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Thursday, May 4, 2017

Obamacare "altering" vote coming today?

Let's face the facts... this is not a repeal and replace bill. This is little more than a subtle fine tuning of the overall law, done in such a manner that it offends the least amount of people possible. This is just a few steps above offering a bill that does nothing, and then asking legislatures to vote on it.

Although, ironically the Democrats would likely vote "no" even if the bill did nothing but confirm that the law stay in place.

(They have truly become the Party of "no" as well as the Party of "penis jokes")

I am guessing that Republican leadership would not bring forward the vote today, unless they had the support to pass it. Of course, the chances of getting sixty votes in the Senate is... let's just way... unlikely.

What's the point other than claiming a political "win" which clearly isn't much of a "win"... other than Donald Trump apparently talking a few congressmen out of making it a total loss.

UPDATE: Bill passes the house 217-213

Winning bigly? 


109 comments:

opie said...

Thanx obama.....for the brisk job growth he left behind. Bet you a buck, that you, kd, and trump will claim responsibility.

Claims have now been below 300,000, a threshold associated with a healthy labor market, for 113 straight weeks. That is the longest such stretch since 1970, when the labor market was smaller. The labor market is close to full employment, with the unemployment rate at a near 10-year low of 4.5 percent.

Loretta Russo said...

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opie said...

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What ever you say, twat.....

KD said...

. The labor market is close to full employment, with the unemployment rate at a near 10-year low of 4.5 percent." Opium the government bread crumbs licker.


I give credit to those workers , business owners that did in FACT, build it.

KD, Lost Years very forgetable said...

the unemployment rate at a near 10-year low of 4.5 percent."

Yep, racing right by the Lost Years.

james said...

It's a shallow attempt at face saving.

james said...


...it is up to the public to quarantine this presidency by insistently communicating to its elected representatives a steady, rational fear of this man whose combination of impulsivity and credulity render him uniquely unfit to take the nation into a military conflict.
--George Wills

Indy Voter said...

Is there any significance to your using a coat hanger as a graphic on a GOP health bill post?

james said...

Pressure Grows on Vulnerable House Republicans

James Hohmann: “GOP leadership aides say they are mindful that the bill cannot pass by just one vote. They know that, if that happens, Democrats can run attack ads describing each supporter of the bill as ‘THE DECIDING VOTE’ on a measure that remains quite unpopular. How do they know this? Because they successfully used that talking point against Democratic senators for three election cycles in a row.

“Annoyingly for the strategists tasked with holding the majority, the number of Republicans with safe seats who are voting no is putting a lot more pressure on vulnerable members in swing districts to support the bill. These guys might normally get a pass because they’re going to face tough races in 2018. But House GOP leaders are now calling in all of their chits.”


Greg Sargent: “A Democratic leadership aide tells me that the CBO has confirmed to Democratic leaders that the CBO score will be completed and delivered next week or the week after. This means moderate and vulnerable House Republicans who are already worried about explaining to their constituents why they voted for the bill — which guts protections for the sick and rolls back coverage for millions of poor and working-class people while delivering a huge tax cut to the rich — will have to justify it again, in light of a nonpartisan analysis spelling out the grisly details of what they really voted for.”

KD, Take the Safety Off and restore the Free Market said...

"we have to pass the bill to see what is in it" worked for Loser Bitch and Obama the Chimp

james said...

Republicans Ask Their Members to Walk the Plank

Rick Klein: “With the American Medical Association and the AARP lobbying for no’s, plus Jimmy Kimmel’s breaking through with a searing personal story, nothing has changed about the basic politics, even as the bill itself has changed. (One thing that hasn’t changed in recent drafts, despite promises to the contrary: special treatment for members of Congress and their staffs.)

“Call it walking the plank, or ‘doo-doo stuck to their shoe’ (to quote House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi), but this is a vote and a move than can’t be taken back. Seven years of GOP promises haven’t changed the fact that Republicans have never really wanted to do what they said they wanted to do. They’re now led by a president who has said plenty of other things, and is more than willing to change where he stands anyway. Republicans are placing trust in their teamwork, on a bill where the impact will be determined in individual states and with unpredictable consequences.”

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james said...

Flashback Quote of the Day

“I don’t think we should pass bills that we haven’t read that we don’t know what they cost.”
— Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), interviewed on MSNBC in 2009.

