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The worst

November 13, 2013

Wow! He cannot be all that bad! That is, President Obama in the White House. Yes, he has one thing going for him. He will go down as the “absolute” worst president in American histor....

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JohnHilfirty

Nov-18-13 2:40 AM

Capricorn1 @ Nov-14-13 2:22 PM

"Vermont? You're talking about the second least populated state in the country. And you think they will be a good "test platform" for a nation of 330sic) million? Get back with me when it's tested successfully in California or Texas."

** It's 311.8 million officially! **

Oddly enough, I heard a report just yesterday that said that California is going very well so far, and so is Texas! It was a special news report.

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JohnHilfirty

Nov-18-13 2:23 AM

ToTEXASfromPA @ Nov-15-13 10:41 AM

"When will the president recognize that there are fundamental flaws in the law; it is not just a rollout issue."

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Hey Tex:

Enlighten me please on what the "fundamental flaws" are that you say you have identified.

Where did you get a degree in setting up an affordable healthcare act that would assure that all 311.8 million Americans can get healthcare coverage, that rips off no one?

Were you aware the 55.4% of all Federal bankruptcies that are filed are a result of healthcare bills?

Do you have a better plan?

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JohnHilfirty

Nov-18-13 2:07 AM

"They (Republicans) propose legislation to restore individuals' low cost health insurance policies because they were dropped."<ToTEXASfromPA>

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Why not say that more accurately:

"Republicans fail to kill Obamacare an unprecedented 44th time!"

Both statements are 100% accurate, except one is the view from the right and the other is the view from the left.

EXCEPT: Once again, the republicans have tried to find a way to effectively kill the bill, rather than trying to find a way to correct the effects temporarily but long enough to fix the problem.

It was, after all, a Republican plan (Romney) and it was later presented by conservatives, The Heritage Foundation. How could the Repubs and conservatives come up with a plan to improve healthcare insurance that they now say is so bad it's going to end America ?

Just wondering !

The Repubs should offer up the services of Brett Feese to repair the defective software.

That's his specialty, right?

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ToTEXASfromPA

Nov-15-13 10:41 AM

" "We fumbled the rollout on this health care law,""--President Barack Obama

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When will the president recognize that there are fundamental flaws in the law; it is not just a rollout issue. The goal was too ambitious and the bite was too bit.

If you want to boil a frog, you make gradual changes in the water temperature of the pot. You don't throw it into a pot of hot water; it will want to jump out. The President is trying to put a lid on the pot to keep it trapped and cook it.

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rmiller

Nov-14-13 9:59 PM

Gav,

JH, Sham.....will be quieting down soon....his hero is coming apart at the seams, as is his Democrat controlled Senate. And, they thought the GOP was history? This is sad...I'm not laughing...our country is in turmoil.

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gavinf56

Nov-14-13 6:12 PM

"Too-"big" a word (for you to understand), huh?

I apologize." - MrShaman

Nope, just pointing out the obvious. You can call me captain if you want.

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Capricorn1

Nov-14-13 2:22 PM

Seriously Vermont? You're talking about the second least populated state in the country. And you think they will be a good "test platform" for a nation of 330 million? Get back with me when it's tested successfully in California or Texas.

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rick424

Nov-14-13 12:03 PM

Thanks for the Vermont link...

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MrShaman

Nov-14-13 10:22 AM

" Well....it's not free....but, at least, IT WORKS!!!!!!!!

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See:

The Fight For Medicare In Saskatchewan - YouTube "

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Healthcare savings account in Canada: Gather up enough money for gas to get to 1 of the lower 48 States." - Boobie2

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In time...in time....

See:

The Long and Unfinished Struggle: Single Payer Health Care in Vermont | Common Dreams

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MrShaman

Nov-14-13 9:26 AM

"Hey Bobby I told my girlfriend your "Jan. 1st Canadians lose their reliable healthcare safety net when obumblercare kicks in." Wow, did we get a laugh. So dumb. They have free healthcare stupid. Why would they lose it? Willfully ignorant fool." - Shulski

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Well....it's not free....but, at least, IT WORKS!!!!!!!!

