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Lyndi

Sarasota, FL

#169229 Sep 28, 2013
...and oh look. Catcher brought Hip along with him. Two Obama junkies are on my front porch waiting for a word with me.

Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Haaaaaaaaa
Haaaaaaaaaaaaa

Welcome to liberal Nutsville!
Lyndi

Sarasota, FL

#169230 Sep 28, 2013
HipGnozizzz wrote:
<quoted text>An Obama term, eh? I'll bet the low information voters who lap up your spew aren't aware of this from perennial Presidential candidate John McCain c.200 (pre Rove-slapdown that turned a conservative maverick into a party-line shill) defending the "redistribution of wealth" concept:
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2008/10/...
So, you're full of it. Again. Redistribution of wealth is an economic concept that underlies all taxation policy from the beginning of this nation, NOT the re-branded version used so crassly by right-wing shrieks since 2008.
Blah, blah, blah
I'd love to stick around and watch you melt down into a puddle but there's this real nice body of water out front beckoning me.
.....but you sit right there with smoke pouring out of your ears pretending Obama is one darn good president and we'll chat another time.'kay?
HipGnozizzz

Altona, IL

#169232 Sep 28, 2013
Top 16 Lies About The ACA (Obamacare) promulgated by the opposition as rathed by PolitiFact:

1. Florida Gov. Rick Scott: The health care law rations care, like systems in Canada and Great Britain. False.

2. Sarah Palin: The health care law has "death panels." Pants on Fire.

3. Chain email: Muslims are exempt from the health care law. Pants on Fire.

4. Michele Bachmann: The IRS is going to be "in charge" of "a huge national database" on health care that will include Americans’ "personal, intimate, most close-to-the-vest-secrets. " Pants on Fire.

5. Chain email: Congress is exempt from Obamacare. False.

6. Marco Rubio: Under Obamacare, people who "have a doctor they’ve been seeing for the last 15 or 20 years, they won’t be able to keep going to that doctor." Mostly False.

7. U.S. Rep. C.W. Bill Young: The health care law is a "government takeover" of health care. Pants on Fire.

8. Chain email: "All non-US citizens, illegal or not, will be provided with free health care services." Pants on Fire.

9. Pres. Obama: Because of Obamacare, health care premiums have "gone up slower than any time in the last 50 years." False.

10. Marco Rubio: Under Obamacare, "75 percent of small businesses now say they are going to be forced to either fire workers or cut their hours." Pants on Fire.

11. Chain email: "At age 76 when you most need it, you are not eligible for cancer treatment" under the health law. Pants on Fire.

12. Chain email: The health care law includes "a 3.8% sales tax" on "all real estate transactions." Pants on Fire.

13. Rush Limbaugh: "Obamacare is ... the largest tax increase in the history of the world." Pants on Fire.

14. Chain email: A "hidden" provision in the health care law taxes sporting goods as medical devices. Pants on Fire.

15. Betsy McCaughey, former lt. gov. NY: Obamacare will question your sex life. Pants on Fire.

16. Various rw blogs: An Obamacare provision will allow "forced home inspections" by government agents. Pants on Fire.

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/artic...

If you have to lie to support your position, you admit you don't have a truthful position.

Speaking of Marx, you keep on re-educating the masses, Lyndi. It's your Constitutional right to lie even when the truth would help. Don't for one minute stop to consider this may be another of many reasons the Grand Old Undecideds have turned away en masse.
HipGnozizzz

Altona, IL

#169233 Sep 28, 2013
Lyndi wrote:
<quoted text>
Blah, blah, blah
I'd love to stick around and watch you melt down into a puddle but there's this real nice body of water out front beckoning me.
.....but you sit right there with smoke pouring out of your ears pretending Obama is one darn good president and we'll chat another time.'kay?
and yet another topic in which she's......



Get out there and get some fresh air, Lyndi. I hope you have the best day ever.
HipGnozizzz

Altona, IL

#169234 Sep 28, 2013
Lyndi wrote:
...and oh look. Catcher brought Hip along with him. Two Obama junkies are on my front porch waiting for a word with me.
Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Haaaaaaaaa
Haaaaaaaaaaaaa
Welcome to liberal Nutsville!
And here you are too. Kinda reminds me of the parable of the man without pants making fun of those without pants. Self-absorbed, party of one?

