created by: Grandma | Aug 21, 2010

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What is the biggest problem facing the country today?

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21 - 40 of 81 Comments Last updated Dec 9, 2012

Since: Oct 12

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#21 Nov 21, 2012
JIM B wrote:
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The loss of freedome under the dictator Obama.
Please, tell us of all the freedoms, you've lost?
Really

Holland, MI

#22 Nov 21, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
THINGS BILL O'REILLY WON'T TELL YOU...ROMNEY WON THE TEN POOREST STATES, IN THE COUNTRY....Mississippi, West Virginia, Arkansas, Kentucky, Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana, New Mexico, South Carolina and Oklahoma.....Likely also the largest group viewership for Fox.....
You are correct, Blue. O'Reilly didn't tell anyone that Romney won the "poor states" as you put it so succintly in bigot talk. But, he also did NOT tell anyone that Obama won the richest states either. There's a good reason for that lack of information from Mr. O'Reilly. He doesn't buy the class warfare argument that you are STILL spewing every chance you get. Obama won, why aren't you dancing and being happy??? Who cares which states Romney won? He's not the POTUS and he has no power. THAT fact alone should make your little heart beat much faster and send a tingle up your leg.
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#23 Nov 21, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Please, tell us of all the freedoms, you've lost?
How about starting with the free exercise of religion? When religious groups and churches are forced by the government to violate their beliefs, I'd call that a loss of freedom. Of course, you religion hating bigots are calling that 'progress'.
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#24 Nov 21, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
THINGS BILL O'REILLY WON'T TELL YOU...ROMNEY WON THE TEN POOREST STATES, IN THE COUNTRY....Mississippi, West Virginia, Arkansas, Kentucky, Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana, New Mexico, South Carolina and Oklahoma.....Likely also the largest group viewership for Fox.....
So what are you saying there, Blue...that poor people are stupid? Maybe Bill O'Reilly didn't bring that up because, unlike you bigoted tools on the left, he doesn't play that class warfare game. Funny how progressives claim to be the champions of the poor and downtrodden while mocking them and acting superior to them at every turn.

Since: Oct 12

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#25 Nov 21, 2012
vox veritatis wrote:
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How about starting with the free exercise of religion? When religious groups and churches are forced by the government to violate their beliefs, I'd call that a loss of freedom. Of course, you religion hating bigots are calling that 'progress'.
Quite a stretch, even for you.....explain, violate their beliefs?
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#26 Nov 21, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Quite a stretch, even for you.....explain, violate their beliefs?
Quite obtuse, even for you, Blue. What part of 'forced to pay for birth control and/or abortifactants via insurance coverage' by Obmamcare do you not get? This forces churches and religious groups to chose between obeying the government or adhering to their religious beliefs. If they chose to hold to their religious beliefs, they will be fined by the government. Funny how the goverment is willing to exempt other groups from this mandate due to 'cost' or 'inconvenience' but refuses to exept those that object because it violates their religious beliefs. I'd call that a loss of freedom, even if you refuse to. But we know, Blue...all is sunshine, roses and pretty rainbow unicorns in your neck of the woods so it must be so for everyone else, too.

Since: Oct 12

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#27 Nov 21, 2012
Would'nt, making birth control available and forced to pay, be two entirely different things? I don't see any prolem, with making it aailable....
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#28 Nov 21, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Would'nt, making birth control available and forced to pay, be two entirely different things? I don't see any prolem, with making it aailable....
Of course you don't Blue. That's just how the progressives roll. You ask how freedoms are being removed and then when presented with an example, say that it isn't so.
BTW...Birth control is already 'available' everywhere in the US. In fact, there is talk of making it availble over the counter without a prescription as the ACOG has recently recommended. Why, then, would these organizations have to 'make it available' since it already is? Planned parenthood provides it practically free as do most health departments. Nope...it's not enough for women to be able to get their lifestyle drugs at low cost. Our religion hating government and their religion hating supporters have to make employers violate their religious beliefs and take away their religious freedoms.
Sassy

Grand Rapids, MI

#29 Nov 21, 2012
Of course you wouldn't understand. While certain people don't believe in birth control being paid for by health insurance for women, they believe in such things as Viagra being on the list to be covered. Double standard? Of course it is. While certain people believe that life begins at conception no matter whom it affects and believe that that baby should be born no matter what due to health of the mother, baby, circumstances such as rape. Once that baby is born, certain people believe that is now your personal problem. Get the drift now? Double standards.

No birth control for women. Yet Viagra for men. Women, have that baby no matter what the circumstances are, but I won't pay to help raise it.

Do you get it yet? Men can have s.. but women can't. Get is now?
vox veritatis wrote:
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Of course you don't Blue. That's just how the progressives roll. You ask how freedoms are being removed and then when presented with an example, say that it isn't so.
BTW...Birth control is already 'available' everywhere in the US. In fact, there is talk of making it availble over the counter without a prescription as the ACOG has recently recommended. Why, then, would these organizations have to 'make it available' since it already is? Planned parenthood provides it practically free as do most health departments. Nope...it's not enough for women to be able to get their lifestyle drugs at low cost. Our religion hating government and their religion hating supporters have to make employers violate their religious beliefs and take away their religious freedoms.
taxpayer

Utica, MI

#30 Nov 21, 2012
Sassy wrote:
Of course you wouldn't understand. While certain people don't believe in birth control being paid for by health insurance for women, they believe in such things as Viagra being on the list to be covered. Double standard? Of course it is. While certain people believe that life begins at conception no matter whom it affects and believe that that baby should be born no matter what due to health of the mother, baby, circumstances such as rape. Once that baby is born, certain people believe that is now your personal problem. Get the drift now? Double standards.
No birth control for women. Yet Viagra for men. Women, have that baby no matter what the circumstances are, but I won't pay to help raise it.
Do you get it yet? Men can have s.. but women can't. Get is now?
<quoted text>
Shove it up your a-- you w----
taxpayer

