Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#50518 Jun 30, 2013
bobby6464 wrote:
Hey birther boy, America still put the Kenyan in the white house over your racial hater dumb ass. You should scream voter fraud a little louder, no louder then then that
Wow bobbie you're moving all over the country today. Did your honey run away from your tea party today? I still see you're drinking that mixed nut juice.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#50519 Jun 30, 2013
bobby6464 wrote:
Racial hating rogers, I will never blame america for your worthless existence, dumb ass natzi loving tea bag. Your vote will never mean nothing .is your ignorant ass gay? You so obsessed with Dan the man. In america every has earned the right to life, liberty and the per suit of happiness. If that offends you then make the front page. Your a coward so the next best thing is to find entertainment value in falsehood accusations. Isn't time you did that bash planned parenthood day? You impress tea bags only with that b.s
Boo Hoo Hoo.....the whining tea bag is back.
bobby6464

Portland, OR

#50521 Jun 30, 2013
Racial hating rogers claims the tea bag is back. That's a tea bag confession, dumb ass. Think before you yap tea bag. What, that is a skill at the rally? Guzzle guzle sip sip
truth

Erie, PA

#50523 Jun 30, 2013
http://www.alecexposed.org/wiki/ALEC_Exposed

The biggest threat to American liberties today. Wake the F up people.
NOT a Corbett lover

United States

#50524 Jun 30, 2013
Anybody BUT Corbett. Seems he can't direct well enough to pass budgets on time.
LaughingAtYou

Chicago, IL

#50525 Jun 30, 2013
NOT a Corbett lover wrote:
Anybody BUT Corbett. Seems he can't direct well enough to pass budgets on time.
Ooops.

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Pa. budget goes to Corbett for signature

June 30, 2013 9:20 pm

By Karen Langley and Kate Giammarise / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

HARRISBURG -- The main Pennsylvania state budget bill is on its way to Gov. Tom Corbett after approval in the House followed a favorable vote in the Senate.

The 111-to-92 vote late Sunday was a victory for Corbett and his Republican allies who drafted and pushed through the $28.4 billion spending plan.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#50526 Jun 30, 2013
bobby6464 wrote:
Racial hating rogers claims the tea bag is back. That's a tea bag confession, dumb ass. Think before you yap tea bag. What, that is a skill at the rally? Guzzle guzle sip sip
Boo Hoo Hoo.....the whining chubby racist is back again posting more stupid stuff. You forgot to answer my question of when are you and your honey getting married now that you were given permission. What will you be yapping about next my round brown yap yap? You see Bobbie, America does not care if you want to marry your teabagging lover boy. Hey yap yap, do you trust your lover to go away on the weekends? Are you not afraid he we be guzzling a different flavor of nut-juice?

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#50527 Jun 30, 2013
NOT a Corbett lover wrote:
Anybody BUT Corbett. Seems he can't direct well enough to pass budgets on time.
Just think back when fast Eddie was in office, then you'll appreciate Governor Corbett.
Sam Witches

Selinsgrove, PA

#50528 Jun 30, 2013
Corbett has to go. he ain't like the workin man having to live off sammiches.
bobby6464

Kent, WA

#50530 Jul 1, 2013
Racial hating rogers, America don't like you tea bags dumb ass. Get used to that.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#50531 Jul 1, 2013
bobby6464 wrote:
Racial hating rogers, America don't like you tea bags dumb ass. Get used to that.
How is your nut-juice collection coming along, round mouth.

Hey stupid, America was founded by patriots...patriots that you call tea bags. Americans are finally waking up, slowly but surely because of whining godless scumbags like you. Your black idol is failing, according to the polls, yes my dummy, even the polls you follow.

Please keep up the good work...let your retardedness shine through. You're living proof that inbreeding in Chambersburg was rampant at one time. Your lover should be posting soon, his weekend cabin trip is over. Will you be setting your wedding date soon, dummy?
adam and steve

West Mifflin, PA

#50532 Jul 1, 2013
Michelle Bachmann & Teapartiers love to carry & scream about constitution, but they are so stupid (according one of their own stupid governor Bobby Jindal) so as not to know that their actions & demands usually violate the same constitution.

Now I wonder, whether they have read the constitution through even once. May be their education & their English is so bad, they don't read it right. After all, they love to rail against educated people, calling them elitists.

Of course Bachmann would be upset, may cut into Marcus's Gay Aversion clinic--they get medicade and medicare funding, plus a farm subsidy for their patch of dirt, real true trough feeders. Bat Sh!t crazy, she'll be gone soon and will be forgotten.

I love it when people cite "traditional," "Christian" marriage as the model we should follow.

As if the Bible, of all things, were a source of sane advice on how marriage should be conducted.

Seriously, are we going to take lessons on whom to marry from a book that tells stories about fathers selling off their little daughters to masters so they can get married, about kings and prophets who were married to "hundreds" of wives, about children who have entered a marriage contract before they're even born?!

"Traditional" marriage, as the Christian right describes it, doesn't exist. And it baffles me that a modern society continues to lend credibility to these loonies.
the nose knows

West Mifflin, PA

#50533 Jul 1, 2013
Bachmann is such a hypocrit, since she is in a gay marriage with her gay husband!
the nose knows

West Mifflin, PA

#50534 Jul 1, 2013
Michele Bachmann’s Husband is Gay and she's against gays? LMAO !@!!

http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/michele-bach...
dont get sick

West Mifflin, PA

#50535 Jul 1, 2013
Health-insurance premiums have been rising—and consumers will experience another series of price shocks later this year when some see their premiums skyrocket thanks to the Affordable Care Act, aka ObamaCare.