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Quote of the Day

“Hey GOP, don’t ever lecture us again on fiscal responsibility. You’re about to reorder 1/6 of the US economy with no idea what it costs.”
— Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT), on Twitter.

opie said...

I give credit to those workers , business owners that did in FACT, build it

Horse shit, goat fucker.....go plant a hill...idiot.

opie said...

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May 4, 2017 at 11:17 AM
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Commonsense said...

Is there any significance to your using a coat hanger as a graphic on a GOP health bill post?

I believe CH's point is the bill is just a fix (alteration) to Obamacare rather than a full repeal and replace.

Commonsense said...

He's not altogether wrong.

Commonsense said...

Those Republicans in swing districts were elected on the promise to repeal and replace Obamacare.

Doing nothing is walking the plank.

james said...

Stop wasting our time by quoting the Savage.

Commonsense said...

Annoyed James?

rrb said...




huh.

so it wasn't putin who cost granny the presidency after all -



Now we know: Bill Clinton cost his wife the presidency


https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/now-we-know-bill-clinton-cost-his-wife-the-presidency/2017/05/03/3ecc1398-3044-11e7-9534-00e4656c22aa_story.html?utm_term=.310d761ad595

caliphate4vr said...

Bill passed the house

rrb said...



and the democrats led by pelosi went absolutely apeshit -


http://hotair.com/archives/2017/05/04/live-thread-house-vote-health-care-reform/

Loretta Russo said...

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Loretta Russo said...

Mind your own business pedo.

Loretta Russo said...

It wasn't the Republicans that created this damn mess.

Sit the fuck down and shut up.

Loretta Russo said...

"and the democrats led by pelosi went absolutely apeshit -"

Fuck her and anyone else who doesn't like it.

rrb said...

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Loretta Russo said...

"speaking of spam, i was expecting an alky-lanche of copy/pastes from mommy jones by now."

HA! He's on Facebook spewing hate.

caliphate4vr said...

Up next

House panel passes Republican measure gutting Dodd-Frank reforms

Loretta Russo said...

"Up next"

LOL Lordy.

Full leftist meltdown on the way.....

wphamilton said...

Anything that will effectively "neuter the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau" does far more than just allow banks to gamble with your money. You folks who are so concerned about protecting your privacy and personal financial information shouldn't really be celebrating this.

I have to take periodic online "training" regarding the CFPB and other financial laws and regulations, not that it really has much to do with my actual Software Engineering work. There is enough bite in them that even being careless with your data is the last thing that I'd contemplate doing. I'm sure that some executive is applauding, but I'll still have to study these laws and comply with them even with Trump attacking the protections, and as a consumer I hate to see the protections eroded.

Why on earth do you (anyone) LIKE the idea of Banks speculating in the stock market? What is it about consumer financial protections that vexes you so?

Commonsense said...

Dodd/Frank was directly responsible for institutionalizing "too big to fail".

I don't mind Banks speculating on the stock market.

I just mind bailing them out when they lose.

wphamilton said...

Banks gambling is OK with you, but the consequences of their gambling are not. But you don't want any law prohibiting it or penalizing it. OK.

wphamilton said...

And you're fine with gutting consumer protections, as long as it also protects these Banks when they want to gamble with your money? I don't really follow your reasoning on that part.

Roger Amick said...

wp, his don't have the ability to see past his devotion to Trump.

KD, So the MultiMillionaire Polosy is pissed off, call the car around said...

Wp, let me take a moment to Educate you .


Wells Fargo.


"opie said...
I give credit to those workers , business owners that did in FACT, build it

Horse shit, goat fucker.....go plant a hill...idiot.

May 4, 2017 at 11:20 AM"

President Trump ran with the support of union workers and non-union workers with the support of small, medium and large Business and his message to them, YOU did Build it. And he added, YOU also Paid for it.


Contrast that with Hillary/Warren her bed lick mate and the other wantabe queen obimbo the monkey, "You didn't Build that".

KD, Winning Bigly, OMG FUNNY said...

Faggot Franks defended the two worse offenders, Freddie MacDaddy and his ugly fucking red headed step sister Fanny Mae.

WP, do tell us how those two organizations did not contribute to the 2007/2008 housing meltdown?

Less Government is always, always better.

