NOTICE to all Republicans

NOTICE to all Republicans

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Andy

Sacramento, CA

#2 Jun 28, 2014
Typical republican loony. Never forget these ruthless turds.

The first line in any definitive Dick Cheney obituary should mention the Valerie Plame affair; no one incident better illustrates his viciousness or the empty black hole where a conscience should be. Dick Cheney built his entire career around protecting the national security of the United States. But when one diplomat wrote a column criticizing the Bush administration's deceptions in the run-up to the Iraq war, it was Cheney and his staff who revealed that the diplomat's wife was an undercover CIA agent. That petty, personal act of vengeance should have ended Cheney's career or, at the very least, ended forever the notion that he was a man who took the national security of our country seriously.

Let's never forget who Dick Cheney really is. He has no right to a powerful voice in our nation's affairs, not after all he's done. In that video he and Liz describe America as the exceptional nation. But Cheney condoned torture. He lied us into war. He ran roughshod over the rule of law and the basic rights that make us exceptional. He made America weaker and worse, and that's how we should immortalize Dick Cheney.
DUMBO 2

Dyersburg, TN

#3 Jul 1, 2014
Andy wrote:
Typical republican loony. Never forget these ruthless turds.
The first line in any definitive Dick Cheney obituary should mention the Valerie Plame affair; no one incident better illustrates his viciousness or the empty black hole where a conscience should be. Dick Cheney built his entire career around protecting the national security of the United States. But when one diplomat wrote a column criticizing the Bush administration's deceptions in the run-up to the Iraq war, it was Cheney and his staff who revealed that the diplomat's wife was an undercover CIA agent. That petty, personal act of vengeance should have ended Cheney's career or, at the very least, ended forever the notion that he was a man who took the national security of our country seriously.
Let's never forget who Dick Cheney really is. He has no right to a powerful voice in our nation's affairs, not after all he's done. In that video he and Liz describe America as the exceptional nation. But Cheney condoned torture. He lied us into war. He ran roughshod over the rule of law and the basic rights that make us exceptional. He made America weaker and worse, and that's how we should immortalize Dick Cheney.
You probably are an educated person in book learning, but you need to keep up with current world affairs and the S---t that MR O has gotten us into these past 7 years.
Andy

Sacramento, CA

#4 Jul 1, 2014
DUMBO 2 wrote:
<quoted text> You probably are an educated person in book learning, but you need to keep up with current world affairs and the S---t that MR O has gotten us into these past 7 years.
LIE, Americas trouble is what you rwnutty arsed turds left Obama to deal with.....by the way STOCK MARKET REACHED RECORD HIGH today...what a hoot...say thanks Obama..

http://www.latimes.com/nation/politics/politi...
Set

Dyersburg, TN

#5 Jul 1, 2014
DUMBO 2 wrote:
<quoted text> You probably are an educated person in book learning, but you need to keep up with current world affairs and the S---t that MR O has gotten us into these past 7 years.
You mean all the s---t that Bitch/Chenny got us into. For instance how they took a fantastic economy with a huge surplus and bankrupted the country, put us in two totally unnecessary wars and their party has refused to get off their arse and do anything to help the economy in the last six years. Is that what you call "keeping up with current affairs?
Andy

Sacramento, CA

#7 Jul 1, 2014
Finley wrote:
<quoted text> along with the highest gas price we ever seen
Say thank you to gw/cheney/GOP for all the LIES and WARS for 8 years...

A REAL GEORGIA PEACH
Mr. Bigot Goes to Washington?

John Amis/AP
In Georgia’s 10th district, the leading—yes, I said leading—candidate thinks Muslims don’t deserve First Amendment rights.
Jody Hice has done it! He’s the new champion of the GOP’s World Cup of batshit crazy. Hice is like the Republican version of a right-wing Frankenstein, featuring the worst elements of the GOP jammed into one person.So who is Jody Hice? Well, he could be the next congressional representative from Georgia’s 10th district. Hice came in first in a seven-person field in the March GOP primary but didn’t win by a big enough margin to avoid a run off.
Andy

Sacramento, CA

#8 Jul 1, 2014
Set wrote:
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You mean all the s---t that Bitch/Chenny got us into. For instance how they took a fantastic economy with a huge surplus and bankrupted the country, put us in two totally unnecessary wars and their party has refused to get off their arse and do anything to help the economy in the last six years. Is that what you call "keeping up with current affairs?
Amen.. get folks to vote in Tennessee.
whatever

Ripley, TN

#9 Jul 1, 2014
Sandy still bringing up Bush & Cheney. let's see, who has been President the past 5 plus years? Oh that's right, Obama!

