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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DoesntMatter

Perkins, OK

#44341 Jul 1, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>He asks the American people to sweat blood and tears and to pull their belts in to give the economy a chance and Obama just keeps on giving the taxpayer's money to everyone else and the debt just keeps on growing. I sure Obama has a good accountant when he leaves office because Obama will not have a printer that prints money or China anymore. I guess to Obama it is easy come and easy go and not worry about paying the bills to run this country.
It's all on purpose and by design.
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#44342 Jul 1, 2013
DoesntMatter wrote:
<quoted text>
It's all on purpose and by design.
I know. It is sad that he and who ever are getting away with it. The American people have become to trusting that our government would never waiver from our Constitution.
Zane

Grand Prairie, TX

#44343 Jul 1, 2013
Hey, just because I'm the only heterosexual male on this forum doesn't mean ya'll can't give me a warmer welcome...sheeeeeeeeeesh!!!
Stephen

Grand Prairie, TX

#44344 Jul 1, 2013
Remember, there's a fine line between being crazy like a fox, and crazy like FOX News.
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#44345 Jul 1, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
Obama says he needs $100M of taxpayer money to go to Africa. But if he is going to take his mother-in-law and niece along, it should constitute as a family vacation and he fork over some of that dough.
From White House Dossier:
In a move that can only fuel charges that his week-long trip to Africa is a de facto vacation, President Obama is taking his mother-in-law Marian Robinson and niece Leslie Robinson with him on Air Force One, which departed the United States this morning. Leslie is the daughter of First Lady Michelle Obama’s brother Craig.
Obama is already being accompanied by Mrs. Obama and their daughters Sasha and Malia. It’s not clear if other family members got aboard the presidential jet this morning. The press pool reporter, who eyed the Obama relatives, doesn’t mention any.
The White House says the excursion is an important step toward building democracy and advancing U.S. strategic interests in Africa.
Now what does everyone think about the tax payers paying for Obama's Mother-in-law and niece to go to Africa on Air Force One?


If it had been a one-way ticket, I would definately consider that a bargain except it would have been mandatory all the family load up and take that trip!

When I saw Obama standing in Mandela's old cell all I could think of was Lock the Door Quick, America's problem partly solved.
Dr Jones

Grand Prairie, TX

#44346 Jul 1, 2013
DoesntMatter goes to the Post Office to apply for a job. The interviewer asks him 'Are you allergic to anything?' He says 'Yes, just caffeine.'

'Have you ever been in the service?' the interviewer asks.'Yes,' he says,'I was in Iraq for two years.'

The interviewer says 'That will give you 5 extra points toward employment here.’ and then asks,'Are you disabled in any way?'

The guy says,'Yes... an IED exploded near me and blew my testicles clean off.'

The interviewer tells the guy 'O.K. In that case, I can hire you right now. Normal hours are from 8am to 4pm. You can start tomorrow at 10am, and plan on starting at 10am every day. Don't worry, we'll still pay you from 8am.'

The guy is puzzled and says 'If the hours are from 8am to 4pm, why don't you want me to be here before 10am?'

''This is a government job,' the interviewer says.'For the first two hours we just stand around drinking coffee and scratching our balls. No point in you coming in for that.'
DoesntMatter

Perkins, OK

#44347 Jul 2, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>I know. It is sad that he and who ever are getting away with it. The American people have become to trusting that our government would never waiver from our Constitution.
Here's some more lies for you, but no perjury charges

The US director of national intelligence, James Clapper, has attempted to head off criticism that he lied to Congress over the extent of government surveillance on American citizens, with a letter to senators in which he apologised for giving "erroneous" information.

Two weeks after telling NBC news that he gave the "least untruthful answer possible" at a hearing in March, Clapper wrote to the Senate intelligence committee to correct his response to a question about whether the National Security Agency "collected data on millions of Americans".

But the US senator who asked the question, Ron Wyden, said on Monday that Clapper's office had admitted in private that his answer was wrong, after the March hearing. Yet the intelligence chief only corrected the record on 21 June, when disclosures by the former NSA contractor Edward Snowden prompted weeks of intense public pressure.

"Senator Wyden is deeply troubled by a number of misleading statements senior officials have made about domestic surveillance in the past several years," said his spokesman, Tom Caiazza. "He will continue pushing for an open and honest debate about programs and laws that touch on the personal lives of ordinary Americans."

In the March hearing, Wyden grew frustrated that he could not get a "direct answer" from Clapper about a question the senator said he had been posing to the intelligence agencies in a series of letters for a year: when do US spies need a warrant to surveil Americans' communications?

"What I wanted to see is if you could give me a yes or no answer to the question: does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans," Wyden asked Clapper.

He responded: "No, sir, not wittingly. There are cases where they could inadvertently, perhaps, collect, but not wittingly."

