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Old 08-14-2009, 01:29 AM
 
Location: Wiesbaden, Germany
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Palin, What a Idiot, sticks by Death Panel Lies!

the irony of this title alone is the best part of this whole thread. You go there guy

 
Old 08-14-2009, 01:37 AM
 
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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What I want to know is why is the left so crazy about her....who cares what she does or says, she's just a citizen.....she doesn't even host a talk radio program or host a show on FOX so, why does the media keep reporting about her. All I can think of is ratings/subscriptions.
 
Old 08-14-2009, 01:47 AM
 
Location: Prepperland
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Originally Posted by Danno3314 View Post
What I want to know is why is the left so crazy about her....
The answer is simple - Palin frightens the leftists because socialism is supposed to entice women. The whole notion of being "taken care of" presses the "right buttons".

Of course, the matriarchy embraced socialism - for the good of the children. But the matriarchy forgot to consider that when the "system" starts taking food from their children's mouths for the "more deserving", the scam unravels the deep dark secret.

Socialism is piracy, where the stolen booty is shared among the crew, after a hefty share is taken by the captain and officers. No one "volunteers" to be robbed by socialist government - it requires naked threats of force. And in America's unique case, 3 generations of clever propaganda to hide that socialism was instituted "by consent" via FICA.

There is no law compelling all Americans to join and there's no law punishing Americans who don't participate. Yet millions of Americans believe that there is a law that obligates them to get "the number" before they can work in their own country.

Pitiful.
 
Old 08-14-2009, 01:53 AM
 
Location: California
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the answer is simple - palin frightens the leftists because socialism is supposed to entice women. The whole notion of being "taken care of" presses the "right buttons".
Oh My!
 
Old 08-14-2009, 05:32 AM
 
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Originally Posted by jetgraphics View Post
The answer is simple - Palin frightens the leftists because socialism is supposed to entice women. The whole notion of being "taken care of" presses the "right buttons".

Of course, the matriarchy embraced socialism - for the good of the children. But the matriarchy forgot to consider that when the "system" starts taking food from their children's mouths for the "more deserving", the scam unravels the deep dark secret.

Socialism is piracy, where the stolen booty is shared among the crew, after a hefty share is taken by the captain and officers. No one "volunteers" to be robbed by socialist government - it requires naked threats of force. And in America's unique case, 3 generations of clever propaganda to hide that socialism was instituted "by consent" via FICA.

There is no law compelling all Americans to join and there's no law punishing Americans who don't participate. Yet millions of Americans believe that there is a law that obligates them to get "the number" before they can work in their own country.

Pitiful.
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Old 08-14-2009, 06:15 AM
 
Location: Central Maine
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I guess by your remarks that you read the Health Bill, correct?
Check out page 42 of the bill"health choice commission"
how about page 354 government will restrict enrollment of SPECIAL NEEDS individuals. I hope all that takes their time to read this read the health bill.
instead of getting bits and pieces from all over.
Please, please, please .... if you are going to cite a passage in ANY Congressional bill, do NOT use page numbers. Page numbers will vary depending on the website, and Congressional bills do not have page numbers.

Check reputable websites like THOMAS or OpenCongress, and when citing the bill, give the specific section/paragraph numbers. That way, no matter what source individuals may use to view any Congressional bill, they will be able to easily go to the section you cite.

Text of H.R.3200 as Introduced in House: America's Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 - U.S. Congress - OpenCongress

As an example, you put "health choice commission" in quotes, as if that phrase exists within H.R. 3200. But I called up the bill in OpenCongress, and did a search on that exact phrase - no hits. If, on the other hand, if you reference the specific section, people might have some clue as to what the hell you're talking about.
 
Old 08-14-2009, 06:22 AM
 
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Please, please, please .... if you are going to cite a passage in ANY Congressional bill, do NOT use page numbers. Page numbers will vary depending on the website, and Congressional bills do not have page numbers.

Check reputable websites like THOMAS or OpenCongress, and when citing the bill, give the specific section/paragraph numbers. That way, no matter what source individuals may use to view any Congressional bill, they will be able to easily go to the section you cite.

Text of H.R.3200 as Introduced in House: America's Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 - U.S. Congress - OpenCongress

As an example, you put "health choice commission" in quotes, as if that phrase exists within H.R. 3200. But I called up the bill in OpenCongress, and did a search on that exact phrase - no hits. If, on the other hand, if you reference the specific section, people might have some clue as to what the hell you're talking about.


Except it's possible they're just parroting what they found here: freerepublic: Little gems from the Health Care Bill

I think that's more often the case than not.
 
Old 08-14-2009, 06:25 AM
 
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Originally Posted by pandorasbox View Post
I guess by your remarks that you read the Health Bill, correct?
Check out page 42 of the bill"health choice commission"
how about page 354 government will restrict enrollment of SPECIAL NEEDS individuals. I hope all that takes their time to read this read the health bill.
instead of getting bits and pieces from all over.
Did you yourself read the health bill, or did you pick these page numbers up from that thing at freerepublic?
 
Old 08-14-2009, 08:30 AM
 
Location: Sacramento
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You and the rest of your cohorts live and die by the Rasmussen Reports, don't cha? I guess if that's the only thing you got, kind of like a security blanket...
Yes, objective and accurate polling is always helpful in determining policy direction. Kind of helps you determine if your sentiments have traction with the larger population.

On this issue, it certainly does.
 
Old 08-14-2009, 08:33 AM
 
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Originally Posted by MovingForward View Post
You're proud to have voted for a man who called his wife a "c--t" in front of other people.

Who publicly made fun of Chelsea Clinton's looks.

Who bullied the relatives of POWs, shut down the search for any remaining POWs, and walked out of the room when one POW's sister was in tears.

Who can't think his way out of a paper bag.

Who selected someone he had briefly met ONCE to be his running mate.

He would have made an AWFUL President.

Nobody said you couldn't have an opinion. It would be nice if it were an informed opinion, but whatever.



that's it??
that is your big beef with McCain??
keep supporting mr obama, in the months to come he will need it
in another 6 months his polls will make George Bush look good.
But hold on to your very high opinion of him, just be aware that even the ones that voted for him are turning away due to the outragous way he has pushed bills through congress, the misleading of the people like repeating that AARP has given support to his health care, when clearly they have not and have come out and said so, his broken promises, he tiresome yammering and then saying nothing. I have seen a lot of presidents in my 58 years, and I never have thought I would see one so corrupt and slimy as this one.
He makes Richard Nixon look like a teddy bear, what is so frighting to be is in the face of all his slitherings, he has voices still defending him.
So come on down off your high horse and step into some reality, you are going to need it when this guy finally crashes totally in the polls, and folks start screaming for impeachment.
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