He keeps saying "the American people this or that" , what a nutjobF*ckhead Cruz on TV lying through his teeth.
My God you people are dumber than sh*t.
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#991646 Sep 29, 2013
#991648 Sep 29, 2013
Like Dave said, you're dumber than shyt
#991649 Sep 29, 2013
5. Congress is exempt from Obamacare. False.
Chain email, Jan. 6, 2013
Even a few sitting lawmakers have repeated this claim, but its not true. Congress is not exempt from Obamacare. Like everyone else, lawmakers are required to have health insurance. Theyre also required to buy insurance through the marketplaces. The idea is to have lawmakers and their staff buy insurance the same way their uninsured constituents would so they understand what their constituents have to deal with. Most Americans who already get insurance through work are left alone under the law; members of Congress have insurance through work but are treated differently in this regard. Recently, a rule was added so that lawmakers could keep the traditional employer contribution to their coverage. But they werent exempt from requirements that other Americans face. We rated this claim False.
so who's received that right wing chain email? though what i'd really like to know is....how do you get on the mailing list? contribute money to tea party candidates? and then they send you emails that will get you to give them more money?
you nutjobs do know the meaning of 'scam', don't you?
#991650 Sep 29, 2013
Fareed Zakaria is interviewing the only Jewish parliamentarian fom Iran!
#991651 Sep 29, 2013
#991652 Sep 29, 2013
The Gospel According to Bill OReillys New Book Killing Jesus
Jesus was killed because of taxes. Thats more or less the message of Bill OReillys new book. Professor Candida Moss on what else the Fox host gets wrongand what he leaves out.
In Killing Jesus: A History, Bill OReilly and writing partner Martin Dugard bring us their long-awaited accurate account of not only how Jesus died, but also the way he lived. This should settle two millennia of Christian debate. Although it lacks suspense (SPOILER ALERT: he dies), its a pretty good read and its fleshed out with tidbits about the ancient world.
But it should have been called The Gospel of Bill OReilly.
Here are some of the reasons why.
The methodology of this book is impossible to divine. OReilly says he wants to separate fact from myth but then never tells us how he does this. The rationale seems to be: include everything until you cant, then plump for the good bits.
Sometimes OReilly includes two versions of the same story so that Jesus repeats the same action or says the same thing twice. In this book, Jesus overturned the moneychanger tables twice, for example. He really doesnt like bureaucrats. On other occasions OReilly picks one particular Gospel (usually the longest version, rather than the earliest) and we never find out why.
To be fair, this isnt just a problem with OReilly. In 1906 Albert Schweitzer observed that when people write lives of Jesus they inevitably end up describing themselves. Its the key reason that some Biblical scholars think this whole project is bankrupt.
But without a method, Killing Jesus has all the critical rigor of your local churchs Nativity play.
....The most striking part of OReillys biography is what is left out.
When OReilly tells Lukes story of John the Baptist, he includes the Baptists insistence that tax collectors stop overcharging and that soldiers stop extorting the poor, but casually omits the instruction to everyone (the crowds) that whoever has two coats must share with anyone who has none; and whoever has food must do likewise.
Theres no mention of the free health care offered by Jesus and his followers or the insistence that the wealthy give away their possessions.
The single most consistent social teaching in the New Testament is that Christians must support the poor, widows, and orphans, but this hardly gets a mention in Killing Jesus.
According to Fox News CEO Roger Ailes,the first rule of media bias is selection. Perhaps OReilly was squeezed for space.
#991653 Sep 29, 2013
What job have you ever had?
You're barely literate. Liar
Since: Jun 13
#991654 Sep 29, 2013
Why can't everyone in Congress just agree to keep the good things in Obamacare, start over, delay the implementation another year until it becomes a bipartisan bill and when everyone can live with it considering the confusion and negativity surrounding it now?
(Must I manage everything?)
#991655 Sep 29, 2013
Flo foaming at the mouth!!! Get out the strait jacket! Stupid Moran
#991656 Sep 29, 2013
Are you insane?
If the people are against OBAMACARE,
why is Mitt magic panties sitting at home a loser?
He spent billions trying to win, but lost to OBAMACARE!
The voters have spoken loudly!
OBAMACARE! 4 more years.
OBAMACARE! 5 million more votes than Mitt the shhhttt!
OBAMACARE! Provided by Blue Cross.
The people love it!
(The people who won, again. Losers like you can ffffckkk offfff!)
#991657 Sep 29, 2013
Why did the Republicans just add removing contraception coverage? The war on women continues.
The Republicans do not want the American people to have health insurance. That's it.
