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concerned

Roanoke, IL

#188742 Apr 16, 2014
It is fraudulent -period

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#188743 Apr 16, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Rogue's Christian neighbour-loving lingo : "Shut the f-up".
If Bill had murdered Hillary? Second time you come out with this idiocy. You think adultery and murder go hand-in-hand? Really? Killing is like playing around? Do you realise how messed-up you are? People get capital punishment for killing as far as I know, but no punishment except sleeping on the couch and deservedly getting slapped around for adultery. You're sick.
I told you I agree that Clinton lied. Perjured himself even. That, to you, equates GWB falsely setting up an invasion of Iraq and being responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths,ever more maimed, incredible destruction, and the deepest recession since 1929? As to Afghanistan, you are correct that more troops died since he was elected.So? He didn't start this stupid war, GWB did, and Obama got Bin Laden and a host of other Taliban and Al Qaeda leaders., which was the reason for that war,or did you forget? And,did Obama say when he'd pull out of Afghanistan? Not that I know. Oh,he is pulling out end of this year.
Watch your dirty mouth, or did you mamma not teach you any manners? That soap's for your filthy mouth, Rogue, so quit bending over , nobody wants to shove it up where the sun don't shine.
Nope, I do not think murder and adultery go hand and but both murder and perjury are serious crimes.
Did you know the Fifth Commandment, Honor thy Father and thy Mother is above the Six commandment, thou Shall not Murder"? And you shame your parents.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#188744 Apr 16, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Obviously you did not watch GMA ABC this morning, did you?
Grand Birther wrote:
<quoted text>
No one watches that except old people who are bound to wheel chairs and hospital beds.
That was why I watch Fox News, for people who want to see both sides of all of the issues and then I can make an informed opinion.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#188745 Apr 16, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you for confirming that this manly-military strut on the aircraft carrier with the hilarious "Mission accomplished" banner was worth 4,500 killed, 32,000 maimed 150,000+ Iraqis killed, almost $2 trillion was all worth it.
Welll, Obama, the limp-wristed panzy, killed Bin Laden, disarmed Syria of its chemical weapons , withdrew from GWB's Iraq quagmire and soon from Afghanistan (he didn't say when he'd do it).
But, yes, that strut by Bush, to you, is all that counts. And at what cost ! Worth a total disaster, right?
Obama killed bin Laden? I thought it was a Navy SEAL! Oh, don't forget, Bush was responsible for the capturing of Saddamn Hussein!!! He did not capture him himself but he did recognize the people who did.
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#188746 Apr 16, 2014
concerned wrote:
It is fraudulent -period
U R Ignorant.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#188747 Apr 16, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Nope, I do not think murder and adultery go hand and but both murder and perjury are serious crimes.
Did you know the Fifth Commandment, Honor thy Father and thy Mother is above the Six commandment, thou Shall not Murder"? And you shame your parents.
Someone had better alert the police.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#188749 Apr 16, 2014
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>Even though many people wanted Kissinger to be president, he was ineligible according to Article 2 Section 1 of The Constitution.
Who said anything about the president? Kissinger was THE top Nixon adviser. He had dual nationality, never gave up his German one as far as is known. How can he, a potential risk, occupy two such important posts, namely national security adviser and secretary of state?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#188750 Apr 16, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Yep, socialized medicine hard at work.
Pregnant Woman Dies After Horrifying Medical Mixup
By Newser | Parenting –
9Newser)- As far as medical mix-ups go, it's a horrifying one. In October 2011, a 32-year-old woman underwent an operation at Queen's Hospital outside of London; Maria De Jesus was suffering from appendicitis and needed to have her appendix removed. Instead, her right ovary was taken out, and De Jesus, who was 21 weeks pregnant with her fourth child at the time, ended up dying roughly three weeks later. The case is now in front of a medical tribunal, which is weighing the medical fates of the two doctors involved, then-trainee surgeon Dr. Yahya Al-Abed, and Dr. Babatunde Coker, who was supposed to be supervising him.
During the Oct. 23 surgery, De Jesus began to bleed "quite heavily.... In the midst of this, Mr. Al-Abed removed what he clearly believed to be the appendix. He thought he found it, removed it, and gave to a nurse what later turned out to be Patient A's ovary," the tribunal heard. Coker, who was eating lunch at the time, was never summoned, nor was he aware the surgery was taking place. The mistake wasn't uncovered until much later.
The Telegraph reports that De Jesus returned to the hospital in severe pain on Nov. 7; two days later another doctor realized she still had her appendix, and the next day she went into surgery to have it actually removed. Instead, she died on the OR table, having earlier delivered a stillborn boy. Her cause of death was ruled as multiple organ failure due to septicemia. The Press Association reports the hearing will likely last a month.(A New York man is suing over an appendix mix-up of his own.)
https://shine.yahoo.com/parenting/pregnant-wo...
Where in this sordid story does it show that socialized medicine had anything to do with it?
No system is perfect. Is yours perfect? Ours is not. On NBC news tonight, a horror story about this woman who was sure she had something graver than what her doctor diagnosed as routine stomach pain. She told him she thought , according to her research, she may have intestine cancer. He refused to prescribe a colonoscopy. Well, turns out she had cancer and a colonoscopy may have detected it sooner. Thankfully,she survived. Andy Warhol didn't have socialized medicine - he died of total neglect, choked and drowned alone in his own blood.
Read, loser. And I didn't make it up, nor does it make me reoice as it would you were it about Canada. Just stating the facts.
U.S. locks into bad government
William Marsden, Postmedia News (My note : Postmedia is conservative)
Published: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Driving from Washington, D.C., to Annapolis, Md., on the shores of Chesapeake Bay, you have a choice. You can take Highway 50 and hope it's not bumper-to-bumper. Or you can take a two-lane country road called the Defence Highway, where constant traffic flow winds through countryside that really isn't rural.
Beyond the thin canopy of forested hills that hug the road are cul-de-sac communities with dozens of newly built stick houses sporting three-and four-car garages. They represent what climate scientists call "locked-in carbon intensive emissions." Jobs, schools, shopping all depend on the automobile.
U.S. Census Bureau statistics show that these suburban neighbourhoods continue to creep across America like an ink stain. And with them is a national splurging on new cars so large it is the main driver of economic growth.
Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz speaks at the Freedom Summit in Manchester, N.H. on Saturday. The event was organized by the industrialist Koch brothers.
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Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz speaks at the Freedom Summit in Manchester, N.H. on Saturday. The event was organized by the industrialist Koch brothers.
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“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#188751 Apr 16, 2014
2...