Since: Sep 10

Long Beach, CA

#169235 Sep 28, 2013
Lyndi wrote:
<quoted text>
7am California time and here you are you're sitting on my front porch waiting for me to come out.
Think about that.
Don't flatter yourself Honey Boo Boo.

I don't care for Eisenhower Administration detritus.

Since: Sep 10

Long Beach, CA

#169236 Sep 28, 2013
Lyndi wrote:
...and oh look. Catcher brought Hip along with him. Two Obama junkies are on my front porch waiting for a word with me.
Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Haaaaaaaaa
Haaaaaaaaaaaaa
Welcome to liberal Nutsville!
The problem for you is that we own you.

Sit.

Stay.
Lost In Transition

Maysville, OK

#169237 Sep 28, 2013
Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>Ok, this sounds interesting on paper, but could you elaborate on why the uninsured and the state of health care in general are on two different planes? We're having these problems because we are so structured as a society. JMO.
Gonna have to cut this short...
The uninsured are often in that position unrelated to cost. If we restructure, re-think, rework that structure and shave 15% off of the cost, that will mean nothing to the uninsured alien living under the radar, the alcohol or drug addled homeless, the mentally ill, the invincible 25 year old, the dirt poor, the unemployed, the type 1 diabetic, the 19 year old that just "timed out" of the fostercare system, and many more. None of these people, for various reasons, are going to run out and get insured because we just "saved" them a buck. And for that, we'll fine them.
Idiotic.
Cost is much easier to deal with. But the last thing that should be done is always this governments first and only thought. Throw money at the problem. If that doesn't work, throw more.
Double idiotic.
Lost In Transition

Maysville, OK

#169238 Sep 28, 2013
Rider on the Storm wrote:
<quoted text>
Good series of posts LIT.....
Thanks, Larry.
It's all in the wrist action.
Lost In Transition

Maysville, OK

#169239 Sep 28, 2013
Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:

We'll wind up with 67% of the populace "not paying taxes" instead of 47%. Let's think about this....

Why not Big AG's arm, since the bioengineering companies are producing the majority of our produce these days...how healthy can it be to bypass years of evolution, and eat grains in the first place, much less the ones we ourselves designed to KILL things...???
I'm for a tiered flat tax, or a national sales tax with exemptions for life's basic necessities. Food, water, clothing, medical care, electrical power. And donuts. Everybody should pay to play. We can cut the doctors who try to make the system a little more accessible to the average Joe some slack without putting them on welfare.

You're preaching to the choir, here. I hold the likes of Monsanto in the same esteem as the pharma company that calculates how much profit they can make before people start dying from their latest concoction.
UidiotRACEMAKEWO RLDPEASE

United States

#169240 Sep 28, 2013
Lost In Transition wrote:
<quoted text>
How much easier would it be if you could have skipped the insurance, skipped the network, and dealt with a family physician that can offer cheap rates due to his lack of administrative, legal and muti-leveled government compliance costs? You know, you could have seen a PA at a CVS minute clinic for $49. No waiting.
My dentist is a native Japanese fellow. A really interesting guy, I like talking with him. He was telling me how he felt the Japanese dentists were better trained than their US counterparts, and that their equiptment was the finest on the planet. But, he adds, their social medicine system has some real drawbacks. He said that when he opened his first practice in an asian community of Los Angeles, a lot of his work consisted of repairing or totally redoing work that had been performed in Japan. He said the dentists were massively overburdened, allowed only 5 miutes or so per patient. So they do what they can do in the time allotted, and send them on their way. He said, from a physicians point of view, nothing beats our system. But he also strongly felt that the uninsured must be taken care of.
Our western Medical industry is corrupted , provide no cures nor preventive medicine and keeps many patient dependent on doctors for long term treatment and patients drug dependent on Pharmas for long term, are really for-profit Industry AS oPPOSE TO Eastern medical treatment one time cure with alternative medicine LIKE HERBS... for certain diseases, for certain diseases but keep many our American patients in the dark about alternative cure s for certian diseases that can be cured with Eastern medicine immediate cures. It's our Westerners believe in overly greed - US medical industry , Insurance and Doctors ...are in collobaration that is for- profit industries . Of course there are difference between Eastern and Western way of treatment and practices...
HipGnozizzz

