Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
Mgtn Res

“Leg Humper!”

Since: Oct 13

Bad Dog! Bad Dog!

#45402 Mar 31, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
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Over 50 wasted votes to repeal it but you keep track of the number of times it's been improved?
No, not how many times that it has been improved, but how many times that it has been illegally changed to appease a useless, worthless base (including you).
Mgtn Res

“Leg Humper!”

Since: Oct 13

Bad Dog! Bad Dog!

#45403 Mar 31, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
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The Netherlands (Amsterdam) is better than us. All countries have problems, but they don't have many. It's strong business foundation holds up all kinds of crazy public works projects and they even eliminated their traffic because they all ride bikes. They're a negative-CO2 country, their healthcare is premium with near-zero unemployment, everyone's college is paid for, progressive drug laws, etc.
We can learn something from every country. I just don't understand the abhorrence to that. We can make the good better. That's American exceptionalism.
If you will move to Amsterdam I will be more than willing to clear room in my schedule to help you pack.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#45406 Mar 31, 2014
http://www.cfe-eutax.org/taxation/personal-in... kiss you hard earned money goodbye.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#45407 Mar 31, 2014
http://news.investors.com/ibd-editorials/1220... america wins again ! we are the best.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#45408 Mar 31, 2014
its all over the news. vlad putin has turned obama into his little biatch again. hahaha.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#45409 Mar 31, 2014
obama is such a phhuckup. 55 percent of young people dont want obamas chit. obama will not release how many have paid.. why cant we get a straight answer from that s o b ? how many need to sign up and pay to keep the train wreck afloat without government intervention. are the folks who make 60k per year going to get phuccked ? whats going on ?
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#45410 Mar 31, 2014
obama is clucking the middle class and he doesnt give a chit. its pissing me off. i want the white house liberal pipelines MSNBC , CNN, HLN to tell the freakin truth without bullchit spin. the libby welfare class needs to get educated so they can make good voting decisions.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#45412 Mar 31, 2014
http://www.humanevents.com/2014/03/19/obamaca... can someone explain to me why fox is saying the real price of obama care is 2015 ?
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#45413 Mar 31, 2014
hahaha ... obama is building his big parade !! meanwhile the website is broken. you libbys elected a real winner didnt you hahahaha. i love how fox rips him.

Since: Sep 13

Fairmont, WV

#45416 Mar 31, 2014
fitness-guru wrote:
obama is clucking the middle class and he doesnt give a chit. its pissing me off. i want the white house liberal pipelines MSNBC , CNN, HLN to tell the freakin truth without bullchit spin. the libby welfare class needs to get educated so they can make good voting decisions.
More bullsh*t that doesn't hold up to fact.

Everyone who doesn't have his/her head up their a** knows that liberals have much higher levels of education than conservatives. The higher the education level, the more likely the individual is a self-identified liberal.

Why do you think conservatives despise all those worldly and knowledgeable professors that actually KNOW what they're talking about?

Also, "liberal welfare class?" Are you mentally ill?

Red states are not only the poorest states but also the most dependent on government aid.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/26/repu...

Seriously, how does someone get as deluded as you and not end up in an asylum?

Take your meds boyo.

