than the last five
    administrations combined.

    I am hopeful one day we can elect a true Libertarian to restore the Republic for
    these are most assuredly dark, oppressive times.

    Thomas Paine

    On 4/01/10, johncodie wrote:
    > Now that the United States is the business of Insurance rather than the States
    > having the rights to regulate the insurance industry; there is a Constitutional
    > Amendment that Limits the Size and/power of the government. That would be our
    > preamble Bill of Rights. Insuance got around federal law when it was deemed as
    > not having a monetary value, as a good that has value. There are State laws, and
    > now federal laws on the interest rates, as there are regulator State laws as
    > amounts that can be charged by franchises that don't have to compete.
    > "Tort" reform was a need to stave off the litigation hell holes here in
    > Mississippi as soon to be billon dollar judgements would be rendered. Many if not
    > all wonderful doctors where on their way to respectful states.
    > Now I can understand any company wanting to ensure a "profit" and 3&37; surely
    > tied over a worker going into retirement if it would contine in interst payments.
    > My brother in law is making millons selling policies. I would say the range is
    > more in the line of 25&37; in a given year. Even in the Katrina payouts everyone
    > making a profit.
    > I can appreciate the 3&37; typical ploy but it doesn't make it for me. I did get
    > approached from a former XYZ sales person trying to get gas money, ride another
    > 100 miles down the road to be with his former wife. He was from the presidents
    > town and I guess he got cut like alot of others. He told me what a standup
    > citizen he was down on his luck, and how he sold this top brand of insurance that
    > left me and my kids on the steps of bankrupcy for a few years. Should I say I
    > reached in my pocket and couldn't even pull out a dime. When were down on our
    > luck it just pours doesn't it.
    > On 4/01/10, Sharon wrote:
    >> Thomas,
    >> Alot of common sense in what you say. But, I question your original premise.
    >> Where are the statistics that support the proposition the insurance industry's
    >> profits are only around 3&37;? Keep in mind that Big health insurance companies
    > are
    >> also property insurers, E & O insurers, etc, in most instances.
    >> This 3&37; premise. The only friends of mine that quote that mantra are those
    > that
    >> watch Faux News. Do you know where this concept originated or where one can
    > find
    >> legitimate documentation to back up that proposition?
    >> Not saying you are wrong. Just saying I can find nothing as a legitimate source
    >> of reference for the insurance industry 3&37;, Republican buzz words mantra.
    >> And, do you feel it is reforming the tort system for the US Chamber & Manhattan
    >> Institute to list false physician authorship - on documents that are submitted
    > to
    >> courts to stave off financial liability for illness and injury?
    >> Sharon

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