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  1. churchillwasright commented on Lalo Alcaraz 3 days ago

    Why am I not surprised that our “learned” posters, who are self professed academics, have not rebutted this post?

  2. churchillwasright commented on Nick Anderson 4 days ago

    Missing from this rant is TROUT’s upbringing from a German family (he’s mentioned it in the past). I’m sure they never mentioned Israel or Jews while he was growing up. Eerie how he mimics the exact reaction from the leadership of Hamas: “Horrific. Justified”. Just a hunch, but I doubt he agrees with Hamas being designated as a Terrorist organization by the US Gov’t, (and Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the EU, Japan, Jordan,Egypt and Saudi Arabia.) Probably thinks of them as “resistance fighters”, like our NATO Ally Turkey.

  3. churchillwasright commented on Lalo Alcaraz 4 days ago

    Amnesty is not illegal immigrate reform. But why would that matter to a member of “The Race” (la Raza) who advocates open borders?

  4. churchillwasright commented on Ken Catalino 6 days ago

    MSLSD? Your not even worth replying to.

    Nevertheless, Washington Times Politico CNS LA Times NY Daily News Washington Examiner Harvard.edu. Sorry, Crooks and Liars didn’t cover it. Now go crawl back under your rock..

  5. churchillwasright commented on Stuart Carlson 6 days ago

    The FACT is that President Obama did NOT lie,

    Right. It was only Politifact’s Lie of the Year.

  6. churchillwasright commented on Jim Morin 6 days ago

    The Comcast contributions for Obama in 2012 came from individuals.

    Comcast Corporation donated $4.5 Million in the 2014 Campaign, Comcast has it’s own PAC, and it’s Executive Vice President David Cohen is one of Obama’s largest bundlers. PS: I worked for Comcast for 8 years.

    OpenSecrets: Comcast Corp

    Openseccrets.com: Comcast 2014 PAC Summary Data

    Philly.com:Comcast’s Cohen raised $500,000 for Obama in 2012 (Comcast is based in Philadelphia)

    In addition, Comcast owns 51% of NBC/Universal, which has given close to $1.5 Million since the merger in 2009.

    InfluenceExplorer.com

  7. churchillwasright commented on Jim Morin 6 days ago

    I know how to spell moron. I have trouble with Morin. Moron.

  8. churchillwasright commented on Jim Morin 6 days ago

    it would have been more affective without the name calling.

    What name calling? I misspelled Morin as Moran. Not Moron. I think you’re hyper sensitive.

  9. churchillwasright commented on Chip Bok 6 days ago

    you can keep your current policy, unless your current policy is completely bogus and a scam that covers nothing, in which case we’re making it illegal.

    My wife had cancer surgery under our old plan, and goes to the oncologist for follow ups regularly. All covered under our “bogus” plan, which has since been replaced, because of Obamacare regulations, with a policy that is twice as expensive with double the deductible.

    Johnathan Gruber explains why this happens, but your one of the “stupid” he talks about. If the ACA were to tax individual policyholders, they would get upset, and this would make Obama a liar for saying “he won’t raise your taxes a dime”. But if they put a tax on Cadillac Plans and bill the Insurance company, the “stupid”, like you, would say “Great, tax those evil corporations”. Then the insurance companies would pass the tax to all their policyholders in the form of higher premiums, because as explained to the “stupid” all the time on this site, corporations do not pay taxes, they pass them on to the consumer. Then the “stupid” will get upset with the “greedy” insurance companies, and be too uninformed to realize that this all happened because their taxes were increased. Win-Win for your elites.

  10. churchillwasright commented on Robert Ariail 6 days ago

    The issue is whether after all those years, how does he represent new thinking

    The “new thinking” that Democrats bring to the table got “shellacked” the last two midterms. Mostly because their “new thinking” are 50 year old failed policies of The Great Society, LBJ and McGovern.