Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1458235 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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#1031761 Nov 27, 2013
No 40

{Rep. Pocan: I have health insurance from my employer, and I like the plan that I have. Do I get to keep it?“You can keep the plan you have, and will enjoy many of the benefits of the Affordable Care Act, including the prohibiting of insurance companies from dropping your coverage just because you got sick.”}

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#1031762 Nov 27, 2013
No 41

{Rep. Polis:“If you are currently insured and like the plan you have, you’ll likely be able to stick with your current plan.”}
Frank

Spokane, WA

#1031763 Nov 27, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
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People will keep their insurance only if it complies with Obamacare. Pre-existing, children to age 26, no cut off of coverage due to some insurances directives. To name a few.
Accelerating co pays to be in ratio to individuals income and not their health status. In short, poor health coverage will not be accepted and will require to be reformed or deleted.
Every single member of Congress that voted for ObamaKare should be voted out of office during their next election. Already, eighty of them are no longer in office.

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#1031764 Nov 27, 2013
No 42

{Rep. Price NC:“Just as in the past, if you like your doctor, you can choose to stay with your doctor.”}

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#1031765 Nov 27, 2013
No 43

{Rep. Quigley:“Allows you to keep your coverage and doctor if you like them.”}

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#1031766 Nov 27, 2013
No 44

{Rep. Rangel:“This plan tells every American – if you have coverage and a doctor you like, keep it.”}

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#1031767 Nov 27, 2013
No 45

{Rep. Sarbanes:“Keep your doctor, and your current plan, if you like them.”}

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#1031768 Nov 27, 2013
No 46

{Rep. Schwartz:“If you already have health coverage you like, you can keep it.”}
Bonehead Forand

New York, NY

#1031769 Nov 27, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
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People will keep their insurance only if it complies with Obamacare. Pre-existing, children to age 26, no cut off of coverage due to some insurances directives. To name a few.
Accelerating co pays to be in ratio to individuals income and not their health status. In short, poor health coverage will not be accepted and will require to be reformed or deleted.
So Po Socialist Boy who made Po decisions in life. Let me get this straight. It's good that government makes sure everyone has a Mercedes Benz for health insurance and you think it's the liberals right to enforce that, regardless of if they are happy with their Chevy?

You actually think 27 year olds should be paying for your Mercedes, because you are a scum sucking zero. Sorry to hit you with the truth. Azzwhoola.

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#1031770 Nov 27, 2013
No 47

{Rep. Sires:“If people like their current plans, they will be able to keep them.”}

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#1031771 Nov 27, 2013
No 48

{Rep. Tsongas: The legislation takes significant steps towards covering all Americans, while enabling anyone happy with their current plan to keep it.”}

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#1031772 Nov 27, 2013
N0 49

{Rep. Van Hollen:“If you like your doctor and your plan, you can keep them.”}

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#1031773 Nov 27, 2013
No 50

{Rep. Wasserman Schultz:“Let me be clear: if you like your current plan, you’ll be able to keep it. Rather, we will build on our current system, so we can give you the freedom to choose what works best for you and your family. If you like your doctor, keep your doctor. If you like your current plan, keep your current plan. If you don’t, or if you don’t have one, then get one that works for you.”}

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#1031774 Nov 27, 2013
No 51

{Rep. Waxman:“If you like your doctor and your current plan, you keep them. But we fundamentally reform the insurance company practices that are failing our families.”}

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#1031775 Nov 27, 2013
N0 52

{Rep. Welch:“Under the legislation, individuals with insurance can keep the coverage they have now, and it will get better.”}

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#1031776 Nov 27, 2013
N0 53

{Rep. Yarmuth:“Keep your doctor, and your current plan, if you like them.”}

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#1031777 Nov 27, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
Right wing Tea Baggers fresh from their Mad Hatter Tea Party are stumbling about on this thread emulating what they support, for what they refer to as leadership. They have regressed in their intelligence due to republicans austerity endeavors. Still fiddle faddling with no substance or facts. Spewing derogatory ignorance emulating the intoxication of the Tea Bagger. Easily herded and corralled into their delusional existence. Forgetting the so called leaders they admire have bestowed upon our nation two Great financial collapses.{1929 and 2008} Bothe due to deregulating to advance their corruptions and swindling our Main Street USA. Latest fiasco cost our Main Street USA 6 trillion dollars. These villains is what they proclaim their admirations for???
Significant Finical Inequality in our USA has progressed under republican austerity policies since the early 1970’s. Highest acceleration to finical inequality has been addressed to the USA within the civilized developed nations.
Here in the USA in 2009 Texas rank the highest for finical inequality as Main was the lowest in accelerating inequality.
2011 CBO report illuminates that the top 1% increased their incomes by 275% after taxes over a period of 1979 to 2007. Compare this to a 60% in the middle class with gains of less than 40% to their incomes.
2012 exposes the 1% as having the same gap discrepancy to the 99% as it had in the 1920’s. Exhibiting a 20% increase to the 1% as the 99% suffered at a mere 1% gain.
Robert J. Shiller won the noble prize for economics,{2013} states his findings indicate that this increasing finical inequality within the USA is “The most important problem that we are facing now today”.
Presently populace is far more educated and interconnected than in the 1920’s. An enlighten populace recognizes the patterns of austerity’s restrictions to finical distributions and limited consumers , demands failure of the economics of that institution.
1929 and 2008 let loose the finical institutions to ravage the lower 99%. Profits and further hording of the fuel from the middle class dynamos for wealth flow and consumption. Final outcome were the “Great Depression/Recession” in our nations history.
All of the southern states suffer under an inequality that rivals the 3rd world nations of Africa. Interesting that they be “RED”. LOL the REDS have invaded the USA !
Observing Texas, with its extreme admiration for austerity polices, it becomes easily recognized their impending collapse. Reluctance and direct obstruction for the 1% to adhere to their laborer’s productivity distributions, in ratios that continues to fuel its middle class dynamos, will simply implode their debt upon themselves.
http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali... video chart USA wealth Distributions.
Bernard Forand's nickname is Cactus because he's such a prick to everyone he posts to.

The Real World awaits you should you ever decide to leave Mao's Wonderland.

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#1031778 Nov 27, 2013
Priorities and passing the ACA so that we could see what is in it...

5 rounds of golf and 10 fundraisers...

http://conservativeangle.com/obama-makes-time...
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#1031779 Nov 27, 2013
killtaker wrote:
No 51
{Rep. Waxman:“If you like your doctor and your current plan, you keep them. But we fundamentally reform the insurance company practices that are failing our families.”}
You should see my nostrils. I am a pig Democrat to the core and I lie like all Democrats.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#1031780 Nov 27, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
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There is a HUGE difference between picking on poor 'lil Sarah Palin and calling a non-politician a "c**ksucking f*g" as Baldwin did. If you can't see the difference, it is because your head is buried in Breitbart's sandbox.
If Baldwin called you a "c**ksucking f*g" then he was just calling a spade a spade.

That's a sin in PC Media today, unfortunately.

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