Pa dem

Philadelphia, PA

#57162 Apr 7, 2014
Hello??

Since: Oct 12

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#57163 Apr 8, 2014
Pa dem wrote:
Time for change
Sorry for you, that Hillary cannot start early.....
LaughingAtYou

Chicago, IL

#57164 Apr 8, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice editing of my quote. Hilarious. Do you really think everyone is as dumb as you? I said, clearly, that WHEN COMPARED TO YOUR IGNORANT LEADERS like Michele Bachman, Rick Perry, Santorum, etc. that she is the most accomplished person on the planet. Please, compare Hillary's career TO ANY GOP CHALLENGER. It isn't even a comparison.
But dumb tea baggers like you always try to hide the truth, and you never mind because it needs to fit your ignorant Fox News paradigm of reality, which simply isn't real. Why would you cut words form a quote and pretend it's the whole thing? I mean, you literally, clicked reply, then DELETED part of the quote.
Such an honorable way to debate - lie. Only on Planet Teabag. Then you wonder why you can;t win an election and are stuck in the powerless fringes of society.
Look, sweetheart, when you make the statement "And when measured against the likes of Rick Perry, Michele Bachman, Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul and whatever other idiot you dumbasses trot up as the sacrificial lamb, she's the MOST ACCOMPLISHED PERSON ON THE PLANET" you have undeniably included all 7 billion people on the planet in your comparison.

If you merely were comparing Hillary to the four you listed or any other Republican then you would have ended your delusional rant at that point. But you didn't, did you. Not yet content, you further stated, in all caps, that "she's the MOST ACCOMPLISHED PERSON ON THE PLANET."

It was you who hysterically made your comparitive context the entire 7 billion population of the world. How stupid are you to argue otherwise? It's right there.

"she's the MOST ACCOMPLISHED PERSON ON THE PLANET."

LMAO!
Pa dem

Philadelphia, PA

#57166 Apr 8, 2014
All are equally lousy
Most Dislike Obamacare

Scranton, PA

#57167 Apr 8, 2014
Health Care Law
April 07, 2014
53% Expect Quality of Care To Suffer Under Health Care Law

Unfavorable opinions of the new national health care law are at their highest level in several months, while the number who think the quality of care in this country will get worse is at its highest level in over three years.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 58% of Likely U.S. Voters have at least a somewhat unfavorable opinion of the health care law, with 43% who view it Very Unfavorably. Just 39% have a favorable view of the law, including 16% with a Very Favorable one.

Despite the Obama administration’s claim that it has exceeded its March 31 goal of signing up seven million Americans through new health insurance exchanges, overall unfavorables for the health care law are up from 54% two weeks ago.

Most voters have had an unfavorable opinion of the law in regular surveys since the beginning of last year. But the latest finding matches the all-time high first reached in mid-November. Favorables fell to a record low of 36% in that same survey.

Fifty-three percent (53%) of voters now believe the quality of health care will get worse under the new law. That’s up six points from 47% a month ago and the highest level of pessimism since mid-March 2011.

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_conten...

“If you put your ear to this,”

Since: May 13

You can hear a conservative

#57169 Apr 8, 2014
Most Dislike Obamacare wrote:
Health Care Law
April 07, 2014
53% Expect Quality of Care To Suffer Under Health Care Law
Unfavorable opinions of the new national health care law are at their highest level in several months, while the number who think the quality of care in this country will get worse is at its highest level in over three years.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 58% of Likely U.S. Voters have at least a somewhat unfavorable opinion of the health care law, with 43% who view it Very Unfavorably. Just 39% have a favorable view of the law, including 16% with a Very Favorable one.
Despite the Obama administration’s claim that it has exceeded its March 31 goal of signing up seven million Americans through new health insurance exchanges, overall unfavorables for the health care law are up from 54% two weeks ago.
Most voters have had an unfavorable opinion of the law in regular surveys since the beginning of last year. But the latest finding matches the all-time high first reached in mid-November. Favorables fell to a record low of 36% in that same survey.
Fifty-three percent (53%) of voters now believe the quality of health care will get worse under the new law. That’s up six points from 47% a month ago and the highest level of pessimism since mid-March 2011.
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_conten...
Telephone surveys only ask people who have landline phones. In other words, dumb old people waiting for Jesus. The ACA has achieved the highest support ever in the past few weeks.

We win. You lose. Again.

Now go suck on it.

“If you put your ear to this,”

Since: May 13

You can hear a conservative

#57170 Apr 8, 2014
LaughingAtYou wrote:
<quoted text>
Look, sweetheart, when you make the statement "And when measured against the likes of Rick Perry, Michele Bachman, Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul and whatever other idiot you dumbasses trot up as the sacrificial lamb, she's the MOST ACCOMPLISHED PERSON ON THE PLANET" you have undeniably included all 7 billion people on the planet in your comparison.
If you merely were comparing Hillary to the four you listed or any other Republican then you would have ended your delusional rant at that point. But you didn't, did you. Not yet content, you further stated, in all caps, that "she's the MOST ACCOMPLISHED PERSON ON THE PLANET."
It was you who hysterically made your comparitive context the entire 7 billion population of the world. How stupid are you to argue otherwise? It's right there.
"she's the MOST ACCOMPLISHED PERSON ON THE PLANET."
LMAO!
No, by specifically naming the people she is to be compared to, I am eliminating the other 7 billion people.

