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Barry Obama Is a Failure

Greeneville, TN

#123330 Jan 30, 2014
SexySassySenior wrote:
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That might be because there is no such thing as an "honest" TEAbagger! We know because we've read your Posts, remember? AND, we've listened to your Elected Officials in Congress. Maybe, it's time you listened to ours...and got your information from a Reputable News Source, if you don't already know that YOURS is just a bunch of Propaganda Nonsense.
You're willing allowing yourself to be brainwashed by letting somebody else tell you what to think, instead of thinking for yourself, AFTER you learn and consider all sides.
What's honest about this?

Is he a TEAbagger?
BCAlien

Henderson, TN

#123331 Jan 30, 2014
Tired wrote:
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Dang, that is stupid. You, Bayless, and TN Voter have got to be the most uninformed people on the planet (I hope). The fact that you willingly display your ignorance is amazing....
Yea these poor white racist trash don't realize you have to be Ayrian to claim any superior intelligence.
Timbuk2

Livingston, TN

#123332 Jan 30, 2014
The Original Amused wrote:
http://planet.infowars.com/act ivism/ted-nugent-was-no-angel- the-high-times-interview-admit s-he-dodged-the-draft-did-meth
Nugent–a Draft Dodger–divorced his wife, used his rock star money to gain sole custody of the kids, lived with a teen groupie who raised the kids (he was too busy touring), cheated on his second wife, Shemane, and had a kid outside of wedlock with Karen Gutowski of New Hampshire, with whom he fought against paying child support for years.
That’s in addition to the two other kids Ted Nugent had out of wedlock with two other different women by the time he turned 21. That’s right. Ted Nugent fathered SEVEN kids with FIVE different women, to which only two of whom he was married.****
So I guess the point of this is that Ted Nugent's previous lifestyle makes whatever he's doing now hypocritical.

Does that mean that substance abusers who change their lives are also hypocritical? does this mean that people who give up smoking tobacco and now can't stand being around tobacco smoke are hypocritical?

Using that logic, how did Teddy Kennedy become the lion of the Senate? In today's world, he would go to jail for what he did to Mary Jo Koepechne. And despite being a womanizer who disrespected women, you people made him out to be a champion of "women's rights".

Remember the William Kennedy Smith trial?

" In 1991, Smith was tried and acquitted on a charge of rape."

Very liberal of him.

"The incident began on the evening of Good Friday, March 29, 1991, when Smith, then 30 years old, was in a bar (named Au Bar) in Palm Beach, Florida, with his uncle, Senator Ted Kennedy, and his cousin Patrick J. Kennedy. "

Oh, BOY! Uncle Teddy's buying.

"Smith met a 29-year-old woman and another young woman at the bar. The five then went to a nearby house owned by the Kennedy family. Smith and the 29-year-old woman walked along the beach. The woman alleged that Smith raped her; Smith testified that they had consensual sex. Although three women were willing to testify that Smith had sexually assaulted them in incidents in the 1980s that were not reported to the police, their testimony was excluded.

The rich, especially LIBERAL rich get special privileges.

"Smith was acquitted of all charges."

WOW! What a surprise.

And Teddy went on to champion "women's rights".

But Ted Nugent's youthful indiscretions make him a right wing wacko.
Barry Obama Is a Failure

Greeneville, TN

#123333 Jan 30, 2014
Olivia wrote:
Minimum wage going up to $10.10/hour..for federal contractors and localities are following suit...Yeah! Thank you Pesident Obama. Balkers are going to be outed for the Buzzards they are. He He He.
Only new federal contract workers get the raise thus discriminating against current workers.

Barry made the current workers mad.

Such is life. LOL!

"Illustrating his willingness to act on his own, the White House says Obama will announce that he will sign an executive order increasing the minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 for new federal contracts."

" The measure affects only future contracts, not existing ones, and would only apply to contract renewals if other terms of the agreement changed. As a result, the order would benefit far fewer workers than the number foreseen by advocates of federal contract employees."

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#123334 Jan 30, 2014
"Yahoo Mail Accounts Breached With Stolen Passwords."

Click here:
http://news.yahoo.com/yahoo-mail-accounts-bre...
Pete

Bristol, TN

#123335 Jan 30, 2014
Olivia wrote:
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I have republican friends asking for the 800 number...800-318-2596... Takes about 20 minutes. No health history questions. Just know what your income was last month. Over 3 million have signed up, I am one...saved me almost $400.00 per month without gov. Subsidies because I could not be denied due to preexisting conditions, and I could drop a second Ins. It is a good thing and the majority of the country are in favor..Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
You and SSS must be exchanging fabricated stories. Given equal deductibles and total out of pocket costs, there is not one ACA plan that is less than a non-ACA plan from any insurance provider, not one. Even if this were true this year, if there aren't enough young people enrolling in the exchanges, next year premiums will spike. Currently, young people acceptance of the ACA plans is very low. Some insurance providers who initially opted to be part of the exchanges are now opting out due to this fact. This is not to say this won't change, but right now, there aren't any comparable ACA plans that are cheaper than their predecessors.

