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by 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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My mother has never in her life had a picture ID and voted in every election up until the last one.

Posted 104 days ago.

I don't know what happened, we were singing Kumbaya about music at Christmas , now we are at each other again. I will try, Mr. Freeman, and Mr. RS, to be a little kinder.

Posted 104 days ago.

rshill7

I ragged on your mother? No liarhead. I ragged on you for saying that your mother had no ID and needed to be able to vote without one.

In other words, you used her, and lied about her, to try and make a point about voter ID requirements. Remember?

Would you still like to maintain that she either had nor has no ID?

A pig shouldn't project his own porkiness on another for pointing out what a slab of fatback he is. Right pig?

Right.

Posted 104 days ago.

Freeman

Alzheimer's is tough on family members. My aunt had it and I have no idea how my uncle kept up. He was able to keep her home with him until her death. I think the hardest thing in the world is having a loved one "forget" who you are.

Keep your chin up,,,

Posted 104 days ago.

Freeman

No, my mother passed in 2002.

Posted 104 days ago.

Freeman

I love business courses jax, all kidding aside, please go to Yale University's website and you can "attend" recorded lectures in all manner of courses. Game Theory Econ is absolutely fascinating.

*******oyc(dot)yale(dot)edu/courses

Posted 104 days ago.

Did you have a mother like RS? Mine is still bedridden with Alzheimer's, if you remember RS ragging on her. But they can't all be Mother McCree like his.

Posted 104 days ago.

Freeman

I never said I was worse off, the U.S. economy is struggling and this President seems to be doing everything he can to prolong that struggle. Pure and simple. His actions speak for themselves.

Posted 104 days ago.

Freeman

IRS update: DOJ has not interviewed IRS director(s), complainants, or many of the people in the agency accused by Lois as having perpetrated the acts.

YUP Sounds like a comprehensive "INVESTIGATION" to me.

Posted 104 days ago.

Thanks for the prediction Fact-Free. I'll put it with your "Romney will win" prediction."

Posted 104 days ago.

Again, Fact-Free, I am sorry you are worse off than you were in 2008. Many are better off, but please quit blaming Obama for your personal failure. Take some courses, try to improve yourself. I would start with some business courses if I were you.

Posted 104 days ago.

Freeman

I agree the JAMA is a respected source, you just misrepresent what the JAMA article says, or you didn't read it, or you don't understand what you read, or you see what you want to see,,,,,

Posted 104 days ago.

Freeman

Just wait until after the midterms when the FED cuts the QE and the markets start to respond. Add to this the employer mandates in the ACA that take effect in September/October, (if they are not pushed back beyond the midterms, again), and you have a recipe for DISASTER.

You're starting to look a bit pathetic.

Posted 104 days ago.

Fact-Free, you will note that the Journal of the American Medical Association is a respected scientific source...oops, science, never mind.

Posted 104 days ago.

Fact-free makes a fool of himself after his afternoon nap. Clinton should have taken care of bin Laden, just like Hitler should have been assassinated in 1932 for starting WWII in 1939. Back to the Living Room World couch, Fact-Free.

Posted 104 days ago.

Freeman

I'm happy you want to isolate Bush's administration but facts are facts and the current administration has bungled EVERYTHING it has touched since 2009. B-U-N-G-L-E-D.

No leadership, constant lies, backtracking, throwing allies under the bus and totally ignoring the American middle class.

History is the ultimate judge and I know that Jimmy Carter sleeps just a bit better every night knowing the B.O. has taken the mantle of most inept President in modern times.

Posted 104 days ago.

Freeman

As far as Clinton warning the Bush administration, why didn't Billy go and get Osama when he had the chance? That is just stupid jaxspp.

Posted 104 days ago.

Freeman

YOU DIDN'T EVEN READ THE JAMA ARTICLE DID YOU?????

What a putz!!!! You have got to be kidding me!!!

It's a study that was interested in HEALTH CARE SPENDING, not the actual health, of the study participants.

Posted 104 days ago.

Freeman

JAX-BS1: Workforce participation levels were not at a 30 year low under Bush. Again, your arguments HAVE NO CONTEXTUAL BASIS. Nothing but talking points blabber.

Posted 104 days ago.

Freeman

Jaxspp, both articles refer to the Harvard study which has ABSOLUTELY NO DATA metrics other than "SELF REPORTING" subjects.

Are you really that desperate?

AGAIN - "...While the study did not detect any statistically significant changes in the use of health services, such as doctor visits and hospitalizations, Chua said this wasn't surprising.

"I think you can make the argument that for a lot of these outcomes you wouldn't necessarily expect a change, because a lot of young adults are healthy at baseline," he said.

Also, the authors did not have access to 2012 data that could have revealed longer-term changes in young adults' use of health services..."

Posted 104 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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