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 8 years ago '04        #221
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 stlcardinals19 said:


Random? Non-Credible?



And out come the insults......

yes because you're a socialist loving baboon. If you had a problem with the way things were in the US prior to NObama, then why do you even live here? You're so pro-government it's disgusting.
 03-29-2010, 04:26 PM         #222
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 stlcardinals19 said:


Random? Non-Credible?



And out come the insults......
Yet you don't feel insulted when the gov't fukks everyone in the a.ss by taking more money from tax payers to support lazy bottom feeders.

If you can take it from the gov't, you can take it on an internet board you butt-hurt fukking emo f*g.

Like I said, move out of the U.S. Nancy boy.
 8 years ago '04        #223
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 1angrypinoy said:
Fukking move there then b!tch to find out and see how you like it. Why are you in the U.S. if you like gov't subsidized healthcare? You and your ilk should have moved a long time ago to Canada or whatever the fukk country with "universal health care". Bunch of whiny a.ss panzies. U.S.A. is for rugged individualism not pussies like you.

. I don't expect the short attention span of dimwits to watch the whole thing.




I watched this and i must say it was really good.. Bush f**ked us nicely and now obama is doing the same.. fabulous. have to worry that one day my children won't have s**t in this country.
 03-29-2010, 06:56 PM         #224
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 ItachiUchiha said:
Okay, I'll be completely honest. I'm ignorant to the issue at hand, and that's one reason why I didn't vote during the November 2008 elections. Despite my ignorance, I'm happy for the passage of Health Care Reform. I know it may sound a bit asinine, but I believe every American should be offered the opportunity of Health Care, whatever their financial situation may be.
That's not ignorant at all, I think we all can agree (left and right) is that we DO want healthcare reform, so that all people have (affordable) access to it. Where we disagree is HOW to go about it

That being said, my beef with this bill is that it's about the government getting more control over the general populace and increasing the size of the government, not actual healthcare reform. They don't give two s**ts about me and you. "Healthcare reform" was simply their excuse to "take advantage of a crisis" (quoting rahm emanuel) in order to facilitate a power grab. I could literally write an entire paper on why this bill is horrible if you want me to go into more details

Obama is the most radical president in US history, and also the most inexperienced. Unfortunately he still has quite a few cheerleaders left but at least im seeing more and more people waking up and seeing him for who he really is


What we SHOULD do for "healthcare reform" is:
1) Lift the state "barriers" and allow interstate competition between insurance companies in order to drive down prices
2) Tort reform - the multitude of unnecessary medical/doctor lawsuits are one of the main reasons our premiums are so high
3) Offer a public option (or improve medicaid), and have the government offer health insurance well below market premiums. This will allow low-income people (like me) to be able to afford insurance, and it will also cause private insurance companies to lower their premiums to compete with the public option


What we SHOULDN'T do... is rush and force a 3,000 bill down the throats of US citizens. A bill that a huge percentage of us dont want, a bill that FORCES you and I to buy insurance or face a $750 penalty, a bill that cuts from medicare, a bill that will tax businesses so hard that there will be many many more layoffs, a bill that will force private insurance companies to raise their premiums by up to 300%, a bill that will inevitably lead to longer wait times, a bill that will increase our dependence on the government, and finally a bill that we simply cannot afford to pay for.
 8 years ago '04        #225
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 $h0wtym3 said:
That's not ignorant at all, I think we all can agree (left and right) is that we DO want healthcare reform, so that all people have (affordable) access to it. Where we disagree is HOW to go about it

That being said, my beef with this bill is that it's about the government getting more control over the general populace and increasing the size of the government, not actual healthcare reform. They don't give two s**ts about me and you. "Healthcare reform" was simply their excuse to "take advantage of a crisis" (quoting rahm emanuel) in order to facilitate a power grab. I could literally write an entire paper on why this bill is horrible if you want me to go into more details

Obama is the most radical president in US history, and also the most inexperienced. Unfortunately he still has quite a few cheerleaders left but at least im seeing more and more people waking up and seeing him for who he really is


