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Thursday, June 22, 2017

tomseim2g@gmail.com: Jun 22 09:05PM -0700

Typical libtard. Therefore Trump DOESN'T LIE!
tomseim2g@gmail.com: Jun 22 09:01PM -0700

On Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 2:03:31 PM UTC-7, Alan Baker wrote:
 
> >> Why are you so afraid to answer?
 
> > Why are you a FRAUD?
 
> Answer my question...
 
When pigs fly...
tomseim2g@gmail.com: Jun 22 09:02PM -0700

On Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 2:03:31 PM UTC-7, Alan Baker wrote:
 
> >> Why are you so afraid to answer?
 
> > Why are you a FRAUD?
 
> Answer my question...
 
OK, you're NEVER going to provide the PROOF - because you don't have any. This conversation is OVER.
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Jun 22 02:22PM -0700

On 2017-06-22 2:11 PM, DumbedDownUSA wrote:
 
> Fucking lying Trumpets.
 
> Quote *expenditure* that supports your claim or admit ignorance and
> dishonesty, Trumpet.
 
Funny how he invoked spending by the Democrats...
 
...but now only wants to talk about money directly spent by the candidates.
 
 
:-)
tomseim2g@gmail.com: Jun 22 08:58PM -0700

On Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 1:44:48 PM UTC-7, Alan Baker wrote:
> Ossoff totaled $18.2 million as of June 19, against just under $8
> million by groups backing Ossoff or opposing Handel.'
 
> Oops.
 
WHEN are you going to get the message? Dimocrats spent $32M, give or take, and they LOST! Now many want Pelosi out, which I think is their smartest move in years. Repeat: you guys LOST, what you're doing ISN'T WORKING!!!
tomseim2g@gmail.com: Jun 22 08:59PM -0700

On Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 1:58:04 PM UTC-7, Alan Baker wrote:
> >> found to have happened by the courts).
 
> > So how does that impact the polls being wrong? It doesn't.
 
> The predictions being wrong doesn't make the polls wrong, doofus.
 
Yeah, right - the polls were SO ACCURATE last Nov. NEWSFLASH: when something ain't working try something DIFFERENT!
Dene <gdstrue@aol.com>: Jun 22 02:56PM -0700

On Thu, 22 Jun 2017 13:35:16 -0500 (CDT), Moderate
 
>> They had an entire health care programs as a solution. Let the shit for brains repugs pass it and watch them fall flat on their faces. But I'm certain that they will continue, after o-care is gone, blaming the health care problems on it and not their piece of shit toss-together.
 
>Obamacare was not a solution. It failed. It failed at a very
> costly price.
 
It was flawed and set for changes, but better than the first two tries
by the GOP this year. I don't think this last one will pass either.
 
We all agree that ACA is flawed. What confounds me is why aren't the Democrats working for a solution? What ideas they bring to the table?
Carbon <nobrac@nospam.tampabay.rr.com>: Jun 22 06:45PM -0400

On 06/22/2017 05:56 PM, Dene wrote:
 
> It was flawed and set for changes, but better than the first two tries
> by the GOP this year. I don't think this last one will pass either.
 
> We all agree that ACA is flawed. What confounds me is why aren't the Democrats working for a solution? What ideas they bring to the table?
 
Are you serious? The whole thing was done behind closed doors.
BK@Onramp.net: Jun 22 06:06PM -0500

On Thu, 22 Jun 2017 18:45:44 -0400, Carbon
>> by the GOP this year. I don't think this last one will pass either.
 
>> We all agree that ACA is flawed. What confounds me is why aren't the Democrats working for a solution? What ideas they bring to the table?
 
>Are you serious? The whole thing was done behind closed doors.
 
The congressional Democrats have been shut out from day one of this
discussion. Even most of the Republican Congressmen were this time.
That's one reason that it probably won't change a thing. Obamacare is
alive and still needs change.
BK@Onramp.net: Jun 22 06:20PM -0500

On Thu, 22 Jun 2017 18:13:36 -0500 (CDT), Moderate
 
>> It was flawed and set for changes, but better than the first two tries
>> by the GOP this year. I don't think this last one will pass either.
 
>Not better, worse.
 
Wrong
>Complete repeal, even better.
Wronger
BK@Onramp.net: Jun 22 06:27PM -0500

On Thu, 22 Jun 2017 18:16:18 -0500 (CDT), Moderate
 
>>> We all agree that ACA is flawed. What confounds me is why aren't the Democrats working for a solution? What ideas they bring to the table?
 
>> Are you serious? The whole thing was done behind closed doors.
 
>Carbon's memory is nonexistent.
 
Yours isn't correct.
 
