Can you find any good news relating to Obamacare? If so, please share it.<quoted text>
Oh carol... ;-)
I enjoy your flights into imagination and illusion.
Yes, you are pilloried daily, but i see a admirable state of conviction. Kudos! ;-)
You possess a unfounded and exaggerated distrust of others, sometimes reaching delusional proportions yet I like you're posts. Entertains me Thx!
Stamina with a capital S!
In other words... Soul!
And another 'carol' song...
#805765 Nov 16, 2012
#805766 Nov 16, 2012
I didn't know Idiot Bush was back?
#805767 Nov 16, 2012
Can you find any good news relating to Obamacare? I mean, about it not costing businesses and the middle class paying for it?
#805768 Nov 16, 2012
At the CNN debate this October in Las Vegas, Gingrich took a swipe at Romney over the former Massachusetts governor’s healthcare plan that requires citizens in the Bay State to buy health insurance. Romney shot back:“Newt, we got the idea of individual mandate from you.”
Gingrich responded:“You did not get that from me. You got that from the Heritage Foundation.”
They are both correct on this revealing point. The Heritage Foundation, the influential conservative think tank, first developed the idea of an individual mandate for healthcare in the late 1980s. That is how deeply this idea is tied to conservative thinkers.
Romney used the Heritage policy in developing his Massachusetts health care law. That reform contained the dreaded individual mandate.
And Gingrich supported the federal mandate as an alternative to Hillary Clinton’s health care reform package when he was Speaker in the 1990s.
If Republican voters heard Gingrich and Romney speak honestly about health care reform — and why they came to appreciate and support the good of the individual mandate — my bet is that most GOP and independent voters would be more impressed than they are with the blatant lies now being told on the campaign trail.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2011/12/06/rom...
#805769 Nov 16, 2012
Carol you just keep right on with the right wing distortions that necessarily have to be presented by the outfit that thought the whole deal up in the first place but who would have something completely different to say if the healthcare law had been implemented by a Republican.
but it is good for a giggle or 2.
#805770 Nov 16, 2012
Same points were made when Medicare was enacted. You Repubs hate that universal health care plan for seniors as well. But I have NEVER known of a Repub 65 or older that pays their medical bills out of their own pocket in protest of the Socialist Plan. Hypocrites one and all.
#805771 Nov 16, 2012
I had more faith in the intelligence of the American public than I should have. I figured that there was absolutely no way the majority of the voters would ignore the fact that Lord Obama is second only to Jimmy Carter in his handling of the economy. The numbers don't lie-- look at the unemployment rate, the debt, on and on and on.
I thought the majority wouldn't ignore his embarassing behavior with foreign affairs, standing up the Israeli prime minister, the Benghazi debacle.
I thought people would look at his infatuation with movie stars, rap singers, etc. partying at the White House, Moochelle flying 60 of her closest friends on our dime to Spain for a week of frolick in the sand and be a bit annoyed.
But I was wrong. The majority, like you, are in it for the free stuff. Women were convinced to vote for him so they could get free (paid for by an Evil Rich Guy) birth control pills and save $9/month. Families everywhere were bought with free (paid for by an Evil Rich Guy) school breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Let the party continue.
It's really rather pathetic. What will it take to persuade you parasites that WORKING IS GOOD. I guess when the last Evil Rich Guy is tapped out, the well runs dry, and the Free Stuff isn't available, you'll burn tires in the street and whine like they do in Greece, Spain and elsewhere.
Whatever happens, you own it. In four more years the unemployment rate is still around 10% and the debt is in the tens of trillions, YOU VOTED FOR IT.
#805772 Nov 16, 2012
Support For Repealing Obamacare Plunges To An All-Time Low
#805773 Nov 16, 2012
You stupid Repubs NEVER consider the cost of 30 million Americans without health insurance to the rest of America.
#805774 Nov 16, 2012
Got anything from the John Birch Society to go along with this other right wing horsesht that you call educating.
www.jbs.org/ very cool website
#805775 Nov 16, 2012
Almost all sources say the same thing. I tried looking for any source with some good news but couldn't find even one.
