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You have naught but to look at Obama's past, the company he kept, and his voting record to realize the truth. But then to quote a person I love very much, my daughter, he looks so presidential - and he was a community organizer. She used to be a Conservative but college turned her into a liberal and Obama turned her into a Democrat sycophant. I'm still he shock that she was so easily mislead. She never followed the crowd in high school. She works for a major corporation and, at the moment, her healthcare remains the same, so she hasn't been personally hit with Obamacare's ramifications. She won't wake up until she is - and then boy howdy. Liberals are hugely incensed when the effects of their choices actually come back to haunt them. Kirsten Powers got her notice the other day that her insurance had been cancelled or she could sign up for another policy at nearly three times as much. She was a huge supporter of Obamacare. Now, not so much. My husband calls liberals one-level thinkers. Obviously.
Oh yeah! I just wish their choices would not pull the rest of us down with them.
It's no surprise why the Dems don't want voter ID. It's harder to cheat! There is proof that some of the electronic voting machines were not operating correctly during the last presidential election, but you won't see that in the MSM. It seems obvious to me when people are voting for Romney and it keeps coming up Obama but doesn't work the opposite that something is really wrong. And then there's the 100% voter turnout in certain precincts with 100% of them voting Democrat. What are the legitimate odds of that?
What most people don't seem to understand, and I hear little of, is that even if you sign up for health insurance you technically don't have any since you have to meet an astronomical deductible before the insurance can pay anything. My son is married with two children. He has a job (he's one of the working poor) and I was concerned he would not have insurance if he just paid the penalty. Then I realized, since he and his family are very healthy, that even if he signed up, visits to the doctor would be out-of-pocket. Their visits to the doctor mostly consist of well-woman exams for his wife and routine exams for his two children (which at the moment are on Medicaid because he was unemployed and then went to school for CNC machining). Since he has a job now, he was planning on signing on to his employer plan, but that's no longer a doable deal. So, as of January 1, his two children will no longer be on Medicaid and he won't even have catastrophic healthcare.
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