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zerO refuses to negotiate with the Republicans over reducing the budget. In 2009 zerO gave a speech calling the 9 trillion debt at

that time immoral and irresponsible. The lies that have been spewing from the mouth of this mutt are legendary.

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zerO refuses to negotiate with the Republicans over reducing the budget. In 2009 zerO gave a speech calling the 9 trillion debt at

that time immoral and irresponsible. The lies that have been spewing from the mouth of this mutt are legendary.

17 trillion !!?? Can we blame Bush for this ??

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Idiot,

What the Republicans are doing is not negotiating, it's blackmail. Fortunately, the country isn't buying it.

The Republicans aren't afraid the Affordable Care Act will fail. If they believed that, they'd let it fail, then tell everyone they were right. Then they'd win a string of elections for a very long time. I'd tell you to use your brain but that would be pointless.

The Republicans are doing this because they know that the law will work, and improve our health care system. That will take pressure off our mounting debt, which is a result of decades of neglect of things we've needed to do. And when the Affordable Care Act succeeds, which it will, the 59% who now want some form of national health care will be more like 70%. And Republicans won't be able to get elected dog catcher.

So go ahead, repeat everything Beck and Limbaugh tell you to think. Support knuckle-draggers. Even Karl Rove knows you're taking down the Republican party.

Fortunately, Barack Obama is our President and he's too intelligent to negotiate with economic terrorists.

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Idiot,

What the Republicans are doing is not negotiating, it's blackmail. Fortunately, the country isn't buying it.

The Republicans aren't afraid the Affordable Care Act will fail. If they believed that, they'd let it fail, then tell everyone they were right. Then they'd win a string of elections for a very long time. I'd tell you to use your brain but that would be pointless.

The Republicans are doing this because they know that the law will work, and improve our health care system. That will take pressure off our mounting debt, which is a result of decades of neglect of things we've needed to do. And when the Affordable Care Act succeeds, which it will, the 59% who now want some form of national health care will be more like 70%. And Republicans won't be able to get elected dog catcher.

So go ahead, repeat everything Beck and Limbaugh tell you to think. Support knuckle-draggers. Even Karl Rove knows you're taking down the Republican party.

Fortunately, Barack Obama is our President and he's too intelligent to negotiate with economic terrorists.

62% of americans think zerOcare is a miserable failure and has hurt the country.Food stamps and disability payments are at an all time high. Our debt is about to hit 17 trillion. zerO gave an apology speech in Cairo and now the world is on fire. zerOcare is turning the US into a parttime society.The white house is closed to school trips but not 5 million dollar vacations. The GOP will take control of the senate and house next year and this socialist fool will have his Bank of China checkbook taken away. That's the way we reduce the debt.

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62% of americans think zerOcare is a miserable failure and has hurt the country.Food stamps and disability payments are at an all time high. Our debt is about to hit 17 trillion. zerO gave an apology speech in Cairo and now the world is on fire. zerOcare is turning the US into a parttime society.The white house is closed to school trips but not 5 million dollar vacations. The GOP will take control of the senate and house next year and this socialist fool will have his Bank of China checkbook taken away. That's the way we reduce the debt.

Wrong.

Fact: 43% of Americans approve of the Affordable Care Act, which you sneeringly call Obamacare, and an additional 16% think it isn't liberal enough. So that's 59% of the American people who want a national health care system, as opposed to the Republicans, who are in the pockets of the insurance industry and don't want any kind of a system that protects the people from insurance company abuse.

Fact: People are on food stamps because of the near collapse of our economy in 2008. Despite two stimulus packages, the rebound hasn't filtered down to the working people. That is because Republicans insist on cutting police, fire and teacher jobs, refuse to create jobs through badly needed infrastructure updating and refuse to do anything more to restore our economy to full employment.

Fact: The reason our debt is about to hit 17 trillion dollars is that the middle class has been crushed over the past thirty years or Reaganomics. As a result, we're bleeding jobs and money overseas because the laws have been rewritten to favor the Republican party's constituent base. Their taxes have been cut, and with middle- and lower-class incomes not rising, revenues aren't keeping up with outlays. In addition, the baby boomers are into retirement age, which is straining our social service systems. We can work our way out of this but not by doing nothing, which is what the Republicans want to do. And why? Because it serves the interests of the giant corporations and the super-rich, which is their constituent base.

Fact: President Obama has never made an apology speech in Cairo or anywhere else. So far we have a possible diplomatic resolution to an international crisis. It may or may not hold but the Middle East is no more in crisis than it has been for a very long time.

