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  1. HunterC

    March 21, 2012 at 10:53 am

    Stripping away health benefits — really, really extreme

    “7. The amendment would automatically strip health benefits from unmarried people who receive coverage through their partners, including people with severe pre-existing conditions.”

  2. Jeff S

    March 21, 2012 at 12:14 pm

    The proponents of said Amendment have laid judgment on these people. I can only assume they are happy to see those who will not follow their own personal morality punished.

    I really don’t see that these lists are going to change anyone’s minds. In fact, they might just be further incentive. Kids of sinners are sinners as well right? Seniors living in sin and “stealing from the govt” need to be punished as well right? I joke, but I’m not laughing because I realize a growing number of people believe it.

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