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Now that Willow Palin is 18, will her mom keep her on her mom's insurance?

Roger47 2012/07/05 19:21:28
Of course!  Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
She better not!
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  • Charu ∞ijm♥∞ 2012/07/10 04:53:30
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    Charu ∞ijm♥∞
    +6
    Before Obamacare you could have your children on your insurance till they were 21.
    What are you trying to do here...show your ignorance?

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  • kevracer 2012/07/17 16:54:00
    She better not!
    kevracer
    +1
    kick her out of the house and tell her to get a job in reality TV- or get pregnant
  • Outta' Here. 2012/07/17 13:46:44
  • ☆ElenaDiamond☆ 2012/07/17 04:43:41 (edited)
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    ☆ElenaDiamond☆
    +1
    I'm sure. My parents were allowed to keep me on my insurance till I was 21 or so when I was in college. I got married though and then I wasn't on it, but I was on my husbands.

    I am not sure what this post is about. Is this some attempt to hype Obamacare?
  • Nameless 2012/07/11 16:48:56
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    Nameless
    +1
    I can't stand Sarah Palin. HOWEVER, I think she does love her children and will do what every loving mother does for their children... Willow will be insured.
  • Dolly 2012/07/11 16:47:30
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    Dolly
    I think Sarah will continue providing Willow with healthcare as long as she mends her ways and learns from her mistakes.
  • The One 2012/07/11 03:41:32
    She better not!
    The One
    What does Vegas say?
  • Philo® ~PWCM~JLA ✩ 2012/07/11 00:29:45
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    Philo® ~PWCM~JLA ✩
    +3
    Dumb question. My daughter was on my insurance until she was 23 - she was in college and my dependent - and this was years before 0bozocare. And I paid for it, you didn't.

    how s that change working for you dumbass
  • Roger47 Philo® ... 2012/07/12 06:05:22
    Roger47
    Anyone who has their kid on their insurance pays for it. Under Obamacare, Willow can be on her mom's insurance until 26 even if she is working at a job that provides no insurance. That was not possible before. Now there is a way for Walmart employees to be insured!
  • gvc Roger47 2012/07/12 06:22:12
    gvc
    You're right, there is a way....they can either purchase insurance or pay the tax.
    Guess they didn't realize the "change" would be coming out of their pockets.
  • Don Leuty 2012/07/10 20:24:14
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    Don Leuty
    +1
    If willow is like most 18 yo girls, she will hang around the nest a bit. Especially in today's job market. There are pretty good odds that Willow will continue her education. That rare commodity, common sense, almost dictates it. If she elects to strike out on her own, however, that cord will probably be cut, too.
  • WF - Rumpelstiltskin -PWCM~JLA 2012/07/10 20:09:51
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    WF - Rumpelstiltskin -PWCM~JLA
    +2
    She is 18 and going to school. That is what I don't understand about the Obama Health Care tax. Name one Health Care Insurance company that does not allow a parent to carry their child whom is going to school.
  • ID51 2012/07/10 13:26:37
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    ID51
    +1
    This really isn't anyone else's business except the Palin's, but as long as Willow is in school, I believe it is legal to remain on the parents' policy. People really need to learn to mind their own business.
  • DS in Oak Ridge NC 2012/07/10 11:41:29
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    DS in Oak Ridge NC
    Whatever provides best coverage for best overall price. In our household, my wife & kids are on one policy, and I'm on another (high-risk/high-cost/high-ded... policy because it works and is a cheaper way to go. All this has been in effect for a few years.
  • darlenedoskas1969 2012/07/10 11:39:31
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    darlenedoskas1969
    +1
    ...and like all republicans, she's more than willing to take for herself and her family what she doesn't want the American public to have
  • gvc darlene... 2012/07/10 12:33:15
    gvc
    You mean earn what others want to take freely don't you?
  • TuringsChild 2012/07/10 06:19:43
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    TuringsChild
    +4
    You lefties are REALLY afraid of Sarah Palin, aren't you? LOL
  • Dagon 2012/07/10 05:01:39 (edited)
  • Charu ∞ijm♥∞ 2012/07/10 04:53:30
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    Charu ∞ijm♥∞
    +6
    Before Obamacare you could have your children on your insurance till they were 21.
    What are you trying to do here...show your ignorance?
  • gvc 2012/07/10 04:25:42
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    gvc
    +4
    You could always carry your children until they were 19 and 24 if they were in school....so what exactly is your point?
    Just another stupid Liberal question???
  • tommyg - POTL- PWCM-JLA 2012/07/10 03:57:04
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    tommyg - POTL- PWCM-JLA
    +3
    I think she has to, doesn't she?
  • themadhare ~IJM 2012/07/10 03:44:22
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    themadhare ~IJM
    +3
    sure. We're all forced to pay for it, anyone can use it equally.
  • morris44 2012/07/10 03:29:31
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    morris44
    +1
    Care and kindness
  • Ken 2012/07/10 03:22:45
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    Ken
    Assuming she will attend college. Most family policies allow that.
  • Roger47 Ken 2012/07/10 05:03:20
    Roger47
    But now even families with kids who don't go to college can keep their kids on their insurance so they don't go uninsured. Great for kids hired by Walmart.
  • Ken Roger47 2012/07/10 16:25:45 (edited)
    Ken
    and a sure bet to cause insurance companies to increase everyone who pays rates.
  • Jackie G - Poker Playing Pa... 2012/07/10 03:22:17
    She better not!
    Jackie G - Poker Playing Patriot
    +2
    NONE OF THE ABOVE

