Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1402937 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Nov 5, 2008, titled Barack Obama, our next President. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...

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“Peace on Earth”

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#1011999 Oct 25, 2013
Ah, just as ReTHUGS were wringing their hands in anticipation and smelling the scent of victory, they are, once again, SHOT DOWN. Couldn't happen to a more deserving group of morons.

(Reuters)- The website for Americans to buy insurance under President Barack Obama's healthcare law should be working smoothly for most users by the end of November, a White House official assigned to fix Healthcare.gov said on Friday.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/10/25/us-...
georgie porgie

Denver, CO

#1012000 Oct 25, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
Anyone who believes that $500 million LIE is just too retarded to be a part of any logical discussion. You've got your head buried up Rush's arze.
Using the actual Contract Detail Report, The Blaze has estimated the cost at $93.7 million, maximum. The Sunlight Foundation estimated the cost at $70 million and Daily Kos has estimated the cost at $119,677,837 because they included in their figure "the $63,933,755 cost of all of the supplemental work as a result of changes forced on the ACA by a Republican Supreme Court and Republican States who could not wait to deny their residents health care."
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/10/23/1249... #
Well,well,well, exactly what the republicans wanted:

Colorado Democrat wants Obamacare delay for wealthy ski-resort ...
www.washingtontimes.com/.../dem-lawmaker-want... ;
2 days ago - Jared Polis, Colorado Democrat, voted for Obamacare, but now he is ... train wreck,” said Colorado Republican Party Chairman Ryan Call.
Rep. Jared Polis to seek Obamacare waiver for some mountain ...
blogs.denverpost.com/thespot/...jared-polis-t... ;
2 days ago - Rep. Jared Polis said he was going to seek an Obamacare waiver for some ... Polis called the expensive rates a “geographical quirk” and said he would try ... Polis voted earlier this year against a Republican plan to delay the ...

Libs are such hypocritical traitors and dirtbags.
Waxman

New York, NY

#1012001 Oct 25, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
Sebelius doesn't work for all the American people...only for those who support ObamaKKKare...
fkn Canadian...
Sebelie-to-us needs to be fired. There is no accountability in this Obama Regime. They are a bunch of thugs.

Obama has more scandals with high level officials than the last ten presidents combined. They are a bunch of crooks.

Holder - Fast & Furious s/b fired.

Lois Lerner - IRS denying Americans due process and civil rights.

Sebelie-to-us - incompetence & arrogance.

Hillary/Obama - Bengazigate - dead patriots - incompetence & coverup.

Obama makes Nixon look like a Girl Scout.

The list goes on and on.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1012002 Oct 25, 2013
Cutting $700 million from Medicare Advantage to finance ObamaCare has its consequences:

ObamaCare is making seniors sick.

Elderly New Yorkers are in a panic after getting notices that insurance companies are booting their doctors from the Medicare Advantage program as a result of the shifting medical landscape under ObamaCare.

That leaves patients with unenviable choices: keep the same insurance plan and find another doctor, pay out of pocket or look for another plan where their physician is a member.

New York State Medical Society President Sam Unterricht is demanding a congressional probe after learning that one health carrier alone, UnitedHealthcare, is terminating contracts with up to 2,100 doctors serving 8,000 Medicare Advantage patients in the New York metro region.

The are 2.6 million elderly New Yorkers who receive Medicare, the public heath-insurance program for the elderly.

But one in three patients — nearly 900,000 — are enrolled in Advantage, Medicare HMOs run by private insurers.

Dr. Jonathan Leibowitz, who serves 30 patients under Medicare Advantage at his Brooklyn practice, said he was blindsided by UnitedHealthcare’s decision to give him the boot.

“A patient can’t see his doctor? What are they doing!” he asked.

UnitedHealthcare told Leibowitz that because of “significant changes and pressures in the health-care environment,” he’d be getting the ax on Jan. 1.

Leibowitz’s patients are furious. Alfred Gargiulio, who has cerebral palsy with a seizure disorder, has been seeing Leibowitz since 1993.“Obama had said I could keep my doctor. Now they’re doing away with my doctor. They kicked him out! After 20 years, that’s not right. We love Dr. Leibowitz,” said Gargiulio.

Another patient, Wilma Streicher, 76, was equally baffled.“Of course I want to keep Dr. Leibowitz. I don’t see why they want to push him out,” she said.

Patients of other doctors faced the same dire situation. Lung-cancer patient Jeannette Campregon, 79, received a letter from EmblemHealth saying that her internist, George Ruggiero, was terminated from her VIP High Option Medicare Advantage network.

Emblem notified her she could stay in her current plan and choose another doctor, pick a different plan to keep her doctor or call a customer-service rep for help.

