Why They Hate Obama

Why They Hate Obama

There are 12509 comments on the The Daily Beast story from Aug 8, 2013, titled Why They Hate Obama. In it, The Daily Beast reports that:

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#9446 Mar 27, 2014
Le Jimbo wrote:
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Face it moron not only did Obama lie again but half of his staff lied as well.
Yup. Looks likes he's the front runner for "The Lie of the Year" recognition.
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#9447 Mar 27, 2014
foster wrote:
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Obama ACA is history. You overlooked the continuing growthin the economy and jobs and failed to recognize the records of the market,. why?
It's been explained to you how phony the market and unemployment numbers are. If you don't want to accept that, nobody can force you. Believe in any fairy tale you desire.
common sense

Coffeyville, KS

#9448 Mar 27, 2014
foster wrote:
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The Insurers report that 85% of the 6 million paid or 4.8 million
Where exactly would one find that report? I wonder why if the insurance companies can give us such exact numbers then why can't Sibelius or Obama or the White House spokesman?
For the record, it's one thing to just shoot out numbers it's quit another to back them up with facts. It would do the White House good to learn that! People just don't "buy" that fuzzy Obama math much anymore but if this is from insurance companies then I am sure there is a report to reflect such facts.
common sense

Coffeyville, KS

#9450 Mar 27, 2014
TonyT1961 wrote:
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First, I don't believe it was changed 38 - 40 times, but feel free to correct me - I'm open to correction.
Secondly, this bill is much more expansive, with 38 states still fighting expansion od Medicaid, despite being financed 100% for the first 3 years, dwindling down to 90% coverage by the feds.
It is different - but more effective a roll out than Medicare Part D.
Perhaps you should do some reading then since it has been reported as being changed close if not exactly that many times by news media (more than a couple), papers (again more than just a couple), and law makers. Any and every time a date has been changed, a delay has been given, an exception and an exclusion has been given, every little thing that has been changed that is different than what was printed in the law at the time of it's passage is considered a change to the law. Now, you would have to live under a rock and be blind and deaf to not know that there have been SEVERAL changes announced to this law SEVERAL times! Facts don't change just because you may not like them.
Second, governors actually have to make budgets EVERY YEAR, they also are far more accountable and have far more responsibility than does the Senate or the House apparently, at least they take more. SO they have to think a little further into the future than a couple years and after the assistance of the gracious tax payers to finance at 100% is over, the governor's still have to figure out how states that are not necessarily doing so well themselves can come up with the added expense the Medicaid expansion WILL cost them.
And it is different, but more of a burden on the country than ANY law before. It's the first time our country has had citizens be forced to purchase a product from either private business or the government or pay a fine for not doing so.
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#9451 Mar 27, 2014
foster wrote:
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Subscribers earning less that 400% of the poverty level qualify for medicaid. There are 9 Million of them in 15 states
How nice. Now why don't you explain to us what happens to persons property once they die if they were receiving Medicaid during their life?
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#9452 Mar 27, 2014
foster wrote:
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Taxes on Profits made from offshore operations can be deferred and hidden in offshore accounts
Which is something Romney (if elected as President) wanted to do away with. His plan was to allow multinational companies to move money back to the US without being taxed. After all, the reason money isn't coming from overseas is because of the massive taxation they would have to endure. So corporations keep their money overseas.
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#9453 Mar 27, 2014
common sense wrote:
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Perhaps you should do some reading then since it has been reported as being changed close if not exactly that many times by news media (more than a couple), papers (again more than just a couple), and law makers. Any and every time a date has been changed, a delay has been given, an exception and an exclusion has been given, every little thing that has been changed that is different than what was printed in the law at the time of it's passage is considered a change to the law. Now, you would have to live under a rock and be blind and deaf to not know that there have been SEVERAL changes announced to this law SEVERAL times! Facts don't change just because you may not like them.
Second, governors actually have to make budgets EVERY YEAR, they also are far more accountable and have far more responsibility than does the Senate or the House apparently, at least they take more. SO they have to think a little further into the future than a couple years and after the assistance of the gracious tax payers to finance at 100% is over, the governor's still have to figure out how states that are not necessarily doing so well themselves can come up with the added expense the Medicaid expansion WILL cost them.
And it is different, but more of a burden on the country than ANY law before. It's the first time our country has had citizens be forced to purchase a product from either private business or the government or pay a fine for not doing so.
Not too far off:

2/13/2014 @ 9:55AM |2,142 views
Thirty-five Changes To Obamacare...So Far

http://www.forbes.com/sites/gracemarieturner/...
foster

Ashburn, VA

#9454 Mar 27, 2014
Le Jimbo wrote:
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More welfare
atheir wage taxes are paying for ACA, why shoul they not benefit like you do using their roads?
foster

Ashburn, VA

#9455 Mar 27, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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It's been explained to you how phony the market and unemployment numbers are. If you don't want to accept that, nobody can force you. Believe in any fairy tale you desire.
you dont have credibility you're a proven fibber on these boards. you were told that
foster