Utica, MI

#31 Nov 21, 2012
Sassy wrote:
Of course you wouldn't understand. While certain people don't believe in birth control being paid for by health insurance for women, they believe in such things as Viagra being on the list to be covered. Double standard? Of course it is. While certain people believe that life begins at conception no matter whom it affects and believe that that baby should be born no matter what due to health of the mother, baby, circumstances such as rape. Once that baby is born, certain people believe that is now your personal problem. Get the drift now? Double standards.
No birth control for women. Yet Viagra for men. Women, have that baby no matter what the circumstances are, but I won't pay to help raise it.
Do you get it yet? Men can have s.. but women can't. Get is now?
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Clearly you hate men. Why don't you just become a lesbian since you hate men so much? We don't need your bigotry and hatred. No one would want to have reproduce with you anyway, you're gross. Bitterness is totally unattractive.
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#32 Nov 22, 2012
Sassy wrote:
Of course you wouldn't understand. While certain people don't believe in birth control being paid for by health insurance for women, they believe in such things as Viagra being on the list to be covered.
I'm not one of them. If you can't get it up, pay for your own effin' boner drugs. The inability to bone someone isn't fatal or even a disease. That's why they're referred to as 'lifestyle drugs'. BTW...NOBODY is telling women they can't have sex...they're just telling them to pay for their own birth control if they don't want to get pregnant (or get it for free from the health department if your iPhone bill has you strapped)...or better yet, make sure their partner wears a condom. Ignorant biotch...you act like BC pills are the only method of contraception out there and even with it being widely available, we STILL have a 50% unintended pregnancy rate in this country.
You also don't get that while most of these organizations, with the exception of the Catholic ones, don't object to birth control, they DO object to abortifactants...I know it's a big word, honey...Google it.
Loss of religious freedoms, courtesy of the droolers on the left, and inequity of policy implementation since they exempt their buddies but make everyone else comply...yeah, that's the American way.

Since: Oct 12

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#33 Nov 22, 2012
taxpayer wrote:
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Clearly you hate men. Why don't you just become a lesbian since you hate men so much? We don't need your bigotry and hatred. No one would want to have reproduce with you anyway, you're gross. Bitterness is totally unattractive.
So any mention or conversation on sexual double standards, automatically eludes to hating men?

Since: Oct 12

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#34 Nov 22, 2012
vox veritatis wrote:
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Of course you don't Blue. That's just how the progressives roll. You ask how freedoms are being removed and then when presented with an example, say that it isn't so.
BTW...Birth control is already 'available' everywhere in the US. In fact, there is talk of making it availble over the counter without a prescription as the ACOG has recently recommended. Why, then, would these organizations have to 'make it available' since it already is? Planned parenthood provides it practically free as do most health departments. Nope...it's not enough for women to be able to get their lifestyle drugs at low cost. Our religion hating government and their religion hating supporters have to make employers violate their religious beliefs and take away their religious freedoms.
So then, restricting the women, from certain religions, from the availability of contraception, is somehow restricting your religious freedom? Plus, this issue is about, their INSURANCE making it available, not the church....
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#35 Nov 22, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
So then, restricting the women, from certain religions, from the availability of contraception,....
Swing and a miss. Nobody is restricting these women from the availability of contraceptives. Contraceptives are widely available to anyone who wants them. They are simply saying that the employers should not be forced to provide (PAY FOR) contraceptive coverage and abortifactant coverage as part of their insurance when it violates their religious beliefs to do so. The premiums these employers pay into the plan, pay for the drugs; therefore, the employers are being forced to pay for these drugs. Get it, oh obtuse one? These women are all perfectly free to avail themselves of any form of contraception they want..they just need to pay for it themselves...or get it free/low cost from the health department or planned parenthood...or go work for someone who doesn't object to providing the coverage. Ain't freedom grand?
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#36 Nov 22, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
So any mention or conversation on sexual double standards, automatically eludes to hating men?
No, just when you're Sassy and oh, so concerned about women being able to have sex. Seems it interferes with her chosen profession.
Go Blue Loser

Fort Myers, FL

#37 Nov 22, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>So then, restricting the women, from certain religions, from the availability of contraception, is somehow restricting your religious freedom? Plus, this issue is about, their INSURANCE making it available, not the church....
You quite arrogant since your kenyon princess was re-elected
the taxpayers

Utica, MI

#38 Nov 22, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>So then, restricting the women, from certain religions, from the availability of contraception, is somehow restricting your religious freedom? Plus, this issue is about, their INSURANCE making it available, not the church....
hey pay for that s--- yourself you a------. Otherwise why don't you pay for my mortgage and buy me an Escalade.

Why should I be forced to pay for other people's "personal, private choices?" If you force me to pay for your choices, you are inviting me and every other taxpayer to dictate your personal business.
Sayldog

Grand Rapids, MI

#40 Nov 26, 2012
#1 problem - Red and blue sheeple with their heads up their butts.

#2 problem - the upcoming TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP that will give international corporations prominence over sovereign nation and state laws.

The "representatives" you red and blue buffoons keep electing are both selling you out to a corporate fascist New World Order. Probably have no clue what I'm refering to here do you?

“lover”

Since: Feb 09

Dorr MI

#41 Nov 26, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>Like you messiah, Mitt Romney... www.bainport.com
Didn't vote for either, you idiots deserve the country you have.

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