I really wish you were smarter. Handing your ass to you like this isn't fun for me
J Biden

West Mifflin, PA

#57171 Apr 8, 2014
Obamacare is going to break the bank!

But Read more here:

Dozens of Republican governors who refused to take federal dollars to expand Medicaid, leaving about 5.5 million low-income people who'd be eligible for free, federally-funded government insurance to slip through the cracks?
Since 2011, the House of Representatives has spent approximately $53.8 million attempting to repeal health care reform. In addition, the Congressional Budget Office estimated last year that repeal would add $109 billion to deficits over the next decade. Republicans would allow insurance companies to charge those people more.
The Ryan budget would cut $2.7 trillion from Medicaid and subsidies to help people buy private insurance, leaving 40 million people uninsured by 2024. It would cut food stamps by $137 billion over 10 years; Pell Grants by up to $125 billion; $385 billion from mandatory programs helping poor and moderate income Americans such as SSI;
Hatch, Burr, and Coburn would repeal the provision requiring insurance companies to cover certain benefits, including preventive care. They would let insurers reinstate annual caps on the benefits they'll pay out, which Obamacare eliminated. In 2012 the house spent 2 million taxpayer dollars on coffee and food. Talk about taking advantage of the system.
In 2012 the house spent 29.9 million dollars sending mail and the freshmen accounted 4.7million of that total.
It's great when you have it like this for only working 140 days and in 2013 the Republican party had the worst polling in American history.

“If you put your ear to this,”

Since: May 13

You can hear a conservative

#57172 Apr 8, 2014
O_zone wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh yes, this is a great point and I can't wait to see how these diffuses are going to interact with the emporer of New Jersey, Chris Christie....its going to be the clown show of the century.
Christie's out. Jeb isn't crazy enough to win a primary. It's between Hillary, THE MOST ADMIRED WOMAN ON THE PLANET FOR 12 YEARS RUNNING, and someone who thinks that Noah's Ark really happened.

This will get fun. Can you imagine Hillary against Rick Perry in a debate? The most raw intelligence in American politics versus Ted Nugent in reincarnate.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#57173 Apr 8, 2014
Most Dislike Obamacare wrote:
Health Care Law
April 07, 2014
53% Expect Quality of Care To Suffer Under Health Care Law
Unfavorable opinions of the new national health care law are at their highest level in several months, while the number who think the quality of care in this country will get worse is at its highest level in over three years.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 58% of Likely U.S. Voters have at least a somewhat unfavorable opinion of the health care law, with 43% who view it Very Unfavorably. Just 39% have a favorable view of the law, including 16% with a Very Favorable one.
Despite the Obama administration’s claim that it has exceeded its March 31 goal of signing up seven million Americans through new health insurance exchanges, overall unfavorables for the health care law are up from 54% two weeks ago.
Most voters have had an unfavorable opinion of the law in regular surveys since the beginning of last year. But the latest finding matches the all-time high first reached in mid-November. Favorables fell to a record low of 36% in that same survey.
Fifty-three percent (53%) of voters now believe the quality of health care will get worse under the new law. That’s up six points from 47% a month ago and the highest level of pessimism since mid-March 2011.
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_conten...
Is this the extent of your political outrage?....Unfavorable talking points, about a Healthcare system, that the country has sorely needed for decades?.....Really?...

“If you put your ear to this,”

Since: May 13

You can hear a conservative

#57174 Apr 8, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Is this the extent of your political outrage?....Unfavorable talking points, about a Healthcare system, that the country has sorely needed for decades?.....Really?...
It takes a conservative to lose two wars, invade the wrong country, commit international war crimes, empty our treasury and destroy the greatest economy in the history of civilization. But we pass healthcare legislation to replace a completely failed healthcare system, and we're the bad guys.

Sometimes you just have to laugh at these people.
Bacon masturbator

Erie, PA

#57175 Apr 8, 2014
With bacon hater fails to remember… A lot of black people voted solely for the reason Barack is black. Dems aren't gonna have all those blacks voting..some will..not a ton

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#57176 Apr 8, 2014
Bacon masturbator wrote:
With bacon hater fails to remember… A lot of black people voted solely for the reason Barack is black. Dems aren't gonna have all those blacks voting..some will..not a ton
And that's important, during the second term of a Presidency....BECAUSE???

“If you put your ear to this,”

Since: May 13

You can hear a conservative

#57177 Apr 8, 2014
Bacon masturbator wrote:
With bacon hater fails to remember… A lot of black people voted solely for the reason Barack is black. Dems aren't gonna have all those blacks voting..some will..not a ton
Yeah, black people will show up in hordes for Newt Gingrich. Are you high?