After Snowden's disclosures in the Guardian threw a spotlight on Clapper's statement, he gave an interview to Andrea Mitchell of MSNBC, portions of which were first broadcast on 9 June. In the interview, Clapper explained the apparent inconsistency as a ploy to avoid revealing classified information.

On 18 June, Senator Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky, accused Clapper directly of lying, pointed out that lying on oath to Congress was a crime, and questioned whether he could continue in his position.

According to the latest revelation in the Washington Post on Monday, and confirmed by an Obama administration official, Clapper wrote to the Senate intelligence committee on 21 June, when he admitted directly that his answer was wrong. "My response was clearly erroneous – for which I apologize," Clapper said in the letter.

Clapper appeared to row back from his MSNBC statement that his March answer was calculated to avoid betraying confidential information. In the letter, Clapper said that he had misunderstood the question.

But Clapper did not say in the letter why he had taken him until June to correct the mistake. Senator Wyden's spokesman made it clear on Monday that the senator had made attempts to get Clapper to correct the record before the revelations in the Guardian, but was rebuffed. "Senator Wyden had a staff member contact the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on a secure phone line soon after the March hearing to address the inaccurate statement regarding bulk collection on Americans.

"The ODNI acknowledged that the statement was inaccurate but refused to correct the public record when given the opportunity. Senator Wyden's staff informed the ODNI that this was a serious concern.
DoesntMatter

Perkins, OK

#44348 Jul 2, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>I know. It is sad that he and who ever are getting away with it. The American people have become to trusting that our government would never waiver from our Constitution.
Here's some more lies for you and no perjury charges.

The US director of national intelligence, James Clapper, has attempted to head off criticism that he lied to Congress over the extent of government surveillance on American citizens, with a letter to senators in which he apologised for giving "erroneous" information.

Two weeks after telling NBC news that he gave the "least untruthful answer possible" at a hearing in March, Clapper wrote to the Senate intelligence committee to correct his response to a question about whether the National Security Agency "collected data on millions of Americans".

But the US senator who asked the question, Ron Wyden, said on Monday that Clapper's office had admitted in private that his answer was wrong, after the March hearing. Yet the intelligence chief only corrected the record on 21 June, when disclosures by the former NSA contractor Edward Snowden prompted weeks of intense public pressure.

"Senator Wyden is deeply troubled by a number of misleading statements senior officials have made about domestic surveillance in the past several years," said his spokesman, Tom Caiazza. "He will continue pushing for an open and honest debate about programs and laws that touch on the personal lives of ordinary Americans."

In the March hearing, Wyden grew frustrated that he could not get a "direct answer" from Clapper about a question the senator said he had been posing to the intelligence agencies in a series of letters for a year: when do US spies need a warrant to surveil Americans' communications?

"What I wanted to see is if you could give me a yes or no answer to the question: does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans," Wyden asked Clapper.

He responded: "No, sir, not wittingly. There are cases where they could inadvertently, perhaps, collect, but not wittingly."

After Snowden's disclosures in the Guardian threw a spotlight on Clapper's statement, he gave an interview to Andrea Mitchell of MSNBC, portions of which were first broadcast on 9 June. In the interview, Clapper explained the apparent inconsistency as a ploy to avoid revealing classified information.

On 18 June, Senator Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky, accused Clapper directly of lying, pointed out that lying on oath to Congress was a crime, and questioned whether he could continue in his position.

According to the latest revelation in the Washington Post on Monday, and confirmed by an Obama administration official, Clapper wrote to the Senate intelligence committee on 21 June, when he admitted directly that his answer was wrong. "My response was clearly erroneous – for which I apologize," Clapper said in the letter.

Clapper appeared to row back from his MSNBC statement that his March answer was calculated to avoid betraying confidential information. In the letter, Clapper said that he had misunderstood the question.

But Clapper did not say in the letter why he had taken him until June to correct the mistake. Senator Wyden's spokesman made it clear on Monday that the senator had made attempts to get Clapper to correct the record before the revelations in the Guardian, but was rebuffed. "Senator Wyden had a staff member contact the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on a secure phone line soon after the March hearing to address the inaccurate statement regarding bulk collection on Americans.

"The ODNI acknowledged that the statement was inaccurate but refused to correct the public record when given the opportunity. Senator Wyden's staff informed the ODNI that this was a serious concern.
WarForOil

Grapevine, TX

#44349 Jul 2, 2013
Did you notice how many of the fallen
19 heroes killed in the Arizona Wildfire
were black ?

All of them, and crispy too.

Turns out this elite unit was just
another bunch of not too bright government employees.

Looks like there are more openings for
' The best of the best '.
DoesntMatter

Perkins, OK

#44350 Jul 2, 2013
This is what they do all the time and expect us to believe the things that they spew out of their mouths. But nothing will happen. Almost every person in the top of this administration has perjured themselves and it makes no difference

The most senior US intelligence official told a Senate oversight panel that he “simply didn’t think” of the National Security Agency’s efforts to collect the phone records of millions of Americans when he testified in March that it did “not wittingly” snoop on their communications.

