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Getting what you vote for

December 3, 2013 in General

Politics Does it matter that many can’t register for coverage?

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Have your say and vote – what do you want from your insurance?

November 26, 2013 in General

What do you want?

Today I thought it might not be a bad idea to get some feedback from anyone who reads this blog as to what it is they put as priority when it comes to arranging insurance.

So, get involved and share with anyone else you know of.

I look forward to seeing the results!

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PLEASE HELP ME VOTE

October 22, 2013 in General

All singaporeans must vote

For people of your networth, one of the main concerns could be protection of your current wealth. Top 20% of Singaporeans which controls 80% of Singapore’s wealth listed losing majority of their wealth as the number One Nightmare in Singapore.

Why did the house vote to keep their Health insurance before they voted to gut yours?

July 30, 2013 in Health insurance

242 Republicans and 4 Blue Dog Democrats voted to keep their Socialist Government run Health Insurance and then turned around and voted to repeal Health Care Reform.

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How much would it cost to buy Joe Lieberman’s vote on Health Care?

May 6, 2013 in Health insurance

He gets his campaign funding $$$$$$ from insurance companies in Conn. How much could we and Obama raise to outbid these private businesses and buy his vote on health care? Would it take a new casino or a ski resort, any ideas?

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Who would you vote for this coming election?

May 3, 2013 in Insurance jobs and educations

Who would you vote for? Obama or Romney and why?
Plus what are some policies you agree on with that candidate?

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Why can’t America vote nationally on Universal Health Care?

April 9, 2013 in Health insurance

Candidate Obama promised to change Washington, DC so that the corporate powers did not control policy, well on health care President Obama is doing the opposite. He is letting the corporate powers – the insurance, HMO and pharmaceutical industries — run health care. He has insurance company representatives speaking first and last at his White House health care meeting. At the same time single payer is not being considered by Obama. Why is single payer off the table? Are the corporate powers still in charge?
Is it really fair to Americans that Congressional members whose political existence is dependent upon the Insurance industry, vote on our behalf on such a crucial matter?

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Swiss Stocks Drop for Second Day Before Cyprus Levy Vote

March 20, 2013 in General

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Howard Dean Reluctantly Says Vote YES

February 5, 2013 in Health insurance


Gov. Howard Dean created quit a stir when he said he would vote NO on the Senate version of the Health Care insurance reform bill, because it did not have a public option or lower the Medicare eligibility age, but the extreme right wing-nuts began using him in their rhetoric which he could not allow to continue so has reluctantly changed his mind and now recommends the senate vote yes for the bill hoping it may be changed for the better in the conference committee. Also discussed is the offensive email portraying Barack Obama as a communist witch doctor sent out by Dr. David McKalip who had to step down from his leadership post in the AMA see the St. Petersburg Times (www.tampabay.com ST. PETERSBURG — The president-elect of the Pinellas County Medical Association stepped down Friday, apologizing profusely for forwarding an e-mail image that portrayed President Barack Obama as a witch doctor in a loin cloth and headdress with bones in his nose. Dr. David McKalip, a St. Petersburg neurosurgeon, said he is taking a year’s leave of absence from a leadership role at the American Medical Association. He also plans to take a lower public profile in the health care reform debate. “That e-mail depicted such an offense image, and it was completely inappropriate for me to thoughtlessly forward it out,” McKalip said. “A person in my position, who’s trying to help patients and trying to do it in organized medicine, needs to think hard about the people he’s going to hurt when he sends

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January 30, 2013 in Fire insurance


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