What's really sad is that many of the people standing in line in that GOP-approved Tennessee health care lottery probably vote Republican.What's really sad is the fact that you appear to be ignorant to the fact that it was actually a Dem that cut 170,000 people from TennCare back in 2005.From the article:TennCare already provides health coverage to 1.2 million people, more than half of whom are children, at a combined state and federal cost of about $9 billion a year...In Tennessee, the debate over expansion is particularly contentious because of TennCare’s tumultuous history. It was once among the most generous Medicaid programs in the country. But costs spiraled, and 170,000 people were cut from the rolls in 2005 under Gov. Phil Bredesen, a Democrat.
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