Barack Obama, our next President

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"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...
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Feral chimp alert!!
While anyone that would choose to live in an urban shtblue state is asking for trouble, I'm sure there are a few decent people out there. Remember to arm yourselves, learn and practice the rules of engagement, and improve the gene pool by culling the herd of these useless waste's of space......
New York chef suffers broken jaw, nose in likely 'knockout game' attack in Philadelphia
Manhattan chef Diego Moya, who is a chef at Mario Batali's Casa Mono, suffered a broken jaw and nose during the attack Tuesday night.
..A Manhattan chef who was brutally assaulted on a pre-Thanksgiving trip to Philadelphia may have been the latest victim of the “knockout game,” he told The Daily News Thursday.
Diego Moya, 30, described his Tuesday night attack in online exchanges with The News as his father drove him back to New York to celebrate Thanksgiving at home.
The slender, dark-haired culinary artist was unable to speak after a three-hour surgery a day earlier left his jaw wired shut. His attackers broke his nose in several places and fractured his jaw. The thugs left him — unconscious and bleeding — on a stoop around 11 p.m. Tuesday night in Old Town Philly, he said.
“I recall zero, was a few doors down from my hostel. Woke up on a stoop with blood on my hand,” he wrote The News.
“Ate dinner with friends and on my way back to hostel got pizza as I walked down the alley I was hit from behind. Nothing was stolen from me which leads me to believe this was that ‘game.’ I hope I'm the last person this happens to,” the befuddled chef said.
Police told him they believe he was attacked by a group of six to eight men, ranging in age from 16 to 21.
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/new-...
Jews of all ages and elderly white women are all also the preferred black thug targets. And guess what? They're usually sporting Trayvon's hoodie uniform.

So, how is the new liberal Mayor Elect of NYC spending his time? Why with focus groups of career criminals who are complaining the police watch them too much.

Detroit, Chicago, Newark and soon to be NYC, all examples of lib inmates running the asylums.

And what are the professional agitators focussing on right now? Upscale department stores allegedly racially profiling 20 year old hoodie wearers. And ending all programs that have successfully kept the crime rates at historic lows.
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Frenchy, you lying, leftist chimp!! BTW is that the same HHS that made odumbocare the greatest boondoggle in the history of mankind? Wow, what a credible source.
All the feral chimps do is wait 3 months (+ the 9 month gestation period), squeeze out yet ANOTHER future "knockout player" with a separate "baby daddy", and then apply again. Here's a leftist website with birthrates by ethnicity that will point out just how bad that problem is(PS; you are a phag).....
http://kff.org/other/state-indicator/births-b...
Stampeding and stabbings at Walmarts on Black Friday, Polar Bear Hunting, Drive-bys and Shooting guns into ceilings in the housing projects.

Santa better watch out! He might be the next victim of the Knockout Game cause Kwanza is in the air!

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Name one.
Name one what? A doable solution Romney had to fix the economy? Or one of the invisible wars the democrats were too busy creating?

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<quoted text>lol! That killing Americans is NOT as important as the ACA?!?!?!
Damn! You people are really way, WAY out there!
I'd call you stupid but that would imply you're that at least that smart!
O'bamacare is institutional corruption--right now the medical industry is responsible for over 400, 000 deaths each year--and yet you are begging for it.

*According to the most recent research into the cost of medical mistakes in terms of lives lost, 210,000 Americans are killed by preventable hospital errors each year. When deaths related to diagnostic errors, errors of omission, and failure to follow guidelines are included, the number skyrockets to an estimated 440,000 preventable hospital deaths each year. That makes medical errors the third-leading cause of death in the US, right after heart disease and cancer.

If we limit it to adverse drug reactions alone, the study tells us that 2.7 million Americans experience a serious adverse drug reaction while hospitalized each year. Of those, an estimated 128,000 die as a direct result of the adverse reaction. According to those statistics, hospital-based adverse drug reactions alone are the fourth leading cause of death in the US.

