OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, Sta...

OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, State Question 756

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 11, 2010

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Agnostic

Oklahoma City, OK

#57760 Jan 13, 2014
Awe, how disappointing that 2.2 million enrolled at the exchanges in December.

But because of Republican disinformation, the American people think that Obamacare and the ACA are two different programs.

They also don't know that they will still get health insurance from an insurance company.

The also believe Death Panels are real...

We're not worried, the truth will prevail...

And the Republicans will fail...

But you tea pots will still do the job the Koch Brothers created you for....to kill Obamacare...and you believed that Taxed Enough Already crap...no matter that taxes are the lowest in the US than they have ever been...
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#57761 Jan 13, 2014
Maddy wrote:
<quoted text>
You're welcome. Follow the money is always the best investigative procedure! Since you are very familiar with the Chicago area I'm sure you probably knew who these people were in the structure of Chicago's connections to politics/business. The killing of this slumlord sounds like a mob hit.


Yes Indeed, always the money.

Absolutely not surprised of the known and unknown players... so typical of Chicago, lol.
Agnostic

Oklahoma City, OK

#57762 Jan 13, 2014
Packing Heat wrote:
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Ooops... Sorry.
www.google.com
Ha ha

Your too friggen lazy to provide links to your non-existent post...

That's because your post is a lie...through and through...
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#57763 Jan 13, 2014
Agnostic wrote:
Correction
Once you get us back to working 7 days a week


Nope, Correction again.

Breaking News: Due to Obamacare...
All hours have been reduced to 25 hours max.

New Schedule:
Must all be complete in 4 days
M - 6 hrs
T - 6 hrs
W - 6 hrs
T - 7 hrs
F - off
S - off
S - off
Agnostic

Oklahoma City, OK

#57764 Jan 13, 2014
Rich GOP Donor Gets Lawmaker to Draft a Bill to Lower His Child Support Payments

After Michael Eisenga, a wealthy GOP donor and Wisconsin business owner, failed to convince several courts to lower his child support payments, he came up with an inventive plan Bhe recruited a Republican state legislator to rewrite Wisconsin law in his favor.

A set of documents unearthed Saturday by the Wisconsin State Journal shows Eisenga and his lawyer, William Smiley, supplying detailed instructions to Republican state Rep. Joel Kleefisch on how to word legislation capping child support payments from the wealthy. Kleefisch began work on the legislation last fall, weeks after an appeals court rejected Eisenga's attempts to lower his child support payments.

http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2014/01/gop-d...
Bud

United States

#57765 Jan 13, 2014
Karen how in the hell can a non-existent post be a lie?

ROFLMAO.
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#57767 Jan 13, 2014
Agnostic wrote:
Awe, how disappointing that 2.2 million enrolled at the exchanges in December.

But you tea pots will still do the job the Koch Brothers created you for....to kill Obamacare...and you believed that Taxed Enough Already crap...no matter that taxes are the lowest in the US than they have ever been...

And the libtards think these numbers are great, lol.

How much money did Soros give you to post this?

I guess Abe Lincoln was right...

"Fool some the people some of the time, Not all the people all of the time."

Obamacare is a train wreck that will happen, no help needed, watch.
Bud

United States

#57768 Jan 13, 2014
After you answer that one then please share with this thread how much you're paying your employees after the big raise you should have given them in January?
Agnostic

Oklahoma City, OK

#57770 Jan 13, 2014
GOP rep: Require food stamp recipients to work

And Walmart workers say "We already have a job...

And so do the other government subsidized corporation workers in the US....."We have a job too."

Yes but Republicans want you now to work 7 days a week and hold 2 jobs and raise a family....and put those kiddies to work as well...slacker family..
Agnostic

Oklahoma City, OK

#57771 Jan 13, 2014
You have been told the last 5 years that the Obama administration was going to knock on your door and get your guns.

For the last 5 years gun and ammo manufactures have enjoyed record profits...

How does it feel to be played for suckers?
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#57772 Jan 13, 2014
Agnostic wrote:
<quoted text>
Ha ha
Your too friggen lazy to provide links to your non-existent post...
That's because your post is a lie...through and through...


Pot and kettle much?

You fat lazy libtard! Stop stuffing your pie-hole long enough to do a quick search and refute what I posted.

Seems the Courts and Congress have been saying it for years.

Try This:
https://www.google.com/#q=Court+says+Obama+ac...

You all can pretend majority doesn't belive it but they are now living the nightmare and will correct this wrong in November, watch... FACT.
The more that are forcaed off what they had the more votes your party can kiss good-bye.

