#992452 Sep 30, 2013
The Supreme Court did not declare the "individual mandate" to be Constitutional, in fact deciding that the the forced purchase of medical insurance was not Constitutional. The Court did decide, however, that a tax on those who did not purchase insurance was Constitutional.
#992453 Sep 30, 2013
so why didn't Bush put the cost on the books? why did he leave it to Obama to expose that the money Bush borrowed from China was to fund an illegal war? and don't even get me started on the unfunded Medicare Part D where Bush fired people for exposing the real cost.
#992454 Sep 30, 2013
The Liberal agenda is using Black Homosexuals to push through their Agenda why not clinton for this Global Homosexual agenda why the first Kenyan American Prtesident had to be the first Closeted Homosexual
#992455 Sep 30, 2013
The GOP’s Absurd Predicament
What makes the party’s current position so absurd is that the attempt to use the threat of a shutdown to extract concessions on the ACA serves only to remind most Americans why they don’t want the party to control more of the government than it does. At best, the GOP is proving itself unready to govern, and that makes it considerably less likely that voters are going to trust the party with control of the Senate or the White House. That means many more years of picking fights that the party can’t win.
Sen. Tom Coburn has explained the futility of the latest showdown:
“The only time you shut down the government is when you shut it down and refuse to open it until you accomplish what you want. But we’ll fold like hotcakes,” Coburn told reporters.
Coburn is by far one of the most conservative members of the Senate, so it should tell his colleagues something that he thinks the tactic of linking the defunding of the ACA to the continuing resolution is folly. More to the point, he is stating what everyone already knows or ought to know, which is that this tactic can’t possibly succeed. Either the GOP will “fold” quickly as Coburn predicts, or it will hold out for a longer period of time, but under no circumstances can it prevail.
Since: Dec 08
gauley bridge wv
#992456 Sep 30, 2013
Coast Guard History
The Coast Guard's official history began on 4 August 1790 when the first Congress authorized the construction of ten vessels to enforce federal tariff and trade laws and to prevent smuggling. Known variously through the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as the Revenue Marine and the Revenue Cutter Service, the Coast Guard expanded in size and responsibilities as the nation grew.
The service received its present name in 1915 under an act of Congress that merged the Revenue Cutter Service with the Life-Saving Service, thereby providing the nation with a single maritime service dedicated to saving life at sea and enforcing the nation's maritime laws. The Coast Guard began to maintain the country's aids to maritime navigation, including operating the nation's lighthouses, when President Franklin Roosevelt ordered the transfer of the Lighthouse Service to the Coast Guard in 1939.
#992457 Sep 30, 2013
Individual electors (157 of them) have cast their votes contrary to their pledged positions, but none changed the outcome of the election.
#992458 Sep 30, 2013
You must not be in the health care industry thats why you talk out of your A$$ ok illegal entrants have been taken care of for years so this constant denial of healthcare is because the services are not available and all the obamacare in the world cant buy water in the desert if the hospitals and Workers are not there they will not get the service hospitals are being downsized so your garbage agenda is just that all thats important is the Name obamacare but like they said wait until you see whats in it suckers
#992459 Sep 30, 2013
... so lost.
“For God & Country”
Since: Aug 13
The Promised Land Illinois
#992460 Sep 30, 2013
To be honest I am going to be 45 in a few days. My entire life I have just over 2 years of not having insurance. The time frame between high school and the Military, I have had it ever since then.
It is called Champus Tri-Care Primary, and my insurance is accepted everywhere.
To be honest I am jaded.
I have never known life without insurance. The same cannot be said about my brothers and sisters.
This I do know The ACA aka Obama Care it is inevitable but someone will fall through the cracks. They always do and always will.
Life Sucks and we move on.
#992461 Sep 30, 2013
and republicans kill granny!
Q1: If you knew a woman who was pregnant, who had 8 kids
already, three who were deaf, two who were blind, one mentally
retarded, and she had syphilis; would you recommend that she have
Read the next question before scrolling down to the answer of
Q2: It is time to elect the world leader, and your vote
Here are the facts about the three leading candidates:
Associates with crooked politicians, and consults with
astrologists. He's had two mistresses. He also chain smokes and
drinks 8 to 10 martinis a day.
He was kicked out of office twice, sleeps until noon, used opium
in college and drinks a quart of whiskey every evening.
He is a decorated war hero. He's a vegetarian, doesn't smoke,
drinks an occasional beer and hasn't had any extramarital
Which of these candidates would be your choice?
Decide first, then scroll down for the answer.