Step right up-get your O'bamacare--and you will be forced into so-called 'healthcare" that O'bama deems fit. It is eugenics.

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You gotta wonder what our 1st lady,Moosechelle,is thinking these days?
She coulda been bigger than Oprah.
her ass is about the same size:)

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People like you and me - and the majority, thankfully - knew this wasn't possible from the very beginning. It's the dumb and dumber among us who still think all is well in Paradise.
There's no other way to describe such short-sightedness. Either that or prom king infatuation is obscuring their common sense. Or socialist minds think alike. Unless you have another explanation.
You know I find truly amazing is back in the 90's when the Clinton administration was trying to enact single payer health care coverage, the Republican response was exactly what the ACA is, mandatory health care insurance for everyone.

I wonder why it was such a good idea back then and now its not??

BTW, care to guess which President first tried to push through single payer health care? You're gonna be surprised.
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<quoted text>Obammy Lied and Insurance Died. Period.
Because Obammy knew all along that he didn't mean if YOU liked your insurance you could keep it, if HE liked your insuranced you could keep it.
So now, Obammy is sayings it ONLY 5% of Americans who will lose the plans they had--that's way more than the 11 MILLION ILLEGAL ALIENS Obammy is always so worried about and saying we have to do something about, other than deport their illegal asses back to the third world.
Obammy Liked and Insurance Died. Period.
But its for everybodies own good.

Thank you,Dear Leader.

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<quoted text>O'bamacare is institutional corruption--right now the medical industry is responsible for over 400, 000 deaths each year--and yet you are begging for it.
*According to the most recent research into the cost of medical mistakes in terms of lives lost, 210,000 Americans are killed by preventable hospital errors each year. When deaths related to diagnostic errors, errors of omission, and failure to follow guidelines are included, the number skyrockets to an estimated 440,000 preventable hospital deaths each year. That makes medical errors the third-leading cause of death in the US, right after heart disease and cancer.
If we limit it to adverse drug reactions alone, the study tells us that 2.7 million Americans experience a serious adverse drug reaction while hospitalized each year. Of those, an estimated 128,000 die as a direct result of the adverse reaction. According to those statistics, hospital-based adverse drug reactions alone are the fourth leading cause of death in the US.
Step right up-get your O'bamacare--and you will be forced into so-called 'healthcare" that O'bama deems fit. It is eugenics.
You do realize of course that those statistics are from before the ACA? right? that is the result of our health care system as it is, prior to the ACA.

maybe you should also point out that before the ACA, health care costs take the biggest portion of our GDP with the lowest returm of all industrialized nations. We get less for the buck than any other industrialized nation, before the ACA.

and what is the republican response to those statistics....

to limit medical malpractice awards and make it harder to sue health care professionals, institutions, and drug companies.
Texas is a prime example, they passed legislation years ago to limit malpractice awards,,,,and guess what, they have one of the highest health care costs in the states

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Believe Carol voted for President Lincoln in 1860 but was out of town for the 1864 election? She seem spry for 160 years old.
the white liberals tell black lies up until this very day. You will never see anything so brave as a liberal fighting nonexistent enemies.
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You know I find truly amazing is back in the 90's when the Clinton administration was trying to enact single payer health care coverage, the Republican response was exactly what the ACA is, mandatory health care insurance for everyone.
I wonder why it was such a good idea back then and now its not??
BTW, care to guess which President first tried to push through single payer health care? You're gonna be surprised.
It doesn’t take a Rocket scientist to figure out why….The American People rejected Clintoncare for the same reason there rejecting Obamacare Today!! NEXT!!

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You know I find truly amazing is back in the 90's when the Clinton administration was trying to enact single payer health care coverage, the Republican response was exactly what the ACA is, mandatory health care insurance for everyone.
I wonder why it was such a good idea back then and now its not??
BTW, care to guess which President first tried to push through single payer health care? You're gonna be surprised.
Some prominent republicans wanted some version of the ACA but conservatives as a whole did not.

