Monday, January 16, 2017

Ah, now I get it.


  1. Anonymous2:57 AM

    Looks good. Place them in front of RNC.

  2. Anonymous3:19 AM

    Is Axiom the corporation hired by the old Republicans and then Democrats?

  3. Anonymous3:35 AM

    Only 4 more days of peace and tranquility, I suggest we all enjoy it before the chaos begins.

    On Sunday alone he managed to again undermine our intelligence agencies and strike fear in our NATO allies with uncertainty for the future.

    I image putin and his buddies are sitting back laughing how easy it was to manipulate the orange narcissist.

    As for health insurance, I shutter to see what the republicans come up with in 100 days, when they didn’t do anything in the last 6 years.

    Is comrade trump going to model his plan on the russian plan-gulag for everyone?

    1. Anonymous5:37 AM

      I "shudder" myself.

  4. Anonymous3:43 AM

    A golden Shower for America, Thank you pooty and mornin tea readers.

  5. Anonymous3:45 AM

    ACA Ass Clown ASSociation?

    1. Anonymous7:27 AM

      Only for you, 3:45, only for you.

  6. Anonymous5:18 AM

    Old article, however gives us an idea of what to expect since traitor trump appears to be letting his guy write his plan. None of it is good news.

    Who is Rep. Tom Price, Trump’s pick for HHS Secretary?

    ...One component would have allowed patients to buy insurance across state lines — an idea that Trump repeatedly touted on the campaign trail as a solution to high health-care costs. And the health savings accounts that Price advocates allow patients to save money tax-free that can be used to pay for health care.

    What Price’s plan does not include is Medicaid expansion or an alternative. When it comes to Medicaid, Price has favored rolling back Medicaid expansion, which 32 states have adopted under the Affordable Care Act.

    In a Price-led HHS, that would likely come in the form of preventing companies from denying coverage if a person has maintained health insurance for a set period of time.

    “For people who are high income, it’s a great tax shelter,” Corlette said. “For those without a lot of disposable income it’s

    Supporters of the proposal say market forces would reduce the price of premiums as companies compete for more customers, while critics say the plan would constitute a step backward from the system already in place.

    “It would be hard to call it a comprehensive replacement,” said Sabrina Corlette, a research professor at Georgetown University’s Center on Health Insurance Reforms. “It would not come anywhere near to covering the number of people the Affordable Care Act covers.”

    Corlette also worries that such a plan would allow insurance companies to move to states with fewer regulations. As a result, she said, healthy people would buy the cheaper plans, and sicker patients would be forced to pay exorbitant premiums for their coverage.....

  7. Anonymous6:09 AM

    More lies and the right hand doens’t seem to know what the left is doing, aren’t we lucky?

    A NEW STANDARD -- DONALD TRUMP gave a few interviews in the last couple days. But the most noteworthy for our community is what he said to our pal Bob Costa of the Washington Post. His declaration to Costa that the Republican plan to replace Obamacare will provide “insurance for everybody” is sending shockwaves through elected Republican officials in D.C. Republicans had judiciously stayed away from such promises, knowing that it would be nearly impossible to insure as many people as Obamacare did. The catchphrase has been “universal access” to health insurance. Sean Spicer, Trump’s incoming White House press secretary, walked some of this back closer to congressional GOP orthodoxy this morning, but Trump saying he wants to insure everyone shows just how difficult a position D.C. Republicans are in. Privately, Republicans are fretting about being seen as indifferent to uninsured Americans. Have no doubt: Trump’s comment will be used against the GOP if they fall short of “insurance for everybody.” And, in a slight surprise to the leadership on Capitol Hill, Trump says the plan is almost formulated!

    -- “Trump vows ‘insurance for everybody’ in Obamacare replacement plan,” by Bob Costa and Amy Goldstein: “‘We’re going to have insurance for everybody,’ Trump said. ‘There was a philosophy in some circles that if you can’t pay for it, you don’t get it. That’s not going to happen with us.’ People covered under the law ‘can expect to have great health care. It will be in a much simplified form. Much less expensive and much better.’ … Trump warned Republicans that if the party splinters or slows his agenda, he is ready to use the power of the presidency — and Twitter — to usher his legislation to passage. ‘The Congress can’t get cold feet because the people will not let that happen,’ Trump said during the interview with The Post.”

  8. And the Deplorables would simply gush, "Oh, look. They sent flowers and a much nicer, bigger bouquet!"

  9. Anonymous10:20 AM

    The Affordable Care Act has worked perfectly for me! Repealing it, is an atrocious act by Republicans in the U.S. Congress. Screw their sorry white asses!

    Those in Congress are not carrying the same coverage as American citizens and who, may I ask, is paying for their coverage? Could it be we the taxpayers by any chance!

    We need to vote the 'old guard' out of Congress - Republicans - especially racist McConnel and Paul Ryan when they come up for reelection. They are obstructionists and do NOT represent the majority of Americans.

    We are going to miss President Obama and VP Biden leading our country! God, are we in trouble! There is NO comparison when you compare them to Trump and Pence. We are going to miss the steady, kind, thoughtful and knowledgeable lead of President Obama!!
    Love the fact that their approval ratings are so much higher than those of Trump and Pence!

    Be aware and prepared, Americans! We are going to need to fight Trump every step of the way!


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