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  • Thanks obama. Usa how does your ass feel now.

    Well this makes me want to just puke.:mad: Well guns are next im sure.
    Honey its just the cats, Put that @#$%ing thing away!

  • #2
    Well said, u beat me to the post by eight minutes.

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    • #3
      Damn some people say violence isnt the answer. What he did kinda feels like rape. I thought there was a word known as NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Good lord our 4 fathers would pick up a rifle at this point.
      Honey its just the cats, Put that @#$%ing thing away!

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      • #4
        America wanted change, well they got it. Only we gotta deal with it to. When are they going to learn.... Liberals don't use vasaline. They use sandpaper.
        G.I.H.S.O. Going In Hot, Safety Off.

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        • #5
          Now I, like every politician that voted for health reform have not read the thousands of pages of the bill that was signed into law nor would I want to. I'm sure that if I knew of all the "pork" that was stuffed into it I'd just be that much more pissed anyway back to my original point ,no where in the bill does it provide anyone with health care insurance,but it does require EVERY ONE in America to have or obtain health care insurance or pay a healthy ( no pun intended ) fine. Now if 54% of Americans could not afford health insurance before how can they afford it now? It's just another form of tax ,and another step closer to what we have fought against all of our lives COMMUNISIM. OK I'm done ranting for now ,I'll leave this with a joke I heard the other day.

          Q. What do you call 100 politicians bound and weighted at the bottom of the ocean ?
          A. A good start !
          Every Day , Is A Bonus.

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          • #6
            Obama's health care plan is written by a committee whose Chairman says he doesn't understand it, passed by a Congress which hasn't read it, signed by a President who smokes, funded by a Treasury Chief who did not pay his taxes, overseen by a Surgeon General who is obese, and financed by a country that is nearly broke.
            WHAT IF THE AMERICA YOU KNEW, WAS ABOUT TO CHANGE?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Diesel View Post
              Obama's health care plan is written by a committee whose Chairman says he doesn't understand it, passed by a Congress which hasn't read it, signed by a President who smokes, funded by a Treasury Chief who did not pay his taxes, overseen by a Surgeon General who is obese, and financed by a country that is nearly broke.
              How very true that statement is..... ABSOLUTELY disgusting!
              Wolverines!!!:D

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              • #8
                Word. That's awesome.

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                • #9
                  Some get help sooner than others

                  There are some that get help when the bill goes into action in about 6 months.

                  1. The 16000 or so NEW IRS agents that will be responsible for making sure that everyone BUYS an insurance policy.

                  2. The staffs, approx. 7500 people, that will work at the 150 NEW Health and Human Services centers that will open up to help run this program.

                  3. The 5000 or so NEW beauracrats(that might not be spelled right) that will be hired to help run this monstrsity from DC.

                  But there are some that were supposed to get help IMMEDIATELY but are not.

                  1. Chidren with handicaps and serious illnesses were supposed to be able to get Health Insurance immediately upon the final passge of the bill. GUESS WHAT!!!!!
                  That part of the bill was accidentally left out. Their words not mine.

                  2. Children can remain on their parents insurance until age 27. Well from the way that the bill is worded that can only happen if the chils was on the policy before the bill was passed. See the problem here?? Before the bill was passsed you could not remain on your parents policy so this bill only effects those that are still not considered adults legally. The bill does not allow, from what I have seen, for parents to add their now 22 year old child to their current policy.

                  I have vented enough for now I will throw out more info in the coming days.

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                  • #10
                    This is how he feels:
                    http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSN2522952320100325

                    UPDATE 2-Obama dares Republicans to seek healthcare repeal
                    Thu Mar 25, 2010 3:46pm EDT


                    In Iowa visit, he warns repeal effort will backfire


                    * Mocks Republican for acting is if bill is "Armageddon"

                    * Poll shows public support for healthcare growing (New with Obama speech)

                    By Patricia Zengerle

                    IOWA CITY, Iowa, March 25 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama dared Republicans on Thursday to try to repeal his newly signed healthcare law but warned their effort would backfire as he touted the benefits of the massive overhaul.

                    "If they want to have that fight, we can have it," Obama told a university crowd in Iowa two days after putting his name on the most sweeping change in U.S. social policy in decades.

                    "I don't believe the American people are going to put the insurance industry back in the driver's seat. We've been there already. We're not going back," he said.

                    Taking his public relations blitz on the road as he seeks to overcome public doubts, Obama held a campaign-style rally at the University of Iowa Field House in Iowa City.

                    In the face of opinion polls showing the American public divided about the healthcare law, Obama and fellow Democrats are mounting an aggressive effort to gain credit for passage of the overhaul and to put Republicans on the defensive.

                    Obama first announced his healthcare plan in Iowa City in May 2007, launching a drive that aides say led to the bill passed by the House of Representatives and signed into law this week.

                    Republicans, who unanimously opposed the bill, have vowed to make repealing it a major issue in congressional elections in November.

