chirp, chirp, chirp, chirp

Hear the sound of crickets? That’s all I hear when I ask you to defend card check, corn subsidies, Barney Franks toxic loans STILL being given out!!! And you still haven’t told me how you like your new premiums. And you won’t aknowledge that Obama told eveyone a 1000 times that if you like your healthcare plan you can keep it. Wasn’t that your rallying cry? And of course it doesn’t exist. Was he a liar? Was their ever any intention of letting people keep thier healthcare? I don’t think so. When are you going to defend all of these instead of ridicule Sarah Palin? You can’t run, you can’t hide son. I’ll track you down and ask you these questions until I get an answer!!! 🙂


5 Responses to “chirp, chirp, chirp, chirp”

  1. urstupidnourstupid Says:

    Why are you expecting me to defend Barney Frank? Don’t hold your breath for that. I don’t know what you mean about my “new premiums”. And I don’t understand why you think everyone will have to give up their private insurance. Corn subsidies? I sent you a story about Obama trying to kill subsidies–and really…who the hell cares about corn subsidies when half of corporate America avoids taxes, gets federal welfare, blah blah blah.

    And you think with one flick of a pen, every health insurance agency will be out of business? An entire industry…obsolete? With suddenly 300,000 people out of work? What the hell are you talking about?

    I’m still waiting for you to admit that Palin is an idiotic, vapid, incoherent, babbling liar. But I won’t hold my breath since you think she’s a “reformer” and can’t admit that you were wrong and that the man you voted for for president made an inexcusable lack of judgement in selecting her.

  2. urstupidnourstupid Says:

    I already said back in the campaign that it was a mistake and she wasn’t ready. But she is not an idiotic vapid liar. Just because your mainstream media pieces together hours of tape to make her look bad, doesn’t mean she is a vapid, inconherent liar. I would much rather have her as President right now than Obama. Hands down. Even if she isn’t ready.

    Obama did not try to kill subsidies, he tried to cap what would have been less than 2% of the subsidies. Not caring about useless subsidies because half of corporate America avoids taxes is a pretty sad commentary on what our government has become and how apathetic and defeated the public is. Why don’t we just send everyone a check for 100k then? Everyone is getting over on the govt so let’s let everyone get a piece.

    I gave you an article that had estimates from the CBO what your health care premiums will be (in the 5k range). You will be required to buy this care or you will pay a penalty or possibly face jail time. Just wanted to know how you like your premiums.

    I didn’t say every health insurance agency would go out of business. You are completely disconnected from what I am talking about. It’s as if you cannot fathom what I am saying so you choose to not understand it. What I said was Obama said you can keep your healthcare and the bill says you cannot. Pretty simple. LIAR!!! But you cannot own up to that.

    My overall point is that all of these things point directly back to the 2nd bill of rights. A progressive movement that has been around for decades. This isn’t out of the box thinking. It’s implementing the progressive policies that have been part of the progressive plan for a long time.

    Unions (card check) – The right to a useful and remunerative job in the industries or shops or farms or mines of the nation; The right to earn enough to provide adequate food and clothing and recreation;

    Corn subsidies – The right of every farmer to raise and sell his products at a return which will give him and his family a decent living;

    Barney Franks FHA giveaway – The right of every family to a decent home;

    Healthcare reform: The right to adequate medical care and the opportunity to achieve and enjoy good health;

    Extended unemployment: The right to adequate protection from the economic fears of old age, sickness, accident, and unemployment;

    Connect the progressive dots. You didn’t actually think these were new ideas did you?

  3. urstupidnourstupid Says:

    If you can’t keep your private insurance, then that must mean that you will be forced into a government program, right? If that happens then there will be no need for private insurance, right? Then private insurance companies will go under, right? What am I missing.

    You couldn’t even show me yourself where it says that.

    I’m not big on unions, but who are you to say that people can’t organize if they want?

    Palin…Jesus Scott. Oh…it’s the media’s fault, huh? Blame the media. Every other candidate seemed to do ok with the media. The woman has no grasp of policy. She is…forget it. You’re nuts. And I will harp on her forever. And if you don’t think she is a liar, well I’ll just have to point some things out. I’ve got lots of ammo. Care to take that statement back?

  4. urstupidnourstupid Says:

    What a great defense of all of these liberal policies that perfectly correlate with the pogressive movement that has been around for decades. What a great defense of Obama and his deception. What a great defense of card check. I really understand now why you think card check is a good policy to implement. And Obama wanting to cap subsidies for less than 2 percent of the farmers. Wow. I’m impressed. You really showed me.

    All you can do is personally attack Palin because that is all the liberal media does. Skirt the issues and character assassination. Standard procedure.

    You should support Palin. If the Republicans put her up against Obama then he will be guaranteed a 2nd term.

  5. urstupidnourstupid Says:

    Did I say card check is good?

    I attack Palin because she makes it so damn easy.

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