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    Re: Nelson says he'll support healthcare bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    Bull****. You do not even know my position on UHC, but at least I have one that I can articulate beyond one line. Get back to me when you actually have something to add with content.
    Tell us so that there can be no mistaking, misquoting, or incorrect assessments of what you think.

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    Re: Nelson says he'll support healthcare bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    I always assume you are wrong, so don't pay much attention. What do you want my opinion on specifically? Speak up or let it go.
    Hehehehehehehehe
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    Re: Nelson says he'll support healthcare bill

    congratulations, president obama

    you own it, it better work

    you force individuals to go out and buy insurance for themselves in the name of universal coverage

    10 years of taxes vs 6 years of benefits

    half a T cuts to medicare and medicaid, all while hugely expanding the latter, the ghetto of health care, while dumping 200B of burden on the already bankrupt states

    half a T in cuts to m and m for which you are politically responsible, which aint never gonna happen nohow, exploding our already drastic debt and precipitating fiscal collapse

    a quarter tril DOC FIX, also off budget, also catastrophic deficit-wise

    the process, secretive, closed, fractious, hyper partisan, the bribes---a big part of why polls on the issue are so putrid, in the LOW thirties

    if ANYTHING goes wrong---premiums, costs, deficits, care---you'll be unanimously blamed cuzza the comprehensive intrusiveness of this legislation and the ramrod partisan tactics impelling its passage

    the class act---the young and healthy are scheduled to pay almost as much as the older and ill, with unsustainably upside-down consequences

    the entire senior class, politically, is mortified---i've never seen anthing like it

    seniors run this country---they have all the money, they vote, they know what's going on

    especially in off-years, seniors dominate

    and just wait til the youth vote learns what's in store for them in this bill

    once more, mr president, congrats

    and good luck
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    Re: Nelson says he'll support healthcare bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    Bull****. You do not even know my position on UHC, but at least I have one that I can articulate beyond one line. Get back to me when you actually have something to add with content.
    Yeah why don't you for once in your life, or might it actually bind you to a belief system? Then we can pound you daily on it. Or you can choose not to like usual and skate around here saying "I never said that" or "I never implied that" or "Show me where I said that".
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    Re: Nelson says he'll support healthcare bill

    Quote Originally Posted by EpicDude86 View Post
    Alright, well there's this new theory I've been working on.

    It's called Nannyism, and the Democrat party is keen on it.
    Not really any more creative. Again, the same silliness we've heard for a hundred years or more. What is so difficult with saying I disagree with policy and explaining exactly why without going done the hyperbolic demogogory? Now, this would be something new, refreshing, deserving of debate.

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    Re: Nelson says he'll support healthcare bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    Not really any more creative. Again, the same silliness we've heard for a hundred years or more. What is so difficult with saying I disagree with policy and explaining exactly why without going done the hyperbolic demogogory? Now, this would be something new, refreshing, deserving of debate.
    demogogory? or demagoguery?




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    Re: Nelson says he'll support healthcare bill

    Quote Originally Posted by EpicDude86 View Post
    demogogory? or demagoguery?




    I disagree with Democrat policies because they're inherently evil and make baby Jesus cry!

    What were you saying about trolling? What do you smell now?

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    Re: Nelson says he'll support healthcare bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    What were you saying about trolling? What do you smell now?
    Just checking


    In general I disagree with the scope of Democrat policies. I'm more of a less bureaucracy, more effectively written regulation kind of guy. Democrats want to increase the physical size of government to increase its efficiency and to assist the citizens. This is their socialist lean, creeping in on things that the Citizens can, and often choose not, to do for themselves. However, almost all politicians nowadays, regardless of lean, are for bigger government as it serves to keep them in control and their pockets fat.


    Better?
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    Re: Nelson says he'll support healthcare bill

    Yes, better.

    Government's role in establishing standards, ensuring fair competition, even in shaping the market particularly in the health industry allows capitalism to function.

    This bill advances society's interest in universal health care even as it supports America's free enterprise-based health care system.
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    Re: Nelson says he'll support healthcare bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Chappy View Post
    Yes, better.

    Government's role in establishing standards, ensuring fair competition, even in shaping the market particularly in the health industry allows capitalism to function.

    This bill advances society's interest in universal health care even as it supports America's free enterprise-based health care system.
    How so? Though I suppose 2000 pages offers a lot places to hide support for free enterprise.

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