Oh you are very wrong- conservatives do want to hurt poor people, old people and sick people. If they didnt take this stand they would want to guarentee health care for everyone in the form of Obama care-but they dont!!!- the burden that you suffer is not knowledge- but stooopidity of the highest order. You crackers are so dumb you actually think that its cool to conduct wars on women, wars on the poor, old and sick. I hold you and your ilk responsible for this towering evil that you are trying to foist on to americans. People like you are guilty of treason and sedition and it would be good if we could get you prosecuted
"you've been repeatedly challenged to name even one"
I've given you dozens of Historical Facts ... but your Ditto-Head Brain does not compute.
"Hawcreek Always overlooks all the Lies that the Bush Administration has told America in the past "
you've been repeatedly challenged to name even one, and repeatedly failed, as is your norm.
Hawcreek Always overlooks all the Lies that the Bush Administration has told America in the past ... and look what it got us ... Wars, Financial Disaster, Great Recession, etc.
At least Obama got all the Jobs lost under Bush back and got Osama ... that guy who Bush gave up on.
Go listen to more FAUX ... Sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Funny.
Microsoft has formally announced that mainstream support for Windows 7 will end on 13 January 2015 – just 5 months away.
"Must be a spelling Welch paedophiles use."
Do they? So do I and I am neither. At least i am not a pathological liar like your President which is the fact you are trying to divert from.
Imagine that, give something at no cost to the beneficiary and more of them have it, who would have thunk that.
You see it's not that conservatives don't want people to have health care, it's just that we are burdened with knowledge of the real world, and stricken with the ability to grasp numbers.
Switch back to your wally alias, and then commit suicide, #$%$.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Go get a barbed-wired tampon, you waste of air.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Another place your president lied to us, CFury, there was much more than a smidgeon of problem at the IRS.
I hope that Lerner witch goes to prison once we return to a country where the rule of law applies i.e. after we get the current corrupt bunch out of office.
Go pass your foul Sux gas on a sux board stoopid.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
"Poor people in the 25 states and the District of Columbia that opted to expand Medicaid coverage by April saw their uninsured rates decline to 17%, from 28%. But in the states that didn't expand, the rate remained essentially unchanged at 36%. "
(All) of my European (& Canadian) friends laugh and/or offer sympathy at the third world bankruptcy-inducing healthcare most Americans have been stuck with for years, but progress is being made, especially in the important 19-34 age group.
I understand the very concept of "progressive" is anathema to certain minds, by definition, of the regressive category.
"The number of Americans lacking health insurance has plummeted this year, a trio of surveys released Thursday found.
The reports -- conducted by three major research organizations -- aim to measure the early effect of Obamacare's individual mandate. Most Americans were required to obtain health insurance starting this year.
Here were the results:
-- Urban Institute: The uninsured rate fell to 13.9% in June, down from 17.4% at the end of last year. Some 8 million adults gained coverage.
-- Gallup: Americans lacking health coverage fell to 13.4% in the second quarter, down from 17.1% at the close of 2013. This is the lowest quarterly rate recorded since Gallup and Healthways began tracking the share of uninsured Americans in 2008.
-- Commonwealth Fund: Only 15% of American adults were uninsured in the second quarter, down from 20% in the third quarter of last year. About 9.5 million fewer adults were uninsured, led mainly by young adults age 19 to 34, who saw their uninsured rate drop to 18%, from 28%. "