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locomotive

Jan-25-14 6:34 PM

Y'know, factcheck . org is a fine website. I had referenced a different website, realclearpolitics, which usually runs up-to-date poll results. Have you heard of that one, willgrr?

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locomotive

Jan-25-14 6:33 PM

When one speaks of politics in monolithic terms, one usually says "you Republicans" or "you Democrats" implying that ALL Republicans or ALL Democrats are in total lockstep with ALL others in their party, for every move made by the party in every locale.

So much for diversity, willgrr. AS IF I, a faraway NoDak, was jumping for joy over liberal policies in Massachusetts. Get real...

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locomotive

Jan-24-14 11:06 AM

willgrr, what part about Obamacare or its website do you consider "yet another successful program that helps millions of Americans?"

You're out of touch with many, many of your fellow citizens.

Latest realclearpolitics poll average for "public approval of health care law"...

37.6% approve 54.5% disapprove

Even though partisan Democrats would love to accomplish it, Republicans can't be blamed for Obamacare's passage or feckless implementation.

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FreedomRings

Jan-23-14 3:39 PM

"Finally, it is specifically stated ObamaCare will not apply to members of Congress.

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FreedomRings

Jan-23-14 3:38 PM

You must be admitted by your primary Physician in order for Medicare to pay for it! If you are admitted by an emergency room doctor it is treated as outpatient care where hospital costs are not covered.

YOU ARE NOT GOING TO LIKE THIS... At age 76 when you most need it, you are not eligible for cancer treatment* see page 272.

Page 50/section 152: The bill will provide insurance to all non-U.S. residents, even if they are here illegally. Page 58 and 59: The government will have real-time access to an individual's bank account and will have theauthority to make electronic fund transfers from those accounts.

Page 272. section 1145: Cancer hospital will ration care according to the patient's age.

Page 425, line 4-12: The government mandates advance-care planning consultations. Those on Social Security will be required to attend an "end-of-life planning" seminar every five years. (Death counseling..)

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landslide14

Jan-23-14 2:16 PM

Wonder how the people who just signed up for the Obamacare medicaid are feeling about typing up their estate in their health insurance?????

Interesting that states are taking leins in their property from them after they die..

Such a sweet deal..Medicaid EState Recovery Mandate...

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FreedomRings

Jan-23-14 11:20 AM

Loco, I think the Libs here will follow that with Everybody Plays the Fool.

Ok, so your heart is broken You're sitting around mopin', cryin', cryin' You say you even think about dying Well, before you do anything rash, baby, dig this

Everybody plays the fool, sometime There's no exception to the rule, listen baby It may be factual, it may be cruel, I ain't lying Everybody plays the fool.

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locomotive

Jan-23-14 10:32 AM

And who is the president today? Why be concerned with former presidents and how they rate? Aren't they so yesterday?

Selective memory always makes oneself look good.

Where's Joni Mitchell when you need her?

I've looked at life from both sides now

From WIN and LOSE and still somehow

It's life's illusions I recall

I really don't know life at all

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MarkHighwater

Jan-23-14 12:22 AM

In one sense, Bush's final rating is worse than either Carter's or Truman's, because his disapproval score is significantly higher. Whereas Bush and Carter share identical 34% final job approval ratings, 61% of Americans disapprove of the job Bush is doing, compared with 55% who said they disapproved of Carter in December 1980. Similarly, whereas Bush's final approval rating is slightly higher than Truman's 32% in 1952, his disapproval rating is also higher (61% vs. 56%), resulting in a lower net approval rating for Bush

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MarkHighwater

Jan-23-14 12:20 AM

Only Richard Nixon was explicitly less popular at the time of his exit than Bush is today. Gallup's final approval polling on Nixon, in which 24% of Americans said they approved of the job he was doing, was conducted Aug. 2-5, 1974, less than a week before Nixon resigned from office over the Watergate break-in political scandal

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MarkHighwater

Jan-23-14 12:17 AM

Stick with CSPAN folks...MSNBC/FAUX and even CNN is just a lot of phoney baloney these daze!!!....watch CSPAN exclusively for a few months and make up your own mind.

