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Originally posted by ProtoplasmicTraveler
reply to post by Mak Manto
Oh boy it's Mr. Shadow Government again who doesn't actually believe there is a Shadow Government.
I have a great health plan it's called Cash! Maybe you have seen some? It's green and has pictures of dead Presidents and American Statesmen on it?
It really comes in handy it's basically accepted everywhere the world over, requires no preapproval and you only have to fill out a form if you spend more than 10,000 of it at one time!
Doctors love the stuff!
Have you ever been to Vegas? Insurance is considered a suckers bet.
By the way I am not a Republican! I don't vote, because the Shadow Government really isn't elected.
The last thing in the world I want our government doing is taking care of my health care!
Originally posted by HunkaHunka
Originally posted by jam321
Why is the administration so worried about Limbaugh, Hannity, foxnews?
They have the majority. They own the executive and legislative branch. All they have to do is take care of business and if that business results into positive things, they will be the majority for awhile.
Bewilders me why they want to focus so much attention on things they don't have to.
They are concerned that anyone is using references to nazi germany. Dem or Rep either way.
I agree.. no one should be using these references.
I mean unless folks are looking for a civil war...
Originally posted by joechip
The White House should not be threatening the free exercise of speech. Period. Maybe it's true that comparing your enemies to the Nazis means you've lost the argument, unless of course your enemies behave like Nazis in response . . .
Originally posted by Lemon.Fresh
Limbaugh must always be taken with a grain of salt . . . but he is right on this one.
Edit: Token second line
[edit on 8/7/2009 by Lemon.Fresh]
Originally posted by Mak Manto
Proto, how should people pay for certain things when operations for diseases, such as cancer, can cost up to several million dollars over the years to get rid of it?
How do you expect people to pay for such things?
Do you think most people have a few hundred thousand dollars lying around? Do you think people can just pay cash for such things?