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How Republicans fool themselves and expect everyone to also believe what comes out of their little Faux Snewsbot bubble!

"Maybe the Government can force you to understand, it was REPUBLICANS IDEA and now you want to blame Democrats for it!!"

A prime example..

"when it became clear that President Obama’s budget would include the chained-CPI policy congressional Republicans are so fond of, Paul Krugman asked a poignant rhetorical question:“[W]anna bet that Republicans soon start running ads saying that Obama wants to cut your Social Security?”

some scoffed at the idea. Republicans are extreme, but they’re not that extreme. The GOP is shameless, but it’s not that shameless. They couldn’t seriously condemn the president for offering a policy Republicans demanded he offer, could they?

Of course they could.

Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.), the chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee who’ll oversee his party’s 2014 midterm efforts, told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer yesterday that the chained-CPI policy is “a shocking attack on seniors.” Walden added that Obama’s proposal is “going after seniors” and “trying to balance this budget on the backs of seniors.”

ON CNN! In Obama's pocket? R~I~G~H~T.

So, let’s recap.

1. Republicans demanded that President Obama accept Social Security cuts through chained-CPI.

2. Obama, eager to reach a compromise, grudgingly agreed and offered Republicans what they asked for.

3. Republicans then attacked Obama for proposing the policy they demanded.

This is, by any fair measure, insane. But it’s also predictable – this is the same caucus that demands Medicare cuts, but then based their 2010 and 2012 campaign strategies in part on attacks that Democrats cut Medicare.

No serious person could take such garbage seriously, but Walden apparently believes voters are easily fooled and manipulated."

Cause policy decisions, blame Democrats for them!

No Non-Teabagger could take such garbage seriously!
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Its incredible that ted Cruz is using the failed government shutdown which cost the country 24 billion for requesting donations to fight for more shut downs, but even more incredible that people would overlook the failed shut down strategy and say, "oh sure, I will donate".

I guess there are all kinds of stupid in America, and Teabaggers are as professional at collecting stupid people to do his dirty work.

Just more evidence at just how badly our education system is failing us.

His state director, John Drogin, notes that combining all of the senator's accounts (including his reelection and leadership PACs) yields a haul of $1.19 million from 12,000 individual donors. So there you go."

One story is true, the other from Faux Snews so...
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Typical Democrat slight of hand...

Pay no attention to Obama getting his ACORN folks to use the massively expensive and failing website for signing people up for Obamacare as aplace to gather donations for fixing the problem...haven't taxpayers already spent enough money for a website.

My goodness!!! Millions of dollars for a website that doesn't work and causes insurance companies to have to bring on additional help, costing them more money to fix things.

Awesome job Mr. President!! Can we have another?

Truth is that it is working perfectly because Obama's interest is in destroying our country...
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Just Facts wrote:
Typical Democrat slight of hand...
Pay no attention to Obama getting his ACORN folks to use the massively expensive and failing website for signing people up for Obamacare as aplace to gather donations for fixing the problem...haven't taxpayers already spent enough money for a website.
My goodness!!! Millions of dollars for a website that doesn't work and causes insurance companies to have to bring on additional help, costing them more money to fix things.
Awesome job Mr. President!! Can we have another?
Truth is that it is working perfectly because Obama's interest is in destroying our country...
ACORN ACORN ACORN!!!!!

"Truth is that it is working perfectly because Obama's interest is in destroying our country..."

It's time, Teabagger means you, not "them" as you liked to say, get over to the thread and admit it, for once be truthful about your beliefs!!!

"Obama's interest is in destroying our country"
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Laugh it up 'Just facts' but I just spent the last hour sticking my head in the microwave thinking it will give me super human powers. So who looks stupid now??? HaHahahahahaha!
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Oct 23, 2013
 
Comcast today...

"Email and voice mail are currently unavailable.

Some customers may experience problems accessing email and voicemail through the Xfinity Connect® Communications Center at this time. Our engineers are aware of this issue and are working to resolve the problem as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience this issue may cause"

Happens to websites, no matter how much money they have.
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That's right, stuff happens. The overwhelming response and interest in obtaining affordable healthcare is what's crashing the website.

But, yet the republicans still insist no one in the country wants the ACA.(for you numbnuts repubs, ACA stands for Affordable Care Act).
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Reality wrote:
Its incredible that ted Cruz is using the failed government shutdown which cost the country 24 billion for requesting donations to fight for more shut downs, but even more incredible that people would overlook the failed shut down strategy and say, "oh sure, I will donate".
I guess there are all kinds of stupid in America, and Teabaggers are as professional at collecting stupid people to do his dirty work.
Just more evidence at just how badly our education system is failing us.
His state director, John Drogin, notes that combining all of the senator's accounts (including his reelection and leadership PACs) yields a haul of $1.19 million from 12,000 individual donors. So there you go."
One story is true, the other from Faux Snews so...
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Jtn wrote:
<quoted text>gnat
Using the computers at the STATE university for personal use again professor? Tsk, tsk, tsk.
Just Facts

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Yup,

The website was overwhelmed with requests...yeah right. You guys are a riot!! There are websites like google and yahoo that handle traffic at rates the the healthcare site will never see...

Part of the problem is the government required everyone to answer a shit load of questions before they ask the most important question...what state do you reside in...this had a real simple fix if the Feds didn't want all kinds of information up front.

Simple concept to route the people to the state websites BEFORE asking all the damn questions.

You can write the check out to Just Facts...

Only a moron like Reality will defend such
incompetance.
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Of course our government hired a company they had already had problems with..."they designed it not to work that way".

