Discussion in 'Cesspool' started by uconndoit, Jul 2, 2012.
For some reason it skipped past 2 random questions for me. Just curious if it was just me...
That didn't happen for me.
Here's one that's a little more difficult.
I got the first nine questions right, and it skipped question 10. So I got a 90%. With that, it said I know more about the ACA than 97% of those who have taken the poll.
Some of the questions are just-a-bit nuanced (and I knew the answer Kaiser was looking for) but the so-called Death Panel question is a good example. The utilization panel (as a cost control arbiter) does exist in the legislation.
FWIW: The end-of-life counseling re-imbursement was never a concern (of mine) there never was (as I remember) any economic compulsion (i.e. refusal to pay) in that provision. The QUAL calculation will result in a dimunition in the quality of life - if not earlier death for many seniors - THAT'S a really frightening prospect.
You answered 10 out of 10 questions correctly, better than 99.6% of Americans.
The better question: asking people if they support or oppose the law and then comparing scores. I have my suspicions on this.....
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