OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, Sta...

OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, State Question 756

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 11, 2010

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Maddy

United States

#38373 Apr 17, 2013
Liberal media bias-Dr. Ben Carson or Dr. Kermit Gosnell? Guess which doctor the "media" consider controversial?

We all know the answer, but now at least the media outlet journalists have to admit both exist.

Gan Gainer
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Justice

United States

#38374 Apr 17, 2013
Justic wrote:
Bush Sr pardoned Reagan before any investigation got underway.
Bush Sr didn't want it exposed that Conservatives hates our nation. It was Reagan's act of treason that makes him the idol of Conservatives.
But a blue stain on a dress, now that's something to waste $70 million dollars over.
LIAR. Justaminute aka Karen Lea Janbaz post under your own name you have an establish profile use it.

Reagan years were much happier years than what we're suffering now. The 80's allowed families to live and grow in peace and prosperity after the debacle of the Jimmy Carter presidency. Obama's statistics are terrible and 2014 will be worse than this year. Those are just facts.
Zane

United States

#38375 Apr 17, 2013
Justice wrote:
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LIAR. Justaminute aka Karen Lea Janbaz post under your own name you have an establish profile use it.
Reagan years were much happier years than what we're suffering now. The 80's allowed families to live and grow in peace and prosperity after the debacle of the Jimmy Carter presidency. Obama's statistics are terrible and 2014 will be worse than this year. Those are just facts.
She was busy making babies, keeping some and killing others. Doesn't remember much else!
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#38376 Apr 17, 2013
Chairman Max Baucus, D-Montana, who helped write The Purple Lip Kenyan's health-scare debacle stunned administration officials Wednesday, saying openly he thinks it's headed for a "train wreck" because of bumbling implementation by this bubbling inept bunch of nimwits. "I just see a huge train wreck coming down," Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Montana said.

Now, it doesn't get any funnier than this, LMAO. Polls show the public remains confused by the complexity of the law and even many uninsured people are skeptical that they will be helped. Max Baucus expects to face a tough re-election in 2014. He's still trying to recover from approval ratings that nosedived amid displeasure with the health-scare law in his home state of Montana.

He said he's "very concerned" that new health insurance marketplaces for consumers and small businesses will not open on time and they most likely will flop anyway because residents don't have the information they need to make choices. The administration's public information campaign on the benefits of the Affordable Care Act deserves a failing grade.

The administration is asking for $1.5 billion in next year's budget and Republicans aren't going to grant that either thank goodness. That open-enrollment launch was only months away, Oct. 1st but doesn't look likely now. It's when millions of consumers who don't get coverage through their jobs were supposed to be able to start shopping for a plan in the new marketplaces or exchanges.

But over half the states have refused to set up the infrastructure of The Purple Lip Kenyan's law. They question the wisdom of bombarding consumers with insurance details now, when there's not yet anything to sign up for. Some other Democratic lawmakers have privately voiced similar frustrations.

