"So many of us knew that the egg was rotten from the start"
Yeah, NewbiePolack sure can call 'em!
Hey, let's take a look at his VERY FIRST POST on this board in March 2010 (remembering that he is a virulent Obama hater):
"I personally can't wait for November and am really looking forward to the 2012 Prez election)."
No comment necessary.
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Washington (CNN) - Only four out of 10 Americans believe President Barack Obama can manage the federal government effectively, according to a new national poll.
Wow, if this keeps up, Romney will beat Obama in the election, just like BlowStalker predicted.
"So Jimmy, are you a big GSNC (ACA) fan? Do you think it has been a brilliant stroke of "good government"? From the party that claims to be good at government?"
No, I am not a fan of Romneycare. I wanted a single-payer system, which would be vastly simpler and more efficient, from the start.
Are YOU a big fan of your predictions that Obama would "cave" on the shutdown, and that Romney would win the election?
Whenever BlowStalker thinks he has "won" but actually has merely humiliated himself, he likes to roll around the floor in his own filth in celebration.
"illogical claim that Creamer could not have written any number of pages of the health care bill just because he didn't know Obama would win. "
If the bill didn't yet exist, then he didn't write any of the "bill", genius. Whether someone ELSE later adopted some of his thinking and incorporated it into the bill is irrelevant. The ACA also incorporates a ton of the thinking of the Heritage Foundation's original proposal for health insurance exchanges, AND it incorporated lots of Romneycare into the bill, too. Why wasn't PeeCeePee yelling that Romney "wrote" the bill? The notion that "628 pages" of Creamer's thoughts were incorporated into the bill, verbatim, is laughable. What, did Creamer know exactly when to stop and start his sections for a bill that would not be written for three more years? The "628 page" claim is just idiotic on its face.
" written (not as you say, by the "Senate Finance Committee") by the flacks and hacks, administrative assistants et al., who hang around the Senate and House with pages and pages of predigested legislative gruel to slop on whatever plate they're handed."
Only Contards use pre-digested bills written by ALEC to pass legislation. The ACA was not written by "admin assistants." It was drafted by an army of people, including Senate clerks, but so what? Supreme Court opinions are often drafted by law clerks, but the FINAL RULINGS are reviewed, edited and agreed to by the justices. In the same way, the Senate obviously had lots of people drafting the bill but the final version was reviewed and passed by the Senate Finance Committee.
" A nice package of 628 pages would slip in just fine, or be parsed into subchapters as needed."
Ok, show me a non-Contard blog source that can document that Creamer wrote ANY of the ACA.
"intent to cast doubt on his criminal status... You do accept that he was a felon, right?"
Um, I mentioned he was IN PRISON. How did I "cast doubt" on his criminal status?
Gen. Hayden: Iran Deal 'Worst of All Possible Outcomes'
Yes, a 6-month interim agreement that makes Iran get rid of all their highly enriched uranium, allow more intrusive inspections and that reimposes all sanctions if Iran doesn't comply is "worse" than a giant war that leads to thousands of deaths, an attack on Israel and $400 a barrel oil.
Cumgobbler logic in all its glory.
"Al.gore23, Not one person mentions the government shutdown, 5 of the 7 I referenced did think the biz slowdown is because of the uncertainty of customers about the status and cost of their health
So what? Your cash-wash losers are ill-informed dolts. Obamacare hasn't even taken effect yet, so its economic impact has been near-zero to date. Meanwhile, the govt shutdown has been estimated to cost $2-6 BILLION in lost productivity, and will slice 0.2 to 0.6% off fourth-quarter GDP.
Rather than believe your high-school-dropout friends, I think I'll believe the experts that actually RUN the Consumer Confidence survey:
"When asked to describe in their own words what they had heard about recent economic developments, the number of consumers that negatively mentioned the federal government in October was the highest in the more than half-century history of the surveys," survey director Richard Curtin said in a statement.
Hmm...seems like everyone who DOESN'T own a car wash was far more worried about the Contard shutdown than about Obamacare.
"The shutdown had no impact on anyone that I know"
More classic PeeCPee "if I can't see it, it doesn't exist" thinking.
In Wisconsin, more than 1,000 National Guard troops were furloughed, the Apostle Island National Lakeshore was shut down, and the research by the CDC/NIH and at UW-Madison was halted.
I realize that you could still get soapy water at your car wash, but that doesn't mean others were not affected.
