“He displayed statesmanship by saying the Republicans have gotta be embarrassed. Do you have any clue what statesmanship is? How about leadership or what it means to be Presidential? Have some pride liberal.”
James Goforth on Dec 6, 2013 at 12:42:20
“run boy run”
James Goforth on Dec 5, 2013 at 23:38:43
“not as liberal as your mom, I mean she just left and she took my pride quite deeply”
“Yawn.......... Perhaps interspersing your lies with just a smidge of fact on occasion would make your predictable spew a bit more interesting.”
micah5050 on Dec 5, 2013 at 21:56:07
“I am sure you yawned right through the facts and went along with facts don't matter talking points. Republicans added over 140 amendments to the ACA also and voted on it and passed with a majority, that included Republicans. But don't let facts get in the way.”
WowJones on Dec 5, 2013 at 21:43:44
“Republican Sen. John Chafee of Rhode Island was the point man. The bill he introduced, Health Equity and Access Reform Today, (yes, that spells HEART) had a list of 20 co-sponsors that was a who’s who of Republican leadership. There was Minority Leader Bob Dole, R- Kan., Sens. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, Richard Lugar, R-Ind., and many others. There also were two Democratic co-sponsors.
Among other features, the Chafee bill included:
An individual mandate;
Creation of purchasing pools;
Vouchers for the poor to buy insurance;
A ban on denying coverage based on a pre-existing condition.”
lorenzo48 on Dec 5, 2013 at 21:39:49
“The plan came out of the right wing think tank the Heritage foundation, now I know you have nothing but rightwing talking points and zero basis in fact if you want to claim otherwise.”
“How ironic. Isn't that exactly what this battle is all about? Those of us that wish to exercise our right to personal responsiblity rather than have the government be responsible for my person? Glad you're starting to understand liberal.”
“A little clarity in your response would be nice cupcake.”
PCCNYC on Dec 3, 2013 at 15:11:10
“Pareidolia is an illusion or misperception by the human mind to see a distinct image where only an obscure one is present. Like seeing an angel face in a piece of twisted metal.
I don't understand why you assumed the original poster was a liberal. Because they don't believe in angels? Because they questioned where divine intervention was in the first place on the day of 9/11? I can assure you that there were many believers who also questioned where God was on that day, too.”
WilhelmKein on Dec 3, 2013 at 14:46:12
“You mental defectives sure love to whine about your vast inferiority.”
“Funny how easy it is for a government to persuade its gullible citizens (like you) that corporations and job creators and people with wealth are the entities which threaten their freedom.”
lamar5292 on Dec 2, 2013 at 21:23:49
“OR how funny it is that gullible people like you do not realize how you were bought and paid for by corporations like Koch that funded the "grass roots" tea party to put in their candidates to try and get the XL pipeline and Wisconsin unions busted up.
You were manipulated and used by koch and if you don't see that then you must be blind!”
“Republicans aren't really worried about the vile and disgusting hooha's of liberal women Bob. Whether or not your little girl or wife or pet sheep for that matter are tight as a drum or flappin in the breeze makes little difference - they are safe from us.”
separatingwheatfromchaff on Dec 2, 2013 at 07:31:47
“You can always depend on single issue Republicans to bring bestiality into the conversation.”
“Thats what you got? If ignorance is bliss then I'm sure you are over the moon. Tell me how the insurance companies are "greedy" my friend. Tell me also what an acceptable profit margin should be for an insurance company. Tell me why Obamacare has increased dramatically premiums people will now pay. Tell me anything except for the ignorant pap that you spew as knowledge.”
grandmablue on Dec 1, 2013 at 23:49:42
“First of all, many people have seen great savings under the ACA. Secondly, the insurance companies who are dropping policies are doing it because they CAN, not because the ACA required it. Their policies would have been grandfathered in, but they chose to send out letter dropping people's coverage and trying to dupe them into thinking the ACA required them to get a more expensive policy from the same company.
Two states have sued insurers for their misleading letters and forced them to reinstate the dropped policies or at least to let people out of the more expensive policies they were duped into sighing up for.
Other states made the insurance companies send out correction letters correcting the misleading claims they made and letting people know they may get a better deal through the state exchanges, and that if they sign up through the insurance company, they're not eligible for subsidies.”
“W isn't president any longer sweet thing. Even the failed Obama doesn't use him as an excuse any longer. While getting another government program jammed down your throat may be delightful for you, it isn't for me.”
“Is it a lie that millions have and will lose their coverage that they were promised they could keep? Is it a lie that Obamacare rates for coverage are dramatically higher with higher deductibles and lifetime caps? Have some pride cupcake - why do you feel obligated to defend this failed policy?”
Watcher from outside on Dec 1, 2013 at 20:39:51
“yep because it was the greedy insurance company that sent out mis -leading letters”