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Archive for the day “October 14, 2015”

Music – Wild Cherry – Play That Funky Music


Cats Gone Bad



The Thought For Today


The Big Bang Bucket List Of A Buddhist Blogger

Glenn from The Walking Dead on The Big Bang Theory


Two Hand Tree Trimming

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The Day in a Picture


The Day in a Quote

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Life Is A Box Of Chocolates

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Republicans Holding America Hostage….Again – ‘Sources: McConnell floats entitlement changes in high-stakes fiscal talks’


Yes……..Let’s take old people and not give them a cost of living raise and at the same time…..raise the age they can apply for Medicare.

Old people are the problem………

CNN) ”Mitch McConnell privately wants the White House to pay this price to enact a major budget deal’:


  • ‘Significant changes to Social Security and Medicare in exchange for raising the debt ceiling and funding the government’.
  • ‘McConnell is seeking a reduction in cost-of-living adjustments to Social Security recipients’
  • ‘And new restrictions on Medicare, including limiting benefits to the rich and raising the eligibility age, several sources said’.

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Living In A JEB! Don’t Call Me Bush World – ‘Jeb Bush’s Obamacare Replacement Scraps Protections For People With Pre-Existing Conditions’

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JEB! wants people to work longer to collect Social Security.

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JEB! wants workers to work harder.

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JEB! doesn’t think EMPLOYER’S should have to pay overtime.

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JEB! thinks $500 Million for women’s heath is too much……

And now?

‘Bush emphasized Tuesday that if elected president, he would scrap the Affordable Care Act and “all of its mandates”including those that prevent discrimination against women and those with pre-existing conditions’.

“We can’t stick with the status quo,” Bush told a New Hampshire audience. “A system that is focused on people rather than government will yield a better result. And I have the zeal for reform, I can promise you that.”

“One of the most egregious things [about Obamacare] is that you’re forced to do things against your own conscience. We’ll get rid of that.”

‘With insurance companies re-empowered to refuse to cover pregnant women and cancer patients, Bush’s plan would “encourage” — but not require — “states to guarantee access for those with pre-existing conditions and to make affordable health plans available in their states.”

Bush said Tuesday that so-called catastrophic insurance, which has a high deductible and only covers major surgeries or accidents, is “the true form of insurance that should be the norm.”

‘Bush’s proposal would also end the Medicaid program as it exists today, turning its funding over to states who could elect to privatize the program — as Bush himself did in Florida, leading to a spike in the number of uninsured people in the Sunshine State’.

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