In Montana, the legislature rejected Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock's bid for a state-run insurance market. The governor is now up shit-creek without a paddle on expanding Medicaid. Republicans will definately remind Montana voters next year that Baucus' fingerprints are all over The Purple Lip Kenyan's health-scare law. People can say what they want but The Purple Lip Kenyan's health-scare law will collapse under its own weight, it's only a matter of time now.
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#38377 Apr 17, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
Chairman Max Baucus, D-Montana, who helped write The Purple Lip Kenyan's health-scare debacle stunned administration officials Wednesday, saying openly he thinks it's headed for a "train wreck" because of bumbling implementation by this bubbling inept bunch of nimwits. "I just see a huge train wreck coming down," Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Montana said.
Now, it doesn't get any funnier than this, LMAO. Polls show the public remains confused by the complexity of the law and even many uninsured people are skeptical that they will be helped. Max Baucus expects to face a tough re-election in 2014. He's still trying to recover from approval ratings that nosedived amid displeasure with the health-scare law in his home state of Montana.
He said he's "very concerned" that new health insurance marketplaces for consumers and small businesses will not open on time and they most likely will flop anyway because residents don't have the information they need to make choices. The administration's public information campaign on the benefits of the Affordable Care Act deserves a failing grade.
The administration is asking for $1.5 billion in next year's budget and Republicans aren't going to grant that either thank goodness. That open-enrollment launch was only months away, Oct. 1st but doesn't look likely now. It's when millions of consumers who don't get coverage through their jobs were supposed to be able to start shopping for a plan in the new marketplaces or exchanges.
But over half the states have refused to set up the infrastructure of The Purple Lip Kenyan's law. They question the wisdom of bombarding consumers with insurance details now, when there's not yet anything to sign up for. Some other Democratic lawmakers have privately voiced similar frustrations.
In Montana, the legislature rejected Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock's bid for a state-run insurance market. The governor is now up shit-creek without a paddle on expanding Medicaid. Republicans will definately remind Montana voters next year that Baucus' fingerprints are all over The Purple Lip Kenyan's health-scare law. People can say what they want but The Purple Lip Kenyan's health-scare law will collapse under its own weight, it's only a matter of time now.
People should not be surprised that Obamacare wouldn't get started on a smooth road. Have not they paid attention to the way the Government runs this country? The way they have taken care of So. Security and Medicare? If they can't run the government any better than it is being run then I would say they know shit about healthcare. I would say if they can not quit stealing from So. Security and runs it into the ground they will do the same with healthcare. I would say if they cannot run medicare any better than what it is being ran and it provides 'healthcare' then they wouldnot know how to run healthcare for the whole US!
Zane

United States

#38378 Apr 17, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
Chairman Max Baucus, D-Montana, who helped write The Purple Lip Kenyan's health-scare debacle stunned administration officials Wednesday, saying openly he thinks it's headed for a "train wreck" because of bumbling implementation by this bubbling inept bunch of nimwits. "I just see a huge train wreck coming down," Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Montana said.
Now, it doesn't get any funnier than this, LMAO. Polls show the public remains confused by the complexity of the law and even many uninsured people are skeptical that they will be helped. Max Baucus expects to face a tough re-election in 2014. He's still trying to recover from approval ratings that nosedived amid displeasure with the health-scare law in his home state of Montana.
He said he's "very concerned" that new health insurance marketplaces for consumers and small businesses will not open on time and they most likely will flop anyway because residents don't have the information they need to make choices. The administration's public information campaign on the benefits of the Affordable Care Act deserves a failing grade.
The administration is asking for $1.5 billion in next year's budget and Republicans aren't going to grant that either thank goodness. That open-enrollment launch was only months away, Oct. 1st but doesn't look likely now. It's when millions of consumers who don't get coverage through their jobs were supposed to be able to start shopping for a plan in the new marketplaces or exchanges.
But over half the states have refused to set up the infrastructure of The Purple Lip Kenyan's law. They question the wisdom of bombarding consumers with insurance details now, when there's not yet anything to sign up for. Some other Democratic lawmakers have privately voiced similar frustrations.
In Montana, the legislature rejected Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock's bid for a state-run insurance market. The governor is now up shit-creek without a paddle on expanding Medicaid. Republicans will definately remind Montana voters next year that Baucus' fingerprints are all over The Purple Lip Kenyan's health-scare law. People can say what they want but The Purple Lip Kenyan's health-scare law will collapse under its own weight, it's only a matter of time now.
You,Misty,Tamara,Donnie,Marcus ,Stephen,JAG,Elohimsokie,Maddy ,Jesse,.....the list is long who have been saying this and only recently the liberals are now starting to figure it out? So whose the retarded ones?
Zane