Candidate A is Franklin D. Roosevelt
Candidate B is Winston Churchill
Candidate C is Adolph Hitler
.....and by the way:
Answer to the abortion question - if you said yes, you just
#992462 Sep 30, 2013
Do you see how Stupid Homor is he got a Kenyan in the whitehouse and they are still crying that shows you how stupid you are Homor no change still crying about racism they really dont even know why they are crying anymore its just the thing to do blacks been had power they hide it from you dummies by hiring white face plates dumb ghetto dunce thats why you have the president you dreamed about and you still got nuttin
“For God & Country”
Since: Aug 13
The Promised Land Illinois
#992463 Sep 30, 2013
I am more interested in the government shutting down tonight.
Do you think it will happen?
If so how many days will it take for them to run out of money?
Do you really think it will hurt the US Government?
#992464 Sep 30, 2013
“It's all about the struggle”
Since: Jun 10
#992465 Sep 30, 2013
I don't see them bitching that it's discriminatory when they have to show a photo ID when applying at any apartment housing complex in America. ALL housing managers require that now, but apparently it's only unreasonable when it applies to the poor voting. Right, got it. I don't see a one time fee every 8 years for a photo I.D. or driver's license being a hardship for ANY poor American. Their phone and food is free, so wtf is so bad about proving they're legal to vote unless it's because they are up to something? IOWs, "Please turn a blind eye to my activities because I'm poor
I'm poor now and I have absolutely no problem with continuing to purchase an I.D. I don't find it insulting in the least.
It's funny how this was not a major issue until we had a president who managed to have so very many people vote multiple times for him. It's not a racial issue when a white guy gets illegal votes but when a black guy does all of a sudden his partners in crime claim discrimination when they get caught.
The race card makes cowards of civil people and they end up getting shafted for bending over to it.
Angeles City, Philippines
#992466 Sep 30, 2013
Dracula, Frankenstien and the Wolf Man are all real life white crackers! This is how white people live!
Since: Aug 13
#992467 Sep 30, 2013
Bob Woodward: Obama’s absence in shutdown talks ‘a baffling element’
In a break with conventional political wisdom, Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward says that President Obama’s avoidance of talks to avert a potential government shutdown is “baffling” and could hurt him politically.
“He said he will not negotiate on the debt ceiling — a reasonable position,‘I will not be blackmailed,’ he said. But he should be talking, they should be meeting and they should be discussing this because as I think Steve Rattner showed earlier, the America economy is at stake and the president, if there is a downturn or a collapse or whatever could happen here that’s bad it’s going to be on his head,” Woodward said on Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
Woodward argues that history would judge Obama harshly if a shutdown occurs.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/09/30/bob-woodwar...
#992468 Sep 30, 2013
Article 4 Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution -
New states may be admitted by the Congress into this union; but no new states shall be formed or erected within the jurisdiction of any other state; nor any state be formed by the junction of two or more states, or parts of states, without the consent of the legislatures of the states concerned as well as of the Congress.
Doesn't matter what a bunch of country bumpkins want or did, we follow a Constitution here in the United States of America.
End of story.
Since: May 11
#992469 Sep 30, 2013
No false flag at all.
There will be some of those people who typically vote that will no longer vote.
Because you erected a hurdle.
Why did you erect that hurdle?
To get those people to no longer vote.
You f*cking idiots act like we get 100% turnout on elections. We don't.
Turnout is down when the weather is bad.
You know it.
So hey, lets make people without drivers licenses & certain photo IDs get this special ID that you can only get in these special places that are few & far between and You think that won't reduce the turnout.
You're either one dumb person or a liar trying to defend political games to win elections.
Put a photo station in ever polling place. A digital camera & a laptop is all that is needed. Send the photo to the state & get a photo ID for the next election.
Why aren't Republicans doing that?
#992470 Sep 30, 2013
The Senate rejected House Republicans' amendments to a government funding bill in a vote of 54 to 46 on Monday.
The Senate's vote to strip the provisions that would have delayed the Obama administration's healthcare reform law for one year and repealed the medical device tax means the House is once again in the spotlight on passing a bill that funds the government.
A simple majority was needed to defeat the bill.
#992471 Sep 30, 2013
With a government shutdown appearing imminent Monday, a Republican congressman expressed frustration with the conservative wing of his party.
"We're pretty much out of options at this point," Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) said, as quoted by the Wall Street Journal.
"They're all giddy about it," he said in reference to Republicans most unwilling to compromise. "You know who benefits the most here from a shutdown? The Democrats benefit and they know that."
Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK) also admitted that Republicans will be damaged politically in the event of a government shutdown. Meanwhile, a poll released Monday showed that Americans will be more inclined to blame congressional Republicans for a shutdown than President Barack Obama.
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