What we SHOULD do for "healthcare reform" is:
1) Lift the state "barriers" and allow interstate competition between insurance companies in order to drive down prices
2) Tort reform - the multitude of unnecessary medical/doctor lawsuits are one of the main reasons our premiums are so high
3) Offer a public option (or improve medicaid), and have the government offer health insurance well below market premiums. This will allow low-income people (like me) to be able to afford insurance, and it will also cause private insurance companies to lower their premiums to compete with the public option


What we SHOULDN'T do... is rush and force a 3,000 bill down the throats of US citizens. A bill that a huge percentage of us dont want, a bill that FORCES you and I to buy insurance or face a $750 penalty, a bill that cuts from medicare, a bill that will tax businesses so hard that there will be many many more layoffs, a bill that will force private insurance companies to raise their premiums by up to 300%, a bill that will inevitably lead to longer wait times, a bill that will increase our dependence on the government, and finally a bill that we simply cannot afford to pay for.
:agreement6::agreement6::agreement6::agreement6::a greement6::agreement6:
 8 years ago '08        #226
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 DaKidB.A.N.K.$ said:
yes because you're a socialist loving baboon.
:metallicblue:

Pointless ad hominem attack

If you had a problem with the way things were in the US prior to NObama, then why do you even live here?
There are still plenty of thing wrong w/this country, mainly Obama's continuation of the FISA bills and his willingness to stay in Afghanistan

You're so pro-government it's disgusting.
:metallicblue:

 1angrypinoy said:
Yet you don't feel insulted when the gov't fukks everyone in the a.ss by taking more money from tax payers to support lazy bottom feeders.
Again, that's a pretty sweeping generalization no? Not all those who are in poverty are lazy

If you can take it from the gov't, you can take it on an internet board you butt-hurt fukking emo f*g.

Like I said, move out of the U.S. Nancy boy.
:metallicblue:

Again, another pointless ad hominem attack.

 $h0wtym3 said:
That's not ignorant at all, I think we all can agree (left and right) is that we DO want healthcare reform, so that all people have (affordable) access to it. Where we disagree is HOW to go about it

That being said, my beef with this bill is that it's about the government getting more control over the general populace and increasing the size of the government, not actual healthcare reform. They don't give two s**ts about me and you. "Healthcare reform" was simply their excuse to "take advantage of a crisis" (quoting rahm emanuel) in order to facilitate a power grab. I could literally write an entire paper on why this bill is horrible if you want me to go into more details

Obama is the most radical president in US history, and also the most inexperienced. Unfortunately he still has quite a few cheerleaders left but at least im seeing more and more people waking up and seeing him for who he really is


What we SHOULD do for "healthcare reform" is:
1) Lift the state "barriers" and allow interstate competition between insurance companies in order to drive down prices
2) Tort reform - the multitude of unnecessary medical/doctor lawsuits are one of the main reasons our premiums are so high
3) Offer a public option (or improve medicaid), and have the government offer health insurance well below market premiums. This will allow low-income people (like me) to be able to afford insurance, and it will also cause private insurance companies to lower their premiums to compete with the public option


What we SHOULDN'T do... is rush and force a 3,000 bill down the throats of US citizens. A bill that a huge percentage of us dont want, a bill that FORCES you and I to buy insurance or face a $750 penalty, a bill that cuts from medicare, a bill that will tax businesses so hard that there will be many many more layoffs, a bill that will force private insurance companies to raise their premiums by up to 300%, a bill that will inevitably lead to longer wait times, a bill that will increase our dependence on the government, and finally a bill that we simply cannot afford to pay for.
Well, at least you're still willing to debate, hopefully civilly....

Some things here:

2) Tort reform - the multitude of unnecessary medical/doctor lawsuits are one of the main reasons our premiums are so high
IIRC... an annual jury awards and legal settlements involving doctors amounts to “a drop in the bucket” in a country that spends $2.3 trillion annually on health care. The cost of jury awards at about $12 per person in the U.S., or about $3.6 billion.

And a 2004 report by the Congressional Budget Office said medical malpractice makes up only 2 percent of U.S. health spending.

