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Thursday, December 22, 2016

A Buzz about fake hate crimes...

There have been several "post election" hate crime stories that have been in the news for being "debunked" as actual stories

  • Black Baptist Church was burned down and the words "Vote Trump" were spray painted on the side of the building. A black member of the church was arrested this week for committing the crime.
  • Muslim kicked off plane for "speaking a different language" turns out to be U-Tube hoaxter who specializes is pulling elaborate pranks.  His U-tube channel provide several videos showing things you don't do on a plane.
  • Muslim women who reported white males forced her to remove her Jihab while yelling "Donald Trump" admits it was a hoax used as an excuse for her being late for curfew.
  • Jasskirat Saini was arrested for committing anti-Semite and racist acts of vandalism including spray painting KKK and Nazi signs around a college campus in Garden City New York. The actions were largely blamed on white supremacists empowered by Trump, but Saini was actually a student of Middle Eastern decent.  

This is one of those things that Hillary supported demanded would happen: people (mostly white males) would feel empowered by the Trump election to be racist assholes who will go around insulting minorities, hassling gays, and grabbing women. It would appear that of all the so-called reports, that almost none of them have any proof, and those where some evidence exists have all pointed to them being hoaxes. 

Just as most of the stuff the left is expecting to happen now that Trump has been officially elected President... it's mostly just overreaction and quite frankly a misreading of what Trump support is really about. Because the left cannot accept that there is any legitimacy to the Trump campaign, the Trump message, or the Trump win, it has to be racism and bigotry. 

Short of any real proof that this is true, they resort to manufacturing the evidence. Fake but true, as Dan Rather once stated. Fake but true, at least in their minds. 

Sad really... 

45 comments:

Commonsense said...

Kind of ironic that the very media outlets that are demanding social media to stop "fake news" are themselves spreading "fake news".

But since it comes from a liberal source Politifact will rate it "half-true".

Commonsense said...

Meanwhile this is not a hate crime.

an out-of-control passenger on her [Ivanka Trump] flight began verbally berating her and "jeering" at her 3 kids.
Ivanka was on a JetBlue flight leaving JFK Thursday morning with her family when a passenger started screaming, "Your father is ruining the country." The guy went on, "Why is she on our flight. She should be flying private." The guy had his kid in his arms as he went on the tirade.


The New York Times applauds.

C.H. Truth said...

That guy's "husband" had stated on social media that his husband was on a plane with Ivanka Trump and was going to "harass her".

I find it very strange that they were flying coach... but they were. Figured they could at least afford first class.

Roger Amick said...

Hack

Commonsense said...

I don't believe JetBlue has a first class section.

Hard to believe that JetBlue has the only flights from JFK to West Palm Beach at that time.

Roger Amick said...

Hack attack.

Washington Post
Kellyanne Conway, the Republican pollster who managed Donald Trump's campaign in its final months, will be appointed counselor to the president, the transition team announced Thursday.

"She is a tireless and tenacious advocate of my agenda and has amazing insights on how to effectively communicate our message. I am pleased that she will be part of my senior team in the West Wing," the president-elect said in a statement.

rrb said...



my default position on all of these 'occurrences' is to believe them to be hoaxes until proven otherwise.

saves time.

rrb said...

I find it very strange that they were flying coach... but they were.
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i know wealthy people who can afford to fly their own private plane, or at least belong to net jets, who fly coach exclusively.

when you come from nothing and earn your wealth, old habits die hard.

rrb said...

Roger Amick said...

Hack
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

your dear leader? he sure is alky -



The White House opposed a Republican-led push earlier this year to create an executive-branch task force to battle Russia’s covert information operations, according to a document obtained by POLITICO.

Sen. Tom Cotton, a leading GOP defense hawk who has long urged President Barack Obama to take a harder line on Russia, sought to force the White House to create a panel with representatives from a number of government agencies to counter Russian efforts "to exert covert influence," including by exposing Russian "falsehoods, agents of influence, corruption, human rights abuses, terrorism, and assassinations.”

But the administration rejected the call, saying in a letter to Congress that hasn’t been released publicly that the panel would duplicate existing efforts to battle Russian influence operations — an argument Cotton rejects.

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/12/russia-cotton-white-house-232896

so it was the GOP who wanted to combat known russian influence on our electoral process, and 0linsky squashed it because he thought the hag had the election in the bag.

Roger Amick said...