>'We have to pass the Bill to find out what is in it.'
 
Pelosi actually said;
"We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it, away
from the fog of the controversy"
 
Completely changes the intent of the quote, but then you seldom post
anything that does.
"John B." <johnb505@gmail.com>: Jun 22 04:34PM -0700

Any ideas they might have brought to the table would have been ignored by the Republicans. They wrote the bill in secrecy. Alll the Republicans have done is move pieces around on the chessboard. They now have to reconcile it with the House version, which is an exercise in cruelty. If they end up with something they can pass, it won't be any better than ACÁ.
Carbon <nobrac@nospam.tampabay.rr.com>: Jun 22 07:56PM -0400

> from the fog of the controversy"
 
> Completely changes the intent of the quote, but then you seldom post
> anything that does.

True, but the extremists on the far right only want their biases confirmed. They don't care what the facts are. That's why they're all so easy to manipulate.
BK@Onramp.net: Jun 22 07:45PM -0500

On Thu, 22 Jun 2017 18:30:48 -0500 (CDT), Moderate
>> anything that does.
 
>Not at all. Dims kept Obamacare secret. Changed the rules of
> Congress to pass it.
 
You were wrong about Pelosi's quote...completely. Your memory is what
you want things to be.
"John B." <johnb505@gmail.com>: Jun 22 05:54PM -0700

The Democrats did not pass ACA in secret. It was an open process from beginning to end.
BK@Onramp.net: Jun 22 09:18PM -0500

On Thu, 22 Jun 2017 17:54:06 -0700 (PDT), "John B."
 
>The Democrats did not pass ACA in secret. It was an open process from beginning to end.
 
With absolutely no help from Republicans. Unfortunately we'll see the
same from the Democrats now.
 
I don't think that there are more than a couple of dozen out of the
535 Congressmen who could be counted on to be bipartisan.
Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Jun 22 06:11PM -0500


>> When did Trump say he had tapes?
 
> He implied it to attempt to intimidate Comey.
 
> The fact that he phrased it in weasel words doesn't change anything.
 
So the title of the thread should be
 
'Trump implied, Baker lied.'
--
Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Jun 22 06:13PM -0500

>> costly price.
 
> It was flawed and set for changes, but better than the first two tries
> by the GOP this year. I don't think this last one will pass either.
 
Not better, worse.
 
Complete repeal, even better.
--
Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Jun 22 06:16PM -0500

> On 06/22/2017 05:56 PM, Dene wrote:
 
>> We all agree that ACA is flawed. What confounds me is why aren't the Democrats working for a solution? What ideas they bring to the table?
 
> Are you serious? The whole thing was done behind closed doors.
 
Carbon's memory is nonexistent.
 
'We have to pass the Bill to find out what is in it.'
 
 
--
Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Jun 22 06:18PM -0500

>> done that for many years and may have forgotten how.
 
> You thicktard, how can you negotiate when the republicans refuse to
> even consult?
 
We have to pass Obamacare to find out what is in it.
Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Jun 22 06:23PM -0500


> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia%27s_6th_congressional_district_special_election,_2017#Polling
 
> The latest polls had Handel ahead in 2 out of three and tied in the
> third.
 
Not according to your cite or the actual polls.
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Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Jun 22 06:28PM -0500

> On 2017-06-22 12:25 PM, Moderate wrote:
 
>> So how does that impact the polls being wrong? It doesn't.
 
> The predictions being wrong doesn't make the polls wrong, doofus.
 
No, the results made the polls and predictions wrong.
 
When I accepted Carbon's $100 bet I went against the polls. I
predicted correctly.
 
Carbon welched.
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Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Jun 22 06:30PM -0500

> from the fog of the controversy"
 
> Completely changes the intent of the quote, but then you seldom post
> anything that does.
 
Not at all. Dims kept Obamacare secret. Changed the rules of
Congress to pass it.
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"DumbedDownUSA" <dumb.america@gmail.com>: Jun 22 08:56PM


> > How would that work, Michael?
 
> It is called "bipartisan negotiation." I realize that Dims haven't
> done that for many years and may have forgotten how.
 
You thicktard, how can you negotiate when the republicans refuse to
even consult?
 
It's called being a douche when you say things like that.
 
I mean come on now, this is your cuntry we are talking about and you
clearly know shit all about what is going on.
 
Isn't it time you took an interst in something other than trolling from
a position of ignorance?
tomseim2g@gmail.com: Jun 22 01:06PM -0700

On Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 9:57:19 AM UTC-7, Willie Brennan wrote:
> Because none of them read the 2700 pages it encompased.
 
> Or the 20,000 pages of regulations.
 
They can read?
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