This nation was not built by wantabe queers like Obama.

Loretta Russo said...

Queers? Faggots?

You sound like PNC and Opie.

rrb said...




wp, the CFPB is nothing more than a shakedown agency running wild with virtually no oversight, and the president id powerless to remove the director.

it's a fucking sham on steroids.

he's some insight as to how it REALLY works from a guy who was there from day one:

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/443227/consumer-financial-protection-bureau-tragic-failures

Ronald L. Rubin was an enforcement attorney at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the chief advisor on regulatory policy at the House Financial Services Committee.

KD said...

Sorry Ette, you are right, We don't need to go to the sewer with them.

"W" warned the Dems.

Click Anytime Maxine Waters talks you know it is going to be pure bull.

Commonsense said...

Banks gambling is OK with you, but the consequences of their gambling are not. But you don't want any law prohibiting it or penalizing it.

The penalty for losing is bankruptcy and being bought out.

If the bank officers committed investment fraud, they go to jail.

That being said, they should be free to make any business decision they they want, reap the rewards when they make the right decision and suffer the consequences if they make a wrong decision.

What shouldn't happen is taxpayers bailing them out when they make a wrong decision.

That's what Dodd/Frank did.

KD, Winning SO Freaking MUCH said...


by Lucas Nolan4 May 201737

Apple CEO Tim Cook announced Wednesday that his company is investing $1 billion in the creation of US manufacturing jobs. "

I want to Thank President Obama for making that happen, Right Opium.

wphamilton said...

If the bank officers committed investment fraud, they go to jail.

I'd like to see that actually happen ... someday ... but lose the protections and they can commit fraud and not only not go to jail, but collect bonuses for it.

caliphate4vr said...

I'd like to see that actually happen ... someday ...

Like Jamie Gorelick?

And that the fact that evil bitch is Kushner's attorney, bothers the living hell out of me

Commonsense said...

I'd like to see that actually happen ... someday ... but lose the protections and they can commit fraud

Making a bad decision is not fraud and nobody should go to jail for just making a bad decision.

That's what you want.

If they lied to get investors to buy into their bad decision, then that is fraud.

At that point, they would go to jail.

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Do us all a favor and shut the fuck up, you stupid, you stupid bitch Thank you.

Loretta Russo said...

LOL. Fuck off drunkard.

Get back to the hospice blog drunkard.

Loretta Russo said...

I gave you a couple of page views on the hospice blog drunkard.

You're welcome.

Roger Amick said...

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Roger Amick said...

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Do us all a favor and shut the fuck up, you stupid, you stupid bitch Thank you

As usual, the poster that has never contributed any intelligent comments to this blog from the firs day she polluted it with this kind of comment like the other worthless Kansan. Her intelligence is at such a low level that she actually believes that comments like Blogger Loretta Russo said...

LOL. Fuck off drunkard.

Get back to the hospice blog drunkard.

May 4, 2017 at 9:01 PM
Blogger Loretta Russo said...

I gave you a couple of page views on the hospice blog drunkard.

You're welcome.

May 4, 2017 at 9:11 PM
are useful in political debate, so I not so nicely request, again to shut the fuck up and let what rarely passes for intelligent comments to those who actually once in a while make sense.

Loretta Russo said...

LOL. Unhinged drunkard.

Looking for attention again.

Pitiful old dried up drunk.

Loretta Russo said...

I just gave the hospice blog a page view drunkard.

You're welcome.

Loretta Russo said...

BTW drunkard, you have a bunch of duplicates, LMAO.

Damn old drunkard.

Roger Amick said...

George Will, a long time conservative and highly respected pundit, wrote a strung and very convincing comment in the Washington Post, with the real truth that tells us that we must stop Mr. Trump. Although I have usually differed with him, but his intelligence and understanding or political reality a;ways made e think beyond my opinion. But from the reality of Donald Trump, he has written intelligent coldheartedtruth about Mr Trump. That is missing from this site, so once in a while I waste my time demonstrating to those who have gone beyond a knee jerk love of Donald Trump, once he won the election.

I know that not one of the conservatives here will believe this. Even our esteemed host hs bought into the belief that anything that Donald Trump does not agree with, sees all things contrary to the opinion, aka "The Truth" so help e God and dismisses all other words by those who dare disagree with Mr. Trump are telling the "Fake Truth" . It has gone beyond political opinion to a quasi-Religious belief in Mr Trump's as a religious figure who can do no wrong.

