Barack Obama, our next President

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"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...
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WELCOME TO TAMPA FLORIDA!!!!!!!!!

Where the Mayor and city council members are all Democrats...

Thats why it's a great city..

so republican scum,,, behave yourselves or get the hell out.Our jail has plenty of room for teabags...
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leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH A Aaron Klein is the head Jew on all war toys Israel wants with the WORLD NUT DAILY...'nuff said.(well, you did misspell conservatives, but I'll let it pass in the interest of brevity.)
don't look now, but six of your eight kids just untied themselves from the chair.

Ty'Quan Smith and Ty'LaMont Washington are screaming something about "chains, y'all."
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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>McCain?
McCain married Cindy, a 25 year old, when he was 43.

Kerry married Teresa, a used 56 year old, when he was 51.

Both women were wealthy, all signed pre-nups, but Cindy was so much hotter! McCain got the sweeter ride!

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fred wrote:
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Pregnancies virtually never result from rape and even if one in million does occur, why kill the baby?
fred, flack, and fraud never passed science. If one in a million adds up to over 32K, just how many rapists has the Corporatocracy put out there? BTW, none of you three stooges seem to know that Plan B is a contraceptive, not an "abortion" pill. Akin is such an ignorant pro-life dictator that he opposes the administration of the Plan B pill to rape victims immediately after an exam to collect evidence for prosecution of the rapist.
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Akin didn't make "an incorrect statement".

Like a deer caught in the headlights, or a better analogy:
"A drunken Man speaks a sober mind" ...
"A drunken Man's words are that sober Man's thoughts".
Take your pick. Just because he retracted the statement, doesn't mean that it is not his view on the abortion-rape issue. It IS.

Next, Weiner's "harassment" of Women, was a testament to his moral character which had no effect on setting legislation or policy.

Akin's "incorrect statement" is beyond harassment of Women.
It's setting misogynistic Gestapo policy against Women.

What part don't you understand? This isn't JUST an abortion issue.
It is a denial of abortion to a rape victim who becomes pregnant as a result of that violent act.

THAT'S the difference.

I can't even believe this obvious needs to be pointed out to you.
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one made an incorrect statement on a TV show and later retracted his statement....
the other posted lewd photos and harassed women....
you judge...

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Jane Says wrote:
<quoted text>don't look now, but six of your eight kids just untied themselves from the chair.
Ty'Quan Smith and Ty'LaMont Washington are screaming something about "chains, y'all."
You know none of that's true, you VHLB. I don't even think you're a woman. GFY

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leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Scarborough, Rove, Will, and now Bill. Of course, with idiot scum like Sam-the-sham-spam here, the Gruesome Old Pricks have there base base in order. Bill Kristol: Mitt Romney's Low Tax Rate Is 'Kinda Weird'
The Huffington Post | By Luke Johnson Posted: 08/20/2012 10:10 am Updated: 08/20/2012 10:14 am
"There"? Hahahahaha... you're too much.
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Ok old [ one nut' have it your way they are both a couple "STUFF SHIRTS". Thanks Beefus.
Has Trooper, your gerbiling hamster, surfaced yet or are they still stuffing seeds up your butt to feed him?

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Bullshit. He's discussed plenty. Problem is most on here from the right are irrational lying trolls, birthers and conspiracy theorists. An exercise in futility and a waste of time. Been proven time and again.
Still not talking about obama. I don't blame you.

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A negative judgment gives me more satisfaction than praise, provided it smacks of your jealousy.

It's the culture...
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just Sayin wrote:
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LOL You are a Grey Ghost from hell, and you are telling this person to seek help? Oh, too damn funny!!
Yeah, buddy, and all you do is come on here and remind us all that the devil does exist.
I'm sorry, did I insult your boy friend? There is no God, there is no Devil, now idiots are everywhere and they are called "BAGGERS". Go OBAMA.
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leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>fred, flack, and fraud never passed science. If one in a million adds up to over 32K, just how many rapists has the Corporatocracy put out there? BTW, none of you three stooges seem to know that Plan B is a contraceptive, not an "abortion" pill. Akin is such an ignorant pro-life dictator that he opposes the administration of the Plan B pill to rape victims immediately after an exam to collect evidence for prosecution of the rapist.
I nominate Tawana Brawley for Secretary of State