A study by Bloomberg also found that the proportion of medical malpractice verdicts among the top jury awards in the U.S. declined over the last 20 years. Of the top 25 awards so far this year, only one was a malpractice case. Moreover, at least 30 states now cap damages in medical lawsuits



3) Offer a public option (or improve medicaid), and have the government offer health insurance well below market premiums. This will allow low-income people (like me) to be able to afford insurance, and it will also cause private insurance companies to lower their premiums to compete with the public option
Do you know who exactly stopped us from having a public option by screaming that it was an evil socialist communist government takeover that would put every single insurance company out of business? That'd be the GOP. The ideal plan was to include, and I'm certain that this plan will be ammended to do so....
 8 years ago '05        #227
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 stlcardinals19 said:
:metallicblue:

Pointless ad hominem attack



There are still plenty of thing wrong w/this country, mainly Obama's continuation of the FISA bills and his willingness to stay in Afghanistan



:metallicblue:



Again, that's a pretty sweeping generalization no? Not all those who are in poverty are lazy



:metallicblue:

Again, another pointless ad hominem attack.



Well, at least you're still willing to debate, hopefully civilly....

Some things here:



IIRC... an annual jury awards and legal settlements involving doctors amounts to “a drop in the bucket” in a country that spends $2.3 trillion annually on health care. The cost of jury awards at about $12 per person in the U.S., or about $3.6 billion.

And a 2004 report by the Congressional Budget Office said medical malpractice makes up only 2 percent of U.S. health spending.

A study by Bloomberg also found that the proportion of medical malpractice verdicts among the top jury awards in the U.S. declined over the last 20 years. Of the top 25 awards so far this year, only one was a malpractice case. Moreover, at least 30 states now cap damages in medical lawsuits





Do you know who exactly stopped us from having a public option by screaming that it was an evil socialist communist government takeover that would put every single insurance company out of business? That'd be the GOP. The ideal plan was to include, and I'm certain that this plan will be ammended to do so....
/thread
 8 years ago '04        #228
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 stlcardinals19 said:
:metallicblue:

Pointless ad hominem attack



There are still plenty of thing wrong w/this country, mainly Obama's continuation of the FISA bills and his willingness to stay in Afghanistan



:metallicblue:



Again, that's a pretty sweeping generalization no? Not all those who are in poverty are lazy



:metallicblue:

Again, another pointless ad hominem attack.



Well, at least you're still willing to debate, hopefully civilly....

Some things here:



IIRC... an annual jury awards and legal settlements involving doctors amounts to “a drop in the bucket” in a country that spends $2.3 trillion annually on health care. The cost of jury awards at about $12 per person in the U.S., or about $3.6 billion.

And a 2004 report by the Congressional Budget Office said medical malpractice makes up only 2 percent of U.S. health spending.

A study by Bloomberg also found that the proportion of medical malpractice verdicts among the top jury awards in the U.S. declined over the last 20 years. Of the top 25 awards so far this year, only one was a malpractice case. Moreover, at least 30 states now cap damages in medical lawsuits





Do you know who exactly stopped us from having a public option by screaming that it was an evil socialist communist government takeover that would put every single insurance company out of business? That'd be the GOP. The ideal plan was to include, and I'm certain that this plan will be ammended to do so....
Nearly 1/3 of healthcare cost is due to fraud. Here are a few articles that outline fundamental problems with our healthcare system. Most of which are not addressed in this bill.




And the GOP was against the way in which the public option was written. It would give the gov't a massive takeover, forcing almost all insurance companies to go out of business, leaving only one option...the public option. This bill is in no way written to help the American people. You'd be a fool to think so.

For instance, the are all psyched up about not getting denied because of pre-existing conditions. But they don't say there's a limit on what they can charge you for it. "Oh you have cancer...yea we'll cover you....but it's going to be $800 / month."

 Adamsville said:
/thread

Man stop posting. Your dumbass already got told what's up and you pussed out. Proven wrong and ran away, only to come back and start cheerleading form someone who made a better post than he did. @ you d*ckridin'


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 03-30-2010, 02:29 AM         #229
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 stlcardinals19 said:
:metallicblue:

Pointless ad hominem attack



There are still plenty of thing wrong w/this country, mainly Obama's continuation of the FISA bills and his willingness to stay in Afghanistan



:metallicblue:



Again, that's a pretty sweeping generalization no? Not all those who are in poverty are lazy



:metallicblue:

Again, another pointless ad hominem attack.



