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There are 348 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Nov 4, 2009, titled Bachmann vows to lead health-care reform protesters directly in.... In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Rep. Michele Bachmann acknowledges her supporters following her acceptance speech for winning the Sixth Congressional District seat at the Sheraton Hotel in Bloomington on Tuesday November 4, 2008.

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“REUNITE GONDWANALAND!”

Since: Jun 08

Woodbury

#359 Nov 10, 2009
WJH wrote:
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The President can't guarantee that we will be able to keep the health insurance we currently have.
The truth is for the vast majority of us, we don't get to make the decision of the health care we get from our employers. If a subsidized Government option is cheaper, many employers will simply drop coverage and let the employees go to the Government plan.
Wrong.
http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/state...
Bootsontheroad

Saint Paul, MN

#360 Nov 10, 2009
Why is it that Minnesota has two Representatives, one from each party that show the extremes of both parties? That would be the Betty and Michelle show, or as known from now on BM. I think it is fitting.
Chicago Hope and Change

United States

#361 Nov 10, 2009
Sarah wrote:
Has this woman no sense of decency whatsoever?
No.
She is just another in the unending line of white racist who want to keep Blacks from getting free health care.
With the passage of the bill in the house and soon passage in the Senate, Obama will help heal years of discrimination and injustice. He will make these racist tea baggers pay for the crimes. They will pay into the system or go to jail.
Then we will have justice.
CHANGE is here.

…and of course vote Progressive Democrat and free our country of the culture of greed and self interest.
a grandma

Minneapolis, MN

#362 Nov 10, 2009
DrDUH wrote:
No wonder I hate republicans.
They're greedy =insert republicn name here
They're racists =Rush, orielly, pretty much all of FOX
They lie to each other.= Bachman
You will be hard pressed to find a middle class black republican or any other race other than white for that matter. Why? Because if you replaced the word republican with KKK no one would notice.
And no... I'm not a minority. I am white
Great choice for your name. It really fits you.
Ted Whitmore

Largo, FL

#363 Nov 10, 2009
Many people don't realize that Michele Bachmann worked very hard after high school classes at a laundry shaking farts out of bedsheets to earn spending money.
WJH

Saint Paul, MN

#364 Nov 10, 2009
Darwinian wrote:
Taken from your own source;

"In refuting this argument, we are not trying to imply that no one will ever have to switch plans if health care reform passes. Indeed, we looked at President Obama's statement, "If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan,"
and rated it Half True, because health care reform will change many aspects of health care regulation, and it seems likely that will prompt insurers, employers and consumers to re-evaluate their health care plans and make changes."

My statement about the President not being able to gaurantee we can keep our current health care is quite correct.

Sorry
DrDUH

Minneapolis, MN

#365 Nov 11, 2009
a grandma wrote:
<quoted text>Great choice for your name. It really fits you.
A white republican grandma no doubt.. Just proving my stereotype.
Bootsontheroad

Saint Paul, MN

#366 Nov 12, 2009
WJH wrote:
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Taken from your own source;
"In refuting this argument, we are not trying to imply that no one will ever have to switch plans if health care reform passes. Indeed, we looked at President Obama's statement, "If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan,"
and rated it Half True, because health care reform will change many aspects of health care regulation, and it seems likely that will prompt insurers, employers and consumers to re-evaluate their health care plans and make changes."
My statement about the President not being able to gaurantee we can keep our current health care is quite correct.
Sorry
You are correct; the President can not guarantee you can keep your health plan. Also, if your health plan is through your employer, there is no guarantee that you can keep that plan. Reason, the employer can change that plan when the current one expires or the health care provider can also change the conditions of the current plan.

As they say, there are no guarantees is life.

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