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Government health insurance option appears doomed

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posted on Jan, 9 2010 @ 04:01 PM
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Originally posted by endisnighe
The GOVERNMENT cannot and has not ever given you rights. EVER.


If you believe that then dont participate in politics and in threads where we debate policies because clearly any reasonable debate is a moot with you on this subject. There is a "political" conspiracies forum that may cater to your interests.




posted on Jan, 9 2010 @ 04:09 PM
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You are so right is not funny, we know that the private insurance business account on the top three most political campaign donors in the nation, so we know who is ruling on the health care bill regardless how much the propaganda try to keep the population confused.

This was never about a government insurance for the people.

Now until the bill is passed it can not be challenged.



posted on Jan, 9 2010 @ 04:11 PM
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Originally posted by Southern Guardian

Originally posted by littlebunny
ARE YOU KIDDING ME! Barack Obama wasn't even in Congress back then.


He wasnt but he opposed it and even went so far as to speak in public against it. I also already cited you three people who voted against the Iraq war.



Oh my god, stop it, just stop it! You said he voted against it, not what he said while running for president, he was for it before he voted against it... Oh wait, that was Kerry... It was then Presidential wannabe Obama who said, "I voted against it..." and then we all found out he wasn't even in Congress, and then he had to come back and say, "well I would've voted against it if I was in Congress." Which is easy to say by anyone five years after the fact. And then… and this is funny as hell…. we see while he is now President, he reneges on a campaign promise to pull out, because he orders the military to stay put.. which absolutely means…. he was actually against it before he voted for it!
OOHHHH



--Charles Marcello


[edit on 9-1-2010 by littlebunny]



posted on Jan, 9 2010 @ 04:16 PM
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Originally posted by littlebunny
Oh my god, stop it, just stop it! You said he voted against it, not what he said while running for president, he was for it before he voted against it... Oh wait, that was Kerry... It was then Presidential wannabe Obama who said, "I voted against it..." and then we all found out he wasn't even in Congress, and then he had to come back and say, "well I would've voted against it if I was in Congress."


Yep his opposed the war and had been voting against funding and support for it over the years during his time as senator.

I'd just like to know where you got the information that all but two congressional members voted in the war when over 150 opposed it?



posted on Jan, 9 2010 @ 04:18 PM
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I would just like to point out to EVERYONE the dems had every vote they NEEDED to get EXACTLY what they wanted.

Now, if this unconstitutional legislation passes it is EXACTLY what they want.

Voting FOR something usually MEANS you are FOR something.

Unless of course you have to lie about it.

What section is this here thread in again? OHHH yeah, it is in this section. Let me post you a link.

US Political Madness SECTION


Hmmm, a political conspiracy?



posted on Jan, 9 2010 @ 04:26 PM
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Originally posted by endisnighe
I would just like to point out to EVERYONE the dems had every vote they NEEDED to get EXACTLY what they wanted.

Now, if this unconstitutional legislation passes it is EXACTLY what they want.


Nope they did not. They had enough Democrats in numbers to possibly block a filibuster but they did not have the support. Baucus, Lieberman and all the other conservaDems assisted in blocking the original reform bill until it was washed down to the point it is now.

They didnt get exactly what they wanted, and this bill was not the original reform liberals wanted. Its a shame this bill is still being out through.



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