Twelve days before the presidential election, FBI Director James B. Comey dispatched a senior aide to deliver a startling message to the Justice Department. Comey wanted to send a letter to Congress alerting them that his agents had discovered more emails potentially relevant to the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
....Federal attorneys scrambled into offices on the fourth and fifth floors of Justice Department headquarters, where they huddled to figure out how to stop what they viewed as a ticking time bomb. “It was DEFCON 1,” said an official familiar with the deliberations. “We were in­cred­ibly concerned this could have an impact on the election.”
....Weeks before the letter, Comey had advised against the Obama administration public statement admonishing Russia for the Democratic Party hacks, arguing it would make the administration appear partisan too close to the election. But to him, the Clinton email investigation was different. Battered by Republican lawmakers during a hearing that summer, Comey feared he would come under further attack if word leaked about the Clinton case picking up again.

caliphate4vr said...

this is awesome...

Loretta Russo said...

LOL

KD, The Mutt is so stupid said...

Kellyanne Conway, The First WOMAN to Lead a campaign to victory.

Look at what she accomplished ( I know that is a different standard the is used for the Partisipation Trophy President and failed Hillary).

She is perfect for this job, she is a well educated, self made woman and she defeated both Hillary Machine of Money and the none stop lies about Trump and now His Family.

Remember when in politics the family was off limits?

I do, it was Pre-Transformation of the USA.

ROLL IT BACK < ROLL IT BACK>

KD, Class returning to White House said...

I HOPE every Liberal feels like Moochelle Obimbo. Hopeless.

Remember when she lied about being treated differently as a customer because she was black and felt every single American should know who she is and kiss her ass then her feet, I DO.

Obamas talked with People magazine about dealing with their “own racist experiences,” as the magazine described.

Michelle Obama told one story that recently took place, even as she was first lady of the United States.

“I tell this story – I mean, even as the first lady – during that wonderfully publicized trip I took to Target, not highly disguised, the only person who came up to me in the store was a woman who asked me to help her take something off a shelf. Because she didn’t see me as the first lady, she saw me as someone who could help her. Those kinds of things happen in life. So it isn’t anything new,” Michelle Obama, who is 5’11”, said."

what a cheap petty woman.




Contrast that bs with this class.

While flying with her kids,
A fellow passenger said later that Ivanka told security and flight staff she did not want to make the incident a thing and have anyone removed from the flight '

KD, Alky aka the Mutt, is a special kind of stupid said...

Washington Post
Kellyanne Conway" The Mutt

Why did you feel the need to post that same cut n paste three times on this blog.

Is she your new Sarah Palin ?

KD DOA Mutt said...

"Democrats are the party that has policies that are better for for them." The Mutt


You made a comment and then ran from it that was very similar to the one above, you stated that your team had the better economic plan for the Country, when ask to spell those out, you ran.

Don't run again, do tell us in great detail and this time in your own words what policies that effect the financial lives of working Americans does your team have that are far better then Trumps?



December 22, 2016 at 5:35 AM


HB is always running away from comments he stole somewhere and cut n paste them here, when asked to respond with facts , well he do run run run.

wphamilton said...

what policies that effect the financial lives of working Americans does your team have that are far better then Trumps?

That's a really soft pitch. I won't step on Roger's response, but let me throw out taxing the super-rich to help pay for health care subsidies (for instance) which keeps premiums down for working Americans.

caliphate4vr said...

me throw out taxing the super-rich to help pay for health care subsidies (for instance) which keeps premiums down for working Americans.

But better policy would be to give an individual tax credit, to purchasers of individual health insurance than a subsidy.

Roger Amick said...

Even the Wall Street Journal thinks Trump is fucking nuts. But our host keeps being a hack in pursuit of a job in the White House.

President-elect Trump’s choice for ambassador to Israel, the attorney David Friedman, has been received in some quarters with contempt and disbelief. Mr. Friedman’s presumed failings are said to be many. As a lawyer, he has no diplomatic or foreign policy experience. He is a right-wing “extremist,” supposedly because he supports expanding settlements and moving the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

At its core, criticism of Mr. Friedman reflects the erroneous notion that only professionally trained diplomats can do the job. That is simply false. Modern diplomacy—which I experienced as Canada’s ambassador to Israel—is an anachronistic system of entitlement and privilege aligned with the aristocratic sensibilities of the late 19th century. The “foreign service” model that prevails today was the institutional response to a surfeit of well-bred, indolent men needing something to do. So they were sent abroad to underwrite fancy parties and salons, in the name of the King, Queen or Republic.

