OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, State Question 756

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 11, 2010

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WarForOil

Grapevine, TX

#55175 Dec 18, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
Obama's Approval now stands at the second lowest ever recorded.

Only Nixon at Watergate had a lower number.
In that case, Obama's is the second lowest ever.
Not 'the second lowest ever recorded', Dilbert.

Math clearly ain't your subject.
JLP

United States

#55176 Dec 18, 2013
International statement Obama made by his actions to send openly gay representatives to Sochi for Winter Olympics...the blogger below expresses the frustration of millions of Americans.

Brandon > mrminwnc

• 10 minutes ago

You can stand by and watch a dictator gas thousands of his own people, you can bow to authoritarians worldwide, you can let tyrants run the show and let terrorists walk all over us in Benghazi, but don't you dare say mean things to homosexuals!

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

But, homosexual behavior is cherished by Barack and Michelle/Michael and Obama took Putin's rejection so very personal. Exactly the way it was meant.
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#55177 Dec 18, 2013
ChesterMolester wrote:
aka: WarForOil
Aetna stated they were glad to offer better policies
via the exchanges. At least read Aetna's press release next
time before you bitch.

I read it bitch... Aetna told Obama to go screw himself, they are not going to re-issue the policies that they were forced to cancel due to Obamacare as he had ask them to do you f*cking idiot!

Perhaps you should try providing an intellectually educated response for a change. You might find it more refreshing than being the pathetic parasite you are without any doubt.
Now get lost parasite.
froggerman

New Kensington, PA

#55178 Dec 18, 2013
youtube.com/watch... …… The Spirits of Christmas poop got deep on this thread
DoesntMatter

Perkins, OK

#55179 Dec 18, 2013
Jenks wrote:
Yep. Ban Facebook! And walking
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#55180 Dec 18, 2013
ChesterMolester wrote:
aka: WarForOil
In that case, Obama's is the second lowest ever.
Not 'the second lowest ever recorded', Dilbert.

Math clearly ain't your subject.

Comprehension clearly ain't your subject is it Chester... so lets try it like this since I'm all out of crayons today.

Obama's Approval now stands at

- the second lowest-

- ever recorded -

You really are as ignorant as you are inbred but do seem to be rather proud of it.

Now get lost parasite.
Dix

United States

#55183 Dec 18, 2013
Krauthammer: It Took Barbara Walters 5 Years to Realize Obama’s Not the Messiah? It Took Us 1 1/2 Hours

By Noel Sheppard | December 18, 2013 | 17:41

Barbara Walter’s admission Tuesday evening that she used to believe President Obama was the next messiah is predictably the target of derision and satire in conservative circles.

Making a guest appearance on Fox News’s The Five Wednesday, syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said,“Five years to realize the man isn't a messiah? I think it took some of us…an hour and a half”(video follows with transcript and absolutely no need for additional commentary):

CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: Well, I mean, it's remarkable that it would take half a decade for the veil to be lifted from her eyes. Five years to realize the man isn't a messiah? I think it took some of us –[Looking at co-host Bob Beckel] well, almost all of us – about, you know, an hour and a half to realize that he gives a good speech, but he's shown no aptitude at governing. So I'm glad that she's aboard, but she's a little late.

About the Author
Noel Sheppard is the Associate Editor of NewsBusters. Click here to follow Noel Sheppard on Twitter.

Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/20...
Dix

United States

#55184 Dec 19, 2013
Saudi Prince Slams Obama on Iran

Wednesday, 18 Dec 2013 12:18 PM

By Fred Fleitz

The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times ran important columns this week on recent statements by Saudi Prince Turki al-Faisal in which he slammed U.S. Mideast policy, especially the recent talks on Iran’s nuclear program.

Prince Turki, a member of the Saudi royal family and brother to Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal, has no formal position in the Saudi government but is believed to be an unofficial spokesman for the royal family and King Abdullah.

Prince Turki’s public and blunt criticism of the United States was unusual for a Saudi royal and indicates how serious the growing breach is between the Washington and Riyadh.

Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/newswidget/Turki-al-Fa...
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Middle East allies look at Obama as a weak unreliable weasel of a president. Foreign Policy of America is in complete disarray.
Dix

United States

#55185 Dec 19, 2013
Each party group currently rates big government as the greatest threat to the country, including a record-high 92% of Republicans and 71% of independents, as well as 56% of Democrats. Democrats are most likely of the partisan groups to name big business as the biggest threat, at 36%; relatively few Republicans, 4%, view big business as the most threatening.

Views of Biggest Threat to Future of the Country, by Political Party, December 2013

Implications

Americans have consistently viewed big government as a greater threat to the United States than either big business or big labor, but never more than they do now. That may be partly a reaction to an administration that favors the use of government to solve problems. Also, the revelation of widespread government monitoring of U.S. Internet activity may be a factor in raising Americans' concern about the government. The threat of big business may seem diminished now, during a relatively calm period for big business, with rising stock values and relatively few major corporate scandals such as occurred in the early 2000s. Also, the labor movement is far less influential in U.S. policy today than in the past, including in 1965, when Gallup first asked the question.

In the future, Americans likely will continue to view big government as the greatest threat of the three, partly because of Republicans' reluctance to rely on government to solve problems, and because Democrats and independents are also inclined to view big government as a greater threat than big business or big labor. But the percentage of Americans viewing big government as the greatest threat will also likely to continue to vary, in response to current conditions in the political and business environments
WarForOil

Grapevine, TX

#55186 Dec 19, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
<quoted text>

I read it bitch... Aetna told Obama to go screw himself, they are not going to re-issue the policies that they were forced to cancel due to Obamacare as he had ask them to do you f*cking idiot!
.
You'd have been greatly better off if you'd have plead
ignorance to the details of the statement. Instead you claim you
read it and yet you still misunderstand the content.

You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him understand.
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#55187 Dec 19, 2013
ChesterMolester wrote:
aka: WarForOil
You'd have been greatly better off if you'd have plead
ignorance to the details of the statement. Instead you claim you
read it and yet you still misunderstand the content.

You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him understand.

When you lie like that, your whole argument dies Chester.

Poor Crybaby Chester, once again I've reduced you to the laughing stock of Topix you ignorant dolt.
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#55189 Dec 19, 2013
OOPs it seems a "Stand down order was given"

Benghazi is the gift that keeps giving. Due to secrecy testimony was given behind close doors.

Why did Obama want to off Ambassador Stevens?

Even Hillary thought it was the right thing to do and agreed with Obama to let Susan Rice go on the Sunday Talkshows and lie about it all.

Then when she finally is cornered by Congress says and I quote:
"What difference – at this point, what difference does it make?"
And to think there are morons that wants an clueless moron like that for President... go figure.
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#55190 Dec 19, 2013
Obama: If I had a son, he would be like Tevin Kievelle, lol.
Another one of Obama's Liberal Sons goes job hunting in... VIRGINIA
Police say they have charged 31-year-old Tevin Kievelle Monroe with brandishing a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon and disorderly conduct after he took an unorthodox approach to procuring employment.(in an Obama Economy)

Monroe reportedly entered the McDonalds on St. Paul's Boulevard and asked the store manager for an application. Police say that after the manager explained twice that the application process was handled online, Monroe lifted his shirt and revealed a gun tucked in his waistband.

The manager reportedly asked Monroe to have a seat, found a paper application and contacted police.

Police arrested Monroe while he was filling out the application.

He did not get the position.
You just can't make this sh!t up folks...
http://www.breitbart.com/InstaBlog/2013/12/18...
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#55191 Dec 19, 2013
Lets see. the ACA was touted as affordable healthcare that provides access to everyone. However, if you like what you had then, you could keep it. Well, we know what a lie that was and fraudulent as well.

But instead of affordable, accessible healthcare for all, we have seen the premiums rise, the deductibles rise with increased co-pays as well. Access is down as some doctors will not take new Medicaid patients and others aren't included along with the new plans.

Many frontline hospitals are not included in the plans either. Now making all this mess work financially is predicated upon an unproven idea that the young healthy adults whom are less likely to make a claim will sign up for insurance.

