Your opinion of it doesn't make it true. Conservatives have spent a good chunk of this year trying to convince the public that Obamacare is the spawn of Satan and needs to be repealed in its entirety. For all their efforts, though, they seem to be convincing no one. Indeed, if anything, support for repeal is dropping. This is the finding in the new Kaiser Health Tracking poll, conducted just after the election. In that poll, 49 percent of respondents wanted to either expand the Affordable Care Act (27 percent) or keep it as is (22 percent). Just 33 percent wanted to either repeal it and replace with a Republican alternative (14 percent) or repeal it without a replacement (19 percent). It appears you're in the minority "opinion" on this.His first two years were with a Democrat Congress. He passed the most destructive legislation in US history. ObamaCare.
When are you going to stop spouting this nonsense? Listen to Rubio's response. It's one attack after another blaming Obama for everything. This is your response to what I posted?? . What do you say to the immediate effort by the Repubs after his first inauguration? Quiet on that aren't you? When are you going to take responsibility for the 8 years that got us into this mess?Blaming Republicans for his foolishness is desperate and lame. When are you guys going to take responsibillity ?
Try this one. The United States was a liberal idea to begin with. It's lasted over 200 years.Liberalism ? Succesful ? In what universe?
Our economy is way ahead of theirs. Are you advocating austerity? Look at Greece and see how successful that is going.In Greece, France, Spain ? I mean its exceedingly apparent as the US turns down the moron road that massive structural debt, high unemoyment, a growing dependent class is not exactly "successful".
Last night Rubio came out with exactly the same garbage that Romney offered and the country rejected. Same story. Different face.
Extremism: A threat at home, a threat abroad.
**** that. Take a roommate. Move in with relatives. Stop looking for free-stuff.
Because oil is a global commodity, increasing domestic production will do very little to bring down retail prices, although it does help narrow the trade deficit as America spends less on imports. On this score, America is doing much better than the Republicans will admit. In 2005, oil imports accounted for nearly 60 percent of America’s daily consumption. In 2010, for the first time in recent memory, imports were less than half of consumption, and last year, imports were only 45 percent — 8.6 million barrels a day of the 19 million consumed. There are two reasons for this welcome shift: production is up and oil consumption is down. Production of crude oil and other liquid fuels, onshore and offshore, reached about 10.3 million barrels daily in 2011, its highest level since the late 1980s.
You are wrong too in 1970 it was $6.47, I read accross to 1998 by mistake.
“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists to adapt the world to himself.
Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” ― George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman