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Obama's a 'Colossal Sick Joke'

S.17 Wrote: Mar 20, 2014 1:38 PM
I wonder exactly which Englishman was offended....
Name one thing Hillary has done. No one POSITIVE thing. Can't do it? Then why can't almost anybody best her?
Ten years ago we looked at Stanford for my daughter to attend. On visiting day, some professor (I forget his discipline) teamed up with a "diverse" dance major from Jamaica (hard to forget her) to tell us about the school. Needless to say, the place ain't what it used to be and we decided to look elsewhere. If the transcripts above are any indication of the quality of its students, the Farm has rolled downhill ever since.
Why give a crackpot his 15 minutes?
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VIDEO: Obamacare Promises, Then vs. Now

S.17 Wrote: Mar 15, 2014 11:23 AM
Send a letter to the editor of your local paper. I just did. And they published it. Feel free to borrow and adapt it as you see fit: I can understand why you might have supported the Affordable Care Act. You liked what Obama told you. In speeches across the nation, to the applause and exhortations of his enthusiastic public, he said: “I’m here because of folks seeing their premiums go up 20 and 30 and 40 and 50 and 60% in a year.” “It’s about the millions of lives that would be touched and in some cases saved, by making health insurance more secure and more affordable.” “We’ll work to lower your premiums by up to $2,500 per family per year.” “Your employer, it’s estimated, would see premiums fall by as much as 3,000 percent, which means they could give you a raise.” “So if you like your plan, you can keep your plan.” “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.” These are all direct Obama quotes easily verified on the Internet, and they all sounded great. And I can understand how you might have assumed that Obama was being truthful. But now that you know that the Affordable Care Act doesn’t actually work as promised and was never intended to, now that you know that you can’t keep your plan, that you can’t keep your doctor, that the “millions of lives that would be touched” would be touched by cancellation notices, that you’re not getting that raise but are instead getting a pink slip or going part time, that nobody’s working to lower your premiums, and that the Affordable Care Act is in fact anything but affordable (a study recently released by the Manhattan Institute showing in a 49-state analysis that the Affordable Care Act will increase individual-market premiums by an average of 41%), there’s one thing I don’t understand. Why do you still support the Affordable Care Act and the lawmakers who foisted it on you?
Please provide a transcript. I can't stomach listening to the guy. That he sits there in front of George Washington is especially invidious.
So what did the fugitives do? Otherwise, I can't make sense of anything you've told me.
I'm from Arizona. We understand McCain here, for the Democrat in sheep's clothing that he is. I vote for his primary opponent every chance. And when he doesn't have one, I write in Mickey Mouse.
You've just CLASSICALLY illustrated the "illusion of cause." Why do you think we've been kept kept safe and America is making money again because of Obama? Our minds are designed to interpret sequences of events as the first one causing the second. The actual data to prove your postulation, that the election of Obama, twice, has caused us to be safe and make money again, is impossible to collect. We can't go back and run a lot of trials with different presidents to see what would have happened. But be assured. If those trials could be run, there is NO DOUBT, we could have been a lot safer and more prosperous with a legion of other people in the job of president during the time Obama has had to screw things up.
I opened this up to see that you had No. 5. It should have been No. 1, of course.
Could we please have the text of her presentation? There is absolutely no way I'm going to sit here and listen to her.
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