Jeff Stahler for July 05, 2012

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    Ketira  almost 12 years ago

    Hm… given how some States (like mine) are reacting to this, I can see why this cartoon features Uncle Sam..…and no, I did not vote for Scott, so don’t blame me for his fiascoes!

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    ObamaIsDaMan  almost 12 years ago

    When it’s done universal healthcare is going to be awesome!! Free healthcare which we have a right to will finally be here thanks to all you smart people who voted for the president. Imagine what he will achieve in his next term!!

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    braindead Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    Isn’t Scott the guy whose company was convicted of Medicare fraud?

    And yet the people of Florida elected him.

    Guess they will be voting for the guy with the Swiss bank account (and Cayman Islands).

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    3hourtour Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    ….the way I see it,the trouble with building a wall is that you may end up on the wrong side of it…

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    CasualBrowser  almost 12 years ago

    Your ‘explanation’ might be a valid claim against the Affordable Care Act if it didn’t read exactly like a hate-and-epithet-filled screed. Obviously you care nothing about proving your point, just expressing your emotions as maliciously as possible.

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    ARodney  almost 12 years ago

    The benefits are huge, and Harley, if you don’t know what’s in the bill, you must be getting your news from Fox. I’ve known what’s in it for two entire years, and it’s really an improvement over the rigged market we’ve got now. Yes, I’m not happy with it, but that’s mostly because the GOP negotiated out the public option and a whole lot of good cost control stuff before they voted against it. Gotta dance with the ones what brung you, I guess.

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    Sportymonk  almost 12 years ago

    Laughed when I saw the CNN interview with Mitt Romney. The reporter asked why Romney’s plan is Mass. was different than the “Tax” of Obama. He replied, its not a tax, its a penalty so its ok.

    So what’s the difference to the people? (No difference!)

    Here’s a blog with a fairly non-partisan look at what is wrong with The Affordable Health Care Act.

    Glad I am an unaffiliated voter, neither Democrat or Republican.

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    Mighty_Mouse  almost 12 years ago

    Notes from a foreigner:So, Uncle Sam is looking past the border to see how the rest of the world has been managing for decades?Because that is where Universal Health Care has been successfully operating and may just work in the Good Ol’ USA, whether or not it is ready for the 20th Century. Of course, by Universal, I just mean entire Planet Earth minus USA. And 20th Century is last century, not a typo.

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    oneoldhat  almost 12 years ago

    first the death panels yep canada H C is imploding per former head several area in england has put some items onsuspension of couse if USA adopts d [death panel] berwick plan of rationing by who you know it might work

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    dfowensby  almost 12 years ago

    the look on sam’s face sez it all. be scared. be Very Scared.

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    Justice22  almost 12 years ago

    The health bill is a start. Everyone believes that all people are covered today. They are covered by everyone else, either through taxes or increased premiums from everyone who has health insurance. Maybe this will be a little fairer to everyone?

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    Quipss  almost 12 years ago

    If you want a shortened healthcare act follow Canada in universal healthcare where the package was a wooping 14 pages

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    CasualBrowser  almost 12 years ago

    I think hiring more IRS agents is a great idea. Too many people have been able to get away with cheating on their taxes because there haven’t been enough agents to go after them all. Don’t you agree that laws should be enforced and people should pay their debts?

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    d_legendary1  almost 12 years ago

    Quit beating a dead horse Harlekinns. The guy in charge of the IRS already debunked that myth.
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    CasualBrowser  almost 12 years ago

    Making excuses for people who purposefully evade legal taxes is immoral. Yes, the tax code is overly complex, but there are plenty of people who don’t pay what they owe, taking advantage of the shortage of agents.

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    Dtroutma  almost 12 years ago

    Every project requires a few “red line” corrections during construction. We’re getting progress, and can improve it, but keep Boehner, Cantor, and the “burn it down boys” out of the room. (Ohio could be a BIG help with that come November.)

    It’s “affordable care” folks, NOT “free”!

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    Dr Lou Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    Universal health care is coming…and the sooner the better. But the GOP will continue to lie and misinform so as to stall it until the economy and Americans finally demand it.

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    Nebulous Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    907 pages in the PPACA.If you can’t get something THAT simple right, why should be believe you on anything else?

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    ObamaIsDaMan  almost 12 years ago

    @dragon- we have an obligation as citizens of humanity to provide for those who are not as fortunate due to the base inequalities if society. So yes, I have that right, just as you do to reach into my pockets. We’re all equal under the law.

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