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My mesage must get out. Icumbants milk the wealthy, lie to the voters and do what they darn well please. At least I'm not helping 'em.
I don't care who, what, when or where, I won't vote for an incumbant that negative campaigns. If they can't impress me with the list of efforts they have made on behalf of the citizens, they probably haven't done any.
I'm surprized that there even could be 6 or 7 million peole not already exempt or deferred for years from needing to buy Obamacare. This call into question what they use for health insurance. What's notable though, is Obama seems to have to be doing his own PR instead of the media. Could it be that our silent boycott is having an effect?
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The Troubles with Common Core

Bear Trax Wrote: Apr 21, 2014 10:26 AM
This is just another federal take over of something they have no business being involved with. There was a thread last week about a simple subtraction problem solved by creating 4 different problems then adding up the results, without using common core for the final sum. Remember, all the federal money goes to pay the bureaucracy created in the states, to qualify for the federal money, therefore, threatening to cut off the federal money, affects the very people making the decisions at the state level. (also see: robots making robots)
After reading most of the posts on this article, it's shaping up like Tea Party vs. the Occupy movement. We're going to get more of this as the american people see Obama changing, ignoring and rewriting more laws than he abides by. It was fun and games for 5 years, but now it's getting clear that the law is, "what you can get away with".(also see: IRS targeting, Fast and Furious, and the NSA spying on Obama's detractors)
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Obamacare's "Unfolding Fiscal Disaster"

Bear Trax Wrote: Apr 20, 2014 11:51 AM
Have you noticed that congress has given Obama a blank cleck on spending and made the figures secret? We used to see the damage every 6 months or so, but not any more.
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Obamacare's "Unfolding Fiscal Disaster"

Bear Trax Wrote: Apr 20, 2014 11:45 AM
Once an Obamacare client buys their policy they must search for a doctor who is willing to live with the certainty of malpractice suits because they couldn't run tests and charge for them. After finding one, at a welfare clinic, they must pay the deductable and co-pay. How many of those buyers are going to send in their second monthly payment?
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Obamacare's "Unfolding Fiscal Disaster"

Bear Trax Wrote: Apr 20, 2014 11:05 AM
Don't think for one Obama second that the 'employer mandate' has been postponed. While the deadline may have been pushed back till after the election, employers still must buy Obamacare policies or drop coverage all together. Another fact that's been overlooked is the federal subsidies dissappear in three years, just in time for the next president to deal with.
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Obamacare's "Unfolding Fiscal Disaster"

Bear Trax Wrote: Apr 20, 2014 10:32 AM
Just like the use of the word "reform" to mean improvement over what we use to have,Obama will continue to tout imaginary figures of 7 or 8 or 785 million people signed up as representing those who, signed up voluntarily, didn't receive a 90% subsidy, and are thrilled with their deductable and co-pays after paing whatever for the premium. My take is there are probably many dozens of people who are signed up voluntariy, and they needed or still need to change doctors and hospitals to those that accept the terms of Obamacare.
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Keystone Pipeline Delayed Again

Bear Trax Wrote: Apr 19, 2014 2:05 PM
No. We must constantly have a 'boogie man' available to distract the american people away from domestic problems. If it's not Iran, it's North Korea, Venezuela took a turn, now it's Putin. Just imagine if we had a Russian Obama to deal with (inexperienced and unstable). That's what Russia is looking at when they see the US.
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Keystone Pipeline Delayed Again

Bear Trax Wrote: Apr 19, 2014 1:59 PM
Because of what Obama has done (not what he's said) I'd prefer that the democrats have to live with it for another 3 years, rather than give them a quick fix, and then by 2016 the american people's attention span would have been exhausted, and all would be proclaimed as 'well again'. Enter Hilliary the Great.
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