As usual you change the subject with an untrue assumption and a personal attack. Try addressing the post instead of being scurrilous and dishonest.
now you are dumb enough to defend him.
Fox Nearly Doubles CNN and MSNBC's Combined Prime Time Viewers Last Week
By Noel Sheppard | November 12, 2013 | 15:12
The new prime time lineup at Fox News continues to demolish its competition.
Last week, FNC almost doubled the combined viewers of CNN and MSNBC from 8PM to 11PM.
During this time period, FNC averaged 2.1 million total viewers and 376k in the important demographic of folks aged 25 to 54.
MSNBC had 716k and 202k respectively while CNN brought in 433k and 146k.
For the week, only ESPN brought in more cable viewers than FNC in prime time.
TVNewser reports that this was Fox's second-best week of the year only bested by the week of the Boston Marathon bombing.
The was also FNC's second-best week of the year in expanded prime time which includes On the Record at 7PM. The network averaged 2,377,000 total viewers and 442,000 in the demo.
Jeff Zucker and Phil Griffin must be eating their hearts out.
You sound like Monica Lewensky's ex-oyfriend's wife when she said "What difference does it make?"
Bill Clinton: 'President Should Honor the Commitment' and Let People Keep Their Insurance Plans
9:57 AM, Nov 12, 2013 • By DANIEL HALPER
Former President Bill Clinton said that President Obama should keep his pledge to allow people to keep their current health care plans, if they like them, under Obamacare:
"So I personally believe, even if it takes a change to the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they got," said Clinton in a recent interview.
Clinton has, in general, been a strong supporter of Obamacare.
which expensive plan did you sign up for?
As much as the loons defended The Dear Leader's plan, I would have expected them all to rush to join the plan. Or are you guys just a bunch of hypocrites? Well the sane all know the answer to that question.
Dem. Rep.: 'I Think the President Was Grossly Misleading to the American Public'
9:02 AM, Nov 12, 2013 • By DANIEL HALPER
Rep. Kurt Schrader, a Democrat from Oregon, said that President Obama was "grossly misleading" on Obamacare:
"Very misleading," the Democratic congressman says of Obama's promise that you can keep your health care plan, if you like it.
"I think next year at the election time, people are going to want to know, was I able to sign up? And what is the shape of the benefit package I'm going to get and how much is it going to cost me, at the end of the day? I think this will, the sign-up period and problems and the horrendous problems that are going on right now will be way in the past.
"I think the president was grossly misleading to the American public. I know right away as a veterinarian, I have my own business, that my policies got cancelled even before the Affordable Care Act. I know that I would change policies on a regular basis, trying to find the best deal for myself and my employees. But a lot of Americans, a lot of Oregonians, have stayed with the same policy for a number of years and are shocked that their policy got cancelled.
"So I think the president saying you could stay with it and not being honest that a lot of these policies were going to get cancelled was grossly misleading to the American public and is causing added stress and added strife as we go through a really difficult time with health care."
Schrader also accused White House press secretary Jay Carney of "double talk" for also misleading on Obamacare.
So Dem Sen Max Baucus is a parrot? He's the first person to describe it as a train wreck.
If this "train wreck" is so wonderful, which plan did you sign up for?
I remember when the pothead said that. You don't think cannibus boy is really elk do you, making up "facts".?
Well rob you guessed wrong.
What you have done here is to change the subject. You loons do that because you cannot intelligently address the subject. The disastrous health care act is a "train wreck", not my words but Dem Sen Max Baucus' description.
Obamacare Will Be Repealed Well In Advance Of The 2014 Elections
Prediction: even if HealthCare.gov is fixed by the end of the month (unlikely), Obamacare is going to be repealed well in advance of next year’s election. And if the website continues to fail, the push for repeal—from endangered Democrats—will occur very rapidly. The website is a sideshow: the real action is the number of people and businesses who are losing their health plans or having to pay a lot more. Fixing the website will only delay the inevitable.
