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    Re: Pew: Tea Party support at record low

    Quote Originally Posted by FederalRepublic View Post
    And you think the supreme court would find it unconstitutional for the house of representatives to determine what they provide funding for?
    The House can only initialize funding measures that the Senate must also pass. If they don't get Senate approval that House can't fund ANYTHING. Surely you saw that very clearly when the House tried to open parts of Govt. for photo ops. They all died in the Senate.

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    Re: Pew: Tea Party support at record low

    Quote Originally Posted by iliveonramen View Post
    In what way? Are you talking DOMA or Obamacare? Last I checked he never changed the law he's just delayed provisions. In what way has he changed Congressional legislation?


    Not true at all...I "claimed" that
    executive authority allows him to delay provisions because there is discretion when the executive branch carries out legislation
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    Does the ACA specify certain statutory deadlines ... yes.
    Has the Obama Administration missed half the deadlines mandated in the 1st 3 years of the Act ... yes.
    Do Executive Orders explain the missed deadlines ... no.

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    Re: Pew: Tea Party support at record low

    Quote Originally Posted by bubbabgone View Post
    Does the ACA specify certain statutory deadlines ... yes.
    Has the Obama Administration missed half the deadlines mandated in the 1st 3 years of the Act ... yes.
    Do Executive Orders explain the missed deadlines ... no.
    I thought you wanted to delay the AHC act? Now you are complaining about delays? Doesn't that sound petty and hypocritical?

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    Re: Pew: Tea Party support at record low

    Quote Originally Posted by iliveonramen View Post
    In what aspects...
    are you saying that unless it's 100% said in the constitution it requires an Amendment? That would be chaos. This government would of never lasted as long as it has.
    What...ones a state the other is the country? It's an insurance market. If anything medical insurance being different in every state causes less efficiency and higher administrative costs. A nationwide insurance bill was needed.
    Your sardonic view of the Constitution as the source of chaos is particularly jarring given the state of Obamacare at this time.
    As for Mass, if I lived there and didn't like Romneycare I could have moved to another state ... no such option exists with Obamacare and it's made much worse by Obamacare's onerous 7 foot tall pile of regulations.
    No getting around it ... this is what a giant step toward redistribution looks like.

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    Re: Pew: Tea Party support at record low

    Quote Originally Posted by iguanaman View Post
    I thought you wanted to delay the AHC act? Now you are complaining about delays? Doesn't that sound petty and hypocritical?
    I yearn for the magilla delay ... think he'll do it because it sucks so bad that they can't keep blaming technology forever?

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    Re: Pew: Tea Party support at record low

    Quote Originally Posted by iguanaman View Post
    I thought you wanted to delay the AHC act? Now you are complaining about delays? Doesn't that sound petty and hypocritical?
    If you enrolled in it and found your premiums go up 2 grand a month and your subsidy doesn't come close to bringing it to what you were paying before ... wouldn't you wish baby ACA had never been born?

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    Re: Pew: Tea Party support at record low

    Tea Partiers are becoming more and more marginalized. They're dying out.
    The whole modern world has divided itself into Conservatives and Progressives. The business of Progressives is to go on making mistakes. The business of Conservatives is to prevent mistakes from being corrected.
    -GK Chesterton

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    Re: Pew: Tea Party support at record low

    Quote Originally Posted by bubbabgone View Post
    If you enrolled in it and found your premiums go up 2 grand a month and your subsidy doesn't come close to bringing it to what you were paying before ... wouldn't you wish baby ACA had never been born?
    It depends. If my old insurance was one of those bogus $25,000 max payout joke policies, I might realize that that was not really insurance at all and at least I am getting security with the AHC act.

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    Re: Pew: Tea Party support at record low

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Well...you have to realize, 30% of the polled public still believe that GWB was a good President....so you have to recognize that nearly 1/3 of the public out there are completely whacked out.
    The re-election of Obama proved that the NEA's schemes to dumb down the voting population has worked. What we have is millions of people who are happy to be perpetual children



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    Re: Pew: Tea Party support at record low

    Quote Originally Posted by OldWorldOrder View Post
    Tea Partiers are becoming more and more marginalized. They're dying out.
    The parasites fear tea party activists because TPA want to end supplying the government tits with milk.



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