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    Re: Who'll Be Watching the Health Care Reform Debate on Sunday?

    Will Leader Boehner read the bill from the floor and delay the vote?
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    Re: Who'll Be Watching the Health Care Reform Debate on Sunday?

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    This is why most of us think Libertarians are nuts. You guys think you are the only ones who understand the constitution.
    No, we just think we're the only ones that actually read it.

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    Re: Who'll Be Watching the Health Care Reform Debate on Sunday?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chappy View Post
    Will Leader Boehner read the bill from the floor and delay the vote?
    That would be the right thing to do. Nobody should vote on a bill they haven't actually read.

    I suspect he doesn't have the balls, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    No, we just think we're the only ones that actually read it.
    And as long as you keep the attitude, you will never have any power in this country, which is cool with me. At least both us republicans and democrats can point to you all and say "hey, at least we are nut fringe element loonies like the libertarians". It brings us together.
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    Re: Who'll Be Watching the Health Care Reform Debate on Sunday?

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    And as long as you keep the attitude, you will never have any power in this country, which is cool with me. At least both us republicans and democrats can point to you all and say "hey, at least we are nut fringe element loonies like the libertarians". It brings us together.
    Yes, because that is how good government is done.

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    Re: Who'll Be Watching the Health Care Reform Debate on Sunday?

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    At least both us republicans and democrats can point to you all and say "hey, at least we are nut fringe element loonies like the libertarians". It brings us together.
    I'd actually say that at the moment, the Democrats are doing a good job at bringing the Republicans and libertarians together.

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    Re: Who'll Be Watching the Health Care Reform Debate on Sunday?

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    And as long as you keep the attitude, you will never have any power in this country, which is cool with me. At least both us republicans and democrats can point to you all and say "hey, at least we are nut fringe element loonies like the libertarians". It brings us together.
    Attitude!? This bill is being shoved down the country's throat. You're god damned right we have attitude. A purely partisan, party-line vote to change the entire country. Fear-mongering, lies, hypocrisy, arm-twisting, back door deals. How much of this did the left expect people to take?

    I despise "the left" now. The Republicans are bad, but Democrats and liberals, they're the worst; they're intellectually bankrupt and pathologically dishonest. They've declared war on this country and American values. They're spitting on the Constitution and subsititing their own reality.

    America, the Constitution has drawn its last breath. The government has won...

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    Re: Who'll Be Watching the Health Care Reform Debate on Sunday?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    Attitude!? This bill is being shoved down the country's throat. You're god damned right we have attitude. A purely partisan, party-line vote to change the entire country. Fear-mongering, lies, hypocrisy, arm-twisting, back door deals. How much of this did the left expect people to take?

    I despise "the left" now. The Republicans are bad, but Democrats and liberals, they're the worst; they're intellectually bankrupt and pathologically dishonest. They've declared war on this country and American values. They're spitting on the Constitution and subsititing their own reality.

    America, the Constitution has drawn its last breath. The government has won...
    While the bill isn't perfect, I got a question.

    The scope of this vicious debate is unreal, why did a debate like this not happen when you went to war in Iraq?

    Why are republicans and democrats so eager to march together to war, but not work together to create positive change in your country. Two words.

    You're screwed.

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    Re: Who'll Be Watching the Health Care Reform Debate on Sunday?

    And as long as you keep the attitude, you will never have any power in this country, which is cool with me. At least both us republicans and democrats can point to you all and say "hey, at least we are nut fringe element loonies like the libertarians". It brings us together.
    That's because it's harder to be the wolf than the sheep. A numbers game.

    The biggest fallacy is that Republicans think they're minarchists who want to prevent the government to control you. Dems want to control your money, and Repubs want to control your morality. For those who appreciate that a stagnate, bloated, obsolete federalist body does pretty much no good for anybody, it's a lose-lose.

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    Re: Who'll Be Watching the Health Care Reform Debate on Sunday?

    Quote Originally Posted by WI Crippler View Post
    That's because the people who support it, likely haven't read a lick of it. And if they have, they lack understanding about insurance, and health care on a basic level, or how reimbursements to healthcare facilities are structured either on a government or private insurance basis. They likely just heard "health care reform" and have assumed that congress was making sure everyone was insured. Oops
    No, we know it's far from perfect. I don't even like it being called "reform". However, it is a start. Finally.
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