its the law

Sardinia, OH

#1140 Oct 9, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
I stopped in Lexington today to pay a visit to my Kentucky Senators. You know them, Mitch McConnell, and Rand Paul.
As I pulled off of Harrodsburg Road onto Corporate Drive, I noticed the parking lot was nearly empty. I pulled up to 771 Corporate Drive. I went into that big ole office building.
There were signs everywhere.
DUE to the HOUSE and House Speaker John Boehner, we are CLOSED, until the House gets off it's dead ass.
those two bums don't need an office McConnell has been living off the tax payers for 30+ years hell let him work from his garage.
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#1141 Oct 9, 2013
its the law wrote:
<quoted text> those two bums don't need an office McConnell has been living off the tax payers for 30+ years hell let him work from his garage.
I wish you could see that office my friend. When I say Corporate, what does that tell you? I will take a photo and put it on here. There is no telling the thousands of dollars that office cost a month. I believe it had Lexington Bank on the top. Would you like to guess the amount of money a month for the bottom floor.

I read Mitch had taken in $24,000,000 in 6 years. Inside trading information. He went in worth 55 - 70,000 today 200-250,000,000.Think about those rich dudes. No wonder they spend millions of dollars of donation to win.

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

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#1142 Oct 9, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
<quoted text>
I wish you could see that office my friend. When I say Corporate, what does that tell you? I will take a photo and put it on here. There is no telling the thousands of dollars that office cost a month. I believe it had Lexington Bank on the top. Would you like to guess the amount of money a month for the bottom floor.
I read Mitch had taken in $24,000,000 in 6 years. Inside trading information. He went in worth 55 - 70,000 today 200-250,000,000.Think about those rich dudes. No wonder they spend millions of dollars of donation to win.
Do you live in a tobacco barn?
That office building is not remarkable in the least.

“I luv Canton”

Since: Sep 13

The 57th state

#1143 Oct 9, 2013
its the law wrote:
<quoted text> those two bums don't need an office McConnell has been living off the tax payers for 30+ years hell let him work from his garage.
Speaking of the law.

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/obamacare-la...

The Latest CR by the house of representatives allows for the funding of the Government in it's entirety including Obamacare without delay and merely calls for the enforcement of Obamacare as the original law was written which was passed by both houses of congress in the dead of night on Chrismas eve to avoid the incoming Republican House majority on Jan 1st.

Obama changed the law illegally by executive fiat to give exclusions to big business and unions while still holding the middle class and the poor liable for having Insurance or paying a penalty to the IRS.

A man of the people huh.......

“I luv Canton”

Since: Sep 13

The 57th state

#1144 Oct 9, 2013
Oh and of course the exclusion given to congress also by Obama......

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142412788...
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#1145 Oct 9, 2013
What the People need to do, is go up to Washington, and take back what they have paid for and install some people that will run the Government like you run your home, or a business.

What is going on, everyone up there is:

1. Suck every dollar they can.

2. Help their friends to become wealthy.

3. Screw the taxpayers

4. It is time to bring out the Term Limit.

5. If you are a multi-millionaire. Let them work for FREE.

6. Term Limit for the Supreme Court.

7. Why do you think Warren Buffett is hanging around Obama? He isn't making donations. He is getting info on what to invest in. His goal isn't to give his fortune away. It is to be the world's richest man.

“Bullsh*% Detector Enabled”

Since: Dec 08

Brooklyn, New York

#1147 Oct 10, 2013
Neutral Party wrote:
And to think, Oblamo at the last minute cancelled his trip abroad. Just think, he won't even talk to the Republicans yet will talk to Assad, the new Iranian President and many other leaders.

Why? Because he can't discuss his reasoning with his opposition. Can't defend a failed healthcare plan whose website can't stay up. Can't justify why so many contributors got exemptions yet keeps the mandate for the individual.

Even James Hoffa Jr. says it stinks!!!!!

So Oblamo can go abroad and act like a big shot but can't even handle the boys on his own block. No wonder Putin took Barack gonads and won't give them back.

Looks like Michelle has a bigger set anyway.
Sheep speak...

The flood of people hitting to AHC site is a problem for the servers...I bet it's not all democrats looking for health care...

You crying about Putin with your tongue in his ass, is cute. You should move there and see how much Putin cares for your "I hate America" rhetoric...If Obama had handled it aggressively, you sheep would call him the "angry black man" and you know it... Putin doesn't want the US involved in Iraq and Assad...Putin and Assad are dating. Your faux news crew has been lying to you, sheep.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#1150 Oct 11, 2013
Black Rhino wrote:
<quoted text>
As it is a law and upheld by the Supreme Court, maybe you should cry to them...Until then as Romney was able to induct it into his state, let's see what the ACA does nationally, sheep.
A commonwealth of 6 million vs a nation of 317 million. A commonwealth with a history of highly restrictive insurance laws dating back over 40 years. Use what little sense you have, boy.
Black Rhino wrote:

Wipe your tears and grow up. It's going to happen.
If the events of the past ten days are any indication, it's not going to happen. The incompetence is breathtaking and the anger from the public is frightening the left.
Obamacare (ACA my ass...there's nothing affordable about it) is DOA.
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#1151 Oct 11, 2013
By a 22-point margin (53 percent to 31 percent), the public blames the Republican Party more for the shutdown than President Barack Obama a wider margin of blame for the GOP than the party received during the poll during the last shutdown in 1995-96.

House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio departs the Capitol in Washington, Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013, en route to the White House to a meeting with President Barack Obama.

I thought he was through talking?

Just 24 percent of respondents have a favorable opinion about the GOP, and only 21 percent have a favorable view of the Tea Party, which are both at all-time lows in the history of poll.
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#1152 Oct 11, 2013
Cry Republicans Cry. Your boy Boehner, and your Tea Party loon Cruz, have dug a great hole for you to lie your way out of.

