Old Friend of the Family

Ridgewood, NJ

#4056 Dec 3, 2013
Ish Tov wrote:
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The most effective way to bring responsibility and accountability for actions to affluent Republicans would be to send a mob to their house to loot their ill-gotten gain.
Perhaps that will evolve from the Walmart protests... I hope so.
Mao was way ahead of you. Google Cultural Revolution, you homicidal maniac.

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#4057 Dec 3, 2013
Old Friend of the Family wrote:
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Medicine USED to be lucrative because it attracted the best and brightest. Not any more. Doctors are retireing en masse to avoid the coming catastrophe.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/oct/...
http://www.forbes.com/sites/merrillmatthews/2...
http://www.forbes.com/sites/sallypipes/2013/0...
Do some research, Nimrod.
Insult me in person, boy. You will not.

Universal healthcare access works in every other developed country. Obviously you Yanks are retarded.

New highschool test results also just released---LOL!!! YANKS do poorly.

I had students who migrated from poor countries who were 2 years ahead of us in the USA.

What a land of idiots this is! And thanks to you for being a big part of it, boy!

As for doctors who quit because of Obamacare... good! We don't need fascists providing healthcare. Let them go work at Walmart.
Old Friend of the Family

Ridgewood, NJ

#4058 Dec 3, 2013
Ish Tov wrote:
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Doctors currently get rich easily
BTW,this is a classic comment from a jealous, underachieving failure.
The MCATS are easy? Getting into Med School is easy? The tuition is cheap? Internship and residencies are easy? Specialties are easy?

How about the opportunity costs involved in all that education and tuition? What a simpleton you are. You clearly posses no education, life experience, or common sense.
Old Friend of the Family

Ridgewood, NJ

#4059 Dec 3, 2013
Ish Tov wrote:
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Confronted directly and done what? I am looking for actions which have the most effect.
Taking a sh!t in his toilet? You are a failure as a man.

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Since: Sep 13

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#4060 Dec 3, 2013
Old Friend of the Family wrote:
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BTW,this is a classic comment from a jealous, underachieving failure.
The MCATS are easy? Getting into Med School is easy? The tuition is cheap? Internship and residencies are easy? Specialties are easy?
How about the opportunity costs involved in all that education and tuition? What a simpleton you are. You clearly posses no education, life experience, or common sense.
You're desperately deflecting from the ISSUE, which is universal healthcare access, boy!

Another straw man, another LIE from a fascist sociopath, that if all have healthcare, then somehow doctors lose their jobs? LOL!!!

That makes NO f'ing sense obviously. But then, that's what we expect from dittoheads.

How much doctors should be paid is a separate issue from universal healthcare access.

Hippocratic oath is VIOLATED by the medical profession on a constant basis in the USA, as people are denied healthcare because of insurance companies, and I don't see physicians protesting this...

So their concerns do not interest me. If they won't stand up for the PEOPLE, then F them.

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#4061 Dec 3, 2013
Old Friend of the Family wrote:
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Taking a sh!t in his toilet? You are a failure as a man.
I'm gratified to see the level of angst created in you racists (subhuman sociopathic scum) by the knowledge of my anti-racist actions.

Yeah, I should have crapped in the guy's face... this is true...

Come see me, I'll crap in yours.

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Since: Sep 13

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#4062 Dec 3, 2013
Old Friend of the Family wrote:
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Mao was way ahead of you. Google Cultural Revolution, you homicidal maniac.
That is what happens when the people are pushed too far, and we are rapidly approaching that point.

The blame lies with those who made the poor so desperate. It lies with YOU, boy, with Republiscum, with the affluent who cling to their ill-gotten gain and don't give a damn who dies for them to get it...

So... again...

F

YOU
Old Friend of the Family

Ridgewood, NJ

#4063 Dec 3, 2013
Ish Tov wrote:
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Insult me in person, boy. You will not.
Most likely not.
I try not to be intentionally rude to the elderly, and I would be unwilling to give you the brutal beating you so richly need/deserve.
Perhaps someone else in your Charity Nursing Home will oblige...

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Since: Sep 13

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#4064 Dec 3, 2013
Old Friend of the Family wrote:
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Most likely not.
I try not to be intentionally rude to the elderly, and I would be unwilling to give you the brutal beating you so richly need/deserve.
Perhaps someone else in your Charity Nursing Home will oblige...
Does that make you feel better to picture me in a nursing home in a wheelchair, boy?

In reality, I would beat you until... well, I can't think of what would make me stop...

But, boy, you advocate depriving people of healthcare, you're a racist... LOL... I'd most surely F you up good.

I call it Divine Justice.
Old Friend of the Family

Ridgewood, NJ

#4065 Dec 3, 2013
Ish Tov wrote:
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And you can lie and pretend the Goddess does not bring justice to the evil, but then how do you explain Kali's necklace? LOL!!!
You're going to be well skewered, racist scum.
Athena, now Kali? You're mixing up your mythologies you uneducated cipher.