Well, at least you're still willing to debate, hopefully civilly....

Some things here:



IIRC... an annual jury awards and legal settlements involving doctors amounts to “a drop in the bucket” in a country that spends $2.3 trillion annually on health care. The cost of jury awards at about $12 per person in the U.S., or about $3.6 billion.

And a 2004 report by the Congressional Budget Office said medical malpractice makes up only 2 percent of U.S. health spending.

A study by Bloomberg also found that the proportion of medical malpractice verdicts among the top jury awards in the U.S. declined over the last 20 years. Of the top 25 awards so far this year, only one was a malpractice case. Moreover, at least 30 states now cap damages in medical lawsuits





Do you know who exactly stopped us from having a public option by screaming that it was an evil socialist communist government takeover that would put every single insurance company out of business? That'd be the GOP. The ideal plan was to include, and I'm certain that this plan will be ammended to do so....
that ether smell............


 8 years ago '06        #230
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 PetedaSmete said:
I might get flack for this, but Obama is on his way on becoming one of the greatest presidents ever. Given the rampant ignorance in our country, this is a huge accomplishment. He's just made the far right "Obama is going to create death panels!" and the far left doubters look stupid.
Are yall really this f**kin Blind thinking that Obama is doing this to help the people? Seriously, he's just carrying out the next step to set up their NWO agenda's and got yall thinking he's doing something great? Okay....
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 JeeQ said:
At the Saltines on Fox News right now, Obama is going down in history as one of the most influential US presidents in history in just two years. :applause:

Yeah you think it's about Republican's and Democrat's but what they are doing right now is Hi-Fivin each other because with this Bill passing this show's us how The Government is taking over everything. With your eye's wide shut you will see when they start unraveling that wicked plan. You will also see that Obama is not that president you thought he was. This is just the beginning....


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 03-30-2010, 07:11 AM         #232
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 stlcardinals19 said:
Again, that's a pretty sweeping generalization no? Not all those who are in poverty are lazy
Where does it say "in poverty" = lazy bottom feeders? You and your comrade, Adamsville, seem to think the terms "lazy" and "poor/poverty" are synonymous. I'm sorry neither of you failed to take advantage of the educational system. Here's a for both of you dimwits.

 stlcardinals19 said:
Again, another pointless ad hominem attack.
Learn the difference between an ad hominem and a direct insult dipsh!t.


 stlcardinals19 said:
IIRC... an annual jury awards and legal settlements involving doctors amounts to “a drop in the bucket” in a country that spends $2.3 trillion annually on health care. The cost of jury awards at about $12 per person in the U.S., or about $3.6 billion.
According to that Frontline episode I linked, the national debt is about 12 trillion dollars. But hey, that's presently ONLY ~$45K debt burden for each man, woman and child in the U.S.

Hey dipsh!t, is that $3.6 billion from gov't subsidized healthcare costs or from private insurance companies settling? Your pea-size brain might not understand that there's a huge difference between gov't and private firms paying out and consolidating the two together. god you're fukking stupid. You post numbers and you don't even take the time to decipher what they fukking mean within its context.

 stlcardinals19 said:
And a 2004 report by the Congressional Budget Office said medical malpractice makes up only 2 percent of U.S. health spending.
Are you fukking kidding me. This is 2010 dumbass, with a drastically different economic climate. You're going to use the single insignificant year of 2004 to make a so called point. You're too much of an imbecile to post a trend tracking 10-20 years which is more telling of actual increases/decreases in costs since a pattern and average, linear regression for example, can be calculated and utilized for future projections. In conclusion, fukktard, you use a single year to make an asinine point and are too search engine challenged to look up data/stats to see if your point is further corroborated and reasonable. You are good at math.

 stlcardinals19 said:
A study by Bloomberg also found that the proportion of medical malpractice verdicts among the top jury awards in the U.S. declined over the last 20 years. Of the top 25 awards so far this year, only one was a malpractice case. Moreover, at least 30 states now cap damages in medical lawsuits
Link the source @sshole. You actually think people will take your word without them parsing through the material. GTFO.

So based on your post, over those 20 years, only one year was during the Obama administration, meaning limits were already put in place by prior (state and/or federal) legislation. In essence, you said nothing.

