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by normanlake
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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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Freeman

I would not be against the expansion if I thought it would solve the problem.

Sorry.

Posted 148 days ago.

Freeman

I would not be against the problem if I thought it would solve the problem. It certainly helps but I don't believe there are enough doctors who will accept Medicaid patients.

To be fair, there is not enough data to support either argument right now.

Posted 148 days ago.

Freeman

So a $2 Trillion program, designed to cover as many people as possible, ultimately leaves 31 million uninsured.

You think SOMEBODY should have read it before passing it? Wouldn't that have been a good idea?

2000 page bill? Nope, the dems had to pass the dang Senate bill, (not the one in conference), on Christmas Eve.

It was stupid, just stupid.

Posted 148 days ago.

Freeman

Real world? Medicaid patients can't find doctors who'll accept them so, they go to the ER.

You just don't do your homework do your jax?

Posted 148 days ago.

As usual with your disconnect from the Real World, the point was to get as many people insured, but no one dreamed the GOP would block the Medicaid expansion like they did. Doesn't it make sense to have people have primary care doctors and get preventative care such as blood pressure and prenatal care than to use an emergency room as a primary care? Of course it does to us in The Real World. To those in libertarian land, it is every man for himself.

Free, your only support was The Toxic Avenger RS, and he's gone. Both of you live in bubbles, maybe you never see people in need, I don't know.

Posted 151 days ago.

Freeman

I don't care who's idea it was. It's not working amos57usa.

On a state by state basis, if the people of the state wish it, I'm all for it.

Posted 152 days ago.

amos57usa

freem..Ask Heritage, they created it.

Posted 152 days ago.

Freeman

The ACA will leave a conservative 31 million Americans without health insurance.

WHAT WAS THE POINT???

Posted 153 days ago.

Freeman

Please enlighten us on how "free money" will flow from Washington D.C.

Where, exactly, do you think the Medicaid expansion funds come from? Mars?

Real world? I don't need a lecture on the "real world" form a snot nosed mental midget.

Posted 153 days ago.

Freeman

My previous policy was canceled and the new one reflects much higher out of pocket costs to me.

Posted 153 days ago.

Freeman

My health insurance no longer exists. My Priority Health policy premium went up about 25%, highest since I've had the policy. My family deductible went from $2500 to $5000 per year.

Posted 153 days ago.

Freeman

"..act-Free the Whiner wants Lerner to kowtow to his lonely old white men's club,.."

I won't even comment on that kind of IDIOCY.

Posted 153 days ago.

Freeman

No, jaxspp, you said "Anything the GOP wants, as I stated, is usually toxic or puts workers in danger..." and cited the GOP bill in question. All I said was that 25 democrats supported it. Blame yourself for using such a pitiful example to make a point not me.

Posted 153 days ago.

PS, Why, Fact-Free, have you stopped whining about your own Obamacare? What changed from that original whine where you were going to have to scrape and scrimp to come up with $100 a month? I know $100 is a lot for a business tycoon such as yourself, but there is a reason you stop whining about it that you aren't saying.

Posted 153 days ago.

Fact-Free, come into the Real World. We've discussed before your lack of concept of reality about how The Real World operates, yet here you are back again, whining as usual. Your failures are blamed on Obama, your successes you claim are despite him. It might be too late for you because being Fact-Free is too ingrained within you.

Let me know if you want the explanation how the Medicaid expansion was supposed to work, although I did claim in 2014 I wouldn't waste time on people whose head's data bounces off of.

Posted 153 days ago.

Fact-Free the Whiner wants Lerner to kowtow to his lonely old white men's club, because that is how he and his party feel about women, they treat them with complete disdain. Issa is a slimeball, which is why Fact-free the Whiner adores him. But Fact-free is perfectly content with the Koch Brothers taking over the political system, something such as that worries him and his naïve isolated world not one iota.

Posted 153 days ago.

Once again, and I am typing slowly because Fact-Free has severe reading comprehension issues, The Cement Bill is list on Eric Cantor's web page as a GOP JOBS BILLS. Whether a few Democrats support it is completely irrelevant, which are all the points Fact-Free usually makes.

Do you want me to explain to you why there are still 31 million uninsured? I can type that slowly for you also. HINT: It involves GOP governors blocking Medicaid expansion. Shall I explain it to you, for you to ignore later and ask the same question?

Posted 153 days ago.

Freeman

IRS Commissioner Koskinen: Inspired by the example of my predecessor Randolph Thrower who died on March 8, I commit to complying fully and completely with the investigation by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. As the first step, the IRS will not take "years" to supply Lois Lerner's emails to the committee but instead will turn them over by April 15.

Posted 154 days ago.

Freeman

Attorney General Holder: I understand why the American public might question the impartiality of the DOJ's investigation headed by Barbara Bosserman in light of her political contributions to both of President Obama's campaigns. I have thus rescinded her appointment and appointed one of the few DOJ attorneys who did not donate to President Obama's campaigns to lead the investigation.

Posted 154 days ago.

Freeman

Democrats voting "Aye" Jason Altmire John Barrow [D-GA] Shelley Berkley Sanford D. Bishop [D-GA] Leonard L. Boswell Dennis A. Cardoza Ben Chandler James E. Clyburn [D-SC] Jim Costa [D-CA] Jerry F. Costello Mark S. Critz Henry Cuellar [D-TX] Joe Donnelly [D-IN] Charles A. Gonzalez Gene Eugene Green [D-TX] Kathleen C. Hochul Larry Kissell Jim Matheson [D-UT] Betty Louise McCollum [D-MN] Collin Clark Peterson [D-MN] Nick J. Rahall [D-WV] Mike Ross Kurt Schrader [D-OR] David Scott [D-GA] Terri A. Sewell [D-AL]

Posted 154 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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