I will bet money that none of you sycophants have signed up. The Dear Leader hasn't signed up either. Hypocrites!!!
You are all without shame!
All of your nonsense does not matter. America is p*ssed at you tea party nuts and is going to rip you a new one at the next elections. Have you seen the polls?
With any luck you will be a quaint and amusing irrelevance after the next election.
Frik, you are a fool if you think polls are an end all. The incompetence and mismanagement of this administration will be their downfall. Your "Lie and Deny" party is looking at a major defeat. You lefties will start to edge toward the center as we get closer, to no avail. You've made your bed,, now sleep in it.
NORQUIST: CRUZ 'CRASHED AND BURNED,' HURT GOP CAUSE Kept Republicans From Delaying Obamacare HuffPost | 10/10/2013 Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, said he thinks REPUBLICANS COULD HAVE DELAYED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF OBAMACARE IF IT WEREN'T FOR SEN. TED CRUZ (R-TEXAS). “I THINK IT WAS VERY POSSIBLE FOR US TO DELAY THE IMPLEMENTATION OF OBAMACARE FOR A YEAR UNTIL CRUZ CAME ALONG AND CRASHED AND BURNED,” NORQUIST TOLD THE WASHINGTON POST, REFERENCING CRUZ'S LONG ANTI-OBAMACARE SPEECH ON THE SENATE FLOOR. During his 21-hour speech on Sept. 24 and 25, Cruz read "Green Eggs and Ham," cited "The Little Engine That Could," talked about Nazis and compared Congress to the World Wrestling Federation. Norquist isn't the only conservative to criticize Cruz for his speech. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) hit Cruz's "extended oratory" and said he rejected some of Cruz's comments about American troops.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
IT's the Affordable Care Act numbskull, and you already have it. Anyone who has healthcare currently, is under the law. Those who don't have it, will now have an opportunity to buy healthcare, just like everyone else.
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You moron. We don't live in red states foolishly opting out. Yes, my family's healthcare policy went up a whopping 30 dollars, a very reasonable fee for forcing corporate insurance pigs to cover sick and dying kids. My friends in Alabama, Florida, Georgia and North Carolina are all screaming about higher rates, and I have to explain that that is because Southerners have a history of evolving late, going kicking and screaming into progress and the ACA is no exception. Their anger should be directed at their state leaders for not participating and allowing the corporate insurance pigs to severely raise their rates. Sux to be you.