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#113 - The only problem I can see with ObamaCare is that some of the …  [+] (1 reply) 11/05/2012 on Dawn of the First Day 0
#114 - areyouawakeyet (11/05/2012) [-]
Work for the university newspaper =/ wrote like 4 stories on the various policies, namely education and healthcare, for our election edition, and a lot of the research stuck.

If I remember right, they did amend it to exclude mandates that go against religious groups, but allow for internal dissent (IE: if a Catholic woman decides to get an abortion, she would still be covered), though I haven't checked up on that in months.
#108 - I literally got that off of a website: go down to education a…  [+] (3 replies) 11/05/2012 on Dawn of the First Day 0
#109 - areyouawakeyet (11/05/2012) [-]
I said some Universities have nearly 80% of their costs being fees; tuition is still a large chunk and I congratulate Romney for that. Good luck on getting into U Mass!
We spend more than any other country in the world on defense, and more than 20 or so of the nations that come close to our defense spending combined (most of those countries being our allies anyway). Also, little known fact, Obamacare will actually lower the debt over the next 10 fiscal years, as demonstrated by every congressional investigation/evaluation on the topic (from both parties).

I think Romney's a good businessman, but would make a terrible national leader. I will however, say that I agree with his stances on China and immigration.

Also, thumb'd for having a conversation with me and not being a butthurt typical FJ user (regardless of your political orientation).
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#113 - ilikebigdick (11/05/2012) [-]
The only problem I can see with ObamaCare is that some of the clauses in it are mandatory. A religious group of shop owners in Oklahoma is putting up a case against against it in federal court because one of the clauses in it requires that coverage be given to contraceptives which goes against their religion. I agree it can lower the deficit because of the number of cuts on healthcare and with associated taxes within the act, I just can't see why it has to be mandatory.

Thumb'd as well because you are apparently knowledgeable on the subject.
#114 - areyouawakeyet (11/05/2012) [-]
Work for the university newspaper =/ wrote like 4 stories on the various policies, namely education and healthcare, for our election edition, and a lot of the research stuck.

If I remember right, they did amend it to exclude mandates that go against religious groups, but allow for internal dissent (IE: if a Catholic woman decides to get an abortion, she would still be covered), though I haven't checked up on that in months.
#104 - Romney's plan for student education is to give the top 25% of …  [+] (5 replies) 11/05/2012 on Dawn of the First Day -1
#106 - areyouawakeyet (11/05/2012) [-]
Nope. Read up again bub; that 25% bit is his state's tuition policy.
Any high school student who graduates in the top 25% of his state gets tuition paid for the by the state to any state college. Keep in mind that this does not cover fees, books, or any living expenses, and some schools in Massachusetts have fees being nearly 80% of their total cost to attend for 4 years.

If he decides to apply a similar policy at the national level, it would contradict nearly every statement he has recently made regarding his policies (IE: less government spending).

Wouldn't be anything new though. Anyone recall how as soon as Sandy hit, Romney took back his statement about cutting FEMA funding?
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#108 - ilikebigdick (11/05/2012) [-]
I literally got that off of a website: www.issues2000.org/Mitt_Romney.htm go down to education and its literally the first thing there. And I know what it costs to go to college I'm applying this year and tuition is a decent portion of the cost; I live in Massachusetts and it says here (www.umass.edu/umfa/basics/costs/) that it costs $23,000 to attend as an undergraduate, $13,000 of it being tuition.
Romney and Obama are not for less government spending, Obama will spend more than Romney if re-elected, Romney will probably spend less but most of his spending will be in defense programs, he wants to stop some of the Democratic programs (i.e. ObamaCare).
While I can't vote this year, my views line up more with Obama's, which I'm fine with despite being raised in a Republican family.
#109 - areyouawakeyet (11/05/2012) [-]
I said some Universities have nearly 80% of their costs being fees; tuition is still a large chunk and I congratulate Romney for that. Good luck on getting into U Mass!
We spend more than any other country in the world on defense, and more than 20 or so of the nations that come close to our defense spending combined (most of those countries being our allies anyway). Also, little known fact, Obamacare will actually lower the debt over the next 10 fiscal years, as demonstrated by every congressional investigation/evaluation on the topic (from both parties).

I think Romney's a good businessman, but would make a terrible national leader. I will however, say that I agree with his stances on China and immigration.

Also, thumb'd for having a conversation with me and not being a butthurt typical FJ user (regardless of your political orientation).
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#113 - ilikebigdick (11/05/2012) [-]
The only problem I can see with ObamaCare is that some of the clauses in it are mandatory. A religious group of shop owners in Oklahoma is putting up a case against against it in federal court because one of the clauses in it requires that coverage be given to contraceptives which goes against their religion. I agree it can lower the deficit because of the number of cuts on healthcare and with associated taxes within the act, I just can't see why it has to be mandatory.

Thumb'd as well because you are apparently knowledgeable on the subject.
#114 - areyouawakeyet (11/05/2012) [-]
Work for the university newspaper =/ wrote like 4 stories on the various policies, namely education and healthcare, for our election edition, and a lot of the research stuck.

If I remember right, they did amend it to exclude mandates that go against religious groups, but allow for internal dissent (IE: if a Catholic woman decides to get an abortion, she would still be covered), though I haven't checked up on that in months.
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