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Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#23702 Aug 31, 2013
Obamas fault wrote:
Bush went to war in Iraqi using manufactured reasons, "weapons of mass destruction" he cried!! Then stood tall in his "flight jacket" claiming the enemy is defeated. And then over the next several years managed to piss of every living being in the Middle East. Fast forward to todays news. "Iraqi Shiite militia group on Friday threatened to attack U.S. interests in the Mideast if America launches a military strike on Syria"
That's the country we defeated talking, after millions of dollars and thousands of American lives. An economy pushed to the breaking point funding wars "off the books". A normal citizen would be in jail. Oh yeah, I forgot its Obamas fault.
If you look back at newspaper reports you will find that Iraq moved huge amounts of chemical weapons. This happened just before the U.S. air strikes, to its neighboring friend. That friend was the country of Syria. Give that one some thought. Most of those chemical weapons that Syria now processes were probably made in Iraq.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#23703 Aug 31, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Exactly WHOM is doing the waaaaaaaaaahhhhh waaaaaaaaaaahhhhhh-ing?
This is quoted from one of the top big union thugs.
“We believe that there are common-sense corrections that can be made within the existing statute that will allow OUR MEMBERS to continue to keep their current health plans and benefits just as you and THE PRESIDENT PLEDGED,” they wrote to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.“Unless changes are made, however, that promise is hollow.”
The July letter, published by the Wall Street Journal, said organized labor had lobbied the administration for regulatory fixes since the law’s enactment -- and struck out.
“Since the ACA was enacted, we have been bringing our deep concerns to the administration, seeking reasonable regulatory interpretations to the statute that would help prevent the destruction of non-profit health plans,” they wrote.“As you both know first-hand, our persuasive arguments have been disregarded and met with a stone wall by the White House and the pertinent agencies. This is especially stinging because other stakeholders have repeatedly received successful interpretations for their respective grievances. Most disconcerting of course is …[the] huge accommodation for the employer community -- extending the statutorily mandated 'December 31, 2013’ deadline for the employer mandate and penalties.”
Deadbeat looney left wing lunatic union thugs. They don't want to be like EVERYONE else. They think they are SPECIAL. waaaaaaaaahhhhhh waaaaaaaahhhhhh
The unions want an exemption. If Obama gives them one then the whole country, even liberal Democrats, will see his unfairness when they are left to foot the bill for Obamacare. This would raise the cost of Obamacare to each individual to make up for the lack of union participation.
Also with the lack of youthful participation and other exemptions there will not be enough money to get Obamacare off the ground. That is if there are any insurance companies left in business to implement any form of Obamacare.
Obamacare is doomed and was designed to fail. This is when Obama's single payer system kicks in. That was the Democrats plan all along. A single payer system.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#23704 Aug 31, 2013
It does seem that OMTE may very well have been correct writing that the Yosemite forest fire was set by illegal aliens from the Mexican drug cartel.
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/08/31/progress...

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#23706 Aug 31, 2013
This article is only one of many that I found on the Web.
It just reaffirms my previous post that the U.S. Government has taken and spent 2.7 Trillion dollars from the Social Security Fund.
The government has written 2.7 trillion dollars in IOU's to Social Security and then tries to tell us the fund is solvent. We are being told that the retiree's have sucked the money all up and it is their fault as they are drawing too much money out of the fund.
There is no money in the Fund because the U.S. Government borrowed the money and spent it on wars and such.
http://www.fedsmith.com/2013/05/23/government...
How

Jefferson, GA

#23707 Aug 31, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Waaaaaahhhhh !

Waaaaaahhhh !

Someone, anyone,(libroids of course) please change this baby's diaper.
How

Jefferson, GA

#23708 Aug 31, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
There is no money in the Fund because the U.S. Government borrowed the money and spent it on wars and such.
http://www.fedsmith.com/2013/05/23/government...

Looks like ya ya ya ya won't be getting his old age pension. Poor fella's gonna have to work till he drops.