Two world wars made a hash of the old order, but Western diplomats have held fast to their entitlements. They indulge a posh lifestyle that mostly disappeared from the private sector as governance standards were enhanced. It is difficult to explain layers of servants and personal drivers to shareholders, never mind taxpayers.

http://www.wsj.com/articles/why-diplomats-are-agog-at-trumps-ambassador-to-israel-1482192085?mod=djcm_fb3plus_12916

cowardly king obama said...

hb,

do you even have any understanding of what you posted??? The WSJ is liking this pick and you left off the end of this article -

"Today, Messrs. Trump and Friedman are excoriated for expressing serious intent to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Some argue this would ignite Muslim fury and global mayhem. But it raises the question: How, exactly, does locating the embassy in West Jerusalem—which is not disputed territory—in any way predetermine the outcome of any negotiations regarding East Jerusalem? It doesn’t. This is a fallacy propagated by rejectionists of Israel and accepted unquestioningly by the international diplomatic community.
The effect of political appointments to diplomatic posts is critical. It signals to foreign governments (as well as domestic interests) that the relationship is a priority for the elected leader. It also allows the officeholder to select an envoy that he or she deeply trusts.

Professional diplomats resent the affront that such appointments represent. They reject “outsiders” for leapfrogging the system, for their access to the top, for their perceived impunity, for their utter unsuitability to the exalted foreign service. Mr. Friedman may be many things. But the notion that only those who have passed the foreign-service examination are worthy of an ambassadorship is laughable.

Mr. Trump was elected by the American people on a platform of change. Those who bring change, by nature, shock the system. The world of diplomacy—in the Middle East and elsewhere—could use more of them. Which is to say, it could use more David Friedmans"

what a stupid and blind hack you are... ROFLMFAO !!!!!

Roger Amick said...

Trump tweeted, "The United States must greatly strengthen and expand its nuclear capability until such time as the world comes to its senses regarding nukes."

"Can a tweet start an arms race? This one may just have done that," said Joseph Cirincione, president of Ploughshares Fund, a global security foundation.

Trump spokesman Jason Miller said in a statement to NBC News that "President-elect Trump was referring to the threat of nuclear proliferation and the critical need to prevent it — particularly to and among terrorist organizations and unstable and rogue regimes. He has also emphasized the need to improve and modernize our deterrent capability as a vital way to pursue peace through strength."

Miller did not respond to a follow-up question asking whether that meant Trump was not, in fact, calling for more nuclear weapons.

Trump campaign manager and soon-to-be White House counselor Kellyanne Conway later Thursday said on MSNBC's The Rachel Show that the president-elect was "not trying to change policy" but rather putting rogue nations "on notice."

Donald J. Trump

@realDonaldTrump

The United States must greatly strengthen and expand its nuclear capability until such time as the world comes to its senses regarding nukes
8:50 AM - 22 Dec 2016

Duck and Cover!

Roger Amick said...

Paul, this sounds good until you put it into practice.

But better policy would be to give an individual tax credit, to purchasers of individual health insurance than a subsidy.

The problem is those who most can't afford insurance without a subsidy, don't make enough money to get a tax break big enough to cover the cost of insurance.

That leaves millions who flip your burgers, wash your car, mow your lawn, etc, etc, and work for Walmart.

Caliphate4vr said...

The problem is those who most can't afford insurance without a subsidy, don't make enough money to get a tax break big enough to cover the cost of insurance.

If you think Bumblecare helps them you're a fool,

Those that can't afford a subsidy are Medicaid

Roger Amick said...

It's been 148 days since the President Elect has held a press conference, yet there still isn't a count down on the 2.0 blog that was at the top when Hillary Clinton was running for President. But for some reason, hack hack hack, that there is no count app on the page.

How about one that notes he has made 1491 tweets since that day. Government by 140 characters. It's going to be a long, LONG four or God forbid, eight years.

Cheryl said...

The fake news is the maistream propaganda media. The real news are the alternaive websites that actually have facts from primary sources, not a propaganda storyline that is fed the people. People have wised up to the fact that the mainstream media feeds them lies.

Roger Amick said...

Increasingly over the last two weeks, reports have circulated that Donald Trump was having trouble finding celebrities to perform at his inauguration ceremony. Names like Celine Dion , Garth Brooks, Elton John, John Legend, and Andrea Bocelli all declined invitations by the Trump transition team. Backlash from millions across social media has played a role in the decision for many artists, who are worried that appearing for the billionaire real estate mogul might hurt their image and career.