Trump has a dangerous disability.

t is urgent for Americans to think and speak clearly about President Trump’s inability to do either. This seems to be not a mere disinclination but a disability. It is not merely the result of intellectual sloth but of an untrained mind bereft of information and married to stratospheric self-confidence.

In February, acknowledging Black History Month, Trump said that “Frederick Douglass is an example of somebody who’s done an amazing job and is getting recognized more and more, I notice.” Because Trump is syntactically challenged, it was possible and tempting to see this not as a historical howler about a man who died 122 years ago, but as just another of Trump’s verbal fender benders, this one involving verb tenses.

Now, however, he has instructed us that Andrew Jackson was angry about the Civil War that began 16 years after Jackson’s death. Having, let us fancifully imagine, considered and found unconvincing William Seward’s 1858 judgment that the approaching Civil War was “an irrepressible conflict,” Trump says:


It goes far beyond his inability the see the facts as facts, not just an opinion as he said to a reporter of CBS News: You can believe what you want" and walked away. The question was on the false claim that the Obama administration wire tapped the Trump tower in New York.

This site won't let post videos, or photographs, or long word commentary.

As president-elect, Trump did not know the pedigree and importance of the one-China policy. About such things he can be, if he is willing to be, tutored. It is, however, too late to rectify this defect: He lacks what T.S. Eliot called a sense “not only of the pastness of the past, but of its presence.” His fathomless lack of interest in America’s path to the present and his limitless gullibility leave him susceptible to being blown about by gusts of factoids that cling like lint to a disorderly mind.

Americans have placed vast military power at the discretion of this mind, a presidential discretion that is largely immune to restraint by the Madisonian system of institutional checks and balances. So, it is up to the public to quarantine this presidency by insistently communicating to its elected representatives a steady, rational fear of this man whose combination of impulsivity and credulity render him uniquely unfit to take the nation into a military conflict.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/trump-has-a-dangerous-disability/2017/05/03/56ca6118-2f6b-11e7-9534-00e4656c22aa_story.html?utm_term=.66ef2fcd657a

Loretta Russo said...

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rrb said...

It has gone beyond political opinion to a quasi-Religious belief in Mr Trump's as a religious figure who can do no wrong.
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more psychological projection from 0linsky's chief nutsack polisher.

you DO know that's what this IS, right rog?

psychological projection?

btw, congrats on your upcoming 5 year participation trophy from the society of drunken sots.



Loretta Russo said...

"btw, congrats on your upcoming 5 year participation trophy from the society of drunken sots."

From the looks of things, he didn't make it.

Commonsense said...

And to think. Everybody else pays for his treatments.

KD Hb loser for life said...

US House DramaCrat acted like children for the world to see yesterday.

KD, Alky Lied again said...

Thanks for paying for my transplant!” Roger Krugman Narch 23, 2017


Roger, you lied to us, your medical problems are not nor have they ever been genetically related, your gene pool had nothing to do with your internal organs failing, nada.

Commonsense said...

US House DramaCrat acted like children for the world to see yesterday.

You know, when even Chris Cillizza cringes, you've gone too far.

KD, Chuck Shummer losses another election with sanders and Warren said...

US Consumer Confidence in a Trump Economy went up again in the latest report.




Thanks CS, that was exactly what I am talking about, remember they say "that is not who we are as a Nation".

Well it is what the Clinton/Obama/Warren/Sanders lead DramaCrat Party is, it is who you are. Embrace the Suck.

KD, U-6 President Trump be rocking it said...

Alky you drank your internal organs into failure. It had nothing to do with your genetics.

OH and just for fun I will point out to the Adult blog that you are wrong again, you said that during the President Trump years, we conservatives/Republicans would run from the U-6, at the time you made the projection , I called you on it, told you your full of booze.

So to make my point and prove your wrong, yet again on an item involving economics/finance her you go.

Jan 2017, the end of the Lost Years and that month clocked in a the U-6 at 9.4 % unemployment

March 2017, just two months and some change into the President Trump Economic Era in which from day one HE took Ownership of the US Economy. It clocked in at 8.9 %. That is better then any month during the Lost Years.