Since average wages have shown little or no growth, the question is how Americans can afford them? The answer is low-cost automobile loans, but not just any kind. Increasingly, buyers are obtaining the same kind of subprime loans that brought down the housing industry in 2008. And the government permits it.
With new-car purchases up more than 40 per cent - almost twice the growth of all other spending - U.S. highway systems are overloaded. The call is out for big-budget repair and expansion of roads and bridges.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its fourth climate mitigation report this week, and chief among its warnings is the danger of building infrastructure that locks societies into GHG-intensive emissions, guarantying a nation's commitment to burning carbon for many decades to come.
"The lock-in risk is compounded by the lifetime of the infrastructure ... and the magnitude of the investment costs," the IPCC writes.
The positive side of the report is that scientists believe there is still time to avoid catastrophic climate change with minimal lifestyle changes. "This report makes very clear we face an issue of global willpower, not capacity," U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said in a statement.
Polls indicate that in most countries there is no shortage of willpower. But not so in the U.S., where only 40 per cent said climate change is a major threat and most of them were Democrats (only nine per cent of Tea Party supporters said they believed in man-made climate change).
Yet 65 per cent of Americans support stricter emissions limits on power plants. So the country is not entirely lacking in the desire to take action. What is lacking is good governance - the kind of law-making that is geared to looking after the longterm security of its people. Signs of bad governance are everywhere. Among the major democracies, the richest and most powerful country in the world is pretty well dead last in most quality-oflife indicators: life expectancy, poverty, access to health care, public security, education and average wealth. The true nature of America's bad governance is fundamental and systemic. It is seen in Congress's unwillingness to pass laws of obvious benefit to the greater population. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the environment and in health care.