Roger Amick said...

Donald J. Trump ✔ @realDonaldTrump
The United States must greatly strengthen and expand its nuclear capability until such time as the world comes to its senses regarding nukes
8:50 AM - 22 Dec 2016



Trump is repudiating these famous quotes by Ronald Reagan.

Reagan and Gorbachev negotiate outside the Reykjavik Summit 1986
“We seek the total elimination one day of nuclear weapons from the face of the Earth.”
Ronald Reagan, Inaugural Address, 1981

“A nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought. The only value in our two nations possessing nuclear weapons is to make sure they will never be used. But then would it not be better to do away with them entirely?”
Ronald Reagan, 1984 State of the Union

“It is my fervent goal and hope…that we will some day no longer have to rely on nuclear weapons to deter aggression and assure world peace. To that end the United States is now engaged in a serious and sustained effort to negotiate major reductions in levels of offensive nuclear weapons with the ultimate goal of eliminating these weapons from the face of the earth.”
Ronald Reagan, October 20, 1986

“I can’t believe that this world can go on beyond our generation and on down to succeeding generations with this kind of weapon on both sides poised at each other without someday some fool or some maniac or some accident triggering the kind of war that is the end of the line for all of us. And I just think of what a sigh of relief would go up from everyone on this earth if someday–and this is what I have–my hope, way in the back of my head–is that if we start down the road to reduction, maybe one day in doing that, somebody will say, ‘Why not all the way? Let’s get rid of all these things’.”
Ronald Reagan, May 16, 1983

Reagan and Gorbachev at the Reykjavik Summit
“My central arms control objective has been to reduce substantially, and ultimately to eliminate, nuclear weapons and rid the world of the nuclear threat. The prevention of the spread of nuclear explosives to additional countries is an indispensable part of our efforts to meet this objective. I intend to continue my pursuit of this goal with untiring determination and a profound sense of personal commitment.”
Ronald Reagan, March 25, 1988 Message to Congress on NPT

“Peace is not the absence of conflict, it is the ability to handle conflict by peaceful means.”
Ronald Reagan, from Reagan’s Secret War by Martin and Annelise Anderson’s
“The challenge of statesmanship is to have the vision to dream of a better, safer world and the courage, persistence, and patience to turn that dream into a reality.”
Ronald Reagan, from Reagan’s Secret War by Martin and Annelise Anderson’s
“Our moral imperative is to work with all our powers for that day when the children of the world grow up without the fear of nuclear war.”

Roger Amick said...

Just for Paul, aka Cali

Nearly 6.4 million people have signed up for 2017 Obamacare coverage on the federal exchanges — 400,000 more than last year — the federal government said Wednesday.

States with largest enrollment.

Florida 1,300,000
Texas. 760,000
North Carolina 369,000
Georgia. 352,000
Pennsylvania 291,000
3,072,000

All of them voted for Trump.
They truth is that most who lose their insurance and be be forced into Medicare, but most if not all of them won't because the Republican governments refused to bear their costs.

KD, Hope All Liberals are very Sad, Embrace the SUCK said...

This guy should be in US Prison not getting a fat gov't for life retirement.

"NEW YORK — U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel thought he would be wrapping up his 46-year career in Congress on a note of triumph, leaving office at the same time as a history-making fellow Democrat, President Barack Obama, with the country in the hands of longtime friend Hillary Clinton.

Instead, the gravelly-voiced New Yorker said he is exiting to "a nightmare," the ascendancy of Donald Trump.

"I keep waking up thinking that it's a dream, bad dream," he told The Associated Press in an interview in the days before his retirement.

But Rangel is also perversely hopeful that a Trump presidency will be so jarring, it will unite Democrats and Republicans in Congress at last, at least on some issues."


NO HOPE IN THE USA Memo from Mooch on Parade.

KD, Dems lost on issues, deal with it said...

HB, that is all you have, is it worth the 4 Trillion it will add to the already 20 Trillion dollar National Debt?

No wonder Hillary lost, this is all you have on the
"Better policies" .

Why is it that during 8 years of Obama/Biden they did not work to get at least one minimum wage increase?

Trump, does not aim for "minimum's" that is the ideals of dependent class Democrats.

When did it become the responsibility of the USA to pay all of the bills of the interlopers?

I want my check back, Trump is going to do that and more.

#1 Issue in this past Election - Jobs


KD, Bill schlonged Hillary said...

