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firness-guru

Norman, OK

#34227 Dec 12, 2013
ive found a site of 70 percent in California not accepting obsama care and one in new York where 44 percent not participating in the clucked up mess.
Leg Humper

Fairmont, WV

#34228 Dec 12, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
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I'm sure he didn't - he was likely for a single-payer system as were all democrats. Remember, Obamacare was the Republican compromise. But when compared to the failure that is our current system, how could you not support it?
Question for you numbnuts, how can you say that there was a compromise with republicans, when no republicans even voted in favor of Oidiotcare?
firness-guru

Norman, OK

#34229 Dec 12, 2013
this clucked up train wreck is going to get us elected...big time.
firness-guru

Norman, OK

#34230 Dec 12, 2013
George wrote:
53 billion dollars stolen out of the US economy by illegals and sent back to their shithole of origin.That is alot of money they stole right out of the pockets of Americans. That doesnt include the jobs and wages they didnt remit, nor does it include the societal cost such as jail, food stamps, medical care, etc. THat is alot of money these criminals are bleeding from our already hurting economy.
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Remittances to Spanish-speaking Latin American countries overall have recovered from a decline during the recent recession, with the notable exception of Mexico, according to World Bank data analyzed by the Pew Research Center. Migrants’ remittances to Mexico, an estimated $22 billion in 2013, are below their 2006 peak. For all other Spanish-speaking Latin American nations, the 2013 estimate of $31.8 billion slightly surpasses the 2008 peak. For the 17 countries as a group, the 2013 estimated total ($53.8 billion) is below 2007’s $61.6 billion (in 2013 U.S. dollars). In 2012, U.S. remittances to these Latin American countries accounted for three-quarters of the total.
I have a niece that has been forced to learn Spanish in order to get a job. reason being is because of Mexicans. she lives in Austin texas.
firness-guru

Norman, OK

#34231 Dec 12, 2013
lets defund Obama care and repeal the sucker. vote republican to stop the train wreck.
George

Stollings, WV

#34232 Dec 12, 2013
When John Boehner briefly lashed out Wednesday at conservative groups that had been agitating against the bipartisan budget bill, it turns out he had more to say. Much, much more.

On Thursday, reporters asked the Republican House Speaker to elaborate on his comments the day before, when he called conservative opposition to the budget “ridiculous” and accused certain right-wing groups of “using the American people."

Boy, did he.

“I thought it was my job and my obligation to stand up for conservatives here in the Congress who want more deficit reduction, stand up for the work that Chairman [Paul] Ryan did,” Boehner said.“I think they're pushing our members in places where they don't want to be. And frankly, I just think that they've lost all credibility.”

Conservative groups, such as Heritage Action for America, The Club for Growth, FreedomWorks and others, immediately opposed the plan when it was released — some, in fact, did so before the final details were confirmed by the authors.

The public display of frustration from Boehner over the tea party groups’ behavior was long in the making, and probably will have broader implications than merely a budget deal. In both the House and Senate, outside groups are ramping up pressure on incumbents by launching and funding challenger campaigns against them in next year’s midterm elections. Republicans in both chambers are forced to fend off both tea party challengers and Democrats, a phenomenon that has rankled the party establishment and sparked debates about what defines a “true conservative.”

Boehner specifically blamed these groups for dragging Republican lawmakers into a dubious plan to defund the federal health care law that led to a disastrous government shutdown last fall. Boehner said he was outraged when one group that engineered the failed plot admitted that they never thought it would work in the first place.

“Our founders”

Since: May 13

NEVER COMPLIED

#34233 Dec 12, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>That figure comes from PEW. When I used a pew survey you said it was biased and nonsense, now YOU want to use the same group? LMAO You are a teabagger using teabagger surveys. And lets face it, there is absolutely no way to accurately estimate the number of illegals living here. They are in the shadows, they hide, they dont want found, they dont take surveys nor do they report their law breaking border jumping. The actual number is likely closer to the 20 million, maybe more considering it is impossible to know.
That number comes from the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Homeland Security and the US Census too, dipshit. I know math isn't your strong suit, but there are mathematical ways to estimate the numbers. Can you tell me why "there is likely close to 20 million" or is just your own made-up evidence.

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#34234 Dec 12, 2013
If ACA is so bad, why does the American Medical Association support it?

http://www.ama-assn.org/ama/pub/advocacy/topi...

“Our founders”

Since: May 13

NEVER COMPLIED

#34235 Dec 12, 2013
George wrote:
53 billion dollars stolen out of the US economy by illegals and sent back to their shithole of origin.That is alot of money they stole right out of the pockets of Americans. That doesnt include the jobs and wages they didnt remit, nor does it include the societal cost such as jail, food stamps, medical care, etc. THat is alot of money these criminals are bleeding from our already hurting economy.
==========
Remittances to Spanish-speaking Latin American countries overall have recovered from a decline during the recent recession, with the notable exception of Mexico, according to World Bank data analyzed by the Pew Research Center. Migrants’ remittances to Mexico, an estimated $22 billion in 2013, are below their 2006 peak. For all other Spanish-speaking Latin American nations, the 2013 estimate of $31.8 billion slightly surpasses the 2008 peak. For the 17 countries as a group, the 2013 estimated total ($53.8 billion) is below 2007’s $61.6 billion (in 2013 U.S. dollars). In 2012, U.S. remittances to these Latin American countries accounted for three-quarters of the total.
The GOP blew half that in a week over the ACA. At least it was the immigrants' money to send back - they earned it.

