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8,000 People a Day Becoming NRA Members

txdave22 Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 9:44 PM
pubs in power: weak, losers, incompetent---PROOF POSITIVE Washington Post - 4 minutes ago The House called off a vote Thursday evening on House Speaker John A. Boehner's plan to extend tax cuts on income up to $1 million - known as Plan B - because he could not muster enough votes from fellow Republicans to pass the measure.--------boehner should resign as speaker and as MC, we have never seen such incompetence, as a party and as a House, as has been seen under boehner, cantor, mccarthy, hensarling. ALL SHOULD GO IN HUMILIATION.
pubs in power: weak, losers, incompetent---PROOF POSITIVE Washington Post - 4 minutes ago The House called off a vote Thursday evening on House Speaker John A. Boehner's plan to extend tax cuts on income up to $1 million - known as Plan B - because he could not muster enough votes from fellow Republicans to pass the measure.--------boehner should resign as speaker and as MC, we have never seen such incompetence, as a party and as a House, as has been seen under boehner, cantor, mccarthy, hensarling. ALL SHOULD GO IN HUMILIATION.
pubs in power: weak, losers, incompetent---PROOF POSITIVE Washington Post - 4 minutes ago The House called off a vote Thursday evening on House Speaker John A. Boehner's plan to extend tax cuts on income up to $1 million - known as Plan B - because he could not muster enough votes from fellow Republicans to pass the measure.--------boehner should resign as speaker and as MC, we have never seen such incompetence, as a party and as a House, as has been seen under boehner, cantor, mccarthy, hensarling. ALL SHOULD GO IN HUMILIATION.
pubs in power: weak, losers, incompetent---PROOF POSITIVE Washington Post - 4 minutes ago The House called off a vote Thursday evening on House Speaker John A. Boehner's plan to extend tax cuts on income up to $1 million - known as Plan B - because he could not muster enough votes from fellow Republicans to pass the measure.--------boehner should resign as speaker and as MC, we have never seen such incompetence, as a party and as a House, as has been seen under boehner, cantor, mccarthy, hensarling. ALL SHOULD GO IN HUMILIATION.
pubs in power: weak, losers, incompetent---PROOF POSITIVE Washington Post - 4 minutes ago The House called off a vote Thursday evening on House Speaker John A. Boehner's plan to extend tax cuts on income up to $1 million - known as Plan B - because he could not muster enough votes from fellow Republicans to pass the measure.--------boehner should resign as speaker and as MC, we have never seen such incompetence, as a party and as a House, as has been seen under boehner, cantor, mccarthy, hensarling. ALL SHOULD GO IN HUMILIATION.
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Skipping Over the Shooting at FRC

txdave22 Wrote: Aug 17, 2012 3:31 PM
Why doesn't fox ever cover adelson being investigated by FBI for bribery, etc? Maybe you think bribery, money laundering so common among pubs............ IF YOU WERE ROMNEY/RYAN, MORMON/CATHOLIC, WOULD YOU REALLY WANT TO BE BEHOLDEN TO BILLIONAIRE UNDER INVESTIGATION FOR BRIBERY, MONEY LAUNDERING? INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY, BUT THE APPEARANCES? HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT MORMON/CATHOLIC SO INVOLVED WITH HEAD OF GAMBLING EMPIRE UNDER INVESTIGATION BY THE FBI AND SEC FOR BRIBERY, MONEY LAUNDERING AND CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT? WHAT WOULD JESUS DO? Three days after Paul Ryan became the presumptive Republican vice presidential candidate, he made a pilgrimage on Tuesday to the Las Vegas gambling palace of Sheldon Adelson.
Mitt Romney is campaigning on the promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act—the landmark health care law President Obama signed to expand and protect quality health care coverage. Take a look at just five of the ways Romney would hurt millions of Americans if he got his way. Millions of Americans could lose access to preventive services, including cancer screenings, blood pressure tests, and flu shots. [Source: HHS] Insurance companies could continue to deny coverage to as many as 129 million people with a pre-existing condition if they try to buy insurance on their own. [Source: HealthCare.gov] Young people could be kicked off their parents’ insurance when they turn 18 or graduate from college, instead of being covered until they are
Mitt Romney is campaigning on the promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act—the landmark health care law President Obama signed to expand and protect quality health care coverage. Take a look at just five of the ways Romney would hurt millions of Americans if he got his way. Millions of Americans could lose access to preventive services, including cancer screenings, blood pressure tests, and flu shots. [Source: HHS] Insurance companies could continue to deny coverage to as many as 129 million people with a pre-existing condition if they try to buy insurance on their own. [Source: HealthCare.gov] Young people could be kicked off their parents’ insurance when they turn 18 or graduate from college, instead of being covered until they are
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Obamacare Affirmed: The Aftermath

txdave22 Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 1:36 PM
Mitt Romney is campaigning on the promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act—the landmark health care law President Obama signed to expand and protect quality health care coverage. Take a look at just five of the ways Romney would hurt millions of Americans if he got his way. Millions of Americans could lose access to preventive services, including cancer screenings, blood pressure tests, and flu shots. [Source: HHS] Insurance companies could continue to deny coverage to as many as 129 million people with a pre-existing condition if they try to buy insurance on their own. [Source: HealthCare.gov] Young people could be kicked off their parents’ insurance when they turn 18 or graduate from college, instead of being covered until they are
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One-on-One with Jeb Bush

txdave22 Wrote: Jun 11, 2012 6:14 PM
MAJOR HEALTHCARE CO. SUPPORTS OBAMACARE UnitedHealth to Continue Obamacare Provisions Saying that certain requirements of Obamacare “make sense,” the CEO of UnitedHealth Group Inc. (NYSE: UNH) today announced that the insurer would continue to offer “important health care insurance protections” regardless of the soon-to-be-announced decision of the US Supreme Court. Health insurers implemented specific parts of the Obamacare law, officially known as the Affordable Care Act, as the requirements became effective. UnitedHealth is the first to say that it will keep the new provisions no matter what. UnitedHealth will continue to offer preventive care with no co-payments, dependent coverage until age 26
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