Ashburn, VA

#9456 Mar 27, 2014
common sense wrote:
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Where exactly would one find that report? I wonder why if the insurance companies can give us such exact numbers then why can't Sibelius or Obama or the White House spokesman?
For the record, it's one thing to just shoot out numbers it's quit another to back them up with facts. It would do the White House good to learn that! People just don't "buy" that fuzzy Obama math much anymore but if this is from insurance companies then I am sure there is a report to reflect such facts.
dont rely on the white house google and get the facts from the insures. i found it
foster

Ashburn, VA

#9457 Mar 27, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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It's been explained to you how phony the market and unemployment numbers are. If you don't want to accept that, nobody can force you. Believe in any fairy tale you desire.
even you can admit it's impossible to explain what you don't know
foster

Ashburn, VA

#9458 Mar 27, 2014
common sense wrote:
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Perhaps you should do some reading then since it has been reported as being changed close if not exactly that many times by news media (more than a couple), papers (again more than just a couple), and law makers. Any and every time a date has been changed, a delay has been given, an exception and an exclusion has been given, every little thing that has been changed that is different than what was printed in the law at the time of it's passage is considered a change to the law. Now, you would have to live under a rock and be blind and deaf to not know that there have been SEVERAL changes announced to this law SEVERAL times! Facts don't change just because you may not like them.
Second, governors actually have to make budgets EVERY YEAR, they also are far more accountable and have far more responsibility than does the Senate or the House apparently, at least they take more. SO they have to think a little further into the future than a couple years and after the assistance of the gracious tax payers to finance at 100% is over, the governor's still have to figure out how states that are not necessarily doing so well themselves can come up with the added expense the Medicaid expansion WILL cost them.
And it is different, but more of a burden on the country than ANY law before. It's the first time our country has had citizens be forced to purchase a product from either private business or the government or pay a fine for not doing so.
The President delayed or extended components of implementation. Thats not changing the law. Similar to republicans delaying enforcement of regulations and laws
foster

Ashburn, VA

#9459 Mar 27, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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How nice. Now why don't you explain to us what happens to persons property once they die if they were receiving Medicaid during their life?
that is a state law not federal and depends on the value of your estate
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#9460 Mar 27, 2014
foster wrote:
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even you can admit it's impossible to explain what you don't know
I admit nothing. That's just in your mind. So let's try this again:

The stock market is a bubble. Phony money is being pumped in and that's why it's no indication of REAL market activity. Real market activity is slow.

The unemployment numbers mostly reflect part-time employment and record numbers of people that quit looking for a job. We still have more Americans out of work than anytime in the last few decades. Again, an indication of nothing.
foster

Ashburn, VA

#9461 Mar 27, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Which is something Romney (if elected as President) wanted to do away with. His plan was to allow multinational companies to move money back to the US without being taxed. After all, the reason money isn't coming from overseas is because of the massive taxation they would have to endure. So corporations keep their money overseas.
that's one reason isn't President. Income tax evasion
foster

Ashburn, VA

#9462 Mar 27, 2014
That's one reason romney isn't and will not be Apresident, Income tax evasion
foster

Ashburn, VA

#9463 Mar 27, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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I admit nothing. That's just in your mind. So let's try this again:
The stock market is a bubble. Phony money is being pumped in and that's why it's no indication of REAL market activity. Real market activity is slow.
The unemployment numbers mostly reflect part-time employment and record numbers of people that quit looking for a job. We still have more Americans out of work than anytime in the last few decades. Again, an indication of nothing.
More lying? 60 Mons of solid job growth and 60 Mons of 3% compound interest.

those are tangible facts
foster

Ashburn, VA

#9464 Mar 27, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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I admit nothing. That's just in your mind. So let's try this again:
The stock market is a bubble. Phony money is being pumped in and that's why it's no indication of REAL market activity. Real market activity is slow.
The unemployment numbers mostly reflect part-time employment and record numbers of people that quit looking for a job. We still have more Americans out of work than anytime in the last few decades. Again, an indication of nothing.
you cant explain QE so its phony money ?

If you cant explain QE how can you access what it does or does not do in the economy?
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#9466 Mar 27, 2014
foster wrote:
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you cant explain QE so its phony money ?
If you cant explain QE how can you access what it does or does not do in the economy?
It's not doing anything for the economy. It's doing to the stock market. The economy still sucks and has for the last eight years.

To use the market as an economic indicator, it would have to reflect the activity of the private sector--not the public.

If QE stopped tomorrow, the market would fall like a house of cards. It couldn't survive on private investment alone like it should.
foster

Ashburn, VA

#9467 Mar 27, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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I admit nothing. We still have more Americans out of work than anytime in the last few decades. Again, an indication of nothing.
How much of is this is due to 30K retirees leaving per month?

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