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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by PB the Deplorable on Today at 09:58:22 AM »
The following is a perfect example of why a clueless Donald Trump has not, and will not "repeal and replace Ombamacare", as promised to his voters.

GOP Rep Tells Mom Her Son On Medicaid Should Just Get A Better Job If He Wants Health Care

Rep. Warren Davidson (R-Ohio) told the mother of a service industry worker who has benefitted from the Affordable Care Actís Medicaid expansion that her son should get a better job if he wants decent insurance when Obamacare is repealed.

ďOK, I donít know anything about your son, but as you described him, his skills are focused in an industry that doesnít have the kind of options that you want him to have for health care. So, I donít believe that these taxpayers here are entitled to give that to him. I believe heís got the opportunity to go earn those health benefits,Ē he responded, eliciting boos from the crowd.

http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_58fbd993e4b00fa7de14d627?ncid=inblnkushpmg00000009

Mr. Davidson seems to think service industry workers are not worthy enough for healthcare in America. He's suggested if they want decent healthcare coverage they can "go earn those health benefits" by finding a better job....Un. Fucking. Believable.

Mr. Davidson's photo should be plastered across his home state of Ohio and D.C. like a 'Most Wanted' poster so that everyone knows who he is. Then, everytime he encouters a service industry worker throughout his daily routine--from buying his morning latte, to filling up his car with gas, picking up his Big Mac with large fries and Diet Coke, to stopping by WalMart for his jumbo pack of toilet paper to wipe his fat ass--each and every worker who serves Dr. Davidson throughout his day should ask him why he thinks they do not deserve healthcare in America.

If Rep. Davidson and others of his ilk are really stupid enough to think the only thing standing between low-wage workers and having healthcare is finding a better job, then he needs to resign. He is unfit to represent every low-wage worker in his district. As it is he was elected in a special election in 2016 when John Boehner resigned, thus is among those up for re-election in the 2018 mid-terms. The loud boos from his constituents should clue him in that he's somehow out of touch.   

Trump can continue to support this shitshow, but the loud boos are going to continue right up to the mid-term elections in November of 2018. His taxpayer-provided golfing days are numbered.

Basically what you're telling us is 1) once a government handout is granted, it's politically impossible to end it, and 2) when the Democrats had absolute control of the government, they gave us shit on a shingle for everyone instead of addressing the problems a small percentage of the population were experiencing.

We already knew both of these facts.
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by (((The King of Kings))) on Today at 09:49:45 AM »
The following is a perfect example of why a clueless Donald Trump has not, and will not "repeal and replace Ombamacare", as promised to his voters.

GOP Rep Tells Mom Her Son On Medicaid Should Just Get A Better Job If He Wants Health Care

Rep. Warren Davidson (R-Ohio) told the mother of a service industry worker who has benefitted from the Affordable Care Actís Medicaid expansion that her son should get a better job if he wants decent insurance when Obamacare is repealed.

ďOK, I donít know anything about your son, but as you described him, his skills are focused in an industry that doesnít have the kind of options that you want him to have for health care. So, I donít believe that these taxpayers here are entitled to give that to him. I believe heís got the opportunity to go earn those health benefits,Ē he responded, eliciting boos from the crowd.

http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_58fbd993e4b00fa7de14d627?ncid=inblnkushpmg00000009

Mr. Davidson seems to think service industry workers are not worthy enough for healthcare in America. He's suggested if they want decent healthcare coverage they can "go earn those health benefits" by finding a better job....Un. Fucking. Believable.




"But, MOM, I want to work at gamestop four days a week as a 25-35 year old man, they should give me a livable wage and free comprehensive health coverage.  It's so stressful sitting behind the counter telling people where Grand Theft Auto 5 is, and do you know how many times a day I get pranked on the telephone by some dude asking if we carry "Battletoads"?


She sounds like a hard working Mom who is trying to instill in her adult child the idea of finding better jobs means better benefits.  To the frothing fuckhead liberal it sounds like the end of the world though.
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by (((The King of Kings))) on Today at 09:39:22 AM »


*pats thing01 on the head*

LOL. Okay, little man...you run along and play now. I'll let you know when dinner is ready.

God damn right you will let us know when the dinner you cooked is ready.
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I forget the story from a few months ago where his show hired an actor to play as his interviewee.

I forgot the story that you had molested children and you are on the sex offender list and had to contact MV privately to make sure no children posted here or you could be charged with accessing the internet to meet children.

I am pretty sure this is true.
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Watching the shit show, did he just say his dinner was 4 game hens?

Well sometimes one is not enough...........................
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OMG    LMFAO

ATTENTION ! !   ATTENTION ! !     READ ALL ABOUT IT !
Drive-by  Jizzings on the rise in Malaysia.   
Beware the moped masturbator.

http://metro.co.uk/2017/04/23/hunt-for-pervert-on-a-moped-who-masturbates-and-rides-away-6591905/

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Random Topics / Re: United Breaks Guitars (and Senior citizens.)
« Last post by ItsOver on Today at 07:49:53 AM »
I used Amtrack last weekend. No guitars were broken, and no concussions were sustained. I feel like I am missing out.
I'll just stick to my car.  Put it on cruise control, turn on the radio, and relax.  I'm usually in no rush and I don't have to put up with the TSA and cattle car treatment.  Plus, I don't have the additional expense and some jerk trying to sell additional charges for a rental car at the destination. 
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" A pine cone shortage may have led the squirrels to seek other food sources, although scientists are skeptical.  "





Hey, what's in here ?

SMILE...     * Click




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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Lisa Garr
« Last post by (Sandman) Logan-5 on Today at 06:33:20 AM »
I like the way she just flicks the switch and cuts off the guest. She did that more than a few times this morning.   ::)
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