<quoted text>You live in perpetual fog. The Senate is just one of the 3 branches of government. 1/2 of 1/3 tried to change a law without changing a law. by applying economic pressure to the rest of the country. With the votes, you can change a law, without them you can't. You can take a law to the Supreme Court and get it overturned, you tried it didn't work. You people just don'ts seem to understand that, or you just don't care. Nobody is saying ObamaCare was ready to launch, the web site had problems that the people who built it couldn't comprehend. That's a result of the way government is forced to award contracts, the best and brightest will never be cheapest. The story of how a group of Obama supporters' from tech land in Californian, big time programmers and head of tech companies offered to fix it for free. But some silly law wouldn't allow that, so they we paid a fraction of what they normally make, and fixed the site, it took months, it now works very well. One of the interesting stories you don't get from FNC.
Polls show that the majority of Americans are against ObamaCare, they run that fact on FNC all the time. What they don't say is that a majority of Americans are in favor of fixing it, not killing it, that's just not going to happen. The train has left the station and the insurance companies are actually in business making money. People who didn't have insurance are getting quality insurance at a good price, if they quality they get help. People who couldn't get insurance because of pre-existing, now can. People who have gamed the system and not paid for insurance, at least now they will pay a venality. Republicans we in favor of a health care bill when Clinton was in office. The Republicans have never put for anything serious to address health care issues. Our health care system if putting the county out of business, ever more out of business that Bush 2 could do, as hard as he tried.
Think I am a liberal, not hardly. Just can't tolerate the tactics of the idiot fringe that you embrace, but don't really understand. Run another Bush, run Jeb, I WILL vote for him. I will not vote for anyone who embraces the tea party. And I am more of a majority than you are, and that's the Republican Party's biggest problem. As long as the tea party has influence in the party it will not succeed on a national level. It will do just fine in poor southern states. States with historically low education standards, large African American populations, low wages, high obesity rates, a larger percentage of smokers etc, get the picture?
Heck ....you came into this forum a dummy .....and if your goodbye means this is your last post, then you 'll leave as a dummy also.
I personally made every effort to educate you to the truth of things ......but your insistence on remaining a dummy is far from me not putting forth an effort to correct you from your errors....