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  1. Patrick JB Flynn

    Patrick JB Flynn GoComics PRO Member said, almost 5 years ago

    And he’s wearing a wig, woven from the flaxen follicles of tea baggers.

  2. BrianCrook

    BrianCrook said, almost 5 years ago

    Nah, suitor, just let her rot up there. You can reform health-care by yourself.

  3. pschearer

    pschearer GoComics PRO Member said, almost 5 years ago

    If the Dems push through their rotten healthcare plan after all the signals the public doesn’t want it, it will be their suicide in November.

  4. BrianCrook

    BrianCrook said, almost 5 years ago

    At least, Pschearer, the congressional Democrats will go down trying to do something positive, rather than, as the congressional Republicans have shown, stopping all American progress because big business owns them. The Democrats have placed the people’s interests over those of big business. If it’s a suicide, then it’s a noble suicide. If the Republicans survive, then it’s a craven survival.

  5. Diana

    Diana said, almost 5 years ago

    I haven’t checked but if you chose the right areas and ppl to ask you will get the answers you seek. If you are relying on Fox to give you the truth, don’t hold your breath unless you look good in blue.

  6. MisngNOLA

    MisngNOLA said, almost 5 years ago

    Is it noble suicide to kill your party trying to achieve something that the people you represent don’t want, can’t afford, and which doesn’t come close to solving the problem?

  7. BrianCrook

    BrianCrook said, almost 5 years ago

    To what & to whom do you refer, Nola?

  8. MisngNOLA

    MisngNOLA said, almost 5 years ago

    Brian, I’m referring to the Democrats trying to push forward a health care bill which a majority of folks say they don’t want. Many have already voiced their displeasure by voting Republican (not a real alternative in my opinion) in races having bearing on the Congress. The cost, by all estimates would be staggering, and the bill as currently written still doesn’t provide coverage for all of those in need, and causes reductions in Medicare coverage for those already covered. Does that sound like “intelligent design” of legislation? It does not to me.

  9. BrianCrook

    BrianCrook said, almost 5 years ago

    I agree, Nola, that the current health-care reform bill doesn’t do enough. you are incorrect when you say that a majority of folks say that they don’t want it. When people are asked about each item in the bill, each item gets majority approval. Almost no Americans have bothered to find out what is in the bill.

    As for the elections, we have had two recent Congressional elections, neither of which said much about the health-care reform.

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