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  1. bigdoggy commented on Brevity 11 months ago

    Always keep an analog for the times the power goes out. Never feel stressed by the flashing “12:00”

  2. bigdoggy commented on Basic Instructions about 1 year ago

    Jenkins should run for Congress as a Tea Party candidate.

  3. bigdoggy commented on Rose is Rose about 1 year ago

    So now I know where the Angry Birds came from…

  4. bigdoggy commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not over 1 year ago

    And if Mr. Patterson was paying attention, it’s probably the last time he opened that book. Half the atheists I know started their journey by studying the “Truth” of their holy books.

  5. bigdoggy commented on Jen Sorensen over 1 year ago

    Part of ACA, which I know you haven’t actually researched, requires hospitals to charge lower rates because they will no longer be writing off huge losses at ER rates. When hospitals charge less, everyone saves money. There’s your how.

  6. bigdoggy commented on Jen Sorensen over 1 year ago

    CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE, not the White House. Facts are fearsome things, but it doesn’t change a thing to slander them.

  7. bigdoggy commented on B.C. over 1 year ago

    I thought hexting was sending pictures of body parts as hexadecimal code. Geek porn.

  8. bigdoggy commented on Jen Sorensen over 1 year ago

    Ummm, actually you do have to show income if you want to get a subsidy for your insurance. Feel free to hide your income and pay full price if you are under 65 and make less than a median income. We don’t mind.

  9. bigdoggy commented on Jen Sorensen over 1 year ago

    Yeah, because no one hated those slavery laws…

    When will y’all realize that you are already paying the bills for people who show up at emergency rooms with no insurance? The ACA actually LOWERS the expense.

  10. bigdoggy commented on Jen Sorensen over 1 year ago

    Have any links that aren’t from right-wing Obama haters? How about this quote from the Congressional Budget Office…
    " CBO projects that the Affordable Care Act will, unless Congress reverses some of its provisions in the future, reduce the long-term fiscal gap — the amount by which revenues must be raised or spending cut to produce a stable debt trajectory — by 2 percent of GDP over the next 75-years."