Yes opinions and blogs to counter your worthless argument. If you actually look at the plan your self, you will see the money is still going to where it should be, health care for those same people who would have benefited from it under medicare/aid.
Hell yeah cut payments to the insurers and for-profit hospitals. Fark those guys. They're going to take it and like it, or they wont get the business. Collective bargaining baby.
Sunday, October 21, 2012 9:55:35 AM
well it is pretty establishment in here. "you're wrong!" "Nuh-uh, YOU`RE wrong!" "Psh! you the one who`s wrong, and STUPID!" "Gah, yeah right, YOU`RE stupid and wrong."
how bout this... how about we all wake up and realize that both sides are playing us for fools?
here`s the TRUTH: you`re all wrong. if you support EITHER ONE of these ass clowns YOU ARE THE PROBLEM.
Saturday, October 20, 2012 6:52:48 PM
markust: Bullsh|t sir! The house republicans passed budgets and Harry Reid in the senate would not let them even come up for a vote. Harry Reid (D) of Nevada, has been the stumbling block here. Reid has been blocking everything the republicans have tried to do since 2010.
Saturday, October 20, 2012 11:40:22 AM
"Still claiming Bush is responsible for the ONLY BUDGET OBAMA EVER SIGNED in 2009? Pa-thetic!"
Funny how the Republicans filibustered all the other budgets except the one Bush submitted. A budget that was projected to produce a deficit of $1.2 T. Where was the outrage from the conservatives then?
Saturday, October 20, 2012 11:38:08 AM
"You conveniently omit the *FACT* that Obama and the Democrats tacked the $800 billion stimulus onto the FY 2009 budget *AFTER* Bush had left office."
And you conveniently omit the fact that only $108 Billion of the stimulous was spent during FY 2009. In January 2009 the CBO estimated that the 2009 FY deficit (Oct 2008 through Sep 2009) would be $1.2 T. It ended up to be $1.4 T so yes the stimulus added $108 Billion to an already outrageous deficit, but it did not add $800 Billion like you are trying to trick people into thinking.