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House set to vote to repeal Obama healthcare law, again

There are 172 comments on the Reuters story from Jul 11, 2012, titled House set to vote to repeal Obama healthcare law, again. In it, Reuters reports that:

The Republican-led House of Representatives headed toward a symbolic and mostly party-line vote on Wednesday to repeal President Barack Obama's overhaul of the healthcare system.

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“your life is great”

Since: Aug 09

you poop in clean water

#181 Jul 14, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Do you not understand Obama can basically produce any numbers he wants and the lame streem media or office will gladly spout them just as they have done by reporting unemployment by not counting 2 million people that can't find work and have given up.
are you saying that Obama CONTROLS the information that the census collects?
really?
are you sure about that?
has he been controlling it for the last century?
.
(just because statistics don't look they way you want them to doesn't make them false)

“your life is great”

Since: Aug 09

you poop in clean water

#182 Jul 14, 2012
Dismayed wrote:
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On that I agree with you. If we'd stay out of illegal wars and getting in the middle of civil wars, maybe we'd have a few more dollars at home to help those in true need.
Meanwhile, we can send hundreds of millions of dollars to countries that hate us...it may only represent 1% of our expenditures, but eliminating that 1% would be a great start to reducing our debt.
agreed.
we give waa-aay more than just 1% though

http://www.vaughns-1-pagers.com/politics/us-f...

in 2010 alone, over 3 billion to Israel, and only $400 million of that wasn't used for military.

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Since: Nov 08

Perpignan

#183 Jul 15, 2012
anneutral wrote:
<quoted text>
are you saying that Obama CONTROLS the information that the census collects?
really?
are you sure about that?
has he been controlling it for the last century?
.
(just because statistics don't look they way you want them to doesn't make them false)
I'm saying they can spin it anyway they want, they do and have. I guess you are easily fooled, since you're still backing a a loser and marxist.
conservative crapola

Easton, PA

#184 Jul 15, 2012
Dismayed wrote:
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Romney's been vetted far more than the person we call president. These latest lies and accusations against Romney have already been disproven. But the Obama camp has to keep bringing up dead subjects, trying to breathe life into them once again, because that's the only alternative to having no record to stand on that's beneficial to the citizens of the USA. By pandering to the illegals and ignorant, Obama can hope to maintain his minions at the polls in November.
poor little cons. Getting the birther treatment.
hahahahahahahahaha

rugby '12: America 2nd

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Perpignan

#185 Jul 15, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
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poor little cons. Getting the birther treatment.
hahahahahahahahaha
rugby '12: America 2nd
More than 20 People Faint During Obama Speech... too much hot air is suspected.
conservative crapola

Easton, PA

#186 Jul 15, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
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Hannity Focus Group Thinks Obama Will Be Re-Elected

Poor Sean Hannity! Despite having stacked his focus group with almost all conservatives, when he asked whether or not President Obama will be re-elected, most of them voted “yes.”

hahahahahahahahaha

rugby '12: America 2nd
Patriot

Loveland, CO

#187 Jul 15, 2012
How the Supreme Court Bastardized the Commerce Clause

http://planet.infowars.com/politics/how-the-s...

“Leonardo Di Vinci died here”

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Perpignan

#188 Jul 15, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
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Hannity Focus Group Thinks Obama Will Be Re-Elected
Poor Sean Hannity! Despite having stacked his focus group with almost all conservatives, when he asked whether or not President Obama will be re-elected, most of them voted “yes.”
hahahahahahahahaha
rugby '12: America 2nd
Obama spending on attack ads soars...Code: I'm losing my butt.

'This campaign's still about hope'...yep, hope it ends soon......before Obama totally ruins the country.

'If you've got a business, you didn't build that. Somebody else made that happen'...coming from a man that hasn't even established and ran a lemonade stand.....odoodle is getting dumber and dumber.

GALLUP: OBAMA VS ROMNEY DEAD HEAT...if you rig the polls to fool the bots and lemmings.

Bad economy dampens enthusiasm among black voters... right and not attending the NAACP to face the blame for failure didn't help either.
conservative crapola

Easton, PA

#189 Jul 15, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
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Electoral vote:

Obama 297

rugby 212

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#190 Jul 16, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>I'm saying they can spin it anyway they want, they do and have. I guess you are easily fooled, since you're still backing a a loser and marxist.
backing?
yeah, right.

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Perpignan

#191 Jul 16, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
<quoted text>
Electoral vote:
Obama 297
rugby 212
Obama Poll Numbers Plummet Faster Than Carter's
Friday, 31 Jul 2009 02:59 PM
By Dave Eberhart

President Barack Obama's public approval rating has plummeted faster than President Jimmy Carter’s, reports RealClearPolitics in its review of Gallup polling.

