USAFdude comments

Posted in: Palin tells tea party rally: 'We're not going to sit down, shut up' See in context

We're broke and can't afford for starters?

Then take the billions we're wasting in Iraq and put that toward Health Care for Americans.

That was easy.

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Posted in: Obama makes surprise visit to Afghanistan See in context

I've said it for years: Out of Iraq, into Afghanistan, IF you expect the US to win this war.

My God, it it SO great to finally have a real Commander-in-Chief.

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Posted in: Palin tells tea party rally: 'We're not going to sit down, shut up' See in context

'We're not going to sit down, shut up'

Good! Please don't! The more Palin and the Teabaggers talk, the stupider they appear, the easier Obama and other good Democrats get re-elected, the better for America.

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Posted in: FBI investigating threats to Democrats after health care vote See in context

know=known

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Posted in: FBI investigating threats to Democrats after health care vote See in context

HeyLars -

I think that maybe you don't even know what a liberal is!

In America, Liberals and Democrats are collectively know as Patriots.

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Posted in: Her career rising, Palin now gives McCain a boost See in context

goodDonkey -

"Boner vote"?! ROTFLMAO! Your claws are sharp today!

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Posted in: Obama signs $938 billion health care overhaul into law See in context

tigermoth - You know you have my respect, but dude, when I read "banjo-playin', rebel flag carrying, gap-toothed, Ree-pub-lykin with an IQ of twelve", I spat coffee all over my monitor! Most excellent one-liner!

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Posted in: U.S. Congress completes overhaul of health care; more threats come in See in context

USAFudge you don't look at polls much do you?

Stay classy there, kid. Check out my other posts to see how many polls I've seen.

He and the Dumbs are desperate. He knows he's going to lose the house, Pelosi is going to be out of a job.

Ain't gonna happen, sweetheart. Don't forget where you heard it first.

Moderator: Well, that didn't take long. Not even the simple respect of a notificaton of message removal anymore, huh?

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Posted in: FBI investigating threats to Democrats after health care vote See in context

let someone who can stand the heat, take your job.

Like President Obama.

http://www.japantoday.com/category/world/view/obama-dares-republicans-to-try-to-repeal-his-new-health-care-law#comments

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Posted in: U.S. Congress completes overhaul of health care; more threats come in See in context

Nah, sailwind, President Obama's just giving as good as he gets; I can't blame him, especially with all the opportunities he gave the Repugs to get with the program. Oh well, all those GOP Congresspersons who are gonna lose their jobs in November will find work somewhere, I suppose.

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Posted in: FBI investigating threats to Democrats after health care vote See in context

RomeoRamenII -

Americans are the ones laughing now. Just refer to my "nonsense" link for the proof.

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Posted in: FBI investigating threats to Democrats after health care vote See in context

tigermoth -

Not a choice but a government inflicted taking of my funds whether I like it or not. That is socialism. There is a stark difference between the two that many of you don't seem to get - not sure why.

That is NOT socialism; it's taxation, and it occurs in every democratic nation on Earth.

If the government takes it out of my pocket to give to someone, that's not charity - it's robbery.

Do you consider contributing to Social Security "robbery" as well?

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Posted in: FBI investigating threats to Democrats after health care vote See in context

What did those jokers expect when they so provably lied about "75 percent" of Americans not wanting health care reform (http://blogs.ajc.com/jay-bookman-blog/2010/03/24/early-polls-give-obama-a-boost-in-health-care-debate/?cxntfid=blogs_jay_bookman_blog) and have done nothing productive for the very people they are supposed to be representing? They are only getting reactions to what they've failed to do. This is trouble they brought upon themselves.

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Posted in: FBI investigating threats to Democrats after health care vote See in context

I will never understand how spending billions of our tax dollars to "help" Iraq is considered by some to be patriotic, but spending that money on providing health care to Americans is "socialistic". I used to think it was just ignorance and gullibility on the part of those who buy such defeatable lies, but with these same people issuing death threats to fellow Americans, I have to call these right-wing loons simply evil.

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Posted in: U.S. Congress clears historic health care bill See in context

Best pro-American article I've ever read: http://tpmcafe.talkingpointsmemo.com/talk/blogs/a/m/americandad/2010/03/an-open-letter-to-conservative.php

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Posted in: Obama signs $938 billion health care overhaul into law See in context

Best pro-American article I've ever read: http://tpmcafe.talkingpointsmemo.com/talk/blogs/a/m/americandad/2010/03/an-open-letter-to-conservative.php

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Posted in: Obama signs $938 billion health care overhaul into law See in context

Sushi - Ya think that's bad? Have you seen McCain's infantile response to the Health Care Victory?

http://firstread.msnbc.msn.com/archive/2010/03/23/2237627.aspx

But, I do see what you're saying, quite clearly in fact. And I agree with you - it's immoral, un-Christian, and un-American to be OK with financing wars but not health care for our own. Disgusting.

