Barack Obama, our next President

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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#852872 Feb 2, 2013
OldRaider wrote:
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Here's a sample of why you aren't taken seriously. Only the loony fanatics from the right give any credence to the death panels, this has been debunked time and time again. And yet, here you are jumping up and down like a little girl, waving your stupidity in the air as if you just discovered something.
You're a moron not worthy of my time.
I've heard too many sad stories recently from people whose elderly relatives have been receiving less than compassionate care from their primary physicians. "Care" that has resulted in deaths that could have easily been prevented. Too many times I've heard them say that the so-called doctor's excuse for not doing a necessary procedure was that the patient was too *old*. Adequate care is supposed to be "age neutral".

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#852873 Feb 2, 2013
OldRaider wrote:
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I've struggled to find anything you've written here worthy of a response. You have no grasp of reality and slip into silly ad homonym attacks when your faulty logic is exposed. I've thought about schooling you but there are so many right wing idiots here, although you're in the top five, you'll just have to wait your turn.
You only see what you choose to see.

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John Galt

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#852874 Feb 2, 2013
CHRISTIANS wrote:
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, D-N.Y., speaking during a radio interview, stated that in implementing new gun control measures, confiscation of guns is on the table for consideration.
The real plan of all Democrat Fascists.

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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

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#852875 Feb 2, 2013
HappyFeet wrote:
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"Death panel" is, perhaps, a hyperbole.
The truth is there will be government-appointed persons who will advise physicians in determining quality of life over cost ratio for treatments and procedures.
You can see the connection. The government will be the main health care insurer at the taxpayers' expense, and they will want to keep costs down.
By this panel's refusal to fairly compensate Medicare doctors, the market will dry up and finding a Medicare Doctor will become impossible for many older Americans. This is "cost savings" for the system. I have personally spoken with physicians who say just what I wrote above.

The expression "Death Panel" may be seen as hyperbole and pooh-poohed by Liberal snakes but the effect will be the same.

Liberal/Socialist Rule: NEVER call things what they are but find some harmless sounding replacement for it.

"Efficiency Panel" sounds a lot better than "Death Panel" for elder care.

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John Galt

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#852876 Feb 2, 2013
OldRaider wrote:
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Think about what you said here. I warned you that you were deceived by one of waxturd's phony log-ins and you said you ignore stuff like this. Then you list FIVE exceptions which are left leaning posters!!!!
Then you claim that the waxturd and judge-it stuff is boring. Big surprise, waxturd awarded you 14 brilliants for this. You right wingers feed on the phony stroking from the likes of Karl Rove and waxturd types in your fantasy world.
Boring is boring, left or right.

And you are particularly boring.

Get a life.

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John Galt

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#852877 Feb 2, 2013
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>I've heard too many sad stories recently from people whose elderly relatives have been receiving less than compassionate care from their primary physicians. "Care" that has resulted in deaths that could have easily been prevented. Too many times I've heard them say that the so-called doctor's excuse for not doing a necessary procedure was that the patient was too *old*. Adequate care is supposed to be "age neutral".
Put yourself in the doctor's position. Would you perform a high-risk procedure on an elderly person if that procedure was likely to result in a malpractice lawsuit?

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#852878 Feb 2, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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But if Lincoln told the Socialist Party members that "You can fool some of the people all the time and you can fool all the people some of the time but you can't fool all the people all the time." they'd become disillusioned and disappointed.
Not their man, Dood. They want to fool all the people all the time.
There is always a little give away on this forum when someone posts right on the money, it gets flooded with negative judge it's from the waxman & co and posts calling anyone a socialist is marked as brilliant. That in itself is a dead give away, that means you are all shooting blanks. Kinda like the NRA blaming video games and teachers not packing as the reason for mulitple gun shot deaths.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#852879 Feb 2, 2013
Federal Court Indicts President Obama Will not see end of his second term

Published on Jan 30, 2013
On January 25th, 2013 , Mr. Lyndon Larouche, a well respected journalist and political activist recieved word from his sources within the United States government that President Barack Hussein Obama has been indicted by a Federal Court. Details of the indictment has been omitted by Larouche but he characterized them as probably the greatest indictment he has ever seen placed upon a standing president throughout history.

