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Like the United States, the British nation was built on successive waves of immigration.  It’s our strength and our distinction.
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New York Times  Oct 17  Comment 
Bracing for a grim election on Nov. 4, the White House is grappling with what should come afterward — and how quickly to move to overhaul the nation’s immigration system.
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New York Times  Oct 16  Comment 
Senator Pat Roberts and Greg Orman debate the issues in Kansas.




 
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A lot. More today than a year ago.Because of Obamacare, no company in America ofefrs stand alone children's health insurance.Why? Obamacare dictates that it is guaranteed issue, without rate ups, regardless of health. Therefore, there is no reason to purchase it until there is a claim needing to be paid.That's not health insurance. That's a confiscatory tax on health insurance companies. Fortunately, they aren't slaves yet, so they exercised the F U clause in the contract with the purple bellies from Washington and just refused to do business where they are guaranteed to lose money.How do you fix the problem of un- and under-insured? By making health insurance affordable.How do you make it affordable? By removing ALL government mandates, loser pays tort reform, encouraging competition between providers (enforce existing anti-trust laws), eliminate the AMA monopoly on billing codes, and eliminate the connection between employment and health insurance.Do these things and we'll see health insurance cost less than auto insurance. More people will be covered, more people will be healthy.

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