The buck stops at his desk (and by the way Sandy get out from under the desk. Michelle is going to get jealous with you on your knees under his desk so much).
Finley

United States

#10 Jul 1, 2014
Andy wrote:
<quoted text>
Say thank you to gw/cheney/GOP for all the LIES and WARS for 8 years...
A REAL GEORGIA PEACH
Mr. Bigot Goes to Washington?
John Amis/AP
In Georgia’s 10th district, the leading—yes, I said leading—candidate thinks Muslims don’t deserve First Amendment rights.
Jody Hice has done it! He’s the new champion of the GOP’s World Cup of batshit crazy. Hice is like the Republican version of a right-wing Frankenstein, featuring the worst elements of the GOP jammed into one person.So who is Jody Hice? Well, he could be the next congressional representative from Georgia’s 10th district. Hice came in first in a seven-person field in the March GOP primary but didn’t win by a big enough margin to avoid a run off.
last time I check Obama was in office how can old gw cause this problem
Andy

Sacramento, CA

#11 Jul 1, 2014
whatever wrote:
Sandy still bringing up Bush & Cheney. let's see, who has been President the past 5 plus years? Oh that's right, Obama!
The buck stops at his desk (and by the way Sandy get out from under the desk. Michelle is going to get jealous with you on your knees under his desk so much).
Take your Joe McCarthy impersonation elsewhere

If you haven't the wit to cleverly insult someone you dislike, go away.
whatever

Ripley, TN

#12 Jul 2, 2014
Andy wrote:
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Take your Joe McCarthy impersonation elsewhere
If you haven't the wit to cleverly insult someone you dislike, go away.
It doesn't take much to insult an idiot like you. By the way, Dora the Explorer is on. I know this is one of your favorite shows. Run along now...
Andy

Sacramento, CA

#15 Jul 2, 2014
GREAT news for the Tennessee rwnut supporting dummies, esp "what eva"..

A Rural Hospital Is Closing In Tennessee Because The State Refuses To Expand Medicaid

A rural hospital located in Brownsville, Tennessee is ending its inpatient and emergency services this summer because it can’t afford to keep operating them. Instead, the facility will become an urgent care clinic dealing with minor illnesses. W. Larry Cash, the chief financial officer for the community health group that operates the hospital, told the Tennessean that his state’s refusal to expand Medicaid was a “contributing factor” in the move.
Providers that serve a high number of poor and uninsured Americans, technically called “Disproportionate Share Hospitals,” often operate on a loss because their patients can’t always pay for their care. To compensate, the federal government offers reimbursements for those hospitals — but the Affordable Care Act changes the way the payments are structured. Because the health law intended every state to expand Medicaid, and therefore reduce the number of uninsured people who can’t pay their bills, the reimbursements for DSH hospitals have been reduced.
But if hospitals are located in states that continue to refuse Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion, that puts them in a difficult spot. They’re losing out on some of the federal government’s funding without making up the difference with an influx of insured patients.
This is by no means an unexpected consequence. For years, rural providers have been warning that failing to expand the public health program will put them in jeopardy. Last December, the Tennessee Hospital Association predicted that rural hospitals would be forced to start closing unless the state reversed its decision on Medicaid. The Rural Policy Research Institute sees the fight over this particular Obamacare provision as one of the most important issues facing its constituency.
Nonetheless, GOP-led states have remained steadfast in their opposition to Medicaid expansion. Rural hospitals are beginning to close in states like Georgia, North Carolina, and Virginia. These facilities are often located in areas where poor residents desperately need access to health services.
In the states that have agreed to expand Medicaid, some rural health clinics are closing for an entirely different reason. In Arkansas, where GOP lawmakers struck a deal with the federal government to implement a state-tailored version of the expansion, a free health clinic just closed because so many people now have insurance coverage under Obamacare.“Our services won’t be needed anymore, and this will conclude our mission,” the clinic director explained.
dude

Cabot, AR

#16 Jul 2, 2014
Set wrote:
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You mean all the s---t that Bitch/Chenny got us into. For instance how they took a fantastic economy with a huge surplus and bankrupted the country, put us in two totally unnecessary wars and their party has refused to get off their arse and do anything to help the economy in the last six years. Is that what you call "keeping up with current affairs?
Clintons housing regulations played a pretty good part in all this mess too.

Financial policy sometimes takes years to kick in and we had to many people living beyond their means when Bush broke everything on his way out.

