Bayless

South Pittsburg, TN

#104503 Oct 25, 2013
Bayless wrote:
Each passing day brings to light new problems with HealthCare.gov – here's what Liberals have to say:
Senator Mark Pryor (D-AR) on his plan to delay the individual mandate (which is EXACTLY what Republicans wanted to do and the dims shut the government down):
Affordable health care was never meant to be — if you’ve got insurance, now you’re going to have to buy insurance that’s more costly and not as good. That has to be fixed.
Ezra Klein, blogger and columnist for The Washington Post:
One of the Obama administration’s jobs, separate from all of the political stuff we talk about here, is to simply run things like this well, to run their signature legislative initiative well.… On that, so far, this has been a big failure.
Clay Johnson, who worked for Obama’s digital team in 2008:
HealthCare.gov got this way not because of incompetence or sloppiness of an individual vendor, but because of a deeply engrained and malignant cancer that’s eating away at the federal government’s ability to provide effective online services
Sam Stein, political reporter for the Huffington Post:
No one beta tested the site, which is almost criminal, when you think about it. The president was caught off-guard, which is really unfortunate and also really kind of messed up.
Arthur Delaney, a Huffington Post reporter:
I keep expecting Obama to look at the camera and yell LIVE FROM NEW YORK IT'S SATURDAY NIGHT!
Mike Barnicle, an MSNBC contributor:
They’re lying about it now.… They’re not depriving us of information, they are outright lying…about the numbers of who have enrolled, the numbers who have made the process complete, the numbers of people who have actually signed up, a couple others things. The larger point is they keep using the word,‘unacceptable.’ This is not unacceptable, this is outrageous.
Mark Halperin, TIME’s editor-at-large and senior political analyst:
The secrecy is unacceptable. It begins with not saying how many people have enrolled. I don’t understand why they can’t release that figure on a rolling basis. But in addition, you search in vain for answers to lots of questions. Tom Costello, lots of other reporters have asked them every day for basic information. When governments are in crisis, they withhold information, and sometimes they don’t tell the truth.
Ryan Lizza:
The ACA is the most important liberal project in decades. If it fails, it is a complete disaster for liberalism.
Worth posting again so dim-libs can see what other dim-libs are saying about Obamacare.

Since: Feb 13

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#104504 Oct 25, 2013
Barry Obama Is a Failure wrote:
<quoted text>
That's fine.
Then why doesn't the community organizer ask Kathleen to resign?
The Abominable Care Act rollout was botched, and she's in charge of it.
For all we know, he may. She was on the News last night and she wouldn't answer if she was going to resign , or not.

But, if you were in Obama's place, would you want to ask her to resign BEFORE this mess gets fixed that she was in charge of, and bring in a new Person, which wouldn't happen overnight, that was totally unfamiliar with anything that she had done or how she had done it? I wouldn't! That would only complicate matters and be a really dumb thing to do, IMO.
But, if things don't get fixed and fixed in a hurry, I don't expect her to be around much longer after it gets up and running.

I've told y'all before that NOTHING ever happens quickly in the Federal Gov't, and/or Congress...Never! There's too many steps it has to go through, under the best of circumstances...and it all has to be documented and recorded for historical purposes...and that's just the tip of the iceberg of all the time-consuming procedures that have to be gone through and followed!

And in this situation, a replacement would have to be found , first...and that alone, is not an easy task...again, under the best of circumstances, and with all the crap Obama and his Cabinet Members have had to put up with out of the TEApublicans, these are far from being the "best of circumstances". If fact, they have been the worst that I've ever seen any President have to endure...and that's the absolute truth!

“IMNTBHO”

Since: Dec 10

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#104505 Oct 25, 2013
Barry Obama Is a Failure wrote:
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Link?
If these percentages are correct for Barry, our debt today would be in the 11 - 12 trillion range. Our debt is over 17 trillion.
These numbers may be from 2010 or 2011.....not 2013.
Linda has told us repeatedly that "Congress has the power of thr purse", yet she intentionally left out who controlled Congress during those administrations.

Since: Feb 13

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#104506 Oct 25, 2013
Bayless wrote:
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Excellent!!!
No, It's not excellent! If there was ever a Person that should be afraid to even mention Jesus's Name, it's him! His hypocrisy is truly, TRULY astounding! No conscience and No shame...NONE!

