Who do you support for Governor in Oh...
They cannot kill a Spook

Toledo, OH

#31546 Jul 15, 2014
Canton wrote:
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The earthquakes in Chile and Japan actually caused numerous earthquakes in fracking sites across the nation. Nice try but why don't you spend a little more time asking yourself why you are so willing to jump through hoops for the energy industry without a solid reason as to why. I know why I care about the environment. I am a human living on this planet. Now why don't one of you Tea Bagging ninnies tell us why you fight so very, very hard for the energy lobby. It couldn't be those millions of dollars the oil industry spent in anti-climate change and pro-fracking propaganda, could it? I mean, could you imagine how stupid a middle class working American would have to be to gulp down huge amounts of bogus corporate sponsored propaganda instead of going with the overwhelming majority of the scientific community?
Ao if the Earthquakes in Chile and Japan caused the earthquakes in the fracking areas then why are you still slurping on Al Gore and other communists ballsacks?

And since you are anti energy why not do your part and stop using all manufactured goods and go chase down your food and drink from water filled ditches? Lead by example.

By they way tea baggers are democrats since democrats are for homosexual activities being classified as normal. Tea party members on the other hand are republicans and true libertarians.
Old Guy

Mason, OH

#31548 Jul 15, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Why not extend that offer to people on your side as well?
I think you just did!
xxxrayted wrote:
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Why not extend that offer to people on your side as well? What are they for?
I think it's funny that you think there are "sides" in this. Do you think I'm on Canton's team (or he is on mine?) You view everything through a black/white partisan world view. You believe that since you hate Obama, I must therefore love him. Here's a surprise for you --- I don't. I think he's been an adequate President, but not a great one.
xxxrayted wrote:
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On the other hand, when were you ever a conservative?
I've always been a fiscal conservative. On most issues, I am a utilitarian, seeking "the greatest good for the greatest number." I also have a strong libertarian feelings. I tend to reject candidates who rely upon simple-minded slogans and soundbites, and favor those that offer a more thoughtful approach
xxxrayted wrote:
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And how is the "man on the radio" any different than what liberals train people like Canton to believe?
You assume that others get their information the same way you do. You listen to 10 hours of Rush a week. There is no equivalent 2 hour daily radio show that "liberals" listen to.
xxxrayted wrote:
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Have you ever seen the word "racist" used so often by those not brainwashed to say it?
Yes. It is frequently used by racists, usually in the act of denying their racism.
xxxrayted wrote:
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The conservative belief is the less government in our lives the better.
No, that's a simple-minded idea that Ronald Reagan was very successful in promoting. Do you think that Dwight Eisenhower shared that view? Would the US be better without the interstate highway system? Government can enhance our life, as well as burden it.
xxxrayted wrote:
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Conservatives believe that the way to get ahead is to leave others behind. After all, if everybody moves ahead the same distance at the same time, nobody gets ahead.
So, you believe that life is a zero-sum game? I believe in noblesse oblige. Those of us that were fortunate to succeed in life need to look out for the less fortunate.
ino

Clyde, OH

#31549 Jul 15, 2014
http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/07/12/4231632...

After being without health insurance for two years, Miranda Childe of Hallandale Beach found a plan she could afford with financial aid from the government using the Affordable Care Act’s exchange.

Childe, 60, bought an HMO plan from Humana, one of the nation’s largest health insurance companies, and received a membership card in time for her coverage to kick in on May 1st.

But instead of being able to pick a primary care physician to coordinate her healthcare, Childe says she repeatedly ran into closed doors from South Florida doctors who are listed in her plan’s provider network but refused to see patients who bought their coverage on the ACA exchange.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/07/12/4231632...
ino

Clyde, OH

#31550 Jul 15, 2014

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#31551 Jul 16, 2014
Canton wrote:
I never use the Huffington Post for my source of facts. No Mother Jones or MSNBC. I use Fact Checked information as my sources. So anyway, let's hear some more bumper sticker quotes from Rush Limbaugh. Let's see some more links to Breibart, Fox News and The Heritage Foundation. I wonder why that is? I wonder why all your "facts" stay well within that little bubble, and mine are fact checked common knowledge? I wonder why I never use left wing propaganda as my source, and you ONLY use right wing propaganda as yours? Now, let's listen to you cry about no one believing your sources.
All I get from you is

Koch Bros
Breibart
Fox News
Heritage Foundation
Mother Jones
and etc.

You've an agenda, and you're angry - exactly what the left wants. Congratulations, you've earned the title of non-independent thinker!
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#31552 Jul 16, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
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I have a wife do it for me daily.
sorry to burst your child fantasies again.
Do you deflate her or stand her up in the closet.
Old Guy

Mason, OH

#31553 Jul 16, 2014
ino wrote:
Thanks for the link. Here's how that article concludes:

"Florida Blue, which sells plans on the ACA exchange in every Florida county, did not build new networks for those plans, said Paul Kluding, a spokesman.