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#57179 Apr 8, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
It takes a conservative to lose two wars, invade the wrong country, commit international war crimes, empty our treasury and destroy the greatest economy in the history of civilization. But we pass healthcare legislation to replace a completely failed healthcare system, and we're the bad guys.
Sometimes you just have to laugh at these people.
If they only knew, how much they have soiled the longterm, GOP brand......Obstruction and protecting the wealthy will never be a path to American Leadership.....
whitey

West Mifflin, PA

#57180 Apr 8, 2014
Bacon masturbator wrote:
With bacon hater fails to remember… A lot of black people voted solely for the reason Barack is black. Dems aren't gonna have all those blacks voting..some will..not a ton
If all the white people in Amerika would have voted for Romney , he would have won. Seems like was magic underware tipped off a lot of teabaggers,eh?
J Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#57181 Apr 8, 2014
Governor Jindal proposes Republican alternative to Obamacare

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal wants to repeal Obamacare, and now he's put forward a plan to replace it. It features no individual mandate and a voucher-like program for Medicare.

Democrats lambasted the plan. "The plan Governor Jindal announced today – much like the Ryan Budget – starts by repealing Obamacare, which could result in millions of Americans being kicked off their current health care plans and bring back the worst parts of the old, failed health care system," said Michael Czin, press secretary for the Democratic National Committee, in a statement Wednesday. Mr. Czin criticized Jindal for heading a state with one of the highest rates of uninsured residents in the country, and for refusing to expand Medicaid under Obamacare in his state.

Bring it on, is basically what Jindal is saying about the need for more vigorous debate, especially among Republicans. The youthful governor has considerable experience in health care, including as assistant secretary of Health and Human Services under President George W. Bush. He says the Republicans must not cede issues such as health, energy, or education to Democrats, but offer solutions of their own.

Read more here, you'll laugh!

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Politics/monitor...
J Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#57182 Apr 8, 2014
The New Republican Health Care Plan With A Twist ??

With the election around the corner, each party is digging their trenches and creating a plan for the long hard battle. Democrats are focusing on income inequality through a minimum wage increase. Republicans are focusing on, yet again, repealing Obamacare. Finally, instead of straight repeal, they are presenting a plan to replace Obamacare. As you’ll see shortly, this is the same old song they sang in the past and it is not enough. They could use fresh ideas.

Components of the “new” plan include – sell insurance across state lines, limit medical malpractice suits and judgments, beef up high risk pools for those with pre-existing conditions, and expand health savings accounts. The new plan is titled “A Stronger Health Care System: The GOP Plan for Freedom, Flexibility, & Peace of Mind” and the GOP establishment will take their new plan on the road in April in a series of town hall meetings. They want feedback, and I hope people are unbridled in what they share

Read more here:

http://www.forbes.com/sites/carolynmcclanahan...
J Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#57183 Apr 8, 2014
Does the 47% want more money? They want what money will buy – safety. Food in their belly, a roof over their head, and their health. We all want these things. And most of the people in the 53% want everyone to have at least food and a place to sleep. Since we are a wealthy, great nation, the 53% want the other hard working people in this country to have good health too. The 53% knows a healthy workforce is important for productivity – try to find an economist who disagrees with this statement.

Which gets us back to the Republican health care plan – the 53% knows the same tired Republican plan will leave many hard working individuals behind. Many of their ideas are good ideas, AND if insurance is not guaranteed issue, and if there is not assistance to help the working poor purchase coverage, it will not work for the 47%. All the “messaging” in the world won’t get the majority on board.

Is it possible for the Republicans to win using the same ideas? They could if they can show they care about the 47%, show they care about women, and show they care about immigrants. What “twist” could they add to their plan to show they care?
J Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#57184 Apr 8, 2014
The Lonely Death of the Republican Health-Care Plan

Last week, Republican Senators Tom Coburn, Richard Burr, and Orrin Hatch unveiled a health-care proposal – or, at least, a close approximation of one. Conservatives hailed it as a seminal event, the moment when the Republican Party would finally dispel the accusation of mindless obstructionism and assert its full equal status as a vessel for serious health-care policymaking. Ross Douthat rejoiced,“mirabile dictu, an actual health care reform proposal!” The new plan “explode[s] the myth,” exulted a National Review editorial, that “Obamacare or something like it is the only game in town.”

Republicans are certainly going to have to abandon their indifference to policy and formulate an actual health-care reform policy. But the moment has not arrived, and the events since the plan’s hopeful emergence have made the gap between aspiration and reality painfully clear.

Within hours of the new plan coming into contact with political reality, things began to fall apart. The general outlines of the plan involved deregulating health insurance, so that healthy customers paid less for cheaper plans and sicker customers paid more, and shifting the tax burden off the wealthy and onto the middle class. Defining its effects more specifically has proven difficult. It’s less a plan than an outline that, depending on how the authors filled in its missing details, could mean any number of wildly different things.

The first blow to its coherence came when the authors faced questions about their proposal to cap the tax deduction for employer-sponsored health insurance, a politically risky but economist-approved change that provided most of its money for covering the uninsured. Asked about this piece of their plan, the authors changed the language within hours to ratchet back its scope, insulating them from political attacks, but also neutering its value.

Read more here:

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2014/02/...

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