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October 24, 2009 – Comments (4)

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#1) On October 24, 2009 at 11:15 AM, fmahnke (66.83) wrote:

I'm waiting for the one of liberals promoting public healthcare to talk about the fiscal implcations of what they propose, Medicare for all, great lets take a system $30 Trillion in the red , with  $150 - $200 Billion a year in waste and fraud and expand it. 

 It's OK  We have the money.  And we can trust Washington to manage it  responsibly as they did this weelk when they took $250 billion and carved it out of the Health Care bill to make sure it is deficit neutral. 

I'm not against healthcare reform and I feel sorry for people who are shafted by the current system.  But until we can change the gov't to get rid of these clowns who keep expanding their own reach at the expense of the taxpayers, I'd rather have some smaller number of people csuffer compared to everyone.

So I ask again, what is the progessive end game to deal with our  budet deficits,  How can they focus on anything but jobs when many more people are unemployed than unisured,  You do work for the Gov't dont you?

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#2) On October 24, 2009 at 12:06 PM, givmeabreak (29.05) wrote:

I don't understand why the progressives would want universal coverage and help people like this lady. Their stance on eugenics would never want this lady to live or have other people with cancer to ever get treatment. The cost in dollars and gene pool quality would not be worth it to them.

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#3) On October 24, 2009 at 1:19 PM, devoish (67.57) wrote:


I don't think you speak for progressives.


You guys call Democrats the party of tax the rich remember? How are those Reagan tax cuts helping the deficit these days? Bush's? Remember the promise of increased tax revenues from lower taxes? I do.

I hear you today too. Read your own post. 30 years of "get Gov't out of the way" and "cut taxes" and "business knows best" and now its "wah wah wah we don't have any money". Welcome to your "end game".

Like I have said before. Neither Miss Lownsdale, You, nor I need private insurance.

And I don't mind if I say so.

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#4) On October 25, 2009 at 4:36 AM, fmahnke (66.83) wrote:


Confused ?? 

That's not my post. I never called Democrats the party of Tax the rich and have never supported Bush, tricke down or the republican party, so I really don't know what your comments means.

Except for the fact that you don;t have an answer to my questions but have instead chosen to criticize me for comments I didn't make.  I am so proud of my fellowl americans (who call themselves progessive) approach spirited debate of the issues.

I guess it's just easier to spread lies


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