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Sen. Pryor's Gutsy Pro-Obamacare Ad

Gandydancer Wrote: Aug 24, 2014 8:03 PM
"Sen. Pryor's Gutsy Pro-Obamacare Ad" -- Really? Then why doesn't it mention Obamacare? Or the ACA? Or Obama? It says, "That’s why I helped pass a law that prevents insurance companies from canceling your policy if you get sick, or deny coverage for preexisting conditions", but doesn't mention that that was the SAME law that was sold with the promise that "You can keep your doctor -- period." If it were really a "Pro-Obamacare Ad" (or "gutsy") you'd think Pryor wouldn't be so coy.
"...Obama's conduction of the War on Terror...." Conn Carroll's conduction of his war on English is pretty embarrassing. As is his ignorance of the fact that Marco Rubio's act as the Magic Hispanic Hope of the Republican Party has fully passed its sell-by date.
There's no defense to fund anymore. And she's richer than you.
Your caps button is stuck. Davis answers the question. Try reading the article.
So you don't know squat, but you're easily convinced. And you say this with no self-awareness whatsoever. Kyle sold books by smearing Ventura. That's what the jury decided. His dying doesn't mean his estate can keep the extra profits. That's the law, another subject on which you're admitting cluelessness without a clue that you're doing it, never mind that Davis, who you profess to believe, admits just that. Sheesh.
That's another Kyle lie. There were, iirc, $6M in profits and $52k donated.
...painted... Where's the edit button?
I've heard Florence King's name, but can't say she's ever made an impression. After checking out Paul Greenberg's recommendation I don't expect that to change. The sad thing is that King imagines herself (and apparently Greenberg agrees, which says nothing good about him) competent to be cultural critic, while displaying illogic, verbal incompetence, and ignorance. For the former take Kings' inapposite comparison of ordinary bits of Coulter's voluminous output to the greatest hits of Oscar Wilde and Dorothy Parker, which is somehow supposed to demonstrate something, but does nothing of the kind. Then there's the extended criticism of Coulter calling Katie Couric "the affable Eva Braun of morning TV." I have no idea what Coulter meant, so some of that would be fine. But consider that King suggests "Simper Fidelis" as an alternative, which couldn't substitute even if it made sense, which it doesn't seem to. (I'm not familiar enough with Couric to know if she simpers. But is she known as an ex-Marine?) She also suggests "Brunhilde", whom she mischaracterizes in her pretentious ignorance as a "take-charge Teutonic battle queen" when in fact Brunhilde was in Nordic myth a Valkyrie with a rather different job description, and is in any case better known as a strapping overstuffed operatic stereotype quite incompatible with the diminutive Couric. And speaking of "battle queens" she ends up characterizing Coulter as a "howling Boudicca ", apparently conflating the imagined behavior of the British queen's blue-painter warriors with her own. Sheesh.
Yeah, that's our problem. Fascist government resulting from GOP absolutism. Or maybe it's McConnell and Boehner and Greenberg. Pick one.
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