Now in order to get the insurance companies to agree to this debacle, the President agreed to subsidize any less than expected profits for insurers for the first three years.

I think the website issues including the incredible amount of money paid out to Obama cohorts to build it are minor compared to the idea that somehow you are going to get this concept to actually deliver healthcare any better than previous methods.

No one in this country should go without medical care, nor food, nor shelter for any reason. Making it more difficult while claiming the opposite is incompetent at best. How come there is no common sense from anyone who holds office in Washington... What a clusterf*ck?
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#55192 Dec 19, 2013
Obama's off to Hawaii, meanwhile...

The Associated Press' latest poll shows nearly half of all insured Americans reporting that Obamacare has already impacted their 2014 coverage. Within this group, nearly seven in ten point to rising premiums and nearly eight in ten place blame squarely on the new law.

As HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius finally admits that Obamacare will increase costs for "some" consumers, middle class families are girding their loins for the year to come. Democrats will eagerly point to a handful of success stories, wherein people managed to enroll in better coverage for less money.

But the law was sold as a boon to all Americans, a coruscating lie that has betrayed millions.

http://townhall.com/tipsheet/guybenson/2013/1...
Jenks

United States

#55193 Dec 19, 2013
by Craig R. Smith 18 Dec 2013 234 post a comment

The Federal government is now in the business of abusing children, and business is good.

Think about what Mr. Obama, Harry Reid, and Nancy Pelosi are asking of our children. They are saddling them with $17 trillion in immediate debt and over $100 trillion in long term liabilities. They also want them to provide health care for the very people who buried them in this mountain of debt.

Talk about abuse!

How in the world can any leader in Washington D.C. look in the mirror and be comfortable with what is looking back? They should be ashamed enough to stop their wanton, wasteful spending and start cutting instead. Spending levels should be reduced to a point were we have to ask the minimum from our young people, which will still be a heck of a lot more than was asked from us.

For the first time, in my opinion, we are going to hand our nation to the next generation in worse shape than it was handed to us. The government, all parties included, have allowed spending to reach outrageous levels never justified in a million years. But make no mistake about it, with Harry Reid and Barack Obama it is only going to get worse.
WarForOil

Grapevine, TX

#55194 Dec 19, 2013
Jenks wrote:
Think about what Mr. Obama, Harry Reid, and Nancy Pelosi are asking of our children. They are saddling them with $17 trillion in immediate debt and over $100 trillion in long term liabilities.

They also want them to provide health care for the very people who buried them in this mountain of debt.
Both parties voted for the stimulus.
Jenks

United States

#55195 Dec 19, 2013
El stupido they both didn't vote for ObamaCare now did they?
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#55196 Dec 19, 2013
ChesterMolester wrote:
aka: WarForOil
Both parties voted for the stimulus.

You ignorant low-life no information dirtbag have to be the most illiterate POS Pedo-Bear to walk the face of this earth. Did you even go to school Chester? Why do you make it so easy to insult and belittle your ignorance? Like I've told you before, you truly are as stupid as you are inbred.

The House has approved President Barack Obama's economic stimulus plan, but the victory came without any of the Republican support that Obama hoped for.

The $819 billion stimulus bill passed the House 244 to 188, but not a single Republican voted for it. Eleven Democrats broke with their party and voted against the stimulus. And only three Republicans in the Senate voted in favour: Snowe, Susan Collins (ME) a known Liberal Goose-Stepper and Arlen Specter (PA) that switched parties to a Democrat and Judd Gregg that left the Senate afterwards.

That's hardly a bi-partisan passed bill but go ahead and keep being stupid because I enjoy reducing you to the laughingstock of Topix you ignorant SOB.

Now get lost parasite and kill yourself since the best part of you was squirt on the side of that dumpster where you were created!
Agnostic

Oklahoma City, OK

#55197 Dec 19, 2013
Nah, they didn't support the stimulus, BUT Republicans did appear with those giant cardboard checks to hand out the funds.from the stimulus. We have pics to prove it..

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