Agitating the masses


#1

Since RO went down, I have been left to cause trouble on the main stream media most notably the New York Times and the Washington Post, via the MSN browser. I hit their forums on specific subjects and let the fur fly. One thing I noted time and again, is; with the liberal, when they can’t refute logic,(which is most of the time) they must resort to nasty comments and insults. It is really difficult to get a decent discussion going. But suffice it to say, their minds are so closed no light gets in. They live in a dark world and can’t see the path and the stumbling blocks that lie therein.
Sadly I was on the FOX forum and they are just as closed and will not tolerate criticism. I (sort of) went after Megyn Kelly, and found my posts disappearing.
Anyway, let’s get discussions going.
How about, the possible total demise of the ACA (Obamacare) and the possible glitches being set up by well meaning Republicans. Do you think that the Government should be involved, ever, with the nations health care and the insurance companies?


#2

I have noticed that the GOP Congress is just as quick to “step in it” as the Left since the inauguration, they keep floating balloons about not really doing what they have been promising for years and Trump keeps doubling down and making them look like fools.

I am really enjoying this so far, not because I have agreed with Trump entirely at this point but just because he is making all of my long time enemies so incredibly uncomfortable!

When he fired Flynn the Left tried to claim it was because of talking to the Russian Ambassador, Trump says "No, if he had not done that I would have ordered him to do it because that is his job; I just did not like the way he misled our people about the content"

Even when the Left are positioned for a small victory he is able to snatch it from their teeth, they are looking as petty and irrelevant to the whole of America as they have looked to me for decades :beerchug::banana:


#3

Government has no business in the private market. The only thing they should do is let us purchase insurance across state lines.


#4

I don’t understand why the GOP doesn’t just do away with Obamacare in its entirety. If I remember correctly, BEFORE the Democrats rammed this abomination down our collective throats, Americans were NOT “dying in the streets” from lack of health care. Medicare should be continued as long as we’re being forced to contribute to it, but other than that, the government should stay OUT of the healthcare issue and free up the marketplace to design and offer insurance that will meet anyone’s needs.


#5

Because they only want to look conservative by voting to repeal Obama-don’t-care over and over again when there’s no way it’ll go through, and do jack when they could do it easily.


#6

Nope. Not at all. They are the reason healthcare became expensive, and when the government makes it more expensive and inefficient, it doubles down on itself as a solution. I apparently doesn’t matter what party is in control. Socialism is the preferred solution.


#7

Substantively, I don’t believe there’s a difference between Obamacare and Ryancare. The main difference is how my dollars flow to the government and how they may or may not flow back to me.

Nope. Not at all. They are the reason healthcare became expensive, and when the government makes it more expensive and inefficient, it doubles down on itself as a solution. I apparently doesn’t matter what party is in control. Socialism is the preferred solution.