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zerO approval rating is down to 37% and dropping. zerOcare gets worse by the day. Every day it becomes clearer that we have an incompetent socialist fool occuping the white house. Every day it becomes clearer the zerO has no management or executive

experience and somehow was able to convince democrats and white guilters to vote for him. zerO has become nothing more than a late night comedians joke.

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zerO approval rating is down to 37% and dropping. zerOcare gets worse by the day. Every day it becomes clearer that we have an incompetent socialist fool occuping the white house. Every day it becomes clearer the zerO has no management or executive

experience and somehow was able to convince democrats and white guilters to vote for him. zerO has become nothing more than a late night comedians joke.

5.4 million have now been kicked off their health insurance policies. Predictions are this number will rise to 100 million. This is bad news for Dems in the

2014 election. The GOP will take over the senate next year and zerO will be a paper tiger for the rest of his term. I hope they tar & feather him and run him out of town on a donkey.

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5.4 million have now been kicked off their health insurance policies. Predictions are this number will rise to 100 million. This is bad news for Dems in the

2014 election. The GOP will take over the senate next year and zerO will be a paper tiger for the rest of his term. I hope they tar & feather him and run him out of town on a donkey.

You have no idea what you're talking about. Those 5.4 million people haven't been kicked out of anything. Their old insurance policies were a scam, so the new law very properly made them illegal. If people are stupid enough to want to pay insurance premiums for policies that don't insure anything, that would be their business, except for one thing: when they don't have coverage, they come running to me to pick up the tab for their care. I make a good income, and so I pay a lot in taxes. I'm sick of freeloaders who can afford insurance but are too stupid or too lazy to read their insurance policies, and let themselves get scammed into buying policies that don't really provide insurance.

And whose predictions? The same people who predicted that we'd have President Romney by now, no doubt. If Romney had been elected, he'd be trying to explain why the law he got passed in Massachusetts, and is working there, is bad for the country.

This whole argument from the Republicans is about politics. They loved the individual mandate when it was their idea. The minute President Obama embraced it as a second- or third-best alternative to better ideas, suddenly they were against it.

And of course, our resident right wing nutcake refuses even to acknowledge the 47 million people who had no insurance before the ACA became law. You're an authoritarian and a moron, 2Stupid4Words, a/k/a "Patriot." Do a little self-reflection until you figure out who you really are. It'll make you a better person - not that that's a very high bar to set.

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You have no idea what you're talking about. Those 5.4 million people haven't been kicked out of anything. Their old insurance policies were a scam, so the new law very properly made them illegal. If people are stupid enough to want to pay insurance premiums for policies that don't insure anything, that would be their business, except for one thing: when they don't have coverage, they come running to me to pick up the tab for their care. I make a good income, and so I pay a lot in taxes. I'm sick of freeloaders who can afford insurance but are too stupid or too lazy to read their insurance policies, and let themselves get scammed into buying policies that don't really provide insurance.

And whose predictions? The same people who predicted that we'd have President Romney by now, no doubt. If Romney had been elected, he'd be trying to explain why the law he got passed in Massachusetts, and is working there, is bad for the country.

This whole argument from the Republicans is about politics. They loved the individual mandate when it was their idea. The minute President Obama embraced it as a second- or third-best alternative to better ideas, suddenly they were against it.

And of course, our resident right wing nutcake refuses even to acknowledge the 47 million people who had no insurance before the ACA became law. You're an authoritarian and a moron, 2Stupid4Words, a/k/a "Patriot." Do a little self-reflection until you figure out who you really are. It'll make you a better person - not that that's a very high bar to set.

They come running to you ?? OMG You're so typical of zerO zombies. Put the Kool-Aid down !!

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You have no idea what you're talking about. Those 5.4 million people haven't been kicked out of anything. Their old insurance policies were a scam, so the new law very properly made them illegal. If people are stupid enough to want to pay insurance premiums for policies that don't insure anything, that would be their business, except for one thing: when they don't have coverage, they come running to me to pick up the tab for their care. I make a good income, and so I pay a lot in taxes. I'm sick of freeloaders who can afford insurance but are too stupid or too lazy to read their insurance policies, and let themselves get scammed into buying policies that don't really provide insurance.

