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  • Posted 09/22/2009 01:41:47 EDT

    Unless he investigates ACORN's accounting and financial data, I doubt he will find more than a few minor problems that will be blamed on rogue employees. When the one guy embezzelled $900k from ACORN more »

  • Posted 09/22/2009 01:21:38 EDT

    Nobody is saying what the poor fellow went thru is ideal or even fair. However, the fact is he did receive the needed treatment. Now let's pretend it's 5 years from now and somebody is enrolled in gov more »

  • Posted 09/21/2009 02:33:38 EDT

    If this is such a common occurence (insurance companies dropping people on their deathbed), then why did Obama have to embellish a story, change the facts, and draw a fictitious conclusion to make a p more »

  • Posted 09/16/2009 10:45:34 EDT

    Under an employer plan, I pay $90/month for a family plan. No deductable, $20 copay within the network (which is virtually every provider in the area). Medications are either $5, $20 or $35. The plan more »

  • Posted 09/15/2009 04:16:44 EDT

    Matty-- I understand "actions have consequences". However, that doesn't mean that since I voted for the guy and the guy was elected that he gets to do whatever he wants without opposition, debate, or more »

  • Posted 09/15/2009 03:14:36 EDT

    kmatthew --- I think you have stumbled upon the answer. It's because these provisions are always attached to other provisions that either the Dems or GOP can't stomach and vote it down. Politically, t more »

  • Posted 09/15/2009 02:34:17 EDT

    Matty--- What emotionally charged decision are you referring to? My vote wasn't emotionally charged. It was long thought.  I was naive in believing Obama was truly different. Now I feel duped. Not sur more »

  • Posted 09/15/2009 02:15:16 EDT

    It was 4 years ago. The debate is different. Are you really arguing that politicians don't change their vote based on current political circumstances? That was my argument. Dems do it and GOP do it. A more »

  • Posted 09/15/2009 02:04:44 EDT

    I voted for Obama. I kind of regret doing so now but I really don't like John McCain in the political sense. I think McCain is a great guy who served our country well but I just couldn't bring myself more »

  • Posted 09/15/2009 01:45:34 EDT

    In Response to Re: Domestic violence - pre existing condition: [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Domestic violence - pre existing condition :   Actually, that is not true. Too bad. "In 2006, Democrats tried t more »

  • Posted 09/15/2009 01:02:24 EDT

    I am pretty sure that ACORN was not simply "accused" of falsifying voter registration but instead admitted to falsifying voter registration. The only caveat is that ACORN claims these were simply rogu more »

  • Posted 09/14/2009 06:12:13 EDT

    A couple of points that were either glossed over or omitted by the writer. First off, everybody should take notice of the plan to grant drug companies longer patents which is an effort to keep lower c more »

  • Posted 09/12/2009 10:30:27 EDT

    People are confusing being eligible for "affordability credits" with being eligible for the public option, which is a government subsidized health care plan. So if HR 3200 made it into law (probably d more »

  • Posted 09/08/2009 02:35:26 EDT

    I wonder if Mr. Franken also thinks it would be an "advantage" to the country for Congress to actually read bills before voting on them and to quit spending more money then the country has? If Congres more »

  • Posted 08/31/2009 05:38:04 EDT

    Wow I can't type. Shoud read "Notice he defends himself by denying something he was never actually accused of" by the Freep. more »

  • Posted 08/31/2009 05:31:04 EDT

    Classic Rodriguez. Notice he defends himself by presenting denying something he was actually accused of. Nobody said he told players to miss class. What he is accused of is having voluntary workouts m more »

  • Posted 08/18/2009 07:21:58 EDT

    Richcar: Do you know what ad hominem attacks are? There is a bill. It is called HR 3200.Henry Waxman, one of the sponsors believes that it is a bill. House.gov refers to it as a bill. You can even rea more »

  • Posted 08/18/2009 07:08:19 EDT

    Ok, so I am not sure why this hasn't made more news as it seems just a little bit "fishy" to me. The pharmaceutical industry is rolling out commercials in support of Pres. Obama's plan to overhaul Hea more »

  • Posted 08/18/2009 11:58:41 EDT

    Walmart knows that either way, they win. If they are required to provide more coverage, they can withstand the costs of that much better than their competitors. If they decided to dump everyone and pa more »

  • Posted 08/18/2009 11:01:15 EDT

    I think it unfortunate that most of the media will accept the WH explanation and move on. What people have to realize is that the whole WH website, the WH blog, and David Axelrod's e-mails are not sim more »

  • Posted 08/18/2009 10:41:56 EDT

    So let's recap. The White House solicits supporters to forward e-mails that might be "fishy" (by whose definition?) to them. The White House is fully aware that by doing so, they will be collecting e- more »

  • Posted 08/16/2009 02:25:14 EDT

    Do people realize that the Government plan (HR 3200) requires middle class folks to pay at least 11% of their adjusted gross income on premiums alone? For a family of 4 making $88k, that will be $800/ more »

  • Posted 08/16/2009 11:58:02 EDT

    Wouldn't it be nice if the Globe and other media outlets stopped using the 50 million uninsured number without pointing out that the real number of American citizens that are uninsured and unable to a more »

  • Posted 08/15/2009 05:46:35 EDT

    To Richcar-- There is a bill. It is called House Bill 3200. Could it, will it get changed or scrapped before a vote? Yes it could. Could it make it out to the House floor for a debate, and a subsequen more »

  • Posted 08/15/2009 03:18:30 EDT

    A couple of thoughts to ponder on this subject. First, individuals on Medicare already have access to doctors for regular office visits. Why do we need to create a separate office visit to discuss "en more »

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