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Chris Christie for President?

JB in MS Wrote: Nov 11, 2013 1:40 PM
Hey, I'd rush out to support Chris Christie, even though I disagree with 75% of what he says and know, just like the GOP Establishment threw their support behind Cuccinelli, even though he wasn't perfect in their eyes. (Sarc.) R-I-I-I-I-I-I-GHT! We should support him just because he ends up on the ticket! Sorry guys, but that loyalty sword cuts both ways.
Time to retire, John - and take Graham, McConnell, Cochran, Corker, and a few others with you!
No John, they don't. That's just that crazy little voice in your head again.
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The Obamacare Bailout for Unions is Here

JB in MS Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 2:00 PM
You do understand that this is why you are so ignorant, right? You sit back and wait for MSNBC and the like to report on actual news, and they continue to feed you only the pablum that fits their agenda while ignoring anything that fails to fit the narrative. You might want to try broadening your horizons a bit more, although TH is a start, I must admit - assuming you actually read anything and don't just troll all day.
Remind me - why should we care about anything this addled old hag says?
When the employer mandate kicks in (as it should have by now, before Obama waffled on it) even their "vast majority" claim will be proven to be nothing but just another lie from a bunch of pathological liars.
The Indiana voter ID law was upheld by SCOTUS in a 6-3 decision; why does Holder keep challenging these laws when it has already been found to be entirely Constitutional? Another question: How does the Democratic Party expect that these same people, the ones that are apparently too stupid, irresponsible, or just plain helpless to obtain and keep a simple, readily-available photo ID, to be able to go through the vast, complicated, and nightmarish process of signing up for Obamacare? What a bunch of hypocrites!
Once again demonstrating their amazing business acumen, Democrats insist that insurance companies make "evil and excessive profits" by cancelling the policies of hundreds of thousands of their clients. "Why, we'd be better off with no customers at all" claims insurance company CEO. In other news, even though Kroger is losing fifty cents on every dozen eggs it sells, they insist that if they just sell more they will make it up in volume - you know, if Kroger was run by Obama, Reid, and Pelousy. Idiots and fools, one and all.
Yeah, missed that too! Too bad for that poor guy, though.
Guarantee we will see an executive order that forbids employers from informing their people of policy cancellations or massive price increases for insurance until right AFTER the election. Absolutely guarantee it. Remember the White House threatening employers about sending out termination notices due to Obamacare until after the 2012 elections, insisting they violate the law and wait to notify of potential job losses? Small potatoes compared to what's coming in 2014!
"A government which sanctions partial birth abortion and a President that favors infanticide..." there, fixed it for you.
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