(D) Hillary Clinton*
(R) Donald Trump*
(R) Ted Cruz*
(R) Marco Rubio*
(D) Michael Bennet*
(R) Tim Neville*
(R) Jack Graham*
(R) Robert Blaha*
(D) Diana DeGette*
(R) Casper Stockham*
(D) Jared Polis*
(R) Scott Tipton*
(R) Ken Buck*
(D) Bob Seay*
(R) Doug Lamborn*
(R) Mike Coffman*
(D) Morgan Carroll*
(D) Ed Perlmutter*
(R) Bruce Baker*
It's like a planetwide spell was cast
Everyone I asked, accepted the baloney and trash
And it's only a mask
Worn by a character who wants what you have
–Del The Funky Homosapien
To quote Mike Allen of Politico…"Happy Friday, everyone!"
And now for a day full of insipid bullshit from your favorite rightie idjits…
AC, Moddy, n3b,….bring it, boys…
And they are not disappointing.
I'm not familiar with the above quote in context, but at surface, it reminds me of the new-and-improved Mike Coffman 2.0®'s attempt at being a "moderate".
DC, No let's have some deep thinking from the resident Dems.
Inurance rates for insurance paid by others are less than if you paid the full amount, Praise be to Obama.
Some more potential Dem brilliance:
Price of Soup is less at Soup Kitchen?
Food purchased with Food Stamps is less than if you paid for it yourself?
The benefits of living in a Dem inspired welfare state are breath taking.
Good think nobody has to pay for it, right?
You aren't hiding your desperation very well. Do you have, like…an issue or something? Anything other than your pathetic whining?
Well, OK. This liberal Dem has to go to work, so that I can pay my taxes, so that they can be used to help those less fortunate than me…and I'm not talking about Charles and David Koch.
You knew he was gonna come unhinged now that the ACA has proven to be successful. He lost and he just can't let it go. I guess he forgot that in any insurance plan since day 1, the people who don't need benefits pay for the people who do. That what insurance is all about. And why they have actuaries.
The ACA mouth frothing and horror stories didn't stick. Back to the drawing board for some good ol R/tea party brainstorming.
On the bright side, at least Paul Ryans' budget looks sensible !
Pardon us for wanting a strong safety net so that people don't succumb to your gilded age notions of social darwinism.
Still doesn't beat this tighten-your-belt, Republican brilliance:
Borrowing from overseas to pay for an overseas war that you can't domestically afford yourself.
That doesn't count, Canines…as we've seen time and time again…War is important to chickenhawks like AC… As long has his ilk can profit, or if it makes him feel him feel like a man, he doesn't care about Servicemen or Civilians.
For AC and all of our rightie friends who love to carry on about what a socialst our center right President is. Check out public sector v private sector job growth under his supposedly socialist regime. You don't have to read the whole article. The graphs will do:
Better. More insight.
Unfortunately neither will leave AC speechless. He'll counter with a look over there.
I keep trying to post on the classy scholar thread and I keep getting a message about "internal error," Yet, I was able to post on the gardner/chaput thread.
Is it me? What is going on?
The "internal error" message usually means one of several things:
Thank you. I really can not remember the sequence of what I had done prior to getting the "internal error." I have never before gotten the error message.
It happened twice. It is possible that I had two windows on pols open or a comment open. Live and learn.
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