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  •  The man staved off a great depression (2+ / 0-)
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    and got the foundation laid for universal health care in this country despite opposition not only from the the most intransigent opposition in a century, but from doomsayers and purists in his own party.

    Tell all the people with pre-existing conditions that he hasn't "changed" anything.

    Tell these friends of yours if they want more dramatic change, vote Romney.  I GUARANTEE you a whole lotta change. Not the good kind.

    •  what makes you think... (1+ / 0-)
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      ...i don't already have a pre-existing condition.  Actually i have enough of them that I am uninsurable.  i have 'insurance' through a state program that costs nearly $4000 a year, which at 46 i am ashamed to say my mother helps me pay, that has a $5000 per incident deductable.  I cannot afford to go to a doctor.  And I really need to.  But remind me how great Obama's INSURANCE reform is when he should have been doing HEALTH CARE reform.  But I digress.  I do understand the difference between Obama and Romney.  And if it mattered in my state I would vote for him.  But don't blow smoke up my ass and call him liberal.

      We Glory in war, in the shedding of human blood. What fools we are.

      by delver rootnose on Sun Oct 14, 2012 at 10:19:59 AM PDT

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      •  I think you need to read the benefits (1+ / 0-)
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        of obamacare more carefully to make sure you understand what you stand to gain.

        I'll call him a liberal. You can blow smoke up your own ass if believing you won't benefit from Obamacare makes you feel better.

        And if you want Canadian-style health care instantly, without working through the American poltical process, Manitoba is still taking immigrants.

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