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 06/20/2019 07:36 AM
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tpapablo

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Trump wins again. It appears to be a great idea too. Which means that progs will hate it (just watch). Progs hate anything that improves the lives of our citizens or the condition of our country. And before you ask, no, I am not tired of winning yet.

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 06/20/2019 07:41 AM
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Cole

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My HSA sucked. My deductible was $7,000 and total family out-of-pocket was $12,000.

I paid more than $50,000 in medical bills over a five year period.

P.S. An HSA still costs more than $12,000 a year in the open market.
 06/20/2019 07:52 AM
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Fish Killer

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Originally posted by: Cole

My HSA sucked. My deductible was $7,000 and total family out-of-pocket was $12,000.



I paid more than $50,000 in medical bills over a five year period.



P.S. An HSA still costs more than $12,000 a year in the open market.


Thanks Obama!!!!!

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 06/20/2019 07:55 AM
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Cole

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Company funded. Company chosen.

Nothing to do with the ACA, well, other than having to cover you cholesterol loving Trump zealots.
 06/20/2019 08:03 AM
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Originally posted by: Cole My HSA sucked. My deductible was $7,000 and total family out-of-pocket was $12,000. I paid more than $50,000 in medical bills over a five year period. P.S. An HSA still costs more than $12,000 a year in the open market.
Sorry that you had to incur medical bills in that amount. Hope everyone is doing well. Usually, HSA's are but one option that you can choose. I have chosen that route because I don't get sick. So far, I have built up a pretty good sum in my HSA, but it's a gamble.

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 06/20/2019 08:09 AM
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tpapablo

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BTW, the plan mentioned is not an HSA, as that concept has been used in the past. The employer deposits money that you can use to buy insurance. That hasn't been the case previously.

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 06/20/2019 08:17 AM
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from what level of he$$ did tspank dig up that website? the deepest bowels of the internet supports his alternate reality

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 06/20/2019 08:43 AM
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tpapablo

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Originally posted by: Greensleeves from what level of he$$ did tspank dig up that website? the deepest bowels of the internet supports his alternate reality
See, Clayton, no one cares about that. What they care about is what is being done. This was a good find on my part and it shows Trump moving things along in a positive direction. If you harbor dreams of being some sort of literary critic, I wish you luck. But most of us would ask that you keep your dreaming out of our threads so that we can have a serious policy discussion.

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 06/20/2019 09:17 AM
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tspank thinks an opinion piece in a corner of the crap net is evidence of a great twitler accomplishment

Nothing has been done of course thanks to tspanks other poster boy Mitch McConnell

Mitch doesn't want tspank's crush to hurt the party anymore than he already has. The senate not only blocks anything that the Democratic party puts forward, they block anything that the reality show jack a$$ in chief dreams up

RIck Scott is in charge of the healthcare rewrite! Ha!


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Edited: 06/20/2019 at 09:18 AM by Greensleeves
 06/20/2019 10:12 AM
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Originally posted by: Cole

My HSA sucked. My deductible was $7,000 and total family out-of-pocket was $12,000.



I paid more than $50,000 in medical bills over a five year period.



P.S. An HSA still costs more than $12,000 a year in the open market.


My health care costs $2400 a month just to get someone to stick their finger in my arse once a year. I still have to pay extra for that. YOU ESSAY!
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RustyTruck

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That whole article is supporting hsa from the employers perspective. Not the worker.
Careful what you wish for.

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 06/20/2019 11:38 AM
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I'm still ready to negotiate the GRAND DEAL! Give us a great medicare-for-all system, legalize the HERB, no wars and he can build the wall Put big TRUMP signs all over it, and big TRUMPCARE signs all over every hospital. I can't believe Pelosi hasn't approached him on this.

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 06/20/2019 01:33 PM
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Fish Killer

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Originally posted by: Cole

Company funded. Company chosen.



Nothing to do with the ACA, well, other than having to cover you cholesterol loving Trump zealots.


BULLSHIT!

ALL company funded policies were DIRECTLY affected by OBUMMERCARE!

FACT!

Harris's policies went from good to POS ones overnight!

So did EVERY other companies policies!

The prices went through the roof!

ASSHOLE!

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 02/26/2020 03:43 PM
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398% of all Americans are ECSTATIC about their NEW AWESOME HEALTHCARE under Trump! LOL

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wtf

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Originally posted by: fishkller

398% of all Americans are ECSTATIC about their NEW AWESOME HEALTHCARE under Trump! LOL

idk - i have alternative facts that say it's 666% are ecstatic...


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 02/26/2020 05:06 PM
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Originally posted by: Cole

My HSA sucked. My deductible was $7,000 and total family out-of-pocket was $12,000.



I paid more than $50,000 in medical bills over a five year period.



P.S. An HSA still costs more than $12,000 a year in the open market.


you are a victim of a shitty employer; break out and be a man, start your own business and be in control

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 02/26/2020 05:08 PM
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cheaterfiveo

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Originally posted by: all3

I'm still ready to negotiate the GRAND DEAL! Give us a great medicare-for-all system, legalize the HERB, no wars and he can build the wall Put big TRUMP signs all over it, and big TRUMPCARE signs all over every hospital. I can't believe Pelosi hasn't approached him on this.


so why dont you guys say medicare for all for free? because medicare for all would be a different animal. you know that but wont admit it

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 02/26/2020 07:41 PM
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It would indeed be nice to completely divorce health insurance from employment, because it would facilitate career portability.

You could buy one insurance policy from one provider you like (private or a government-run public option competing against each other) and keep it forever.

Person A should be able to purchase the same policy at Person B for the same price, not granting Person B a discount because of "volume buying" via a large employer or association.

If lifetime limits were reinstated, people would be less inclined to get all the free care they can after meeting the current year's deductible, and save the reimbursement for when they really need it.

The current system incentivizes abuse, because they make it a contest to see if you can get as much care as you're paying for every year.

 02/26/2020 08:39 PM
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We can't all be lucky enough to have the "haulin bass medical plan' (ie walkin clinic) LOL



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SlimyBritches

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Originally posted by: Cole

My HSA sucked. My deductible was $7,000 and total family out-of-pocket was $12,000.



I paid more than $50,000 in medical bills over a five year period.



P.S. An HSA still costs more than $12,000 a year in the open market.

Welcome to my world.


Edited: 02/27/2020 at 05:01 AM by SlimyBritches
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