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  • mlevine44 mlevine44 Aug 8, 2012 4:00 PM Flag

    Anti-Romney Paid Shills

    Master,

    You have better hope that Obamacare doesn't go into effect, or your Medicare approved doctors will be limited to treating you with sugar pills.

    Look at the election results, not the B.S. Liberal Polls.

    Tea Party candidates rule the roost.

    MLevine.

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    • The Liberal/Communist/Democrats conntine to ignore the trend...


      Starting with REPUBLICAN Scott Brown's victory over the criminal Democrat Jon Corzine in LIBERAL Mass. of all places..replacing the entrenched Liberal-Limousine-Communist Ted Kennedy in a resounding rejection of Communism by the masses


      Followed by the mid-term "shellacking" visited upon Obama and his Leftist fellow running-dogs...A resounding rejection of Obama/Harry Reid/Nancy Pelosi/Communist agenda for this nation

      Followed by the the repudiation of the Leftist attempts to recall the honorable Governor Scott Walker and Judge Prosser in (of all places) LIBERAL Wisconsin..in the BS recall elections


      And now you friggin' LIBERALS want to pretend that the most recent election results never happened?

      Hang on to your false optimism LIBERALS....as the old adage goes:

      "The trend is your friend"..

      And the trend doesn't bode well for you Democrat parasites...bloodsuckers and criminals alike.

      The clear-thinkers are united in the campaign to excise the cancer...ie; the Democrats


      Heh
      Cordo

    • Who needs doctors when women have Bagger politicians to tell them when to have their private parts probed and which camera angles give the best pictures for public distribution?

    • MLevine,

      I have no worries about Obamacare and my future treatment plans. My faith in our health care system would be considerably shaken should the other guy get in and then do what he has promised to do. Of course I don't think either is a possibility at the moment. One because I doubt if he'll get elected and two should he pull it off he doesn't keep his promises so I doubt if he'll shut Obamacare down.

      As far as tea people ruling the roost. I don't believe they are but should they even have a shot now, two months is an eternity in an election of this importance. Polls cannot be completely discounted and the only poll that counts comes in early November. So tea people can brag all they want to about their supposed strength but the only strength they need to show is in early November. Otherwise, it is just, to be polite, political rhetoric.

      LL

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      • Master,

        I hope that you don't need future treatment.

        I also agree that the only poll that counts is the vote on election day. The Presidential race is too close to call.

        Obamacare will not help those Americans who currently have decent health insurance coverage. Quite the contrary. Private insurance companies will be forced out of business over time. The intent of the Socialists is to institute socialized medicine gradually. Obamacare is merely the nose of the camel.

        Successful doctors have indicated to me that they will do "concierge medicine" if they can. If not, they will retire early, leaving fewer doctors to treat 30 million more Americans. Superior doctors will not work for reduced reimbursement rates.

        Moreover, drug development will dry up. Already, Big Pharma is merging, consolidating and reducing R&D. This trend will accelerate. Biotech will appear too risky, in the face of price controls and rising capital gains taxes, to attract new venture capital.

        20 percent of GDP is at risk of succumbing to the Socialist threat. I share your fear that Romney will not repeal Obamacare, despite his assurances to the contrary.
        Romney is a centrist and sold out to the Mass Liberals on this issue in the past.

        Mass is struggling to fund Romney care. Let the several states try out various solutions before we impose socialized medicine on this critical segment of the economy.

        If Romney can seem credible on this issue, it can help him win in the Fall. The majority of American have good health care and they don't want socialized medicine.

        MLevine.

 
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