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“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#188752 Apr 16, 2014
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U.S. locks into bad government

William Marsden, Postmedia News
Published: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
The Center for Public Integrity, a non-profit dedicated to investigative journalism, this week won the Pulitzer Prize for stories about the systematic denial of benefits by doctors and lawyers to coal miners suffering from black lung disease. Among the findings was that doctors at Johns Hopkins University had supplied erroneous medical assessments that allowed coal companies to deny benefits to thousands of miners. In exchange for the assessments, which consisted of chest X-ray readings, the coal companies paid the university's medical school - among the most prestigious in the country - 10 times the typical rate. This went on for decades. Had the U.S. a universal health-care system and workers' compensation, the chances of this happening would have been slim.

The high cost of U.S. health care - well over twice what Canadians pay - is often attributed to the high quality and inventiveness of the U.S. free market system. Yet there is nothing free market about health care, and studies repeatedly show that countries with public systems are equally inventive and often more advanced in the delivery of quality care at every level.

One reason U.S. health care is so expensive has to do with the way Congress has set the rules. It allows the American Medical Association to set the fees, which are often adjusted to allow the doctor to charge for more hours than were actually worked. They also award doctors higher fees for using more expensive procedures.

A Medicare database of doctors' charges, for example, showed that eye doctors were using a drug that costs $2,000 US per injection over an equivalent drug made by the same company that costs only $50. The Washington Post found that the more expensive drug costs Medicare an additional $1 billion US a year. The reason doctors prefer the more expensive version is strictly financial. Over and above the cost of the drug, Medicare pays them 40 times more for the pricier injection. And why does that happen? Because doctors and drug companies contribute to the campaigns of lawmakers that slip these skewed pricing regulations into the laws.

There are no signs the quality of governance will change in America.

Last weekend, six Republican presidential hopefuls gathered at the "Freedom Summit" in New Hampshire. It was co-sponsored by the Americans for Prosperity Foundation, which is financed by the billionaire Koch brothers. Over the years, they have pumped millions of dollars into Congress to oppose carbon-emission regulations. So far, not a single climate-change bill has made it to the Senate floor.

© The StarPhoenix (Saskatoon) 2014

Any more moronic comments on socialized medicine and other sundry socialist stuff?




“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#188753 Apr 16, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep, both Popo and Doonerbury were written by loony-lefties and they were right, "We have met the enemy, and he is us loony-lefties"!
Please indicate the relevance of your above post to MY post,to wit :

Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you sure you want to post that kind of crap,as it doesn't say much for the defeated Russian military and now the U.S., both defeated in spite of the modern armaments you so love, with 1890s MARTINI-HENRY rifles? Wow. Yup, I would shut my big yap if I were you. You're a full, you know that, keeping on posting stuff that makes you look stupid.
Here's a good one for you, from the famous 1960s comic strip Pogo, forunner of the even more famous Doonesbury. Read carefully and try to understand it : "We have met the enemy, and he is us".
LOSER

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#188754 Apr 16, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Nope, I do not think murder and adultery go hand and but both murder and perjury are serious crimes.
Did you know the Fifth Commandment, Honor thy Father and thy Mother is above the Six commandment, thou Shall not Murder"? And you shame your parents.
Men in white, shackles, rubber, straight jackets, please, and hurry.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#188755 Apr 16, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Obviously you did not watch GMA ABC this morning, did you?
<quoted text>
That was why I watch Fox News, for people who want to see both sides of all of the issues and then I can make an informed opinion.
"Informed opinion" much like putting adultery and murder in the same league? And telling of the importance of the commandment "Honour thy father and mother"? Do you think Al Capone's children, had he had any,I don't know, should have honoured him?

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#188756 Apr 16, 2014
Jacques,
If you really want to sound medicinal the phrasiology would be, "Four point leather restraint, STAT".
Four point leather restraint. Only an MD can give that order,
loose