The flaw then and now was individual mandates means the government is required to define what types of insurance qualify for the mandate and government will always be tempted to require costly comprehensive insurance - as is the case under Obamacare.

But what I find even more amazing is Democrats as a whole were absolutely against it back then.

If you're interested, here is the summary of the 1993 GOP version:

http://www.kaiserhealthnews.org/Stories/2010/...
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You do realize of course that those statistics are from before the ACA? right? that is the result of our health care system as it is, prior to the ACA.
maybe you should also point out that before the ACA, health care costs take the biggest portion of our GDP with the lowest returm of all industrialized nations. We get less for the buck than any other industrialized nation, before the ACA.
and what is the republican response to those statistics....
to limit medical malpractice awards and make it harder to sue health care professionals, institutions, and drug companies.
Texas is a prime example, they passed legislation years ago to limit malpractice awards,,,,and guess what, they have one of the highest health care costs in the states
Yet another lying, leftist, freeloading chimp. What's next retard; claiming anglo kids are the ones playing the "knockout game"??

National average =$6815

Texas average =$5924

All other red States WAAYY below average (including my home State Az @$5434). You are a total chimp......

Health-Care Costs: A State-by-State Comparison
When it comes to spending, some states may get more bang for their buck

By Louise Radnofsky
Wall Street Journal
Updated April 8, 2013 4:00 p.m.

ETHealth-care spending in the U.S. averaged $6,815 per person in 2009. But that figure varies significantly across the country, for reasons that go beyond the relative healthiness, or unhealthiness, of residents in each state.

The states that spend the most on health care for each resident are mostly in the Northeast. They are led by Massachusetts, a fact several Republicans used to criticize GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney during the 2012 primaries because as governor Mr. Romney had signed the state's health-care overhaul into law.
But Connecticut and Maine also have significant spending, and Maine's expenditures were some of the fastest-growing in the past two decades. Experts generally attribute the region's higher spending to its higher cost of living, greater proportion of elderly residents and number of high-profile hospitals.

Expansive, sparsely populated states such as Alaska and North Dakota also have high spending. Their representatives often attribute this to care delivery being more expensive under their conditions.

Big-spending states had some of the highest per-person spending on hospital care and doctors' services, which make up the bulk of medical costs. But in dental services, Washington state had the highest per-person spending in 2009. Florida was among the states with high prescription-drug spending.

Utah has the lowest spending, a fact its governors have often boasted of. Most experts attribute this to the state's relatively young and healthy population. The state has particularly low spending on hospital care and doctors' services.

Utah is among the states with the lowest rates of obesity, a factor often linked to expensive health conditions such as heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and some types of cancer. But the leanest states by that measure are Colorado, Hawaii—and Massachusetts.

Click on the map for more highlights on spending and the table for complete data on all 50 states plus the District of Columbia.

—Louise Radnofksy

http://online.wsj.com/news/interactive/HEALTH...
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Sorry,,,
NY Times says nun-a-dat happened?
Is that POS phagrag still in publication?
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<quoted text>Jews of all ages and elderly white women are all also the preferred black thug targets. And guess what? They're usually sporting Trayvon's hoodie uniform.
So, how is the new liberal Mayor Elect of NYC spending his time? Why with focus groups of career criminals who are complaining the police watch them too much.
Detroit, Chicago, Newark and soon to be NYC, all examples of lib inmates running the asylums.
And what are the professional agitators focussing on right now? Upscale department stores allegedly racially profiling 20 year old hoodie wearers. And ending all programs that have successfully kept the crime rates at historic lows.
Dude, the coastal shtholes have been written off for about 20 years now. You need to git while the gittin's good (before those blue state nightmares become even worse)....

