Republican Ayotte seeks 'time out' on...

Republican Ayotte seeks 'time out' on Obamacare as anxieties grow

There are 71 comments on the Reuters story from Nov 3, 2013, titled Republican Ayotte seeks 'time out' on Obamacare as anxieties grow. In it, Reuters reports that:

Republican Senator Kelly Ayotte wants to press "pause" on rolling out the U.S. healthcare reform law as anxiety grows about troubles with the federal website for buying insurance and possibly low numbers of people signing up for coverage.

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Since: Aug 12

Buffalo, NY

#32 Nov 5, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
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that's awesome, and y all are such gracious winners too...but one last question, will it be free to everybody, or just free to some, and verrryyyy expensive to others?
Why thank you for that complement...
From the bottom of my heart I have to say that six years ago the GOP had barely learned how to lose...But my how you all have progressed, you have become very good at it...

We have only started...
Don't forget the President stressed how open he was to constructive changes to ACA..
Face it there are two choices for the GOP either another foolish and futile exercise in self mutilation or Call the Presidents bluff

Since: Aug 12

Buffalo, NY

#33 Nov 5, 2013
LoLBama wrote:
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To all scumbag Democrats who created & voted this monstrosity into existence....thus ruining the lives of millions and millions of middle-class families, we'll see you at the midterm elections, & it won't be pretty.
I agree it won't be pretty...
And we both know it will be the GOP who will supply the ugly

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#34 Nov 5, 2013
Buffalo Bull wrote:
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Why thank you for that complement...
From the bottom of my heart I have to say that six years ago the GOP had barely learned how to lose...But my how you all have progressed, you have become very good at it...
We have only started...
Don't forget the President stressed how open he was to constructive changes to ACA..
Face it there are two choices for the GOP either another foolish and futile exercise in self mutilation or Call the Presidents bluff
did we learn to lose, or did you guys just finally get enough non taxpayers to tip the scales? that 47% is hard to beat, congrats. But you didn't answer the question, will it be free for some, and very expensive for others? I think we all know the answer, so don't bother, you would just tiptoe around the true answer anyway. Enjoy, hobnob with Hillary soon, and let us know when you run out of other peoples money....
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#35 Nov 5, 2013
Yea like the Polls that forecast Romney would get thumped against Obama in Nov that similarly was rejected by the supporters of the GOP..... no, we can't trust the polls to give an honest projection of what's to come... so pay no attention to the 22% favorability rating the polls forecast for the Republicans in congress and their ideas for America.
Tracker wrote:
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Yeah, yeah ric. Don't forget now that we're talking about polls and we all know that the democratic pollsters know exactly where to go to go to find that big chunk of obama's base which consists of all of those obama supporters/takers on medicaid wanting some of that free subsidized unaffordablecare who will always vote for more obama freebies paid for by the producers.
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#36 Nov 5, 2013
Did the residents of Georgia make some Financial contribution today to the U.S Treasury, because for the last 10 years they've not contributed one dime in Income Taxes to the Treasury.

What portion of that 47% you always refer to does Georgia represent?

Seems to anyone paying attention that if your concerns were valid with regard to non tax payers in America, you would be trying to get your house in Georgia in order.
inbred Genius wrote:
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did we learn to lose, or did you guys just finally get enough non taxpayers to tip the scales? that 47% is hard to beat, congrats. But you didn't answer the question, will it be free for some, and very expensive for others? I think we all know the answer, so don't bother, you would just tiptoe around the true answer anyway. Enjoy, hobnob with Hillary soon, and let us know when you run out of other peoples money....

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#38 Nov 5, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
Did the residents of Georgia make some Financial contribution today to the U.S Treasury, because for the last 10 years they've not contributed one dime in Income Taxes to the Treasury.
What portion of that 47% you always refer to does Georgia represent?
Seems to anyone paying attention that if your concerns were valid with regard to non tax payers in America, you would be trying to get your house in Georgia in order.
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Georgia has most of its non taxpayers safely ensconced inside the congo bypass. they are no threat to you, unless you venture in after dark.

Since: Aug 12

Buffalo, NY

#41 Nov 5, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
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did we learn to lose, or did you guys just finally get enough non taxpayers to tip the scales? that 47% is hard to beat, congrats. But you didn't answer the question, will it be free for some, and very expensive for others? I think we all know the answer, so don't bother, you would just tiptoe around the true answer anyway. Enjoy, hobnob with Hillary soon, and let us know when you run out of other peoples money....
You guys have made great strides in perfecting the art of the loss. Look at the effort that was put into the last legislative defeat, the shakedown, err... shutdown. Not since the fall of imperial Japan has the world seen ritualized suicide practiced with such zest.
If you guys cling to your favorite scapegoats so strongly you'll never win. Put aside that 47% stuff, bury that desicated MSM excuse and embrace reality . The country is sick of the far right, it's the rabid spittle on congressional chins, if the GOP comes to the center it will win, there are too many Democrats who are beginning to believe they can't lose.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#42 Nov 5, 2013
Buffalo Bull wrote:
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You guys have made great strides in perfecting the art of the loss. Look at the effort that was put into the last legislative defeat, the shakedown, err... shutdown. Not since the fall of imperial Japan has the world seen ritualized suicide practiced with such zest.
If you guys cling to your favorite scapegoats so strongly you'll never win. Put aside that 47% stuff, bury that desicated MSM excuse and embrace reality . The country is sick of the far right, it's the rabid spittle on congressional chins, if the GOP comes to the center it will win, there are too many Democrats who are beginning to believe they can't lose.
if the country is sick of the far right, they'll love the far left...if they can afford it.
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#43 Nov 5, 2013
I don't think it matters whether they're located off the bypass or in those Low Lands in and around Dade or the Camden Swamps, the fact remains Georgia is full of free loading leeches..... living off the sweat and work of Northern Liberals.

