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Sounds good, but first lets get rid of the creepy Kook brothers. They turn everybody off.
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Thank These Republicans for Obamacare

mices Wrote: Oct 31, 2013 10:16 AM
Borscht Belt Republicans Has anyone else noticed how much the GOP position on Obamacare resembles the classic borscht belt joke about the two ladies at a Catskills resort? Lady #1: “The food here is so terrible, it’s inedible!” Lady #2: “And the portions are so small!” Republican #1: “Obamacare is slavery!” Republican #2: “And it’s so hard to sign up!”
Borscht Belt Republicans Has anyone else noticed how much the GOP position on Obamacare resembles the classic borscht belt joke about the two ladies at a Catskills resort? Lady #1: “The food here is so terrible, it’s inedible!” Lady #2: “And the portions are so small!” Republican #1: “Obamacare is slavery!” Republican #2: “And it’s so hard to sign up!”
Paul Ryan’s budget proposals called for getting rid of tax credits, food stamps, and other programs for the working poor while lowering tax rates paid by those in the top brackets. Prov. 29:7. The righteous are concerned for the rights of the poor; the wicked ones do not understand such concern. Jer. 5:28f. "[The wicked] do not plead the cause, the cause of the orphan, that they may prosper; and they do not defend the rights of the poor. Shall I not punish these people?" declares the LORD. "On such a nation as this, shall I not avenge myself?" Etc.
Oops. Make that 75% of the American People...
tj751 is right. This is a screwup by Verizon that set up the program. Romneycare had the same start-up problems in Massachusetts (and with a much smaller population.)
Sorry. I meant 75% disapproval
Lots of luck. According to the polls, 25% of the American people disapprove of us.
Beauprez is right on about the two Americas: 2010, Republicans called for cuts in the estate tax for wealthy heirs, while increasing taxes on the working poor. Paul Ryan’s budget proposals called for getting rid of tax credits, food stamps, and other programs for the working poor while lowering tax rates paid by those in the top brackets. Prov. 29:7. "The righteous are concerned for the rights of the poor; the wicked ones do not understand such concern." Jer. 5:28f. "[The wicked] do not plead the cause, the cause of the orphan, that they may prosper; and they do not defend the rights of the poor. Shall I not punish these people?" declares the LORD. "On such a nation as this, shall I not avenge myself?" Etc.
Problems with Ferguson's facts and his morals. 2010, Republicans called for cuts in the estate tax for wealthy heirs, while increasing taxes on the working poor. Paul Ryan’s budget proposals called for getting rid of tax credits,food stamps, and other programs for the working poor while lowering tax rates paid by those in the top brackets. 2 Cor. 8:9. For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sake He became poor, that you through His poverty might become rich. Prov. 29:7. The righteous are concerned for the rights of the poor; the wicked ones do not understand such concern. Jer. 5:28f. "[The wicked] do not plead the cause, the cause of the orphan, that they may prosper; and they do not defend the rights of the poor. Shall I not punish these people?" declares the LORD. "On such a nation as this, shall I not avenge myself?"
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