United States

#38379 Apr 17, 2013
Stephen wrote:
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Maybe for the first 3 years you could lie to yourself but after 5 years of this and he proposed budget no one and I do mean no one can say he's anything but what those who refused to vote for him in the first place said he was. Obama is completely aware of what he is doing and he doing it with willful purpose and design. Tamara's right Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi are working hand in hand with him and his liberal progressive agenda.
Taking more from Social Security which is taking from the elderly. Taking more in taxes from the middle class which has had additional harm done to them during the Obama administration. The exact opposite of what Obama's said he would do. ObamaCare sucks. HHS Sebelius said the fed wouldn't be ready for exchanges until 2016 when that was supposed to be operational in 2014. The fact of the matter is it doesn't work and will not work. Even a stupid liberal like Sebelius have discovered it won't work. The cost of private insurance has gone through the roof and it will go higher.
Obama is gutting small business and big business is moving out.
But Obama still plays golf constantly, his kids travel the most expensive places as does his wife and then last night he had a private concert with all the big wigs in the pop,hip hop music industry. Michelle having the time of her life.
But they can allow the White House Tours stopped because that had to be cut to the public. The people's house for the first time is no longer the people's house.
Like my fellow poster Stephen said earlier.....

LOL
Zane

United States

#38380 Apr 17, 2013
Stephen wrote:
Cold hard facts:
Bush was vilified for his poor economic stats after inheriting a recessionary outlook to work with statistically.
2003:
Unemployment 6.1%
GDP 7.2%
Under employed:4.5 million
*these percentages are based on a much larger participation ratio in the workforce.
2013:
Unemployment 7.7%
GDP 0.4%
Under employed: 9.6 million
*based on percentages which is much lower participation ratio in the workforce. Poverty rate hit a 45 year high. Labor participation is at a 34 year low.
All network media outlets were reporting Bush's bad numbers 3 years into his presidency. We are now 5 years into Obama's presidency and are just now starting to see a few cracks in the staunch refusal to report Obama's record even though it is without question significantly worse now than when Bush was in office.
and this post
Zane

United States

#38381 Apr 17, 2013
Obamabot wrote:
Buried deep on page 191 of Obama's budget is a table showing tax collections as a share of the overall economy under Obama's budget, however income tax collections as a share of the economy would spike to 10.3% by 2023. This represents of 41% increase in just a decade.
Obama's own budget document confirms that spending, NOT REVENUE is the PROBLEM!
This is where we're headed.
Zane

United States

#38382 Apr 17, 2013
Stephen wrote:
<quoted text>
Check out what a liberal professor says about Republicans and Obama
go to link youtube.com the video is titled: Professor Calls Republicans Stupid and Racist. I watched the video and the professor is telling his students to vote straight democratic because Obama was going to 1. create jobs 2. keep peace 3. protect social security.
Let's see how good of job Obama has done that agenda.
Creation of jobs especially in the green industry is a national scandal and dismal failure. 2. We are still facing terrible situations all around the world and have lost diplomats and ambassador in both Libya and Afghanistan. Egypt invaded our consulate and is still having violent protests in the streets. Syria is a war zone being infiltrated heavily with Al Queda. Iran is almost nuclear and North Korea is closer to being at war with us in recent memory. 3. Social Security is being reduced under Obama according to his budget just released.
Someone needs to interview this professor again because his advice was 100 % incorrect he gave his students and he should be man enough to realize his class needs to be updated and revised before he gives one more lecture using material that is totally false!
There are two easy links to this video:
www.foxnews.com
www.youtube.com
This one too.
Zane

United States

#38383 Apr 17, 2013
Jangles wrote:
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Health and Human Services Department (HHS) budget documents state that the federal government now expects to spend 4.4 billion just this year on state grants for less than half of the U.S. states participating. In 2014 HHS says cost will jump to 5.7 billion. Americans projected to gain insurance from ObamaCare has eroded by 5 million to 27 million by 2017 according to CBO in February. In addition, as many as 8 million people will lose health care plans now offered through their employers, almost 3 times more than the CBO initially projected.
Progressive liberal,Time columnist, Joe Klein writes "the administration has had 3 years to set up these exchanges. It has failed to do so, this is a really bad sign. One thing is clear, ObamaCare will fail if he doesn't start paying more attention to the details of implementation, If he doesn't start demanding action. And in a larger sense, the notion of activist government will be in peril".
*TIME
Health Human Services, K. Sebelius
Congressional Budget Office
www.breitbart.com , Wynton Hall 4-11-2013
The original projected cost of these exchanges was approximately 2 billion to set up. Well you can see that wasn't even close what it will actually cost just to set up these exchanges.
And of course Jangles, sorry I didn't mention you earlier, but it's crystal clear that a high percentage of those posting on this thread understood ObamaCare was doomed from the beginning because the numbers don't add up.
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#38384 Apr 17, 2013
The Gun Bill just failed in the Senate!