“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#23709 Aug 31, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Waaaaaaaahhhhh !
Waaaaaaaahhhhh !
We Right Wing deadbeat freeloaders don't want to give up our free government paid and subsidized medical care.
We Right Wingers hate unions.
Unions make our corporate masters,(with the highest profits in modern history, and enjoying the highest employee productivity in the world), maybe, maybe, pay living wages and benefits, instead of dumping those costs on taxpayers.
Oh wait .....
Some unions have issues with ObamaCare.
Unions might help Right Wing Wacko freeloading deadbeats avoid paying for their own medical care.
We Right Wingers love unions.
Union leaders are wonderful brilliant people.
Who says that Right Wing Wackos are inconsistent ?
What a PATHETIC reply. Have you checked how much money your union leaders "make"? lol
Ya got nothin'.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#23710 Aug 31, 2013
Obamas fault wrote:
Bush went to war in Iraqi using manufactured reasons, "weapons of mass destruction" he cried!! Then stood tall in his "flight jacket" claiming the enemy is defeated. And then over the next several years managed to piss of every living being in the Middle East. Fast forward to todays news. "Iraqi Shiite militia group on Friday threatened to attack U.S. interests in the Mideast if America launches a military strike on Syria"
That's the country we defeated talking, after millions of dollars and thousands of American lives. An economy pushed to the breaking point funding wars "off the books". A normal citizen would be in jail. Oh yeah, I forgot its Obamas fault.
As long as you KEEP making excuses for Obama's failures, you'll continue to look like an idiot.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#23711 Aug 31, 2013
How wrote:
<quoted text>
Someone, anyone,(libroids of course) please change this baby's diaper.
lol Good one!

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#23712 Aug 31, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
The unions want an exemption. If Obama gives them one then the whole country, even liberal Democrats, will see his unfairness when they are left to foot the bill for Obamacare. This would raise the cost of Obamacare to each individual to make up for the lack of union participation.
Also with the lack of youthful participation and other exemptions there will not be enough money to get Obamacare off the ground. That is if there are any insurance companies left in business to implement any form of Obamacare.
Obamacare is doomed and was designed to fail. This is when Obama's single payer system kicks in. That was the Democrats plan all along. A single payer system.
Yep! AND that is what the unions want, too. Perhaps THAT is why IO loves his man, Obama, so much. He actually IS playing right into the hands of the unions. It doesn't matter. They're done.
Oh my

Young Harris, GA

#23713 Sep 1, 2013
Where wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
How long will it be before no insurance carrier will cover Obamacare in all States??
"Aetna Pulls Out of Another Obamacare Health Exchange"
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/...
Why No One Should Lose Sleep Because Big Insurers Are Taking a Pass on Exchanges
Posted: 07/02/2013 10:45 am
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/wendell-potter/...

Aetna made the wrong kind of headlines in California a few days back. The health insurance giant said it plans to stop selling individual coverage in the state and would not renew the individual policies it currently has in effect. That decision means about 50,000 Californians will have to find another insurer.

UnitedHealth Group, the nation's largest insurer, announced yesterday that it is following Aetna's lead and will also exit California's individual market, a move that will affect 8,000 people.

State Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones said he was disappointed because the departure of Aetna and UnitedHealth will reduce competition, but neither company has been able to be more than also-rans in California's individual health insurance market. Three other insurance companies with a much longer history in the state -- Anthem Blue Cross, Blue Shield of California and Kaiser Permanente -- collectively control about 90 percent of the Golden State's individual insurance market.

Aetna and UnitedHealth didn't make a big effort to increase their share of that market because, like Cigna, the big national insurer where I used to work, they prefer to sell coverage to employers, not individuals. So those companies' decisions didn't come as a surprise to anyone who has followed the recent trends in health insurance.

In fact, it is a stretch to even call the big companies insurers these days. The number of people whom those companies actually "insure" has been dwindling for a decade. Their preference is to encourage employers and other large groups to "self insure" and then hire the insurance companies as administrators. If you look closely at the big insurers' books of business, you will see their revenue from "administrative services only" (ASO) customers has been growing while cash from the selling of actual insurance has been falling....
Oh my

Young Harris, GA

#23714 Sep 1, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
If you look back at newspaper reports you will find that Iraq moved huge amounts of chemical weapons. This happened just before the U.S. air strikes, to its neighboring friend. That friend was the country of Syria. Give that one some thought. Most of those chemical weapons that Syria now processes were probably made in Iraq.
Syria's chemical weapons program decades old
5:26 p.m. EDT August 29, 2013
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2013...