So either there IS no good news or liberal sources are keeping it a secret.
It was a simple question. Appparently, you couldn't answer it.
#805776 Nov 16, 2012
I could not believe anyone would vote for a man touting the EXACT same promises and ideas that got America in this shape. But I see your dumbass has forgotten the collapse of 2008 when an average of 726,000 jobs per month were being lost.
#805777 Nov 16, 2012
Alas, I do not vote. There is no point.
I observe, learn and comment for entertainment only.
People are interesting, even those that clearly
can only see the negative.
Why not question WHY the country soundly said NO to the GOP? This election was a profound massive defeat of virtually everything Romney and the GOP stood for or supported.
Why do the majority embrace OBCare?
I can’t think of any president in my lifetime that has fomented greater division among the populace, exposed class warfare and the obviously widening racial divisions within the GOP.
Since: Feb 08
#805779 Nov 16, 2012
You liberals would consider the cost of ANYTHING, as long as you don't have to pay it.
#805780 Nov 16, 2012
An overwhelming number of the population earning less than $30,000 voted for Obama and more of the same.
Single women overwhelming voted for Obama and more of the same, mainly when it comes to abortion and free birth control.
An overwhelming number of Hispanics and Latinos voted for Obama because of the Dream Act - and more of the same. We failed to get the right message to this group of Americans who statistically share more conserative values than liberal.
We can reach women and Hispanics/Latinos with the right messenger and the right message the next time around.
Unfortunately, that didn' happen this time. Admittedly, Romney inadvertently sent the wrong message more than once. His Mormonism also hurt his getting more votes.
Sadly, we had the wrong messenger in the last two elections. That will change in 2016. Once Obama's tax hikes and Obamcare starts hitting people where it hurts the most, it could change by 2014.
Since: Dec 08
gauley bridge wv
#805781 Nov 16, 2012
to bad they didn't have the option to invest that same money in a private retirement account. They would be receiving 3 times the money the government gives them.
#805782 Nov 16, 2012
I don't need to answer it. No point. It's the 'law of the land'. With no recourse for republicans other than to bitch about that that they can't change.
Maybe you should 'educate'(for the 50th time?) with something more topical? Like the steps needed to be taken so the GOP can win another national election. It's all the rage on the right wing sites. Go educate yourself.
#805784 Nov 16, 2012
As long as the GOP is seen as working in the interests of corporations and concentrated wealth, and as long as it promotes an economic agenda that includes little or nothing relevant for most working- and middle-class Americans, any other changes it makes will most likely be in vain.
Jindal’s rebuke to Romney is fine as far as it goes, but notice what he says in his response. Jindal said:
One, we are fighting for 100 percent of the votes, and secondly, our policies benefit every American who wants to pursue the American dream, period. No exceptions.
Jindal is obviously a much less tone-deaf politician than Romney, but he is simply asserting that “our policies benefit every American who wants to pursue the American dream.” This could depend on what Jindal means by “our policies,” but if he’s talking about what the national GOP has done when it was in power in the last decade and what it proposes to do in the future it doesn’t appear to be true. Asserting that Republican policies benefit everyone doesn’t make the GOP more appealing. When it appears that these policies don’t even seem to benefit large numbers of the GOP’s reliable voters, telling people that they benefit from policies that do little or nothing for them isn’t the way to gain their trust or support. Not recognizing this is the root of the party’s weaknesses with voters.
#805785 Nov 16, 2012
First Bush gave and now talk about a gift. Mitt Romney is a gift that just keeps on giving to the Democrat Party.
#805787 Nov 16, 2012
Ann Romney is distraught because she fears Mitt is having an affair, so she went to a gun shop and bought her a handgun. The next day she comes home to find Mitt in bed with Sarah Palin, She grabs the gun and holds it to her her head. Mitt jumps out of bed, begging and pleading with her not to shoot herself. Hysterically Ann responds to Mitt "Shut up you;re next.
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