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The arrogance of your post and progressives in general blow my mind; do you really believe American workers are more innovative and productive than the rest of the world? I have worked all over the world and know for a fact businesses and employees in India, China, Ireland and others are very motivated and innovative. You then have the audacity to suggest companies moving from the US not be able to sell their products in the US. It is this kind of twisted condescending thinking that will make the United States just another "banana republic".
With your wealth of knowledge, what would you suggest as "fair"?
Or as a brilliant writer said: It's like playing chess with a chicken.
I love United Health Care, and it has gone up because of mandated coverage. I suspect in the not too distant future, I will be pushed into single payer and my premiums and regulations will go up and coverage go down. THAT is Obama Care.
That pretty much sums it up...
What and why are the American people paying to advertise this debacle?
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'Six Californias' Instead of One?

Allen200 Wrote: Mar 10, 2014 12:01 PM
I have spent a lot of time in California and even 75 miles from SF and Sac the people think government is crazy. I think most people would be surprised how much of California is conservative. I would never support six states though; Three max.
I have found that if I get really, I mean really drunk, Chris Mathews becomes funny. I guess you have to experience his alternative dimension to understand how hilarious he can be. I have often wondered what planet he came from...
We get it George, you have a talking point. Only one but you do have one.
If this poll was taken across Texas, she would barely register as a challenger. She is from the liberal bastion of Texas and she can barely hang on there. I actually like what is happening here because Democrats are going to spend a ton of $ on a loser; unless as with the last presidential election, conservatives stay home, then I guess Texas will get what the deserve.
Just like Charlie Christ in Florida, she will say and do whatever it takes to stay relevant in politics. Her first question should always be: What exactly do you want to hear?
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