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Oneal

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vox veritatis wrote:
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Here you go, chump. Do you need me to call your mommy to wipe your ass for you, too?
http://www.nationalreview.com/article/358550/...
http://www.bizpacreview.com/2013/10/16/obama-...
That melon-cracking sound you heard was another progressive running forehead first into reality, delivered by vox.

Here's some more reality for them to bump their noggins into:

The exact cost to build Healthcare.gov , according to U.S. government records, appears to have been $634,320,919, which we paid to a company you probably never heard of: CGI Federal. The cost was expected to run “up to”$93.7 million – still a chunk of change, but nothing near where it ended up.

AND IT DOESN'T WORK!

http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/10/22/21...

"...only one in five people were able to log on without running into a technical roadblock..."

This from a website that has cost three times as much as anticipated at a time when the administration was defending Obamacare from renewed attacks by the GOP in the midst of a government shutdown and a default crisis.

And let's hear from the "MOST TRANSPARENT ADMINISTRATION IN HISTORY" on the numbers of those who have successfully signed up for this "train wreck":

Barry, what says you??:

"The White House has released only a few numbers: There have been 20 million visits to the website and half a million applications submitted. How many people that represents or how many have successfully enrolled in a plan is unknown, and officials are not expected to release that data until mid-November."

LOL ... oh, the mid-term elections :)

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Bob wrote:
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"that would mean I was WORK."
"unless you're the VP, then it's only 3 letters."
I see that English and Math weren't priorities in your home school......
I was using your language skills Mr. Master's Degree..... q
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Oneal wrote:
Here's some more reality for them to bump their noggins into:
The exact cost to build Healthcare.gov , according to U.S. government records, appears to have been $634,320,919, which we paid to a company you probably never heard of: CGI Federal.
Even better...this is a Canadian company. Guess this administration couldn't find an American one to do the job and in the process actually give a few people some jobs. And they claim to care about the jobless? This administration has nothing but contempt for the people of this country. Their actions from day to day show it.
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Oneal wrote:
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That melon-cracking sound you heard was another progressive running forehead first into reality, delivered by vox.
Guess this makes you as big an a@@hole as Vox and Wiggles, your mentors. Do you want to dispute Politifact and numerous other sources?

Ted Cruz says "President Obama just granted all of Congress an exception" to Obamacare.

Ted Cruz on Saturday, August 10th, 2013 in a speech to the Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa

Politifact, as well as numerous other sources (so many I can't include them all here) rated Cruz' claims, as well as many others claiming Congress or Obama made themselves exempt, TOTALLY FALSE.

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/state...
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Oneal wrote:
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That melon-cracking sound you heard was another progressive running forehead first into reality, delivered by vox.
Here's some more reality for them to bump their noggins into:
The exact cost to build Healthcare.gov , according to U.S. government records, appears to have been $634,320,919, which we paid to a company you probably never heard of: CGI Federal. The cost was expected to run “up to”$93.7 million – still a chunk of change, but nothing near where it ended up.
AND IT DOESN'T WORK!
LOL "The exact cost to build Healthcare.gov , according to U.S. Government records, appears to have been $634, 320, 919 ..."

OK O-no-balls, Lets see some Credible/Reliable sources to back up your claim.
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pipedream wrote:
LOL "The exact cost to build Healthcare.gov , according to U.S. Government records, appears to have been $634, 320, 919 ..."
OK O-no-balls, Lets see some Credible/Reliable sources to back up your claim.
And the douche gurgles again. What's the matter, pippybob? Not capable of a simple Google search to verify it for yourself? Libritards...they party that needs to be hand-fed their information because they're incapable of finding it on their own.
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pipedream wrote:
Lets see some Credible/Reliable sources to back up your claim.
You have yet to define what you consider a reliable source which makes your request both moot and invalid.
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Hey Mouth. You're a useless drone. Why don't you just STFU? Your mouth opens and shuts more than a duck's azz with diarrhea.

Read the numerous sources I used to DEBUNK completely your weak B.S. articles on ACA and how it relates to Congress/govt employeees. If you can't read have Wiggles help you.
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vox veritatis wrote:
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And the douche gurgles again. What's the matter, pippybob? Not capable of a simple Google search to verify it for yourself? Libritards...they party that needs to be hand-fed their information because they're incapable of finding it on their own.
lets see it Mouth. How much did you say the DHS website costs?

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pipedream wrote:
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LOL "The exact cost to build Healthcare.gov , according to U.S. Government records, appears to have been $634, 320, 919 ..."
OK O-no-balls, Lets see some Credible/Reliable sources to back up your claim.
Geez,...all this whining, distorting of blame and handwringing....and we've only spent less than 4% of what the taxpayers paid for the teaparty, House republican's government shutdown?....We can afford alot more, eh?
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#346
Oct 26, 2013
 
It was probably out for bid and the Canadian Company if licensed to do business with government contracts and has done all the paper work to become a qualified bidder, they have the right to bid on the project. 9 out of 10 times the bid goes to the lowest bidder. It probably can be looked up for the other bids on government contracts to see if there was a substantial bid spread or not. Usually in a bid contract, though, the owner of the contract has a clause in there that says it has the right to reject any and all bids.
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Even better...this is a Canadian company. Guess this administration couldn't find an American one to do the job and in the process actually give a few people some jobs. And they claim to care about the jobless? This administration has nothing but contempt for the people of this country. Their actions from day to day show it.
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Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Geez,...all this whining, distorting of blame and handwringing....and we've only spent less than 4% of what the taxpayers paid for the teaparty, House republican's government shutdown?....We can afford alot more, eh?
Good point. In addition to the $24 billion or so in lost U.S.economic output caused by the recent GOP shutdown, the GOTP ObamaScare repeal votes -- 42 of them at last count -- are estimated to cost in the 10s of millions.

