Supervisor Stone Slams Obamacare, Calls it 'Unaffordable'

Supervisor Jeff Stone said he sees "cities going bankrupt" from the Affordable Care Act, according to a report.

Cities could go bankrupt with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, said Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone.

The Republican leader said he's concerned that county governments will "be bearing the responsibility and the financial brunt of providing health care," according to a Press-Enterprise report.

He told the newspaper that "the state hasn’t provided enough money to Riverside County to cover the cost for overseeing prisoners shifted to the county through realignment" and because of that, he's "always very cynical."

Read the full report here.

Carl Petersen III January 10, 2013 at 08:58 PM
Roberto 10:28 am on Thursday, January 10, 2013 "tutor you on the benefits of paying more in taxes" . . Why don't you do a little copying and pasting to prove this point?
jill smith January 11, 2013 at 12:56 AM
Carl I wont address Shane he has demonstrated his idiocy over and over, but I thought you might have one intelligent thought, instead you seem sarcastic and immature. Silly come backs about Fox news and other nonsense is a waste of time. I'am out.
Carl Petersen III January 11, 2013 at 05:32 AM
jill smith also commented on Supervisor Stone Slams Obamacare, Calls it 'Unaffordable'. "Shane and carl watch fiat money, both of you are goofy, the discussion was about International banks not fox news. Neither one of you had one intelligent statement, forget about fox news and silly come backs and educate yourselves." . . 1) Actually, the conversation was about Obamacare. 2) What have I had to say about Fox news?


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