Your shut down backfired on you.

Obamacare is the law. Millions want to sign on.

It passed the House.

It passed the Senate.

The Supreme Court said it was constitutional.

ObamaCare is law!

Long Live Obama!
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#1153 Oct 11, 2013
The people are tired of paying for someone that has no insurance.

They want assurance they can get health insurance, even though they have pre-existing conditions, that before ObamaCare, they could not.

ObamaCare popularity has gone up 7%, since Government shutdown.

“I luv Canton”

Since: Sep 13

The 57th state

#1154 Oct 11, 2013
Black Rhino wrote:
<quoted text>
As it is a law and upheld by the Supreme Court, maybe you should cry to them...Until then as Romney was able to induct it into his state, let's see what the ACA does nationally, sheep.
Wipe your tears and grow up. It's going to happen.
(CNN)-- In its ruling last week on the national health care law, the Supreme Court found that penalties the law places on people who don't buy health insurance count as a tax protected by the Constitution.
The Obama administration had argued that the fees should be considered a penalty. But the government also argued that the individual mandate can be viewed as constitutional under Congress' powers of taxation.
The high court rejected the "penalty" argument.
"The payment is not so high that there is really no choice but to buy health insurance; the payment is not limited to willful violations, as penalties for unlawful acts often are; and the payment is collected solely by the (Internal Revenue Service) through the normal means of taxation," Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in the decision.

http://www.cnn.com/2012/07/05/politics/scotus...

Yet another tax on the middle class and the poor; yet big business, unions and both houses of congress enjoy an illegal waiver by executive fiat......enjoy

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#1155 Oct 11, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
The people are tired of paying for someone that has no insurance.
Instead, the people want to pay for EVERYONE's insurance.

/s
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#1156 Oct 11, 2013
-tip- wrote:
<quoted text>
Instead, the people want to pay for EVERYONE's insurance.
/s
I said the Republicans would start the lies.
Cruz is at 14% approval.
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#1161 Oct 11, 2013
Chucky wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey Pale, how did your BFF Johnny do in court today?
This isn't the place to find out about a Court Case you stupid fool.

This is for gossip!
Pale Rider

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#1162 Oct 12, 2013
It looks like the Republicans have lost again. They got on buses "cowed down" with their heads hanging down.

President Obama, help us get out of this damn mess we got ourselves into will you? We used Ted Cruz, we used John "bonehead" Boehner and the House nearly stopped the Government in dead in its tracks. But then we were so stupid, the World War II Vets, made the mistake of heading into town and wanted to see the Washington Monument, it was closed. Next we are the ones getting accused of not paying for funerals of those killed in Afghanistan. Next our people are miffed that our offices are closed around the all of the States. Our damn ratings have fallen through the roof. Give us something to make us look like a winner will you? Hell no one will vote for us in 2014. Mitch McConnell has raised $17,000,000 to get reelected in Kentucky, he may lose his Senate seat. HELP! We have distanced ourselves from John McCain. From that no good George W. Bush. From the loser Mitt Romney. From all of those that were front runners. Remember that bunch? Who could forget Herman Cain? Front Runner for 1 week. Then 1 woman stepped forward, then another, and another. Poor old Herman, had to bow out. Let just cut to the chase. The Republicans don't have any candidates. No answers. No solutions. Nothing. Nothing but a parade of losers, from one year to the next.
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#1163 Oct 12, 2013
April 25, 2006

LQQK at the DATE ABOVE 6 years, 4 months and 4 days after being sworn in as the 43rd President. The man that said: "I am a UNITER, not a DIVIDER." The man that tore AMERICA apart. The man that did more harm in EIGHT YEARS then any PRESIDENT in HISTORY!

1. Does Bush have the right answers for the country in general? yes NO

No 78% L@@K at that 78%

Yes 22%

2. Does Bush have the right answers on gas prices?

yes NO

No 80%

Yes 20%

3. Does Bush have the right answers on immigration reform? yes NO

No 75%

Yes 25%

4. Does Bush have the right answers on Iraq? yes NO

No 78%

Yes 22%

5. What rating would you give Bush's overall job performance? Excellent Good Fair POOR

Poor 75% 75% think he did a POOR JOB.

Good 10%

April 25, 2006
Pale Rider

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#1164 Oct 12, 2013
Do the whipped down by Obama Republicans have any answer's?

NO

24% approval and falling!

“Bullsh*% Detector Enabled”

Since: Dec 08

Brooklyn, New York

#1166 Oct 12, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>A commonwealth of 6 million vs a nation of 317 million. A commonwealth with a history of highly restrictive insurance laws dating back over 40 years. Use what little sense you have, boy.Black Rhino wrote, "
Wipe your tears and grow up. It's going to happen."

If the events of the past ten days are any indication, it's not going to happen. The incompetence is breathtaking and the anger from the public is frightening the left.
Obamacare (ACA my ass...there's nothing affordable about it) is DOA.
This fear mongering rant should fuel the other sheep...Don't bother looking at the true cause of the shutdown or the bullies heading up this witch hunt.

Since: Dec 10

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#1168 Oct 13, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
The people are tired of paying for someone that has no insurance.
They want assurance they can get health insurance, even though they have pre-existing conditions, that before ObamaCare, they could not.
ObamaCare popularity has gone up 7%, since Government shutdown.
Guess what? You're still going to be paying for their healthcare because they're going to get 100% subsidies; AKA FREE HEALTHCARE.

Any time you hear the word "subsidy," that's their code word for "government handout."

Nothing has changed except that those of us who had good insurance are losing it AND giving total control of our lives over to the government.

barrycare is a bad deal all the way around.

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