President Obama: Health Care Law 'Is ...

President Obama: Health Care Law 'Is Here to Stay'

There are 8 comments on the ABC News story from Jul 5, 2012, titled President Obama: Health Care Law 'Is Here to Stay'. In it, ABC News reports that:

MAUMEE, Ohio - Speaking at his first campaign event since the Supreme Court upheld his signature health care legislation, President Obama boasted that the "law I passed is here to stay." "I'll work with anybody who wants to work with me to continue to improve our health care system and our health care laws," the president told supporters at the ... (more)

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whatever

Nicholasville, KY

#1 Jul 5, 2012
So no more survival of the fittest it's survival off the backs of the fittest.

“My Commander-in-Chi ef!”

Since: Jun 07

Obama got Osama!

#2 Jul 5, 2012
I love the way the President can now slap the right-wingers around after the Supreme Court showed that President Obama wasn’t a Constitutional Law Professor for nothing… Obama knew that his signature piece of legislation wasn’t going anywhere; and now it’s the republicans who are off-message and don’t know how to respond to the first step to single payer/Universal Health Care in America.

Thank you President Obama!

“Proud To Be An American”

Since: Apr 07

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#3 Jul 5, 2012
On your knees for the lord marshal b. h. obama...the law "he passed" is here to stay!!! Spoken like the true marxist he is...

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#4 Jul 5, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
I love the way the President can now slap the right-wingers around after the Supreme Court showed that President Obama wasn’t a Constitutional Law Professor for nothing… Obama knew that his signature piece of legislation wasn’t going anywhere; and now it’s the republicans who are off-message and don’t know how to respond to the first step to single payer/Universal Health Care in America.
Thank you President Obama!
Attention moron cow patty!!! Please explain to the class how the constitutional law professor (ROTFLMAO) could say in interviews time and time again that his signature legislation (ROTFLMAO) was not a TAX when all along it was a TAX? It appears the lord marshal has pissed in the wind...you two silly lovebirds are soaking wet...ROTFLMAO

“Proud To Be An American”

Since: Apr 07

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#5 Jul 5, 2012
For morons who prefer anti-Americanism the self-serving lord marshal b. h. obama is your guy...Obviously the lord marshal could give a rat's behind about the poor, sick, etc. If the lord marshal cared so damned much he'd sent those in need the trillions of dollars he pissed off on utter stupidity. Obviously a "marxist's greed runs a world in need."

For those who prefer Americanism defend it the best you can and vote for Mitt Romney...

“Proud To Be An American”

Since: Apr 07

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#6 Jul 5, 2012
Yes indeed, obamacare/TAX is indeed a TAX...In fact it's HUGE TAXES all over the place. Soon hidden TAXES will be popping up like Tulips in springtime. Those tricky TAXES will even smack those who voted for obama right in the kisser far worse than the current obama unemployment nightmare.
At least we can take comfort in the fact that mental illness is now very easy to diagnose...If you vote for b. h. obama you're as nutty as a fruitcake.
scooter

United States

#7 Jul 5, 2012
patty probably believes the health care is free,stupid fucktard.
Razors Edge

Oak Lawn, IL

#8 Jul 5, 2012
In the mid-1990s, state senator Palmer attended a number of political meetings at the Chicago-area home of her friends and ideological allies, former Weather Underground terrorists Bill Ayers and his wife Bernardine Dohrn. At those gatherings, Palmer developed a friendly relationship with another attendee, a young aspiring politician named Barack Obama.

As late as 1994, Palmer was known to be working closely with members of the Committees of Correspondence, a Communist Party USA splinter group.

In 1995, Palmer decided to pursue an opportunity to run for a higher political office when Mel Reynolds, the congressman from Illinois’ 2nd District, resigned from the House of Representatives amid scandal.

As Palmer prepared to leave the state senate, she hand-picked Barack Obama as the person she most wanted to fill her newly vacated senate seat. Toward that end, she introduced Obama to party elders and donors as her preferred successor, and helped him gather the signatures required for getting his name placed on the ballot.

But in November 1995, Jesse Jackson, Jr. defeated Palmer in a special election for Reynolds’ empty congressional seat. At that point, Palmer filed to retain the Democratic nomination for the state senate seat she had encouraged Obama to pursue; that seat would be up for grabs in the November 1996 elections. She asked Obama to politely withdraw from the race and offered to help him find an alternative position elsewhere.

But Obama refused to withdraw, so Palmer resolved to run against him (and against two other opponents who also had declared their candidacy) in the 1996 Democratic primary. To get her name placed on the ballot, Palmer hastily gathered the minimum number of signatures required. Obama promptly challenged the legitimacy of those signatures and charged Palmer with fraud. A subsequent investigation found that a number of the names on Palmer’s signature list were technically invalid, thus she was knocked off the ballot.(Names could be eliminated from a candidate's petition for a variety of reasons. For example, if a name was printed rather than written in cursive script, it was considered invalid. Or if the person collecting the signatures was not registered to perform that task, any signatures that he or she had collected likewise were nullified.)

Obama also successfully challenged the signatures gathered by his other two opponents, and both of them were disqualified as well. As a result, Obama ran unopposed in the Democratic primary and won by default.

“I liked Alice Palmer a lot,” Obama would later reflect.“I thought she was a good public servant. It [the process by which Obama got Palmer's name removed from the ballot] was very awkward. That part of it I wish had played out entirely differently.”

After leaving public office, Palmer was hired as an associate professor by the University of Illinois' College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs. She held that post from 1996 to 2003, when she retired.

In 2008 Palmer endorsed Hillary Clinton for U.S. President. In 2011, she supported Danny Davis in his run for mayor of Chicago against former Obama aide Rahm Emanuel.

Check the creds you need to be the POTUS!!!RE..

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