It has been a very bitter loss, sure those that need to suckle on a bone like the Mutt will talk about a meaningless issue of the total votes, it was not a path to most voters , it was the path to 270.
Then when they lost in a landslide the issue is not do away with the electoral college, why, well because they lost.
Then you have the backstabbers, like poor old stupid Joe Biden, what a cuckold, he was told to sit down and shut up, it is time to elect Hillary because, well she is a C@nt.

Stolen from the Liberals was the scene, picture it with me will you. Black President hands off power to the first C@nt, Never mind 8 years that we just struggled thru and had failures on an epic scale, the Scene is what matters, HER is what mattered and 4 more years of failure.

Bill the Rapist really helped Trump by telling the US Voter that ObamaCare :
"You've got this crazy system where all of a sudden 25 million more people have health care, and then the people who are out there busting it, sometimes 60 hours a week, wind up with their premiums doubled and their coverage cut in half and it's the craziest thing in the world," former President Bill Clinton said Monday at a rally in Michigan. He also said, "But the people getting killed in this deal are the small business people and individuals who make just a little bit too much ,,,,"
He said this in Michigan, what did Michigan do that it had not done in many Election Cycles, oh yeah, IT voted for Trump.

KD, Bitter Biden said...

And then there is this bit of throwing Hillary under the Bulldozer by old stupid slow joe, a guy that should have run, might have won.


"
Washington (CNN) — Hillary Clinton felt compelled to run for president despite lacking a clear campaign vision, Vice President Joe Biden argued in an interview published Thursday.

"I don't think she ever really figured it out," Biden told the Los Angeles Times' Mike Memoli. "And by the way, I think it was really hard for her to decide to run."





Biden said Clinton likely felt obliged to run for president and that the historic nature of her bid weighed on her decision-making.

"She thought she had no choice but to run. That, as the first woman who had an opportunity to win the presidency, I think it was a real burden on her," Biden said.


It has all been taken away from the Liberal Democrat Party. The Optics were going to be great, the policies, well, joe said it best.

rrb said...

Nearly 6.4 million people have signed up for 2017 Obamacare coverage on the federal exchanges — 400,000 more than last year — the federal government said Wednesday.
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uh huh.

the 0linsky regime has also told us that 20 million have insurance since 0linsky-care was launched. and we know that's a lie.

numbers don't lie but liars can count, alky.



rrb said...

But better policy would be to give an individual tax credit, to purchasers of individual health insurance than a subsidy.
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absolutely true except for the fact that after several generations of increasing government dependency, a majority of american's have been indoctrinated with the belief that government must feed them, clothe them, and wipe their asses from cradle to grave.

self-sufficiency holds no allure anymore. american society has devolved into tribes of special interest groups all vying for their "fair share" of free shit.

and i think that as a nation, we're too far gone to ever reverse course.

as roger will tell you, democrats have better "programs and policies." and voting for them means voting for ones own "self interest" - a seat at the buffet table of government largesse`.


wphamilton said...

But better policy would be to give an individual tax credit, to purchasers of individual health insurance than a subsidy.
...
Those that can't afford a subsidy are Medicaid


Tax break, subsidy, if it's the same dollars for the same people, just the label is different. Add it to earned income credit for the low wage workers, sure, I'm good with that. Either way, balancing it with a tax on the super-rich, it's a policy that the Democrats would propose to help working Americans.

KD, HB per normal got nothing, idiot said...

HB that is all you have on the "better policies" one, ObamaBankruptingCare, no wonder HER lost.

Both Obama and Biden believe that the Socialist Democrat party has become the "elite" out of touch with the working man/woman.

I agree, but, nothing new, the Socialist Democrat has been about the interloper since FDR started to give the workers wages thru work to those that didn't.

We have to reduce the interlopers numbers and make work pay again.


Number 1 issue of the Election Jobs.

The Presidential Race is always about JOBS.

KD said...

We are at the tail end of 8 nightmarish years for the US Worker.

Can anyone tell me why Obama did so little, other then run his suck and attack private business at every turn in every way?

Point, he never put in the work to get a minimum wage increase, the only one that happened as he did his best place holding was done by Bush.

Who has another policy of Hillary's that does not, I repeat, does not include transfer of wealth from those that work and earn the money to the interloper class?

KD, This is too fun said...

Anytime you hear the Socialist Democrat Party yelling about something, know for sure that they have done it.

Hillary baby tears falling in the woods, does anyone hear HER.


