Rick, you have officially been dissolved into yet another political tabloid blog who, for its effort, will probably draw a larger pool of rabid cretins. So congratulations! You have lost any credibility that you never had. Your casual inference and mindless gabber is the last thing we need right now. I for one will never browse this site again. Have a nice life.
OK drama queen. To assist you in keeping your promise, you IP will be banned.
And what is it about this post that no liberal wants to address the issues raised? Is it that you can't? Is it that you simply have no answer, no opposite view that you can credibly advance? This is very curious. I have written an extraordinarily balanced account of the story, giving both sides equal time, logically deducing conclusions based on the factual record. Simply covering your eyes and ears and calling me crazy does not an argument make. In fact, it reminds me of birthers and truthers who fail utterly to address any argument and simply call people names.
I can only surmise that you didn't read what I wrote - which marks you as an idiot for commenting on something you either didn't read or didn't understand.
ed.Comment Posted By zish On 29.08.2009 @ 11:07
That goes to show to all your lemmings whose primary source of news stem from MSNBC, Fox, and any other cable or network and radio in that matter. Has anyone lived without TV for several months? Try it, I'm TV-free for over 2 years and every day is a blessing.
Turn off your TV and radio and keep them off.
And what's with this incessant rant about racism and Nazism? In one hand, some people are race baiting while the other side fishes for ad Hitlerum. Does anyone really wish to have a sensible reform in health care or not?Comment Posted By zish On 20.08.2009 @ 21:03
Does Rick have a reading comprehension latency? "Ideally, it would someday magically turn into single-payer." The key word is "ideally" or "wishful thinking." The article doesn't suggest that the "public option" would eventually morph into the universal health care system where the private sector would vanish forever and ever. Of course there are elements in the progressive movement that hope for such eventuality, however, as the article suggests, since the overall milieu of the society is foreign to the full blown government-run health care system, the next best thing was, according to the trailblazer of UHCS, to have a public option along side of the current system. Besides, even if this concept was ascribed in the post, it doesn't illustrate how the transformation is planned because there is none to begin with. Interestingly enough, when I earlier on stumbled upon this article, I focused on this VERY sentence and pondered how many of the right leaning bloggers would semantically misinterpret its very construct. I really didn't think Rick would fall for it though. Intellectual honesty doesn't have to rain in gallon for one to quench his thirst for probity.Comment Posted By zish On 20.08.2009 @ 21:16
Forget about the "public option" for a moment. How does the rest of the bill fair vis-a-vis taming the growth in cost that's rampant in the health care industry? Why isn't anybody actually talking about this very issue? After all, government merely has a fraction of $2.4 TRILLION industry under its management so where does the private sector's reform fit in? Rather than prattling and spewing misplaced rage at the meetings, why isn't somebody asking germane questions regarding this issue?Comment Posted By zish On 20.08.2009 @ 21:23
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