I guess the 15.3% unemployed in his state must have “earned” losing their coverage. The obvious question to ask is: What 3 industries Rogers gets the most money from? Pharmaceuticals. Health Insurance. Health Professionals. He received over 350,000k in 2008.

His statements do have a factual basis though, its just somewhat ironic that he is representing the most unemployed state in the Union. By raising taxes on those who are employed to give health care to those who don’t have jobs, you are costing an employed person more money for something that is out of their control If you’re a person with a job, this bill is bad for you. You will have to pay more money for the same service, and the service will be worse because of the massive number of horrendously poor-health people that are going to be injected into the risk pool.

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