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rebelfury76 June 5th, 2014 1:51am

If someone rides a motorcycle and crashes should the taxpayer have to pay for his medical bills?

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commonsense America isnt racist
06/04/14 6:55 pm

No, that's what cash/medical insurance is for.

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rebelfury76 No Justice, No Peace
06/05/14 5:35 am

The aca does nothing for this scenario

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EarlyBird Portland
06/05/14 5:54 am

How about if everyone becomes responsible for themselves and quit involving other people?!

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krayzewolf New Hampshire
06/04/14 8:21 pm

I ride motorcycles. I have my own insurance. Couldn't imagine not, but Murica seems to be developing amnesia about personal responsibility, thinking ahead, and the consequences of actions from the decisions they make.

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Shazam Scaramouche, OH
06/04/14 9:46 pm

No, that's exactly why ACA (Obamacare) is so important!

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closed Lol hi
06/04/14 7:09 pm

That's why you get insurance. Lol. Should tax payers pay for healthcare if someone's hurt in a car accident? Where do we draw the line?

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CalTexHawk spiral arm
06/05/14 3:42 pm

Rebel seems to be having problems with your logic. Yes, ACA is intended to ensure that the hypothetical motorcycle rider has medical coverage. If he/she is not at fault, the insurance of the individual at fault might include some medical as well.

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jvc1133 61535
06/04/14 6:55 pm

We're going to pay for everyone's bills with
ACA fuc

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Shazam Scaramouche, OH
06/05/14 12:54 pm

Sorry - assuming neither rider had motorcycle insurance. Private (ACA) health insurance still pays. Other option is tax payer.

Diogenes FreeMeBe
06/04/14 7:10 pm

Only if he's crossing the border.

Shazam Scaramouche, OH
06/05/14 11:21 am

Sure it does! Assuming the rider did not have insurance, the taxpayer would foot the bill. Assuming he followed the law, they no linger would. See how that works?

rebelfury76 No Justice, No Peace
06/05/14 11:29 am

That's not what the ACA does. That already existed.

rons WOKE is sick
06/05/14 4:50 am

No! You have to buy insurance. It a privilege to have one.