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  1. Debbie Wasserman Token’s as dumb as a brick. It’s worth noting that she represents a part of Florida that was totally baffled by the simplistic butterfly ballots. Hell, if the Redneck Riviera could figure it out….

    Like I said, the Republicans have a plan to end Medicare as we know it.

    Swiping $500 million to make ObamaCareless look appealing doesn’t?

    What they would do is they would take the people who are younger than 55 years old today and tell them You know what? You’re on your own.

    Really? Sounds good. See, the Republicans actually believe that the American people are capable of figuring stuff out on their own.

    Go and find private health insurance in the healthcare insurance market,

    Sweet!

    we’re going to throw you to the wolves and allow insurance companies to deny you coverage and drop you for pre-existing conditions.

    As opposed to the benevolent government panel letting you die because you’re to old and can no longer hold a shovel? Typical liberal fear mongering.

    We’re going to give you X amount of dollars and you figure it out.

    OK!!!

    But I wonder if you replaced “Republicans” with “dhimicreeps” and “Medicare” with “abortion”, what would her tone be?

    “Guess what! We’ll give you X amount of dollars and you can find your own abortion doctor! Won’t that be nice!”

    Comment by TGC — May 31, 2011 @ 3:52 am - May 31, 2011

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