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One thing that Barack Obama has proven several times and beyond any reasonable doubt - he will not do what is best for the United States of America or its citizens.
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WJF Wrote: 16 hours ago (1:29 PM)
JasonCharleston rarely if ever uses facts.
When Obama promised Americans that if they liked their health plan, they could keep their health plan, that everyone would somehow get more while paying less, it should have triggered - 'ALARM - ALARM' - ALARM'. The Only way ObamaCare can work is by cancelling policies, hiking premiums, increasing deductibles, reducing coverages and causing as many deaths as possible of the elderly, ill and those suffering from debilitating diseases - to save money. Now that the ObamaCare bill is due, people are finding out what most thinking people already knew - it’s always the middle class that pays for everything. The more that signs up for ObamaCare the bigger the debt will be for the middle class to pay off. There are only two ways to avoid the Albatross of ObamaCare, either work for the government or do not work at all. NOTE Help for liberals: The word 'Albatross' is symbolic; meaning a constant, worrisome burden, an obstacle to success. Ask Yourself this question - Is it possible for Barack Obama to 'Give' more benefits to everyone with ObamaCare - BY THEM PAYING LESS - think about that? ObamaCare should be the 'Centerpiece' of the 2014 Elections.
ObamaCare is strictly a Democrat product - vote against any and every Democrat for passing ObamaCare.
What is difficult for most to understand is that the 'Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act' (ObamaCare) is a compilation of thousands of rules and regulations. Most of these rules and regulations can be changed annually by the HHS Secretary (United States Department of Health and Human Services) and many of rules and regulations can be changed at will by the HHS Secretary. I analyzed the ObamaCare law and 189 times it basically said the HHS Secretary (who reports to Obama) could 'change' the ObamaCare (rules and regulations) any time after the first of each Year - for any reason - WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION from Congress. What Democrat Barack Obama has pulled off is that he is 'Not Changing the Law itself' but rather the rules and regulations contained within the law. Example: ObamaCare 'Law' requires all treatment centers, Hospitals and Emergency rooms be able to communicate both verbally and/or written with patients in their own language. What ObamaCare 'Law' does not specify is which languages of the 6912 living languages must be available. 'Any' treatment center, Hospital or Emergency room could theoretically be charged with breaking the ObamaCare 'Law' if it does not or cannot communicate with a patient in their own language.
Most believe that Barack Obama is the 'Chief Architect'.
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WJF Wrote: 18 hours ago (11:59 AM)
I am not attacking Ron Paul - he cannot help being old and senile and having delusions - I pity Ron Paul.
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WJF Wrote: 18 hours ago (11:51 AM)
A person is very foolish believing or trusting 'Anything' that Barack Obama says - because he is a liar and there is No Truth in him. A person is very foolish believing or trusting 'Anything' that Ron Paul says - because he is deluded and senile.
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WJF Wrote: 18 hours ago (11:46 AM)
Corbett_ Wrote:10 minutes ago (11:33 AM) WJF: SO you are willing to dismiss all of the questions raised and put your total faith in Obama -- a man who cannot even tell the truth about his real name. How touching. ---------------- No - I don't trust Ron Paul anymore than I trust Barack Obama. 'Anything' either of them say must be discounted as false or a lie.
Republican Tom Cotton is running against Barack Obama supporter Democrat Mark Pryor. Tom Cotton represents the Fourth Congressional District of Arkansas. A native of Dardanelle, Tom graduated from Harvard and Harvard Law School. He clerked for the U.S. Court of Appeals and practiced law before joining the United States Army as an infantry officer. Tom spent nearly five years on active duty, deploying to both Iraq and Afghanistan. Tom’s military decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge, and Ranger tab. Most recently, Tom worked as a management consultant for McKinsey & Co. He began his first term in Congress in January 2013 and currently sits on the Financial Services and Foreign Affairs Committees.
THE REGULATORY AGENCY DE-MILITARIZATION ACT Jul 17, 2014 - Tom Cotton Blog "Did you know numerous federal regulatory agencies were granted law enforcement power in the 2002 Homeland Security Act? As a result, agencies like the Fish and Wildlife Service, the Food and Drug Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency, and even the Department of Education now have their own highly armed, swat-like police forces. And they’re using them—in 2010, armed officers from the FDA raided a California organic grocery store accused of selling raw milk and just a few months ago, the Department of Agriculture solicited submachine guns for its law enforcement units. I am deeply concerned about this militarization of our federal agencies. The existence of highly armed units within such agencies is duplicative, costly, and can be hazardous to peaceful, law-abiding citizens. These types of law enforcement activities should be carried out by the Department of Justice, including the FBI, the U.S. Marshals, and the Drug Enforcement Agency. That is why I’ve sponsored the Regulatory Agency De-militarization Act (H.R. 4934), legislation that will repeal federal regulatory agencies’ arrest and firearm authority and prohibit them from purchasing weaponry regulated under the National Firearms Act, such as machine guns and grenades. Rest assured, I am committed to demilitarizing these agencies and reigning in Washington’s out-of-control spending and dangerous behaviors. I will continue to work with my colleagues to bring this legislation to the House floor." Republican Tom Cotton United States Senate Candidate 2014 (Arkansas)
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