It would REQUIRE some sort of divine intervention for you to harm anyone you toothless, drooling derelict.

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#4066 Dec 3, 2013
Shining in darkness wrote:
<quoted text>Trying to play gender divide are we?. Do you really think anybody is going to fall for that LOL.
Yep. You are right. And I do not recall ever talking about the issue of abortion on here. It's not an issue I like to discuss much or at all.

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Since: Sep 13

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#4067 Dec 3, 2013
Old Friend of the Family wrote:
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Athena, now Kali? You're mixing up your mythologies you uneducated cipher.
It would REQUIRE some sort of divine intervention for you to harm anyone you toothless, drooling derelict.
Care to test that hypothesis, boy?

Of course not...

Big-mouthed online racist scum.

You obviously are unaware of the role of the Goddess in various forms in righting injustice, defending the victims of abuse, etc.

Morrigan is watching, boy...

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#4069 Dec 3, 2013
Lady Greensleeves wrote:
<quoted text>Skippy, it took me literally less than one minute to copy & paste your two posts. You were not even intelligent enough to end up contradicting yourself within months, or even weeks. No, it was only about one day or so-- just a few pages.:)

So, going by your posts (and you *keep* changing the story), you're saying that you, and now two others who are presumed to be your age (60s),*spray painted* "racist pig" on the outside of a building??~LMAO~... I was correct when I had joked about you "tagging" the building!

~Smgdh!!~

"Racists don't have the courage to speak *in public*"... "Racists don't know when to keep their mouths shut *in public*"-- which is it, Skip? I *do* hope that you are managing well enough to understand that it incontestably cannot be *both*.

"And not a word of outrage about the racists who got trashed for their crimes"-- why should I? Didn't you "get them" with "Athena's sword of justice" (which came in the form of a can of spray paint...~LoL!!~)?:)

Athena is, amongst many other things besides justice and the strategy and art of war (such as civilization and weaving, arts and crafts, and women), the patroness of *wisdom*, cunning, and shrewdness. She greatly dislikes fighting, especially without purpose or direction, and prefers to use *wisdom* to settle disputes and dilemmas *without resorting to violence*.(Recall the owl and the olive tree that represent her, and what *they* represent: wisdom and peace, respectively.) You obviously ought to be referring, like a "same ol' same ol'" broken record, to her brother Ares and his bloodlust / havoc / violent style of war,*not* Athena.

Your lack of knowledge (very anti-Athena) shows, Skip.

~Smdh~

You would give Athena a headache.~LoL~:)
Great post Lady Greensleeves, as always. Now he's changed the story yet again. smdh. And, he is even comparing what he did (supposedly) to fighting Nazis! lol. smdh.
Old Friend of the Family

Ridgewood, NJ

#4070 Dec 3, 2013
Ish Tov wrote:
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Care to test that hypothesis, boy?
Of course not...
Big-mouthed online racist scum.
You obviously are unaware of the role of the Goddess in various forms in righting injustice, defending the victims of abuse, etc.
Morrigan is watching, boy...
Enough with the Imaginary Super-Friends. Care to get back on topic?

Thanks To Obamacare, A 20,000 Doctor Shortage Is Set To Quintuple

"Obamacare is set to provide some 16 million people with health insurance through Medicaid or the new exchanges next year. Unfortunately, their policies may not be worth much — as they may not be able to actually get care.

America is suffering from a doctor shortage. An influx of millions of new patients into the healthcare system will only exacerbate that shortage — driving up the demand for care without doing anything about its supply. Those who get their coverage through Medicaid or the exchanges may feel the effects of the shortage even more acutely, as many providers are opting not to accept their insurance.

Right now, the United States is short some 20,000 doctors, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. The shortage could quintuple over the next decade, thanks to the aging of the American population — and the aging and consequent retirement of many physicians. Nearly half of the 800,000-plus doctors in the United States are over the age of 50.

Obamacare is further thinning the doctor corps. A Physicians Foundation survey of 13,000 doctors found that 60 percent of doctors would retire today if they could, up from 45 percent before the law passed.

Doctors are also becoming choosier about whom they’ll see.

They’ve long limited the number of Medicaid patients they’ll treat, thanks to the program’s low reimbursement rates. According to a study published in Health Affairs, only 69 percent of doctors accepted new Medicaid patients in 2011. In Florida, just 59 percent do so. And a survey by the Texas Medical Association of doctors in the Lone Star State found that 68 percent either limit or refuse to take new Medicaid patients.

Medicaid pays about 60 percent as much as private insurance. For many doctors, the costs of treating someone on Medicaid are higher than what the government will pay them."

