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Old 12-28-2016, 12:08 PM
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Thank you for bringing up healthcare. The uninsured rate in the US (8.6%) is at its lowest rate in history. Before the ACA passed, 50 million were uninsured.

The two states with the highest percentage of enrollment are WV and KY, the reddest states who voted for Trump overwhelmingly. These coal miners won't be too happy when Trump cancels their only insurance on day one, and Mitch McConnell will have some explaining to do.
Since you wanted to put coal miners out of work, it's your fault that they don't have insurance. Own it. Trump will put them back to work and they will have insurance.

Do you really want to talk about records? How about Obama's dismal record of the worst economy GDP growth in history? How about the record number of people at poverty level or on food stamps? Do you really want to brag about Obama's record?

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Old 12-28-2016, 12:26 PM
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Thank you for bringing up healthcare. The uninsured rate in the US (8.6%) is at its lowest rate in history. Before the ACA passed, 50 million were uninsured.

The two states with the highest percentage of enrollment are WV and KY, the reddest states who voted for Trump overwhelmingly. These coal miners won't be too happy when Trump cancels their only insurance on day one, and Mitch McConnell will have some explaining to do.
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Thank you for bringing up healthcare. The uninsured rate in the US (8.6%) is at its lowest rate in history. Before the ACA passed, 50 million were uninsured.

The two states with the highest percentage of enrollment are WV and KY, the reddest states who voted for Trump overwhelmingly. These coal miners won't be too happy when Trump cancels their only insurance on day one, and Mitch McConnell will have some explaining to do.
There you go again with those damn facts. Most on here would rather get our opinions from such reputable sources of fake news as Fox News or Rush.
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Old 12-28-2016, 12:27 PM
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50 million useless eaters living in the inner city slums.

We charge the taxpayers...to give them healthcare...so we can charge the taxpayers again...for their food, housing, and everything else they "need". We keep them healthy so they can live off us a good long time.

Are we stupid or what?
Well apparently you are.
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Old 12-28-2016, 12:30 PM
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[QUOTE=Guest]50 million useless eaters living in the inner city slums.

We charge the taxpayers...to give them healthcare...so we can charge the taxpayers again...for their food, housing, and everything else they "need". We keep them healthy so they can live off us a good long time.

Are we stupid or what?[/QUOTE]

First, it's not we, it's you. Second, the answer is yes or hell yes.
Now, do you think giving poor people health care is a bad thing?
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Old 12-28-2016, 12:31 PM
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The U.S. Consumer Confidence Index for December surged nearly four points to 113.7, THE HIGHEST LEVEL IN MORE THAN 15 YEARS! Thanks Donald!
The orange-faced pig had NOTHING to do with it.
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Old 12-28-2016, 12:34 PM
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The orange-faced pig had NOTHING to do with it.
But 100% of the economic experts disagree with you, ask rocky.
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Old 12-28-2016, 01:12 PM
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Over 31 million currently do NOT have health insurance. The rest of us pay huge increases, thanks to Obamacare. What happened to all the promises? Do we call these promises lies or broken promises? I just want to know so that when you say Trump is a liar, I can remind you.

Sorry Jan, but we do NOT live in a Socialist country so socialized medicine is not a guarantee. Maybe you do not mind paying for the lazy, but some of us worked for what we have and do not pretend to enjoy carrying someone elses lazy @ss.

Sorry, but socialized single-payer medicine is currently a guarantee in this country for those 65 and over, it is called Medicare. If by lazy you mean all seniors over 65 and the disabled.
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There you go again with those damn facts. Most on here would rather get our opinions from such reputable sources of fake news as Fox News or Rush.
Too bad her so-called facts are wrong. But, applaud ignorantly away girl.
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Sorry, but socialized single-payer medicine is currently a guarantee in this country for those 65 and over, it is called Medicare. If by lazy you mean all seniors over 65 and the disabled.
Try to follow along, sister.
 

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