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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by TheChatch, Apr 8, 2015.
cool, just flat cool man
you're welcome to say whatever you want, but that doesn't mean you're free from being judged on what you say
Cool indeed. Your pied piper of race baiting Daniel Ocean has trained you well.
In this hypothetical you were free to say it though, correct?
2020 is going to go so well for the libs
Still no response? You guys said you wanted to chat about substance.
I guess that wasn't it. Back to shitposting for team trump, eh?
We did. You didn’t like the answer.
Just when we thought the lib field couldn’t be more of a joke. Bill DeBlasio joins the fray.
“Everyone gets cucked”
Sorry I may have missed it. Can you direct me to your policy responses? Thanks buddy.
The above was the last exchange I saw on the matter.
Please expound on what that means. What are the details of the R plan?
To let the market determine prices and come up with better solutions. Take a lot of government red tape out of healthcare.
Formerly known as "William Wilhelm"....and Inslee brings the count to 23 demorrhoid "hopefuls"
Absolutely....but at least it will be free of charge for them....they seem to prefer that
Streets will run red with blood b4 my taxes pay for cuckisms
Can you explain how this would actually work? Do you want to go back to pre-ACA? Do you want to get rid of insurance? Do you want to get rid of licensing?
Trump just put DeBlasio’s hopes and dreams in a casket and threw them off AF1
New Poll: Trump Is KILLING It
According to a new Zogby poll, President Trump is killing it. His job approval has climbed over 50%, (51%) the highest of his tenure as president, higher than Barack Obama’s (48%) was at the same time in his presidency.
Additionally, the majority of millennials (18-29) approve of the president (51%); even more of the age group from 25-34 approves of him (53%), and even more of those aged 35-54 (59%). 58% of men approved of Trump, a slim minority of women (48%) approved of him.
48% of suburban voters approved of Trump and a whopping 60% of rural voters approved.
Zogby wrote, “President Trump's job approval rating has seen a post Mueller report boost! We called it a few weeks ago. But that's not the complete story as to why the president has reached a peak in his job approval rating. Trump is also riding high on positive economic news-a record high stock market, low unemployment, and solid GDP growth at home.”
Zogby added, “One of the demographics to give Trump a very good job performance rating were self-identified social networkers (59% approve/40% disapprove-people who engage with social media) …The president also made strides with college educated voters (55% approve/45% disapprove), and saw support increase slightly with non-college educated voters (47% approve/50% disapprove).”
Zogby attributed the rise in the poll for Trump primarily to the strong economy.
“Not a real poll”
don't We know it
Nunes: The Mueller Report Is "The Mueller Dossier"
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, said the reading of the Mueller report on the Hosue floor will be "nice fiction-type reading."
NUNES: I'm glad they're reading it into the record because what I call the Mueller report is the 'Mueller dossier.' It's a fantasy. In fact, anybody who pays -- the American people paid nearly $40 million for the most powerful law enforcement agency in the world, the FBI, who is working under the direction of the Mueller dossier team and they supported this with news stories. I'm sorry, I don't pay the FBI or the Mueller dossier team to go out and just get news stories to support their information.
The fact that the FBI didn't even know or never bothered to tell the FISA court that there was no Russian consulate in Miami, that's a pretty big deal. Right? And they've had to have known this. Why wouldn't they talk about Christopher Steele and how the Democrats paid for it and all the problems with it? So I have zero confidence in this Mueller dossier. Why they want to read it on the House floor, I don't know, but it will be a nice fiction-type reading.
Bankrupting farms? You have zero clue. It’s all Trump’s fault. Bailout is nothing new. It’s actually an indictment on federal aid and bailouts as a whole.
Libs, u guys ok with this?
Ok that helps lead to more substance. This is progress. So when you see any of the available graphs/data showing the costs of healthcare growing at a massive rate, can you point out the main drivers of those costs in the form of (1) not letting the market determine prices; and (2) the presence of "government red tape?"
Because, in the non-Medicare market, the government really doesn't set prices, you may find #1 to be extremely difficult.
I look forward to your substantive response.
I may not agree with 100 percent of its content, but here is a substantial plan by a Democrat person to address the healthcare issue:
https://www.warren.senate.gov/imo/m...Health Insurance Protection Act bill text.pdf
If you recall, I was hoping you learned gents might find something similar from trump, or one of your lions of the Senate. Please provide that plan, it would really move along the substance-filled discussion you claimed to seek.
Demand > supply so prices will be higher in that regard. And just to beat a dead horse, I can’t think of a single product or service where prices don’t go down with more market competition.
I will watch the video as work allows, I hope it answers the question, because your text response does not. I remain hopeful.
In the interim I will ask this question:
The policy in the video, which Republican leader/leadership entity has put it forward as a proposal/bill?
Looking for someone in the House, Senate, Executive branch perhaps?
Again, part of my ask was to define the ideas of the actual PARTY. Ben Shapiro is a pundit, I guess. But unless the party itself espouses an idea or proposal, it's not really a "party position."
My take is that the party itself (and its leaders) have no ideas on any of the topics i mentioned earlier. So a Ben Shapiro video ain't exactly going to cut it, no matter its brilliance, eh? Let's not move the goalposts like the DEMOCANTS !!111 so often do.
It does. It’s quite simple. Let the market do its thing.
"I can't explain what I think... watch this youtube video" never gets old.
The video does cut it. I don’t care what any party puts forward. The facts are that if you treat healthcare as a commodity then you’ll see more price visibility and prices will drop. Government interference always leads to price increases and shortages.
So i guess you should never site articles or videos every again.... everything should come from your own personal truths....
Citing articles is different than posting some drawn out video I have to watch. It's just a weird phenomenon. Why even respond if you can't discuss it?
No, it’s not. It’s sources of information presented in a different format.
No it's not. People cite information so if you want to get it straight from the source/double check where they're getting their information, you can. It's usually included after someone has made a claim. I don't want to listen to some blowhard give hottakes on healthcare with no fact checking like you'd get from some Ben Shapiro video.
Fact check it yourself then. Not only that, the economic principle is sound and apparent in everyday life with other goods and services.
This is kind of the point. You don't provide anything of substance when someone wants to have a conversation. You post a video and tell me to fact check it myself.
Because look at the economic principle.... it literally is as simple as that. To beat a dead horse, let the market do its thing.
When my wife asks me something I only ever respond in showing her youtube videos. Anything I've ever thought is pretty self explanatory.
Didn’t Ukraine just release something saying this was all bullshit and the Bidens aren’t being investigated?
Edit: somehow read China as Ukraine
You should just tell her to let the market do it’s thing