The reason: The congressional Democrats who crafted the legislation ignored virtually every actuarial principle governing rational insurance pricing. Premiums will soon reflect that disregard—indeed, premiums are already reflecting it.

Central to ObamaCare are requirements that health insurers (1) accept everyone who applies (guaranteed issue),(2) cannot charge more based on serious medical conditions (modified community rating), and (3) include numerous coverage mandates that force insurance to pay for many often uncovered medical conditions.

Guaranteed issue incentivizes people to forgo buying a policy until they get sick and need coverage (and then drop the policy after they get well). While ObamaCare imposes a financial penalty—or is it a tax?—to discourage people from gaming the system, it is too low to be a real disincentive. The result will be insurance pools that are smaller and sicker, and therefore more expensive.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142412788...
Yul Brenner

West Mifflin, PA

#50537 Jul 1, 2013
Published: June 15, 2013
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LAST month, for the 37th time, the House of Representatives voted to repeal Obamacare, with many Republicans saying that its call for greater government involvement in the health care system spells doom. Yet most other industrial countries have health care systems with far more government involvement than we are ever likely to see under Obamacare. What does their experience tell us about Republican fears?

While in Sweden this month as a visiting scholar, I’ve asked several Swedish health economists to share their thoughts about that question. They have spent their lives under a system in which most health care providers work directly for the government. Like economists in most other countries, they tend to be skeptical of large bureaucracies. So if extensive government involvement in health care is indeed a recipe for doom, they should have clear evidence of that by now.

Yet none of them voiced the kinds of complaints about recalcitrant bureaucrats and runaway health costs that invariably surface in similar conversations with American colleagues. Little wonder. The Swedish system performs superbly, and my Swedish colleagues cited evidence of that fact with obvious pride.

The United States spends more than $8,000 a person per year on health care, well more than twice what Sweden spends. Yet health outcomes are far better in Sweden along virtually every dimension. Its infant mortality rate, for example, was recently less than half that of the United States. And males aged 15 to 60 are almost twice as likely to die in any given year in the United States than in Sweden.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/16/business/wh...
Yul Brenner

West Mifflin, PA

#50538 Jul 1, 2013
With many Americans and businesses concerned about the impact of Obamacare, a new study from the country's top group of financial risk analysts is providing fodder for those fears.

Underlying claims costs -- which form the basis for insurers' health care coverage premiums -- will jump by one-third across the U.S. after the Affordable Care Act goes into effect next year, according to the Society of Actuaries.

But that increase won't be felt evenly across the country because the study forecasts that some states will feel more pain than others. Among the hardest-hit will be Ohio, where claims costs will jump by almost 81%, and California, with a 62% increase.

Other states projected to see big increases in claims costs are Wisconsin, with an 80% jump; Indiana at 68%; Maryland, with a 67% bump; and Idaho at 62%.

What does that mean for individuals? If you're already covered by your employer's plan, not much. But if you're uninsured or buy health insurance directly, the study indicates costs could rise for some people, according to The Associated Press.
Yul Brenner

West Mifflin, PA

#50539 Jul 1, 2013
Obamacare has nothing to do with healthcare. It's all about control. When your healthcare costs go up, you lose more of your income. When companies start laying off or reducing workhours, you will either lose more of your income or all of it. The less money you have, the fewer goods and services you will be able to afford. The fewer goods/services required = more people losing wages and jobs.

Obama is bankrupting this country. Obama is depleting your libereies and freedoms.

Poor people, and those dependent on the goverenment have very little freedom/liberty to do as they please.

Do you see it now people??

Since: May 09

Location hidden

#50541 Jul 1, 2013
Yul Brenner wrote:
Obamacare has nothing to do with healthcare. It's all about control. When your healthcare costs go up, you lose more of your income. When companies start laying off or reducing workhours, you will either lose more of your income or all of it. The less money you have, the fewer goods and services you will be able to afford. The fewer goods/services required = more people losing wages and jobs.
Obama is bankrupting this country. Obama is depleting your libereies and freedoms.
Poor people, and those dependent on the goverenment have very little freedom/liberty to do as they please.
Do you see it now people??
If this is true, what would be the motivation to do that? You say it's not about healthcare, it's about control, right? I think this is the part people don't consider - what would Obama's motivation be to intentionally cause people to lose wages and jobs?

I'm not even speaking as some sort of Obamacare defender. I'm just wondering why, if it's this simple, any politician would do that?

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#50543 Jul 1, 2013
The BHO Legacy wrote:
Obama administration lost two-thirds of cases during Supreme Court term
President Obama celebrated the Supreme Court’s decisions Wednesday on gay marriage, but overall it has been a rocky term before the court for his administration, winning just more than a third of the cases in which it was involved.
Lawyers said the government traditionally averages about a 70 percent winning percentage before the high court. Its advantages are so great that the Justice Department’s chief Supreme Court attorney, the solicitor general, is dubbed the “10th Justice.”
But during the 2012-13 term, which began in October and ended Wednesday, the court rejected Mr. Obama’s arguments on property rights, affirmative action, voting rights and other issues.
“Despite some notable victories, the Obama administration has had an unusually poor batting average at the high court,” said Adam Winkler, a constitutional law professor at UCLA.“Like last year, the Obama administration lost more cases than it won.”
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jun/...
Let me get this straight - you believe that an activist, politicized conservative SCOTUS somehow reflects negatively on President Obama?

That's not even rational. Tell me you aren't that brainwashed.

LMAO!

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