Fact: President Obama is not turning the US into a part-time society. The pressure toward that has been building for decades, with the rise of the global economy, resulting in businesses being able to employ labor more cheaply overseas. The fact is that part-time employment rose most sharply under GW Bush in 2008 (from 17% to 19%), before President Obama took office, and has leveled off under President Obama (to between 19% and 20%), despite the weak recovery that Republicans refuse to do anything about. We can deal with this problem but again, not by doing nothing. The Republicans want to do nothing because they don't care whether ordinary people make good incomes. They only care about helping the rich get richer. That's not an exaggeration. It's a proven fact. Look at every policy the Republicans put forward, and every policy they oppose. The main beneficiaries of our economic recovery are the rich; most people's incomes haven't risen at all.

Yeah, yeah, yeah, with the vacations. Fact: President Obama hasn't taken any more vacations than other presidents, and far fewer than Mr. Bush did.

Fact: We have not reduced the debt under Republicans. The facts show exactly the opposite. Republicans run up the debt, and they do it deliberately because they want to cripple the government so that it can't do anything for ordinary people. Republicans strategists call it "starving the beast." Check out this article from Forbes, which is a conservative magazine. Consider also Grover Norquist's strategy of making the government small enough to drown it in the bathtub. This isn't an exaggeration. It's Republican strategy, they've been practicing it for years, and you're too stupid to see what they're doing and whose interests they are serving.

If you want to know the truth, you'll have to read and study, not just listen to what the people on Fox tell you to think.

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What has become the norm for you guys is that you always seem to get your facts wrong. The majority of people don't understand the ACA because the Koch Brothers and those idiot tea party clowns are too inept to see that they will benefit the most since the ones doing the complaining are the ones who benefit the most.

You think that the President is responsible for the total debt but fail to understand that debt is accumulated. Since the end of the Revolutionary War we've had a national debt. You didn't seem to mind when Junior was running the economy that nearly caused another Depression because of ineptitude.

All you clowns ever do is blame the President who is trying to get the country back on a financial footing. We've had a Congress who spent the entire month of August on vacation and has done nothing to create the jobs they said they would. But yet you criticize the President for taking a vacation. How bright can they be when they vote to defund Acorn when it hasn't existed for 4 years. And in case you forgot Bush Senior also reduced the size of the Military after the first Gulf War. With technology advancing the need for a large Military makes no sense.

So sit back in your chair and watch your Party do more damage to the economy. That is if they don't go on their monthly break.

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Wrong.

Fact: 43% of Americans approve of the Affordable Care Act, which you sneeringly call Obamacare, and an additional 16% think it isn't liberal enough. So that's 59% of the American people who want a national health care system, as opposed to the Republicans, who are in the pockets of the insurance industry and don't want any kind of a system that protects the people from insurance company abuse.

Fact: People are on food stamps because of the near collapse of our economy in 2008. Despite two stimulus packages, the rebound hasn't filtered down to the working people. That is because Republicans insist on cutting police, fire and teacher jobs, refuse to create jobs through badly needed infrastructure updating and refuse to do anything more to restore our economy to full employment.

Fact: The reason our debt is about to hit 17 trillion dollars is that the middle class has been crushed over the past thirty years or Reaganomics. As a result, we're bleeding jobs and money overseas because the laws have been rewritten to favor the Republican party's constituent base. Their taxes have been cut, and with middle- and lower-class incomes not rising, revenues aren't keeping up with outlays. In addition, the baby boomers are into retirement age, which is straining our social service systems. We can work our way out of this but not by doing nothing, which is what the Republicans want to do. And why? Because it serves the interests of the giant corporations and the super-rich, which is their constituent base.

Fact: President Obama has never made an apology speech in Cairo or anywhere else. So far we have a possible diplomatic resolution to an international crisis. It may or may not hold but the Middle East is no more in crisis than it has been for a very long time.

Fact: President Obama is not turning the US into a part-time society. The pressure toward that has been building for decades, with the rise of the global economy, resulting in businesses being able to employ labor more cheaply overseas. The fact is that part-time employment rose most sharply under GW Bush in 2008 (from 17% to 19%), before President Obama took office, and has leveled off under President Obama (to between 19% and 20%), despite the weak recovery that Republicans refuse to do anything about. We can deal with this problem but again, not by doing nothing. The Republicans want to do nothing because they don't care whether ordinary people make good incomes. They only care about helping the rich get richer. That's not an exaggeration. It's a proven fact. Look at every policy the Republicans put forward, and every policy they oppose. The main beneficiaries of our economic recovery are the rich; most people's incomes haven't risen at all.

Yeah, yeah, yeah, with the vacations. Fact: President Obama hasn't taken any more vacations than other presidents, and far fewer than Mr. Bush did.

Fact: We have not reduced the debt under Republicans. The facts show exactly the opposite. Republicans run up the debt, and they do it deliberately because they want to cripple the government so that it can't do anything for ordinary people. Republicans strategists call it "starving the beast." Check out this article from Forbes, which is a conservative magazine. Consider also Grover Norquist's strategy of making the government small enough to drown it in the bathtub. This isn't an exaggeration. It's Republican strategy, they've been practicing it for years, and you're too stupid to see what they're doing and whose interests they are serving.

If you want to know the truth, you'll have to read and study, not just listen to what the people on Fox tell you to think.

Here's another of your so-called "facts". If you like your doctor you can keep him. Wake up dummy, you're being played.

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If we are being played, then why am I getting a rebate from my insurance company. Also, under my plan I will continue to see the same Doctor I always have. We have discussed the ACA with him before and since doctors work with many insurance companies nothing is going to change except he will be able to see more patients.

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If we are being played, then why am I getting a rebate from my insurance company. Also, under my plan I will continue to see the same Doctor I always have. We have discussed the ACA with him before and since doctors work with many insurance companies nothing is going to change except he will be able to see more patients.

If we are being played, then why am I getting a rebate from my insurance company. Also, under my plan I will continue to see the same Doctor I always have. We have discussed the ACA with him before and since doctors work with many insurance companies nothing is going to change except he will be able to see more patients.

You're FOS. You haven't even been able to get through to the website. And I haven't heard of anyone not getting an increase.

Another lie by the way, "Everyone will see a reduction in their premiums". Like I said before, you're being played, dummy.

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You're FOS. You haven't even been able to get through to the website. And I haven't heard of anyone not getting an increase.

Another lie by the way, "Everyone will see a reduction in their premiums". Like I said before, you're being played, dummy.

You're an idiot. You don't know how many people have signed up for coverage or how many of them like the plan. But because you hate Obama so much, you think that everyone who says they like the ACA is either stupid or crazy.

You're both.

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You're FOS. You haven't even been able to get through to the website. And I haven't heard of anyone not getting an increase.

Another lie by the way, "Everyone will see a reduction in their premiums". Like I said before, you're being played, dummy.

Ah . . . when you watch Fox and listen to Limbaugh and repeat back everything they say without understanding it, you're in no position to say that someone else it being played.

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I don't have to get through to any one because under the ACA, a person can choose to remain with their current carrier which is what I've done and they have expanded some of the benefits that I didn't have before.

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I'm keeping my coverage too. I hope the lying right wing slimeballs don't get away with what they're trying to pull. If they do, our already dysfunctional government will become even more dysfunctional.

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Just to see how hard it would be to get on the exchange web site, and I had no trouble. I did both the state I am living in and the NJ web site and it took seconds to do both. I guess the 2 smart is really 2 stupid after all.

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I don't have to get through to any one because under the ACA, a person can choose to remain with their current carrier which is what I've done and they have expanded some of the benefits that I didn't have before.

I don't have to get through to any one because under the ACA, a person can choose to remain with their current carrier which is what I've done and they have expanded some of the benefits that I didn't have before.

Will you still be a zerO worshiper if your hours get cut down to 29 hours and you lose your coverage.?

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are u people kidding me the country wanted to hang g w bush when the debt hit 600 billion this moron we have now just drives it up and u morons think he is great.trillion wasnt a word when bush was in office f u freeloading aholes

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We didn't need to blame Junior because he wasn't interested in cutting the deficit. All he was concerned about was getting us into 2 wars and destroying the economy along the way. But no one should be surprised since every business he started was a failure. Also, in one of his businesses he was investigated for insider trading (Harkin Oil) which he paid a small fine. But in a strange coincidence Daddy Bush appointed the investigator as head of the SEC. It must be nice to have friends in the right places.

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The President submitted to the Congress a budget that the Republicans demanded, which was 2 to 3 hundred billion less. So how is it that he's the one responsible. And how many times did Junior have go back to the Congress asking for more money for Iraq and Afghanistan.

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The President submitted to the Congress a budget that the Republicans demanded, which was 2 to 3 hundred billion less. So how is it that he's the one responsible. And how many times did Junior have go back to the Congress asking for more money for Iraq and Afghanistan.

I hope you're not sharing that kool-Aid with Dorothy.

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