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2 days ago.
by jaxspp
rshill7
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Letters To Ed :-)

"We've been duped by the Republicans. Kentucky Sen. and minority leader Mitch McConnell in a news conference one day after the election, stated that the single and sole goal of the GOP over the next two years is: to make Barack Obama a single term president. What an arrogant and obnoxious goal and statement. There agenda before the election was to get votes by promising that there first goals were jobs, the economy and health care reform. It seems their goal is to grab power, not to do things for the people that are in need of jobs and or unemployment pay, health care for those that don't have it, and the people losing their homes. This is the same party that wanted the auto plants and their suppliers to go out of business. We are just coming back from what they did to this country, and now we have them back to do the same things to our country again. What a mess the next two years is going to bring to this country. Talk about partisanship." Carl D. Leow Rogers Cit

 
 

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"RS, do you pay income tax? State, federal, local?

You bet you're ass you do. And you pay your own Social Security taxes, your own Medicare taxes, your own retirement on and on."

Pyramid schemes have always been lucrative. Ask Bernie Madoff.

Posted 159 days ago.

"Read about Hitler's"

The Hitler Card! The Commie Card! The Benghazi Card! The MSNBC Card! The IRS Card! All the cards are flying out of the Living Room World today!

Posted 159 days ago.

"Inter state purchasing power, (like auto insurance). "

Would you care to tell us how that worked in banking, Fact-Free?

Posted 159 days ago.

And Fact-Free drives the wahbulance in once more to dredge up the phony scandals. You have got to be the most boring person on earth.

Posted 159 days ago.

"Jaxspp knows nothing about the babble he parrots from MSNBCopolis. "

I never watch MSNBC. Your obsessive compulsiveness regarding it is boring. Another Living Room business mogul.

Posted 159 days ago.

Freeman

I've got to back to my meeting.

Posted 159 days ago.

rshill7

We do need to go back...to wisdom...and stop heading forward...into foolish oblivion, and suicidal subjugation.

Posted 159 days ago.

rshill7

It is "shovel ready" though.

We should bury it before it buries itself and others.

Posted 159 days ago.

Freeman

The new democratic talking point is that the opposition wants to go back to the way it was.

Really? I don't think anyone in the country wants to go back but going forward with this "thing" is now becoming ridiculous.

Posted 159 days ago.

Freeman

To paraphrase the President, "this is a lot more complicated than we thought".

My response, you were warned.

All that is transpiring was foretold by industry experts, administration policy experts and the American people, (racists and obstructionists all).

Posted 159 days ago.

Freeman

How much better would the "public option" be?

Doctors and clinics already decline medicaid patients.

The public option TELLS doctors and hospitals what they will be paid, when they will be paid and, ultimately, what they will pay for, i.e. RATIONING.

20% of the economy in the hands of a government that couldn't even roll out a website?

Don't make me laugh.

Posted 159 days ago.

rshill7

O' fancies himself a yo yo champion with the delusion that insurance companies represent his yo yo collection.

He "thinks" they are all wrapped about his fingers and he can bounce them up and down.

He might be trying to ruin them purposely. Probably is.

Read about Hitler's take over of "healthcare". I believe it's called his T4 plan. "They" always take over healthcare first. Did the same in Soviet Union.

Posted 159 days ago.

Freeman

Let's look at the republican alternative.

Inter state purchasing power, (like auto insurance).

Tort reform.

Even some minimum standards to policies.

Elimination of pre-existing conditions, (Michigan did that prior to ACA).

Regulations that force insurance companies to spend appropriate ratio of income on healthcare and not admin and salaries, (amos).

2300 pages of legislation? Many think we are just scratching the surface of the "(un)intended consequences" of this piece of garbage law.

Posted 159 days ago.

rshill7

Jesus never advocated for any government to "help" anybody. He challenged individuals to help individuals. He also challenged individuals to help themselves. See the difference? Nope.

Freakish concept though, huh? "Extremist" to say the least. <sarc off>

Posted 159 days ago.

Freeman

Amos, if a state thinks it's good for themselves, go for it. Not all states are the same. Thanks for nothing, again.

Posted 159 days ago.

Freeman

Now they are throwing the insurance companies under the bus. It's all their fault for following the regulations HHS laid out in 2010.

They [democrats] are looking you and me in the eye and feigning "shock" that their constituents are loosing their insurance.

Posted 159 days ago.

amos57usa

Point fingers at the people who created Rombama care, the Heritage Foundation. Barry wanted the public option but the right wingers had to stick in $27 million per year insurance company CEOs. Me and the pope and rumor has it jesus would rather help the poor. Socioenonomic that.

Posted 159 days ago.

rshill7

O'commiecare was never about healthcare. It was and is 100% about total gooberment control, just as the Global Warming hoax is 100% about total gooberment control.

Posted 159 days ago.

rshill7

As top salesperson, I was also an independent contractor, which means no one could tell me what to do, even then. They could only offer "suggestions".

Security is in the ability to produce. I worked on straight commission, as in, no guaranteed salary...evah!

Posted 159 days ago.

Freeman

After all of this chaos the zealots in the democratic party are still trying to defend the ACA, a 2300 page chaotic mess who's main goal is to cover the 30, 40 or 50 million, (pick a number, it changes with the level of anxiety on the democratic side), Americans who had no insurance.

OOPS, 30 million will remain uncovered.

They rammed it through, ("elections have consequences") with an arrogance that has come back to bite them in the a-s-s.

They didn't read it, didn't understand it and called anyone who raised questions "racists" and "heartless".

The biggest problem the democratic party has is that they are running out of people to point fingers at.

Posted 159 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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