Barack Obama, our next President

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"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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John Galt wrote:
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...and, by the way, no children "just suffer and die" because of lack of insurance....
your argument is totally bogus....
And only an idiot like you believes such nonsense.

Poor children suffer and die in America all the time due to lack of adequagte healthcare.

From asthma..........juvenile diabetes..........various cancers..........

Old miserable tools like yourself just don't have the humanity to care.

That is why Obamacare will win out and you losers will again lose.
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Perhaps you have proof that it was not possible that a video that caused rioting in many Muslim cities could not possible have caused one in Benghazi. Ignoring the possibly of the influence of that video would be stupid and that video was always presented as a possibility.
When ou military guy sold out to the political aspects of Fox, he lost any credibility he might have had.
I agree, Fox as always has one agenda and that isn't the truth. They know that they have all of the Wildebeest drinking from their wadi, just like clock work being fed and programmed like the clueless twits they prove too be over and over,

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your fault for having a crummy HMO to save a few bucks....
This from someone who only carried catastrophic insurance. LMAO

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flack wrote:
Anybody see Obama riding a bicycle with a bunch of military vets lately?
anybody see President Obama send his troops into battle without enough strength to do the job, with inadequate armor, against the advice of his Generals and let a bunch of civilians with no combat experience, actually with no military experience run the war and mismanage the peace?
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Dumbass, look at the post you responded to. You rewrote what was stated
"Everyone made their own opinions about Obama's remarks and they didn't like it. "
That wasn't very bright--even for YOU.
God, tallk about dumb...I was alluding to the fact that everyone is a singular pronoun and needs a singular antecedent--not THEY. Just cool it...you ARE the very definition of dumb."
I see that Roxsalt took five stabs at proving me wrong about this one: THEY is not gender neutral in this case, it' plural. "Nuff said. I have come to the conclusion that this either Carol of Ketch or both. Clueless, with the ability to remain silent, but not the ability. Sad...
Sad is your collection of illegitimate welfare tickes and vile collection of babydaddies, to say nothing of your fake teaching certificate and blind worship of the LiarObama.

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Sorry dumbass, but Alinsky was not a Republican.
Typical member of the jackass party. Use a cowardly political tactic for centuries and then attempt to do away with that same tactic when you think the other side is using it.
Another rethug. Boring
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(tickets)...lol

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flack wrote:
Anybody see Obama riding a bicycle with a bunch of military vets lately?
"flack"
president nobama knows how to ride a bicycle?
Peace

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The military guy sold out, really? Are you alleging perjury?
speaking of sell outs, didn't Fox news hire Oliver North???

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Key Senate Republicans Offer Their Plan To Replace Obamacare
by JULIE ROVNER
January 27, 2014 5:25 PM ET
Republicans have offered a wide array of proposals to "repeal and replace" the Affordable Care Act since it became law in 2010. But few have come with the pedigree of the plan just unveiled by a trio of senior Senate Republicans.
The Patient Choice, Affordability, Responsibility and Empowerment Act, or CARE for short, is a proposal being floated by Sens. Richard Burr, R-N.C., Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, and Tom Coburn, R-Okla.
Hatch is the senior Republican on the Senate Finance Committee; Burr is on the health subcommittee of the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee; Coburn is a physician. All three have spent much or all of their legislative careers working on health policy.
"Obamacare just isn't working," Hatch said on the Senate floor Monday afternoon. "Try as he might during tomorrow night's State of the Union address, President Obama will not be able to convince the American people that his health care law is anything other than an unmitigated disaster."
At a briefing for health reporters, aides to the senators said the goal of their proposal is to focus on bringing down costs. Hence the plan would repeal the ACA's requirements that most people have insurance, as well as requirements that insurers offer minimum benefits and employers offer insurance or face potential fines.
The Republican proposal also would eliminate most of the taxes and fees that the law imposes to pay for the generous tax credits offered to help people pay for the required insurance.
And the plan would repeal the requirement that insurers cover people with pre-existing health conditions, although people who remain "continuously covered" for at least 18 months could not be denied or charged more. And while the plan would keep the ACA's ban on insurers' imposing a lifetime limit on insurance benefits, annual limits could return.
The GOP plan offers its own set of tax credits to help those with lower incomes afford coverage, and like those in the ACA, they would be adjusted for age but not for geography. That means the tax credit would be the same across the nation, even though insurance costs differ widely in different parts of the country.
Susan and Jack Cooper of Richardson, Texas, demonstrate against the government shutdown in Dallas this month.
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How The GOP's Shutdown Over Obamacare Fell Short
The tax credits also would be available to those earning up to three times the federal poverty line, or $34,470 in 2013. That's less than in the ACA, which provides help for those earning up to four times the poverty level, or $45,960.
The GOP plan also would let insurers charge older people more than the ACA does, which could lower premiums for younger people. The ACA limits premium differences for older people to three times more than those for young people; the GOP proposal would allow premiums for older people to be as much as five times higher, although states could opt for different "age rating," staffers said.
The proposal would leave the Medicare provisions of the health law untouched ("this is not about Medicare," said one of the aides). But it would dramatically remake the Medicaid program, which is undergoing a big expansion as a result of the ACA.
It all seemed so easy then. Back in June, the Supreme Court declared the Affordable Care Act constitutional. Waiting for that decision may have cost the administration precious time.
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So, what does it cost?