#991658 Sep 29, 2013
Better Dead and Red: How the GOP blocked health care for red state Americans
For two decades, Republicans have opposed health care reform not because they thought it would fail the American people, but because they feared it would succeed. Passage of Bill Clinton's health care program, Bill Kristol warned in 1993, wouldn't just "do everything to help Democratic electoral prospects," but would "revive the reputation" of the Democrats "as the generous protector of middle-class interests." Sixteen years later in November 2009, Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch confessed his worry that if the Affordable Care Act became law, "you're going to have a very rough time having a two-party system in this country, because almost everybody's going to say,'All we ever were, all we ever are, all we ever hope to be depends on the Democratic Party.'"
That overriding fearthat a grateful American public would reward the Democratic Party with an enduring majority for adding the third and final pillar of health care to the social safety net alongside Social Security and Medicarehas fueled the fire of conservatives' scorched-earth opposition to Obamacare. But with enrollment in the new health insurance exchanges set to start on Oct. 1, Republicans are running out of time and tactics to defund, delay or destroy the Affordable Care Act. And in what is the supreme irony of the GOP's unprecedented campaign to sabotage the ACA, the real damage has already been done in the reddest of red states.
Study after study has long shown that health care is worst in precisely those states where Republicans poll best. But in their zeal to discredit a president they loathe, GOP leaders across the nation passed up an historic opportunity to bring health insurance and with it, greater financial security and higher standards of living to millions of their own constituents. When they didn't outright deny coverage to red state residents, Republicans did their damnedest to prevent their voters from even learning about their options under the ACA. And what "information" about Obamacare the GOP's best and brightest did regurgitate simply wasn't true.
Since: Jun 13
#991659 Sep 29, 2013
Statistics and headlines say you're wrong about that too.
Fact: Major companies are cutting back to part-time.
Can you deny it?
Fact: No one understands why some are exempt and others are not.
Can you explain that?
Fact: No one knows how it will be implemented or how the IRS is going to manage it.
Do you know?
Fact: No one knows how much it's going to cost in the long run and who is going to pay for it.
Fact: It's scaring a lot of people - the significant majority as a matter of fact.
Do you dispute poll after poll?
#991660 Sep 29, 2013
There is an anti-terrorist coming up on November 13, 2013 called GridEx 2013. Thousands of utility workers, business executives, National Guard officers, F.B.I. anti-terrorism experts and officials from government agencies in the United States, Canada and Mexico are preparing for this emergency drill. There has been a great deal of conjecture that this terrorist training exercise will end up like so many before it...a real event. Is this why the government is wanting everything in place in FEMA Region III, which includes D.C., by Oct. 1?
Since: Apr 09
Elmont, Long Island NY
#991661 Sep 29, 2013
what Clinton recession?
Ways in which President Bush Ruined the U.S.
1. Failure to take action after repeated warnings of an impending Al Qaeda attack against the U.S. leading to the worst, most costliest, most deadly attack on U.S. soil in the history of the U.S.
2. The Patriot Act, stripping away numerous Constitutional rights
3. Encouraging and condoning the use of torture, including against American citizens.
4. Kidnapping of citizens imprisoning them without a trial and subjecting them to torture.
5. Illegal invasion of Iraq.
6,$3 trillion dollar debt to China to pay for an illegal war in Iraq.
7. Allowing the man responsible for the attacks of 9/11 to escape justice thereby encouraging others to attack U.S. interests because we looked weak.
8. Recession of 2007, the worst economic down turn since the Great Depression.
9. The biggest drop in the stock market, from 14,000 to about 7,000
10. The highest unemployment rate due to the recession,
11. Failed response to Katrina.
12. Extra-ordinary rendition.
shall i continue
#991662 Sep 29, 2013
Correction: There is an anti-terrorist drill coming up on November 13, 2013 called GridEx 2013...
#991663 Sep 29, 2013
that be your Obammy fer ya
#991664 Sep 29, 2013
lily dirty mama mouth be drunk already this mornin
#991665 Sep 29, 2013
lily interviewing Obama
#991669 Sep 29, 2013
10. Under Obamacare, "75 percent of small businesses now say they are going to be forced to either fire workers or cut their hours." Pants on Fire.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., July 25, 2013 in a FoxNews.com op-ed
Suggestions that business are laying off workers because of the health care law have so far proven to be largely unfounded. Most small businesses -- those with fewer than 50 employees -- do not have to provide health insurance to their employees.(In fact, some very small businesses with fewer than 25 employees may qualify for tax credits under the law.) The claim here that 75 percent of small business were reducing their workforce was based on a misreading of a study from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The study actually found that less than 10 percent of small businesses said they will be forced to reduce their workforce or cut hours. We rated the claim Pants on Fire.
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