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  • When these packs of Republicans, out to destroy everything in their wake, soon discover that their health insurance refuses to pay for most procedures and their premiums continue to sky-rocket, will they totally understand what reforms means.

    Tea Party Express cruises through Nevada

  • Westminster Council is taking this action preemptively because they know that rough sleeping is about to sky-rocket as a direct result of David Cameron's policies.

    Johann Hari: The Conservative Assault on the Homeless

  • This is being done at a time when the number of people needing those hostels and that support is set to sky-rocket.

    Johann Hari: The Conservative Assault on the Homeless

  • The GOP can only see the dollar signs from the insurance company lobbyists, but health care reform doesn't pass soon (with some sort of public option) we will all be seeing the dollar signs as the insurance companies continue to pick our pockets, and costs will only continue to sky-rocket out of control.

    Nelson reviewing new abortion language

  • Economists say neither side in the budget debate has yet to embrace badly-needed reforms to programs that provide income and health care assistance to retirees, the costs of which are expected to sky-rocket in coming years.

    President Obama Unveils Budget Proposal

  • That of course can be debatable, but if you manage to do that, motivation (according to my personal experience) will sky-rocket, making you life easier.

    P is for Pronunciation « An A-Z of ELT

  • Sadly, look to those neighborhoods with the highest % of immigrant populations to be the neighborhoods where crime will sky-rocket.

    Matthew Yglesias » By Request: Crime and Recession

  • Shortly after that, though, they would sky-rocket into fame with the creation of Captain America, and while the Captain was not the first patriotic superhero, he quickly became the most popular and helped establish the creative duo as a valuable commodity.

    The Kirby Files: From American Dream to American Dissolution, Part 1

  • The folklore he is trying to etch firmly into the public debate is that when China finally sells of its US bond holdings, those yields will sky-rocket, no-one else will want the debt and it will be the end America as we know it.

    Marshall Auerback: The Summer(s) of Our Discontent

  • Even though their (and our) insurance premiums sky-rocket, many employers distance the patient from the real costs of paying the bill.

    Dana Ullman: Lies, Damn Lies and Medical Research

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