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Wed May 13, 2015, 04:34 PM


These Republican fruitcakes just keep popping up. Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) has decided to sue Obamacare for a deleted program the Affordable Care Act made unnecessary. He wants the money the ACA can provide for Florida's low income population but refuses to accept it in the name of Obamacare. The former policy, “Low Income Pools” (LIP), designed by Bush/Cheney to help hospitals actually funneled some money to Florida and now Radical Rick wants more of it, but only in the name of LIP. Kansas GOP Gov. Sam Brownback recently cut educational budgets in that state literally putting the future learning of that state's kids in dire jeopardy. Now Florida's Scott wants to do the same thing to his state's low income constituents needing healthcare. Pathetic!


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Response to Nasty Jack (Original post)

Wed May 13, 2015, 04:41 PM

1. Everytime I hear stories like this...

...I think about how the anti-Charlie Crist posters on this site were allowed to show their disdain for the Democratic nominee without any backlash.

Oddly, Rick Scott is making a bigger mess than he did during his first term, and those same posters are nowhere to be found. Well, at least we don't have Charlie Crist as Governor, right?

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Response to UncleTomsEvilBrother (Reply #1)

Wed May 13, 2015, 11:24 PM

2. In life, when your only choice is between mediocre and terrible...

you make the correct choice quickly and decisively and breathe a sigh of relief that you spared yourself a much worse fate. Don't know why politics should be different.

Are we entitled to at least one good candidate in each race? No, we're only entitled to the opportunity to work our butts off for the chance to put good people in office.

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