Texas Defies Obama Admin., Bars Abortion Providers from Medicaid

Feb 24, 2012 Full story: New Media Journal 2,814

Texas on Thursday passed regulations barring Planned Parenthood clinics and other "affiliates of abortion providers" from participating in the state's Medicaid program starting March 14, the Texas Tribune is reporting.

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“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#1 Feb 24, 2012
It has t5he authority to do so. However, the feds also have the authority to pull all MCD funding from the state as well. And they should.
Vaxxers R Stinky

Winnipeg, Canada

#7 Feb 28, 2012
Poor babies will be used as pincushions by pediatricians, killing some, maiming many with vaccines.

“Proud to be a Wiccan Priest”

Since: Jul 09

Jonesboro AR

#8 Feb 28, 2012
cpeter1313 wrote:
It has t5he authority to do so. However, the feds also have the authority to pull all MCD funding from the state as well. And they should.
And after the elections watch as president Obama does so.. That if it does not happen a lot sooner.

Texas thinks it can do with out Federal money so be it..

Since: Feb 12

El Paso, TX

#9 Feb 28, 2012
Texas can do without the Feds.

Let the rest of the country import Texas oil. Let them pay for transport of all the stuff made in Mexico for traveling through Texas. Import and Export fees added by Texas.
Let thenFeds do what they want.
One thing for sure Texas can secure the border better than the Feds are doing.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#10 Feb 28, 2012
Then why does TX take federal money at all?

Why import your oil? We can get it from alaska and canada without the ego and arrogance.
UR BS wrote:
Texas can do without the Feds.
Let the rest of the country import Texas oil. Let them pay for transport of all the stuff made in Mexico for traveling through Texas. Import and Export fees added by Texas.
Let thenFeds do what they want.
One thing for sure Texas can secure the border better than the Feds are doing.

Since: Feb 12

Waltham, MA

#11 Feb 29, 2012
Texas takes the money because we pay it in for all the welfare riding sum suckers out there in other places. So as our Governor said, when you stop collecting it we will stop taking it.
As to the oil thing. Go right ahead and get it anywhere you like but that will mean that you will have to get obama to approve that terrible pipeline, and open up areas in Alaska to drill that might inconvience a polar bear.
So go ahead. Texas is one of the few states that could fend for itself as make it as an independent country.
So just how much oil and natural gas you got there in Indy bubba?
By the way nice pic of Vlad.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#12 Feb 29, 2012
There are other extraction possibilities than the ones you suggest.

There are no welfare recipients in texas? BS. And no, you could not make it as an independent country; the US militqaary will not protect you if you secede, and mexico would annex your tuchus faster than you could follow.

Since we aren't getting oil specifically from texas anyway, what's your point? Personally, I'm hoping that we start forcing hybrid cars into the market more aggressively so you can use your crude oil as the enema you so richly need.
UR BS wrote:
Texas takes the money because we pay it in for all the welfare riding sum suckers out there in other places. So as our Governor said, when you stop collecting it we will stop taking it.
As to the oil thing. Go right ahead and get it anywhere you like but that will mean that you will have to get obama to approve that terrible pipeline, and open up areas in Alaska to drill that might inconvience a polar bear.
So go ahead. Texas is one of the few states that could fend for itself as make it as an independent country.
So just how much oil and natural gas you got there in Indy bubba?
By the way nice pic of Vlad.

Since: Feb 12

Waltham, MA

#13 Feb 29, 2012
cpeter1313 wrote:
There are other extraction possibilities than the ones you suggest.
There are no welfare recipients in texas? BS. And no, you could not make it as an independent country; the US militqaary will not protect you if you secede, and mexico would annex your tuchus faster than you could follow.
Since we aren't getting oil specifically from texas anyway, what's your point? Personally, I'm hoping that we start forcing hybrid cars into the market more aggressively so you can use your crude oil as the enema you so richly need.
<quoted text>
Lots of welfare sucking scum buckets. Most of them illegally here and protected by the feds.
Lots of extraction methods can be used but your messiah isn't allowing them.
Don't need the US Military to protect Texas. Texas has a very good and very well equiped National Guard which is a State operated force so sorry.
You don't know where the oil you use is coming from so you are again blowing smoke. Lets not forget that if Texas were to become its own country that would mean that 300 miles out into the gulf would be Texas territorial waters so no drilling for you. Lets not forget the refineries in Texas either, no gas for you from them.
As to your idiotic comment about Mexico, Texas kicked them out of here one time already would not take much to do it again. Besides they are too busy with their drug cartels.
No matter how you slice it you people in Indy need Texas much more than Texas needs you.
I would suggest that youn use your oil for an enema you need but two things prevent that, first you don't have any oil so can't do it unless we let you buy some and second your head is in the way.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#14 Feb 29, 2012
The national guard? Right. Does it also have it own navy and air force? Wars are fought on more than the land.

