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Our Fake, Fair President

Anne440 Wrote: Aug 28, 2012 3:56 AM
They always make it sound like the person who built a business is not a taxpayer paying for the roads, schools and services. The business owners paid for all of these things just like everyone else and usually more than the non business owner. Taxpayers pay for everything, not somebody else.
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Disagreeing with a Critic of Obamacare

Anne440 Wrote: Jun 19, 2012 1:46 PM
It's not just the consumer that might overuse. I have a friend on medi-medi and everytime something expensive is offered she is told take advantage of it it's free. Doctors seem to encourage the over testing and spending even worse than the patient.
Obama has no good national message so his game is to slice and dice the electorate. He's dividing the population into groups he thinks will likely vote for him and pandering to each individually. War on women, pro gay marrage, putting public sector union workers back to work with stimulus and his latest immigration stand. He feels that's his best option. Go around congress and clinch each group. He doesn't have to pander to blacks, they will vote for him because he is half black. Sad, but it may work.
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How Mitt Romney Can Erase the Gender Gap

Anne440 Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 5:30 PM
Republicans would sound far more appealing to women if they could express themselves loudly and clearly enough to be heard over the uproar of the pro reproductive rights, abortion, crowd. Many women don't believe in abortion on demand, partial birth abortion or forcing catholic institutions to pay for the very things that go against their beliefs. Democats are just very good at being loud and lying.
If people don't have to prove they are citizens, how can the federal govt say if we are citizens we have to prove we have health insurance? They won't know who is a citizen!
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Republicans Nullifying Conservatives

Anne440 Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 4:57 PM
The personhood amendment won't ever be passed as long as people believe that it will allect birth control pills and invetrofertilization. When those issues are addressed to relieve peoples concerns it will possibly pass.
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The Elephant of Jew Hatred

Anne440 Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 4:50 PM
It speaks voumes about our society when political correctness has shifted from being sensitive towards others to flat denying and lying about important issues of the time.
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Welfare and Private Charity

Anne440 Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 1:56 PM
The poverty rate has risen sharply since Johnson started the war on poverty. More money the government throws at a problem the worse it gets. Look at our educational system. Since the feds started the department of education and throws more and more money into education our schools have gotten so bad it is embarassing. Big government messes up more than it helps.
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ALEC’s Rich States, Poor States

Anne440 Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 1:50 PM
Hasn't everyone noticed that the most liberal progressive states are in the worst financial condition and living in one of them is becoming a nightmare?
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