Do you even fukking comprehend and analyze your own verbal diarrhea or do you just plagiarize/copy and paste from sources that you conveniently don't link 'cause you think it'll sound good? That's par for you considering you're a sh!thead.

 stlcardinals19 said:
Do you know who exactly stopped us from having a public option by screaming that it was an evil socialist communist government takeover that would put every single insurance company out of business? That'd be the GOP.The ideal plan was to include, and I'm certain that this plan will be ammended to do so....
And your backwards a.ss can't fathom the idea that Dems and Pubs play on the same team and it's not the one you're on.

Do everyone a favor, shoot Adamsville and yourself in the head, 'cause you two, along with the pervasive inherent stupidity of your cohorts, is a big part of the problem that's dragging the U.S.A. down. k!lling yourself would be very socialist of you since there will be more resources for others to use. If neither of you can k!ll yourself, just like you don't have the balls to move to another country with "universal health care", don't reproduce so as not to contaminate the gene pool.


 Adamsville said:
/thread
You're dumb enough to think cardinals19 actually made a point. Here's a quote from Shakespeare, "A tale told by an idiot full of sound and fury, signifying nothing". Let that stew in your Neanderthal brain for a while. It might trigger neurons and synapses to fire and promote novel axonal and dendritic signal cascades. Doubtful though, since your old cooty cranium's medulla oblongata,
substantia nigra, dentate gyrus and other cerebellar sections are full of amyloid plaques.
 03-30-2010, 08:57 AM         #233
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 stlcardinals19 said:
IIRC... an annual jury awards and legal settlements involving doctors amounts to “a drop in the bucket” in a country that spends $2.3 trillion annually on health care. The cost of jury awards at about $12 per person in the U.S., or about $3.6 billion.

And a 2004 report by the Congressional Budget Office said medical malpractice makes up only 2 percent of U.S. health spending.

A study by Bloomberg also found that the proportion of medical malpractice verdicts among the top jury awards in the U.S. declined over the last 20 years. Of the top 25 awards so far this year, only one was a malpractice case. Moreover, at least 30 states now cap damages in medical lawsuits
Doctors in south FL have to spend $350,000+ a year on professional liability insurance. But even so, there are no accurate numbers regarding how much is spent on malpractice lawsuits or insurance, they are all "back-of-the-envelope" type calculations.

And what you are referencing is just direct costs, you also have to factor in indirect costs like "defensive medicine" which is nearly impossible to calculate

My gf works for a tiny dental office here in Tallahassee, and even they have to pay close to $100,000 a year on professional liability insurance

It doesn't matter if it's a tiny "percentage of their expenditures", it's still a significant amount of money and if you can take out a big chunk of it then healthcare costs can lower, and therefore insurance premiums will lower as well



 stlcardinals19 said:
Do you know who exactly stopped us from having a public option by screaming that it was an evil socialist communist government takeover that would put every single insurance company out of business? That'd be the GOP. The ideal plan was to include, and I'm certain that this plan will be ammended to do so....
First - we already have a public option (medicare), which is a big bucket of fail. We need to either reform medicare or draft a new and improved public option

Second - From what I've seen the GOP is screaming government takeover because the public option we just signed into law is not an OPTION, you are forced to buy it or face penalties

I'm open to a public option and i think most other independents, and conservatives, are also. But this is NOT the way to do it
 03-30-2010, 09:03 AM         #234
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 1angrypinoy said:
I'm sorry neither of you failed to take advantage of the educational system. Here's a for both of you dimwits.
 1angrypinoy said:
Learn the difference between an ad hominem and a direct insult dipsh!t.
 1angrypinoy said:
Your pea-size brain might not understand that there's a huge difference
 1angrypinoy said:
Are you fukking kidding me. This is 2010 dumbass... In conclusion, fukktard, you use a single year to make an asinine point and are too search engine challenged to look up data/stats to see if your point is further corroborated and reasonable. You are good at math.
 1angrypinoy said:
Do you even fukking comprehend and analyze your own verbal diarrhea or do you just plagiarize/copy and paste from sources
 1angrypinoy said:
Do everyone a favor, shoot Adamsville and yourself in the head, 'cause you two, along with the pervasive inherent stupidity of your cohorts, is a big part of the problem that's dragging the U.S.A. down. k!lling yourself would be very socialist of you since there will be more resources for others to use.
 1angrypinoy said:
You're dumb enough to think cardinals19 actually made a point. Here's a quote from Shakespeare, "A tale told by an idiot full of sound and fury, signifying nothing". Let that stew in your Neanderthal brain for a while. It might trigger neurons and synapses to fire and promote novel axonal and dendritic signal cascades. Doubtful though, since your old cooty cranium's medulla oblongata,
substantia nigra, dentate gyrus and other cerebellar sections are full of amyloid plaques.


