TeaParty Jackson wrote: ...oh, yeah, and the picture of the execution chamber? No hyperbole THERE, right? Phoo. This website is for DUMMIES. - What a Disaster: Obamacare Shows the Dangers of High Capacity Legislation
Dear Comrade Jackson,
You are correct: The website is, in part, for dummies. And that is what brought you here.
Look, we’ve been doing this since the Internet was (eye roll) invented by Al Gore.
We kind of have an idea what we are doing when it comes to luring you liberal trolls who are graduates from the Soros Academy of Remedial Writing and Logic.
Hence, the picture of the execution chamber.
It worked. Even liberals like you understood the implications.
It got you mad, and you reacted.
I live off of folks like you.
Because, your reaction gives me the second and third and forth chance to make the underlying point.
What’s lethal injection compared to Obamacare? You may not like the death penalty, but at least the people who get it have due process under the law.
The rest of us won’t be quite so lucky.
“ObamaCare’s cost-cutting board — memorably called a ‘death panel’ by Sarah Palin — is facing growing opposition from Democrats who say it will harm people on Medicare,” writes The Hill. “Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean drew attention to the board designed to limit Medicare cost growth when he called for its repeal in an op-ed late last month.”
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The Hill says that Democrats who face tough reelection fights are also calling for an overhaul of the law to get rid of the ‘death panel’.
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