Embrace the suck of the Lost Years dumb ass

rrb said...

Commonsense said...
And to think. Everybody else pays for his treatments.
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indeed.

i've never understood the mentality of people who were parasites on society and proud of the fact. i suppose it's because i'm old enough to remember when people who were on the public tit were ashamed of the fact, and they worked extremely hard to become self-reliant again one day.

if we remain on our current trajectory, the generation comprised of our great grandkids will be total and complete wards of the state.

and folks like the alky will consider that a utopian victory of sorts.

rrb said...




hyperbolic liberal asshat goes full-on batshit crazy over house denunciation of 0linsky-care:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/mail-ashes-trumpcare_us_590b9bc3e4b0d5d9049ad475


the entertainment value of the trump presidency is priceless.


KD, Good Morning Opium how is that self inflicted wound said...

i suppose it's because i'm old enough to remember when people who were on the public tit were ashamed of the fact, and they worked extremely hard to become self-reliant again one day." RRB

Exactly.


When Alky comes to from his latest drunk. maybe he will tell us where he ever got the idea that the following was ever true?

"Roger Amick said...
The U6 you loved under Obama, is 5.7%
March 12, 2017 at 9:39 PM"

KD, Calling the Three Liberal Stooges of CHT, come out you cockroaches said...

Rat, Reading the Huffpo is pure entertainment. I looks like the Hospice Blog of Alky, Hate Trump all the time. I read it too.

I see this President Supports and Defends those of US of Faith.

The ACLU promised to sue, IF it is good for America you know that group of pussy hat wearing, diaper pin sporting, leftist will be against it.

Myballs said...

Unemployment down to 4.4%, 211k jobs created.

We'll wait for headbaked to post these numbers and give credit to the president.

opie said...

Anonymous KD, Good Morning Opium how is that self inflicted wound said...
i suppose it's because i'm old enough to remember when people who were on the public tit were ashamed of the fact

Yep, your old enough to also know better.....Saw a # for a retired couple in nebraska, 60 years old, making 40K a year whose health care goes from $2k /YEAR to $14k a year. Be proud it is from the party you voted for you is fucking you the best. I'm sure happy about that. IDIOT!!!

KD, said...

Opium are you over 50 but not yet 65 years old?

opie said...


We'll wait for headband to post these numbers and give credit to the president

I'd willing to bet that the goat fucker will be the first to do that. Nice try, ballz. Your guys are the ones desperate for attention and like to make shit up......

KD, Myballs Thanks for just the facts said...

April U-6 Number 8.6 %, When President Trump took over the Greatest US Economy eva the U-6 was at a lofty 9.4 %..... BLS Data

"Anonymous Myballs said...
Unemployment down to 4.4%, 211k jobs created.

We'll wait for headbaked to post these numbers and give credit to the president.

May 5, 2017 at 7:42 AM"




Roger Krugman laid this turd and then ran of course, so maybe to day he can tell us where he got that number from?

"Roger Amick said...
The U6 you loved under Obama, is 5.7%
March 12, 2017 at 9:39 PM"

opie said...

Anyone notice the photo op after the vote, congratulating a homogenous group of old, rich, white men all prematurely ejaculating on trumps back yesterday. I'd be willing to be we will be seeing a lot of of that picture on the way to the mid term elections. That vote, is not going away as the trump voters who get screwed, with the exception of the goat fucker, come to their collective senses and realize that the party of Lincoln does not give a shit about a coal miner in WV, only the mine owners who will benefit most from the tax cuts they will get. Way to go, IDIOTS!!!

caliphate4vr said...

Fatty and his homoerotic images again

Bizarre how often he discusses other men's ejaculate

opie said...

Here it comes....The cripple krauthammer, predicts something all righties here will not like. Seems to me after trumps comment on the great Australian health care system yesterday, this is not a far fetched tenet. About time an R developed a brain, something missing here.

