Piketty and wealth gap

700 pages to conclude that “it takes money to make money” ???

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Sterling and racist remarks

A usual, the left and right are wrong.

This sounds more like a jealous boyfriend sort of thing.
Some women have a type.
Some women/girls like guys in uniform for example.

Sterling knows it and prefers that his girlfriend doesn’t make a public spectacle right in front of him for the world to see.

 

 

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ObamaCare and bankruptcy

Change the bankruptcy laws so uninsured patients CANNOT discharge medical bills through bankruptcy.

The new pariahs will be the health care takers (the risk takers) and the uninsured.

The next wave of government regulation will be draconian behavioral controls related to health in a last gasp attempt to control costs.

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ObamaCare

Here’s the deal. Many buy in and a few get paid, unlimited for life.

Sounds like a lottery.

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ObamaCare

Why the confusion?  Simple, really.

OB says no gambling, roll the dice, cost-shifting. Whatever you want to call it.

ACA compliant insurance cannot have life time caps for example.

Will it work?  Can “we” afford that luxury?
Unlikely.

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ObamaCare

Are the democrats calling for “individual financial responsibility”?
The democrats are sounding more like republicans.

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Health care

After ACA, there will be two major systems just like education.

Private schools and concierge medicine.

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Obamacare

The left says costs will be lower under  Obamacare.

The right says costs will be higher  under Obamacare.

As usual, the “left and right are wrong”.

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Health care costs

8000 people a day turning 65 now.  Or, use whatever stat you want.

Just for shock value, let’s use a life expectancy of 120.  Almost double from 65.
As people age, especially from higher levels, they don’t get younger.  The health problems don’t get less expensive.

No private insurance system will be willing or able to take on that sort of risk.

Also, no public system or government can possibly manage or afford that risk either. Period.

OK, it’s your move.  What say you?

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Australian, Christopher Lane

Is the “race card” political machine happy now?
Are they in any way responsible, or was it video games?

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