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Why Obama Won’t Make a Tax Deal

Smartchick Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 10:06 AM
Good point. What the Dems tell us about themselves by driving hard for Abortion is that they are self centered and cannot control their bodies and minds and they shouldn't have to. After all getting pregnant isn't a disease it's a choice for the majority of women. The cries for free contraception tells the same story about themselves plus one.When they are out of control they also refuse to take responsibility for their actions and the results of same. And who should pay the price? Innocent babies. This tells you all you need to know about Feminists and the Left on their moral stand. They only stand up for SOME, picking and choosing the winners so if you're inconvenient, A Christian woman or Republican they won't stand up for you.
Finally someone that actually sees what Justice Roberts did (underhanded yes, but he's managed to diffuse some of the issues that were hovering ready to squash us in a broad way ). Brilliant! Yes I'm disappointed that the ruling wasn't just overturned, but think of the political leverage that would have given Obama through November. I was pretty worried about just that. What a 'gift' Justice Roberts, now we only need 50 votes to repeal and we already have 47 of them. I am betting there will be at least 3 or 4 Dems that would like to repeal this TAX before their re-election in November. The frosting on the cake? No requirements for states to expand their Medicaid rolls. This basically guts Obamacare.
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Obamacare: A Case In Point

Smartchick Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 7:26 AM
Well first of all you can forget about paying for it yourself. Their are rules against paying for any medical care out of your own pocket, you see that wouldn't be fair to those that can't afford it. Yes you would see a nurse, that's how things work in the UK I know, my husband is a Brit. When we got married I insisted he see my GP for a physical. He had prostate cancer! No one had ever ordered a PSA test for him in the UK. When he had surgery in 2000 before he moved here, he was in a ward to recover with 8 people in it, no private room for him. The UK has been adopting private health insurance. Go figure that the Brits want what the kind of healthcare that we have here.
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