Maybe you should make a bumper sticker about that.
"Creamer wrote 628 pages of Obamacare while he was in prison"
Wow, now THAT is amazing!! Creamer finished his prison sentence in 2006, more than TWO YEARS before Obama was even elected!! It in incredible that Creamer knew that Obama would run, that he would beat the heavily favored Hillary Clinton and then that Obama would immediately set about passing a complex health care bill that needed 628 pages from HIM!! The guy is practically Nostradamus!!
"Obamacare is the cruelest hoax perpetrated upon the American people in our history."
Usually the Contards are yelling that Benghazi was worse than Watergate, because "nobody died" in Watergate. Now, suddenly, some launch snafus for a health care program are worse than the hoax of Iraq WMD, which has killed more than 4,000 American troops and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis. The Tonkin Gulf hoax led to the deaths of 58,000 Americans in Vietnam and the deaths of millions of Vietnamese, Cambodians and Laotians.
But I guess "nobody died" doesn't count anymore.
"who still demands a “single payer” healthcare delivery system because although it has never worked anywhere"
Yeah, except for in Norway, Japan, Canada, Italy, Finland, Slovenia, Portugal, Cyprus, Britain, Iceland and Spain, just to name a few.
"This begs the question: who wrote this bill?"
No, it doesn't, illiterate idiot. You merely show that you have no idea what the phrase "begs the question" means. It DOESN'T mean, "calls for this question to be asked."
"The answer is Robert Creamer, a federal felon."
No it is NOT, ridiculous liar. The Senate Finance Committee wrote the vast majority of the actual bill that passed, with Max Baucus of MT as the lead author.
Without Jesus Christ, there is only death and Hell
If so, why do we give a shlt about Israel? They're all going to hell anyway.
Meanwhile, I hear baby Jesus is coming back on Monday July up, 2013. Mouth Breather told me so.
The murder of 24-year-old Massachusetts high school teacher Colleen Ritzer on October 22nd, exactly one month ago, sent shock waves across the country
I am only shocked that she wasn't killed sooner. Ritzer was known to wear hoodies and carry Skittles in her pocket. Chism clearly acted in self defense. His only mistake was not shooting her in the face, like a true 2nd Amendment patriot.
So sad that Mouth Breather Hates Our Freedoms.
Several of them are blaming Obamascare, since all of the presidents lies became evident
Last month. A crisis in confidence from the consumer over Nobambi fiasco?
Wrong, bed-wetter. The organization that tabulates Consumer Confidence metrics has publicly blamed the drop in consumer confidence on the Contard-caused government shutdown and the fears over default on the debt ceiling. Obamacare had NOTHING to do with it.
The Obama Democrats killed the United States Senate as a deliberative body 226 years after the Founding Fathers created it.
More Cumgobbler garbage. The super-majority rule is NOWHERE in the Constitution, and didn't even exist in the first decades of the Senate. What's more, the anti-democratic "Founding Fathers" didn't even allow Senators to be elected -- they were APPOINTED back then.
As usual, Cumgobbler gets history comically wrong.
He doesn't understand what the word (liar) means.
This from the blithering idiot who thinks it's a matter of OPINION as to whether my salary is $188k or not, whether I've broken my leg once or twice, and whether there are mountains in the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
Yes, he is THAT stupid.
Every person you respond to is a liar
Lying ldiot lies again. I respond to Verm, Carci and Stinkturd and don't consider them liars.
So you lied again.
Everyone is a liar in al.gorexx's world
No, only people who lie are liars. People like you and Cumgobbler.
Now for the real, non-Cumgobbler version:
The most comprehensive study done on cross border use of health care employed three different methodologies, all with solid rationales behind them — and was published in the peer-reviewed journal Health Affairs.
The authors of the study started by surveying 136 ambulatory care facilities near the U.S.-Canada border in Michigan, New York and Washington, on the premise that Canadians crossing the border for care would favor places close by. It turns out, however, that about 80 percent of such facilities saw, on average, fewer than one Canadian per month; about 40 percent had seen NONE in the preceding year. NONE.
Then, the researchers looked at how many Canadians were discharged over a five-year period from acute-care hospitals in the same three states. They found that more than 80 percent of these hospital visits were for emergency or urgent care (that is, tourists who had to go to the emergency room). Only about 20 percent of the visits were for elective procedures or care.
