If you believe the Gallup poll, Romney has the advantage at 51% to 45%, plus or minus 2%.
We have since then been learning about the bill as journalists pour through it, though 9 out of 10 people couldn't tell you when it starts, what it will cost per person or how you even enroll.
Other than that it was very transparent.
We can talk about all of the President and Senates budgets if you wish also, to include Senator Reids (there no reason to even write a budget in 2011).
Last edited by Thiebear; October-18th-2012 at 05:47 AM.
You dispute the Pelosi 2012 update to the "You can't know what's in it before we pass it" that i believe even the Washington Post though was a bit shady.
or the rest of the Transparency links posted to show us all what is going to happen in the future in the administration?
Do YOU Know anything about Obamacare? Other than its awesome....
Last edited by Thiebear; October-18th-2012 at 08:30 AM.
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New Revelation At ’47%’ Dinner – Romney Was Hoping For Something Like Iran Hostage
It seems that for Romney, the “truths” told during that particular fundraiser are like any ghost worth his reputation, the haunting is relentless and this latest portion could be the most damaging of all. In the video, Romney is caught hoping for an Iran hostage type situation to help propel him into the White House. Is it any surprise that he has tried to make political hay out of the Benghazi terror attacks?
As you watch the video, notice the man (is that a British accent?) asking Romney how he can “duplicate” an Iran hostage type scenario. Instead of dismissing the question as going against American interests, Romney agrees that the strategy would be beneficial. The entire video is worth a listen but at the end, Romney says, “if something of that nature presents itself, I will work to take advantage of the opportunity.”
Here are some links with the highlights:
http://www.healthcare.gov/law/index.html and more specifically http://www.healthcare.gov/law/features/index.html
And a summary of some of the effects: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/...able-care-act/
Last edited by Thiebear; October-18th-2012 at 09:13 AM.
Sort of right and sort of wrong. The pre-existing health plans were created and barely used. They ended up liberalizing the definition of anyone having a pre-existing condition to include anything from a cold (with a Dr. note) to MS.There's nothing to "enroll" in.
There will be something to enroll in, either in 2014 or 2015 if the delay rumor I'm hearing turns out to be true. That is assuming Obama wins and/or Romney can't make major reforms/replace it.
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Here's an article defending Romney's plans. It defends the cap on deductions, corporate reforms, so-called $2 trillion in defense spending and spending limits. Most here won't like it since it's from Romney's perspective, but for those interested a link is below. I posted the conclusion.
Obama’s ‘Trillion Dollar’ Tax-Cut Fraud
Romney’s tax reforms have a far better chance of generating enough revenue to cover spending that amounts to 20 percent of GDP than Obama’s punitive tax rates have of financing spending closer to 23 percent of GDP.
This is not least because Romney’s plans to reduce tax distortions and disincentives are enormously favorable to economic growth. Meanwhile, Obama’s tax plans are hostile to extra effort or investment if it results in any person or small business earning more than $250,000. Who, exactly, is going to have a hard time closing the deficit?
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