Altona, IL

#169241 Sep 28, 2013
Lyndi wrote:
<quoted text>
<edited for space>
Btw, his approval ratings are tanking because a sleepy America is finally waking up and you know what they're seeing? A bumbling president who is so FUBAR (to use your term,) he'll negotiate with Assad, he'll negotiate with Putin, he'll negotiate with Iran yet out of the other side of his mouth comes:
"I WON'T NEGOTIATE WITH REPUBLICANS."
Of course we know by now that we have to take Lyndi's words with a pillar of salt. If she says the sky is blue you'd do well to get a second opinion. In this case, the President said he would not negotiate with >extremist< Republicans. Big difference.

Ever since the election of 2008, when McConnell stated the primary focus of his party was to defeat Obama, ahead of all else, they have shown that they will allow, and even induce, the country to go through any sort of misery to achieve that end. The current leadership have demonstrated again and again that they are thoroughly immune to the struggles of their constituents. They have completely abdicated the role of governance toward the craven and venal goal of making government appear more dysfunctional than it already is, and to prolong the hardship and uncertainty which lingers like a full diaper on the economy since the meltdown of 2008. In so doing they have completely lost their bearings.

Nothing could put more of an exclamation point on that than the fact that they think the full faith and credit of the United States of America is nothing more than a political >bargaining chip<! That, friends, is a dangerous, and extremist, view. In desperation, they've convinced themselves it's fair game to exploit that fear, merely to advance their agenda against the ACA. If Putin came forward and said he had manufactured a virus that would shut down the US banking system, but he'd give it up if America made certain "concessions", I really don't think we'd encourage the President to negotiate with him. We wouldn't see it as a negotiating chip, but as an act of war.

Yet that is exactly what the lunatic fringe of the Republican Party is threatening. What do you call an entity that exploits fear of calamity to achieve their selfish ends? No, Mr President, you're right. We don't negotiate with terrorists.
UidiotRACEMAKEWO RLDPEASE

United States

#169242 Sep 28, 2013
Lost In Transition wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm for a tiered flat tax, or a national sales tax with exemptions for life's basic necessities. Food, water, clothing, medical care, electrical power. And donuts. Everybody should pay to play. We can cut the doctors who try to make the system a little more accessible to the average Joe some slack without putting them on welfare.
You're preaching to the choir, here. I hold the likes of Monsanto in the same esteem as the pharma company that calculates how much profit they can make before people start dying from their latest concoction.
MOnsanto kills worldwide and American small farmers livelihood . And the GMO seeds injected with pesticide, how is healthy for masses consumption. ANd GMO feeds/Crops make Farmers organic Livestocks sterile within a generation or twomaking it dependent on Industrial Husbandry. You lacking critical reasoning skills like lyndia, Bad Bob... the right wingers Authoritarians are loony ...

Not a leftie! Mahahahhahaaa
Tell me about your specific tiered Flat tax ?
Visit website get clues

New Rochelle, NY

#169243 Sep 28, 2013
BobinTX wrote:
<quoted text>
How would you know that? Have you ever lived in Texas? Have you even been to Texas?
I've come across plenty of Texans.
The filthiest one I've ever come across is one posting on the Islam Forum ...

The bastard keeps changing his nic in the vain hope we do not recognize him.

LOL
UidiotRACEMAKEWO RLDPEASE

United States

#169244 Sep 28, 2013
HipGnozizzz wrote:
<quoted text>Of course we know by now that we have to take Lyndi's words with a pillar of salt. If she says the sky is blue you'd do well to get a second opinion. In this case, the President said he would not negotiate with >extremist< Republicans. Big difference.
Ever since the election of 2008, when McConnell stated the primary focus of his party was to defeat Obama, ahead of all else, they have shown that they will allow, and even induce, the country to go through any sort of misery to achieve that end. The current leadership have demonstrated again and again that they are thoroughly immune to the struggles of their constituents. They have completely abdicated the role of governance toward the craven and venal goal of making government appear more dysfunctional than it already is, and to prolong the hardship and uncertainty which lingers like a full diaper on the economy since the meltdown of 2008. In so doing they have completely lost their bearings.
Nothing could put more of an exclamation point on that than the fact that they think the full faith and credit of the United States of America is nothing more than a political >bargaining chip<! That, friends, is a dangerous, and extremist, view. In desperation, they've convinced themselves it's fair game to exploit that fear, merely to advance their agenda against the ACA. If Putin came forward and said he had manufactured a virus that would shut down the US banking system, but he'd give it up if America made certain "concessions", I really don't think we'd encourage the President to negotiate with him. We wouldn't see it as a negotiating chip, but as an act of war.
Yet that is exactly what the lunatic fringe of the Republican Party is threatening. What do you call an entity that exploits fear of calamity to achieve their selfish ends? No, Mr President, you're right. We don't negotiate with terrorists.
As to meltdown... even our US few Western allies reprimanded our criminal Ponzi Schemes , US macroeconomic global wars and sanctions... are ruining their economy.
UidiotRACEMAKEWO RLDPEASE

