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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Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#55 Nov 6, 2013
I don't have a problem interpreting the polls, and accepted that Romney by the polls never had a shot of becoming president and least of all beating Obama last Nov. Now on the other hand, those of you residing in that echo chamber rejected those polls as you try and reject the heartbreaking 22% favorability poll and the recent clock cleaning elections and defeats of Tea Party Republican candidates as proof that America has rejected with certainty the Tea Bag Republican ideas, concepts and vision for America.

Buck up, Deal with Rejection.... Your politics Suck!!!
Le Jimbo wrote:
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Yawn, about like you idiots went by the exit poles when Bush won for the second time.
conservative crapola

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#56 Nov 6, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
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I guess laughing at all those people that had premiums double and triple would be what a liberal would do.
Yeah, the teahadist run insurance companies are laughing..all the way to their bank.
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#57 Nov 6, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
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Oops now down to 39%.
Interesting, nothing about the Republicans and them drowning in the toilet at 22%, but your concern is with Obama's rating.... seems you priorities are a little misplaced.
conservative crapola

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#58 Nov 6, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
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Interesting, nothing about the Republicans and them drowning in the toilet at 22%, but your concern is with Obama's rating.... seems you priorities are a little misplaced.
He suffers from teahadism obsessive/compulsive disorder. All those spam posts since '08 and lafraud has no results to show for it.
conservative crapola

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#59 Nov 6, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
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lafraud cry-a-thon: 1 year.

hahahahahahaha

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#60 Nov 6, 2013
Khuan wrote:
Kelly is overlooking the fact of how utterly beneficial it would be for millions of low/no knowledge semi-literate gullible ignorant obama supporters to FEEL the pain of the unaffordablecare obamanation debacle in order to WAKE up and realize how stupid they've been in blindly supporting the commander-in-deceit.
They will, ethey might get a free ride on health care and a free phone, but everything they buy will go up in cost due to obamasnare
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#61 Nov 6, 2013
Well they can thank Reagan for initiating the Help Line, and Bush for modernizing the program with cell phones.

All isn't loss....... there are some lasting Republican policies to be grateful for or despise, depending on which side of the fence you sit.
Le Jimbo wrote:
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They will, ethey might get a free ride on health care and a free phone, but everything they buy will go up in cost due to obamasnare

Since: Aug 12

Buffalo, NY

#62 Nov 6, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
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.
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Your point has a lot of merit. The south has lower wages to go along with those lower taxes. Both of those are attractive to the people who profit from the re-location of economic assets.
Also attractive to those who cheerlead the race to the bottom
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#63 Nov 6, 2013
Buffalo Bull wrote:
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Your point has a lot of merit. The south has lower wages to go along with those lower taxes. Both of those are attractive to the people who profit from the re-location of economic assets.
Also attractive to those who cheerlead the race to the bottom
the Southern economic development strategy is to undercut wages and taxes in other regions of America, the same strategy taken by foreign competitors in soliciting American manufacturers with the help of the Bush taxing provisions to outsource operations to their countries.

the south funds those relocations and takes nothing from those manufacturers in terms of taxes to improve the quality of life in the south or repair and improve their infrastructures for modern conveniences.

Since: Aug 12

Buffalo, NY

#64 Nov 6, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
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the Southern economic development strategy is to undercut wages and taxes in other regions of America, the same strategy taken by foreign competitors in soliciting American manufacturers with the help of the Bush taxing provisions to outsource operations to their countries.
the south funds those relocations and takes nothing from those manufacturers in terms of taxes to improve the quality of life in the south or repair and improve their infrastructures for modern conveniences.
As you had previously pointed out because of those policies GOP controlled states withdraw more from the US treasury, in effect letting the US gov't make up some of the difference in labor costs, in federal and state tax codes the are provisions helping to defray the cost of a move. further burdening the treasury.
And as jobs flow south so does population growth, creating new southern congressional districts. Assuring that there will be political muscle to back it all up
They have gamed the system...

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#65 Nov 6, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
<quoted text>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.
You must hAve a great garden with all the fertilizer you spread.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#66 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.
Yawn.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#68 Nov 6, 2013
conservative crapola wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, the teahadist run insurance companies are laughing..all the way to their bank.
Insurance companies pay Obama's golf fees.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#69 Nov 6, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
<quoted text>Well they can thank Reagan for initiating the Help Line, and Bush for modernizing the program with cell phones.

All isn't loss....... there are some lasting Republican policies to be grateful for or despise, depending on which side of the fence you sit.
As usual your distortion is pathetic and weak. Bots always blame others.

Since: Oct 08

Avondale Estates, GA

#71 Nov 6, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
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.
<quoted text>
so you don't trust Forbes...who do you trust, Mother Jones.....Rolling Stone? Newsweak?

Since: Oct 08

Avondale Estates, GA

#72 Nov 6, 2013
Buffalo Bull wrote:
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As you had previously pointed out because of those policies GOP controlled states withdraw more from the US treasury, in effect letting the US gov't make up some of the difference in labor costs, in federal and state tax codes the are provisions helping to defray the cost of a move. further burdening the treasury.
And as jobs flow south so does population growth, creating new southern congressional districts. Assuring that there will be political muscle to back it all up
They have gamed the system...
who gets the influx of retirees from all over....the South, or Buffalo?
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#73 Nov 6, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
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so you don't trust Forbes...who do you trust, Mother Jones.....Rolling Stone? Newsweak?
My own research of the issue.

That article was incomplete and never broached the issue of wages and federal funding in the South.

Since: Aug 12

Buffalo, NY

#74 Nov 6, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
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who gets the influx of retirees from all over....the South, or Buffalo?
That is also true along with what I said the net effect of employees seeking cheap labor and labor chasing jobs inflate southern and southwestern congressional rosters.
More than a few in my family have moved out ...go west young man go west

Since: Oct 13

Location hidden

#75 Nov 6, 2013
Thought I'd visit and see what these sites are all about.

Won't make that mistake again.

Oooh your all so intelligent

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#76 Nov 7, 2013
ha ha wrote:
<quoted text>Take a nice long nap Le dumb-dumb – inconvenient facts clearly make you sleepy.

<< chuckle >>
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