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#852880 Feb 2, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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By this panel's refusal to fairly compensate Medicare doctors, the market will dry up and finding a Medicare Doctor will become impossible for many older Americans. This is "cost savings" for the system. I have personally spoken with physicians who say just what I wrote above.
The expression "Death Panel" may be seen as hyperbole and pooh-poohed by Liberal snakes but the effect will be the same.
Liberal/Socialist Rule: NEVER call things what they are but find some harmless sounding replacement for it.
"Efficiency Panel" sounds a lot better than "Death Panel" for elder care.
This reminds me of what property managers call a "constructive eviction", IOWs, make living in the unit so miserable that the tenant will gladly move of their own volition; no threats necessary. I think they (Obama's death cult) are hoping more elderly will kill themselves rather than drag out the "Golden Years". After all, why should a progressive regime waste precious resources on those "as good as dead already" and past their usefulness? Surely the elderly can see the logic in this concept?

Too bad King Obama doesn't have to endure the same medical care that his subjects do.

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#852881 Feb 2, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Put yourself in the doctor's position. Would you perform a high-risk procedure on an elderly person if that procedure was likely to result in a malpractice lawsuit?
I think if the elderly patient is willing to take the chance then they should get the procedure. You have to consider the quality of life the patient would have if they were denied care. If they have a chance at getting better then they deserve it, lawsuit be damned. Doctors have massive insurance that covers that. I'd rather someone attempt to sue me after I'd tried to help than after I'd refused to help. I believe that a decent doctor with good intentions would come out on top more often than not in those sort of situations.

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#852882 Feb 2, 2013
OzRitz wrote:
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There is always a little give away on this forum when someone posts right on the money, it gets flooded with negative judge it's from the waxman & co and posts calling anyone a socialist is marked as brilliant. That in itself is a dead give away, that means you are all shooting blanks. Kinda like the NRA blaming video games and teachers not packing as the reason for mulitple gun shot deaths.
Have you ever spoken clearly in your life or have you had an overgrown mustache filled with dried month-old sex flotsam stuck in it forever? Go to the Car Wash, woodja?

And then spit it out, Dood.

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#852883 Feb 2, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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Have you ever spoken clearly in your life or have you had an overgrown mustache filled with dried month-old sex flotsam stuck in it forever? Go to the Car Wash, woodja?
And then spit it out, Dood.
I used to enjoy visualizing the subject matter of your posts.....

I've resisted the urge lately.`:-/
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#852884 Feb 3, 2013
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>I think if the elderly patient is willing to take the chance then they should get the procedure. You have to consider the quality of life the patient would have if they were denied care. If they have a chance at getting better then they deserve it, lawsuit be damned. Doctors have massive insurance that covers that. I'd rather someone attempt to sue me after I'd tried to help than after I'd refused to help. I believe that a decent doctor with good intentions would come out on top more often than not in those sort of situations.
The problem is that a huge judgment will result in a huge increase in insurance premiums, or inability to obtain insurance at all. Furthermore, normally accepted standards of medical practice (the criteria for malpractice) might dictate that certain procedures would not be indicated in patients above a certain age or with certain conditions. It would be irresponsible to perform such procedures even if the patient was willing to take the risk.

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Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#852885 Feb 3, 2013
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>This reminds me of what property managers call a "constructive eviction", IOWs, make living in the unit so miserable that the tenant will gladly move of their own volition; no threats necessary. I think they (Obama's death cult) are hoping more elderly will kill themselves rather than drag out the "Golden Years". After all, why should a progressive regime waste precious resources on those "as good as dead already" and past their usefulness? Surely the elderly can see the logic in this concept?
Too bad King Obama doesn't have to endure the same medical care that his subjects do.
I recall a European country during WWII that was known for bragging about its talent for efficiency which also included efficient Gas Chambers, ovens and removal of cremation remains.

The Boy Messiah can't possibly fund Obamacare in any normal government way so efficiencies need to be increased dramatically.
Those citizens below, say, 60 years of age pay one helluva lot more in taxes than the spent nobodies draining away government resources and revenues. We've all heard about how unfair it is to coming generations that they be heavily taxed for SS benefits that they'll never live to see. It makes a young person angry that they should be forced to support those old bags. Let them die. I've got kids, a wife, a mortgage to take care of, they say. Obama's right. Let them die off. They've already had their chance. I haven't.