Since: Sep 13

Fairmont, WV

#45418 Mar 31, 2014
Layne Staley: Poet Laureate.
bubinski

Saint Albans, WV

#45419 Mar 31, 2014
Politics
03.31.14
Obamacare Crosses the Finish Line
As the final figures roll in, the conventional wisdom still calls it a disaster. Yet far more people say they can live with the law than back repeal. How dare they!
Brace yourself, friends, for the new hate-and-snicker-fest on the right about the Obamacare numbers. It started over the weekend—actually, it’s been more or less ongoing since last fall—but it’s going to crescendo now that the enrollment deadline has been reached. Six million, eh? Bah. A million below expectations, they’ll say, and in any case a fake number. That’s what Wyoming Senator John Barrasso said Sunday on Fox; the administration is “cooking the books.” He didn’t reveal how he knows this, but of course he wasn’t pressed on the point.
As of Sunday morning while Barrasso was speaking, the enrollment figure was edging close to 6.6 million, and by midnight tonight it might well hit 7 million. Conservatives will say it’s all a big con. Two criticisms have some merit. First, it’s certainly true that signing up isn’t the same thing as paying premiums on a month-to-basis. So we’ll have to see about that over time. Second, the percent of enrollees who are young and healthy is apparently a little lower than the most optimistic hopes (it's around 27 percent).
Those are open questions that can’t be answered for a while. But they provide no basis on which to doubt the raw numbers. There was a similar late rush on Romneycare, when nearly 7,800 Bay Staters signed up in the last month before the deadline, around twice as many as during a typical earlier month. And they certainly don’t demonstrate fraudulence. Unless the photographers who snapped these photos that appear on the White House blog are working under the same orders from Pyongyang as the people who allegedly concocted Barack Obama’s birth certificate, there’s nothing fraudulent going on here, either: What you see here, instead, are long lines of people waiting to enroll at sign-up centers in cities across the country.
It’s still going to be a huge challenge to shift public opinion. Or is it? Maybe it’s shifting already. Consider these numbers from a Kaiser Foundation poll from last week. Percent who like the ACA’s extension of dependent coverage: 76. Percent supportive of the act’s closing of the Medicare drug “donut hole”: 73. Percent favoring “guaranteed issue” of coverage to people who are already sick: 69. Percent who back the Medicaid expansion: 62.
Oh, wait. Those are the Republican percentages. The overall percentages, respectively, are 80, 79, 70, and 74.
It’s the same old disconnect. Just as majorities of even rank-and-file Republicans support things like restricting the gun-show loophole (indeed a majority of NRA members support that), majorities of Republicans back these and other basic common-sense provisions of the ACA. And yet these same Republicans keep reelecting to Congress a horde of dishonest and ideologically driven harlots who’ve voted 50-whatever times to do away with all these positive changes.
bubinski

Saint Albans, WV

#45420 Mar 31, 2014
And the mainstream media continue to insist that because of one congressional race in Florida in a district Republicans have held since Nixon was president, that this law is going to be the Democrats’ downfall this November. And why is that? Well, because they’ve decided. Obama and the Democrats are forcing this whole thing down people’s throats, and the Republicans’ repeal position represents the will of the besieged people.
Related: Robert Shrum: 100 Years of Right (and Left) Moves
Is that so? Here are two other numbers from the Kaiser poll. They gave people four options: keep the law as is, keep it and change it where needed, get of it and replace with a GOP alternative, and simply get rid of it and replace it with nothing. The first two and the second two can be reasonably grouped together as “basically support the law” and “basically oppose the law.” The numbers are 59 to 29. Not against—in support of the law.
My main point here is not to argue that Obamacare will be a plus for Democrats this fall. I think, as I’ve often written, that it can be—or that it at least can be a draw if Democrats pound away on the specifics and challenge Republicans to defend a world in which sick people can again be denied coverage and all the rest. That would be a nice little layer of icing, because it would prove the smug conventional wisdom as wrong as it usually is.
But the cake has to do with the way this entire conversation has been framed in the media. Imagine that the Democrats were standing implacably behind a position that had the backing of 29 percent of the people.(This number on repeal, by the way, is in line with most recent polls, which find the percentage favoring repeal to be in the low 30s, like this one; I should note that there was recently one poll, by AP, which put the repeal number much higher, at 41. I bet you can guess which of those polls has received more media coverage.) They’d be murdered in the press. Out of touch elitists.
But it’s one of the key rules of lazy political journalism that Republicans are the heartland and by definition can’t be out of touch with it (rules dreamed up, by the way, mostly by people from the Eastern seaboard who went to private universities and haven’t the slightest idea in the world about the actual heartland). Only Democrats can be. That’s how it can come to pass that liberals and Democrats can be defending a law whose major provisions enjoy broad support, and a law that most Americans have come around to accepting as a part of life that they’ll learn to live with, and be called out of touch. And it’s why John Barrasso can get away with making evidence-free allegations on Sunday morning television. But remember: Unwell people are getting health coverage for the first time in their lives by the millions. The people who are in charge of our “perception” will catch up with reality someday.
George