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new yawk wrote:
Akin didn't make "an incorrect statement".
Like a deer caught in the headlights, or a better analogy:
"A drunken Man speaks a sober mind" ...
"A drunken Man's words are that sober Man's thoughts".
Take your pick. Just because he retracted the statement, doesn't mean that it is not his view on the abortion-rape issue. It IS.
Next, Weiner's "harassment" of Women, was a testament to his moral character which had no effect on setting legislation or policy.
Akin's "incorrect statement" is beyond harassment of Women.
It's setting misogynistic Gestapo policy against Women.
What part don't you understand? This isn't JUST an abortion issue.
It is a denial of abortion to a rape victim who becomes pregnant as a result of that violent act.
THAT'S the difference.
I can't even believe this obvious needs to be pointed out to you.
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How Obamacare hurts seniors
New health law will cut $716 billion from Medicare while limiting options

BY DR. MARC SIEGEL
August 20, 2012

My patient George is now 80 years old and has been coming to see me since he was 65. He brings his pill bottles to each visit; over the years, the number of bottles and pills has increased.

Medicare has served him well over these 15 years, from the time an ultrasound ordered in the emergency room by a physician’s assistant missed a bursting appendix but a CT scan found it before it was too late (Medicare paid for both tests), to the time when his lymphoma was cured with the help of an expensive, new targeted therapy.

His hernia was repaired through a scope using the latest costly metal mesh, and when he could no longer walk without assistance, Medicare paid for his walking cane. At 80, he is alert and full of life, telling me a new joke whenever he comes in.

What will the future of Medicare look like for patients like George? Will I still be able to order the best care for his hernia, his cancer or his addled gait? Will I have to fight for every drug approval?

I am concerned that as Obamacare attempts to cut $716 billion from Medicare, the belt-tightening orchestrated by the Independent Payment Advisory Board will have a trickle-down effect on my practice.

The 15 appointed members of this board will not include practicing physicians, and I am worried that it will not only cut my fees to an unworkably low level but also base its rulings on findings that claim one treatment is better than another yet ignore the art of medicine.

Ours is a field where an ultrasound can miss something that a CT scan ultimately finds, where a physician’s assistant doesn’t have the same training as a seasoned physician, where a ruling that limits the number of tests I can order could harm an elderly but active patient like George.

The advantage of Medicare for practicing doctors like me has always been that we can order the tests and treatments we need without excessive restrictions or denials.

This may seem like a waste of the government’s money, but it is the only way we are able to work with an insurance program that covers patients with more medical problems because of their age, yet pays us less to see them than we are paid with private insurance that covers younger patients with fewer problems.

No wonder a recent Doctor Patient Medical Association poll found that 74% of doctors say they will stop accepting Medicare patients or will leave Medicare entirely because of Obamacare.

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PS And if it was just a harmless incorrect statement, then why is The GOP no longer supporting him and asking him to step down ???
new yawk wrote:
Akin didn't make "an incorrect statement".
Like a deer caught in the headlights, or a better analogy:
"A drunken Man speaks a sober mind" ...
"A drunken Man's words are that sober Man's thoughts".
Take your pick. Just because he retracted the statement, doesn't mean that it is not his view on the abortion-rape issue. It IS.
Next, Weiner's "harassment" of Women, was a testament to his moral character which had no effect on setting legislation or policy.
Akin's "incorrect statement" is beyond harassment of Women.
It's setting misogynistic Gestapo policy against Women.
What part don't you understand? This isn't JUST an abortion issue.
It is a denial of abortion to a rape victim who becomes pregnant as a result of that violent act.
THAT'S the difference.
I can't even believe this obvious needs to be pointed out to you.
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You ever consider seeking help? All you ever do is remind us all of your lonely existence.
It's not easy for you being barred from entering Red Lobster and also suffering from the horrendous illness of Obama snakeoil poisoning. LOL

