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Pelosi: Founders Would Have Supported Obamacare Because… Job-Lock!
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Pelosi: Founders Would Have Supported Obamacare Because… Job-Lock!

April 1, 2014 by Sam Rolley

If Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) didn’t make every day feel like April Fool’s day, the Democratic lawmaker’s remark on Tuesday that America’s Founders would have supported Obamacare might have seemed like a joke. http://personalliberty.com/pelosi-founde...-job-lock/
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Crap, and they know it. People cared about their health in 1776, if they wanted healthcare to be the job of the government they would have written it down in 1782.

Organized healthcare and welfare BOTH existed as far back as 1500BC, neither is a 'new concept' that the "genius liberals" that the sixties vomited up think they are.
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Nancy Pelosi’s controversial marxist connection

Quote:Like the president, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi does not have to go through a background investigation in order to get a security clearance. This loophole in the law enables the president and members of Congress to automatically qualify for security clearances, even if they have controversial backgrounds and associations, by virtue of the fact that they get elected to high office in Washington, D.C.

In the case of Speaker Pelosi, who is second in the line of succession to the presidency after the vice president, there is increasing concern about whether she can be trusted with national security secrets.

But the concern not only involves her unsubstantiated charges against the CIA over what officials told her about the treatment of terrorists, but her close personal relationship with pro-Castro Rep. Barbara Lee and the “progressive” Hallinan family of San Francisco, once under scrutiny by the California Senate Fact-Finding Subcommittee on Un-American Activities for their pro-Soviet propaganda efforts.

http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/12069
It's the "BILL OF RIGHTS" not the bill of "needs"
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Nancy doesn't know the Founders like she thinks she does.

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When do I get my government issue bone saw, musket ball, 5th of whiskey and rag under Obamacare so we can cut down on ER visits to make room for the welfare deadbeats and illegals with their stubbed toes and sniffles? At the pharmacy I used to love the parasites who would go to the ER every month, every time they needed a refill for their blood pressure meds because for them going to the ER is more convenient than making an appointment with the GP and waiting two weeks for an office visit opening after all the office visits and ER visits are both "free" right? Hell you can even get a "free" chauffeur and not have to wait in fucking line thanks to the ambulance companies! Who cares if it costs the tax payers $4,000 bucks a month between the ambulance ride and ER visit versus $200 for the GP? Where's the incentive the live like the rest of us? Ever wonder why they make you wait so long in the ER? It's because of these clowns and their frivolous problems which I'm sure age getting people killed every single day by capitalizing on the ER staff's time rather than dealing with people who have real problems like the rest of us sitting in the waiting room trying to keep from bleeding out or going unconscious during the 2 hour wait. Oh but, Obamacare can't possibly be expected to solve shit like this, which really is driving up the cost of healthcare. We can't possibly interfere with the "entitlement" class.

http://www.annemergmed.com/article/S0196...0/abstract
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Emoticon;140521 Wrote:When do I get my government issue bone saw, musket ball, 5th of whiskey and rag under Obamacare so we can cut down on ER visits to make room for the welfare deadbeats and illegals with their stubbed toes and sniffles? At the pharmacy I used to love the parasites who would go to the ER every month, every time they needed a refill for their blood pressure meds because for them going to the ER is more convenient than making an appointment with the GP and waiting two weeks for an office visit opening after all the office visits and ER visits are both "free" right? Hell you can even get a "free" chauffeur and not have to wait in fucking line thanks to the ambulance companies! Who cares if it costs the tax payers $4,000 bucks a month between the ambulance ride and ER visit versus $200 for the GP? Where's the incentive the live like the rest of us? Ever wonder why they make you wait so long in the ER? It's because of these clowns and their frivolous problems which I'm sure age getting people killed every single day by capitalizing on the ER staff's time rather than dealing with people who have real problems like the rest of us sitting in the waiting room trying to keep from bleeding out or going unconscious during the 2 hour wait. Oh but, Obamacare can't possibly be expected to solve shit like this, which really is driving up the cost of healthcare. We can't possibly interfere with the "entitlement" class.

http://www.annemergmed.com/article/S0196...0/abstract

2 hours!?!
How do you rate priority service like that?
4 - 6 hours is more like it. Pack a lunch, you'll need it.
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Emoticon;140521 Wrote:When do I get my government issue bone saw, musket ball, 5th of whiskey and rag under Obamacare so we can cut down on ER visits to make room for the welfare deadbeats and illegals with their stubbed toes and sniffles? At the pharmacy I used to love the parasites who would go to the ER every month, every time they needed a refill for their blood pressure meds because for them going to the ER is more convenient than making an appointment with the GP and waiting two weeks for an office visit opening after all the office visits and ER visits are both "free" right? Hell you can even get a "free" chauffeur and not have to wait in fucking line thanks to the ambulance companies! Who cares if it costs the tax payers $4,000 bucks a month between the ambulance ride and ER visit versus $200 for the GP? Where's the incentive the live like the rest of us? Ever wonder why they make you wait so long in the ER? It's because of these clowns and their frivolous problems which I'm sure age getting people killed every single day by capitalizing on the ER staff's time rather than dealing with people who have real problems like the rest of us sitting in the waiting room trying to keep from bleeding out or going unconscious during the 2 hour wait. Oh but, Obamacare can't possibly be expected to solve shit like this, which really is driving up the cost of healthcare. We can't possibly interfere with the "entitlement" class.

http://www.annemergmed.com/article/S0196...0/abstract

2 hours!?!
How do you rate priority service like that?
4 - 6 hours is more like it. Pack a lunch, you'll need it.


Last time I was in an ER was under my own power at Abington Hospital and that's about how long the wait was. That was years ago though after some moron putting on makeup decided to rear end me HARD and ruin my day. After having back and neck problems as well as numbness (that I still have) from the whiplash and impact I went mainly because I needed it documented very shortly after the accident. In general anyone who knows me knows that I will under no circumstances go to the ER unless one of the following criteria is met Tongue:

-I am unconscious. (at which point I've instructed my wife that she must first poke me with a stick to determine if I'm dead or not Big Grin)
-I have blood coming from somewhere it's not supposed to other than from a skin laceration.
-I can't fix it with butterflies and superglue lol.

Other than that, no thanks, I have no need for hospitals. Like a house pet if I'm sick I usually find a dark and quiet place to writhe and wallow in pain for a while or walk it off until whatever it is goes away lol Tongue. I'm not one of those people who bothers going to the ER over a bad cold or the flu.
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