troll alert..........<quoted text>"fall pray"??? What's this fairy tale you're spinning. Come on, now, is this Svetlana being channeled through Eagle Pass?
#746033 Sep 19, 2012
#746034 Sep 19, 2012
Takes one to know one...
#746036 Sep 19, 2012
November 5, 2008
#746037 Sep 19, 2012
You’re right Mitt doesn’t need the Job for Money but America needs Mitt!!
#746038 Sep 19, 2012
Sell your half-million dollar house!
Do your part for America's poor!
#746039 Sep 19, 2012
lead paint chips with your fries today again? meanwhile, TyShawn is banging his head on the closet door.
#746040 Sep 19, 2012
If you know how economics/production works why are you teat suckling Obama lover?
Sell all your possessions and buy your neighbor a weeks groceries!
Do it...! Someone living near you is suffering! Do your part!
“It's always darkest 'fore dawn”
Since: Jul 08
#746042 Sep 19, 2012
Plain Jane the Pain, would you just take enough time from obsessing about Lily's husband to read the damned book and quit announcing yourself as an illiterate fool who listened to one Limbaughtomy rant too many?
#746043 Sep 19, 2012
President Obama has had three years in office, during which time he has attacked every serious proposal to preserve and strengthen America’s entitlement programs. Mitt Romney has laid out the approach he would take to modernizing America’s entitlement programs, guaranteeing their continued vitality for future generations. Mitt’s proposals will not raise taxes and will not affect today’s seniors or those nearing retirement. He proposes that Social Security should be adjusted in a couple of commonsense ways that will put it on the path of solvency and ensure that it is preserved for future generations.
First, for future generations of seniors, Mitt believes that the retirement age should be slowly increased to account for increases in longevity.
Second, for future generations of seniors, Mitt believes that benefits should continue to grow but that the growth rate should be lower for those with higher incomes.
With just those two simple steps, and no change in benefits for those at or near retirement, America can guarantee the preservation of the Social Security system for the foreseeable future.
Mitt is committed to saving Social Security. He will ensure that America honors all of its commitments to today’s seniors and strengthens the program so that it is financially secure for future generations.
#746044 Sep 19, 2012
how many shots of botox do you think it took to wipe that perpetually angry woman American-hating scowl from between the eyes of Moochelle?'cause that ugly woman got an emergency make-over when Bammy first started running for President.
#746045 Sep 19, 2012
September 19, 2012
Poll: Romney Still Doing Well With Voters Who Have Never Heard Him Speak
Posted by Andy Borowitz
.The poll showed Mr. Romney doing especially well among certain demographic groups, including people who had been trapped in a mine cave-in or who had recently awoken from a coma.
For Romney campaign manager Matt Rhoades, the poll results offer “an amazing opportunity” for the campaign:“We have to identify those voters who have never heard Mitt talk and make sure they never do.”
Read more http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/borowit...
#746046 Sep 19, 2012
Speaking of McDonalds__the company is delaying the MacRib sandwich which has traditionally been an October seasonal entry until December as a way of gaining a sizable year end sales surge.
#746047 Sep 19, 2012
What have you been smoking? I want some!
I DO NOT give a hoot about whom is elected in the November Derby.
Mitt cannot harm me, nor can Obama.
Both parties and all members are OWNED!
If they were required to wear 'sponsor' suits ala NASCAR, there would be no room for cloth, it would contain only LOGO's.
#746048 Sep 19, 2012
Good answer, lol
#746049 Sep 19, 2012
You're pretty pathetic, you keep harping about my house. Must mean you live in a shack. I do not have disdain for the poor; anyone who thinks they are lazy is out of touch with reality.
Since: Oct 11
#746050 Sep 19, 2012
you better go, then have a nice trip.don't come back
#746051 Sep 19, 2012
What brand of auto do you drive?
Sell it and distribute all the proceeds to your poor neighbors!
Wait? You live in a $500K house too? Harping to folks in $100K homes about Romneys million dollar home while you live in a mansion...Thats the Lily narrative!
Chevy had its R&D costs for the next ten years paid for by the 53 percent...
Risk free! Yippee! No losers...and no winners thats for sure!
Is that the normal business model?
#746052 Sep 19, 2012
Health care is more than just one-sixth of the American economy. It is an essential source of well-being for individuals and families.
Our health care system is blessed with many extraordinary strengths. It produces and attracts the best and the brightest across all fields of medicine, and provides unparalleled innovation, choice, and quality of care. But it also faces significant challenges: high cost, inefficiency, inconsistency, and tens of millions of Americans lacking insurance coverage. We can fix these problems.
Unfortunately, the transformation in American health care set in motion by Obamacare will take us in precisely the wrong direction. The bill, itself more than 2,400 pages long, relies on a dense web of regulations, fees, subsidies, excise taxes, exchanges, and rule-setting boards to give the federal government extraordinary control over every corner of the health care system. The costs are commensurate: Obamacare added a trillion dollars in new health care spending. To pay for it, the law raised taxes by $500 billion on everyone from middle-class families to innovative medical device makers, and then slashed $500 billion from Medicare.
Obamacare was unpopular when passed, and remains unpopular today, because the American people recognize that a government takeover is the wrong approach. While Obamacare may create a new health insurance entitlement, it will only worsen the system’s existing problems. When was the last time a massive government program lowered cost, improved efficiency, or raised the consistency of service? Obamacare will violate that crucial first principle of medicine:“do no harm.” It will make America a less attractive place to practice medicine, discourage innovators from investing in life-saving technology, and restrict consumer choice.
In short, President Obama’s trillion dollar federal takeover of the U.S. health care system is a disaster for the federal budget, a disaster for the constitutional principles of federalism, and a disaster for the American people.
On his first day in office, Mitt Romney will issue an executive order that paves the way for the federal government to issue Obamacare waivers to all fifty states. He will then work with Congress to repeal the full legislation as quickly as possible.
In place of Obamacare, Mitt will pursue policies that give each state the power to craft a health care reform plan that is best for its own citizens. The federal government’s role will be to help markets work by creating a level playing field for competition.
Restore State Leadership and Flexibility
Mitt will begin by returning states to their proper place in charge of regulating local insurance markets and caring for the poor, uninsured, and chronically ill. States will have both the incentive and the flexibility to experiment, learn from one another, and craft the approaches best suited to their own citizens.
Block grant Medicaid and other payments to states
Limit federal standards and requirements on both private insurance and Medicaid coverage
Ensure flexibility to help the uninsured, including public-private partnerships, exchanges, and subsidies
Ensure flexibility to help the chronically ill, including high-risk pools, reinsurance, and risk adjustment
Offer innovation grants to explore non-litigation alternatives to dispute resolution
Promote Free Markets and Fair Competition
Competition drives improvements in efficiency and effectiveness, offering consumers higher quality goods and services at lower cost. It can have the same effect in the health care system, if given the chance to work.
Cap non-economic damages in medical malpractice lawsuits
Empower individuals and small businesses to form purchasing pools
Prevent discrimination against individuals with pre-existing conditions who maintain continuous coverage
Facilitate IT interoperability
Empower Consumer Choice
#746053 Sep 19, 2012
Mine have names that don't invoke swarming flies, while yours likely have 6's etched in their scalps.
#746054 Sep 19, 2012
I think you got your Facts upside down Obama’s Campaigns running deficits, DNC Convention 15 million in debt!!
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