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Republicans Equal Vegetables; Democrats Equal Dessert

xkatmom Wrote: Jul 24, 2012 10:07 AM
Good article. I don't have insurance and it would be too expensive for me to buy in my monthly budget. So my question is, "if they are not going to expand Medicaid, all I can do is either (1) pay a penalty (which is a hardship) or 2) buy health insurance that I don't buy now because I don't have the money. All the dems can say is, "many more people will now, finally, have health insurance," as if it is going to be provided free of charge. But it isn't. Even if there was a public mandate, it wouldn't be free--somebody has to pay for it, and now, it surely isn't going to be for me and many, many others!

Almost every time I turn on Fox News, some random Republican is talking about deficit spending, tax codes, beneficiary information and all the technical aspects of Obamacare and the economy—while over on CNN and MSNBC, Democrats are grunting their usual (insipid) mantras:  “Hope, Good! Forward, Good!  Republicans--BAD!”

I first started noticing our extreme differences in messaging this March when I attended the Road to Repeal Rally in DC. 

We were all assembled on the steps of the Supreme Court building.  On one side were the ‘unicorns and rainbow’ union sheep—accompanied by a bongo player, no less--marching around in circles...

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