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  1. josefw GoComics Pro Member commented on Stuart Carlson 6 months ago

    The best description of Obamacare so far:

    Remember when Nancy Pelosi said:“We have to pass it, to find out what’s in it.”

    A physician said:“That’s the definition of a stool sample”.

  2. josefw GoComics Pro Member commented on Scott Stantis 7 months ago

    You were not talking about the uninsurable in you comment. You were referring to the companies not providing preventative care, which is simply untrue. Please keep the conversation to your own comments.


    No link to your claim that the GOP proposed and INCREASE in cost? I have to go to work now so you have 10 hours to find that link. Thank you

  3. josefw GoComics Pro Member commented on Scott Stantis 7 months ago

    Rather than working together to try to solve them, the Repubs only want to repeal. They finally came up with a proposal that will INCREASE costs.


    Really? Can you provide a copy of that proposal to review?


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    Preventive care costs less in the long run. But insurance companies never cared about this because they always assumed the increased costs would be someone else’s issue


    Really? Is that why Ins Co’s are charging a tax on smokers? Is that why major groups are developing health “Awareness” programs? Is it not true that health Ins Co’s are providing (no co pay) annual check ups and low/no cost mammograms, colonoscopys, etc to the policies? These are all forms of preventative care and have been around for years.


    You seem to be bloviating about personal experience as opposed to what is happening around the nation.

  4. josefw GoComics Pro Member commented on Signe Wilkinson 7 months ago

    It is not a “Farm Bill” anymore. It is the “Food Stamps and Nutrition Bill.” 79.6% of the farm bill is dedicated to food stamps and nutrition.


    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2013/06/10/the-senate-is-voting-on-a-955-billion-farm-bill-heres-whats-in-it/

  5. josefw GoComics Pro Member commented on Scott Stantis 7 months ago

    GOP forbid that they have a choice!


    Really? Who sighed the bill into law?

  6. josefw GoComics Pro Member commented on Rob Rogers 7 months ago

    Funny, what I saw in the Cheerios commercial was a young girl conning dad into a puppy.


    And I am being labeled a racist?

  7. josefw GoComics Pro Member commented on Gary Varvel 7 months ago

    Before the republicans’ “slimdown” that cost this country a couple billion dollars and countless jobs the sequester was all Obama’s fault.


    How many jobs were lost due to the sequester? Oh yeah, “Countless” because you can not count to zero (0)!
    Do I smell a LIAR amongst the LWNJ’s?

  8. josefw GoComics Pro Member commented on Signe Wilkinson 7 months ago

    Children who grow up on farms are highly undisciplined versus the rigors of the assembly line. Yes, they knew how to work hard, but they did it on their own time, they were far too easily distracted . They were constantly walking off the line because it was their nurture.


    You sure seem to be the “Know all to end all!”


    UNDISCIPLINED? The farming kids I grew up with in Wisconsin were the most disciplined, because of their family work ethic and the daily chores before school and after.


    You, really do not know with what you speak.

  9. josefw GoComics Pro Member commented on Clay Bennett 7 months ago

    I used the word “rights” because it was in the toon and I was just waking up. Better phrase would be “Voter rights diluted.” My vote is diluted because of illegal immigrants and voter fraud. So, therefore my “Right” to vote has been diminished.

  10. josefw GoComics Pro Member commented on Signe Wilkinson 7 months ago

    As I understand the Korean education system, the smartest children are promoted to better schools. Thus the poorer students are condemned to menial labor jobs. They get filtered throughout the entire educational process and only the highest achievers get the best education. The Korean government gets more bang for their educational expenses by spending more money on only those that will do something with their education.