“Based on the contracts our providers have signed with Florida Blue, they have agreed to treat our members regardless of how they obtained their insurance coverage,’’ Kluding said.

He added that Florida Blue has not received many complaints from members about physicians refusing the company’s ACA exchange plans.

Wollschlaeger, the Aventura physician, said he believes much of this issue is due to growing pains of the health law, and that patients, physicians and insurers will learn to work together because the old system was inefficient.

“It’s a better deal than dealing with uninsured patients,’’ Wollschlaeger said.“It provides patient retention, continuity of care, the opportunity to refer patients, and ... patients come back when you want them to come back, and not when they can afford it.’’"
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#31554 Jul 16, 2014
ino wrote:
http://www.miamiherald.com/201 4/07/12/4231632/some-south-flo rida-docs-decline.html
After being without health insurance for two years, Miranda Childe of Hallandale Beach found a plan she could afford with financial aid from the government using the Affordable Care Act’s exchange.
Childe, 60, bought an HMO plan from Humana, one of the nation’s largest health insurance companies, and received a membership card in time for her coverage to kick in on May 1st.
But instead of being able to pick a primary care physician to coordinate her healthcare, Childe says she repeatedly ran into closed doors from South Florida doctors who are listed in her plan’s provider network but refused to see patients who bought their coverage on the ACA exchange.
Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/07/12/4231632...
Did you skip the parts of the article that you didn't like?
ino

Clyde, OH

#31557 Jul 16, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>Did you skip the parts of the article that you didn't like?
Do you know that when you post a link that you only post part of the article? Why would I post something I didn't like?
ino

Clyde, OH

#31558 Jul 16, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
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Thanks for the link. Here's how that article concludes:
"Florida Blue, which sells plans on the ACA exchange in every Florida county, did not build new networks for those plans, said Paul Kluding, a spokesman.
“Based on the contracts our providers have signed with Florida Blue, they have agreed to treat our members regardless of how they obtained their insurance coverage,’’ Kluding said.
He added that Florida Blue has not received many complaints from members about physicians refusing the company’s ACA exchange plans.
Wollschlaeger, the Aventura physician, said he believes much of this issue is due to growing pains of the health law, and that patients, physicians and insurers will learn to work together because the old system was inefficient.
“It’s a better deal than dealing with uninsured patients,’’ Wollschlaeger said.“It provides patient retention, continuity of care, the opportunity to refer patients, and ... patients come back when you want them to come back, and not when they can afford it.’’"
I read some on Democratic Underground raising hell about the same thing the other day. I think it is halarious if it only happens one time to any idiot that would sign up for the trash. LMAO.... don't you think it's funny too. Laugh with me
Canton

Canton, OH

#31559 Jul 16, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text> YOU are as non-racist as an old Al Jolson skit.
OBAMA is 1/2 WHITE ! Jacka$$. The fact that HE ran for pres as a Black Man & NOT ever as Biracial, or African-American, or the White 1/2 or as an 'American' did make his dumba$$ a target above & beyond the true existing racist. HE & His 'handlers' created that scenerio. Obama is the racist or he would not have campaigned only as a Black Man.
He virtually disavowed his white grandmother that raised him. He denied knowing that Wright was a racist anti-American even though he attended Wright's services for decades.
Drink the mindless kool-ade & be proud of it. You FOOL!!
Sorry. The jury already decided. Seems you racist Tea Bagger's exact quotes pretty much shut down your defensive gum flapping from here on out. I called you a bunch of racists. You guys without question proved it beyond any spin that I was absolutely correct. Case close.
Canton

Canton, OH

#31560 Jul 16, 2014
Dick for Mayor wrote:
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All I get from you is
Koch Bros
Breibart
Fox News
Heritage Foundation
Mother Jones
and etc.
You've an agenda, and you're angry - exactly what the left wants. Congratulations, you've earned the title of non-independent thinker!
I have yet to put up a link to any of that propaganda crap. Left or right. Now our Tea Bagger buddies can't take one step without linking to a Koch Brothers web site. There's the real world, then there's your cockmouth. The two have nothing to do with each other. Get it right, Bush's lil' trooper.
Canton

Canton, OH

#31561 Jul 16, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text>YOU get your info from the Kool-ade drinking voices in your head.
I wasn't aware that Scientific American, Politifact and Factcheck were offering Kool aid. Tell us more about the "Obamacare Death Panels".