It is important to remember why it was so important for Obama to promise repeatedly that “if you like your health insurance/doctor, you can keep your health insurance/doctor.” Cast your mind back to the ignominious collapse of Hillarycare in 1994. Hillarycare came out of the box in September 1993 to high public support according to the early polls. This was not a surprise. Opinion polls for decades have shown a large majority of Americans support the general idea of universal health coverage. But Hillarycare came apart as the bureaucratic details came out, the most important one being that you couldn’t be sure you’d be able to keep your doctors or select specialists of your choice. The Clintons refused to consider a compromise, but even with large Democratic Senate and House majorities the bill was so dead it was never brought up for a vote.
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Remember “Harry and Louise”? Obama did, which is why he portrayed Obamacare as simply expanding coverage to the uninsured, and improving coverage for the underinsured while leaving the already insured undisturbed. But the redistributive arithmetic of Obamacare’s architecture could never add up, which is what the bureaucrats knew early on—as early as 2010 according to many documents that have leaked. The wonder is that Obama’s political team didn’t see this coming and prepare a pre-emptive strategy for dealing with the inevitable exposure of the duplicity at the heart of Obamacare’s logic. Now that people are losing their insurance and finding that they may not be able to keep their doctor after all, Obamacare has become the domestic policy equivalent of the Iraq War: a protracted fiasco that is proving fatal to a president’s credibility and approval rating. The only thing missing is calling in FEMA to help fix this Category-5 political disaster.
Senate Democrats endangered for re-election will lead the charge for repeal perhaps as soon as January, after they get an earful over the Christmas break. They’ll call it “reform,” and clothe it in calls for delaying the individual mandate and allowing people and businesses to keep their existing health insurance policies. But it is probably too late to go back in many cases. With the political damage guaranteed to continue, the momentum toward repeal will be unstoppable. Democrats will not want to face the voters next November with the albatross of Obamacare.
The politics of the repeal effort will be a game theorist’s dream. Tea Party Republicans will resist “reforms” to Obamacare in favor of complete repeal. Democrats will try to turn the tables and set up Republicans as obstacles to reform, hoping to inoculate themselves prospectively from mayhem at the polls next November. The House might want to insist that the Senate go first; after all, it was the Senate version of the bill that the House had to swallow after Scott Brown’s election in January 2010. The House can rightly insist that the Senate needs to clean up the mess they made. Obama may well give Capitol Hill Democrats a pass on a repeal vote, and veto any bill that emerges. He’ll never face the voters again.
This wouldn’t be the first time that a health care entitlement was repealed. The same thing happened in the late 1980s with catastrophic coverage for seniors. Because seniors were made to pay for their benefits under that scheme, the uproar forced Congress to repeal the measure barely a year after it went into effect. Obamacare looks to be on the same political trajectory, and for the same reason. Obamacare represents the crisis of big government; the limits of administrative government have finally been breached. For the first time ever, some polls are showing a majority of Americans doubting the goal of universal health coverage.
The hazard of the moment is that a compromise “reform” that drops the mandate and attempts to restore the insurance status quo ante could leave us with an unfunded expansion of Medicaid and a badly disrupted private insurance market. Republicans should avoid both the political traps and a new fiscal time bomb by being ready with a serious replacement policy, based on the premium support tax credit ideas that John McCain advocated (poorly) in 2008. While anxious liberals are in dismay, they should recognize that Obamacare may well have achieved its chief purpose of making universal or at least greatly expanded health coverage a fixture of American social policy. The cost to liberalism may prove fatal, however.
Is elk doing what he does best, changing the subject or making up "facts"?
It bet it makes you proud to be a socialist and have the ever compassionate Dear Leader as your hero.
flop and elk make up things to fit their uneducated view of the world.
I do have to agree with flop on one thing. We have to stop being the world's policeman. NATO is military welfare for Europe.
1. "it is established fact that Bush really did do severe damage to the country" another elk fact pulled straight out of elk's a:ss.
2. You are still deflecting. How about answering the post, you moron!
Lying is what he does best and being gullible is what elk and his pals do best.
I hate to break it yo you elk but Bush is no longer President. You have once again changed the subject in order to deflect and not answer the post. With your head buried so far up The Dear Leader's a:ss, it's awonder you can still use a keyboard.
Ace, blue is so stoned he doesn't know what planet he's on much less what day of the week it is.