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Taxpayers to fund viral video contest

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A new contest run by the federal government asks for video skits of people getting hurt. It's to spread awareness of new insurance options for young adults as part of the new health care law.

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joewW07 - 8/28/2013 7:20 AM
1 Vote
"The Affordable Care Act" What a joke!! Obama said we needed it because there was 30 million American's uninsured....Well guess what? There will probably still be over 30 million American's uninsured when it is all said and done. A single person can not get Medicaid, and if they earn less than $11,500 a year(which is equal to a part time job) you do not qualify for Obamacare. A family of 5 that earns $24,000 a year dose not qualify for Medicaid or Obamacare.. So you see, this is not helping anybody and there will still be millions uninsured....smh

wishmistress - 8/28/2013 3:58 AM
2 Votes
OMG, native...This is just a grain of sand in the billions and billions that they waste in 'pet projects'. It's sickening to read some of the things they do with OUR MONEY! ... As for this fiasco, what will be the outcome when some idiot gets hurt, or worse, making one of these stupid videos?

nativejax - 8/27/2013 10:51 PM
1 Vote
What a bunch of thieves. We struggle out here and they steal our tax dollars for this garbage?
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