Conservative columnist and Fox News regular Charles Krauthammer is not a fan of the Affordable Care Act, but after House Republicans voted to partially repeal and replace it on Thursday, he said he thinks, ironically, ObamaCare won the day. "I think what conservatives and Republicans are beginning to understand is how the fundamental view of health care among the American people has changed," he told Tucker Carlson Thursday night. "ObamaCare is a disaster on the ground," he said, "and politically it ruined the Democrats. However, there's an irony and a hidden victory here: Over these past seven years, people's expectations have changed. You watched the debate over the last three months

opie said...

caliphate4vr said...
Fatty and his homoerotic images again

Another lipid comment from our georgia failing salesman. That the best you got, drunkard???? Go play with yourself, it is what you do best. Cue whatever you want asswipe, I'm glad you read my posts. LOLOLOL


Myballs said...

A year ago, Obamacare was down to one carrier in AZ and premiums doubled. These are facts. Obamacare was failing and unsustainable.

Youre not called Dopie for nothing

opie said...

Anonymous Myballs said...
A year ago, Obamacare was down to one carrier in AZ and premiums doubled.

A year ago, you had a brain, what happened????? I don't think that has anything to do with krauthammers posit. Oh well, another wasted education.

KD, Good news drives Liberals nutz said...

Opium, why is it taking you so long to tell us if your age is between 50 and 65, are you over 65, like Alky and on Medicaid like Alky?

caliphate4vr said...

party you voted for you is fucking you the best
Go play with yourself,
bet that the goat fucker
prematurely ejaculating on trumps back


all fatty posts are homoerotic images or bestiality

i'm just curios why visions of other men's penises occupy so much of your time?

opie said...

Anonymous caliphate4vr said...
party you voted for you is fucking you the best
Go play with yourself,
bet that the goat fucker
prematurely ejaculating on trumps back

all fatty posts are homoerotic images or bestiality

And our UGA frat boy, who has nothing to add but NVA sales pitches, continues to be a flaming asshole. Keep repeating my posts, I enjoy your obsession with sex, something you do to yourself with regularity. LOL. Keep it up, cali, if you know what I mean. IDIOT.

opie said...

i'm just curios why visions of other men's penises occupy so much of your time?

What flies over your head, Pauline, is you spend more time to responding and C&Ping than it takes me to post my own drivel. The irony of your stupidity is caught on everyone but you. Thanx for keeping your obsession alive. Idiot.

opie said...

Major heat wave in of all Places, Iceland. Just another fake data point for our deniers of science.

http://icelandreview.com/news/2017/05/04/heat-wave-iceland

cowardly king obama said...


Off to France to preempt any Russian interference with an election. Amazing how arrogant those bastards are.

Still have one opening for a $400,000 speaking engagement as long as you supply teleprompter, else will be slightly more.

And why do people care that Obama doesn't even use Obamacare? Do they think I am stupid?


ROFLMFAO !!!

opie said...

And why do people care that Obama doesn't even use Obamacare? Do they think I am stupid?


Why does congress and the various other officials not use obamacare????

James said...

The Dems' strategy is now to show Senate Republicans EXACTLY what they'll get if they side with Trump:  A catastrophe for them and GOP legislators up and down the ballot.

James said...

Wow. Charles Krauthammer gets real with Republicans:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBpZAV3UCHo

James said...

Krauthammer: "In Less Than Seven Years, We Will Be In A Single-Payer System"
 
Charles Krauthammer on Thursday's Special Report said the American people's views on health care has evolved and thus, ironically, Obamacare wins the day. Krauthammer said health care is not being argued by Republicans in terms of the free market anymore; it is seen now as something the government ought to guarantee.

CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: I think historically speaking we are at the midpoint. We had seven years of Obamacare, a change in expectations. And I would predict that in less than seven years, we will be in a single-payer system. I think that's the great irony of this.

Obamacare failed at every level. Politically, the Democrats were crushed over six years and four elections, whereas you say, they lost seats in the House, the Senate, the governorships, etc. largely because of Obamacare.

It failed on the ground, as was pointed out earlier. The insurers are in a death spiral. The Obamacare exchanges are collapsing. You've had these exchanges, these community exchanges completely disintegrating. But the irony is in the end, I think Obamacare wins the day because it changed expectations. Look at the terms of the debate. Republicans are not arguing the free market anymore. They have sort of accepted the fact that the electorate sees health care as not just any commodity. It's not like purchasing a steak or a car. It is something people now have a sense that government ought to guarantee.

James said...

Another reason Obama will be regarded as one of our most transforming Presidents.

Commonsense said...