“Our founders”

Since: May 13

NEVER COMPLIED

#34236 Dec 12, 2013
Leg Humper wrote:
<quoted text>
Question for you numbnuts, how can you say that there was a compromise with republicans, when no republicans even voted in favor of Oidiotcare?
Were you born in 2011? Do you not recall, do you need a link or just reminded?

http://articles.mcall.com/2013-10-15/opinion/...

Maybe we should've gone with the Republican plan. What was it again?

“Our founders”

Since: May 13

NEVER COMPLIED

#34237 Dec 12, 2013
George wrote:
When John Boehner briefly lashed out Wednesday at conservative groups that had been agitating against the bipartisan budget bill, it turns out he had more to say. Much, much more.
On Thursday, reporters asked the Republican House Speaker to elaborate on his comments the day before, when he called conservative opposition to the budget “ridiculous” and accused certain right-wing groups of “using the American people."
Boy, did he.
“I thought it was my job and my obligation to stand up for conservatives here in the Congress who want more deficit reduction, stand up for the work that Chairman [Paul] Ryan did,” Boehner said.“I think they're pushing our members in places where they don't want to be. And frankly, I just think that they've lost all credibility.”
Conservative groups, such as Heritage Action for America, The Club for Growth, FreedomWorks and others, immediately opposed the plan when it was released — some, in fact, did so before the final details were confirmed by the authors.
The public display of frustration from Boehner over the tea party groups’ behavior was long in the making, and probably will have broader implications than merely a budget deal. In both the House and Senate, outside groups are ramping up pressure on incumbents by launching and funding challenger campaigns against them in next year’s midterm elections. Republicans in both chambers are forced to fend off both tea party challengers and Democrats, a phenomenon that has rankled the party establishment and sparked debates about what defines a “true conservative.”
Boehner specifically blamed these groups for dragging Republican lawmakers into a dubious plan to defund the federal health care law that led to a disastrous government shutdown last fall. Boehner said he was outraged when one group that engineered the failed plot admitted that they never thought it would work in the first place.
Too little, Too late. Boner and his House idiots allowed themselves to be controlled by an ignorant faction of racists for 5 goddamn years, during which time his party has been slammed into the fringes as whackjobs while they've opposed every measure aimed at helping anyone in any way and proposed not one piece of helpful legislation once. Now he's taking control? Too late, dumbass. It's over.
George

Stollings, WV

#34238 Dec 12, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
That number comes from the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Homeland Security and the US Census too, dipshit. I know math isn't your strong suit, but there are mathematical ways to estimate the numbers. Can you tell me why "there is likely close to 20 million" or is just your own made-up evidence.
Yeah like the law breaking border jumpers who are here illegally are sure to fill out a census form. ROFL Want to tell me how they could possibly get an accurate estimate of people who have broken the law so therefore try and hide and remain unseen. Duh. LOL They guess and estimates range from a low of 10 million to highs 3 times that.

“Our founders”

Since: May 13

NEVER COMPLIED

#34239 Dec 12, 2013
Melissa Harris The 2nd wrote:
If ACA is so bad, why does the American Medical Association support it?
http://www.ama-assn.org/ama/pub/advocacy/topi...
Because they aren't stupid. They don't want to be viewed as people protecting a failed healthcare system.
George

Stollings, WV

#34240 Dec 12, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
The GOP blew half that in a week over the ACA. At least it was the immigrants' money to send back - they earned it.
Yeah, that points out the 53 billion is really a double whammy. First, if we assume they didnt rob and steal for it and actually earned it, that is 53 billion+ they stole from American workers. Then on top of that, instead of putting that money back into our local economies like the Americans whos job they stole would have, they send it back to some shithole. So in fact they are stealing over 100 BILLION per year out of the US economy. Then add in the wages they didnt send back, societal costs, and we are talking hundreds of billions stolen right out of our LEGAL CITIZENS pockets. Send these law breaking border jumpers HOME. NO citizenship, NO amnesty, DEPORT them all and greatly increase the fines for employers who hire them. Problem solved.
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#34241 Dec 12, 2013
Bacon bit.........why don't you answer Leg Humper? If Obamacare was such a compromise why was there no republican votes? Again you are a liar. Remeber Pelosi on pass it and we will find out what is in it later. So neither side knew too much on what was in it. Sheeple
firness-guru

Norman, OK

#34242 Dec 12, 2013
the American medical associan does but the doctors don't. Melissa's posting chit.
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#34243 Dec 12, 2013
Melissa......there is conservative and liberal doctores. They had doctors before congress yesterday speaking against Obamacare. You know there will split on this because the lesser doctors get to gain patients.
firness-guru

Norman, OK

#34244 Dec 12, 2013
again, doctors are reporting they wont accept Obama care and more are doing it everyday. obsama is going to have to pull out his book of laws he has written down and make them.
firness-guru

Norman, OK

#34245 Dec 12, 2013
I cant wait to see the massive pile of chit when the train hits the station.
vote fo me Roger

Charleston, WV

#34246 Dec 12, 2013
I'll make all your wildest dreams come true, and maybe some of mine too

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