- Jun 5, 2005
I just want Romney to answer a direct yes or no question with a yes or no instead of a let me change the topic.
They won't - if they're healthy. Private companies will absolutely provide better rates to healthy (healthier) seniors than Medicare can. The insurance companies will cherry pick healthy costumers and leave the more ill to rely on traditional medicare causing increased drain. Why do you think insurance companies didn't oppose the creation of medicare? "Waait.. you're creating a government program that will handle all the really ill (expensive) customers so we don't have to?" ... "Jackpot."BTW - In the new...new Romney medicare plan since people have an option to stay on the current system, what if almost all people choose to stay?
I'm not sure which debate you're watching, but that's not what's going on. Obama is sputtering, uncomfortable, and defensive. Romney's put him on his heels. I don't like either one, but MR is winning this debate.How? He's done nothing but spew BS and evade the questions the whole time.
zing?Lehrer: "You have two minutes sir!"
Obama: "Well. I had 5 seconds before you interrupted me"
Obama is stuttering. Obama is stammering. Obama makes a point and Romney turns it around on him.How? He's done nothing but spew BS and evade the questions the whole time.
yes. it does refer to the compisition of the coal itself, plus emission reducing tech. example: Coal from the powder river basin in Wyoming is much lower in sulfur and slightly less btu/ton. It is being used and is in demand in much of the world because of its lower emissions as compared to Appalachian coal.I'm not positive, but doesn't clean coal refer to anthracite (vs. bituminous)? Anthracite burns VERY cleanly compared to bituminous coal. I burn it to heat my house in the winter & there's zero smoke or odor coming from my chimney.
But green energy in general is good. As an undecided person, that's not necessarily ownage. Romney may be more polished, but I don't feel like he's slamming Obama as hard as he could.Obama is stuttering. Obama is stammering. Obama makes a point and Romney turns it around on him.
Just take the oil tax break thing. I agree with Obama but if you are on the fence, Romney owned him here on the green energy tax breaks.
You need to look at this from the perspective of someone undecided. Obama sounds confused and tentative. Romney is far more polished in this debate.