GOP rep: 'Nobody dies' from not having health care

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compcons

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And we can expect democrats to sit on their asses expecting that the dumbass voters will Most definitely. This time. For sure. Absolutely. See the light. Meanwhile, the republicans will spin and lie and cheat their way into office. And then after the elections, the democrats will be like "huh? But how...?".

There should be billboards with this info so even the Fox news bunch can't miss it.

And to the asshats who are gonna say "It's not law yet. Quit comlaining about it. Your just whining." Get your head out of your ass. Its about how these bastards are voting and their justification. It's not always about the outcome but it is always about the intent. Get a clue.
 

zerocool84

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And we can expect democrats to sit on their asses expecting that the dumbass voters will Most definitely. This time. For sure. Absolutely. See the light. Meanwhile, the republicans will spin and lie and cheat their way into office. And then after the elections, the democrats will be like "huh? But how...?".

There should be billboards with this info so even the Fox news bunch can't miss it.

And to the asshats who are gonna say "It's not law yet. Quit comlaining about it. Your just whining." Get your head out of your ass. Its about how these bastards are voting and their justification. It's not always about the outcome but it is always about the intent. Get a clue.
The billboards don't work. People have already done that recently with them changing the law so Internet providers can sell your info. If you're on the other side, when you get all your news from Fox News, billboards like that won't change their minds.
 

Azuma Hazuki

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These people have no actual morals. It's all about tribal and in-group loyalty with them; the language of morality and propriety is nothing but a tool to them.
 
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zinfamous

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Phokus

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Paul Ryan fantasized about cutting healthcare for the poor at college keggers... that's not normal.
 
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zinfamous

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Well, it looks like republicanism is a self-correcting problem: It seems they are willing to sacrifice their supporters and their future for immediate, temporary gains.

Hilarious. (well, except for the part about all the people dying)
 
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DarthKyrie

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Paul Ryan fantasized about cutting healthcare for the poor at college keggers... that's not normal.
I can just see it now, Paul Ryan fapping one out to his thoughts of killing people while there are 20 or 30 naked chicks that he has no interest in.
 

jackstar7

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If providing health care is good then why is there a Cadillac tax?
To provide healthcare to others.

Unless you want to see crime escalate while people find themselves needing to afford medicine and healthcare they cannot afford. And turning in even greater numbers to opioid-based drugs for pain reduction/avoidance.

Just kidding. There are literally no consequences to millions of people losing health insurance. None. Zero.

You owe nothing to society as a whole. You are the master of your own destiny and we are all proud of your strength and ability.
 
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K1052

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Labrador has decided not to run for re-election in 2018. Will run for Idaho gov instead.

http://lmtribune.com/labrador-enters-idaho-gubernatorial-race/article_63946e90-34cd-11e7-a8ff-d7fdafb54a59.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=user-share

Idaho Congressman Raul Labrador quietly ended months of speculation this morning, filing paperwork with the Secretary of State's Office indicating he will run for governor next year.

The decision adds to an already crowded gubernatorial race, and it's also sure to spark a rush of filings for Labrador's 1st Congressional District seat.

The four-term congressman was not immediately available for comment.
 

glenn1

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Well, it looks like republicanism is a self-correcting problem: It seems they are willing to sacrifice their supporters and their future for immediate, temporary gains.

Hilarious. (well, except for the part about all the people dying)
They have millions of aborted future democrats to catch up to in that regard.
 

glenn1

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That by the relevant measure "Rate of abortions per women aged 15-44 years by state of occurence" (see link) blue states were 7 of the top 10 in 2012 and either 7 or 8 of 10 in every year were data is present. And that's with 3 blue states not reporting and likely to be high in the ranks (CA, MD, and NH) so it could actually be 10/10 blue.

Or alternatively you could look at the stats broken out by something like race and see blacks (who normally vote 90+ percent Dem and sometimes 95% plus) represent 41% of all abortions performed nationwide.
 
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glenn1

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It tells me that Glenn here is a strong argument for legal abortion in the 115th trimester...
Oh look, it's the person who wishes 'malignant anal cancer' on those whose politics she disagrees with and submits reports for postings that offend her delicate sensibilities regarding the poor. Now she demonstrates her incredibly poor emotional intelligence yet again by wishing a '115th trimester' abortion on me. How adorable yet utterly lame and insipid; your posts make it seem your mind peaked in early middle school. People like this are the kind that get frustrated by their inadequacy and go postal.
 

jackstar7

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Oh look, it's the person who wishes 'malignant anal cancer' on those whose politics she disagrees with and submits reports for postings that offend her delicate sensibilities regarding the poor. Now she demonstrates her incredibly poor emotional intelligence yet again by wishing a '115th trimester' abortion on me. How adorable yet utterly lame and insipid; your posts make it seem your mind peaked in early middle school. People like this are the kind that get frustrated by their inadequacy and go postal.
Cry moar, bro.
 
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Azuma Hazuki

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Oh look, it's the noodly zombie who thinks poors are scum and creams himself over the thought of mass human sacrifice to Mammon.

Know why I just insult you now Glenn? Because you've proven time and time again that you are incapable of rational discourse. You are one of P&N's foremost examples of putting ideology and tribal loyalty before humanity.
 

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