Harry Reid: "ObamaCare has been wonderful for America"

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    Harry Reid: "ObamaCare has been wonderful for America"

    This will be in many GOP campaign commercials, have no doubt. 

    If you are a vulnerable Democratic Senator in a red state awaiting 2014, not sure you are thrilled with Dingy Harry's peaches and cream categorization of the massively unpopular law. Why should such a "wonderful" law be delayed?
    Contrast with Montana Dem Senator Max Baucus, able to be honest because he is retiring: "ObamaCare is a train wreck".
     
    Phony attempts by Democratic Senators to claim moderation, splitting the difference and wanting to "reform" ObamaCare, arent helped by Harry Reid. Why reform such a 'wonderful' law?

    ObamaCare may well be wonderful, as far as electing Republicans in 2014.

     
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    Re: Harry Reid:

    In response to A_Concerned_Citizen's comment:

    Great, now we have the comic book crowd posting here.

    Evidently forming sentences doesn't come until the third grade.




     

    Guess you don't think Dirty Harry is a puppet

     
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    Re: Harry Reid:

    In response to A_Concerned_Citizen's comment:

    Great, now we have the comic book crowd posting here.

    Evidently forming sentences doesn't come until the third grade.



    And calling people "wingnuts", "morons", "idiots", etc. is so grownup

     
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    Re: Harry Reid:

    The law is so "massively unpopular" that its namesake was summarily re-elected.

     

    Would that the gopers had an alternative of their own to tout instead of puerile insults, race-baiting, immigrant-bashing, and/or buckets of new state restrictions on abortions.

    Since the gop has basically given up on the very notion of federal governance, they've retreated to their state houses to impose their own visions of "govt control".

     

    "When you're born, you get a ticket to the freak show. When you're born in America, you get a front-row seat."  - GC

     
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    Re: Harry Reid:

    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

    The law is so "massively unpopular" that its namesake was summarily re-elected.

     

    Would that the gopers had an alternative of their own to tout instead of puerile insults, race-baiting, immigrant-bashing, and/or buckets of new state restrictions on abortions.

    Since the gop has basically given up on the very notion of federal governance, they've retreated to their state houses to impose their own visions of "govt control".

     "When you're born, you get a ticket to the freak show. When you're born in America, you get a front-row seat."  - GC



    When you are not allowed a voice in the political process you do what you have to do to support your constituency!

     

     
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    Re: Harry Reid:

    In response to tvoter's comment:

    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

     

    The law is so "massively unpopular" that its namesake was summarily re-elected.

     

    Would that the gopers had an alternative of their own to tout instead of puerile insults, race-baiting, immigrant-bashing, and/or buckets of new state restrictions on abortions.

    Since the gop has basically given up on the very notion of federal governance, they've retreated to their state houses to impose their own visions of "govt control".

     "When you're born, you get a ticket to the freak show. When you're born in America, you get a front-row seat."  - GC

     



    When you are not allowed a voice in the political process you do what you have to do to support your constituency!

     



    You're kidding, right!??

    They have the loudest voices of all...(hello, tee partee!)...with the political media's equally most vociferous mouthpiece delivering the talking points constantly.

    The gop can't even pass their own garbage bills, but incompetence is not the same as absence.

     

     

     

     
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    Re: Harry Reid:

    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:

    That is rich.


    What a partisan hack.



    Really? Answer this:

    Of the 150+ ammendments offeredup for debate by the opposing party during the ACA debate; how many were even allowed to be debated on the floor??

     

     

     
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    Re: Harry Reid:

    In response to A_Concerned_Citizen's comment:
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    Answer this:

    Of the 150 amendments offered up for debate by the opposing party during the ACA debate; how many were intended to be poison pills to kill the bill ??

    How many were actually intended to strengthen the ACA?

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    Thats what they were supposed to debate!!!!

    It wasn't about allowing them in the bill persay; it was about (as obama promised) open debate involving both parties on the floor.

    Harry Reid, with no objection from any one on his side, ignored every one of them  simply because he is an old vindictive wet suit. Then he complains about the other side opposing his agenda!!

     

     
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    Re: Harry Reid:

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    I'm not surprised that a political hack like you doesn't see the difference.

     

     



    And you wonder why I call you out...Holy Christ.......hahahahaha 

     
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    Re: Harry Reid:

     

    In response to A_Concerned_Citizen's comment:

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    That's not 'debate' that political grandstanding. 

    I'm not surprised that a political hack like you doesn't see the difference. 

    And that's particularly hilarious coming from the party who crowed about not passing a budget, and when the Senate gets a budget passed the wingnuts won't even let the bi-partisan bill come up for a vote.

    So spare the sanctimonious baloney on 'debate', you only use it when it fits your ideological bent and ignore it when your side does it.

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    Look toolboy I am not saying both sides dont do it. But, this thread is about the ACA and in THIS CASE dems did it on a bill that equates to 1/6 of the overall economy after Obama promised not to condone that behavior!!

    I dislike dems and repubs for the most part!

    I am conservative on fiscal issues but, I support gay marriage, right to chose up the 5th month of pregnancy, more freedoms and less govt interference.

    So, I do not align with either of the two platforms.

     
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    Re: Harry Reid:

    Yes it is so wonderful that Obama had to issue a decree of questionnable legality to delay part of it for one year.

    And I am sure people who work at restaurants and have to take a 25% pay cut because of it love Obamacare too:

    http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/blog/mass_roundup/2013/07/obamacare-part-time-jobs.html?ana=e_boston_blog&s=newsletter&ed=2013-07-15&u=rUeD5pyUY4SAscsfDkT/OHAcY7z&t=1373925892

     
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    Re: Harry Reid:

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid issued an ultimatum to Republicans on Monday to confirm at least seven presidential appointees or face a controversial rule change that could drain their power. 

    Reid made the demand during a speech Monday morning to the liberal-leaning Center for American Progress, ahead of a possible showdown vote on Tuesday. 

    At issue is the Senate's own rulebook, which to lawmakers is a very serious topic. Reid is threatening to flout the normal process in order to change the rules so that key presidential nominees can be confirmed with just 51 votes -- as opposed to 60. In short, the move would curb the minority party's ability to filibuster nominees. 

    Despite virulent protests by Republicans, Reid called the move "a minor change, no big deal." 

    Republicans don't see it that way, and remind Reid that he and other Democrats warned about doing such a thing when they were in the minority. 

    Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky said Reid's threatened action would "change the core of the Senate." He said it would fundamentally deny senators their right to question potential officials. 


    That Dirty Harry sure knows to work fairly.

    Moderator: Please delete the following picture post which will "Offend" slaves to the Democratic regime.

    Thank you

     
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