                    "Well, I say go for it," Obama said, goading his critics. "If these congressmen in Washington want to come here to Iowa and tell small business owners that they plan to take away their tax credits and essentially raise their taxes, be my guest."

                    Designed to revamp the $2.5 trillion U.S. healthcare industry, which accounts for one-sixth of the country's economy, the law will extend health insurance to 32 million Americans who lack it. It will bar practices like insurers' refusing coverage to people with pre-existing medical conditions, expand the Medicaid government health insurance program for the poor and impose new taxes on the wealthy.

                    Obama acknowledged the bill was "not perfect" but listed what he saw as numerous benefits such as tax breaks to help Americans buy coverage.

                    'BIRDS WERE CHIRPING'

                    Looking relaxed and upbeat, he mocked Republicans for acting as if the bill would lead to "Armageddon."

                    "After I signed the bill, I looked around to see if there were any asteroids falling, some cracks opening up in the earth," Obama said, adding it turned out to be a nice day and "birds were chirping, folks were strolling down the mall."

                    Republicans are seeking to reduce or reverse Democrats' big majorities in both houses of Congress in November's elections.

                    The Senate on Thursday approved a package of final changes to the healthcare bill that must be approved again by the House after the Senate parliamentarian cut two minor provisions.

                    Speaking to reporters on Air Force One en route to Iowa, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs brushed aside complaints from two big manufacturers, Deere & Co (DE.N) and Caterpillar Inc (CAT.N), that healthcare reform would cost them hundreds of millions of dollars.

                    Gibbs said the healthcare law simply closed an accounting loophole that had been giving them a subsidy.

                    Support for the law seems to be growing, according to a poll released by Quinnipiac University on Thursday. Before the House passed the bill, 54 percent of Americans surveyed disapproved of it, while 36 percent supported it, the poll found. After the vote, the disapproval rating dropped to 49 percent versus 40 percent. (Additional reporting by Caren Bohan, Alister Bull and Matt Spetalnick; Editing by Peter Cooney)

                    What an arrogant SOB.

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                    • #11
                      Ok here is something else that the new Healthcare Bill does to screw over people. Not just any people either but retired military and their dependents.
                      As I am sure you all are aware of the bill requires that everyone have insurance. The bill also states what is considered appropriate insurance is.
                      These are not considered appropriate insurance and as a result the person that relies on these providers will be required to supplement with purchased insurance.

                      1. Those men and women that rely on the VA for their healthcare will be REQUIRED to purchase insurance.
                      2. Those men and women that use Tri-Care or Tri-Care Prime will be required to purchase further insurance.


                      Now there are rumors that these two requirememnts have been fixed but as of shortly before the vote they were still in the bill.

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                      • #12
                        Hey guys, been gone for a while. Have 3 jobs now, not like it really matters with all these new taxes and the health care requirements that will eventually cause us all to be imprisioned in the FEMA camps that we are already all too familiar with.

                        First of all, we've all seen this coming for quite some time. Even before Obama was elected by the electoral college (not by popular vote). Our country has been running off a cliff since the end of WWII, and the great depression. With the introduction of Social Security tax, medicare, and the like, we've been consistently forced over and over to pay into more and more taxes to support our ever growing community of organized crime leaders we call government.

                        Our mid-term elections are approaching, but that doesn't mean we will be able to replace these idiots at the top of the food chain, simply because for a name to be on a ballot, that person must be nominated by his or her party. In order to be nominated, a person has to show that they have the same outlook on different issues and the current people in the house, and that they are willing to follow the same routine as before. To put it simply, we are electing a different person with the same attitude.

                        What this country needs, in my opinion, is a revolution. Think about it, the government is so hell bent on removing guns from people that they are regulating everything surrounding them. Why would the government want to remove your guns? So you can't revolt against them. Our greatest weapon against the government is threat. If we fear our government, we put ourselves back into oppression, but if our government fears us, the country is under our control.

                        Our government has gotten out of control simply because there are too many people unwilling to risk everything they have because they're afraid of losing it all, but what they don't realize is that they will lose everything they have simply because they aren't willing to fight for it.

                        Obamacare, elegibility issues, military personnel refusing orders, extensive growth of government workers, higher taxes, lower standard of living, reduced wages, economic disaster, and the threat of terrorism has ultimately lead us to poverty, oppression, and hunger, even though we're still working 40+ hours a week. I don't know about you, but I'm tired of working my ass off at a job I'd rather not be doing simply for these sh*theads in charge to rake in 5 or 6 digits a year.

                        One more thought: You are required by law to have auto insurance if you want to drive a car, it is your choice. I shouldn't be required to have health insurance because it was not my choice to be born. If you want to arrest someone because I don't have insurance, arrest my mom.
                        "Reject the basic assumptions of civilization, especially the importance of material possessions." "The things you own end up owning you"-Tyler Durden

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