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Yes. Optimism requires enough knowledge of the subject to understand its potential for success. These fools have trouble finding matching socks.
Oh, come on! Sarcasm is one thing, but evoking disturbing visual images is really crossing the line.
One could hope that there would be enough public pressure on the Senate to eviscerate the ACA. Then, hopefully we could start over.
The Dems (and the MSM) keep focusing on the website problems. The website problems are superfluous. The real disaster comes if this progressive nightmare truly gets implemented before someone drives a stake in its heart. Repubs better get off their duffs and start pushing the alternative.
I'll still be shocked if we pull out of this Obama-induced nosedive.
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Do Americans Prefer Deception?

wk2w Wrote: Nov 20, 2013 9:11 AM
Well said.
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Do Americans Prefer Deception?

wk2w Wrote: Nov 20, 2013 9:10 AM
What's truly sad is that most people would read this article and think, "Gee, I never thought of it that way!"
...probably because it's as important as Miley Cyrus.
You're absolutely right. This thing can't be set up like a folding table and put out the day of the garage sale. These people are certifiable fools.
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