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“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#29764 Nov 5, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>MILLIONS. Forbes is reporting the number is actually 93 MILLION, but whatever the actual number it is many many millions. Obama is a liar, you are a liar. Here are links from multiple sources, most of them liberal. ONCE AGAIN you have been PROVEN a LIAR!. You are an absolutely disgusting human being with no moral character at all. NONE!
http://investigations.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/ ...
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505263_162-576097 ...
http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/millions -...
http://www.forbes.com/sites/theapothecary/201 ...
None of your links work. But like I said - the ones that aren't tea bag blogs - will say "up to" blah blah millions or "could cause" blah blah number. 93 million is hilarious though. You do realize that there are less than 400 million people here, right? And that 40 million don't have policies and about 150 million are on medicare, medicaid or are under 18? So I guess that means that Forbes is reporting that HALF of all US policyholders HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED TO HAVE LOST THEIR POLICY BECAUSE OF THE ACA - because remember - you have the final numbers even though no one else does. You're funny George.

Long live Israel!!! LALALALALALALALALA!!!!
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“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#29766 Nov 5, 2013
Wow. The democrats sure did take the tea baggers behind the woodshed in all the elections yesterday. Total massacre.
George

United States

#29767 Nov 5, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
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None of your links work. But like I said - the ones that aren't tea bag blogs - will say "up to" blah blah millions or "could cause" blah blah number. 93 million is hilarious though. You do realize that there are less than 400 million people here, right? And that 40 million don't have policies and about 150 million are on medicare, medicaid or are under 18? So I guess that means that Forbes is reporting that HALF of all US policyholders HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED TO HAVE LOST THEIR POLICY BECAUSE OF THE ACA - because remember - you have the final numbers even though no one else does. You're funny George.
Long live Israel!!! LALALALALALALALALA!!!!
According to the ACA and doing the math the ACA points out, it will be around 93 million. You are a PROVEN liar AGAIN. Obama is a PROVEN liar AGAIN.

“The Departments’ mid-range estimate is that 66 percent of small employer plans and 45 percent of large employer plans will relinquish their grandfather status by the end of 2013,” wrote the administration on page 34,552 of the Register. All in all, more than half of employer-sponsored plans will lose their “grandfather status” and become illegal. According to the Congressional Budget Office, 156 million Americans—more than half the population—was covered by employer-sponsored insurance in 2013.

Another 25 million people, according to the CBO, have “nongroup and other” forms of insurance; that is to say, they participate in the market for individually-purchased insurance. In this market, the administration projected that “40 to 67 percent” of individually-purchased plans would lose their Obamacare-sanctioned “grandfather status” and become illegal, solely due to the fact that there is a high turnover of participants and insurance arrangements in this market.(Plans purchased after March 23, 2010 do not benefit from the “grandfather” clause.) The real turnover rate would be higher, because plans can lose their grandfather status for a number of other reasons.

How many people are exposed to these problems? 60 percent of Americans have private-sector health insurance—precisely the number that Jay Carney dismissed. As to the number of people facing cancellations, 51 percent of the employer-based market plus 53.5 percent of the non-group market (the middle of the administration’s range) amounts to 93 million Americans.
George

United States

#29768 Nov 5, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
Wow. The democrats sure did take the tea baggers behind the woodshed in all the elections yesterday. Total massacre.
That is the first honest and truthful thing you have said all day. Yes they did. I was glad to see the Virginia outcome. MILLIONS upon MILLIONS
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“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#29770 Nov 5, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>That is the first honest and truthful thing you have said all day. Yes they did. I was glad to see the Virginia outcome. MILLIONS upon MILLIONS
One clear message was sent above all others. With no serious democrat candidate running, Chris Christie won. But the voters fuct him royally. Having already voted to legalize GAY MARRIAGE and force Christie to implement it, New Jersey voted 69-31 percent to force Christie to RAISE THE MINIMUM WAGE. He had vetoed both laws already.

Welcome to Progressive America, dumb tea baggers. Time to get in your bunkers.

Which reminds me - where is Cooter "tea party is the fewture" Bob? He's been AWOL since the shutdown on Planet Teabag.
George

United States

#29771 Nov 5, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
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One clear message was sent above all others. With no serious democrat candidate running, Chris Christie won. But the voters fuct him royally. Having already voted to legalize GAY MARRIAGE and force Christie to implement it, New Jersey voted 69-31 percent to force Christie to RAISE THE MINIMUM WAGE. He had vetoed both laws already.
Welcome to Progressive America, dumb tea baggers. Time to get in your bunkers.
Which reminds me - where is Cooter "tea party is the fewture" Bob? He's been AWOL since the shutdown on Planet Teabag.
Probably in a mental institution, at least that is where he should be.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#29772 Nov 5, 2013
We had discussed the younger generation earlier. This video is AMAZING.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/04/kids...

