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Republicans and the T word

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010   7:15 pm | Author: chris | Politics/Government | Add Comment
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Republicans and conservatives always claim that they own the rights to certain words.

 

In recent years it was security, homeland defense and patriotism. The Republicans wanted Americans to believe that they know more about these, they are the only ones who understand these.

 

Of course this is pure bull.

 

Now their latest word game is terrorism, terrorists, war on terror and counterterrorism.

 

They have been pounding Obama since the attempted airline attack on Christmas Day. Obama can not bring himself to say the word terrorism, does not believe in the war on terror and on and on.

 

They are using the same tactics they used for months in lying to Americans about health care reform.

 

Repeat the lies over and over again and more and more people will believe it is true.

 

Unfortunately this is the truth in this country. Especially for those who depend on Fox news for their information.

 

The reality is that President Obama has ..continue reading

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The conservative Dowd

Monday, December 28th, 2009   7:29 am | Author: chris | Entertainment/Sports, Life, Politics/Government | Add Comment
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Maureen Dowd, who writes a column in the New York Times let her conservative brother Kevin provide his views for the Christmas column.

 

Here are some of his observations about 2009. Just a list of Republican talking points and little else. This is a good example why Republicans deserve to lose in 2010, again. Anyone who thinks that Beck is a journalist or that Cheney is a patriot needs to have his head examined.

 

Sorry Maureen. I guess we can’t choose our family.

 

Words from Kevin-

 

“..by forcing through a government takeover of health care, the auto industry and the banks, the president and his Congressional henchmen have brought us in a time machine to Russia 1917. These massive changes have been done in secret and along bullying, straight party-line votes.”

 

“President Obama continues life in the H.O.V. lane, fawned over by the press and the crowned heads of Europe. In between apologies, the president should have ..continue reading

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It was standard practice not to pay for things

Sunday, December 27th, 2009   7:06 am | Author: chris | Health/Medical, Politics/Government | Add Comment
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that was Orrin Hatch’s defense when confronted with the question of why he and the Republicans in control voted in 2003 for the Medicare drug program that will cost over half a trillion dollars over 10 years. “It was standard practice not to pay for things”. Hatch actually said this.

 

Can you say major hypocrites?

 

He added ”We were concerned about it, because it certainly added to the deficit, no question.” but he says it was OK because it “has done a lot of good.”

 

I guess insuring an additional 30 million Americans under the proposed bill does not qualify as “doing good”.

 

talkingpointsmemo points out that when all the Republicans voted for this measure in 2003 that “With no new taxes or spending offsets accompanying the Medicare drug program, the cost has been added to the federal debt.” 

 

Adding to the deficit is the number one issue for Republicans with the health care reform bill, yet in 2003 when ..continue reading

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John Boehner must have come up with this one.

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009   2:34 pm | Author: freethinker | Health/Medical, Politics/Government | 1 Comment
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The Republicans have a new thing to rage about. 

 

It is the 10% tax that the new health care reform bill will impose on establishments providing indoor tanning services.

 

Only John Boehner who is perpetually tanned could have come up with this latest Republican outcry of foul play.

 

 

You really appreciate how stupid these Republicans are when one of them actually asks what tanning salons have to do with health care.

 

Anyone who has read a newspaper or watched the news knows that there is an increased risk of cancer when tanning at these salons. Oh wait, these are the same Republicans who also don’t believe in climate change. Reality and truth are meaningless to them.

 

As thinkprogress points out ”the International Agency for Research on Cancer “raised their warning of tanning beds from ‘probably carcinogenic to humans’ to ‘carcinogenic to humans,’” concluding that “the ultraviolet light ..continue reading

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Steele’s pea-sized brain working overtime

Friday, December 18th, 2009   6:03 pm | Author: freethinker | Health/Medical, Politics/Government | Add Comment
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Republicans are doing everything possible to obstruct health care reform.

 

One of their tactics has been to distort the amount that health care reform will cost.

 

The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has scored both the Senate and House bills at costing under $1 trillion over a ten year period.

 

The Republicans have continual lied about the numbers and claimed that it will actually cost somewhere between $1.5 and $2.5 trillion over the ten year period.

 

Not to be outdone Michael, Steele  RNC Chairman claimed during an interview with the Right Wing News blog, that health care reform will actually cost $1 trillion each year.

 

Where did that number come from? Out of his pea-sized brain.

 

Another total fabrication by the Republicans.

 

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