Hw does a family that just lost its income afford to buy health insurance as an individual?

What makes you think issuing tax credits is not spending money?

So Republicans would want an older couple to pay $3500/yr - up to 5 times as much.

Good bye early retirement.

How was it funded again?

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Teaman wrote:
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The military guy sold out, really? Are you alleging perjury?
You have a habit of making dumb allegations.

HAHA

The Teabag doesn't even know the definition of perjury!!

Newsflash Bozo: Many, many retired military officers have sold their services to media outlerts and gone on to make stupid assessments of events.

It's how they get paid. DUH

Now go look up the meaning of perjury and bang your head against the
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The military guy sold out, really? Are you alleging perjury?
By putting a persons slant or views on something isn't perjury. They had General Petraeus for a while that is until he started saying things that they didn't want to hear. Oliver North was another that sang their songs.That's pretty much all they are looking for. The facts, the truth and reality aren't welcome there.They never listened or show interest in the Generals that offered suggestion on Iraq or Aftghanistan.

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No, unlike most republicans I don't believe industry will police itself and do what is right. You have to force them to practice safe processes.
my point was that in liberal states, controlled by Democrats, we are intelligent enough to realize that thte only thing industrial leaders care about is maximizing profits even at the expense of workers
that can be done. but denying that CA uses a vast amount of our oil and gas and won't allow any new refineries is somewhat hypocritical isn't it?

your simplistic view ow industry leaders is not entirely accurate.
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<quoted text> Sad is your collection of illegitimate welfare tickes and vile collection of babydaddies, to say nothing of your fake teaching certificate and blind worship of the LiarObama.
So an idiot like you admits defeat and shows their fear of a strong smart woman...How bagger like.You sound almost as dumb as Waxman.

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Talledega baby!!!!!!! Go JR!!!!!!!

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<quoted text> You see, Corporal Captain Ghostie, the problem is Bush never lied about or tried to cover up the fact that they were attacked. That is the problem with you libtards!!! You can't comprehend what you read or you just make shit up that goes along with your talking points!!!!!!!!!
because nobody was conducting a witch hunt, so Bush didn't have to lie.

and speaking of lies, where are those WMD's again? Sorry Dude, but in my book you can't top that lie.
How many Americans died because of that lie? 4, 486
How many Americans were gravely iwounded? 22,700
How many suffer from PTSD? estimates are 45,000-90,000
How many suffered non combat related injuries?

how many are committing sucicide? at one pooint there was 1 sucicide every 18 hours

speaking of lies,
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED
There was no way we could have known about 9/11?(Well except for the repeated warnings from the CIA, FBI and Defense Intelligence Agency. But then I guess you wuld actually have to listen to your military)

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climate science is honest....is that what you are saying...?????
say it....100 percent accurate....
lets get that on record
Just like everything else, the majority of the science is done honestly. There are those who are unethical & some paid off by industry.

Climategate was debunked. Who has the most to lose? The fossil fuel industry. The people who support the ones you believe.

Yes, man has increased the CO2 in the atmosphere to the point is has an effect on our climate.

This is fact.

What the future bring never is 100% accurate.

At what % of certainty would a dumbass right whiner like you actually do something? 30% 50%? 70% 90%

At what point do you toss your politics side & do something protect future generations.

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""Rick Perry On Clayton Lockett Execution:'I Don't Know Whether It Was Inhumane Or Not'""

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Of course, this is the Teabag Idol who didn't know which Departments of Gov't he would eliminate.

Why are Repugnants so ignorant??

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John Galt wrote:
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why???...

Because a house or a car are expendable. If you total a 1985 Ford Taurus, no one is going to try and resuscitate it or try to give it another 20 years of life. If a house burns down, you just rebuild it. No one tries to resuscitate the ashes. Can't do that with human lives.

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Karma is a_______ wrote:
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speaking of sell outs, didn't Fox news hire Oliver North???
I don't know.

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