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Repeal and replace Obamacare

Cardinal5671 Wrote: Apr 14, 2014 12:39 PM
Did you fail basic math? How many votes to defund Obamacare are there in the Senate? Are there 67? That's how many you need to overcome the President's veto because he will veto it.
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The Talk Radio Party?

Cardinal5671 Wrote: Apr 10, 2014 2:52 PM
So the answer is that if the perfect candidate isn't in the race, let the Democrat win? How is that going to "start the swing back to normalcy?"
If you aren't part of the solution, you are part of the problem. If you aren't serious about winning and realistic about your chances of winning, don't get in the election.
"That's some twisted, convoluted logic." Only if you were comparing apples to apples in your examples, which your are not. That abortion and gay marriage are both immoral does not constitute an logical inconsistencies. Neither precludes the immorality or requires the morality of the other.
"Often, if not always, if you pay out-of-pocket for your healthcare (i.e. uninsured), you will be charged FAR more than for the same procedure being performed on someone who is insured." Not necessarily true. One of the doctors my daughter sees actually charges less for cash customers. Healthcare providers want to get a certain amount of money out of the insurance companies and will jack up their rates knowing they will not get that much. They just do it so when the insurance company knocks down the price to what they will pay, the provider gets what they wanted.
Jeff, are you denying reality? Any vote for a third party candidate is always a de-facto vote for the winner of the election.
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Just the Facts

Cardinal5671 Wrote: Mar 14, 2014 12:20 PM
Chances of Obamacare being repealed with Democrats in charge of the Senate: NONE Chances of Obamacare being repealed with Republicans in charge of the Senate: Slim (to none) with Obama in the WH.
"Mormonism trumped politics." Now generalize it to "Ideology trumped politics" and you have the reason that many in the Tea Party are (rightly) criticized. Perhaps not in the case of Romney. But many have talked like this. It does not help and ultimately benefits those who the Tea Party are most against.
Vote out McConnell in favor of who exactly? It doesn't look like Bevins has much of a chance so the only other option would be the Democrat. Is this the conservatives preferred candidate? Really?
So, please illuminate us and actually show us where she is wrong.
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