Since: Feb 13

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#104507 Oct 25, 2013
Bayless wrote:
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Worth posting again so dim-libs can see what other dim-libs are saying about Obamacare.
Nobody read it the first time!
Bayless

South Pittsburg, TN

#104508 Oct 25, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
Nobody read it the first time!
THANKS FOR LETTING ME KNOW:

Each passing day brings to light new problems with HealthCare.gov – here's what Liberals have to say:
Senator Mark Pryor (D-AR) on his plan to delay the individual mandate (which is EXACTLY what Republicans wanted to do and the dims shut the government down):
Affordable health care was never meant to be — if you’ve got insurance, now you’re going to have to buy insurance that’s more costly and not as good. That has to be fixed.
Ezra Klein, blogger and columnist for The Washington Post:
One of the Obama administration’s jobs, separate from all of the political stuff we talk about here, is to simply run things like this well, to run their signature legislative initiative well.… On that, so far, this has been a big failure.
Clay Johnson, who worked for Obama’s digital team in 2008:
HealthCare.gov got this way not because of incompetence or sloppiness of an individual vendor, but because of a deeply engrained and malignant cancer that’s eating away at the federal government’s ability to provide effective online services
Sam Stein, political reporter for the Huffington Post:
No one beta tested the site, which is almost criminal, when you think about it. The president was caught off-guard, which is really unfortunate and also really kind of messed up.
Arthur Delaney, a Huffington Post reporter:
I keep expecting Obama to look at the camera and yell LIVE FROM NEW YORK IT'S SATURDAY NIGHT!
Mike Barnicle, an MSNBC contributor:
They’re lying about it now.… They’re not depriving us of information, they are outright lying…about the numbers of who have enrolled, the numbers who have made the process complete, the numbers of people who have actually signed up, a couple others things. The larger point is they keep using the word,‘unacceptable.’ This is not unacceptable, this is outrageous.
Mark Halperin, TIME’s editor-at-large and senior political analyst:
The secrecy is unacceptable. It begins with not saying how many people have enrolled. I don’t understand why they can’t release that figure on a rolling basis. But in addition, you search in vain for answers to lots of questions. Tom Costello, lots of other reporters have asked them every day for basic information. When governments are in crisis, they withhold information, and sometimes they don’t tell the truth.
Ryan Lizza:
The ACA is the most important liberal project in decades. If it fails, it is a complete disaster for liberalism.

LOL...er...Chuckles!!!
Bayless

South Pittsburg, TN

#104509 Oct 25, 2013
George Zimmerman is off the hook with the law – again.

LOL...er...Chuckles!!!

http://miami.cbslocal.com/2013/10/24/no-charg...
Floyd the Barber

Jamestown, TN

#104510 Oct 25, 2013
Great day in Mayberry
Bayless

South Pittsburg, TN

#104511 Oct 25, 2013
there are NOT enough people enrolling in the private insurance plans in the exchanges but they are enrolling in Medicaid instead. The private insurance was suppose to pay for it but now they can't. They will have to raise the rates again.

The thing is Obamacare was NEVER made to work.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505267_162-576092...

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#104512 Oct 25, 2013
Bayless wrote:
there are NOT enough people enrolling in the private insurance plans in the exchanges but they are enrolling in Medicaid instead. The private insurance was suppose to pay for it but now they can't. They will have to raise the rates again.
The thing is Obamacare was NEVER made to work.
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505267_162-576092...
Well, thanks to Haslam's incompetence, Medicaid is not an option for Tennesseans.
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#104513 Oct 25, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
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LMAO! I don't think that One pays in to Social Security, either, OT, if One gets their money from illegal Activities...and I'm NOT talking about YOU!
I also doubt that People who get their money from illegal Activities invest or save any of it, either!
But, a lot of them draw Disability Checks for Self-inflicted Mental Illness...or they fake it to get a free ride, and still keep doing their Illegal Activities, on the side...and they stay up late at night to do them under the cover of darkness and sleep late in the mornings, too.
They also, wake up hung over and miserable and spewing their venom, at anybody and everybody, until they can get their "Medication".
I suspect that may be what we have going on here! Must be terrible to have a "monkey on one's back", constantly!
Some of us have better sense than to go that route...and some of us are Idiots, who are almost Brain-dead after a several years of that Idiocy!
I know that I'm talking in circles, but I have to...I'm sure you "catch my drift", though!:)
Linda you mentioned, "Disability Checks", and that caught my eye.
I couple of days ago I was talking to one known Tea-Party lover(early 40's) and he mentioned that he was thinking about collecting Social Security early.....so I thought to myself this guy is nowhere near 62. Come to find out he really meant SSI. So of course I told him he is using the system that was meant for those that actually have a medical issue. So needless to say the conversation ended there.
So now when I here someone say they are collecting Social Security early,(and they are not in their early 60's) I know what they are talking about......and it doesn't sound as bad as "I'm on disability".