How soon they forget about that.
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Sassy wrote:
they have the right to bid on the project. 9 out of 10 times the bid goes to the lowest bidder.
Yup...and we see how well that works out, don't we? Just think, that same system decides what health care you're going to get.
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pipedream wrote:
lets see it Mouth. How much did you say the DHS website costs?
I'll take this as an admission that you're incapable of looking it up yourself. Has mommy changed your diaper yet, little man?
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Bob wrote:
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"that would mean I was WORK."
"unless you're the VP, then it's only 3 letters."
I see that English and Math weren't priorities in your home school......
LOL can't wait to see Mice man's retort.
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pipedream wrote:
Your mouth opens and shuts more than a duck's azz with diarrhea.
Only someone who belongs to the party of degenerates would actually know what that looks like.

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Over 600,000,000 million dollars on 0s and 1s wonder how many people could have used twenty thousand dollars for some minor health issue. If there is one thing we all know when government sets a cost on something you can bet it will double or triple in cost by the time its done...
Oneal

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Shoeless Eluder wrote:
Over 600,000,000 million dollars on 0s and 1s wonder how many people could have used twenty thousand dollars for some minor health issue. If there is one thing we all know when government sets a cost on something you can bet it will double or triple in cost by the time its done...
$600,000,000 + on a broken site that only a taxpayer-funded government initiative could remain in business after introducing. And for a health system so preposterous on a national level that no one in their right mind would base their company on anything remotely similar. A system completely reliant on the least-interested customer contributing on an equal or greater level than those that need the product the most. Only the government could pitch such a farce with a straight face! And predictably, it's failing on a massive scale.

I hope this doesn't surprise anyone.

It certainly doesn't surprise the "most transparent administration in history", despite all the faux hand-wringing and Kathleen Sebilius-style claims of being "more frustrated than anyone". The progressives have wanted a Single-Payer System from the very beginning. What better way to achieve that in America than destroy the current system, get us so deep into some flawed mess like Obamsham, and have enough government-dependent submissive, low-info voters that will beg the government to "just do something ... anything!!"?

Ta-Da!! Instant voter-supported Single-Payer System. The progressives get their much-desired control over our bodies, and the rest can just eat cake. It just took a little time, liberal lying, smoke and mirrors - or what Obama referred to as "Hope and Change".

The mid-term elections approacheth. Progressives will kick the can of Obamasham down the road for as long as they can, hoping the reality of their intentionally flawed health system can be hidden just long enough to squeak through without losing too much ground. Then it's on to playing the race card game and ginning up their ignorant voter base to vote for the next socialist radical figurehead they decide to roll out.

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pipedream wrote:
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Good point. In addition to the $24 billion or so in lost U.S.economic output caused by the recent GOP shutdown, the GOTP ObamaScare repeal votes -- 42 of them at last count -- are estimated to cost in the 10s of millions.
How soon they forget about that.
I've come to think that the teaparty, House republicans just wanted to destroy or government and economy, from within.....but, it may also be that they seek to destroy the republican party, also from within.....
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Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> I've come to think that the teaparty, House republicans just wanted to destroy or government and economy, from within.....but, it may also be that they seek to destroy the republican party, also from within.....
Yes, because fiscal responsibility and smaller government is just so destructive.

Ironically, the Tea party, and with more logical examples than your non-sensical MSNBC opinion, have long stated they believe the liberal progressive party is actively destroying America's economy by stepping on our ability to produce our own energy (Keystone, Coal Insustry, Fracking ring a bell?), replacing full-time with part-time jobs (see Obamacare), and through entitlements and social agendas spending us into a debt hole no country, even America, could possibly dig themselves out of.

See the difference there, Blue? Those are actual examples of progressive actions that have and continue to hurt America. I know, I know, they don't hold a candle to "The Tea Party is bad because they're racists", right?

Go figure that our current anti-American-In-Chief's introduction into American politics came via Bill Ayer's, unrepentant terrorist and founder of 'The Weather Underground', living room. Go figure that his closest advisors are the likes of David Axelrod, Rham Emanuel, and Valerie Jarrett - not exactly fans of the American way. Go figure Obama was raised by an anti-colonialist father, an ant-American radical mentor and actively sought out marxist professors in college.

But, you're right ... the Tea Party doesn't want government-run health care leading to Single Payer so they're obviously anti-American.

Indeed, the Tea Party is looking to gut the GOP and get rid of the corrupt career politicians that have brought us such stellar slamdunk presidential candidates as John "Progressive in Sheeps Clothing", and Mitt "RomneyCare" Romney. It's odd I know, but in some outlandish attempt to actually run a candidate that represents what conservatives stand for, the Tea Party is actually doing something more than squatting in public parks and crapping on police vehicles.

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