James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, made the comments in a letter to the Senate intelligence committee, released in full for the first time on Tuesday.

Portions of the letter, in which Clapper apologised for giving “clearly erroneous” testimony at a March hearing of the committee, were first reported by the Washington Post on Monday. Clapper had previously said that his answer to the committee was the “least untruthful” one he could publicly provide.

In the full letter, Clapper attempted to explain the false testimony by saying that his recollection failed him.“I simply didn’t think of Section 215 of the Patriot Act,” he wrote to committee chairwoman Dianne Feinstein (Democrat, California) on 21 June, referring to the legal provision cited to justify the mass collection of Americans’ phone data, first disclosed by the Guardian.

Clapper is under intense pressure from legislators displeased by his March testimony to the Senate intelligence committee’s Ron Wyden (Democrat, Oregon) that the NSA did “not wittingly” collect, as Wyden put it,“any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans.”

In his newly released letter, Clapper told Feinstein that his remarks were “clearly erroneous,” and he issued them because he was thinking instead of a different aspect of surveillance, the internet content collection of persons NSA believes to be foreigners outside of the United States.
DoesntMatter

Perkins, OK

#44351 Jul 2, 2013
Admin. providing additional year before Obamacare mandatory employer + insurer reporting requirements begin http://t.co/UsxWMTlDe7

Disaster
DoesntMatter

Perkins, OK

#44352 Jul 2, 2013
Translation: Delay it until after elections so the people won't know what a train wreck it is and vote in republicans to repeal it. Suckas!
DoesntMatter

Perkins, OK

#44353 Jul 2, 2013
I wonder what all those people who were knocked down to part time jobs bc of Obamacare feel about it?
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#44354 Jul 2, 2013
DoesntMatter wrote:
Admin. providing additional year before Obamacare mandatory employer + insurer reporting requirements begin http://t.co/UsxWMTlDe7
Disaster
Ok, What are they talking about when they say 'Any employer shared responsibility and it won't kick in until 2015? I thought Under the new healthcare law that employers were to pay the whole amount of the employees health insurance. So
what are they talking about. Or do they know what they are talking about for sure?
WarForOil

Grapevine, TX

#44355 Jul 2, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>
I thought Under the new healthcare law that employers were to pay the whole amount of the employees health insurance.
Do you have magic mushrooms too.
Free lunch for all.

Dream on.

Ignorant Okie.
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#44357 Jul 2, 2013
WarForOil wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you have magic mushrooms too.
Free lunch for all.
Dream on.
Ignorant Okie.
Why the heck don't you try to say something intelligent once in awhile. Oh I know that would be hard for someone that has no idea what that is!

Now You Dream on!
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#44358 Jul 2, 2013
WarForOil wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you have magic mushrooms too.
Free lunch for all.
Dream on.
Ignorant Okie.
Oh by the way maybe whoever is in charge of making sure you don't do or say stupid shit you fire them. They aren't doing a very good job!
WarForOil

Grapevine, TX

#44359 Jul 3, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>
Why the heck don't you try to say something intelligent once in awhile.

I thought Under the new healthcare law that employers were to pay the whole amount of the employees health insurance
How can you complain about stupid when you make
totally ignorant statements like ' I thought it was
going to be free '. You're the worse kind of common
American, totally dumb.

How many times have you and your parents bought the
Brooklyn Bridge ?

You will always be a burden to society. Someone
else has to do your thinking.
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#44360 Jul 3, 2013
WarForOil wrote:
<quoted text>
How can you complain about stupid when you make
totally ignorant statements like ' I thought it was
going to be free '. You're the worse kind of common
American, totally dumb.
How many times have you and your parents bought the
Brooklyn Bridge ?
You will always be a burden to society. Someone
else has to do your thinking.
It said the employer would be providing the employees with healthcare. But what the employers pay for an employees health ins. would be add onto earned wages when filing federal and state tax returns. There will be no more employer paying a percent of health ins and employee paying a percent of their health ins. For example employer pays 70% and the employees paid 30% but under the new health care law employers pay 100% for employees but what the employer pays is considered earned income for the employee.
Now prove me wrong Smarty pants!
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#44361 Jul 3, 2013
WarForOil wrote:
<quoted text>
How can you complain about stupid when you make
totally ignorant statements like ' I thought it was
going to be free '. You're the worse kind of common
American, totally dumb.
How many times have you and your parents bought the
Brooklyn Bridge ?
You will always be a burden to society. Someone
else has to do your thinking.
I never said anything would be free! But employers and employees are not sharing nothing when it comes to health ins. premiums. Read the article or shut up!

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