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You do realize of course that those statistics are from before the ACA? right? that is the result of our health care system as it is, prior to the ACA.
maybe you should also point out that before the ACA, health care costs take the biggest portion of our GDP with the lowest returm of all industrialized nations. We get less for the buck than any other industrialized nation, before the ACA.
and what is the republican response to those statistics....
to limit medical malpractice awards and make it harder to sue health care professionals, institutions, and drug companies.
Texas is a prime example, they passed legislation years ago to limit malpractice awards,,,,and guess what, they have one of the highest health care costs in the states
The states that spend the most on health care for each resident are mostly in the Northeast. They are led by Massachusetts. You are a liberal liar when you say Texas. But of course all liberals today are. Look at your entire party: starting with O'bama and all the way down. A bunch of liars.
http://online.wsj.com/news/interactive/IVCost...
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<quoted text>her ass is about the same size:)
It spans the breadth of Texas....

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Yet another lying, leftist, freeloading chimp. What's next retard; claiming anglo kids are the ones playing the "knockout game"??
National average =$6815
Texas average =$5924
All other red States WAAYY below average (including my home State Az @$5434). You are a total chimp......
Health-Care Costs: A State-by-State Comparison
When it comes to spending, some states may get more bang for their buck
By Louise Radnofsky
Wall Street Journal
Updated April 8, 2013 4:00 p.m.
ETHealth-care spending in the U.S. averaged $6,815 per person in 2009. But that figure varies significantly across the country, for reasons that go beyond the relative healthiness, or unhealthiness, of residents in each state.
The states that spend the most on health care for each resident are mostly in the Northeast. They are led by Massachusetts, a fact several Republicans used to criticize GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney during the 2012 primaries because as governor Mr. Romney had signed the state's health-care overhaul into law.
But Connecticut and Maine also have significant spending, and Maine's expenditures were some of the fastest-growing in the past two decades. Experts generally attribute the region's higher spending to its higher cost of living, greater proportion of elderly residents and number of high-profile hospitals.
Expansive, sparsely populated states such as Alaska and North Dakota also have high spending. Their representatives often attribute this to care delivery being more expensive under their conditions.
Big-spending states had some of the highest per-person spending on hospital care and doctors' services, which make up the bulk of medical costs. But in dental services, Washington state had the highest per-person spending in 2009. Florida was among the states with high prescription-drug spending.
Utah has the lowest spending, a fact its governors have often boasted of. Most experts attribute this to the state's relatively young and healthy population. The state has particularly low spending on hospital care and doctors' services.
Utah is among the states with the lowest rates of obesity, a factor often linked to expensive health conditions such as heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and some types of cancer. But the leanest states by that measure are Colorado, Hawaii—and Massachusetts.
Click on the map for more highlights on spending and the table for complete data on all 50 states plus the District of Columbia.
—Louise Radnofksy
http://online.wsj.com/news/interactive/HEALTH...
all liberals like Karma lie.
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Some prominent republicans wanted some version of the ACA but conservatives as a whole did not.
The flaw then and now was individual mandates means the government is required to define what types of insurance qualify for the mandate and government will always be tempted to require costly comprehensive insurance - as is the case under Obamacare.
But what I find even more amazing is Democrats as a whole were absolutely against it back then.
If you're interested, here is the summary of the 1993 GOP version:
http://www.kaiserhealthnews.org/Stories/2010/...
Lower your voice

Enlightened liberals are tryin to evolve around here

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the rollout of A C A still seems to worry republicans even with its obvious problems.
Their worst nightmare is having the Affordable Care Act be a success. It must keep them up at night.
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<quoted text>Actually the news channels are all using the Rialto CA video__no foolin. That probably explains the Latinos eh?
Isn't that out your way in the "Inland Empire?" ROFLMAO
No wonder there's a shortage of doctors in that neck of the woods, the mutts are broker than the ten commandments.
the paid demonstrators at the Walmart in Rialto were members of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union, not Walmart employees...including the faux-Santa...

they were not arrested for protesting at Walmart, but for sitting down in the middle of a major highway, blocking traffic...

in other words, criminals...

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