It's a New Age and the Boy Messiah loves you all.

...well...at least those of you that are still productive.
trtty

São Paulo, Brazil

#852886 Feb 3, 2013
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

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#852888 Feb 3, 2013
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>I used to enjoy visualizing the subject matter of your posts.....
I've resisted the urge lately.`:-/
Imagery does have a certain logic to it at times but the process is nearly everything when it comes to understanding it.

A Rump Roast presents a terrorizing image inside the slaughterhouse, a somewhat more appealing image in the supermarket display case, and finally a delicacy with wonderful taste and aroma at dinner time.

So, also, is it with a painting, sculpture, musical score and brain surgery. A rough entrance is a necessary start to a final gem cut to perfection.

Maybe you just caught me midstream in the process this time:]
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#852889 Feb 3, 2013
John Kerry says that President Obama offered him the secretary of state job a week before Susan Rice publicly pulled out of the running for the job.

“He called me, actually a week before Susan got out of the thing,” Kerry tells the Boston Globe.“He called me and said,‘You’re my choice. I want you to do this.’ He asked me to keep it quiet. I did. I sat on it.”

At the time, Rice pulling out of the running for the top State Department job suggested that the position had simply fallen to Kerry, who had been in a neck-and-neck competition for the job. Now it seems that the White House allowed Susan Rice, the ambassador to the United Nations, to publicly save face by publicly withdrawing from a job that was never going to be offered to her in the first place.

Rice had come under fire for misleading the American public about what really happened in the terror attack against Americans on September 11 in Benghazi, Libya.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#852890 Feb 3, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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The problem is that a huge judgment will result in a huge increase in insurance premiums, or inability to obtain insurance at all. Furthermore, normally accepted standards of medical practice (the criteria for malpractice) might dictate that certain procedures would not be indicated in patients above a certain age or with certain conditions. It would be irresponsible to perform such procedures even if the patient was willing to take the risk.
This is a big fat gray area of morals and ethics. Sure, you don't perform a Knee-Joint Replacement or Lung Transplant on a feeble 90 year old. But, then again, that same 90 year old should have access to some sort of legal advocate to help make those types of decisions for them, too. A doctor whose only seeks profit from elderly patients is a predator and one who seeks to alleviate suffering is truly a professional.

In the middle of all this sits an ambulance chasing lawyer. The older a person gets, the more the circling wolves close in around a dying campfire....
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#852891 Feb 3, 2013
Jeebuss wrote:
Yep.
People don't care. They just wanted a black president. Period.
You're right, they have no one to blame but themselves when taxes skyrocket and the military becomes downsized, leaving us vulnerable to attacks.
They are actually happy that they have put this country in danger.
Jeebuss was correct.

Every post since just evades the initial analysis, which was right on target.

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#852892 Feb 3, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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I recall a European country during WWII that was known for bragging about its talent for efficiency which also included efficient Gas Chambers, ovens and removal of cremation remains.
The Boy Messiah can't possibly fund Obamacare in any normal government way so efficiencies need to be increased dramatically.
Those citizens below, say, 60 years of age pay one helluva lot more in taxes than the spent nobodies draining away government resources and revenues. We've all heard about how unfair it is to coming generations that they be heavily taxed for SS benefits that they'll never live to see. It makes a young person angry that they should be forced to support those old bags. Let them die. I've got kids, a wife, a mortgage to take care of, they say. Obama's right. Let them die off. They've already had their chance. I haven't.
It's a New Age and the Boy Messiah loves you all.
...well...at least those of you that are still productive.
I would remind those brainwashed youth that those elders deserved the medicare that they had paid into throughout their years of employment. It seems that every generation will pay for Obama's Obamacare, which is, at the very least, an oxymoron. It's not right that we are paying more for less. The man seems determined to kill natural affection between the generations, trying to turn us against those we should care for the most.

Strange how the elderly are last on his list of recipients of his redistribution of wealth agenda. If the U.S. can afford to give away billions of dollars to other countries for natural disasters that haven't happened yet then there has to be plenty of money to support our own needy, elderly citizens. Obama's priorities are skewed beyond belief.

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