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cconstantinl 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 10, 2015 5:09 PM Member since: Apr 14, 2009
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  • cconstantinl cconstantinl Jan 10, 2015 5:09 PM Flag

    logical32 what you say is 100% illogical and 100% stupid. It shows what a moron you actually are.
    The healthcare system has not changed one iota. Both providers (hospitals, clinics, doctors) use the exact same systems and infrastructure they used prior to Obamacare. The healtcare insurers (United Health, Aetna, Cigna, Blue Cross etc) use the exact same systems they used prior to Obamacare. The new government web site is ONLY AN ENROLLMENT portal. Everything else stays the same. I am an IT professional with 30+ years of experience. And you are a mere pathetic idiot.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • it takes many many many many many years to replicate and/or replace the vast and complex Fannies' infrastructure (computers and applications, servers, databases, EDI transmissions with hundreds of 3rd party companies, reporting systems, dashboards, know how and expertise, etc. etc. etc). Only a moron can imagine things like that can be accomplished in a few years' time. On top of everything, who's gonna pay the Billions required for such an utopic transition ?
    Fannies are huge and are here to stay.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • cconstantinl cconstantinl Jan 8, 2015 2:15 PM Flag

    there's been "winding down" talk and resolutions passed in the Senate and all sort of #$%$ like this for the last 4+ years and where are we today ? NOTHING HAS HAPPENED. But actually something happened today. The tone of the president was "winding down" from "wind down" to "wind back", which is different semantic, and you would understand that if your only neuron's still working.
    Now go figure who the idiot is (have a mirror close by ?)

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • cconstantinl cconstantinl Jan 8, 2015 1:54 PM Flag

    wind back = reduced role
    reduced by how much ? could be 5% , 10% or, at most, 15% to avoid real estate market destabilization.
    Fannies are huge and they are here to stay.

  • cconstantinl cconstantinl Dec 8, 2014 10:44 PM Flag

    Unfortunately there're too many idiots like you that have no idea what they're talking about.
    Marxist Leninism means:
    1. All means of productions (in the industrial / agricultural/ financial/ service sectors) are state owned, not privately owned. Even minuscule business such as beauty parlors or taxi cabs are state owned. Private ownership is demonized.
    2. The economy is centrally planned, not driven by free market forces. The state puts together 5 /10/ 15 years "economic development" plans that have nothing to do with the laws of the supply and demand or other capitalist economic concepts.
    3. The political system consist of one unique Party and various surrogates such as "trade unions". No opposition parties are tolerated.
    4. There is no freedom of speech or "un-approved" association. Culprits are sent to prison with no mercy.
    5. There's no spiritual freedom. Religion is oppressed or outright prohibited.
    6. Travel outside the country is tightly controlled. Only a selected few can get passports to travel abroad.

    These are the most fundamental principles of the Marxism-Leninism. THere're other which I don't have the time or interest to name but I challenge liveoak71 and brain washed idiots like him to name one - only one - of the 5 features described above that president Obama or his gov. promote or try to implement. Your far right idiots' "culture" and "education" derives exclusively from the Fox News propaganda machine.

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