    Why the hell should anyone care?? If she does, so what? If she doesn't, so what?
  • Andy 2012/07/10 03:19:02
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    Andy
    +1
    What??? Any parent would do this...
  • Keeping It Real 2012/07/09 12:29:21
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    Keeping It Real
    Sarah Lying Racist Palin will do in a heart beat, it's not like she have a core and good values. She's one of the most hateful women that I have ever heard in my life.
  • nothingbutthetruth 2012/07/09 09:15:48
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    nothingbutthetruth
    She can stay until she is 26. Enjoy the Health Care Benefits.
  • flaca BN-0 2012/07/09 03:39:30
    Of course! Any good mom would want her daughter to have medical coverage.
    flaca BN-0
    +1
    I bet she does. Let's make it our business to find out. I wonder how many republican families are taking advantage of this part of Obamacare? The journalists have already cited a couple of politicians who do it. Ain't it laughable? Hypocrisy at its finest!
  • Jackie ... flaca BN-0 2012/07/10 03:23:28
    Jackie G - Poker Playing Patriot
    +4
    I will take hypocrisy over vicious bitterness displayed by the left. Jesus, you guys make me sick - your hate is disgusting
  • morris44 Jackie ... 2012/07/10 03:32:07
    morris44
    +2
    Isn't true hypocrisy disparaging a plan then using that same plan?
  • Jackie ... morris44 2012/07/10 03:41:21 (edited)
    Jackie G - Poker Playing Patriot
    +1
    Well, if it were THE plan you might have a point; it is a sentence or two in 2700 pages. No republican has said that there were not two or three good things in the plan. It is the taxes (all 19-21 of them), the control of all health care, the 157 new advisory boards to be established, the 1600 new IRS agents to keep us in line on health insurance, the one size fits all dictates --- well, I will not continue there are so many things to object to that it would take all night - unlike the democrats in congress; I read it.

    So would it truly be hypocrisy to avail oneself of the law of the land while also objecting to the crap in the entire bill - I think not. And since they must pay and have received no gift - the plan gives them nothing.
  • morris44 Jackie ... 2012/07/10 03:46:58
    morris44
    You didn't really answer my simple question. You madesome sort of justification.
  • Jackie ... morris44 2012/07/10 03:51:30
    Jackie G - Poker Playing Patriot
    +2
    No justification because none is necessary - My insurance policy covered my son while he was in college -- never needed Obamacare.

    If Gov Palin choses to keep her daughter on the family policy, it is her choice or do you want different rules for those you hate.
  • morris44 Jackie ... 2012/07/10 15:38:31
    morris44
    +1
    I want everyone to have the same opportunity to insure their kids.

    You were fortunate to have a good plan.

    Shouldn't everyone be so fortunate? Shouldn't the person who is unable to work have the same plan?
  • Jackie ... morris44 2012/07/10 16:43:39
    Jackie G - Poker Playing Patriot
    Most people under age 30 only need catastrophic care policies and my policy is bare bones by choice, the coverage of children in college is simply part of it. I do not cover office visits or checkups or physicals - it is my choice of plans. I accept responsibility for my health so maybe they should have my plan but that is not what you want , is it?
  • gvc morris44 2012/07/10 04:30:16
    gvc
    Her daughter will not benefit from Obama care until she is 25 if she attends school. Not sure what if any point you people think you are making....she is still eligible for coverage with or without Oblah blah care.
    I guess we can't expect people who have never been physically responsible enough to provide insurance for their family to know what the laws were before or after Obama care.
  • Roger47 gvc 2012/07/12 06:09:57
    Roger47
    I do not believe she is attending school.
  • Charu ∞... morris44 2012/07/10 04:55:51 (edited)
    Charu ∞ijm♥∞
    It really doesn't matter does it? She is 18 before Obamacare the age was 21...your question is mute.

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