Hey everyone. The right is so [email protected] retarded that they spoon fed these Lawrence Welk fans with something so stupid as an "Obamacare Death Panel" and the Tea Baggers gobbled it like a cheap floozie at a navy home coming. Imagine how absolutely pathetic a group of Tea Bagging adults would have to be to come up with "Obamacare Death Panels". That's where gum flapping adult diapers stuck to the wheel of a Hoveround like you come in , Pops. Big Daddy Koch needs more idiots like you, who are too dumb and out of touch to not easily see how stupid an "Obamacare Death Panel" is.
Canton

Canton, OH

#31562 Jul 16, 2014
talkabout wrote:
Mother always said, don't hold anything against democrats, they don't know any better :-)
3 words. Wisdom from your camp. "Obamacare Death Panels". Aaaah ha ha ha ha ha ha! Hang on while me and every thinking man in America laughs at how [email protected] stupid that sounds. It's called accountability and this age of easily accessed information is going to be teaching you Doomsday Bible bunker toddler fondlers a whole lot of lessons on making absurd claims and then not having to own up to them. Something, until recently, was all the GOP had to go on. Them days are over.

Now say it with me. "Obamacare Death Panels". Aaaaah ha ha ha ha ha ha! Go lay down, tired old Tea Bagger. You had your big day in the sun and America is STILL digging itself out of what you rightwingers inflicted on this great nation and everyone blames you guys, not the Dems.
Canton

Canton, OH

#31563 Jul 16, 2014
Obamacare Death Panels. Let's hear your "outrage" over those pesky "Obamacare Death Panels". What a bunch of inbred, racist, losers. All of America is laughing at you fringe group oil cult for Jesus flunkies on a daily basis.
ino

Clyde, OH

#31564 Jul 16, 2014
Why do you distract from present day to always talking about the past and people or TV personalities who are not significant to what is going on today? Are you trying to hide what the SOB in DC is doing along with his cult leaders?
Canton

Canton, OH

#31565 Jul 16, 2014
ino wrote:
Why do you distract from present day to always talking about the past and people or TV personalities who are not significant to what is going on today? Are you trying to hide what the SOB in DC is doing along with his cult leaders?
Now that all Americans can see exactly what the affordable care act really did, I would like to address the claim that was back by many prominent Conservatives of these "Obamacare Death Panels". I didn't make the absurd claim or believe the absurd claim. What's a matter. Don't like being held accountable for the RIDICULOUS claims your kiddie groping oil cult for Jesus comes up with? It's called accountability. Get REAL used to it, as it will be what sinks you stammering, racist, greed driven clowns.

"Death panel" is a political term that originated during the 2009 debate about federal health care legislation to cover the uninsured in the United States. The term was coined in August 2009 by Sarah Palin, the former Republican Governor of Alaska, when she charged that the proposed legislation would create a "death panel" of bureaucrats who would decide whether Americans—such as her elderly parents or children with Down syndrome—were "worthy of medical care". Palin's claim, however, was debunked, and it has been referred to as the "death panel myth",[1] as nothing in any proposed legislation would have led to individuals being judged to see if they were worthy of health care.[2] Palin's spokesperson pointed to Section 1233 of bill HR 3200 which would have paid physicians for providing voluntary counseling to Medicare patients about living wills, advance directives, and end-of-life care options.

Palin's claim was reported as false and criticized by the press, fact-checkers, academics, physicians, Democrats, and some Republicans. Other prominent Republicans such as Newt Gingrich and conservative talk radio hosts Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh and Michelle Malkin backed Palin's statement.
Canton

Canton, OH

#31566 Jul 16, 2014
Pay REAL close attention to the people who sided with such a retarded notion of an "Obamacare Death Panel". Make sure you read those names, as it is often times where you link to get your "facts". How pathetic and insulting to anyone with the ability to form rational thoughts.

"Prominent Republicans such as Newt Gingrich and conservative talk radio hosts Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh and Michelle Malkin backed Palin's statement."
Canton

Canton, OH

#31567 Jul 16, 2014
Now, let's talk about how "Obama took all of our guns away" or would you rather talk about how Obama had us all living in "FEMA Death camps"? How completely absurd.
Canton

Canton, OH

#31568 Jul 16, 2014
Accountability. No more making absurd claims like this and never having to face them again. A Conservative standard for decades. Now, thanks to the internet, you have to face each and everyone of your racist driven and completely bogus claims of the past. I'll be right here every day to make sure you finish eating all of your crow. If you think you are getting your inbred asses whooped now, wait until most of you die off under 8 years of Hillary. REAL Americans have spoken. We should outsource you Tea Baggers. I'm sure there are plenty of assholes and kooks available in 3rd world countries. That way us taxpaying, hard working Americans don't have to watch idiots like you help the corporations turn America into one.

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