“I’m going absolutely nuts,” said Campregon, who got conflicting information from three different service reps.“I don’t want to change my doctor!”
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1012003 Oct 25, 2013
Obamacare Costs One Indiana School District $6 Million

But they opt to cut school workers' hours instead.
10:53 AM, Oct 25, 2013 • By DANIEL HALPER


Obamacare is costing one Indiana school district $6 million, WTHI reports:

"In the past, we've told you about the new federal healthcare law and how small business and local governments have been hit," said the anchor. "The next area affected by the law could be education."

The reporter adds, "The affordable care act has had its proponents as much as it's had its opponents. In the last few months we've heard different stories from private and government employers on the cuts, they've had to make. However, in Vigo county some of those cuts will come at the cost of education."

"So what we had to do the other evening at the board meeting was to cut worker's hours to below 30 because we cannot afford to offer health care to every employee," says the superintendent

It would cost $6 million a year to provide health care to every employee who works more than 30 hours, says the superintendent.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1012004 Oct 25, 2013
How Healthcare.gov Can Become Exactly Like The Iraq War In 12 Easy Steps

So, how can this objectively false equivalence achieve, over time, a little more truthiness? For Healthcare.gov to become more like the Iraq War, here are the 12 things that will have to happen as the efforts to fix Healthcare.gov proceed.

In short order, the Healthcare.gov website will pull down a statue of "millions of Americans cannot afford basic health care coverage." It will be initially reported as something of an emotional turning point, but later it will come to light that it was all blown out of proportion.

Sometime next week, and in spite of the fact that the hard work of fixing the website has only just begun, a "Mission Accomplished" banner will be affixed to the Department of Health and Human Services. The president will stand in front of HHS, extolling the work that hasn't been completed.

Somehow, the ongoing work on Healthcare.gov will result in the Smithsonian being looted of hundreds of priceless antiquities.

Referring to federal IT contractors and phone-bound customer service professionals, Kathleen Sebelius says, "As you know, you go to war with the Army you have. They’re not the Army you might want or wish to have at a later time."

Approximately $12 billion, shrink-wrapped and shipped to Healthcare.gov on pallets, will just up and disappear for no good reason.

Healthcare.gov will be referred to by President Barack Obama as a "catastrophic success."

Photos will be released depicting, among other things, a group of naked and humiliated contractors from website creator, CGI Federal, stacked atop one another in a pyramid.

Obama will bring an inedible turkey to Heathcare.gov for Thanksgiving.

Eventually, the problem that precipitated the need for the Affordable Care Act in the first place -- the fact that millions of Americans cannot afford basic health care coverage -- will be discovered, hiding in a spider hole in a remote location. "Millions of Americans cannot afford basic health care coverage" will be subsequently deloused, imprisoned, tried, and eventually hanged by masked goons, who chant "Muqtada," for what I am sure is some perfectly rational reason that you probably shouldn't worry about.

Finally, after a long, hard slog, a nominally functioning Healthcare.gov website will come online, and by all appearances work reasonably well. The one weird thing is that Healthcare.gov will be more closely tied, and sympathetic to, the Iranian regime than anyone expected.

In a final analysis, repairing the glitches in the Healthcare.gov website will be found to have caused the deaths of hundreds of thousands.

Eventually, the GOP presidential contender most closely associated with opposing the Affordable Care Act -- Ted Cruz, I guess -- will become the Republican nominee and get swept into office on Election Night. That's when Obama will suffer "Bush's fate." I guess that means neither the president or anyone in his administration or party will ever be held accountable for any of this, and the president himself will retire and become a wealthy celebrity who paints dogs and wants for nothing. When you think about it, that's a good reason to hope that Healthcare.gov becomes exactly like the Iraq War. I mean, I'm ready to start a dumb war or build a glitchy website in exchange for some of that la dolce vita right now!

Should all of these things happen, I feel confident that we will be on totally safe ground, comparing the Healthcare.gov website to the Iraq War. Though to be honest, we will only know for sure that the analogy is apt, when President Cruz starts a pointless, costly war and everyone in the media says that it's totally like that time somebody built a website to help people buy health insurance.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/24/obam...

“Peace on Earth”

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#1012005 Oct 25, 2013
Oh gee! The document obtained from Edward Snowden and cited by the Guardian Newspaper as proving that the NSA monitored phone conversations of 35 world leaders is from 2006. Repeat, 2006. Does anyone remember who was president in 2006?

http://edition.cnn.com/2013/10/24/world/europ...
Waxman

New York, NY

#1012006 Oct 25, 2013
Very interesting...

In the past two days, DumbDave has been quiet, but dem is very active.

