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commander_salamander39 2 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 14, 2014 3:52 PM Member since: Feb 20, 2007
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  • commander_salamander39 commander_salamander39 Feb 14, 2014 3:52 PM Flag

    Not only that, they caved because the stock market is serving their real masters the rich wall street fat cats so well. Why rock the boat now? They got new orders from headquarters to lay down this time so the stock market can keep going up.

    So transparent to see. Obama beat them like a Government mule. What a sickening sight.

  • You can see the desperation that Big Business has to send outh their high paid minions like Larry Kudlow and every other Republican when the CBO realised these projections last week. No where did the CBO say it would reduce 2 million jobs.....just 2 million equivalent workers would likely find the economic freedom to leave their companies "ball and chain" and start their own business, or work part time elsewhere, while still being able to have decent, affordable health insurance and not totally dependent on Corporation to provide.

    Folks - we told you months ago that this was still another important reasons that the Slavemaster US Corporations were against Obamacare. Because they know longer had us all by the short hairs and controlled our healthcare insurance and thus controlled us. Still another reason to love Obamacare.

    I myself am likey one of these 2 million. I will stick it to my company and retire ealry.....but still be able to afford medical insurance without relying on Corporate American. But my job will go to someone else.....maybe an unemployed person from today. So, there IS NO NET LOSS OF JOBS.

    TELL THAT TO ALL THE LIARS ON FOX NEWS AND LYING LARRY KUDLOW WHO CONTINUE TO SPIN THE LIES OF THE FAR RIGHT ON GULLIBLE AMERICANS.

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