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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Crabtownboy, Jul 11, 2014.
Obama haters, as some are on the BB, will never admit what has become obvious.
Your thread is a lie, as usual. And unsupported by your MSNBC fluff piece.
So where is your proof it is a lie? By the way, the article cited a study from the Commonwealth Fund. Follow that link before making uninformed, ignorant comments.
Like I said, Obama haters will never admit the facts if they do not like them.
Facts are nasty things. Sometimes they force us to change our minds .... assuming we have a mind to change.
You have provided the proof. Your source does not support the title of the thread.
It's a lie, as usual.
Does the report name any GOP leaders who are satisfied?
Was it based on a poll?
What does it matter?
The Commonwealth Fund is a liberal think tank headed by a former Democratic staffer.
Nothing they put out can be trusted.
I read the entire original report, and there is not a single, verifiable, researchable statistic in the whole thing.
C.T.Boy is lazy. His "research" consists of lefty blog searches, and seldom does he even read his own sources.
It was reported this morning that Obama has a 72% favorable rating.
All polls must be taken with a grain of salt. It must be considered where the poll was administered, number of respondents, etc.
That all said, here's the #1 lie in the article from the OP:
"Republicans did everything they could to discourage Americans from getting health care coverage."
That sort of irresponsible, inflammatory story-telling has no business in journalism.
There are so many things wrong with the op it is hard to keep up with them all.
1. It links back to another MSNBC report to substantiate its claim. (circular reasoning fallacy)
2. That prior report makes inflammatory claims with no supporting evidence. (begging the question fallacy)
3. As Bro. Curtis said there is no verifiable info to look too.
It is full of ad populum and ad hominem fallacies as well.
I feed trolls because it is tax deductible
But I would like an answer to my question a few posts back:
Here is the original report:
Conservative vs liberal. You can trust one but you can't trust the other?
Sinful men are sinful men.
Don’t put your confidence in powerful people;
there is no help for you there.
4When they breathe their last, they return to the earth,
and all their plans die with them.
5But joyful are those who have the God of Israela as their helper,
whose hope is in the LORD their God.
6He made heaven and earth,
the sea, and everything in them.
He keeps every promise forever.
7He gives justice to the oppressed
and food to the hungry.
The LORD frees the prisoners.
8The LORD opens the eyes of the blind.
The LORD lifts up those who are weighed down.
The LORD loves the godly.
9The LORD protects the foreigners among us.
He cares for the orphans and widows,
but he frustrates the plans of the wicked. Psalm 146:3-9
Perhaps we can look upon Obamacare as God loosing our hands to give to those in need what we have so tightly held on to?
So pleased with it or not, God allowed it to be in place to be used to His glory. Obamacare can be a good talking point upon which to segue into the Gospel. :thumbsup:
opps ..... wrong thread
Like I said the Obama haters will never admit to the truth.
Here is more salt for their wounds. I truly enjoy reading the knee-jerk reactions. Many are very humorous.
Love (the headline) and somewhat satisfied (question in poll) are two extremely different opinions