Next, the authors of the study surveyed America’s 20 “best” hospitals — as identified by U.S. News & World Report — on the assumption that if Canadians were going to travel for health care, they would be more likely to go to the best-known and highest-quality facilities. Only one of the 11 hospitals that responded saw more than 60 Canadians in a year. And, again, that included both emergencies and elective care.
Finally, the study’s authors examined data from the 18,000 Canadians who participated in the National Population Health Survey. In the previous year, 90 of those 18,000 Canadians had received care in the United States; only 20 of them, however, reported going to the United States expressively for the purpose of obtaining care. That's 20 out of 18,000, or 0.11%, or barely more than 1 in 1,000 Canadians.
So Cumgobbler's relatives are very weird and stupid people indeed.
My stepdaughter and husband live in Calgary, and the come to states for all their medical care because of the terrible Canadian medical system
My nephew's brother-in-law's cousin and their neighbor live in Key West, Florida, and they drive to Canada for all their medical care because of the terrible US medical system. Just last week one of them had a slight cold, and they drove to Medicine Hat, Canada to get their cold medicine because the cost was only 1 cent, vs. $45 million in Florida.
You coulda heard a pin drop!
(This story brought to you courtesy of Cumgobbler Tales).
In August, right around the time when the Texas summer heat was at its brutal worst, the state’s prison system finalized a bid to replace its aging swine-production facilities with six new climate-controlled modular barns, at a cost of $750,000. The pigs raised for inmate consumption were going to get relief from the heat, but the state’s inmates would continue to suffer. In the last six years, at least 14 inmates died from heat stroke or hyperthermia in overheated Texas prisons, where air-conditioning is scarce and temperatures can reach 130 degrees.
The correctional officers, whose working conditions are the same as the inmates’ living conditions, have taken note. Several inmates’ families have filed wrongful-death lawsuits, and the officers’ union supports them. Texas has the largest state-run prison system in the country, with over 152,000 inmates currently incarcerated. In 1978, the courts forced Texas to expand its system, which has since grown from 18 prisons to the current 109. To feed its vast inmate population and keep costs down, the prison system raises its own livestock and crops across 141,000 acres.
The prison system also tries to save money on climate control. The Texas Commission on Jail Standards requires all county jails to keep the temperature below 85 degrees. Still, the county jails house only 70,000 inmates, fewer than half as many as the state prisons, which are exempt. Some prisons have had air-conditioning installed, but only in hospital areas and administrative offices.
The overheating is made even more dangerous by other cost-cutting measures. Employment screening for correctional officers is inadequate, and a doctor's exam isn’t required even though they’ll be expected to work in a physically demanding job up to 12 hours a day, sometimes in heavy Kevlar vests. More than 15% of the inmate population have a mental illness, and some of them refuse to take their psychotropic meds in the summer because they make them heat intolerant.
This was a mistake
Number of justices filibustered by the Senate in the first 222 years of the country: 3
Number of justices filibustered by the Senate since Obama was elected: 20 (296 times greater rate)
Percentage of total appointee filibusters in the first 222 years of the country: 50%
Percentage of total appointee filibusters in the last 5 years of the country: 50% (44 times higher rate)
Contard a-h0les have only themselves to blame for this.
This helps to explain the incompetence of this administration:
only 8% of them have ever worked in private business!
No, it helps explain why Cumgobbler is such a filthy liar and gobbler of milky-white Contard cum.
Politifact debunked this bogus right-wing blogosphere/Glenn Beck BS years ago. They determined that all but two of the 15 cabinet-level Secretaries in the first Obama administration had significant private-sector experience. So instead of Cumgobblermath figures of 8%, the real number is 87%.
Keep up the good work, Cumgobbler!!
There are actually two messages here
Yes, there are.
1) Cumgobbler swallows more milky-white Contard cum. You see.....um...there IS not such organization as the United Nations International Health Organization. DOESN'T EXIST!! So of course all the stats are entirely bogus.
2) When the numbers are not wrong (cancer survival data is wildly different than claimed in this Contard chain email (I checked), they are comical.
Most comical are the two stats where US SENIORS do so well vs. Canada and the UK. Because, you see, U.S. seniors use GOVT HIRED HAND Medicare. In short, Cumgobbler is yelling that U.S. government healthcare is better than UK or Canada govt healthcare -- which would seem to be an argument for MORE US Govt healthcare.
Oh, Cumgobbler, you are a national treasure. Keep up the good work!!!
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