You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.
SLANDER: oral defamation, in which someone tells one or more persons an untruth about another which untruth will harm the reputation of the person defamed.
1. I`m not orating. In text it is "libel" not "slander".
2. It isn`t an "untruth". He IS on government provided healthcare.
3. My statement doesn`t "harm the reputation" of him. Everyone on this site that pays attention knows that crakr is a hypocritical chicken hawk that pisses and moans about government assistance and government healthcare while he voluntarily lives off of both.
Only you could use a word that is technically wrong in 3 different ways. You take saying incorrect things to a f.ucking ART FORM.
Sunday, October 13, 2013 10:10:29 AM
You are not being forced to do it.
How about this @HolyGod: You've been asked politely to STOP slandering. So? DO IT! Just stop! Respect the wishes of others! DO WHAT YOU YOURSELF HAVE ASKED OTHERS TO DO.
Make sense yet?
You literally have NO IDEA what you`re talking about, so STFU already! Literally! In it`s proper usage!
Note: Before you try to point the `hypocrite finger` at me? Consider this: ME: Am asking that you follow the rules: rules like common decency, morality, IAB Anti-Bullying & etc. YOU: Wish to CHANGE the rules to STOP others from speaking.
Sunday, October 13, 2013 10:02:50 AM
HOW? It is still private health insurance. The government has no oversight of daily choices.
@HolyGod: This is a lie: The ACA TELLS COMPANIES what policies it can and cannot have! So it indeed "restricts daily choices". Just ask 800,000 people in New Jersey ALONE who will LOSE THEIR CURRENT POLICIES in January because of ACA regulations...
Your truthfulness seems to have "left the building" dude...
[quote]Why are you so convinced that with more people and more money it (medicare) will get destroyed?[/quote]
Because the BACKBONE of ObamaCare is cutting hundreds of millions OUT of medi-care/cade? THAT reason?
In theory? These folks will suddenly get AFFORDABLE insurance and go off the programs voluntarily? Also: flying pigs! Making insurance "affordable" is NOWHERE in the ACA... except 'lip service` of course.