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Rate Shock: In California, Obamacare To Increase Individual Health Insurance Premiums By 64-146%

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View Postsmokeyone, on 02 June 2013 - 07:07 PM, said:



All things considered its not a bad platform. Add in shutting down the IRS in favor of a consumption tax like the fair tax to avoid scandals like the current IRS one and repeal Obamacare in its entirety and this 8 years of WTF is he doing to my country now might be worth it.

The first thing you proposed is much more radical than Obamacare ever was

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View Postsmokeyone, on 02 June 2013 - 05:49 PM, said:

The research was provided. But since it doesnt fit what he believes to be true he without other reason he rejects it. After all he is an expert in politics (self proclaimed) and obviously knows this cat better than he knows himself. Nyis could be in a room by himself and still not be the smartest guy in the room just in his head.


http://www.dolekemp9...ues/issues.html

Here is the website for the head conservative in 1996. You would literally laugh him out of the party today. Again, that author is no more a liberal than Dole was.

You're the guy that thinks the GOP's heavy hitters are "too liberal", thus proving my point. You want to call someone a Marxist because they wouldn't shoot the president in the head while jerking off on the Constitution. Mother Jones is full of liberals, San Francisco is full of liberals, but Forbes is not full of liberals. Just because someone is not Sarah Palin does not make them a liberal, but then again, you'd have to be intelligent to see that.

Btw, your writing just gets better and better.
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View PostNextYearIsHere, on 02 June 2013 - 09:43 PM, said:




http://www.dolekemp9...ues/issues.html

Here is the website for the head conservative in 1996. You would literally laugh him out of the party today. Again, that author is no more a liberal than Dole was.

You're the guy that thinks the GOP's heavy hitters are "too liberal", thus proving my point. You want to call someone a Marxist because they wouldn't shoot the president in the head while jerking off on the Constitution. Mother Jones is full of liberals, San Francisco is full of liberals, but Forbes is not full of liberals. Just because someone is not Sarah Palin does not make them a liberal, but then again, you'd have to be intelligent to see that.

Btw, your writing just gets better and better.

Forbes is not full of liberals true, but the writer in question is the self proclaimed token lefty, self proclaimed left of center ect writer. That was part of his bio from the first link provided by the OP when you mistakenly/ignorantly said he was a conservative.

A small chinese tablet with a small touch screen keyboard is not my first choice to type on. I make due for the sake of being to lazy to fire up a PC.

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View PostNextYearIsHere, on 02 June 2013 - 09:43 PM, said:




http://www.dolekemp9...ues/issues.html

Here is the website for the head conservative in 1996. You would literally laugh him out of the party today. Again, that author is no more a liberal than Dole was.

You're the guy that thinks the GOP's heavy hitters are "too liberal", thus proving my point. You want to call someone a Marxist because they wouldn't shoot the president in the head while jerking off on the Constitution. Mother Jones is full of liberals, San Francisco is full of liberals, but Forbes is not full of liberals. Just because someone is not Sarah Palin does not make them a liberal, but then again, you'd have to be intelligent to see that.

Btw, your writing just gets better and better.

As to the republican party being to liberal, its a point of view thing I guess. Compared to the extreme left the centerist, moderate republican leadership can look pretty far right. From the right and right center they look pretty far removed from the right. Caving on bill after bad bill has that effect. Hence the birth of the tea party movement. To try to push the more moderate leadership back to the right and hold them accountable at the ballot box if they dont. With this president and the far left anything but gridlock is failure in my opinion. No compromise is acceptable.

But you have to understand the dynamics of our current situation and care about the future of the country to see that.

Edited by smokeyone, 02 June 2013 - 10:48 PM.

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Oh that's a shocker.  I mean, it's not like certain people have been saying for literally years now that the only outcome of covering more people with more illnesses is higher costs.  This was just totally unexpected...