But let them stew. America will hand the Repubs their asses again this November; just give us a second to finish putting the pink gift wrap on them.

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Posted in: Obama signs $938 billion health care overhaul into law See in context

Just words. Just speeches.

Just the law.

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Posted in: U.S. Congress clears historic health care bill See in context

Tigermoth - I explained before how the heavy publicity surrounding this issue could only have made our Congresspersons hyper-aware of what their constituents wanted, so yes, America has spoken, and loudly.

Bush, on the other hand, started his second term with a certain amount of popularity; that popularity went straight down the toilet in a matter of months.

So, no, it doesn't work "only one way".

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Posted in: U.S. Congress clears historic health care bill See in context

Sarge -

I see that KobeKid can't find a poll that shows that the majority of Americans support this health care reform either.

But USAFdude can, and did. It's the article that covered Congress' historic passage of this bill, showing the votes of Congresspersons consistent with the wishes of their constituents. This issue has been to heavily publicized for our Congresspersons to not have received massive amounts of feedback from their constituents; their votes reflect the will of the majority, like we do in a democracy.

This isn't the kind of hope and change many Americans were expecting when they voted for Obama.

It's the kind of hope and change MOST Americans were expecting when we vote for President Obama. Just imagine - a President who KEEPS his campaign promises! Haven't seen a Republican do that in my lifetime! Har!

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Posted in: U.S. Congress clears historic health care bill See in context

Badsey -

this War spending has actually increased with Obama and has no plans of turning back.

Gee, wasn't it you Repubs who just swore on a stack of Bibles that Obama would cut military spending and that I'd end up on welfare?! ROTFLMAO!

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Posted in: U.S. Congress clears historic health care bill See in context

tigermoth -

It's easy to say 'America has spoken through it's elected representatives' but we all know that is a misnomer.

Nope, we "all" would admit to no such thing. Our Congresspersons know very well what their constituents think of this bill; there's no way they couldn't, given the amount of press dedicated to the bill recently.

Those same representatives know full well that their careers depend largely on their vote for or against this bill, given the polarization in American society caused by the debate surrounding the bill. If these Congresspersons, in your words, "can and do frequently vote for legislation that we as individuals would never approve of", and did so relative to this bill, they might as well kiss their careers goodbye today. Hence, the very fact that on this particular bill more Congresspersons voted "aye" instead of "nay" indicates that they upheld the wishes of the majority of their constituents, especially in view of the sensitivity of this issue. I agree with you that sometimes "we vote on party lines or for the lesser of two evils in some circumstances, and saying that is a true representation is often just not so", however I don't feel that this is the case with this bill given the reasons I've outlined above.

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Posted in: U.S. Congress clears historic health care bill See in context

Lostrune2 - I hear ya. The poor, shattered Repubs have don't nothing but bitch about how Obama "did nothing" his first year; now, that America's prayers have been answered by the passage of the Health Care Bill, the Repubs do what? Continue to bitch. I can't possibly imagine what it's like to be so completely anti-American.

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Posted in: U.S. Congress clears historic health care bill See in context

Sarge -

And your link doesn't show that a majority of Americans support this debacle. Keep trying.

No need to. America has spoken through its elected representatives. Refer to the title of this article. Goodbye.

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Posted in: U.S. Congress clears historic health care bill See in context

The Democrats are only doing what Democrats do when they have the power to do it. If Republicans hadn't done so badly at the polls in 2006 and 2008 this wouldn't have happened.

All of which was decided by a majority of the American people.

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Posted in: U.S. Congress clears historic health care bill See in context

This, coming from someone who has relied on for years, and still relies on U.S. taxpayers to pay for his health care. Incredible...

Just like you, "Sarge". Incredible.

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Posted in: U.S. Congress clears historic health care bill See in context

Ronin, You're hilarious! Have you really never heard of people who live just above the poverty line and don't qualify for food stamps?

I must say, you're not informing me of anything useful, but ripping a new a**hole in your arguments is certainly making me happier. Keep 'em comin'!

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Posted in: U.S. Congress clears historic health care bill See in context

Canadians, Eurobeans, Middle Easterners... all comin' to America for quality health care...

Bull. Only RICH Canadians, European, and Middle Easterners come to America for quality health care; the rest can't even afford the plane ticket, much less health care bills on top.

It's about time Americans came first in the US.

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Posted in: U.S. Congress clears historic health care bill See in context

Fighting for death? That's rich, coming from a guy who wants to deny underprivelged Americans health care. How hypocritcal - you want to force parents to carry their unborn children to term, then turn your backs to them once they're born.

Shame on you.

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Posted in: U.S. Congress clears historic health care bill See in context

Thank God I live in a country that's about to finally have national health care.

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