Oh boy. Never in my wildest dreams did I think Trump was going to win it all. But hey, I like most of the people he's surrounding himself with and I'm optimistic. Lots of knee jerking, hyperbole from the other side. No better than those who said 2 Obama terms were going to end America as we know it. I wish Trump all the best....if he fails, the country fails.
I wish I could remember what we even agreed to (but I don't), but I trust what you say and I'm more than happy to keep my word! PMing you now. I remember Fleming's and it being in relation to the election, but I don't recall the full details. Either way, sounds like a great way to help someone out and as I said I certainly want to keep my word!Evan, I believe you owe me a steak dinner at Fleming's. However, in the spirit of magnanimity I would like to donate the money that would have been spent to a forum member who could benefit from such a donation. I have someone in mind. PM me if you need help identifying the individual.
I'm in the camp that thinks we need to find a way for all of our citizens to have decent health care services. I think Obama tried with the ACA, but it needs major revising. I will forever be thankful that Obamacare existed last year when my teenage daughter was pregnant and had zero coverage for prenatal services, labor, and delivery on my own health insurance plan. If it hadn't been for Obamacare, she would've had no coverage. We are fortunate enough that we could've paid for her normal labor and delivery out of pocket (we did pay for almost all of her prenatal services out of pocket due to delays in wading through the insurance bureaucracy), but if she'd had some sort of catastrophic event it would've been a financial disaster. I very much empathize with those who have no affordable way to cover their health expenses.Also his plan to repeal & replace obamacare so quickly has the hospital case workers in a panic. "Surely they'll actually take the time to analyze everything they're doing and changing" ... We all hope he doesn't rush this like he's talking about doing. You just can't overhaul something so intricate in under a year - certainly the government can't (shouldn't) - and expect it to be flawless.
Hearing a lot of people are upset that birth control won't be totally free in the future health care replacement. Poor souls will have to pay a copay like the rest of us do with any other prescription.
I don't know. Sandra Fluke lied about the cost when it was available right there in DC for $9 a monthIt's always been ridiculous how expensive birth control can be, there was a time when it wasn't covered under insurance BUT Viagra was.....