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#104514 Oct 25, 2013
Bayless wrote:
<quoted text>
THANKS FOR LETTING ME KNOW:
Each passing day brings to light new problems with HealthCare.gov – here's what Liberals have to say:
Senator Mark Pryor (D-AR) on his plan to delay the individual mandate (which is EXACTLY what Republicans wanted to do and the dims shut the government down):
Affordable health care was never meant to be — if you’ve got insurance, now you’re going to have to buy insurance that’s more costly and not as good. That has to be fixed.
Ezra Klein, blogger and columnist for The Washington Post:
One of the Obama administration’s jobs, separate from all of the political stuff we talk about here, is to simply run things like this well, to run their signature legislative initiative well.… On that, so far, this has been a big failure.
Clay Johnson, who worked for Obama’s digital team in 2008:
HealthCare.gov got this way not because of incompetence or sloppiness of an individual vendor, but because of a deeply engrained and malignant cancer that’s eating away at the federal government’s ability to provide effective online services
Sam Stein, political reporter for the Huffington Post:
No one beta tested the site, which is almost criminal, when you think about it. The president was caught off-guard, which is really unfortunate and also really kind of messed up.
Arthur Delaney, a Huffington Post reporter:
I keep expecting Obama to look at the camera and yell LIVE FROM NEW YORK IT'S SATURDAY NIGHT!
Mike Barnicle, an MSNBC contributor:
They’re lying about it now.… They’re not depriving us of information, they are outright lying…about the numbers of who have enrolled, the numbers who have made the process complete, the numbers of people who have actually signed up, a couple others things. The larger point is they keep using the word,‘unacceptable.’ This is not unacceptable, this is outrageous.
Mark Halperin, TIME’s editor-at-large and senior political analyst:
The secrecy is unacceptable. It begins with not saying how many people have enrolled. I don’t understand why they can’t release that figure on a rolling basis. But in addition, you search in vain for answers to lots of questions. Tom Costello, lots of other reporters have asked them every day for basic information. When governments are in crisis, they withhold information, and sometimes they don’t tell the truth.
Ryan Lizza:
The ACA is the most important liberal project in decades. If it fails, it is a complete disaster for liberalism.
LOL...er...Chuckles!!!
You can keep cluttering up the Thread until the cows come home, but I doubt that anybody will read it. Just like a Teabagger, what they can't destroy, they mess up for everybody else!
dreamin

Johnson City, TN

#104515 Oct 25, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
No, It's not excellent! If there was ever a Person that should be afraid to even mention Jesus's Name, it's him! His hypocrisy is truly, TRULY astounding! No conscience and No shame...NONE!
Your the queen of hypocrisy dingbat. Go smoke another cigarette while eating your health food.
Barry Obama is a Failure

Greeneville, TN

#104516 Oct 25, 2013
Bayless wrote:
George Zimmerman is off the hook with the law – again.
LOL...er...Chuckles!!!
http://miami.cbslocal.com/2013/10/24/no-charg...
Democrats like George have a hard time staying out of trouble.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#104517 Oct 25, 2013
This is SO awful!
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"Favre's Admission Of Memory Loss A Sad, Familiar Chorus Of Former NFL Players."

Click here:
http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-shutdown-co...
dreamin

Johnson City, TN

#104518 Oct 25, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
You can keep cluttering up the Thread until the cows come home, but I doubt that anybody will read it. Just like a Teabagger, what they can't destroy, they mess up for everybody else!
You read it, you responded to it - dingbat
Bayless

South Pittsburg, TN

#104519 Oct 25, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
You can keep cluttering up the Thread until the cows come home, but I doubt that anybody will read it. Just like a Teabagger, what they can't destroy, they mess up for everybody else!
Typical dim-lib - what they disagree with...well - it just doesn't exist.
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#104520 Oct 25, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
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Actually Dunlapian, a candy bar (which a lot complain about on here) is not as bad for you as you might think. Dark chocolate is very good for you, Nuts in the candy bar are good for you, and Peanut Better is loaded with protein and good "fats" to counter-act the bad cholesterol-causing fats....depending on the kind of candy bar you get.
One of the worst things you can eat, is bacon...and Men love bacon! lol!
Processed foods are not good, not even Deli Meats, but if you're going to make a sandwich, we ALL eat them!
I could go on and on, but I won't. I've been keeping up with this stuff since the 80's, when my Dad's Cardio-Vascular Specialist at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville told him, and I was there...that it was all the Eggs, Milk, Butter, and Cheese that they used to tell us , was good for us , that caused Cardio-Vascular Disease...and there's one thing I've learned and that is that, what the Scientists are finding out as to what is good , or bad , for us is constantly changing! Actually, it's a lot like Politics...constantly in a state of change, practically on a daily basis, as new things are found out, or discovered.
Yeah I know Linda we all eat this stuff sometimes, but if the foods that those Americans buy using food stamps could just have a code or something. Where a bag of chips would cost twice the market value, and a bag of apples would be 50% off(this is just one example) I believe we as Americans would be healthier.
Just a thought!
Bayless

South Pittsburg, TN

#104521 Oct 25, 2013
Barry Obama is a Failure wrote:
<quoted text>
Democrats like George have a hard time staying out of trouble.
LOL...er...Chuckles!!!
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#104522 Oct 25, 2013
Democrat wrote:
In 2005 I had to have a Spinal Fuson ,they put 2- 11inch rods and 6 screws in my low back,The cost was over $250,000.00
Then in 2008 I had colon cancer ,the test that found the cancer ,surgery and then I got an infection from the surgery and stayed in the hospital over a month,plus Chemo and the cost was over $255,000.00 Dollars,
Thank Good ness I had insurance and I had to pay 0.But if not for my insurance the two operation would have bankrupe me and my family.
Thank God we now have Obama care for people who can't afford insurance.
Great post and so true.

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