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Old 09-05-2011, 07:07 PM
Location: Chicago
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Originally Posted by emilybh View Post
Unless every sole prorietor and small business with between 2 and 50 employees in Massachusetts only comprises 8% of the people in the state, he was wrong about the number of people in MA affected by Romneycare. Some of my small business clients received letters saying their deductibles were too high and didn't comply with Romneycare (and they were then forced to spend more money to buy a plan with a lower deductible that the GOVERNMENT thought they should have). Romney is way too slick for me and a major flip-flopper (and liar).

I read and listen to everyone(not the media's agenda driven interpretation, or the sheep that just repeat the misrepresentation of the media-heads.)

You got a problem with that?
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