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BruisedTaxPyr Wrote: Nov 05, 2013 9:53 AM
There is a lot of disinformation about health insurance reform out there, spanning from control of personal finances to end of life care. These rumors often travel just below the surface via chain emails or through casual conversation. Since we can’t keep track of all of them here at the White House, we’re asking for your help. If you get an email or see something on the web about health insurance reform that seems fishy, send it to remember the "report your neighbor" scandal?
Anthony Weiner's replacement. Not same state but same obnoxious, overbearing, self adoring personality.
I keep hearing 750,000 as the number of accounts created. However, Web vendors and insurance companies also report a multitude of duplicate applications. Several were created when the system was shutdown or restarted requiring the user to start over. Say there are three duplications of each account; the real number of accounts becomes 250,000, of which fewer will become actual registrations.
Now we know that the A-Team of Axelrod, Emanuel and Messina were actually hold POTUS to some standard of sanity. Today we see POTUS unleashed and boy is that guy out of control!
The Republicans should begin a nuclear weapons program. Then the Administration would fall all over itself to negotiate.
Our hospital in rural MD is laying off workers every week. They have cut the number of beds available for a growing community. ACA is the reason, according to hospital administrators. How is this helping the community?
Obama shot his bolt in his successful war on the American middle class. He has nothing left for the Syrians.
Obama's war on the middle class
Our clever "leader from behind", recognizing his complete lack of international experience and bereft of domestic governance skills, has seized upon the coattails of infamous thugs, Vladimir Putin and Bashir Assad. These peacemakers have proposed that the Syrian government disband all of its poison gas stocks within the next few months, negating the need for our "leader from behind" to make the difficult decision to fulfill his (but not really his) promise of repercussions. Syria has accepted that it will comply with dismantling its stockpiles of poison gas, preferring to destroy the gas in several rebel-held towns.
Offer an ACA waiver to every district whose congressman votes for an attack on Syria.
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