Like I told SSS, if you are going to fabricate a story, fabricate one that can't be verified.
foreal

Madison, TN

#123336 Jan 30, 2014
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>What the heck are you blabbering about??? Word Salad!...SMH...and rolling my eyes...
You are a closet conservative. I'll bet you vote republican everytime. Sassy is a big time teabagger. Everything you post had sweet tea written all over it.
Pete

Bristol, TN

#123337 Jan 30, 2014
Olivia wrote:
Minimum wage going up to $10.10/hour..for federal contractors and localities are following suit...Yeah! Thank you Pesident Obama. Balkers are going to be outed for the Buzzards they are. He He He.
Guess what Olivia, I have changed my tune on minimum wage. Minimum wage should be $10/hour, except for teenagers. With that exception, I am all for increasing the minimum wage. I am not the only conservative who feels this way.
Barry Obama Is a Failure

Greeneville, TN

#123338 Jan 30, 2014
SexySassySenior wrote:
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I judge YOU by your own words!
And don't expect me to have any sympathy for ANY Big Investment Bank Employee because they would not do what they are required to do, if they cared one iota about anything , or anybody, other than the almighty dollar!
I've quit jobs for being required to do a whole lot less than they do on a daily basis, with not even so much as a Guilty Feeling. so, don't you dare attempt to lecture me about not being Sympathetic about the fact that those money vultures no longer exist to victimize more People.
The mere fact that they took their own Lives because of money, IF they took their own lives, tells exactly what was most important to them in the world, now doesn't it? And the kind of Low-down things they had been doing to get that money! Yet, you want me to have sympathy for the Victimizer, but not their Victims??? Not on YOUR life, Buddy!
Good Riddance to them and I hope that a few Million more just like them follow their Lead, is what I have to say about it!
1. You have no idea what an investment banker does, nor will you ever know what an investment banker does. It is beyond your realm of comprehension.
2. You do not know why they took their own lives, if in fact they did, and your rejoicing at their demise is sickening.
3. What goes around, comes around, and your hatred will consume you in the end.
4. No one asked for your sympathy. However, no one asked for your putrid, deprived remarks either.
5. Seek counseling asap.
Timbuk2

Livingston, TN

#123339 Jan 30, 2014
Olivia wrote:
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I have republican friends asking for the 800 number...800-318-2596... Takes about 20 minutes. No health history questions. Just know what your income was last month. Over 3 million have signed up, I am one...saved me almost $400.00 per month without gov. Subsidies because I could not be denied due to preexisting conditions, and I could drop a second Ins. It is a good thing and the majority of the country are in favor..Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
You dropped a second policy? Why would you have two health insurance policies?

And where do you get that pap about the majority of the country is in favor? Reality is that the opposite is true.

Here's one you can add to your pipe. Remember the 30 million of uninsured people? The ones that needed to be covered? Well, it seems that they don't have a favorable opinion of O'Care.

Among the uninsured – a key group for outreach under the law – unfavorable views now outnumber favorable views by roughly a 2-to-1 margin (47 percent versus 24 percent). This is a change from last month when 43 percent of the uninsured had an unfavorable view and 36 percent were favorable. More of those without coverage say the law has made the uninsured as a group worse off (39 percent) than better off (26 percent).

http://kff.org/health-reform/poll-finding/kai...

Click your heels three times, Olivia, and you will be taken to the REAL world.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#123341 Jan 30, 2014
foreal wrote:
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You are a closet conservative. I'll bet you vote republican everytime. Sassy is a big time teabagger. Everything you post had sweet tea written all over it.
That's sweet coffee, Darlin'...it's just looks the same but it tastes totally different.
Timbuk2

Livingston, TN

#123342 Jan 30, 2014
I think it was the highly educated Olivia who keeps reminding us that the ACA was based on RomneyCare in Mass. Well, if that's true, y'uns gonna like this:

"How long do you typically wait to see your doctor?"

Well if your physician is in D.C., you will most likely wait about 17 days to schedule an appointment.

A survey of physicians nationwide found the average wait time for a new patient is nearly 19 days - the shortest is in Dallas with 10 days.

The longest wait time was in Boston at 72 days.


