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Old 08-06-2013, 01:39 AM   #1
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ACA is so great, congress is now exempt

from taking it. What a joke!

They made and passed the bill, they should have to take it if the people they represent have to take it. Can't wait to see if IRS is going to be exempt because they don't want it either.
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My employer subsidizes my health insurance. Many employers do so and will continue to do so after ACA goes into effect. This whole blowup is just another red herring spawned by those who are desperately trying to find a way to deprive the nation's less affluent affordable health care.
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My employer subsidizes my health insurance. Many employers do so and will continue to do so after ACA goes into effect. This whole blowup is just another red herring spawned by those who are desperately trying to find a way to deprive the nation's less affluent affordable health care.
Agreed
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Thanks folks, we don't see this thread as having any relevance to FIRE
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