Dayum that was cold, is that why they call you angrypinoy
 03-30-2010, 04:39 PM         #235
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 $h0wtym3 said:
Doctors in south FL have to spend $350,000+ a year on professional liability insurance. But even so, there are no accurate numbers regarding how much is spent on malpractice lawsuits or insurance, they are all "back-of-the-envelope" type calculations.
Wha, what the fukk is this? Aren't all doctors like gazillionaires? Liability insurance is only "a drop in the bucket" relative to their income. You know they don't have to pay for a house mortgage/rent, food, utilities, (public) transportation, (car insurance), (gas), clothes, health insurance, house insurance, dental plan, studen loans, income taxes, etc. God forbid they go out once in a while to have a nice meal or travel, 'cause you know that's behavior very unlike a physician. Living life in the U.S.A. is fukking cost free, 'cause you know we live in a socialist country.
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Here's another little tid bit


I would like to know the percentage and number of votes Obama got from
self-sufficient, tax paying, employed American voters.

Interesting statistics:

A recent "Investor's Business Daily" article provided very interesting
statistics from a survey by the United Nations International Health
Organization.

Percentage of men and women who survived a cancer five years after
diagnosis:

U.S. 65%

England 46%

Canada 42%

Percentage of patients diagnosed with diabetes who received treatment within
six months:

U.S. 93%

England 15%

Canada 43%

Percentage of seniors needing hip replacement who received it within six
months:

U.S. 90%

England 15%

Canada 43%

Percentage referred to a medical specialist who see one within one month:

U.S. 77%

England 40%

Canada 43%

Number of MRI scanners (a prime diagnostic tool) per million people:

U.S. 71

England 14

Canada 18

Percentage of seniors (65+), with low income, who say they are in "excellent
health":

U.S. 12%

England 2%

Canada 6%


I don't know about you, but I don't want "Universal Healthcare" comparable
to England or Canada.

Moreover, it was Sen. Harry Reid who said, "Elderly Americans must learn to
accept the inconveniences of old age."

SHIP HIS a.ss TO CANADA OR ENGLAND!

He is "elderly" himself but be sure to remember his health insurance is
different from yours as Congress has their own high-end coverage! He will
never have to learn to accept "inconveniences"!!!

AND THE WINNER IS VERY INTERESTING!

The percentage of each past president's cabinet who had worked in the
private business sector prior to their appointment to the cabinet. You know
what the private business sector is... a real life business, not a
government job. Here are the percentages.

T. Roosevelt........ 38%

Taft.....................40%

Wilson .................52%

Harding..................49%

Coolidge.............. 48%

Hoover................. 42%

F. Roosevelt......... 50%

Truman..................50%

Eisenhower........... 57%

Kennedy.............. 30%

Johnson.................47%

Nixon................... 53%

Ford..................... 42%

Carter.................. 32%

Reagan...................56%

GH Bush................. 51%

Clinton ................. 39%

GW Bush................ 55%

And the winner of the Chicken Dinner is:








Obama................ 8% !!!

Yep! That's right! Only Eight Percent!!!..the least by far of the last 19
presidents!! And these people are trying to tell our big corporations how
to run their business? They know what's best for GM...Chrysler... Wall
Street... and you and me?

How can the president of a major nation and society...the one with the most
successful economic system in world history... stand and talk about business
when he's never worked for one?.. or about jobs when he has never really had
one??! And neither has 92% of his senior staff and closest advisers!
They've spent most of their time in academia, government and/or non-profit
jobs....or as "community organizers" when they should have been in an
employment line.


