Supreme Court hands President Obama a...

Supreme Court hands President Obama a major victory on health care

There are 3709 comments on the Washington Post story from Jun 28, 2012, titled Supreme Court hands President Obama a major victory on health care. In it, Washington Post reports that:

The Supreme Court's decision to uphold President Obama's healthcare law amounts to a massive political win for the incumbent, an independent validation of the single most prominent - and controversial - accomplishment of his first four years in office.

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#4343 Nov 7, 2012
Nice to see America making the right choice. Romney didn't deserve the presidency; who wants to see a man who has never experienced hardship try to lead a country in difficult times. Romney would probably have done the same things the conservatives have done in the UK and cripple the poor. It's the same with any type of conservative government: the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.

Read more: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/world-...

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#4344 Nov 7, 2012
God Bless the Belfast Telegraph and Northern Ireland

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#4345 Nov 7, 2012
swedenforever wrote:
Nice to see America making the right choice.
Someone owes me $10,000.

I see you responded first...

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#4346 Nov 8, 2012
swedenforever wrote:
Nice to see America making the right choice. Romney didn't deserve the presidency; who wants to see a man who has never experienced hardship try to lead a country in difficult times. Romney would probably have done the same things the conservatives have done in the UK and cripple the poor. It's the same with any type of conservative government: the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.
Read more: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/world-...
How the heck do you know what he experienced? "You can't strengthen the poor, by weakening the rich". Go back to Sweden and straighten out that country? Better yet don't, just move to Cuba..

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#4347 Nov 8, 2012
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Someone owes me $10,000.
I see you responded first...
Could it be Rick Perry?-lol!

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#4348 Nov 8, 2012
Chicagoan by Birth wrote:
<quoted text>How the heck do you know what he experienced? "You can't strengthen the poor, by weakening the rich". Go back to Sweden and straighten out that country? Better yet don't, just move to Cuba..
I have a job to do here 1st-and I'm a proud neo-marxist you looser!

"I like firing people", "corporations are people too..", "my wife owns a couple of Cadillacs", "my best friends are Nascar owners"-I know, he was flip-flopping?

and it was a copy-not my words you idiot

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#4349 Nov 8, 2012
swedenforever wrote:
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I have a job to do here 1st-and I'm a proud neo-marxist you looser!
"I like firing people", "corporations are people too..", "my wife owns a couple of Cadillacs", "my best friends are Nascar owners"-I know, he was flip-flopping?
and it was a copy-not my words you idiot
Gee Whiz, a neo marxist, whoda thunk it? We do like how you run your thoughts together. A scattered mind, and Obamabot and an illegal alien all rolled into one Blonde dithering idiot, Wow....

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#4351 Mar 20, 2013
Chicagoan by Birth wrote:
<quoted text>Gee Whiz, a neo marxist, whoda thunk it? We do like how you run your thoughts together. A scattered mind, and Obamabot and an illegal alien all rolled into one Blonde dithering idiot, Wow....
maybe the Kinservatives can win a presidential election in 20-?, 30-?,40-?...lol!

Prez Bush really hurt the GOPigs for a decade..wow

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#4352 Mar 21, 2013
swedenforever wrote:
<quoted text>maybe the Kinservatives can win a presidential election in 20-?, 30-?,40-?...lol!

Prez Bush really hurt the GOPigs for a decade..wow
It has nothing to do with Bush. It has everything to do with the ever increasing number of cradle to gravers, and government employees. Who on government handouts is going to vote for decreasing government handouts? Who that works for the government is going to vote for smaller government?
The government employees and government handout recipients already outnumber the taxpayers. For THAT reason, there will be no more Republican Presidents elected until those paying the taxes that fund government handouts and government salaries or pensions, put their foot down. By the time they decide to do that, revolution will be the only viable option.
CraigFugate

Rochester, KY

#4353 Mar 21, 2013
Prep-for-Dep wrote:
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It has nothing to do with Bush. It has everything to do with the ever increasing number of cradle to gravers, and government employees. Who on government handouts is going to vote for decreasing government handouts? Who that works for the government is going to vote for smaller government?
The government employees and government handout recipients already outnumber the taxpayers. For THAT reason, there will be no more Republican Presidents elected until those paying the taxes that fund government handouts and government salaries or pensions, put their foot down. By the time they decide to do that, revolution will be the only viable option.
We got the FEMA camps in place for that "revolution".