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See:

The Fight For Medicare In Saskatchewan - YouTube

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Republicans are going (absolutely) CRAZY, over Vermont attempting to become the U.S.-version of Saskatchewan!!!!!!

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leaningright

Nov-14-13 9:21 AM

Shaman, Harry Reid stood on National televison and said those exact things. Whats wrong with you Shaman?

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MrShaman

Nov-14-13 9:10 AM

One month ago Republicans tried to get a delay in Obamacare to protect the people.

Liberals refused and called those Republicans names, like terrorists, hostage-takers, etc...." - eriklatranyi

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Whoops!!! You "forgot" to provide any PROOF o' Liberals saying such things.

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MrShaman

Nov-14-13 8:44 AM

"NOPE! PRECEDENCE!!!!!!!!!!!" - MrShamn

Ahhhh, now we are going with one of those "absolutes" you are known for." - gavinf56

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Too-"big" a word (for you to understand), huh?

I apologize.

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Steelman

Nov-14-13 8:43 AM

One-in-five (22%) of Democrats say they had received food stamps compared with 10% of Republicans.

Three in ten Democrats (31%) and about half as many Republicans (17%) say they or someone in their household has benefited from the food stamp program.

Blacks are about twice as likely as whites to have used this benefit during their lives (31% vs. 15%). Among Hispanics, about 22% say they have collected food stamps.

For example, about 18% of adults aged 18 to 29 have benefited from this entitlement program compared with 8% of those 65 and older. Guess we can see where the votes are coming from

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leaningright

Nov-14-13 8:38 AM

For the sake of this great country it had better not be Michelle Obama or Hillary Benghazi Clinton. I still say that Mitt Romney would have done a much better job than Obama could ever do as the President.

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rmiller

Nov-14-13 8:27 AM

I didn't mention who I thought will emerge as a contender for the Dems who think they might have something to offer...

Michelle Obama?

Any thoughts?

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spike2

Nov-14-13 7:49 AM

Has anyone else figured out that government works best with moderates from both sides and an approximate equal number of fringe members.

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leaningright

Nov-14-13 7:27 AM

So its agreed then, Obama will go down as one of the worst Presidents in a long time, ranks right up there with Jimmy Carter. A weakling Liberal.

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Premier

Nov-14-13 5:25 AM

Shulski sounds like a recently graduated liberal college student working part time at McDonalds who subscribes to MSNBC newsletters.

And judging by the content a definite follower of Ed Shultz.

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USABorn

Nov-14-13 2:19 AM

Capricorn1 - 3:09 AM

"LoL Shaman and Chuck are going to have callouses on their fingertips and their blood pressure will be through the roof after reading this! I think I'll just sit back and have fun reading!"

Cap, you sure called that one right!!!! The lib's fingers must be down to the first knuckle! And not one of them said anything of any value.

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rmiller

Nov-13-13 10:27 PM

I mentioned this once before on another thread and no one commented,, so I'll rerun it..

Next candidate for Democrat office is.....

come on down....

First woman,

First black woman..WOW.

Think about how good the libs will feel about themselves then.

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rmiller

Nov-13-13 10:20 PM

Excellent letter, and he didn't include the dubious material that emerged prior to and following the first election. He is an enemy of the state. And, people still defend him. I had a conversation with an elderly veteran gentleman the other day and he proclaimed, as have many that Obama counted on his black side not only winning the election, but leading the sheep right to the slaughter. And, it's working.

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eriklatranyi

Nov-13-13 7:02 PM

Cap:

You need to be specific because there is clearly a difference between his physical age and his mental age.

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Capricorn1

Nov-13-13 6:35 PM

Shulski, may I ask how old you are?

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eriklatranyi

Nov-13-13 6:32 PM

Shulski:

For threatening violence, you reinforce my repeated point.

Liberals are mentally disturbed people who are the cause of most violence in our nation.

Thank you.

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