These libtards either must coordinate who will be making their retarded posts or a couple of them just decide which sock to use for the day.

Since: May 11

Newville, PA

#1012007 Oct 25, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Why does anyone think it is good that Democrats are forcing everyone to buy something even if they do not want it?
Look who the Democrats don't punish:
1. People that are lazy and choose to make themselves unemployable.
2. People that have children they cannot or choose not to afford.
3. People that drive up their medical care costs with selfish drug abuse, bad diets and sexual promiscuity that leads to disease.
But, Democrats are clearly willing to punish healthy people that have consistently made productive, good-for-the-country choices with higher insurance costs to subsidize people that have made selfish decisions.
Lots of people need help from charitably minded people and almost everyone agrees that we want to help them. But, most of the people O'bamacare will help are being helped not because of need, but because of selfish choices they have made and will continue to make, thanks to Democrat policies.
I am glad to see that you right whiners want to make people get permission from the government to have children.

If you don't like the number of people on Food Stamps & unemployment, then I would suggest you quit electing Republicans who threw millions out of their jobs when they created this recession.

Ever you ever wondered how many people who you say abuse the health care system were healthy in the years prior to their medical conditions?

How the f*ck do you morons justify the need for minimum wage jobs in order for businesses to survive & then call these same job holders lazy?

This is how GD dumb you are.
georgie porgie

Denver, CO

#1012008 Oct 25, 2013
dem wrote:
<quoted text>leo darling! hows the bambino?
Retardation never goes away, that's how the little rug rat is.
georgie porgie

Denver, CO

#1012009 Oct 25, 2013
Waxman wrote:
Very interesting...
In the past two days, DumbDave has been quiet, but dem is very active.
These libtards either must coordinate who will be making their retarded posts or a couple of them just decide which sock to use for the day.
Hopefully he slipped in his shower and is lying there dying.
Waxman

New York, NY

#1012010 Oct 25, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
it was skins. now it's computer.
though also classically trained. brass. all of them.
oh, and some piano. music theory.
want the tech list? it's a long one.
Yes, we know when you were younger, you had to play with your own foreskin. Now you into tech, posting on topix all day, every day.

Such accomplishments!

Baawwaahhh!!!

Typical DemoPuke.

Since: May 11

Newville, PA

#1012011 Oct 25, 2013
Eman wrote:
<quoted text>
translation: the states that signed up for Medicare expansion are in deep sht
100% funded by the feds for a couple years then changing to 90% funded.

Yep those states will suffer from all those federal dollars flowing into their economies. Those federal dollars will lead to increases in state revenues their income taxes & sales taxes of those benefiting from those federal dollars.

You people are dumber than sh*t.
president Gil

Denver, CO

#1012012 Oct 25, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
Ah, just as ReTHUGS were wringing their hands in anticipation and smelling the scent of victory, they are, once again, SHOT DOWN. Couldn't happen to a more deserving group of morons.
(Reuters)- The website for Americans to buy insurance under President Barack Obama's healthcare law should be working smoothly for most users by the end of November, a White House official assigned to fix Healthcare.gov said on Friday.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/10/25/us-...
sure and all your dates in high school swore they wouldn't come in your mouth either.
No Surprize