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#188758 Apr 17, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Obviously you did not watch GMA ABC this morning, did you?
<quoted text>
That was why I watch Fox News, for people who want to see both sides of all of the issues and then I can make an informed opinion.
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
"Informed opinion" much like putting adultery and murder in the same league? And telling of the importance of the commandment "Honour thy father and mother"? Do you think Al Capone's children, had he had any,I don't know, should have honoured him?
Well, you put compared Perjury and Adultery, didn't you?
The point about the Fifth Commandment is where it stands with the rest of the Commandments. And you have no idea what honoring a parent means. It does not mean obey. It means that you should take care of your parents when they can no longer take care of themselves. Shelter, food, etc. And yes, even clean their diapers like they cleaned your diapers when you were young and helpless.
You idea of honoring your parents probably means calling social security and then drive away!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#188759 Apr 17, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Andy Warhol didn't have socialized medicine - he died of total neglect, choked and drowned alone in his own blood.
And where did you find out about his death? From an article about a wrongful death lawsuit. You do know that some people are greedy and want to prove that others messed up. Have you ever thought that Andy caused his own death by NEGLECT?
He had gall bladder problems for year and he was 5'11" but only 128 when he went to the hospital. Did he have AIDS and other issues?

The district attorney found no evidence of criminal wrongdoing. But his estate claimed Warhol died because of poor care.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#188760 Apr 17, 2014
loose cannon wrote:
Jacques,
If you really want to sound medicinal the phrasiology would be, "Four point leather restraint, STAT".
Four point leather restraint. Only an MD can give that order,
loose
Quite right, and I bow to your medical knowledge, but my mocking way is much more fun.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#188761 Apr 17, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Obviously you did not watch GMA ABC this morning, did you?
<quoted text>
That was why I watch Fox News, for people who want to see both sides of all of the issues and then I can make an informed opinion.
<quoted text>
Well, you put compared Perjury and Adultery, didn't you?
The point about the Fifth Commandment is where it stands with the rest of the Commandments. And you have no idea what honoring a parent means. It does not mean obey. It means that you should take care of your parents when they can no longer take care of themselves. Shelter, food, etc. And yes, even clean their diapers like they cleaned your diapers when you were young and helpless.
You idea of honoring your parents probably means calling social security and then drive away!
1. Fool, I said he lied AND perjured himself. READ. COMPREHEND. And I wrote that you equated both on an equal footing.

2. As to honouring parents, did I say one should not do so? How do you get off judging how I or not honoured my parents? I never mentioned how you and anyone else treated your mother and father. And , as usual, and in your incomprehensible ignorance,you failed to answer as to whether or not Al Capone's children should have honoured him.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#188762 Apr 17, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
And where did you find out about his death? From an article about a wrongful death lawsuit. You do know that some people are greedy and want to prove that others messed up. Have you ever thought that Andy caused his own death by NEGLECT?
He had gall bladder problems for year and he was 5'11" but only 128 when he went to the hospital. Did he have AIDS and other issues?
The district attorney found no evidence of criminal wrongdoing. But his estate claimed Warhol died because of poor care.
Fool fool fool. Warhol's next-of-kin never filed a lawsuit. Okay? He died alone, was not monitored, following a routine gall bladder operation, sutures apparently broke.
Now, tell me how socialised or private medicine had anything to do with deaths. Negligence is no one's or no system's specialty.But tell you one thing, medicine is generally better in the UK and 32 other countries than in the U.S. In practically all those places, 29 I believe, people live longer and it costs less per capital to care for the,m

Since: Oct 09

Moreno Valley, CA

#188763 Apr 17, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
That's Rogue for you. Obama was born in Hawaii, in the United States of America. Confirmed by the State registrar (whom Obama killed in a set-up airplane crash), the Senate, the House, the Supreme court, 50 governors etc. Rogue does not understand that, still pulls fables out of his hat, oops, helmet, and keeps defending McCain's status, does not understand why the Senate had to OK him (he was born offshore, like Romney's jobs and investments) and was confirmed yet he keeps defending him and his status even though no one has said boo on it.
Poppo, I just don't see how you're gonna make it to heaven and join Rogue and his hoard of birthers inside the Pearly Gates.
Exactly! I suppose Obama will kill Onaka next for verifying that which Rogue also imagines was never verified.
https://tinyurl.com/ozwb9v5
https://tinyurl.com/nom6vz6

Rogue and his Birfoon buddies to date have no clue that this one official document always has and always will trump any internet gossip they have now or ever will be able to muster.

Said something similar to that with my first post. Then they were asserting Obama couldn’t join the little league with his then short form BC.

Point of fact then as now Obama could do anything with his BC the ignorant birfoon could do with his.

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