WASHINGTON — Syria's chemical weapons program stretches back decades, allowing the country to amass a supply of nerve and blister agents capable of being mounted on long-range missiles that could reach neighboring countries, according to government and independent analysts.

Its program stretches back to the 1970s or '80s — experts disagree on the precise time — as a means of developing a deterrent against Israel's presumed nuclear capabilities, according to analysts and a Congressional Research Service report.

Chemical weapons were considered "the poor man's atomic bomb," said Gregory Koblentz, a security analyst at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Syria has stocks of sarin and VX, which attacks the nervous system, and mustard gas, which burns the skin, according to the Defense Intelligence Agency.

...Also unclear is how many of the stocks are still active, since the chemicals degrade over time. Over recent years, Syria has continued to seek chemical weapon components from foreign countries, according to the DIA.

The components can be used for industrial purposes, and Syria has sought to purchase the supplies by using front companies in third countries, the Congressional Research Service said. They can assemble the chemical weapons inside the country.

http://www.thebulletin.org/fearful-nuclear-ir...
...An enormous unconventional arsenal. Syria's chemical weapons stockpile is thought to be massive. One of only eight nations that is not a member of the Chemical Weapons Convention -- an arms control agreement that outlaws the production, possession, and use of chemical weapons -- Syria has a chemical arsenal that includes several hundred tons of blistering agents along with likely large stockpiles of deadly nerve agents, including VX, the most toxic of all chemical weapons. At least four large chemical weapon production facilities exist. Additionally, Syria likely stores its deadly chemical weapons at dozens of facilities throughout the fractious country.
Oh my

Young Harris, GA

#23715 Sep 1, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
It does seem that OMTE may very well have been correct writing that the Yosemite forest fire was set by illegal aliens from the Mexican drug cartel.
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/08/31/progress...
Or it "may very well have been" NOT "set by illegal aliens from the Mexican drug cartel." Who's to say, which to believe, illegal aliens or home grown growers, tough call, now which answer best suits my fears and disposition....

"The San Jose Mercury News reports that Todd McNeal, chief of the Twain Harte Fire Department, told a community meeting that it was "highly suspect that there might have been some sort of illicit grove, a marijuana-grow-type thing."

McNeal, who has 23 years of experience with Forest Service, the National Park Service and other agencies, said at the Aug. 23 meeting that investigators know the fire is human caused since there was no lightening in the area."
Where

Jefferson, GA

#23716 Sep 1, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
Why No One Should Lose Sleep Because Big Insurers Are Taking a Pass on Exchanges
Posted: 07/02/2013 10:45 am
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/wendell-potter/...
Aetna made the wrong kind of headlines in California a few days back. The health insurance giant said it plans to stop selling individual coverage in the state and would not renew the individual policies it currently has in effect. That decision means about 50,000 Californians will have to find another insurer.
UnitedHealth Group, the nation's largest insurer, announced yesterday that it is following Aetna's lead and will also exit California's individual market, a move that will affect 8,000 people.
State Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones said he was disappointed because the departure of Aetna and UnitedHealth will reduce competition, but neither company has been able to be more than also-rans in California's individual health insurance market. Three other insurance companies with a much longer history in the state -- Anthem Blue Cross, Blue Shield of California and Kaiser Permanente -- collectively control about 90 percent of the Golden State's individual insurance market.
Aetna and UnitedHealth didn't make a big effort to increase their share of that market because, like Cigna, the big national insurer where I used to work, they prefer to sell coverage to employers, not individuals. So those companies' decisions didn't come as a surprise to anyone who has followed the recent trends in health insurance.
In fact, it is a stretch to even call the big companies insurers these days. The number of people whom those companies actually "insure" has been dwindling for a decade. Their preference is to encourage employers and other large groups to "self insure" and then hire the insurance companies as administrators. If you look closely at the big insurers' books of business, you will see their revenue from "administrative services only" (ASO) customers has been growing while cash from the selling of actual insurance has been falling....

