I don't approve of the Republican stance in regard to what is known as Obamacare on the following grounds. 1. I think the project Obamacare is meant for the well-being of the American people. 2. The Republicans have to date failed to propose any better substitute for the Obamacare. 3. The Republican position is indefensible simply because it doesn't help find an answer to any problem. It's like, as I view it, beheading you in order to cure your headache. Do you agree with me on these points. I should like to learn your views and your reasons for them.
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Alex , if you believe all that nonsense from the GOP you have to be drinking something much stronger than H2O
Credence, do some research. All the mini-spending bills are available at the .gov webiste for your perusal. The Senate refuses to even bring them to the floor.
So why don't you tell me why your party persists in the piecemeal there is enough of the government shutdown for many services to be at risk just because the reactionary wants its cake and eats it too? The GOP as always will be blamed, as it should B
But what convinced you the 'alternatives' and 'several bills' referred to by you were better substitutes for Prez Obama's new healthcare project?
Outstanding, cogent analysis. Well done. May I share this on my Facebook page?
You Republicans seem unaware of the very basic truth that capitalism can't survive without welfarism. The amassing of wealth by a few people, which is coupled with the pauperisation of the masses, is bound to lead to the collapse of capitalism.
The accumulation of wealth in a few people's hands, which means the pauperism of the multitude, expresses a basic law of capitalism. Thus, it's just impossible for you to live within your means in a capitalistic system. You have missed this point.
The entire government is not at a halt at all. Only about 17% of the government is actually shut down. You believe it is more because this Administration is barricading open air monuments(never done before)&closing bus. that don't take federal fu
None of this is necessary, if the GOP have problems with the ACA, use the legislative process to amend or change, and compromise, don't throw molotov cocktails bringing the Government to a halt.