I don't think there's much of a distinction where the leeches reside in Georgia all equally ride free.
inbred Genius wrote:
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Georgia has most of its non taxpayers safely ensconced inside the congo bypass. they are no threat to you, unless you venture in after dark.
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#44 Nov 5, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
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if the country is sick of the far right, they'll love the far left...if they can afford it.
Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture

STATES WITH HIGHEST SNAP PARTICIPATION

Mississippi -- 22 percent

New Mexico -- 21 percent

Oregon -- 21 percent

Kentucky -- 20 percent

Louisiana -- 20 percent

Tennessee -- 20 percent

Alabama -- 19 percent

Georgia -- 19 percent

Maine -- 19 percent

There are all Republican leaning Red States......

Seems in Georgia the further away from the Atlanta Metropolitan area you get the greater the dependency on Government Handouts.

Since: Aug 12

Buffalo, NY

#45 Nov 6, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
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if the country is sick of the far right, they'll love the far left...if they can afford it.
The country doesn't want either extreme. The voter will have brief flirtations with the far right or the far left but those affections are short lived. Currently the GOP is the party that is viewed as the extreme party it will cost them. However as sure as the sun goes down, the Democrats will over play their hands and the voters will punish them.
America is not a liberal country nor is it a right winged country.
America is a centrist nation.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#46 Nov 6, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>that's awesome, and y all are such gracious winners too...but one last question, will it be free to everybody, or just free to some, and verrryyyy expensive to others?
They don't believe in the constitution.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#47 Nov 6, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>hmmmmmmm Obama is down from 42 to 40% in two days........surprise.

GIBBS:'Certainly' Wrong to Promise People Could Keep Their Health Care Plans... Obama's own mouth piece.........sorry pookie.
Oops now down to 39%.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#49 Nov 6, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
<quoted text>An Agent is not synonymous with Insurance Company, You are lying, It is not possible to have a 27 year policy that has not increased in premium pricing in 27 years.

You had a membership in some bogus Health Care discount program, those membership sold to you as insurance that covers nothing when you need medical treatment. They're sold on television all the time. Specifically looking to take advantage of uneducated and ill informed consumers.

See the less you say about you real life experiences, the more intelligent you appear to be.
You don't know what I hAve moron, and besides, I said minimal increases. I have had the same two companies for health care one for 27 years State Farm and the other IHS for longer.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#48 Nov 6, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
<quoted text>
Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture
STATES WITH HIGHEST SNAP PARTICIPATION
Mississippi -- 22 percent
New Mexico -- 21 percent
Oregon -- 21 percent
Kentucky -- 20 percent
Louisiana -- 20 percent
Tennessee -- 20 percent
Alabama -- 19 percent
Georgia -- 19 percent
Maine -- 19 percent
There are all Republican leaning Red States......
Seems in Georgia the further away from the Atlanta Metropolitan area you get the greater the dependency on Government Handouts.
maybe you should read the Forbes article on todays yahoo page about how the south is winning the industrial revolution. Bunch of cities and states are mentioned, but nothing about Newport News.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#50 Nov 6, 2013
conservative crapola wrote:
<quoted text>"I have not had any increases other than minimal"

bwahahahahahahahahahaha
I guess laughing at all those people that had premiums double and triple would be what a liberal would do.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#51 Nov 6, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
<quoted text>Yea like the Polls that forecast Romney would get thumped against Obama in Nov that similarly was rejected by the supporters of the GOP..... no, we can't trust the polls to give an honest projection of what's to come... so pay no attention to the 22% favorability rating the polls forecast for the Republicans in congress and their ideas for America.
Yawn, about like you idiots went by the exit poles when Bush won for the second time.
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#52 Nov 6, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
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They don't believe in the constitution.
That's odd, why is it then that everytime there is a reversal issued on a violation of Constitutional provisions, which are written into the Constitution, it's been legislation crafted and approved by Republican and Republican Tea Bag inspired legislators around the country?
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#53 Nov 6, 2013
Because Forbes is a third party opinion and not direct data outlining the accurate financial drain on America.

And the information in Forbes doesn't contradict the obvious, and that's Southern citizens are paid lower wages and have lower incomes and don't pay income taxes or earn enough to carry their own financial obligations for the amount of social funding required to make those states habitable.

The Southern Industrial Revolution report doesn't change the income of residents in Georgia, nor does is decrease the number of
Georgians from depending on Northern Liberals to feed and house them. Georgians along with any number of Red leaning Republican backing states still send no financial contribution to the U.S Treasury.
inbred Genius wrote:
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maybe you should read the Forbes article on todays yahoo page about how the south is winning the industrial revolution. Bunch of cities and states are mentioned, but nothing about Newport News.
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#54 Nov 6, 2013
I know what you said, and I still stand by the concept you're lying. You as most individuals who couldn't afford comprehensive coverage were to embarrassed by that fact. You didn't have comprehensive health care coverage if you had not experienced substantial premium increases over the last 15 years unjustifiably.

You had one of the sham Health Care discount membership sold to unsophisticated consumers as Health Care Insurance.

Typical discounts that covered nothing, that consumers did not know until they required real insurance after an intensive medical procedure that eventually drove them into bankruptcy.

That's been the crux of the problem in America with the Insurance industry for better than 20 years and the very issue behind Health Care reform to begin with.
Le Jimbo wrote:
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You don't know what I hAve moron, and besides, I said minimal increases. I have had the same two companies for health care one for 27 years State Farm and the other IHS for longer.

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