Democrat Joins Calls for HealthCare Repeal

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  1. Trinity

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    The opposition to the HealthCare Bill is evident. With Republican gains in November and Moderate Democrats, there is a chance of repealing and replacing major portions of the Healthcare Bill:


    Democrat Joins Calls for Health Care Repeal

    CBS News
     
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    I'm sorry you have a Black President. You clearly can't stand it. Please don't assassinate him though. Can you refrain from that?
     
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    Oh my.......a Dem from the 7th congressional district of North Carolina that went 53% McCain 47% Obama in the election and who voted AGAINST healthcare reform is against the new healthcare law...yawn.
     
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    ha. I wonder how long it's going to take before they realize repeal is never going to happen?
     
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    Here Trinity, maybe this will help you with whatever mental disorder it is that you're afflicted with...

    www.healthyplace.com
     
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    Companies are now pushing to repeal a provision of Obamascare.

    The New York Times

    The New York Times
     
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    So what exactly does this report reveal? That a democrat from a conservative who voted against the bill is... Still against the bill?

    Well that's all I need to logically pass his opinion as fact!
     
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    The report reveals that that Democrat joined in the call for Repeal.
     
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    ^Or in other words, this is news to no one but mental midgets such as yourself... Welcome to reality.
     
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    Yeah! Which means.. Exactly what I said.
     
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    Well no...not exactly because you left out a word and you were being obtuse.
     
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    Left out what word? Advocating the repeal of something is just another way of saying you're against it. If you're against something but aren't for repealing it, you should probably see a doctor about that. So all this says is that someone who was against it last week... Is still against it. Who could have seen that coming?
     
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    LOL!! Someone should remind the forum bigot that 32 Democrats voted against the Health Care Reform bill in the house, yet it still passed. Even if one thinks it should be repealed, that doesn't mean a damn thing. It also should be reminded that just because a politician labels themselves as a Democrat or a Republican that they're not required to vote directly down party lines. Isn't it nice to know that we live in a world where people can think for themselves, instead of under the same bridge our beloved forum trollbigot dwells where labels define a person before their actions?
     
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    Maybe they can look into repealing healthcare after they finish looking for Obama's *real* birth certificate.
     
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    what a completely pointless article. a democrat that was against the bill is still against the bill wow who'da thunk it.
     
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    The He/She and Holy it thinks it has discovered an avalanche of discontent among Democratic Senators and Congresspeople. Uh. . . no.
     
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    It passed get over it.........find something new to whine about.
     
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    What exactly does that mean to you?

    Uh huh...a Democrat saying he will vote for repeal is worth the ink for the article guys.
     
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    so did you say the same thing when people were saying bad things about Bush?
    And it won't take anyone to "assassinate" O'bama. He is doing it on his own through his overt ignorance. It is just a matter of the press covering for him and how long that will last.
     
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    Sigh...I come to this site to see dicks and find another thread started by one.

    OK, here's my two cents:
    1. We get it. Obama is bad. He is a scary black man who might not be American nor even humna because he cannot conclusively prove he was born in Hawaii (birth certificates, newspaper announcements, witnesses, hospital bills...all faked).

    2. Obamacare is bad because sick people will get healthy without becoming paupers. Healthy poor people might actually be able to get jobs instead of sitting around all day in their trailors starting threads on LPSG.

    3. Obama has ran up the deficit by 16% (Reagon TRIPLED IT and Bush Junior increased it by 500%). Obama should be ashamed of actually paying for two Repugnacan/Fox News wars AND paying unemployment to the millions Junior put out of work. Shame on him!

    4. To sum up every news article you plan on posting over the next 7 years: "Republican Congressmen want to repeal all laws passed since Reagon wrote the New Testament!" And the always inspiring "93% of Republican Teabaggers polled at a Fox News rally say they dislike Obama!"

    All I ask is that you give the Democrats time to clean out the Republican litterbox before you vote them out again. There. Now can we talk about penis'?
     
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