United States

#169245 Sep 28, 2013
HipGnozizzz wrote:
<quoted text>Of course we know by now that we have to take Lyndi's words with a pillar of salt. If she says the sky is blue you'd do well to get a second opinion. In this case, the President said he would not negotiate with >extremist< Republicans. Big difference.
Ever since the election of 2008, when McConnell stated the primary focus of his party was to defeat Obama, ahead of all else, they have shown that they will allow, and even induce, the country to go through any sort of misery to achieve that end. The current leadership have demonstrated again and again that they are thoroughly immune to the struggles of their constituents. They have completely abdicated the role of governance toward the craven and venal goal of making government appear more dysfunctional than it already is, and to prolong the hardship and uncertainty which lingers like a full diaper on the economy since the meltdown of 2008. In so doing they have completely lost their bearings.
Nothing could put more of an exclamation point on that than the fact that they think the full faith and credit of the United States of America is nothing more than a political >bargaining chip<! That, friends, is a dangerous, and extremist, view. In desperation, they've convinced themselves it's fair game to exploit that fear, merely to advance their agenda against the ACA. If Putin came forward and said he had manufactured a virus that would shut down the US banking system, but he'd give it up if America made certain "concessions", I really don't think we'd encourage the President to negotiate with him. We wouldn't see it as a negotiating chip, but as an act of war.
Yet that is exactly what the lunatic fringe of the Republican Party is threatening. What do you call an entity that exploits fear of calamity to achieve their selfish ends? No, Mr President, you're right. We don't negotiate with terrorists.
I see lyndi wearing a soaked filled diaper! BAHAHahahaaaa
UidiotRACEMAKEWO RLDPEASE

United States

#169246 Sep 28, 2013
Chris Clearwater wrote:
<quoted text>
Ha!
Confederate battle flag-raising scheduled Saturday south of Richmond
http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/confedera...
What with you CONfederates supports and always irritable about this and whats Wrong With be acquired into the Union, its a little late let it be bygone, accepted it Union that won the war! BWHAHAHHAaaaa
UidiotRACEMAKEWO RLDPEASE

United States

#169247 Sep 28, 2013
bad bob wrote:
<quoted text>
You have a right to yer opinion same as anyone else, but I notice ya didn't refute anything Lyndi had posted. Why is that?
As for the rest, it's nothing new. The loyal opposition from either side is bound to make things difficult the best way they know how. Why should Obama or Obamacare or any other issue be different?
The 2200 page Obamacare law is likely to fail, and many want this new law to be implemented so that people will see that it never should've gone forward as it was currently written. Just another example of an inexperienced man at the helm, ramrodding it thru, so the great savior'd have a legacy. Ridiculous.
No one is doubting that HC needs to be reformed. But the right people need to be elected first, so that it CAN be reformed, and
done right, as it should've been the 1st time. That is, to take the best features from this law, get with all the knowledgeable professionals and number crunchers, and get the d@mn thing reworked for a much more reasonable price.
You missing ingredient the Lobbyist --- Ah HAH! ABHAHAHAHAHAHaa
Cali knows how to party

United States

#169248 Sep 28, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
<quoted text>
The problem for you is that we own you.
Sit.
Stay.
Man, not only are you a sexiest pig, you are crazy.
UidiotRACEMAKEWO RLDPEASE

United States

#169249 Sep 28, 2013
Visit website get clues wrote:
https://sites.google.com/site/ 911whatyoumighthavemissed/home
Texans are notorious fanatic xenophobes.
Bush!

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