Matt Wuerker for March 15, 2013

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    Dtroutma  about 10 years ago

    Idiots Explosive Deception

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    Motivemagus  about 10 years ago

    Well, naturally. It is a Republican plan, something they were very willing to claim until Obama took it up as a desperate attempt to get SOMETHING passed. Obama’s first choice was a single-payer program — and in fact if we simply extended Medicare to the whole population it would be much cheaper. His second choice, people seem to have forgotten, was a nonprofit, self-funding, government-backed insurance company, which the insurance industry lobbied against, with the help of their supposedly “free-market” allies, the GOP.

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    edward thomas Premium Member about 10 years ago

    Well, Ima, why don’t you ask Darrell Issa about his recently introduced bill H776? He has now “decided” that the Federal Health Benefits plan should be open to non-federal employees. Sure sounds like government health insurance to me! (Federal Times, issue delivered 3/7/13)

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    ARodney  about 10 years ago

    Obamacare is a really, really big deal. Not perfect, and still the most expensive in the world, but it’s the free-market solution to a serious problem that kills over 40,000 Americans a year. If you’ve got your own solution Ima (just kidding! of course you don’t!) we’d love to hear it. “Stay healthy, but if you don’t stay healthy, die quickly before you bankrupt your family.”

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    nos.nevets  about 10 years ago

    Go Ryan.

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    Rickapolis  about 10 years ago

    Another enemy of America hiding in plain sight in Congress.

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    rockngolfer  about 10 years ago

    Problems with Ryan’s budget include that he used asssumptions from last summer, and things have changed since then.

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    I Play One On TV  about 10 years ago

    To tell the difference between a Republican and a Democrat: The Democrats are the party of no ideas. The Republicans are the party of bad ideas. Thanks to Lewis Black.


    A glass of water sits on a table, half full/half empty of water.

    The Democrat says: Wouldn’t it be nice if the whole world was able to get clean water, as much as we wanted, no matter the cost?

    The Republican says: Hey! Who took the rest of my water?

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    Motivemagus  about 10 years ago

    Sad but true. Had he used that as his opening gambit in negotiation, maybe he could have gotten his second choice through. He’s not a good negotiator.

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