No New Bun Laws Allowed!

ROFLMAO

The Purple Lip Kenyan is now whining on the Television, lol.
Zane

United States

#38385 Apr 17, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
The Gun Bill just failed in the Senate!
No New Bun Laws Allowed!
ROFLMAO
The Purple Lip Kenyan is now whining on the Television, lol.
Gun bill failure, Whoopee!
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#38386 Apr 17, 2013
Zane wrote:
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Gun bill failure, Whoopee!


Yep, Gun Bill Failure, Healthcare Law Collapse, No More Spending Spree's paying off his cronies.

That damn Purple Lip Kenyan was babbling like a river, whining like the loser he is.

What is even funnier is the progressive pricks thought is was clear sailing when their Purple Lip Kenyan was re-elected
but we see how that is all working out, lol.
Maddy

United States

#38387 Apr 17, 2013
Manchin/Toomey Amendment Failed: 54-46

Republicans who defected and voted YES:
Sen. Pat Toomey (PA)
Sen. Mark Kirk (IL)
Sen. Susan Collins (ME)
Sen. John McCain (AZ)

Democrats who defected and voted NO:
Sen. Heidi Keitkamp (ND)
Sen. Mark Pryor (AR)
Sen. Mark Begich (AL)
Sen. Max Baucus (MT)
Sen. Harry Reid (NV)-(Reid only voted NO for procedural reasons, so that democrats can call up the provision later.)

* foxnews.com
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#38388 Apr 17, 2013
Maddy wrote:
Manchin/Toomey Amendment Failed: 54-46
Republicans who defected and voted YES:
Sen. Pat Toomey (PA)
Sen. Mark Kirk (IL)
Sen. Susan Collins (ME)
Sen. John McCain (AZ)
Democrats who defected and voted NO:
Sen. Heidi Keitkamp (ND)
Sen. Mark Pryor (AR)
Sen. Mark Begich (AL)
Sen. Max Baucus (MT)
Sen. Harry Reid (NV)-(Reid only voted NO for procedural reasons, so that democrats can call up the provision later.)
* foxnews.com


Fact is, the bill will never pass the House anyway so it is a dead bill anyway it goes. We need to enforce the laws we have now and stop trying to pass more laws and chance the progressive pricks trying to sneak something else through.
Maddy

United States

#38389 Apr 17, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
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Fact is, the bill will never pass the House anyway so it is a dead bill anyway it goes. We need to enforce the laws we have now and stop trying to pass more laws and chance the progressive pricks trying to sneak something else through.
The bill didn't address the concerns of the families of Sandy Hook or Gabby Giffords and her husband Mark. It was a nothing more than getting laws tweeked to take away 2nd amendment rights away from citizens.
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#38390 Apr 17, 2013
Maddy wrote:
<quoted text>
The bill didn't address the concerns of the families of Sandy Hook or Gabby Giffords and her husband Mark. It was a nothing more than getting laws tweeked to take away 2nd amendment rights away from citizens.


That's exactly what it was all about. Good thing is it failed but it would have been dead on arrival to the House had it passed in the Senate.
Donnie

United States

#38391 Apr 17, 2013
Are all these stupid, ill-mannered, republicans and wantabee repigs in the 1% of the ultra rich or are they just surrogates for the 1%?

A mouthpiece for the rich and usually talking out their azz because their mouth knows better."""
Marcus

United States

#38392 Apr 17, 2013
Packing Heat locked his keys in his car outside of an abortion clinic the other night.
He found out that they get really pissed when you go in and ask them for a coat hanger.

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