Not that the US will allow you to secede. How it would play out is that you would declare secession, we send in the military, remove your entire government as traitors, and (having renounced statehood during the secession) treat you like puerto rico. Your presumption that most texans would even want to secede isn't backed up by any proof. Then we will allow the oil companies to rape your land and leave the northern fields alone. Then we allow PR to become the new 50th state, avoiding revising the flag and royally pissing you off.
UR BS wrote:
<quoted text>
Lots of welfare sucking scum buckets. Most of them illegally here and protected by the feds.
Lots of extraction methods can be used but your messiah isn't allowing them.
Don't need the US Military to protect Texas. Texas has a very good and very well equiped National Guard which is a State operated force so sorry.
You don't know where the oil you use is coming from so you are again blowing smoke. Lets not forget that if Texas were to become its own country that would mean that 300 miles out into the gulf would be Texas territorial waters so no drilling for you. Lets not forget the refineries in Texas either, no gas for you from them.
As to your idiotic comment about Mexico, Texas kicked them out of here one time already would not take much to do it again. Besides they are too busy with their drug cartels.
No matter how you slice it you people in Indy need Texas much more than Texas needs you.
I would suggest that youn use your oil for an enema you need but two things prevent that, first you don't have any oil so can't do it unless we let you buy some and second your head is in the way.

Since: Feb 12

El Paso, TX

#15 Feb 29, 2012
cpeter1313 wrote:
The national guard? Right. Does it also have it own navy and air force? Wars are fought on more than the land.
Not that the US will allow you to secede. How it would play out is that you would declare secession, we send in the military, remove your entire government as traitors, and (having renounced statehood during the secession) treat you like puerto rico. Your presumption that most texans would even want to secede isn't backed up by any proof. Then we will allow the oil companies to rape your land and leave the northern fields alone. Then we allow PR to become the new 50th state, avoiding revising the flag and royally pissing you off.
<quoted text>
Yeah right keep dreaming. You remind me of another idiot that said the Confederacy violated the constitution by leaving the union. You can't charge anyone with treason for secession.
As to the rest of your rant you talk about proof and them fantasize. PR doesn't want to be the 50th state or the 51st as we already have 50.

“Let Them Live”

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#16 Mar 4, 2012
UR BS wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah right keep dreaming. You remind me of another idiot that said the Confederacy violated the constitution by leaving the union. You can't charge anyone with treason for secession.
As to the rest of your rant you talk about proof and them fantasize. PR doesn't want to be the 50th state or the 51st as we already have 50.
I like you.
PATRIOT

San Antonio, TX

#17 Mar 5, 2012
cpeter1313 wrote:
Then why does TX take federal money at all?
Why import your oil? We can get it from alaska and canada without the ego and arrogance.
<quoted text>
But casn you refine it and transport it? Alaska does not produce natural gas like Texas does and Canada just got a gut full of Obama on the pipeline issue. Now Canada is going to move it's crude oil from Oklahoma to Texas for refining and distribution, leaving you and a whole bunch of non-arrogant know-it-alls in the cold and heat, with rolling brownouts thrown in for good measure.

By the way, do you know how much wellhead and gasoline tax money comes from Texas and finds it's way into Federal income stream? And can you tell us where these Alaska and Canadian oil producers have their corporate offices? Check it out hot stuff.
PATRIOT

San Antonio, TX

#18 Mar 5, 2012
cpeter1313 wrote:
The national guard? Right. Does it also have it own navy and air force? Wars are fought on more than the land.
Not that the US will allow you to secede. How it would play out is that you would declare secession, we send in the military, remove your entire government as traitors, and (having renounced statehood during the secession) treat you like puerto rico. Your presumption that most texans would even want to secede isn't backed up by any proof. Then we will allow the oil companies to rape your land and leave the northern fields alone. Then we allow PR to become the new 50th state, avoiding revising the flag and royally pissing you off.
<quoted text>
For your information, there is the Texas National Guard and the Texas Air National Guard. So, yes Texas has it's own army and air force. Now as for a navy we got the USS Texas at San Jacinto and the USS Lexington at Corpus Christi.

As for the rest of your clap trap, check this out. Fort Hood Texas has provided the bulk of all troops serving in Iraq and Afganastan. They consider themselves Texans. Fort Sam Houston and Brooke Army Hospital serve as the main health care center for the military with the closing of the shamful state of Walter Reed Army Hospital. These folks in San Antonio consider Texas home. NASA, located in Houston, has it's pointy little fingers all over every satelite in orbit, which includes those belonging to the CIA and the anti-Texas Federal military you manufactured. NASA folks live in Texas, pay taxes in Texas, and their kids go to school in Texas.

And here is something I'll bet you didn't know about. Many of the largest military research centers for high-tech warfare developement in here in Texas, run by Texas residents, and furnish the Federal Government and the U.S. Military with all those wonderful toys they need to wage war against Texas.