Read more: http://www.myfoxdc.com/story/24589786/average...
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Olivia

Cookeville, TN

#123343 Jan 30, 2014
Barry Obama Is a Failure wrote:
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Only new federal contract workers get the raise thus discriminating against current workers.
Barry made the current workers mad.
Such is life. LOL!
"Illustrating his willingness to act on his own, the White House says Obama will announce that he will sign an executive order increasing the minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 for new federal contracts."
" The measure affects only future contracts, not existing ones, and would only apply to contract renewals if other terms of the agreement changed. As a result, the order would benefit far fewer workers than the number foreseen by advocates of federal contract employees."
Barry is staying within his perview...He has had fewer executive orders than any president in history....He is paving the way for localities to follow suit, and they will.
Olivia

Cookeville, TN

#123345 Jan 30, 2014
Pete wrote:
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You and SSS must be exchanging fabricated stories. Given equal deductibles and total out of pocket costs, there is not one ACA plan that is less than a non-ACA plan from any insurance provider, not one. Even if this were true this year, if there aren't enough young people enrolling in the exchanges, next year premiums will spike. Currently, young people acceptance of the ACA plans is very low. Some insurance providers who initially opted to be part of the exchanges are now opting out due to this fact. This is not to say this won't change, but right now, there aren't any comparable ACA plans that are cheaper than their predecessors.
Like I told SSS, if you are going to fabricate a story, fabricate one that can't be verified.
No, you get coverage at the same price anyone else pays if your income is above the line for subsidies...BUT...You cannot be denied for preexisting conditions...No lifetime caps...children can be carried on your policy until they are 26.....insurance companies have to pay out 80% of premiums on health care coverage. I coulld not get covered without the ACA due to preexisting conditions...This is a good law...BETTER LAW: SINGLE PAYER...

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#123346 Jan 30, 2014
Pete wrote:
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Another complete fabrication of the truth and one of the most misconstrued tales you have told to date. How do you come up with the story lines for these tall tales? When you basically have to lie to try to prove a point, then you don't have a point to make.
There is not a single insurance company that offers group health insurance plans for employers or the state/federal exchanges that offer a copay of 27 cents for a tier 1 drug, not one. I have seen the bronze, silver, gold and platinum group healthcare plans from Humana, United Healthcare and Blue Cross/Blue Shield. These are what you would call the Obamacare plans. None of these plans offer a copay of 27 cents for even generic prescription drugs. None of them even come close. You fabricated this story plain and simple.
Also, there are no group insurance plans that have a $0 copay for doctor visits, even a family practice visit. Another complete fabrication on your part.
Here is an exact list of what EVERY employer who provides healthcare for their employees is facing currently -
1. A 3.5% ACA tax on the cost of the entire healthcare plan
2. Whether it is a bronze, silver, gold or platinum plan, increases of at least 30% over comparable plans that preceded the "metal" plans.
3. Higher copays and deductibles per dollar than previous non-metal plans
4. Higher workman's comp rates due to higher healthcare insurance premiums and less companies providing these plans
There is no company in the state of Tennessee voluntarily switching to the "metal" plans before the ACA employer mandate because the State of Tennessee has opted to allow employers to take advantage of Obama's offer to extend the old plans for one year. Not all states have done this.
There is not one non-ACA plan that has changed its terms or policies simply because ACA plans are available. An insurance company cannot legally change an employer's insurance plan's terms and conditions in the middle of the plan's term. Also, there isn't one employer offering a zero copay plan. It is simply non-affordable. This will also not be offered under the ACA because it would make the plan subject to the "Cadillac Tax." Therefore, your concocted story is not physically or realistically possible.
If you are going to continue to post fictional scenarios and fabricated stories in your posts, at least be good at it. I honestly don't think you are intelligent enough to even know what can be verified and what can't.
What part of "Employer-provided" Healthcare Plan, that was changed by the Employer to a much better Plan, when Obamacare became Law, do you not understand???

And don't tell me that's it's not true because I KNOW that it is!

What I find amazing is that the Employer-provided Health Insurance Coverage and Benefits suddenly got much better , and much cheaper for the Employee, AFTER Obamacare was made Law!

So basically, I think you TEApublican Employees on here, that claim yours got worse, have been lying! And in your case, if you really are an Employer, which I doubt, I KNOW you've been lying!

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#123347 Jan 30, 2014
BCAlien wrote:
<quoted text>Yea these poor white racist trash don't realize you have to be Ayrian to claim any superior intelligence.
And ALL of them are a Heinz Variety and don't even know it! Lol!

I'll bet none of them even know what their ancestry consists of.
Furthermore, it has been proven since DNA-testing came about, that 87% of the "Whites" in this Nation, have some Black Ancestors, because of the White Slave Owners mixing with their Black Slaves.