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minreader

Jan-22-14 9:31 PM

As Obama starts sixth year, 74 percent say US still in recession.

As President Obama starts his sixth year in office, his job ratings remain near record lows and more voters think his policies have hurt rather than helped the economy. And even as voters continue to hold mostly negative views on the economy and the direction of the country, a new Fox News poll finds they see some improvement.

A third of voters say they like both Obama and his policies -- a dramatic drop from 47 percent who felt that way in October 2012. In addition, 62 percent now say they dislike the president’s policies, up from 51 percent the month before his re-election.

Voters aren’t impressed with Obama’s economic policies: while 27 percent think they’ve helped, a 40-percent plurality says they’ve hurt the economy. And another 33 percent don’t think the president’s policies have made much difference either way.

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minreader

Jan-22-14 8:36 PM

Ex-EPA official told lawmakers of project to 'modify the DNA' of capitalism.

A former high-ranking EPA official who recently was sentenced to prison for fraud told lawmakers last month that, before he left the agency, he was working on a "project" examining ways to "modify the DNA of the capitalist system."

The startlingly blunt comment was included in newly released transcripts of John Beale's deposition before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. One group that is frequently critical of the Obama administration's energy policy, the Institute for Energy Research, said the claim is a "smoking gun" that reveals the administration's true intentions.

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landslide14

Jan-22-14 8:27 PM

Obamtitas has got these guys by the gonads and it has shut off the blood to the brain and their ability to think on their own.. They are walking talking Obambite robots..

I cannot tell a lie.. I cannot tell a lie... I cannot tell alie...

Oh yes you can oh yes you can oh yes you can...

OK OK OK OK OK Yes Master whatever you say>>>>>>>>>>>>>

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landslide14

Jan-22-14 8:25 PM

The ignorance and inability of the libs to find correct answers before they blow them out thru their pie hole is astounding...

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landslide14

Jan-22-14 8:22 PM

Geeze Mark you obviously have a computer.. Learn how to use it before you post these ignorant lies

Or MSNBC talking point which are also nothing but LIES!!!!!

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landslide14

Jan-22-14 8:21 PM

Did Mark Highwater just say this???When William Jefferson Clinton left the office in 2000....there was a budget SURPLUS...

Them Dembocratic Liars are out again tonite..what is it the full moon that makes them lie????

Under Clinton the debt ceiling increased:

•by $225 billion to $4.37 trillion in April 1993; •by $530 billion to $4.9 trillion four months later, in August 1993; •by $600 billion to $5.5 trillion two years and seven months later, in March 1996; •and by $450 billion to $5.95 trillion 17 months later, in August 1997.

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GoInPeace

Jan-22-14 6:08 PM

I just listened to some better stuff on foox news.Goinpeace.

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JackAaah

Jan-22-14 5:55 PM

Mark'sHigh....I heard those three talking points on MsNBC also. and I am doing my best to spread them at will also....

GoInPeas

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MarkHighwater

Jan-22-14 4:48 PM

Socialism for the rich...Capitalism for the rest!

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MarkHighwater

Jan-22-14 4:47 PM

And that 10 TRILLION Bush/Cheney gave away didn't go to the working poor who are the MAJORITY...it went to the top one percent.

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MarkHighwater

Jan-22-14 4:44 PM

When William Jefferson Clinton left the office in 2000....there was a budget SURPLUS....when George Walker Bush left office in 2008 there was a 10 TRILLION dollar deficit.....the numbers don't lie...unlike Bush/Cheney did about WMDs in Iraq.

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FreedomRings

Jan-22-14 3:49 PM

But since Boots liked it I will repost it. Americans are becoming used to being scammed and ObamaCare is the biggest of them all cept for voting for the charlatan in the first place.

GET YOUR OBAMACARD NOW AND BE ENTITLED TO ALL KINDS OF FREE GIFTS. No credit report needed either.

My original thought and no one else's Veronitas.

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PoeticJustice16

Jan-22-14 3:09 PM

This entire moocher state is run on credit.

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takkak

Jan-22-14 3:01 PM

Credit cards are the devil.

Vote N to the O

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