EXCUSE ME?????? IM NUMBER ONE AND YOU A DAMN C LIST CELEBRITY!!! I WORK WITH THE ELIZABETH KORKOV!!! I FLY FROM PARIS TO LA TO MEXICO IN TWO MINUTES WHILE YOUR BUTT IT STUCK WORKING THE 4 HOUR SHIFT IN MY STORE SO CHIC!!! HOW ARE YOU TOO GOOD FOR ME??? I SHOWER IN DIAMONDS AND MY DRESS WAS FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS WHILE YOU LOOK LIKE YOU BOUGHT YOUR OUTFIT FROM MACKLEMORES THRIFT STORE!!!!

Im all for birth control, but buy it for yourself.

Why should anybody but you have to pay for your birth control? People arent paying for your ibprofin when you get a head ache, people arent paying for your cough syrup (placebo) when you catch a cold, people arent paying for my condoms, but they should be paying for your birth control pill? Especially since taking the pill is a choice (hate to break it to you, but it is) there are a lot of ways you can get it cheaply too. My girlfriend gets it at her college clinic and it doesnt cost very much, so if it’s worth it to you, shell out the money and buy it. safe sex is not a right, it’s a responsibility; if youre not on the pill, and he doesnt have a condom, dont fuck. It’s that easy

A cut finger cost this guy how much?!

New Jersey man Baer Hanusz-Rajkowski recently found out the hard way that the cost of American medicine is totally out of control. Two days after slicing his finger open on the claw end of a hammer, Hanusz-Rajkowski sought medical attention at Bayonne Medical Center’s emergency room when the cut didn’t seem to be healing.

After a brisk visit in which Hanusz-Rajkowski did not see a doctor and did not receive stitches, he got a bill in the mail for $9,000. Essentially, Bayonne charged him months’ worth of pay for some gauze and a tetanus shot.

Here’s the breakdown:

- $8,200 for visiting the E.R.

- $180 for a tetanus shot

- $242 for “sterile supplies” (presumably, the bandage)

- $8 for antibacterial ointment

- Hundreds more for a few moments of the nurse practitioner’s time.

This is all after insurance.

There is a silver lining thanks to Obamacare | Follow micdotcom 

Yes, Obamacare Is Cutting The Deficit

"… all the ‘deficit hawks’ out there who are deeply concerned about too much borrowing and the terrible choices our grandchildren will confront might want to write a letter of thanks to one Barack Hussein Obama…. The reasons for the slowdown [in the deficit] in Medicare spending are complicated. But a big part of it is — you guessed it — the Affordable Care Act. The ACA has found direct savings in Medicare with things like cuts to some provider payments…. Medicare is still the biggest driver of future deficits, but the next time you hear a conservative say we have to ‘rein in entitlements,’ you can remind them that nothing any president has done to achieve that goal has been nearly as effective as the reforms contained within the hated Obamacare.” - Paul Waldman in the Washington Post

You will never hear a Republican/Conservative say thank-you. They are too caught up in a hate-spiral of name-calling and victim-blaming.

One Republican mayor just marched 273 miles to Washington in support of Obamacare

Adam O’Neal, the Republican mayor of Belhaven, N.C., just walked 273 miles in support of Obamacare.

O’Neal is conservative and while he hasn’t fully embraced the Affordable Care Act — “I understand some of the suspicions political leaders in my party have,” he told the Washington Post — his state’s decision to reject the expansion of Medicaid and one tragic death in his community paved the way for a political stand.

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"States that embraced Obamacare have seen much faster gains in insurance rates than those that have opposed the law, this map from Huffington Post (using Gallup data) shows."

All you need to know about Obamacare in one map.

Red States Kansas, Iowa, and Virginia did not participate. Making bad decisions had consequences.

Via Vox

The GOP-led House of Representatives has passed a bill granting House Speaker John Boehner the authority to sue President Obama, the first time the legislative branch has endorsed such a lawsuit. The action will focus narrowly on Obama’s failure to enforce a relatively minor aspect of the Affordable Care Act, which Mr Boehner is clearly on record as saying he opposes anyway .. (story here)

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