Saint Petersburg, FL

#1012013 Oct 25, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
How Healthcare.gov Can Become Exactly Like The Iraq War In 12 Easy Steps
So, how can this objectively false equivalence achieve, over time, a little more truthiness? For Healthcare.gov to become more like the Iraq War, here are the 12 things that will have to happen as the efforts to fix Healthcare.gov proceed.
In short order, the Healthcare.gov website will pull down a statue of "millions of Americans cannot afford basic health care coverage." It will be initially reported as something of an emotional turning point, but later it will come to light that it was all blown out of proportion.
Sometime next week, and in spite of the fact that the hard work of fixing the website has only just begun, a "Mission Accomplished" banner will be affixed to the Department of Health and Human Services. The president will stand in front of HHS, extolling the work that hasn't been completed.
Somehow, the ongoing work on Healthcare.gov will result in the Smithsonian being looted of hundreds of priceless antiquities.
Referring to federal IT contractors and phone-bound customer service professionals, Kathleen Sebelius says, "As you know, you go to war with the Army you have. They’re not the Army you might want or wish to have at a later time."
Approximately $12 billion, shrink-wrapped and shipped to Healthcare.gov on pallets, will just up and disappear for no good reason.
Healthcare.gov will be referred to by President Barack Obama as a "catastrophic success."
Photos will be released depicting, among other things, a group of naked and humiliated contractors from website creator, CGI Federal, stacked atop one another in a pyramid.
Obama will bring an inedible turkey to Heathcare.gov for Thanksgiving.
Eventually, the problem that precipitated the need for the Affordable Care Act in the first place -- the fact that millions of Americans cannot afford basic health care coverage -- will be discovered, hiding in a spider hole in a remote location. "Millions of Americans cannot afford basic health care coverage" will be subsequently deloused, imprisoned, tried, and eventually hanged by masked goons, who chant "Muqtada," for what I am sure is some perfectly rational reason that you probably shouldn't worry about.
Finally, after a long, hard slog, a nominally functioning Healthcare.gov website will come online, and by all appearances work reasonably well. The one weird thing is that Healthcare.gov will be more closely tied, and sympathetic to, the Iranian regime than anyone expected.
In a final analysis, repairing the glitches in the Healthcare.gov website will be found to have caused the deaths of hundreds of thousands.
Eventually, the GOP presidential contender most closely associated with opposing the Affordable Care Act -- Ted Cruz, I guess -- will become the Republican nominee and get swept into office on Election Night. That's when Obama will suffer "Bush's fate." I guess that means neither the president or anyone in his administration or party will ever be held accountable for any of this, and the president himself will retire and become a wealthy celebrity who paints dogs and wants for nothing. When you think about it, that's a good reason to hope that Healthcare.gov becomes exactly like the Iraq War. I mean, I'm ready to start a dumb war or build a glitchy website in exchange for some of that la dolce vita right now!
Should all of these things happen, I feel confident that we will be on totally safe ground, comparing the Healthcare.gov website to the Iraq War. Though to be honest, we will only know for sure that the analogy is apt, when President Cruz starts a pointless, costly war and everyone in the media says that it's totally like that time somebody built a website to help people buy health insurance.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/24/obam...
Huff Puff Fluff Stuff Post <spam>
Patriot

Longmont, CO

#1012015 Oct 25, 2013
FYI: The Department of Health and Human Services is giving us six more weeks after March 31st to buy our Obamacare through the government and the complete box of fail that is Healthcare.gov .- http://www.activistpost.com/2013/10/yay-we-ge... .

WARNING: Obamacare is as Illegal as he is -

http://www.worldtribune.com/2013/07/08/forens...

http://www.wethepeoplefoundation.org/UPDATE/U... .

**Remember this?

. Be wise - Don't sign your name to that bill America. You don't know what's in it but you know their motives, that they lie and GOD'S Warnings -

http://centurean2.wordpress.com/2010/12/24/ro...

http://biblehub.com/revelation/13-17.htm , http://biblehub.com/niv/revelation/14.htm vs 9-12

"Don't you know that when you offer yourselves to someone as obedient slaves, you are slaves of the one you obey—either of sin, which leads to death, or of obedience, which leads to righteousness?"

http://biblehub.com/romans/6-16.htm
Waxman

New York, NY

#1012016 Oct 25, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
Oh gee! The document obtained from Edward Snowden and cited by the Guardian Newspaper as proving that the NSA monitored phone conversations of 35 world leaders is from 2006. Repeat, 2006. Does anyone remember who was president in 2006?
http://edition.cnn.com/2013/10/24/world/europ...
Obfuscation and insinuation from a typical DemoPuke like you.

Gee, why didn't you point out this was also in the article:

"None of the monitored world leaders is identified."

Meaning back in 2006, the NSA could have been monitoring unfriendly nations like they should be doing.

DOLT!!!!!

You are an unbelievably moronic DemoPuke.
georgie porgie

Denver, CO

#1012017 Oct 25, 2013
The Washington Blackskins has a nice ring to it.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1012018 Oct 25, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
Ah, just as ReTHUGS were wringing their hands in anticipation and smelling the scent of victory, they are, once again, SHOT DOWN. Couldn't happen to a more deserving group of morons.
(Reuters)- The website for Americans to buy insurance under President Barack Obama's healthcare law should be working smoothly for most users by the end of November, a White House official assigned to fix Healthcare.gov said on Friday.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/10/25/us-...
promises, promises....

although they did put a private contractor in charge now instead of the government...
Waxman

New York, NY

#1012019 Oct 25, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
I am glad to see that you right whiners want to make people get permission from the government to have children.
If you don't like the number of people on Food Stamps & unemployment, then I would suggest you quit electing Republicans who threw millions out of their jobs when they created this recession.
Ever you ever wondered how many people who you say abuse the health care system were healthy in the years prior to their medical conditions?
How the f*ck do you morons justify the need for minimum wage jobs in order for businesses to survive & then call these same job holders lazy?
This is how GD dumb you are.
Oh look who finally showed up. Posting nonsense of course.

Did Bush "abandon" Afghanistan, DumbDave?

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