from suing arizona to moving ksm to manhattan to trying to reachout to iran to backing this stupid LOCAL mosque in new york...
all the poison in the obamacare...
we LIKE the 26 year old's on dad's dole, we LIKE the pre-existing provisions
they're palliatives microscopic in comparison to the tons of strychnine contained---the individual mandate (which aint goin nowhere), the taxes on benefits and devices, the imposition of 200B unfunded on already brokebacked states, the expansion of the m's by 12 million with no funding, the demand that employers insure up to 750K, the demand that insurers limit all overhead costs to 15%, the 1099's...
etc, etc, etc---we KNOW what's in this bill
if obama comes off looking bad (comparison to satan is absurd), it's cuz HE DID all the idiocy above, you can't blame us for not going along
our united and principled opposition may have put the president's perturbations on more hi profile display
but that would be his fault too
Last edited by The Prof; 11-03-10 at 11:09 AM.
Truth is that while you liberals cry about lobbyists, and special interests, Unions are among the biggest special interests in the game. And the most destructive to our system.In reality, the biggest outside spender is the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, which is pumping almost $88 million into TV commercials, phone banks, and mailings to promote Democratic candidates.
“We’re spending big,’’ AFSCME President Gerald McEntee boasted to The Wall Street Journal. “And we’re damn happy it’s big. And our members are damn happy it’s big — it’s their money.’’
AFSCME isn’t the only public-sector union “spending big’’ to influence the vote on Nov. 2. So is the National Education Association and the Service Employees International Union, respectively the nation’s largest and fastest-growing unions. Together, the three government-employee unions will have spent nearly $172 million campaigning for Democrats in the course of this election cycle. That outstrips by more than $30 million what the Chamber of Commerce and the Rove network combined are pouring into the 2010 campaign.
The ‘big dog’ in campaign spending - The Boston Globe
Here, inform yourself.
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