And whose predictions? The same people who predicted that we'd have President Romney by now, no doubt. If Romney had been elected, he'd be trying to explain why the law he got passed in Massachusetts, and is working there, is bad for the country.

This whole argument from the Republicans is about politics. They loved the individual mandate when it was their idea. The minute President Obama embraced it as a second- or third-best alternative to better ideas, suddenly they were against it.

And of course, our resident right wing nutcake refuses even to acknowledge the 47 million people who had no insurance before the ACA became law. You're an authoritarian and a moron, 2Stupid4Words, a/k/a "Patriot." Do a little self-reflection until you figure out who you really are. It'll make you a better person - not that that's a very high bar to set.

And you're a Statist...but ONLY as long as the party you like is in power.

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They come running to you ?? OMG You're so typical of zerO zombies. Put the Kool-Aid down !!

You're not even clever enough to think up an original snot-nosed remark. So you pulled out two of your usual snot-nosed remarks, along with a valley-girl "OMG." Do you really think you said anything?

They come running to me to pay the taxes that the super-rich won't pay, to pay for health care for people who don't have adequate insurance coverage. I am one of tens of millions of Americans who are well off but not rich. We worked our asses off to get a good education and a good career. We did exactly what we were told to do. We don't have big tax shelters. We're the ones paying the bulk of the taxes, and I'm sick of paying for everyone else's coverage. I'm happy to pay my fair share, which is well above the average because of my income. But we need a system that controls cost and fairly spreads the risks of illness that face us all. If you'd stop drinking your right-wing Kool-Aid and think for a change, you would see that. Who knows, you might be able to muster up an intelligent comment here and there. Then again, maybe it's just not in you.

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They come running to you ?? OMG You're so typical of zerO zombies. Put the Kool-Aid down !!

So whose prediction are you referring to (about 100 million people), and what is it based on?

Why did those 5.4 million policies, or whatever number it was, get canceled? How good was the coverage for the people who were "covered" under those policies? How much of their health care costs were the taxpayers picking up? Do you think maybe that's why they're not legal any more - because they're were really covering people for their health care needs?

If you're going to call other people zombies who just go along with what someone else tells them, then you should have answers for the most important questions. Instead, you just parrot what O'Reilly and Limbaugh tell you, which is exactly what you accuse people you don't agree with of doing. You're not even inventive enough to make up your own words.

But that's not what really matters. What really matters is having a health care system in the United States that works for the American people at the lowest attainable cost. So can you answer the questions and back up your answers with facts? We all know you can't, so when you don't answer those questions, with facts to back you up, your failure will be the answer.

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And you're a Statist...but ONLY as long as the party you like is in power.

Name one developed country in which the central government does not play a major role in the economy. There aren't any.

Name one developed country besides the United States that doesn't have a national health care system. There aren't any, or at most very few.

That isn't because the whole world has gone crazy. It's because modern technologies and systems of exchange demand it. Philosophy is important but it's only useful when you can relate it to the world as it is.

You spout your slogan and ignore every single point I made. Philosophy is useful but only when you check it against the facts.

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And you're a Statist...but ONLY as long as the party you like is in power.

So what system do you propose? Tell us all about your vision for the future. Tell us how it's going to work if we do it your way; how we're going to have a stable world in which people do well, and the system works to ensure that future generations also have a real chance for a good life. In describing your vision for our future, don't neglect to take into account that we are a nation of 350 million people in a world of 7 billion people, with advanced technologies and systems of exchange. Tell us how those pieces are going to function together without a strong central government. If anything, national governments don't reach far enough.

I don't like that you have a voice in shaping my future. But that is the fact. I'll like it even less if decisions begin to be made internationally - but you go ahead and tell us how that is going to be avoided now that the economy is global. Politicians didn't create the global economy. But it is as real to our lives today as the availability of land, water and air. All the slogans in the world won't make it go away, or diminish its pervasive effects.

So go ahead, spell our your vision. Can't wait to see your explanation.

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