I'm as liberal ad they come, but this mess is a bit of everyone's fault
whatever

Ripley, TN

#17 Jul 2, 2014
Andy wrote:
GREAT news for the Tennessee rwnut supporting dummies, esp "what eva"..
A Rural Hospital Is Closing In Tennessee Because The State Refuses To Expand Medicaid
A rural hospital located in Brownsville, Tennessee is ending its inpatient and emergency services this summer because it can’t afford to keep operating them. Instead, the facility will become an urgent care clinic dealing with minor illnesses. W. Larry Cash, the chief financial officer for the community health group that operates the hospital, told the Tennessean that his state’s refusal to expand Medicaid was a “contributing factor” in the move.
Providers that serve a high number of poor and uninsured Americans, technically called “Disproportionate Share Hospitals,” often operate on a loss because their patients can’t always pay for their care. To compensate, the federal government offers reimbursements for those hospitals — but the Affordable Care Act changes the way the payments are structured. Because the health law intended every state to expand Medicaid, and therefore reduce the number of uninsured people who can’t pay their bills, the reimbursements for DSH hospitals have been reduced.
But if hospitals are located in states that continue to refuse Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion, that puts them in a difficult spot. They’re losing out on some of the federal government’s funding without making up the difference with an influx of insured patients.
This is by no means an unexpected consequence. For years, rural providers have been warning that failing to expand the public health program will put them in jeopardy. Last December, the Tennessee Hospital Association predicted that rural hospitals would be forced to start closing unless the state reversed its decision on Medicaid. The Rural Policy Research Institute sees the fight over this particular Obamacare provision as one of the most important issues facing its constituency.
Nonetheless, GOP-led states have remained steadfast in their opposition to Medicaid expansion. Rural hospitals are beginning to close in states like Georgia, North Carolina, and Virginia. These facilities are often located in areas where poor residents desperately need access to health services.
In the states that have agreed to expand Medicaid, some rural health clinics are closing for an entirely different reason. In Arkansas, where GOP lawmakers struck a deal with the federal government to implement a state-tailored version of the expansion, a free health clinic just closed because so many people now have insurance coverage under Obamacare.“Our services won’t be needed anymore, and this will conclude our mission,” the clinic director explained.
Hey idiot, the reason TN didn't "expand Medicaid" is b/c Obama was only going to help fund the massive increases for a couple of years & then states had to pick up the ENTIRE cost themselves. Thank God that our Governor saw through this (as did many other states) & said "NO WAY!"

By the way I see where protesters in CA turned away a bus carrying a load of illegal immigrates! Even though Democrat Nancy Pelosi calls them "God's children" and loves them to death taxpayers there are getting fed up with paying for their medical care, food, housing, schooling, etc.

How many have you taken in yet Sandy?
Andy

Sacramento, CA

#18 Jul 2, 2014
haslem and corker, koch bro poodles are costing TN tax payers $6.8 million dollars per day for their FAILURE to expand medicade for the poorest of Tennesseans, many will DIE from lack of affordable med care...That is costing every man woman and child about $75.00 a month, a family of four is paying about $300.00 a month in TENNESSEE TAX while many hospitals will close....what a hoot...LOL

The folks in CA are republican rwnutty arsed HATE FILLED due to the republican congress FAILURE to PASS immigration laws. Obama will continue to do the JOB that the republican skanks FAIL to do...GO OBAMA GREAT job.
gw is the one that signed the present immigrant LAW into law.FACT
DOH

Sioux City, IA

#19 Jul 2, 2014
BARKS OBEYME BLOWS ! ANYONE WHO ACTUALLY FOLLOWS WHAT IS REALLY HAPPENING IN AMERICA KNOWS THIS BY HIS TOTAL LACK OF LEADERSHIP . HE HASN'T ACCOMPLISHED A DAMN THING . FUNNY HOW WHEN THE JACKASS FRAUDED HIS WAY INTO THE WHITEHOUSE AND BOTH THE HOUSE AND SENATE WERE OWNED BY DEMOCRAPS DID NOTHING FOR IMMIGRATION . NOTHING ACCOMPLISHED WITH THE $ 800 BILLION STIMULUS EXCEPT BANKRUPTCIES , AND WASTED SPENDING ! FATS AND FURIOUS COVER UP ,BENGHAZI COVERUP ,IRS COVER UP ,NSA COVERUP , TOTAL BORDER CONTROL FAILURE I TELL US AGAIN ABOUT ALL HIS GREAT ACHIEVEMENTS , WE ALL NEED A GOOD LAUGH !
The Truth

Piggott, AR

#20 Jul 2, 2014
Andy wrote:
Typical republican loony. Never ...Un-Gawdly Bull Shit ....Cheney.
Hey, did you see the Kelly File today? Check this out! No American can accept Obama after this ...

http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/the-kelly-file/...

