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Old 07-05-2013, 09:43 AM   #39
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Originally Posted by Pawnmower View Post
In theory the answer is yes to both...

In fact you should have more choices instead of less...There are many people (me included) who have plans like Kaiser where you are forced to see a doctor in that plan's list.

With this AFA, you are supposed to be able to have the opportunity to choose from your current plan or a number of other plans...

have you seen anything that would lead you to think you'd be forced to switch doctors or plans?
Seriously, has the left learned anything from all the past interventions and welfare in the healthcare markets? I guess not. Medicaid, Medicare....all these programs skyrocketed beyond govt projected costs. The same will happen here. If you think it's bad now, you just wait.

More govt is not the solution. That's the CAUSE of the healthcare problem.
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