Spencer, WV

#45421 Mar 31, 2014
fitness-guru wrote:
obama is clucking the middle class and he doesnt give a chit. its pissing me off. i want the white house liberal pipelines MSNBC , CNN, HLN to tell the freakin truth without bullchit spin. the libby welfare class needs to get educated so they can make good voting decisions.
Hey Guru, there is a narcissistic homicidal lunatic who thinks YOU should be in an asylum. Now that is funny stuff.

Since: Sep 13

Fairmont, WV

#45422 Mar 31, 2014
Again George, you have no idea what the definition of a narcissist is (I doubt you've ever even held a DSM in your hands). I also doubt you could even tell me where the word "narcissist" originates from.
raccoon

Oldtown, MD

#45425 Mar 31, 2014
Another Damn Liberal wrote:
And the first state to pass a $10.10 minimum wage is ... Connecticut!
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/03/27/1287... #
Connecticut has become the first state to pass legislation raising its minimum wage to $10.10 an hour. The bill was passed with strong margins in the state Senate and House and Gov. Dannel Malloy plans to sign it Thursday evening:
“I am proud that Connecticut is once again a leader on an issue of national importance. Increasing the minimum wage is not just good for workers, it’s also good for business,” said Malloy, a first-term Democrat facing re-election.
The move is being hailed by President Barack Obama, who held a rally in Connecticut urging an increased minimum wage earlier in the month.
Connecticut was already the first state to pass a paid sick leave law, also under Malloy, and had raised its minimum wage to $8.70 last year. The new bill will increase the minimum wage to $9.15 in 2015,$9.60 in 2016, and $10.10 in 2017; currently, the highest state minimum wage in the country is Washington's $9.32, while Washington, DC, has passed a bill raising its minimum wage to $11.50 in steps.
Though Republicans in Congress are blocking an increase in the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour, several states are poised to follow Connecticut's lead:
Maryland’s House this month approved raising the minimum wage to $10.10 by 2017, which is nowaccoon pending in the Senate. Hawaii’s Senate passed a similar increase. And in Massachusetts, House Speaker Robert DeLeo this month threw support behind increasing the state wage in stages to as much as $10.50, after a larger jump previously passed the Senate.
The movement on minimum wage in states from Hawaii to West Virginia is good news for workers, but Congress needs to take action so that workers in the 29 states currently at the federal minimum wage aren't left behind, living in poverty.
what will you humpers do when more money puts you in a different bracket and you won't get your food stamps and medicade.then have to buy your insurance and food.pop out a couple more kids.and scream poverty
mecico

United States

#45426 Mar 31, 2014
Space-Cowboy wrote:
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The number of ex-patriots leaving America and also renouncing their citizenship has never been higher.
Also, the amount of immigrants coming into America from bordering countries is at a historical low (pssst...that's Mexicans too).
mexicans are nasty .look at them and most of them have big mouths and are uggggglllyyyyy
fitness-guru WARNING

Norman, OK

#45428 Apr 1, 2014
obama/democrats = rotting scum cheats = http://politics.suntimes.com/article/washingt...
fitness-guru WARNING

Norman, OK

#45429 Apr 1, 2014
http://dailycaller.com/2014/03/31/california-... look at that piece of chit smiling.
fitness-guru WARNING

Norman, OK

#45430 Apr 1, 2014
uhhh...ohhh...wistleblower voter fraud linked to whitehouse but fear for her life and doesnt want to be identified..

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