Republican Suzanne Miles wins House seat from Democrats in another 7th District squeaker

Dec 10, 2013 Full story: Free Republic 103

Republican Suzanne Miles appears to have won the 7th [Kentucky] state House District by 112 votes - a landslide compared to the five-vote victory last year by the man Miles will replace, former Rep. John Arnold.

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Greta

Nashville, TN

#6 Dec 11, 2013
tuber wrote:
ACA is a JOKE. And disaster. Obama is a disgrace. Alison Lundergan Grimes and Harry Reid are a disgrace. Jerry ex-convict and Anthony Weiner supporting former Democrat chairman is a disgrace.Why do some of you people want handouts? Be independent. Stop hating rich people as resentment isn't good.
This is a namedropping clinic. Though it holds no real information or value. Just another backward white person on a roll. Here's a hint: you live in Webster County. That means you aren't rich. Therefore, you're voting (and preaching, regrettably) against your own best interests. Just too stupid to realize it.
White guy

Greenville, KY

#7 Dec 11, 2013
Greta wrote:
<quoted text>
This is a namedropping clinic. Though it holds no real information or value. Just another backward white person on a roll. Here's a hint: you live in Webster County. That means you aren't rich. Therefore, you're voting (and preaching, regrettably) against your own best interests. Just too stupid to realize it.
There are plenty of us white people out here that see through these tea party idiots. Just because they cry, call names and complain more, doesn't mean they represent most of us.
Brock

Owensboro, KY

#8 Dec 11, 2013
hurts donit wrote:
actually, she never said she would repeal it, she said it was a terrible law that she would like the Congress to repeal.
Her TV commercial said she was the only candidate who supported a full repeal of Obamacare.
Greta

Nashville, TN

#9 Dec 11, 2013
Agreed. Western Kentucky is full of these dumb hicks who are so uneducated they will not only vote against their own interests, but they will actually go on these boards and broadcast it. Those are the last people in this country that will represent me.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#10 Dec 11, 2013
read it brock, she said she supports a full repeal, she did not say she would be the one that did the repeal. What about that can't you understand?
since

Greenville, KY

#11 Dec 11, 2013
Greta wrote:
Agreed. Western Kentucky is full of these dumb hicks who are so uneducated they will not only vote against their own interests, but they will actually go on these boards and broadcast it. Those are the last people in this country that will represent me.
Haha...Since she won I guess she will be representing you. Hurts knowing that don't it. I love it. Go Suzanne!
Brock

Owensboro, KY

#12 Dec 11, 2013
The affordable care act is the law. Eligible people in my family have signed up for insurance coverage to start Jan 1st. Why would you not want your fellow citizens to have access to affordable health care, not subject to pre-existing conditions and not subject to cancellation unilaterally by insurance companies. It just amazes me how so many people do not recognize what their best interests are.
since

Greenville, KY

#13 Dec 11, 2013
Brock wrote:
The affordable care act is the law. Eligible people in my family have signed up for insurance coverage to start Jan 1st. Why would you not want your fellow citizens to have access to affordable health care, not subject to pre-existing conditions and not subject to cancellation unilaterally by insurance companies. It just amazes me how so many people do not recognize what their best interests are.
It surprises me how many people are stupid when it comes to the meat and potatoes of the Affordable Care Act. Most people that can't afford insurance qualified for a medical card. Those that are just above it can't afford this new plan. The monthly premium on the low end of the plan is around $90 a month. The deductible is over 5k. Do you really think people can afford that? I like how you left out that bit of information.

They will still cripple a family if there is a illness that requires a hospital stay. If you think this is in peoples best interests, I'm glad your party didn't win. We don't need any more forward thinking from your party!

“Liberals are stuck on stupid!”

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#14 Dec 11, 2013
Brock wrote:
The affordable care act is the law. Eligible people in my family have signed up for insurance coverage to start Jan 1st. Why would you not want your fellow citizens to have access to affordable health care, not subject to pre-existing conditions and not subject to cancellation unilaterally by insurance companies. It just amazes me how so many people do not recognize what their best interests are.
The ACA now ISN'T then same one Obama signed into law!
No exceptions, No waivers!! Enforce as is, see how long people tolerate it!

“Liberals are stuck on stupid!”

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#15 Dec 11, 2013
tuber wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =SqR0Ui0g3wIXX
Harry Reid D-NV hates coal miners. Alison Lundergan Grimes is so stupid that she would vote for banning coal mining if the bill had a cute name to it. Alison Lundergan Grimes keeps this man Harry Reid in the Senate.
Is Grimes as crooked as her dad?
Brock

