Question by Lamplighter: Why is Rick Scott helping to orchestrate the mobs that are disrupting the town hall meetings on health care?
“Scott was ousted by his own board of directors in 1997 in the midst of the biggest health care fraud scandal in U.S. history, a scandal that ultimately led to a payment of $ 1.7 billion to settle charges including the overbilling of state and federal health programs.”

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Answer by I do not like them, Sam I am.
Why is Obama sending the SEIU and ACORN to them now?

You guys can’t say a word about this. Remember??? You love organizers.

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13 thoughts on “Why is Rick Scott helping to orchestrate the mobs that are disrupting the town hall meetings on health care?”

  1. He’s not.

    You know, liberals are desperate now to cover up the mobs organized illegally by the Obama administration, and you’re too stupid to figure it out.

  2. The only reason politicians are against health care reform is because the insurance companies are paying them.

    It’s sad that people are letting corporations control them so easily. Sure, the politicians get a fat paycheck out of this but what do us the American people get? Nothing.

  3. Just more proof that the Fed Govt is completely unable to monitor it’s programs well enough to eliminate fraud, waste and inefficiencies.

    Private Ins companies have no such problem. Or if they do, they go out of business.

  4. Congressman and Senators are suppose to do the work of the people that they represent. Not what the Special Interests groups pay them to do. Some of the meetings have gotten loud because the elected officials aren’t listening to the Will of the People. So as deceptions grow and lies add up. We know it’s getting to a point where we have to raise our unified voice and say, “ENOUGH MEANS ENOUGH!!”

  5. Other Groups that “Organize” Protests would be those like ACORN,Code Pink,and various other Liberal Organizations.

    Yet suddenly Citizens speaking up is tantamount to Treason in the eyes of Liberals.Adolph would be so completely proud of you guys.

    Heil Obama!!

  6. I’ve read the bill. Have you? I’ve read the Constitution. Have you? I’ve studied economics for over 30 years. Have you?

    Rick Scott isn’t orchestrating the mobs. This story was manufactured and has already been debunked. You gravitate to this stuff like flies to fecal matter.

    Find some new material, or actually debate HR 3200 with us.

    You do realize the reason we’re asking/shouting questions and holding these people accountable is because they’re spoon-feeding you outright, bald-faced lie upon lie regarding this legislation.

    Merely dismissing our questions and then referring to people as organized thugs only highlights your unwillingness and fear to discuss the bill.

    I’ve read the bill. Have you? I’ve read the Constitution. Have you? I’ve studied economics for over 30 years. Have you?

    P.S. By the way, Cowboy Diplomat, you know who gave you HMOs which further increase prices on 3rd parties, limits choice, and shackles providers? Your friendly neighborhood government. I know you aren’t a proponent of government intrusion, I just thought I would add that nugget of info.

    There is no free market in the health care industry – there exists virtually no competition. This is one of the primary reasons for high cost.

  7. How come we never heard of “the biggest health care fraud scandal” before? The bottom line is this: when an HMO denies coverage, a patient can appeal to Human Resources for help. I know, because I’ve done it several times. Poorly performing HMOs get replaced by better ones. It’s how the free market works. What are we going to do when health care is controlled by a government monoploy run by arrogant control freaks who subjectivly rule on life and death issues?

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