US created 211,000 jobs in April, vs 185,000 jobs expected

Job creation in April bounced back from a disappointing March, with nonfarm payrolls growing by 211,000 while the unemployment rate fell to 4.4 percent, its lowest since May 2007.

Economists surveyed by Reuters had been expecting payroll growth of 185,000 and the headline jobless rate to tick up one-tenth to 4.6 percent. The payroll increase nearly tripled the dismal March number.

Market experts believe the report likely cements an imminent interest rate hike.

"The market has sorely needed a shot of unambiguously positive 'hard' data," Quincy Krosby, market strategist at Prudential Financial, said in a statement. "This morning's employment report suggests the Fed will most certainly move in June."


James is DEVASTATINGLY wrong again.

James said...

So the economy has returned to pre-Trump growth?

James said...

Krauthammer nails it.

Commonsense said...

I'd say it's starting to recover nicely from the Obama recession.

KD, Opuim what age are you ?? said...

So the economy has returned to pre-Trump growth?" Jane, the dumbest of the three liberal stooges.


Answer : No, the Labor Market and Unemployment has raced past the Lost Years with low unemployment not seen at all during those Lost Years.

Trump has lower Unemployment as reported by the headline unemployment number and by the U -6, but not as low as reported by HB when he said and I quote.

i suppose it's because i'm old enough to remember when people who were on the public tit were ashamed of the fact, and they worked extremely hard to become self-reliant again one day." RRB

Exactly.


When Alky comes to from his latest drunk. maybe he will tell us where he ever got the idea that the following was ever true?

"Roger Amick said...
The U6 you loved under Obama, is 5.7%
March 12, 2017 at 9:39 PM"

Loretta Russo said...
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Loretta Russo said...

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James said...

Is it true, as Krauthammer says, that Obamacare has changed the expectations of Americans and they now regard healthcare as a RIGHT to be made available to all and facilitated by the government?

And is it true, as Krauthammer says, that Obamacare has ironically won the day and in less than seven years we will have a single payer system? :-)

If so, the Obama legacy is assured.

Commonsense said...

And if you get what you wish James and American healthcare become socialized like the VA with patients dying waiting to be treated, Obama's name will be cursed for all time.

opie said...

And if you get what you wish James and American healthcare become socialized like the VA with patients dying waiting to be treated,

Or maybe it will be successful like Australia with patients getting timely care and costing 1/2 as much as is spent now....And Obama will be worshiped as much as your cultist hero.

opie said...

Unemployment has raced past the Lost Years with low unemployment not seen at all during those Lost Years.

Thanx to the policies of obama with 88 consecutive months of job growth had nothing to do with the 4.4% rate. I'm sure that trump ripping off workers contributed to the growth.

opie said...

KD, Opuim what age are you ?? said...

Shocking, I must have missed what you did to earn your vast wealth. Wonder why, goat fucker.

Commonsense said...

Or maybe it will be successful like Australia with patients

So successful Australia is encouraging its citizens to get private health insurance.

Commonsense said...

Unemployment has raced past the Lost Years with low unemployment not seen at all during those Lost Years.

Thanx to the policies of obama with 88 consecutive months of job growth


And yet all of this lost years happened under Barack Obama and all of those high paying jobs didn't materialize until the inauguration of Donald John Trump.

Think how growth will explode when all that capital starts flowing back to America because of the Trump Tax Reform Act.

opie said...

And yet all of this lost years happened under Barack Obama

Lost years for whom....Idiots like you. Doubling wall street values, saving the car industry and job creation under obama stand on their own. All those high paying jobs are part of your own delusion which trump did nothing to create. Most of those feel good items from ford, carrier, and others were being planned well before trump came on the scene. Capital expenditures in big companies take years to plan and finance. You obviously have no idea how that process works if you give trump credit for them. The only thing that will explode is your head when the trump tax plan is as well written as trump care. Idiot

opie said...

Just as I predicted in the first post of this thread, trump was credited for creating jobs.

Menstral child posted... didn't materialize until the inauguration of Donald John Trump.
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Anonymous opie said...
Thanx obama.....for the brisk job growth he left behind. Bet you a buck, that you, kd, and trump will claim responsibility.

Claims have now been below 300,000, a threshold associated with a healthy labor market, for 113 straight weeks. That is the longest such stretch since 1970, when the labor market was smaller

Loretta Russo said...

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