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carol wrote:
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I'm just going to play devil's advocate here for a minute. You libs don't go off the deep end. Look up "devil's advocate" first.
Seems to me the worst thing Akin said was "legitimate" rape. Now, of course, that opens up a whole can of ugly worms. But maybe, just maybe, he was thinking of that black woman who had accused those three college kids of rape and...stay with me...if she had become pregnant by someone else, it wouldn't have been a "legitimate" rape.
There's no getting around his understanding of the female body being amazingly ignorant, i.e. "shutting down". That was just plain stupid. But, again, just maybe his zealousy about anti-abortion convinced him this was true, and he's only guilty of allowing his good intentions to protect the unborn coming across sounding stupid and ignorant.
Most pro-lifers believe incest, rape and the mother's health are the only exceptions to abortion. Akin doesn't happen to go that far. But does that make him a terrible person? No, it just makes him too zealous, but his opinion doesn't carry any weight whatsoever.
He embarrassed the party and should have done the right thing by stepping aside. Which apparently isn't going to happen. It's just unfortunate he had to reveal his overzealousy - and ignorance - at this particular time.
Okay, now I'm done playing devil's advocate.
But someone will still accuse me of defending him. So I'm prepared.
"Look up devils advocate"? That's pretty condescending even for you. You know what I think the worst thing he said was?

"Legitimate rape rarely leads to pregnancy". Good intentions? Lol. That's comforting. The fact that a person with this level of intelligence would or should have a say in any policies governing this country is a total joke. He re-affirms to most of the country what we already knew about the "Tea Party". The majority are a bunch of batshit crazy, misinformed, lying nitwits. He needs to crawl back under his rock taking his ignorant, backwoods policies with him. Leave the governing to people who understand simple, basic facts when it comes to science and biology. You know, the people with brains.

BTW..Paul Ryan doesn't believe incest, rape and the mother's health are the only exceptions to abortion. Quite the opposite. He's on the same page as Aiken. But maybe not today.
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WELCOME TO TAMPA FLORIDA!!!!!!!!!
Where the Mayor and city council members are all Democrats...
Thats why it's a great city..
so republican scum,,, behave yourselves or get the hell out.Our jail has plenty of room for teabags...
They aren't holding the convention in Haiti, so you won't have to worry.

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The Mastadons Rush to akins defence
proves the point that you tea party guys
are the only thing holding the President up
your extremist politics will be what re-elects
Our President
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How ObamaCare Hurts Seniors continued
Dr Marc Siegel

...a recent Doctor Patient Medical Association poll found that 74% of doctors say they will stop accepting Medicare patients or will leave Medicare entirely because of Obamacare.

I believe Rep. Paul Ryan’s proposal to save Medicare dollars by raising the eligibility age to 67 is a step in the right direction toward saving the entire program.

Back when George was 65, we didn’t have the same preventive treatments available, and people weren’t as well informed about the positive benefits of diet and exercise. Today’s 65-year-old is in much better shape, generally, than George was.

The Ryan plan — which could potentially become the law of the land if Mitt Romney becomes President — makes far more sense for George and the rest of my patients than the excessive restrictions coming from Washington under Obamacare.

The Romney/Ryan plan would keep traditional fee-for-service Medicare as an option while at the same time allowing seniors to use the money to buy private insurance.

This insurance must provide comparable coverage if patients like George select that option.

Private insurance provided to elderly workers or Medicare Advantage are becoming easier for doctors like me to work with than traditional Medicare, which is already becoming more restrictive.

Romney’s plan will provide lower-income seniors like George with more support while allowing richer patients the option of paying out of pocket for more expensive plans.

What’s not to like about that?

Recently, my father-in-law, 85, had an extensive bladder cancer robotically removed through a minimal incision; at the same time, my own father needed two visits to different urologists before he knew for sure that his bladder had dropped into a hernia.

I have a sinking feeling that neither my father’s workup nor my father-in-law’s operation would be approved by Obamacare’s board.

But, in a crucial distinction, they would be covered under the kind of private insurance that the Romney/Ryan plan would allow senior citizens to buy.

Medicare as we know it is more likely to survive by adding options, not by taking them away.

http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/obamacare-...

i've been passing along this info to all seniors i know...the MSM/Obama lapdogs are not going to report on what ObamaCare means to today's seniors, they're busy scaring them with distortions about Ryan's plan for future seniors.

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