“It’s a miserably designed law, full of unintended consequences. It’s a moral disaster,
“This is an act of deliberate betrayal: Everything about Trumpcare is specifically designed to do exactly the opposite of what Trump, Paul Ryan and other Republicans said it would,” Krugman observes. “What just happened on health care shouldn’t be treated as just another case of cynical political deal making. This was a Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is Strength moment. And it may be the shape of things to come.”
by Tony Lawrence5 years ago
Ignorance - The best way to ensure that people vote GOP!http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/01/25/s … tion-plot/I especially love:"As you know, 62 percent of children who enter college with a faith conviction...
by Tim8 years ago
In case anyone is wondering what else I hate the government for, this may strike a chord with you. My wife and I have yet to get our promised rebates of 600 a piece. I'm literally pissed it's...what, 7 months....after I...
by earnestshub6 years ago
And this god was a bit unusual for an omnipotent, omnipresent omniscient god, in as much as although being all of the above was jealous, a murderer of all but 8 of mankind and managed to wipe out his subjects for...
by moneyfairy3 years ago
How long before the next government shut down? Will congress ever do thier job or will there be continued periodic shutdowns if neither side will budge???
by fallsfella7 years ago
The Dumbocrats are at it again. Now they have hurried through a vote to repeal the "Dopn't Ask, Don't Tell" policy. What do these people think with? It sure isn't the brains the Good Lord...
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