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That was bad that members of congress voted for or against a 2800 page health care bill without reading it.
Waiting to hear this one the regulations tacked on the health care bill are stacking up literally and knowing that you -- no one who voted for Michael -- is written even one page of that regulations 828 pages new regulations written by HHS workers.
Police in just one day.
That now brings the total offense -- 20000.
And no more regulations coming.
Does anyone really know what is in all that paperwork the nose at least be back joins us.
Please if you -- the senate minority leader's office and I know -- -- -- took your picture by the stack of those regulations here five -- 5% right type of -- and I was -- three inch -- -- -- back -- so behind doing that picture and those -- 20000 regulations have been -- up the 2800 page bill.
That's right 20000 pages stacked up in the corner right after -- kind of -- is getting a lot of attention that I out and you see any members of that congress in right those right no matter of US senate house or senate wrote that -- -- And use in their reading those thank you know and they didn't viola who want those 20000 pages of regulations have been added on the 2800 page bill that would be our federal regulators that's their job and to be honest guy that I mean we know that this -- be -- -- and you felt.
This is the latest hostages remain convinced stacks of paper are going to be huge and nobody tonight.
This isn't really saying healthcare overhaul I just found that I was -- those civilian reelected suspicious and this is so monumental health care.
And I was judged by the fact that people voted for something that they never read -- to -- and fundamentally that seemed like if you how he feels as good up through the Vietnam -- But on top of that now we have 20000 pages of regulations tacked -- -- this bill but people wouldn't even vote to who didn't read it that's right -- I mean it's a very -- -- he didn't -- it really doesn't overhaul many many parts of the health care system and so they needed to draft.
Hundred -- of regulations in order to make it work I guess the good news is the people who are going to have to deal with us are mainly insurance actuaries.
They're state insurance commissioners say the insurance companies -- people who lack you know professionally.
Made to do that.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Preferably be simple so people can understand it and people should read it who are responsible for a great -- -- -- -- I think I mean if people want to go read that they can I think we have to read in my cabinet part to think through and I think if people really a problem -- that probably because freedom.
But Brad eight it's definitely content type a message that the -- regulation the mandate any news -- the mandate.
-- -- you know out what the penalties are gonna look like if you don't Obey him and he's starting next year is going to be about a hundred dollars if you don't carry insurance it's going to add -- up to about 700 dollars like 2016.
And -- and that's definitely -- a big increase over a couple of years for people who aren't carrying health insurance this is a big part of the new.
Help paralyzed people are required to carry insurance I've created in the system -- -- -- better off I'm not buying a mandate the first year because a hundred dollars and get -- -- apparently I mean that's that people are saying it's not strong enough to induce people to Andrew the health care system in the first year and so when making a little bit of a rocky transition a lot of people might choose to -- -- hundred dollars instead of -- insurance company.
And then and of course we have I think -- didn't exist in this doesn't dip their pre existing problem.
You guys get if guys get insurance you know today or tomorrow and the next day sitting gone -- I'd say you know we're have to worry about getting -- -- -- paying the mandate that's right and so health insurers have been making the case that the Obama administration needs to make these penalties.
Even stronger to induce people to action this system and make sure that everything works OK for.
Whether he invented the system was if everybody was and it and it was pitching in spending money the problem is does a lot of people have gotten waivers lots of organizations have gotten waivers -- -- not going to be an -- right.
We don't know yet we really don't know exactly how it's going to work out I mean it's true that there have been a lot of waivers.
But I think we're gonna have to wait and see until next year when most of the last provisions take a -- And we see whether or not the system works I mean really there's so much that's going to happen and there's going to be so much and -- And richest athlete and.
He does anybody know what's happen no I don't think they -- I really honestly so so mystified by this whole thing is we have this enormous bill.
Prison 20000 pages of regulations nobody knows us and Emma and -- and impact know even though see the economic impact.
Well a lot of people we have to remember are welcoming the -- I mean that image of the huge stack of regulations is going to be a welcome sight for too little.
Two Democrats who supported it absolutely and people crap happening and they did an awesome it really notice any success stuff -- possibly -- even read it.
They're saying it's -- of the federal government has been a -- and try at least to solve problems -- -- I have to -- this -- federal government -- how many thousands of empty vacant buildings around the country that would -- -- know we're doing than his -- -- I -- do you -- think could be that the government is -- knows what it's doing it had -- got to try to -- that you've been around -- long enough you might be -- -- -- waste and -- -- goes on -- -- definitely a difference in perspective.
I hope -- -- -- but -- let it get day it's it's that -- finally nobody's even even bother to read it anyway.
Police tried on personal ever read the -- 20000 pages nice to see you thank you -- --
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