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/10/23/re...

absolutely incredible...
Reality

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"Yep, I said, it's time to go over to Faux Snews and find out what you're concerned about today!"

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What wrote:
That's right, stuff happens. The overwhelming response and interest in obtaining affordable healthcare is what's crashing the website.
But, yet the republicans still insist no one in the country wants the ACA.(for you numbnuts repubs, ACA stands for Affordable Care Act).
Affordable is just a term thrown around by politicians to make simpletons like you feel all warm and fuzzy.
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Reality wrote:
"Yep, I said, it's time to go over to Faux Snews and find out what you're concerned about today!"
Gawd, your lips must be so sore kissing Obama's ass. You really need to send him a letter to let him know you're doing a great job. I'm sure he will send you a life-sized poster of him facing away, so you won't have to pretend where his ass ends and your face begins.
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Just Facts wrote:
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Gawd, your lips must be so sore kissing Obama's ass. You really need to send him a letter to let him know you're doing a great job. I'm sure he will send you a life-sized poster of him facing away, so you won't have to pretend where his ass ends and your face begins.
Ha ha ha

I don't remember seeing you post every day when Halliburton, who were given NO BID CONTRACTS were electrocuting soldiers in showers!

We're talking about electrocuting troops, did that bother you enough to post every day, several times a day?

Nope, not a peep out of your ass.

"The military is racing to inspect more than 90,000 U.S.-run facilities across Iraq to reduce a deadly threat troops face far off the battlefield: electrocution or shock while showering or using appliances.

About one-third of the inspections so far have turned up major electrical problems, according to interviews and an internal military document obtained by The Associated Press. Half of the problems they found have since been fixed but about 65,000 facilities still need to be inspected, which could take the rest of this year. Senior Pentagon officials were on Capitol Hill this week for briefings on the findings.

The work assigned to Task Force SAFE, which oversees the inspections and repairs, is aimed at preventing deaths like that of Staff Sgt. Ryan Maseth, 24, of Pittsburgh. He died in January 2008, one of at least three soldiers killed while showering since the invasion of Iraq in 2003.

Scores more soldiers suffered shocks between September 2006 and July 2008, according to a database maintained by KBR Inc., the Houston-based contractor that oversees maintenance at most U.S. facilities in Iraq.

"We got a ton of buildings we know probably aren't safe and we just don't have them done yet," said Jim Childs, an electrician the task force hired to help with the inspections. "It's Russian roulette. I cringe every time I hear of a shock."

Any idea how much money we gave them????????

Now though, since people are having trouble using a website, you're here whining uncontrollably as if you care if people can sign up!

You're a Faux Snewsbot Teabagger simpleton.

Let's see what they tell you to care about tomorrow!
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http://www.cbsnews.com/2100-201_162-4893929.h...

Still cleaning up in 2009, it started in 2003/2004!

gee, who was President then?!?

And before you all cry, "still blaming Bush", THIS IS EXACTLY the same scenario except, people can't get through a website!

Which is more important, troop deaths or website glitches?
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Factless just got through championing the Government shut down that costs us 24 Billion dollars in 2 weeks!

24 Billion, 2 weeks!

Now he's here all concerned for hundreds of thousands being spent over 3 years on something that will be around for generations!

This makes sense to Faux Snewsbot Teabagger simpleton Factless.
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Was your daddy a diddler? Did he ever touch you inappropriately?
Renee

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Hey Sonny wrote:
Was your daddy a diddler? Did he ever touch you inappropriately?
i can relate,I have Jtn on top of me,disown gurl, put it in my mouth,get off the babysitter
Just Facts

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Ha ha ha
I don't remember seeing you post every day when Halliburton, who were given NO BID CONTRACTS were electrocuting soldiers in showers!
We're talking about electrocuting troops, did that bother you enough to post every day, several times a day?
Nope, not a peep out of your ass.
"The military is racing to inspect more than 90,000 U.S.-run facilities across Iraq to reduce a deadly threat troops face far off the battlefield: electrocution or shock while showering or using appliances.
About one-third of the inspections so far have turned up major electrical problems, according to interviews and an internal military document obtained by The Associated Press. Half of the problems they found have since been fixed but about 65,000 facilities still need to be inspected, which could take the rest of this year. Senior Pentagon officials were on Capitol Hill this week for briefings on the findings.
The work assigned to Task Force SAFE, which oversees the inspections and repairs, is aimed at preventing deaths like that of Staff Sgt. Ryan Maseth, 24, of Pittsburgh. He died in January 2008, one of at least three soldiers killed while showering since the invasion of Iraq in 2003.
Scores more soldiers suffered shocks between September 2006 and July 2008, according to a database maintained by KBR Inc., the Houston-based contractor that oversees maintenance at most U.S. facilities in Iraq.
"We got a ton of buildings we know probably aren't safe and we just don't have them done yet," said Jim Childs, an electrician the task force hired to help with the inspections. "It's Russian roulette. I cringe every time I hear of a shock."
Any idea how much money we gave them????????
Now though, since people are having trouble using a website, you're here whining uncontrollably as if you care if people can sign up!
You're a Faux Snewsbot Teabagger simpleton.
Let's see what they tell you to care about tomorrow!
Really? Really? Really? You're going to go there and use that as an excuse to allow Obama and The Democrats to destroy our country from the inside out? How pathetic!!

Your Momma raised a great ass-kisser...better get writing that letter to Obama...he may be running out of those life-size posters for you Obamacrats. The constant defending of the indefensible that you do is beyond disgusting...

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