The old reliable unreliable Huff and Puff website, the only source of biased news for libroids......


The Top 25 Health Insurance Companies

The largest U.S. health insurers collected some $650 billion in premiums in 2009, the latest year for which data were available in early 2011. The top 25, ranked below by market share, accounted for nearly two-thirds of the total. Data were provided by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, whose members direct the state agencies that license insurance companies.
Rank Insurer
#1 Unitedhealth Group
#2 Wellpoint Inc. Group
#3 Kaiser Foundation Group
#4 Aetna Group
#5 Humana Group
#6 HCSC Group
#7 Coventry Corp. Group
#8 Highmark Group
#9 Independence Blue Cross Group
#10 Blue Shield of CA Group
tax

Abbeville, GA

#23717 Sep 1, 2013
More lazy bums looking for something for nothing!! They pay NO income tax and live off this countries Social (i.e. socialism) programs that hard working real people pay for. I am sick of my money going to people who are just lazy and its all the libtoid Obamay lovers fault!! Read he story then call your Congressman and demand these folks get a JOB and pay some tax!

http://news.msn.com/us/some-senior-citizens-g...
Where

Jefferson, GA

#23718 Sep 1, 2013
tax wrote:
More lazy bums looking for something for nothing!! They pay NO income tax and live off this countries Social (i.e. socialism) programs that hard working real people pay for. I am sick of my money going to people who are just lazy and its all the libtoid Obamay lovers fault!! Read he story then call your Congressman and demand these folks get a JOB and pay some tax!
http://news.msn.com/us/some-senior-citizens-g...

and good morning to you Ugly Eve, ye ole mal-content.
billy bob

Abbeville, GA

#23720 Sep 1, 2013
Where wrote:
<quoted text>
Ugly Eve, most folks live in the present age. So are you saying "if it's good enough for Bush, it's good enough for Obama??"
Or are you saying "I will overlook Obama's failures but not Bush's??"
Or are you saying "I'm just a ding-a-ling who lives in the past, as IO does. I have standards from yesteryear that does not apply to today, I am a Union man??"
Just like the Constitution our HISTORY is also what defines us. Its the story of how we got to where we are with lessons to be
learned and remembered. History always seems to repeat, thanks to close minded nuts just like you who refuse to learn from past mistakes. Your man Bush did what may be the most harm
ever done to this country in its history. NO President could fix the damage, none. Its like a serious car accident with serious injury, it takes time and pain to heal. Of course you being part
of the problem coming from the generation that had to have it all
and have it right now with no concern for the cost can't see that.
If we pull together we can fix what happened but with crack pots like you it may never happen.
Where

Jefferson, GA

#23721 Sep 1, 2013
The White House walk-and-talk that has caused whiplash among his team.....

Maybe now his team gets a feel for how the American people feel.



http://firstread.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/08/31...


Is there Hope

Jefferson, GA

#23723 Sep 1, 2013
Folks have made hay about me using different users names. Here is the explanation under each name used.
WHAT
An oligarchy will come into rule over America, consisting of 5-7 persons.
WHEN
Within 10-15 years, maybe even less.
WHERE
Washington, D.C.
HOW
From a collapse of the Republic form of Government America was founded upon. From a collapse of the financial system. From a collapse of Society seeking justice, righteousness, and honor above all things, ruled by the mores of the people; and turning the country into a system where individual selfishness overrules all sense and sensibility.
WHY
Because good men and women allowed despots to rule and change the fabric of America from a Republic to a Democracy, where mob opinion reigns and despots are allowed to rule, where individual license is held in higher regard than the mores of the people, and where man is now considered God.
Another How

Jefferson, GA

#23724 Sep 1, 2013
Is there Hope wrote:
HOW
From a collapse of the Republic form of Government America was founded upon. From a collapse of the financial system. From a collapse of Society seeking justice, righteousness, and honor above all things, ruled by the mores of the people; and turning the country into a system where individual selfishness overrules all sense and sensibility.

An example of breaking the mores of the people......

"Obama: Sex Ed for Kindergartners ‘Is the Right Thing to Do'"

Teaching the young that homosexuality is normal over mores of parents.

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