Now, watch the Racists vehemently deny it, but that won't change the Fact that it's true...and chances are that they are part Black, themselves.
Olivia

Cookeville, TN

#123348 Jan 30, 2014
Timbuk2 wrote:
I think it was the highly educated Olivia who keeps reminding us that the ACA was based on RomneyCare in Mass. Well, if that's true, y'uns gonna like this:
"How long do you typically wait to see your doctor?"
Well if your physician is in D.C., you will most likely wait about 17 days to schedule an appointment.
A survey of physicians nationwide found the average wait time for a new patient is nearly 19 days - the shortest is in Dallas with 10 days.
The longest wait time was in Boston at 72 days.
Read more: http://www.myfoxdc.com/story/24589786/average...
Follow us:@myfoxdc on Twitter | myfoxdc on Facebook
When I see my primary care doc...(BTW the same one as before the ACA I signed on to) I do not wait...My DOC is waiting on me...All my specialists are covered before and after, but I could not have that coverage if not for the ACA due to preexisting conditions...FACT.
Pete

Bristol, TN

#123350 Jan 30, 2014
SexySassySenior wrote:
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What part of "Employer-provided" Healthcare Plan, that was changed by the Employer to a much better Plan, when Obamacare became Law, do you not understand???
And don't tell me that's it's not true because I KNOW that it is!
What I find amazing is that the Employer-provided Health Insurance Coverage and Benefits suddenly got much better , and much cheaper for the Employee, AFTER Obamacare was made Law!
So basically, I think you TEApublican Employees on here, that claim yours got worse, have been lying! And in your case, if you really are an Employer, which I doubt, I KNOW you've been lying!
A complete blatant, unequivocal lie. And as usual, you tell another lie to try to cover up your first lies. Here is exactly what you stated -

"Immediately after changing Employers, Obamacare was announced and the new Employer advised that the Company was going to keep their own Insurance for, at least, another year."

You state in this post the employer changed their health plan and in the earlier post you state the employer kept their existing plan for another year. So which one is it because it can't be both? You can't even lie effectively.

But since you press the issue, here is another reason why I know you are fabricating this story. Before the ACA, premiums were calculated based on an employer's actual medical claims and on answers to health questionnaires given to each employee. Now, premiums are calculated based on each employee's age. This is why the ACA needs young people to offset the premiums older individuals have to pay.

I am pretty certain you haven't seen the disparity between a young adult's premium versus an older adult's premium under the ACA. I have and its huge. There aren't many employers who don't have at least some older employees. In fact, most plan participants are older as an average because young adults simply don't want to ante up the premium. Each employer offers a group premium to its employees based on the average cost of each employee's premium. This results in group rates being a lot higher than group rates based on answers to questionnaires because most people simply stretch the truth on these questionnaires and most of the time it is due to the insurance broker's insistence. In short, there are no age based group premiums cheaper than premiums based on medical history and claims. This is something you simply can't learn surfing the internet. In fact, most realistic experiences have to actually be experienced to learn. That is one of your biggest problems.

Before you get the urge to respond to this with yet another lie, you might as well give up because I can easily disprove your fabricated story. Again, there is no substitute for actual experience. Nobody can be an expert at anything simply cruising around the internet. You have proven this several times over.
Olivia

Cookeville, TN

#123351 Jan 30, 2014
I am alarmed that many people do not understand what the ACA has done for them..I have helped several of my friends apply for ACA coverage, just by giving them the number to call...800-318-2596...They were so happy to get coverage...makes me feel happy too. Healthcare is a basic human right..should be, anyway...
Olivia

Cookeville, TN

#123352 Jan 30, 2014
Timbuk2 wrote:
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You dropped a second policy? Why would you have two health insurance policies?
And where do you get that pap about the majority of the country is in favor? Reality is that the opposite is true.
Here's one you can add to your pipe. Remember the 30 million of uninsured people? The ones that needed to be covered? Well, it seems that they don't have a favorable opinion of O'Care.
Among the uninsured – a key group for outreach under the law – unfavorable views now outnumber favorable views by roughly a 2-to-1 margin (47 percent versus 24 percent). This is a change from last month when 43 percent of the uninsured had an unfavorable view and 36 percent were favorable. More of those without coverage say the law has made the uninsured as a group worse off (39 percent) than better off (26 percent).
http://kff.org/health-reform/poll-finding/kai...
Click your heels three times, Olivia, and you will be taken to the REAL world.
I had 2 policies because 1 would expire in 2014.. The other covered me, limited, but covered me...So I had the second in case the GOP killed the ACA...I dropped it when I got the ACA coverage..Kept all my DOCs...Very happy indeed, as well as my friends I informed.. I was not turned down due to preexisting conditions, not due to a caring ins. Co. But due to the ACA law that says you can not be turned down due to preexisting conditions.

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