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the cost of health care reform 9 years 10 months ago #388604

Nut_Man;388596 wrote:
11% say Congress is doing a good jobFall elections will be interesting
"11% of voters rate Congress’ performance as good or excellent, a range it’s been hovering in since late 2007."nice try. it's not suddenly only 11% because of this.
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the cost of health care reform 9 years 10 months ago #388605

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Not to mention the whole.. "Everyone in Congress sucks except MY representative" complex most people seem to have.
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the cost of health care reform 9 years 10 months ago #388610

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jwg;388610 wrote: The dumbass who drew this forgot to mention that the demacrats support the war, Obama (and the Dems) is EXPANDING the war, and both parties are run by big business and don't give a flying fuck about what the people of this country want or need. So that Political Cartoon = Fail.
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the cost of health care reform 9 years 10 months ago #388616

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The dumbass who drew this forgot to mention that the demacrats support the war, Obama (and the Dems) is EXPANDING the war, and both parties are run by big business and don't give a flying fuck about what the people of this country want or need. So that Political Cartoon = Fail.
It very well may be that both parties are backed with corporate agendas, but the Democrat agenda is the far lesser evil. It's just so plainly OBVIOUS that large insurance companies are paying off Republicans to go against the reform. It's actually PAINFULLY obvious.
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BuckFarack187;388615 wrote:
The dumbass who drew this forgot to mention that the demacrats support the war, Obama (and the Dems) is EXPANDING the war, and both parties are run by big business and don't give a flying fuck about what the people of this country want or need. So that Political Cartoon = Fail.
They didn't support at first, and ultimately if they believed they could leave now without causing greater problems down the line. Were in a lose-lose situation now, if we bail, they'll hate us. If we stay, they'll hate us. I think we should just blow the whole region up and say fuck-all to civilians.
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the cost of health care reform 9 years 10 months ago #388648

Violence in HD;388616 wrote:
It very well may be that both parties are backed with corporate agendas, but the Democrat agenda is the far lesser evil.
But really, isn't that like being called the thinnest kid at fat camp?
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the cost of health care reform 9 years 10 months ago #388649

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Violence in HD;388604 wrote:
"11% of voters rate Congress’ performance as good or excellent, a range it’s been hovering in since late 2007."nice try. it's not suddenly only 11% because of this.
Did I say it was directly related to this?I didn't. The point of showing how support for Congress is getting to record lows--It's that if the Republicans play their cards right and feed off people's dissatisfaction with Congress/Obama they can make the Democrats out to be the bad guys, and the ones who should be ousted. The way things are going it's probably going to happen.And then in another 6 years or so we'll be back here again. The cyclical politics of America.
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the cost of health care reform 9 years 10 months ago #388660

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Violence in HD;388616 wrote:
It very well may be that both parties are backed with corporate agendas, but the Democrat agenda is the far lesser evil. It's just so plainly OBVIOUS that large insurance companies are paying off Republicans to go against the reform. It's actually PAINFULLY obvious.
Really? Why would they be against a reform that requires all Americans to buy their product? Obama cut deals with them, the doctors, and Big Pharma before all of this even started.If you were old enough to remember the 1994 health care debate, the insurance companies were FAR more activist, bombarding the airwaves with ads against it. Not this time..
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Not to mention the whole.. "Everyone in Congress sucks except MY representative" complex most people seem to have.
Classic campaign strategy for senate and house. Blame your failures on your colleagues, take credit for the successes, and then demand to be sent back to fight "those bastards in DC." The dirty secret is everyone of those bastards is doing the same thing when the go home.
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