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Best Answer beadreamer247 says
well thought out, I do agree there is more than health care reform in that particular bill.
Many people agree with you, but I am more concerned with what he has taken away, like the space program. Living on the Space Coast, I see firsthand the negative effects he has created. Something that important should not be left up to a few people.
The Elephant in the Room: Obama's "Kill List," use of NDAA to detain Americans indefinitely without charges trial or attorney, skyrocketing National Debt worse than Bush ($16T), unconstitutional Obamacare, bypassing Congress on War,
Actually, most of the debt run up is due to Bush tax cuts and wars (which were added to the books).
Obamacare has been been upheld as constitutional by the SC. You may have missed that.
Libya wasn't war. No troops were committed to the ground.
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Well, you are certain in your answer, kudos for your loyalty and for giving so many reasons .
Thanks. But I'm not loyal, just pragmatic. Truth is, as a member of the 53% that pays taxes, I know how easy it is to fall in the 47% that doesn't.
And a president who knows nothing about financial struggle isn't one who appeals to me.
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Rod Martin Jr says
well done, you have certainly done your homework!
Myra Tillman says
unemployment is actually up
People have a misconception that healthcare will be free? No, You still have to pay for it and will be penalized if you don't have it. Just like States have done with car insurance.
Obama has made the healthcare programs less expensive for those that can't afford the plans they need. Everybody needs healthcare, but if you don't qualify for Mcaid, of Mcare then you should be given a reasonable price that fits in your budget.
Miss Tillman, there is so much more to him than meets the eye, and while that can be said about any politician, I believe Obama has an agenda that will harm us in the long run.
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