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#4071 Dec 3, 2013
Old Friend of the Family wrote:
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Enough with the Imaginary Super-Friends. Care to get back on topic?
Thanks To Obamacare, A 20,000 Doctor Shortage Is Set To Quintuple
"Obamacare is set to provide some 16 million people with health insurance through Medicaid or the new exchanges next year. Unfortunately, their policies may not be worth much — as they may not be able to actually get care.
America is suffering from a doctor shortage. An influx of millions of new patients into the healthcare system will only exacerbate that shortage — driving up the demand for care without doing anything about its supply. Those who get their coverage through Medicaid or the exchanges may feel the effects of the shortage even more acutely, as many providers are opting not to accept their insurance.
Right now, the United States is short some 20,000 doctors, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. The shortage could quintuple over the next decade, thanks to the aging of the American population — and the aging and consequent retirement of many physicians. Nearly half of the 800,000-plus doctors in the United States are over the age of 50.
Obamacare is further thinning the doctor corps. A Physicians Foundation survey of 13,000 doctors found that 60 percent of doctors would retire today if they could, up from 45 percent before the law passed.
Doctors are also becoming choosier about whom they’ll see.
They’ve long limited the number of Medicaid patients they’ll treat, thanks to the program’s low reimbursement rates. According to a study published in Health Affairs, only 69 percent of doctors accepted new Medicaid patients in 2011. In Florida, just 59 percent do so. And a survey by the Texas Medical Association of doctors in the Lone Star State found that 68 percent either limit or refuse to take new Medicaid patients.
Medicaid pays about 60 percent as much as private insurance. For many doctors, the costs of treating someone on Medicaid are higher than what the government will pay them."
The USA is messed up, dysfunctional, unevolved compared to all other developed nations... and so you can quote ridiculous statistics all day about what's wrong, and pretend “liberals” did it... but have “liberals” been in charge since Jan 1981? No... it has been mongers of reaganomics who've screwed the place up.

All the major evils in this society have been exacerbated if not outright created under this Reagan “Revolution”.

So blah blah blah, morons, sifting through the debris looking for something to throw at “liberals”, but the whole house is falling down. Hope a beam lands on your head.
Loulou

Slagelse, Denmark

#4074 Dec 3, 2013
Walter Henrickson wrote:
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Yep. You are right. And I do not recall ever talking about the issue of abortion on here. It's not an issue I like to discuss much or at all.
You did talk about the issue previously. That you think abortion is immoral. So of course you're willing to pay more taxes. Right.
Old Friend of the Family

Ridgewood, NJ

#4075 Dec 3, 2013
Ish Tov wrote:
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The USA is messed up, dysfunctional, unevolved compared to all other developed nations... and so you can quote ridiculous statistics all day about what's wrong, and pretend “liberals” did it... but have “liberals” been in charge since Jan 1981? No... it has been mongers of reaganomics who've screwed the place up.
All the major evils in this society have been exacerbated if not outright created under this Reagan “Revolution”.
So blah blah blah, morons, sifting through the debris looking for something to throw at “liberals”, but the whole house is falling down. Hope a beam lands on your head.
Good luck getting that "medical treatment" you claim as a Civil right.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/oct/...
The entire plan is unworkable. It is simply impossible to INCREASE access and DECREASE the number of providers. If you were not a ignorant ideologue you would admit this is an impossibility.
IrishAmericanGir l1986

Chula Vista, CA

#4076 Dec 3, 2013
Walter Henrickson wrote:
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I wouldn't worry about him. He calls just about everybody "racist" and he hates gringos, especially American white women gringos.
Well to be fair I have seen him defend white people too. I just didn't know who his comment was directed and he addressed it plural: "racist turds talking about your Mexican friends."The only ones talking about our Mexican friends were me and sONE.

I thought another poster was implying Mexican people steal, so I jumped in and said that wasn't my experience at all. Then sONE said she had some issues with first generations/illegals and I said my personal experience with them was overall positive, and they were hard-working good people. My nephews are half Mexican so I take it a little more personally. That was the extent of the conversation.

So if that's the case I don't appreciate being grouped in with his group of "racist turds talking about their Mexican friends" after I defended Mexican immigrants. He could at least be more clear who he's addressing if he's going to make such a serious charge.
Savant

Baltimore, MD

#4077 Dec 3, 2013
Old Friend of the Family wrote:
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Athena, now Kali? You're mixing up your mythologies you uneducated cipher.
It would REQUIRE some sort of divine intervention for you to harm anyone you toothless, drooling derelict.
Maybe he's a cosmopolitan pagan. He's certainly not uneducated.

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#4078 Dec 3, 2013
Old Friend of the Family wrote:
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Good luck getting that "medical treatment" you claim as a Civil right.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/oct/...
The entire plan is unworkable. It is simply impossible to INCREASE access and DECREASE the number of providers. If you were not a ignorant ideologue you would admit this is an impossibility.
Connedservative LIES!!!

Universal healthcare access works in EVERY other developed nation, fachaboy.

Of course you Yanks are too stupid to get it together... don't blame that on Obama you dysfunctional a$$wad.

Hey Yanks! Nice highschool test scores!! LOL!!! Pack of doddering imbeciles.

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