Seriously man, talk about shackling your economy... well being... and frickin WALLET!!!! GTFO of my WALLET!!!! O'S BROKEN PROMISES - New York Post Meanwhile the protests havent stopped in Iran, nary a peep here.
The most recent ABC News/Washington Post poll (June 21) finds that 83 percent of Americans are very satisfied or somewhat satisfied with the quality of their health care, and 81 percent are similarly satisfied with their health insurance.
But he stands for change remember...yet none of the dolts who got wet for him ever wanted to here what that "change" was or would be...just as long as it wasn't a Republican. I knew this was going to happen. Most of the people bitching about Obama in my neck-of-the-woods are folks who praised and voted for him, now they are feeling voter remorse - oh well, you make your bed you sleep in it.:beer:
That's the 83% that have health care hah
Moose12;4953388That's the 83% that have health care hah
So…if you have healthcare privately or through your work, you’re ok if they lose their current coverage and/or care providers in lieu of government insurance that will compromise their current coverage or level of coverage needed, and if they don’t accept a lesser coverage or coverage at all businesses and individuals can be financially penalized and face jail time under US tax codes for not paying tax penalties associated with these new polices? Wow...:rolleyes: I have really good healthcare, it is not the best, but is the best my nonprofit organization can afford. Have you read through any part of this bill? I have. If this is allowed to happen, my company will be one of the ones forced into the government run health program. My employer has instructed us that under the new bill (if it becomes law) it will actually mean less coverage than we have now, and because they are nonprofit and because it will cost them more than their current program they would either need to layoff more employees to compensate or see if the government would extend the grace period. If they did not extend the grace period families (like mine) could incur thousands of dollars in IRS penalties. I could not afford that, I can barely afford the taxes I have now because the tax code has not been updated since the sixties and has yet to be adjusted to accept inflation (reason why the working class is slipping farther and father into the “working poor”). Failure to pay back taxes can force families into further financial legal hardships to fight these penalties (if they even can), ruin their credit due to IRS leans and even lead to job loss (as many jobs in the US require adequate credit history to maintain your job or to even get one). You mean that 83%?
AlDaja;4953358But he stands for change remember...yet none of the dolts who got wet for him ever wanted to here what that "change" was or would be...just as long as it wasn't a Republican. I knew this was going to happen. Most of the people bitching about Obama in my neck-of-the-woods are folks who praised and voted for him, now they are feeling voter remorse - oh well, you make your bed you sleep in it.:beer:
Aye, same here. My old roommate was a kool aid drinker, and only now is he starting to wake up and realize that Obama isn't all that he was cracked up to be. I still remember a conversation with him during the campaign:
"Why do you trust Obama so much? He's just another politician, a Chicago politician at that."
'Well, Obama is different. He's not like other politicians."
"How is he different?"
"He just is. He doesn't lie to us."
"How do you know he's not lieing? He's not even in office yet, he can promise whatever he wants to get there, like every other politician."
"He's just different, alright! "
And now, when I message him, he admits that Obama promised the world, and is completely failing :P
Moose12;4953388That's the 83% that have health care hah[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=AlDaja;4953408]post
^^^that^^^ OK so 17% of the population does not have health care, you know the ones dying in the streets... OB has my full support in doing something for them, you know the ones that doctors step over on while they enter the hospitals... leave me the hell alone. Jeeeeesus, Im gonna go all Glen Beck up in here.
Obama : "IF you like your current healthcare plan you can keep it , nothing will change. End of story"
Opening statement of the story I linked...
PRESIDENT Obama promises that "if you like your health plan, you can keep it," even after he reforms our health-care system. That's untrue. The bills now before Congress would force you to switch to a managed-care plan with limits on your access to specialists and tests.
And even if I do like my health plan. It's what my company provides me with. So the real statement should be "If your company likes their health plan they can keep it"
Seriously folks, virtually nothing he said in the campaign was true, he has gone back on virtually every promise he made - some things I'm glad he did lie about, like keeping the terrorist surveillance programs; keeping enemy combatants in custody, keeping Guantanamo Bay open, keep using client states for detention and interrogation, keep using contractors to do Defense Dept work, keep tribunals for enemy prisoners, keep the combatants in custody even if they are acquitted, staying in Iraq, expanding war in Afghanistan, keeping Defense Of Marriage Act, keeping Don't Ask-Don't Tell and so on, whew.
But then there are the huge whopper about 95% of Americans getting tax cuts, etc. Just read the article to see the others. It's pitiful that the mainstream media still is part of the Obama Adminsitration.
Your wallet?, wich wallet?, your wallet is property of the Politburo