If You Like Your Plan, You Can’t Keep It


My Cancellation (MyCancellation) on Twitter

h/t to @NJSnowFan

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11 Responses to If You Like Your Plan, You Can’t Keep It

  1. @NJSnowFan says:

    I thought it was interesting how Twitter suspended @mycancellation two times and just turned it back on Saturday night.


  2. Eric Simpson says:

    More Than a Glitch – Hilarious Ad Destroys Obamacare:

  3. A Conscious Citizen says:

    For starters, I refuse to vote for a single American politician (unless Chomsky runs for pres.) so DONT label me a Dem or Obamalover or whatever the fuck you call your sworn enemies. However, if you want to talk lies Ill talk lies. Weapons of Mass destruction, those were there right? The Vietnam War, going well right? The Patriot Act, not violating your civil liberties right? jim sensenbrenner, not a bigoted Nazi right? Mitt Romney, not cutting the hair off of homosexuals right? The housing market, growing growing growing right? The corporate elite, care about the rest of us right? Marijuana, Nancy says it’ll kill you right? Rush Limbaugh, not a drug addicted pig right? I can keep going, and they don’t all have to be comical. Further, lets talk numbers: What percent of people might lose their plan? 2, maybe 5, even 7 percent? Name another Republican piece of legislation that actually cared about the effects it would have on such a minority. Lets take away food stamps, no mention of the x percent that will starve. The truth is legislating is not an exact science, and general statements are made that don’t address certain minorities. Follow-up legislation is necessary to implement every large package of bills, however we won’t see that pass in a House hell-bent on stopping even the possibility of a successful bill, even at the expense of the entire country! But why should we expect any different? That’s how the right works, selfishly putting the profit of a small minority over the general well-being of the people as a whole. It isn’t a question of givers and takers, workers and moochers, its a question of moral development. Some of us are still in that “Me Me Me Profit Profit Profit above all else” two-year old stage, while others are reaching a more altruistic stage that actually requires you to care about your neighbor.

    • Millions of people losing their full time jobs and their health insurance is “caring about your neighbor?”

      They tried communism out starting 100 years ago, and it was total disaster. Only a complete moron would want to do it again.

    • tom0mason says:

      “…selfishly putting the profit of a small minority over the general well-being of the people as a whole. ”
      And the state screwing many thousands,probably millions, of individuals and causing major problems to the insurance industry is good for people as a whole?
      Your diatribe makes no logical sense.

    • Lars P. says:

      ” However, if you want to talk lies Ill talk lies. ”
      I stopped there. Reading from the other posts it waved me 45 seconds of my life.

    • Olaf Koenders says:

      Good lord.. You sound like an Obummer teleprompter.

    • gofer says:

      Gore is a true altruistic person. After all, he’s trying to save humanity and it’s only brought him over 200 million so far. Democrats are good at covering themselves with altruistic fronts like the Clinton Foundation. Democrats don’t make profits because they don’t have a product but an ideology which people contribute to in order to “save” whatever. They are a bunch of them, all operating on “send your maximum tax deductible contribution to (fill in name) to help us save the (fill in blank).

      It’s not “caring about your neighbor” that drives the baker to get up early and bake bread, but profits, the desire to have whatever it may be that he considers worth his labor. People’s labor, risks and investments, in time and energy, are worth something and this something is called profit, whether it be a person or a business. It’s why the western world stands in such stark contrast to communist countries and yet they are demonized.

      The Kochs are bad in the eyes of democrats since they make profits on products and services while George Soros, the owner of the democrat party as parodied by SNL, goes around betting currency markets and he is a good guy.

      It’s very difficult to understand, other than people are simply jealous or envious that they aren’t rich. I had a friend, once, who was a HS dropout and he raged against “Republicans who only wanted to make rich people richer.” He hated people with money and didn’t realize he was simply jealous and coping with his own failures.

  4. David A says:

    The inability to write in paragraphs is a sign of a poorly functioning mind. What you wrote is proof.

  5. Hew Manatee says:

    That’s how the right works, selfishly putting the profit of a small minority over the general well-being of the people as a whole. Some of us are still in that “Me Me Me Profit Profit Profit above all else” two-year old stage
    Indeed. And here they are:
    Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va) – net worth – $96.3 million
    Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn) – net worth – $85.3 million
    Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va) – net worth – $83.7 million
    Rep. John Delaney (D-Md.) – net worth – $68.3 million
    Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) – net worth – $68.1 million
    Rep. Scott Peters (D-Calif.) – net worth – $44.7 million
    Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) – net worth – $41.6 million
    Rep. Chellie Pingree (D-Maine) – net worth – $34.4 million
    Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) – net worth – $24.4 million
    Rep. Suzan DelBene (D-Wash.) – net worth – $23.9 million
    Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) – net worth – $16.6 million
    Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III (D-Mass.) – net worth – $15.2 million
    Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) – net worth – $14.9 million
    Rep. Nita M. Lowey (D-N.Y.) – net worth – $12.8 million
    Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) – net worth – $11.8 million
    Not a bad effort on a politician’s salary!

  6. gofer says:

    “A new 49-state analysis by the Manhattan Institute finds that Obamacare will increase individual-market insurance premiums by an average 41%.” —Breitbart

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