"Barack Obama has warned that the UK would be at the “back of the queue” in any trade deal with the US if the country chose to leave the EU, as he made an emotional plea to Britons to vote for staying in."

Using Trade as a weapon, I hear SD's hate that, or is that only When President Elect Trump suggest it?

Trump should give the job of Chief Curtain Hanger and Carpet Cleaner to Hillary, you know, reach across the isle.

caliphate4vr said...

ax break, subsidy, if it's the same dollars for the same people, just the label is different. Add it to earned income credit for the low wage workers, sure, I'm good with that. Either way, balancing it with a tax on the super-rich, it's a policy that the Democrats would propose to help working Americans.

The problem is the current law completely screws over anyone making above 250% of the federal poverty level, which isn't hard to achieve, since you must buy this mandate ladened hunk of shit with after tax money.

That is why the Urban Institute found that more than 80% of those earning between 100% and 150% of the federal poverty level (FPL)–the poor–signed up for Obamacare coverage in 2015 but only about 30% of those earning between 200% and 300% of the FPL signed up. Even worse, only about 14% of those earning between 300% and 400% of the FPL signed up in 2015.

The law is brutal on the middle class and i have been saying that since its passage

caliphate4vr said...

uh huh.

the 0linsky regime has also told us that 20 million have insurance since 0linsky-care was launched. and we know that's a lie.

numbers don't lie but liars can count, alky.


And Roger runs out and touts those lies every time

Roger Amick said...

http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2016/12/19/trump-counties-would-see-big-impact-from-obamacare-repeal/

The Wall Street Journal

When he campaigned for president, Donald Trump made repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act a signature issue. Polling suggests that such a move would have the biggest impacts on communities that gave Mr. Trump some of his highest levels of support, potentially complicating the politics of a repeal effort.

More than 20 million Americans now depend on the ACA, also known as Obamacare, for health insurance. Data from Gallup indicate that a lot of those people live in counties that favored Mr. Trump.

The Gallup data, analyzed with the county typology from the American Communities Project, show that eight county types have seen increases in health insurance coverage greater than the national average. Six of those types — representing about 77 million people or 33 million votes, a quarter of the total cast — sided with Mr. Trump, some by very large margins.


Some of the county categories listed in the table were particularly important to Mr. Trump. Swaths of largely rural Graying America, Rural Middle America and Working Class Country counties make up large parts of Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, the states that led to Mr. Trump’s victory.

The fact that insurance coverage rates increased in those counties is not a surprise. They are the kinds of places that the ACA targeted when it aimed to expand coverage. The county categories that show big upticks in insurance coverage had been below the national average for coverage rates in 2008, according to Gallup data. Many of them have median incomes below the national average and struggle with higher than average unemployment rates.

Viewed through a political lens, the numbers suggest a challenge for Mr. Trump and the GOP-led Congress. If Mr. Trump keeps his campaign promise to scrap and replace the ACA, communities that gave him some of his biggest margins would likely see the biggest impact. That reality may be behind Mr. Trump’s expressed interest in holding onto at least parts of the law, particularly provisions that bar insurers from denying insurance on the basis of preexisting conditions and which allow people to keep their older children on parents’ plans.

At the same time, some people who gained insurance coverage may nevertheless dislike the law—among other reasons, because coverage was mandated. In other words, just because people follow a mandate doesn’t mean they necessarily support it.

Gallup’s data show that nationally, 53% disapprove of the law, while 42% approve of it. That’s despite the fact that the uninsured rate in the U.S. sank to 10.9% in the third quarter of 2016, according to Gallup. That’s the lowest since Gallup began tracking the figure nine years ago.

Roger Amick said...


Gallup’s data show that nationally, 53% disapprove of the law, while 42% approve of it. That’s despite the fact that the uninsured rate in the U.S. sank to 10.9% in the third quarter of 2016, according to Gallup. That’s the lowest since Gallup began tracking the figure nine years ago.

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Roger Amick said...

I love Google.

I find the Coldheartedtruth in five minutes.

KD, Obama is Hopeless again, lol said...

More than 20 million Americans now depend on the ACA" The Mutt


Yep, dependence the 2nd leg of the Socialist stool.


KD, RIP Jane said...

This is going to be a very white Christmas the first in 8 years.

So go, enjoy your friends and family and protect all the snow flakes, because they are in a deep funk .

One that is making me a very happy person, politically.


The Trump Effect


Consumer Confidence SOARS to 13 year High,,, ta da.