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The Republicans' Primary Problem

jazzmanJim Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 10:18 AM
rgama Wrote: 2 minutes ago (10:10 AM) BTW, where is the evidence of a decrease in numbers of doctors accepting Medicare? Not opinions, but hard statistics. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Um, we've posted actual links saying this. Do you even read them? Again: http://gingrey.house.gov/uploadedfiles/doctors_note_on_medicare__.pdf http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/02/business/retirementspecial/02health.html?_r=0 http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2012/02/16/147002801/doctors-disgruntled-and-frustrated-by-looming-medicare-cuts Use your superior intelligence and actually do some real research on this.
rgama Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 10:42 AM
All opinion pieces where are the hard statistics?

Nowhere? I see.


DEBUNKED!
Buck O Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 10:21 AM
You beat me to it. His claim to superior intelligence is the hilarious post of the week.

Hey, by the way, ragu, the same effects exist for Medicaid, and for the same reasons, moron.
jazzmanJim Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 10:21 AM
This is in response to rgama's claims yesterday - which (s)he never provided any evidence of.

But he's the **intelligent** one...

Having just lost an election, many Republicans are anxious to remake our party in the image of Democrats. The theory seems to be that whatever we're doing isn't working, so we better change everything.

But in fact, whatever Republicans did in 2012 -- other than an overly long primary fight -- worked amazingly well, given the circumstances.

In a detailed analysis of the 2012 election, William A. Galston, a fellow with the liberal Brookings Institution, makes a number of fascinating observations that Republicans would do well to consider before embracing amnesty, abortion, gay marriage and Beyonce.

In my...