“JESUS WOULD IMPEACH THE GOP!!!”

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#4354 Mar 21, 2013
CraigFugate wrote:
<quoted text>We got the FEMA camps in place for that "revolution".
And tell us, where are all these FEMA camps supposedly located?

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#4355 Mar 21, 2013
Prep-for-Dep wrote:
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It has nothing to do with Bush. It has everything to do with the ever increasing number of cradle to gravers, and government employees. Who on government handouts is going to vote for decreasing government handouts? Who that works for the government is going to vote for smaller government?
The government employees and government handout recipients already outnumber the taxpayers. For THAT reason, there will be no more Republican Presidents elected until those paying the taxes that fund government handouts and government salaries or pensions, put their foot down. By the time they decide to do that, revolution will be the only viable option.
Government employees are taxpayers you dunce..smaller government in a growing country..what country did that happen? I agree no more Republiklan Presidents will be elected

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#4356 Mar 21, 2013
Prep-for-Dep wrote:
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It has nothing to do with Bush. It has everything to do with the ever increasing number of cradle to gravers, and government employees.
Gosh, we need more cradle to grave moochers like you, oh my! can't get pork rinds with food stamps anymore? WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

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#4357 Mar 21, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Gosh, we need more cradle to grave moochers like you, oh my! can't get pork rinds with food stamps anymore? WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
That's the pot calling the kettle black..

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#4358 Mar 21, 2013
Chicagoan by Birth wrote:
<quoted text>That's the pot calling the kettle black..
Wipe your chin, Afterbirth, use the TP you get from the food bank.

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#4359 Mar 21, 2013
swedenforever wrote:
<quoted text>Government employees are taxpayers you dunce..smaller government in a growing country..what country did that happen? I agree no more Republiklan Presidents will be elected
Where did I state that government employees don't pay taxes? My point is, they are not going to vote to downsize themselves out of a job. So you think as a country's population grows, there needs to be more and more government agencies to tell the citizens what is good for them, and force them to do it? We have too much redundancy in government as it is. The government invents more agencies to squeeze more taxes and fees out of the citizens they work for.
At least the last point we can agree on. We may have different reasons for thinking the same thing, but we think the same thing.

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#4360 Mar 21, 2013
Chicagoan by Birth wrote:
<quoted text>That's the pot calling the kettle black..
Not really. This kettle has a masters degree, a doctorate degree, and a business with a half dozen employees. I pay taxes that support low life's like barefoot. Then barefoot accuses me of being the mooch.
I appreciate the post though. I would have defended myself but I rarely if ever reply to barefoot, and I was busy working. Something barefoot knows nothing about.

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#4361 Mar 21, 2013
Prep-for-Dep wrote:
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Where did I state that government employees don't pay taxes? My point is, they are not going to vote to downsize themselves out of a job. So you think as a country's population grows, there needs to be more and more government agencies to tell the citizens what is good for them, and force them to do it? We have too much redundancy in government as it is. The government invents more agencies to squeeze more taxes and fees out of the citizens they work for.
At least the last point we can agree on. We may have different reasons for thinking the same thing, but we think the same thing.
American politics are corrupt because many of their Inc. donors are just as bad or worse..Welcome to the United States of Corporatocracy

Big Banking and Acctg,Big Oil,Big Agri-Business,IT bubbles,etc..

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#4362 Mar 21, 2013
Prep-for-Dep wrote:
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Not really. This kettle has a masters degree, a doctorate degree, and a business with a half dozen employees. I pay taxes that support low life's like barefoot. Then barefoot accuses me of being the mooch.
I appreciate the post though. I would have defended myself but I rarely if ever reply to barefoot, and I was busy working. Something barefoot knows nothing about.
Isn't it the truth. Good goin'

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#4363 Mar 21, 2013
swedenforever wrote:
<quoted text>American politics are corrupt because many of their Inc. donors are just as bad or worse..Welcome to the United States of Corporatocracy

Big Banking and Acctg,Big Oil,Big Agri-Business,IT bubbles,etc..
This country needs more than two viable parties. When the Republicans run someone not that different from the Democrat candidate, two elections in a row, the parties are getting too close in ideals.
We need more parties, and electorates from those additional parties appointed.

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