See how this works Karen?
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#57773 Jan 13, 2014
believe... not belive, spell nazi, lol.
Bud

United States

#57774 Jan 13, 2014
Agnostic wrote:
Rich GOP Donor Gets Lawmaker to Draft a Bill to Lower His Child Support Payments
After Michael Eisenga, a wealthy GOP donor and Wisconsin business owner, failed to convince several courts to lower his child support payments, he came up with an inventive plan Bhe recruited a Republican state legislator to rewrite Wisconsin law in his favor.
A set of documents unearthed Saturday by the Wisconsin State Journal shows Eisenga and his lawyer, William Smiley, supplying detailed instructions to Republican state Rep. Joel Kleefisch on how to word legislation capping child support payments from the wealthy. Kleefisch began work on the legislation last fall, weeks after an appeals court rejected Eisenga's attempts to lower his child support payments.
http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2014/01/gop-d...
Well damn he should have asked the legislation to be written with a clause which made it retro-active!
Agnostic

Oklahoma City, OK

#57775 Jan 13, 2014
Packing Heat wrote:
<quoted text>
And the libtards think these numbers are great, lol.
How much money did Soros give you to post this?
I guess Abe Lincoln was right...
"Fool some the people some of the time, Not all the people all of the time."
Obamacare is a train wreck that will happen, no help needed, watch.
Talked to some people today about Obamacare....

Especially the ones that are working but would have been able to qualify for expanded Medicaid..

I couldn't believe how many DID NOT know that they would still be buying insurance from an insurance company...

Their eyes will open...

All you have to ask is do you like paying for ambulance service on your utility bill?

98% do like it..

And when they spend some time with the ACA...we'll be able to go to Medicare for all...it's just a matter of time....

Like always...you'll lose again....
Agnostic

Oklahoma City, OK

#57776 Jan 13, 2014
What so funny about Heat...he thinks George Soros is the only wealthy Dem....

And that he pays us..

HA HA

Nobody has to pay me.....I know the Right is full of crap and that stupidity thrives there...

In fact, I would be embarrassed to be a Righty...

That's just code for ignorant, uneducated and uninformed...
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#57777 Jan 13, 2014
Agnostic wrote:
GOP rep: Require food stamp recipients to work
And Walmart workers say "We already have a job...
And so do the other government subsidized corporation workers in the US....."We have a job too."
Yes but Republicans want you now to work 7 days a week and hold 2 jobs and raise a family....and put those kiddies to work as well...slacker family..


Do you want to feed these people indefinately and have them charges of the state, or do you want to help them get back on their feet and teach them to feed themselves and be self-sufficient?

Many unfortunately will resist being required to be self-sufficient and always want handouts, lacking initiative and discipline. I guess as always the carrot and stick approach.

Everyone who receives food stamps or welfare could actually subsist all on their own if they simply weren't lazy and put out the effort, period!

Perhaps not everyone but, certainly most of them could.

You're really are far too stupid for mere words when you can't understand this!
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#57778 Jan 13, 2014
Has anyone seen the movie "Lone Survivor". It is about Navy Seal and going into Afghanistan and their duty was called "Operation Red Wings" and it has something to do with the "Rules of Engagement" (ROE).
I was wondering about "Rules of Engagement" what it is exactly. Where I am looking I am not getting much. Can someone help me out?
Bud

United States

#57779 Jan 13, 2014
Agnostic wrote:
<quoted text>
Talked to some people today about Obamacare....
Especially the ones that are working but would have been able to qualify for expanded Medicaid..
I couldn't believe how many DID NOT know that they would still be buying insurance from an insurance company...
Their eyes will open...
All you have to ask is do you like paying for ambulance service on your utility bill?
98% do like it..
And when they spend some time with the ACA...we'll be able to go to Medicare for all...it's just a matter of time....
Like always...you'll lose again....
Yep just as soon as Elizabeth Warren is president.
Agnostic

Oklahoma City, OK

#57780 Jan 13, 2014
Freezing for Wal-Mart: Sub-zero warehouse temperatures spur Indiana work stoppage

Amid polar vortex and state of emergency, workers defied a boss who told them to stay on the job even though the building had temperatures in the minus range..

That's why Unions will come back....

Treating your workers like slaves...Unions are the answer to put a stop to the abuse.
Lisa

United States

#57781 Jan 13, 2014
Narrowing a network means limiting patient choice of doctors and hospitals in an effort to cut costs. A McKinsey and Co. study says that 38% of Obamacare plans allow patients to choose from only 30% of the 20 largest hospitals in their geographic regions, with another 32% leaving patients 31%-70% of these.

Even Obamacare supporter Timothy Jost, who writes for Health Affairs, concedes Obamacare enrollees will be "unhappy to learn that their doctors are not available and shocked to discover charges from out-of-network specialists when they go to in-network hospitals."

The controversial Obamacare program remains overwhelmingly unpopular; the latest RealClearPolitics average of polls finds just 40% of Americans support President Barack Obama's signature legislative achievement.

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