Vote the bums out!!!
 03-30-2010, 06:46 PM         #237
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Here's another little tid bit


I would like to know the percentage and number of votes Obama got from
self-sufficient, tax paying, employed American voters.

Interesting statistics:

A recent "Investor's Business Daily" article provided very interesting
statistics from a survey by the United Nations International Health
Organization.

Percentage of men and women who survived a cancer five years after
diagnosis:

U.S. 65%

England 46%

Canada 42%

Percentage of patients diagnosed with diabetes who received treatment within
six months:

U.S. 93%

England 15%

Canada 43%

Percentage of seniors needing hip replacement who received it within six
months:

U.S. 90%

England 15%

Canada 43%

Percentage referred to a medical specialist who see one within one month:

U.S. 77%

England 40%

Canada 43%

Number of MRI scanners (a prime diagnostic tool) per million people:

U.S. 71

England 14

Canada 18

Percentage of seniors (65+), with low income, who say they are in "excellent
health":

U.S. 12%

England 2%

Canada 6%


I don't know about you, but I don't want "Universal Healthcare" comparable
to England or Canada.

Moreover, it was Sen. Harry Reid who said, "Elderly Americans must learn to
accept the inconveniences of old age."

SHIP HIS a.ss TO CANADA OR ENGLAND!

He is "elderly" himself but be sure to remember his health insurance is
different from yours as Congress has their own high-end coverage! He will
never have to learn to accept "inconveniences"!!!

AND THE WINNER IS VERY INTERESTING!

The percentage of each past president's cabinet who had worked in the
private business sector prior to their appointment to the cabinet. You know
what the private business sector is... a real life business, not a
government job. Here are the percentages.

T. Roosevelt........ 38%

Taft.....................40%

Wilson .................52%

Harding..................49%

Coolidge.............. 48%

Hoover................. 42%

F. Roosevelt......... 50%

Truman..................50%

Eisenhower........... 57%

Kennedy.............. 30%

Johnson.................47%

Nixon................... 53%

Ford..................... 42%

Carter.................. 32%

Reagan...................56%

GH Bush................. 51%

Clinton ................. 39%

GW Bush................ 55%

And the winner of the Chicken Dinner is:








Obama................ 8% !!!

Yep! That's right! Only Eight Percent!!!..the least by far of the last 19
presidents!! And these people are trying to tell our big corporations how
to run their business? They know what's best for GM...Chrysler... Wall
Street... and you and me?

How can the president of a major nation and society...the one with the most
successful economic system in world history... stand and talk about business
when he's never worked for one?.. or about jobs when he has never really had
one??! And neither has 92% of his senior staff and closest advisers!
They've spent most of their time in academia, government and/or non-profit
jobs....or as "community organizers" when they should have been in an
employment line.


Vote the bums out!!!
Obama's trying to re-make the U.S.A. in his image. Anyone who has read "Dreams of My Father" can glean that Obama's a megalomaniac. Seriously, who the fukk "writes" their own autobiography at the age of 35? Who the fukk does he think he is? Power belongs to the people and they'd better start waking the fukk up.

Not completely accurate but highly spot on,
If you look also at the people that Obama has put on his appointments list, it's all Wall Street. It's gov't of Wall Street, by Wall Street and for Wall Street. There's nobody from heavy industry, there's nobody from the auto sector, nobody from Silicon Valley, nobody from Big Oil, nobody from Defense, no labor, no women, no retirees, no small business, nothing. It's pure Wall Street. The only people who have a voice in Obama's councils are Wall Street financed oligarchs. That's all there is, nobody else counts under Obama. It's the most extreme Wall Street administration we've ever had.


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How people can ignore this is beyond me.

All the s**t talkin NObama fans...if you refuse to watch at least the first 20min of this, then you ain't s**t. Stay blind and hopenitized.


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 03-30-2010, 07:14 PM         #239
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 ItAlY2BkLyN said:
The Obama Deception

How people can ignore this is beyond me.
I saw that. Anyone watching it needs to filter out the NWO bs.
 03-30-2010, 08:27 PM         #240
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 ItAlY2BkLyN said:
Obama................ 8% !!!
Damn son are u serious? How did that f**knut get into the white house?
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