WARNING: It's a little gay at first.

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#29773 Nov 6, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
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So, why didn't Bush try this tactic before he was sent to exile as a pardoned war criminal?
http://jonathanturley.org/2011/10/13/will-can...
beautifulmind

Athens, Greece

#29774 Nov 6, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
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Let's just put it out there - the baby boom generation is the problem, has always been the problem and will always be the problem until they're gone.
They built the levees in New Orleans.
They build nuclear power plants on the ring of fire.
They used more fossil fuels than ALL OF HUMANITY before them.
They polluted this planet more than ALL OF HUMANITY.
They are the ones bankrupting this country for their healthcare which they cannot afford.
They are the ones that won't retire and run our companies in the ground.
They are the ones that have no retirement and expect my generation to pick up the tab.
They designed the mines that remove mountaintops and flood the land.
You clearly don't understand younger generations (neither do I) but your parents didn't understand you either. They aren't "tolerant" - they don't just "tolerate" people. They genuinely care about them. We see them as poor communicators because they're always stuck on a phone or other device. But boy, can they communicate among each other - wow. They can iron out a homework assignment between three people over a text connection in moments. We simply weren't capable of that. And - here's the kicker - they are WAAAAAAAY smarter than us. By like a billion times. A 15-year old with a smartphone has virtually every drop of human knowledge ever recorded at their fingertips. And they know how to get to it.
Expect big things from this younger generation. Because they will not disappoint.
hmm, it would be nice to have a group of people younger than myself interested in politics and foreign relations/ saving the planet and humanity from destruction...

i'm a twenty-something, the last of the kids who grew up without i-phones/social media haha so, you're right, i have no idea what it would be like to grow up with that from the start. i remember the dial up days lol. it's strange to see kids not interacting face to face but all of them are on their phones, hopefully doing something..productive...and of course i don't like to think a high schooler is smarter than me but i hope you're right about them anyway.

20-somethings just need something to get excited about, our parent's generation did f*ck up, royally, we are inheriting a mess. and ya know, baby boomers will never admit there's so much wrong with the world, because then they would have to admit it happened on their watch. I probably wouldn't want to either.
beautifulmind

Athens, Greece

#29775 Nov 6, 2013
george, you're still racist and now we can all see that you're insane as well. thanks for representing the worst of humanity. you're teaching me something.
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29776 Nov 6, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
Wow. The democrats sure did take the tea baggers behind the woodshed in all the elections yesterday. Total massacre.
ROFL McAuliffe barely won Virginia. Did you see the neck in neck race with that Tea Bagger you might want to really study your numbers
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29777 Nov 6, 2013
Close race in Virginia a few more months of Obamacare and 2014 might not be so easy

http://news.yahoo.com/virginia-governors-race...
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29778 Nov 6, 2013
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29779 Nov 6, 2013
beautifulmind

Athens, Greece

#29780 Nov 6, 2013
Leighla wrote:
<quoted text>
ROFL McAuliffe barely won Virginia. Did you see the neck in neck race with that Tea Bagger you might want to really study your numbers
i heard both candidates suck. it was like picking between dog poo and cat turd. which doesn't surprise me.

but idk, maybe they're both stand up guys. do you have info on them? unbiased of course.
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29781 Nov 6, 2013
beautifulmind wrote:
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i heard both candidates suck. it was like picking between dog poo and cat turd. which doesn't surprise me.
but idk, maybe they're both stand up guys. do you have info on them? unbiased of course.
Yep most people stated it was the case of picking the lesser of the evil. I did not think it would have been as close as it was. Slim pickings in the VA governor race
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29782 Nov 6, 2013
beautifulmind wrote:
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i heard both candidates suck. it was like picking between dog poo and cat turd. which doesn't surprise me.
but idk, maybe they're both stand up guys. do you have info on them? unbiased of course.
Both guys are shady as heck. If you get a chance look up who funded the independent.
beautifulmind

Athens, Greece

#29783 Nov 6, 2013
http://rt.com/news/anonymous-protest-live-upd...

protest time! loads of people getting arrested!

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#29784 Nov 6, 2013
Try lower than whale shit for one and the other is like a maggot in a barrel of spoiled milk.
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29785 Nov 6, 2013
Paul Masley wrote:
Try lower than whale shit for one and the other is like a maggot in a barrel of spoiled milk.
Sounds about right

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