Carter first polled at a 66 percent approval rating, dipping to 54 percent by September. Meanwhile, Obama has already tumbled down to 52 percent approval rating at the end of July, according to the latest Gallup survey.

The bottom line: Obama began his presidency at 68, hitting 69 the following day. That translates to a 16 point drop since day one. In less time than Carter, Obama has fallen more, concluded the RealClearPolitics review.

By contrast, Richard Nixon was in office more than a year before polling in the low 50s. Lyndon Johnson did not dip that low for several years. Dwight Eisenhower did not score in the low 50s until 1958.
The RealClearPolitics review comes on the heels of the latest sobering data put forth by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press. In its report released this week, Obama’s overall job approval fell seven points since June – 61 percent to 54 percent.

In other Pew survey findings:
• Among 30- to 49-year-olds, only 49 percent approve of Obama’s job performance – a 14-point decline from one month ago.
• With regard to Americans with annual family incomes less than $30,000, 55 percent approve today vs. 65 percent in June.
• Just 19 percent of Republicans say they approve of his overall job performance – a 12-point drop since June.
• While a plurality of independents approves of the job Obama is doing (48 percent approve, 37 percent disapprove), this is an eight-point decline in approval since June.
• Majorities of the public disapprove of Obama’s handling of the economy (53 percent) and the budget deficit (53 percent), while opinion is split on Obama’s handling of health care (42 percent approve, 43 percent disapprove) and tax policy (39 percent approve, 42 percent disapprove).
• Thirty-eight percent now say they approve of Obama’s handling of the economy – down from 52 percent in June and 60 percent in April. In total, this rating has dropped 22 points from April to July.
• Approval ratings for Obama’s handling of the federal budget deficit dropped 18 points since April – going from 50 percent to 32 percent.
• Approval for Obama’s handling of foreign policy has slipped from 61 percent in April to 47 percent – a decline of 14 points.
• On Obama’s handling of health care, approval declined 9 points from 51 percent in April to 42 percent in July.
• Approval for Obama’s handling of tax policy also is down since April – from 50 percent to 39 percent.
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Repulsive-Republ icans

Des Moines, IA

#193 Jul 17, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Obama Poll Numbers Plummet Faster Than Carter's
Friday, 31 Jul 2009 02:59 PM
By Dave Eberhart
President Barack Obama's public approval rating has plummeted faster than President Jimmy Carter’s, reports RealClearPolitics in its review of Gallup polling.
Carter first polled at a 66 percent approval rating, dipping to 54 percent by September. Meanwhile, Obama has already tumbled down to 52 percent approval rating at the end of July, according to the latest Gallup survey.
The bottom line: Obama began his presidency at 68, hitting 69 the following day. That translates to a 16 point drop since day one. In less time than Carter, Obama has fallen more, concluded the RealClearPolitics review.
By contrast, Richard Nixon was in office more than a year before polling in the low 50s. Lyndon Johnson did not dip that low for several years. Dwight Eisenhower did not score in the low 50s until 1958.
The RealClearPolitics review comes on the heels of the latest sobering data put forth by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press. In its report released this week, Obama’s overall job approval fell seven points since June – 61 percent to 54 percent.
In other Pew survey findings:
• Among 30- to 49-year-olds, only 49 percent approve of Obama’s job performance – a 14-point decline from one month ago.
• With regard to Americans with annual family incomes less than $30,000, 55 percent approve today vs. 65 percent in June.
• Just 19 percent of Republicans say they approve of his overall job performance – a 12-point drop since June.
• While a plurality of independents approves of the job Obama is doing (48 percent approve, 37 percent disapprove), this is an eight-point decline in approval since June.
• Majorities of the public disapprove of Obama’s handling of the economy (53 percent) and the budget deficit (53 percent), while opinion is split on Obama’s handling of health care (42 percent approve, 43 percent disapprove) and tax policy (39 percent approve, 42 percent disapprove).
• Thirty-eight percent now say they approve of Obama’s handling of the economy – down from 52 percent in June and 60 percent in April. In total, this rating has dropped 22 points from April to July.
• Approval ratings for Obama’s handling of the federal budget deficit dropped 18 points since April – going from 50 percent to 32 percent.
• Approval for Obama’s handling of foreign policy has slipped from 61 percent in April to 47 percent – a decline of 14 points.
• On Obama’s handling of health care, approval declined 9 points from 51 percent in April to 42 percent in July.
• Approval for Obama’s handling of tax policy also is down since April – from 50 percent to 39 percent.
UM DUMB DUMB READ YOUR OWN POST 7/31/09..09 THREE YEARS OLD YOU SURE ARE DUMBOSPAM!

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