Owensboro, KY

#16 Dec 12, 2013
since wrote:
<quoted text>
It surprises me how many people are stupid when it comes to the meat and potatoes of the Affordable Care Act. Most people that can't afford insurance qualified for a medical card. Those that are just above it can't afford this new plan. The monthly premium on the low end of the plan is around $90 a month. The deductible is over 5k. Do you really think people can afford that? I like how you left out that bit of information.
They will still cripple a family if there is a illness that requires a hospital stay. If you think this is in peoples best interests, I'm glad your party didn't win. We don't need any more forward thinking from your party!
You apparently are one of those people who prefer to have cable TV and a new car instead of providing health insurance for your family. No doubt you go to the emergency room instead of a convenient care when you need treatment for a health problem. That raises the cost of health care for everyone. The cost of my family health insurance has gone up every year for ever. With what I am saving next year on the cost of health insurance with Obamacare I can now afford to have cable TV and a new car.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#17 Dec 12, 2013
What amazes me is people like Brock, the libs in congress, and Oblamo, think they know what is in other peoples best interest. It is not in anyones best interest to have Insurance mandates, higher premiums, higher deductibles, and less Doctors all caused by the passage of Oblamocare. people that wanted insurance and could afford it already had policies. Others had access to healthcare through the Hospitals who are not allowed to turn people away due to ability to pay. Thanks to Oblamocare, millions have now lost their policies, and they have only had 365,000 sign up for new policies of Oblamocare websites (mostly for medicare programs). Therefore the net effect is millions more are without insurance thanks to Oblamocare.
Since

Greenville, KY

#18 Dec 12, 2013
Brock wrote:
<quoted text>
You apparently are one of those people who prefer to have cable TV and a new car instead of providing health insurance for your family. No doubt you go to the emergency room instead of a convenient care when you need treatment for a health problem. That raises the cost of health care for everyone. The cost of my family health insurance has gone up every year for ever. With what I am saving next year on the cost of health insurance with Obamacare I can now afford to have cable TV and a new car.
Just like the elected democrats you think you know everything about everyone or what they want/need. I'm a Vet, so my health care is free. Rest of the family is covered thru work. With what you are saving you are paying in a higher deductible. Once again you are proving you know nothing that is in the ACA (Obamacare). Run along until you read up on it and know what you are talking about.

BTW....Sorry you couldn't afford a new car and cable until you got the higher deductible. Maybe you should hold off on both in case you get hospitalized and can't afford the deductible and they repossess your car and cut off the cable you can now afford.
Brock

Owensboro, KY

#19 Dec 12, 2013
I survived George W Bush. You will survive Barack Obama. Goodbye.
Since

Greenville, KY

#20 Dec 12, 2013
Brock wrote:
I survived George W Bush. You will survive Barack Obama. Goodbye.
Apparently you're not. Couldn't afford cable or a new car. You ought to go on welfare and collect food stamps like most democrats. They are always looking for a free hand out. Then you can ride around in a new ride and get your cable. I'm use to paying for all you liberals anyway. One more isn't going to hurt.
Progressive Ha Ha Ha

AOL

#21 Dec 12, 2013
Hopefully, this election result portends a resurgance of parents and grand parents Voting as though they LOVE their children.

The Anti Cali-Fornication of America is long OVERDUE.
Response

Indianapolis, IN

#22 Dec 12, 2013
Brock wrote:
I survived George W Bush. You will survive Barack Obama. Goodbye.
Yes, individually you and I survived George W Bush and individually you and I may survive Obama; however, will our country, collectively and as a whole, survive another 3 years of Obama? I've been to more than one rodeo, lived successfully through several Presidents and their administrations, but the Obama administration is without a doubt the most divisive presidency to come down the pike during my lifetime. He's managed to divide our country into two ill-defined groups: the wealthy vs the poor. No one can really define in dollar terms exactly what 'wealthy' is nor can anyone really define in dollar terms what 'poor' means. Who are these people who are in the 1%, are they my KY neighbors who have a nice house w/an inground pool or is the 1% dependent upon where one lives? What may be considered wealthy in Western KY, would be lower-middle class in California or the suburbs of NYC. Obama's ideas are better suited for large urban areas, such as Chicago.
Noooo

Princeton, KY

#23 Dec 12, 2013
Response wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, individually you and I survived George W Bush and individually you and I may survive Obama; however, will our country, collectively and as a whole, survive another 3 years of Obama? I've been to more than one rodeo, lived successfully through several Presidents and their administrations, but the Obama administration is without a doubt the most divisive presidency to come down the pike during my lifetime. He's managed to divide our country into two ill-defined groups: the wealthy vs the poor. No one can really define in dollar terms exactly what 'wealthy' is nor can anyone really define in dollar terms what 'poor' means. Who are these people who are in the 1%, are they my KY neighbors who have a nice house w/an inground pool or is the 1% dependent upon where one lives? What may be considered wealthy in Western KY, would be lower-middle class in California or the suburbs of NYC. Obama's ideas are better suited for large urban areas, such as Chicago.
The division in this country started way before Obama. The country was divided during W's too. You clearly are misinformed. It's funny how much the government grew under W and the excessive spending and no one said a word. There was so much money that went unaccounted for during W's administration with war spending. Clearly, you lack any intellectual understanding about the 1 percent. The 1 percent owns 80 percent of the stock market. The 1 percent has an average yearly income of 1.3 million and a net worth exceeding 16 million.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#24 Dec 12, 2013
yet under Oblamo the income gap has widened. Why aren't you libs outraged by that fact? You want to join the 1%, buy stock....work harder, earn some income, start a business....

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#25 Dec 12, 2013
and before you libs come on here denying the fact:
here's proof:
The gap between rich and poor that President Barack Obama yesterday called a “fundamental threat to the American dream” has grown during his administration.

The richest 10 percent of Americans earned a larger share of income last year than at any time since 1917, according to Emmanuel Saez, an economist at the University of California at Berkeley. Those in the top one-tenth of income distribution earned at least $146,000 in 2012, almost 12 times what those in the bottom tenth made, Census Bureau data show.

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