You might want to pull in that arrogance and self-promoting pious intellect you have mistakenly used as a fearful threat of "rape" us Texans-as if we really care one Mexican Freetail Bat turd about your worthless, uninformed rheteric.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#19 Mar 5, 2012
The ships you note ar property of the government, not texas. And those researchers you are crowing about? They are going to follow the money back to washington. I rather doubt your national guard could stand against mexico OR american military resources. BTW--how do you propose to get the oil to refine if you can't use the US or its waters to transport it? Keep in mind that you have no shores that are not blocked by american waters.

I still am not seeing a general desire among texans to secede.
PATRIOT wrote:
<quoted text>
For your information, there is the Texas National Guard and the Texas Air National Guard. So, yes Texas has it's own army and air force. Now as for a navy we got the USS Texas at San Jacinto and the USS Lexington at Corpus Christi.
As for the rest of your clap trap, check this out. Fort Hood Texas has provided the bulk of all troops serving in Iraq and Afganastan. They consider themselves Texans. Fort Sam Houston and Brooke Army Hospital serve as the main health care center for the military with the closing of the shamful state of Walter Reed Army Hospital. These folks in San Antonio consider Texas home. NASA, located in Houston, has it's pointy little fingers all over every satelite in orbit, which includes those belonging to the CIA and the anti-Texas Federal military you manufactured. NASA folks live in Texas, pay taxes in Texas, and their kids go to school in Texas.
And here is something I'll bet you didn't know about. Many of the largest military research centers for high-tech warfare developement in here in Texas, run by Texas residents, and furnish the Federal Government and the U.S. Military with all those wonderful toys they need to wage war against Texas.
You might want to pull in that arrogance and self-promoting pious intellect you have mistakenly used as a fearful threat of "rape" us Texans-as if we really care one Mexican Freetail Bat turd about your worthless, uninformed rheteric.

“Let Them Live”

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#20 Mar 5, 2012
cpeter1313 wrote:
The ships you note ar property of the government, not texas. And those researchers you are crowing about? They are going to follow the money back to washington. I rather doubt your national guard could stand against mexico OR american military resources. BTW--how do you propose to get the oil to refine if you can't use the US or its waters to transport it? Keep in mind that you have no shores that are not blocked by american waters.
I still am not seeing a general desire among texans to secede.
<quoted text>
Just think! You could be a lucky girl! Your ship might just come in. I can picture you standing on the shore, waving your hanky, your bald head shining in the sun. Dressed in a nice vintage dress from your mom's closet. What a picture of loveliness you'll be!

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#21 Mar 6, 2012
All of which just demonstrates your lack of relevance on these boards, and in life.
A Baby is Life wrote:
<quoted text>Just think! You could be a lucky girl! Your ship might just come in. I can picture you standing on the shore, waving your hanky, your bald head shining in the sun. Dressed in a nice vintage dress from your mom's closet. What a picture of loveliness you'll be!

“idol of millions”

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#22 Mar 6, 2012
A Baby is Life wrote:
<quoted text>Just think! You could be a lucky girl! Your ship might just come in. I can picture you standing on the shore, waving your hanky, your bald head shining in the sun. Dressed in a nice vintage dress from your mom's closet. What a picture of loveliness you'll be!
Well, I can think of many a ship that would be skipping his harbor!
PATRIOT

San Antonio, TX

#23 Mar 6, 2012
cpeter1313 wrote:
The ships you note ar property of the government, not texas. And those researchers you are crowing about? They are going to follow the money back to washington. I rather doubt your national guard could stand against mexico OR american military resources. BTW--how do you propose to get the oil to refine if you can't use the US or its waters to transport it? Keep in mind that you have no shores that are not blocked by american waters.
I still am not seeing a general desire among texans to secede.
<quoted text>
Wrong again Sancho. The USS Texas belongs to Texas Parks and Wildlife, and the USS Lexington belongs to a non-profit association in Corpus.

And as for as the researchers go, they already got your money and flocked to Texas by avoiding Washington.

National Guard can't stand up to Mexico? Back in the 80's I introduced Congressman Ron Paul to the Texas Adjutent General of the Texas Guard. After a very informative meeting, Paul and Senator John Tower got together and built the Guard up to a strength in manpower and weapons that would kick Sadam's ass in the "Mother of All Battles". Not only is the Guard up to it, but Texas has several homegrown militias that ain't too shabby.

You are the dumbest rock in the desert on the oil question. Sonny, oil and cattle made Texas. If Texas produces, refines, and uses all of it's oil and gas resources, you're going to freeze your ass off the winter Texas takes a hike from little pissants like you and your socialist friends in the White House.

How old are you by the way? 12?
PATRIOT

San Antonio, TX

#24 Mar 6, 2012
A Baby is Life wrote:
<quoted text>Just think! You could be a lucky girl! Your ship might just come in. I can picture you standing on the shore, waving your hanky, your bald head shining in the sun. Dressed in a nice vintage dress from your mom's closet. What a picture of loveliness you'll be!
I love it!
PATRIOT

San Antonio, TX

#25 Mar 6, 2012
bluestreak resurgent wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, I can think of many a ship that would be skipping his harbor!
I love this too!

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