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  • billyliar66 billyliar66 Sep 9, 2012 10:08 PM Flag

    Told Ya! Romney Aide: "Marketplace Will Handle Pre-Existing"

    Romney's gaggle of brain addled Mormons are screwing up hourly. This is a perfect storm of ineptitude.

    “in a competitive environment, the marketplace will make available plans that include coverage for what there is demand for. He was not proposing a federal mandate to require insurance plans to offer those particular features.”

    I look forward to any of the GOP goof-offs on this board to explain Romney's position, in less than 10,000 words.

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    • MSNBC is not the only source for news!! It's repeal and replace! Mitt will have $716 billion to work with after the repeal part!

    • It's simple. The MittWit doesn't have "positions" on anything . . . just bromides, broadsides, bombast and #$%$ He's in the deep weeds in this campaign (starting with selecting a running-mate who is on a par with Queen Esther of the Tundra minus the lipstick).

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      • garrett,

        Got to admit that Mitt's running mate is as interesting as pale Palin. He is still fantasizing with his pin-up gal Ayn Rand and having run a marathon in high two hours. Meanwhile, in all his stellar Congressional career, he worked hard to repeal Obamacare 33 times in the past two years but managed to pass two bills dearest to his heart:

        WASHINGTON -- He's been in Congress for nearly 13 years, but Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) has only seen two of his bills pass into law during that time.

        Ryan, who Mitt Romney has tapped as his running mate, passed a bill into law in July 2000 that renames a post office in his district. Thanks to Ryan, the post office on 1818 Milton Ave. in Janesville, Wis., is now known as "Les Aspin Post Office Building."

        The other time Ryan saw one of his bills become law was in December 2008, with legislation to change the way arrows (as in bows and arrows) are hit with an excise tax. Specifically, his bill amended the Internal Revenue Code to impose a 39-cent tax per arrow shaft, instead of a 12.4 percent tax on the sales price. The bill also "includes points suitable for use with arrows in the 11 percent excise tax on arrow parts and accessories."

        Kevin Seifert, Ryan's congressional spokesman, did not respond to a request for comment.

    • Perfect! The next two to three days will be spent talking about Obamacare, and news people trying to figure out what Romeny's position is!

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