Go "F" yourself (S)Andy and all you marxist/liberals jackals.
Andy

Sacramento, CA

#21 Jul 3, 2014
The Truth wrote:
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Hey, did you see the Kelly File today? Check this out! No American can accept Obama after this ...
http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/the-kelly-file/...
Go "F" yourself (S)Andy and all you marxist/liberals jackals.
YOUR hate filled rwnut USSC just f***ed ALL of America's females, bet it makes all of you red slave states happy happy...now go f**k yourself you nazi turd.

Hobby Lobby: Sex, Lies, and Craft Supplies
Conservatives are making five arguments hailing the decision. They’re all factually wrong, which leads them to the sixth: women are sluts.
It’s understandable that conservatives are gloating. In one fell swoop, the Supreme Court has constrained government power, expanded corporate rights, and protected religious tyranny. That individual rights were also destroyed doesn’t seem to bother conservatives very much, as the rights in question mainly concern women who have sex for reasons other than procreation. As Erin Gloria Ryan put it in her brilliant satirical response to the ruling,“Corporations are people, my friend. Women? Not so much.”

But rather than quietly crawling back to their smoke-filled rooms and peyote-perfumed pews to celebrate, conservatives have remained on the attack, spreading overt misinformation about the ruling and its implications and smearing women’s health advocates who dare to argue. Here, for your reference, is a discussion based loosely on “questions” from my Twitter feed and those of other women writing about this case over the last few days.
whatever

Ripley, TN

#22 Jul 3, 2014
Hey everybody I think Sandy is getting mad. We have insulted his hero and Master King Obama. It is Obama who sends him a check every month and you don't dare insult the Great One!
guest

Paris, TN

#23 Jul 4, 2014
Andy wrote:
Typical republican loony. Never forget these ruthless turds.
The first line in any definitive Dick Cheney obituary should mention the Valerie Plame affair; no one incident better illustrates his viciousness or the empty black hole where a conscience should be. Dick Cheney built his entire career around protecting the national security of the United States. But when one diplomat wrote a column criticizing the Bush administration's deceptions in the run-up to the Iraq war, it was Cheney and his staff who revealed that the diplomat's wife was an undercover CIA agent. That petty, personal act of vengeance should have ended Cheney's career or, at the very least, ended forever the notion that he was a man who took the national security of our country seriously.
Let's never forget who Dick Cheney really is. He has no right to a powerful voice in our nation's affairs, not after all he's done. In that video he and Liz describe America as the exceptional nation. But Cheney condoned torture. He lied us into war. He ran roughshod over the rule of law and the basic rights that make us exceptional. He made America weaker and worse, and that's how we should immortalize Dick Cheney.
Obviously, Andy is gay.
Andy

Sacramento, CA

#24 Jul 4, 2014
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
Obviously, Andy is gay.
NEARLY A THIRD OF THE REPUBLICAN-DOMINATED SOUTH IS LIVING IN POVERTY
Posted on July 3, 2014
by Amy Eddings
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A new Census Bureau study shows that the Republican-voting south is feeling the effects of the recession more than the rest of the country.

The number of people living in poverty areas, or areas where at least 20 percent of the population is living below the federal poverty line, in the south increased by nine percent between 2000 and 2010, going from roughly 21 million people to over 34 million. This number is alarming, given that the northeast only saw an increase of 3.3 percent, going from around 2.7 million people to just over 3.4 million.

Out of the six states with the highest increase in poverty, five of them were in the south: North Carolina (+17.9%), Tennessee (+16%), Arkansas (+15.7%), Georgia (+14.6%), and South Carolina (+14.4%). What this means is that nearly a third of all Southerners are now living in poverty areas.

While these numbers are depressing, they should not come as a shock. The south currently leads the nation in not just poverty, but in teen birth rates, cigarette smokers, and obesity. It falls behind in wages, access to healthcare, and economic mobility, all of which cost the states, and the federal government, millions of dollars.

Out of the 10 states most dependent upon the federal government, half are in the south. Mississippi ranks number one, with over 45 percent of its yearly revenue coming from federal funds.

These numbers make it obvious that the Republican party is hurting the south. With their tax cuts for the wealthy, destroying safety nets for the poor, and reducing funds to educational programs, the GOP has managed to make life much, much worse for those who consistently vote for them.

Conservatives have hurt the south for years by convincing its residents to vote against their own interests. If they are able to expand their faulty policies into the rest of the country, the damage done will most likely be irreparable.

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