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11:36 AM on 09/14/2013
Maybe Obama will cover all Syrians under Obamacare. Maybe it's already in the bill and no one has gotten to read that part yet.
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slocomgp
Reality has a liberal bias........
11:41 AM on 09/14/2013
Maybe pigs will fly.
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Victor Sweatman
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12:10 PM on 09/14/2013
Your bag congressmen would probably allow that, as 'patriotic' as they are. As long as the working American gets nothing. Have you read that part yet? Didn't think so.
11:35 AM on 09/14/2013
An interesting news piece that Huffpo seems to ignore....
Israel, yes the same Israel which is still in a state of war with Syria. The same Israel that has courageously and surgically taken out the nuclear facility in Syria and destroyed weapons that Syria was transferring to the Huzbullah in Lebanon. That same Israel is accepting, treating and healing hundreds of Syrian wounded in a specialized field hospital near the border fence in the Golan. Israel has one of the best health systems in the world. Best doctors, nurses, equipment, technology and experience in war related injuries. All of this is used to treat and heal Syrian children, women and men. Its much more than any liberal European peace-preaching country is doing and much more than the Muslim ME neighbors are. Its done quietly, efficiently and without PR. Way to go Israel.
11:43 AM on 09/14/2013
Ignoring the neighboring countries that are now feeding and providing housing and medical care to millions?
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Victor Sweatman
Love the Faith, Hate the Religion
12:12 PM on 09/14/2013
Great post. I had no idea. F&Fed
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jferg61
02:30 PM on 09/14/2013
You still have NO idea!
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iridium53
Semper Fi
11:22 AM on 09/14/2013
A little like Republicans and the "undeserving" poor?
11:17 AM on 09/14/2013
It sounds like Assad is a member of the GOP or tea party.
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bpulliam
bpulliam
11:11 AM on 09/14/2013
The Republican party has a plan to destroy the healthcare access for millions of Americans.
In Texas, we are number One with folks who have no health care at all, most of them children.
What happens to these people--old people, children, et al, means absolutely nothing to Rick and the bunch in Austin. They are doing nothing to help the government set up people and places for those without health care to sign up. Here in Texas, our motto is: If it don't kill ya, you'll get over it.
11:07 AM on 09/14/2013
Republicans do the same thing in the United States.. Denial-of-medical service to over 50 million people Republicans use Healthcare As A 'Weapon Of Political War' .. So sad.
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omahakidmel
11:38 AM on 09/14/2013
Dermocraps do the same thing in the United States.. Denial-of-medical service to over 50 million people, and to a certain extent use Healthcare As A 'Weapon Of Political War' .. So sad.
12:09 PM on 09/14/2013
We all know who is ageist the Affordable Care Act. also known as Obama Care..
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kaykaythere
STOP the politics-- HELP US VETS NOW
12:23 PM on 09/14/2013
wow you pulled THAT out of your assss.

Dems try to insure ALL, while CONS try to insure the rich.
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jazzman71
10:55 AM on 09/14/2013
The definition of "civil war" seems a stretch for this one.
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Steve320
One Must Imagine Sisyphus Happy
10:42 AM on 09/14/2013
That's one way to defund government healthcare.
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mother
10:36 AM on 09/14/2013
Fighters loyal to President Bashar al-Assad purposefully denied people medical care as a "weapon of war", they added in a report.
And the republicans in the US House of Representatives have voted 41 times to repeal the Affordable Care Act which, if repealed, would deny people medical insurance, hence medical care to millions of Americans. Does that constitute a weapon on war against our own people?.
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bpulliam
bpulliam
11:12 AM on 09/14/2013
Of course it does!
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Bill4319
12:01 PM on 09/14/2013
"...the republicans in the US House of Representatives have voted 41 times to repeal the Affordable Care Act which, if repealed, would deny people medical insurance, hence medical care to millions of Americans." Why would the Republicans in the house do this other than because they are owned by the corporate ruling wealthy class and this same wealthy class has ordered the Representatives to destroy any sort of healthcare for Americans! What a cesspool the USA has become!!
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10:36 AM on 09/14/2013
And that's why they call if war...
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slocomgp
Reality has a liberal bias........
11:43 AM on 09/14/2013
What is the GOTP'$ excuse in this country?
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09:49 PM on 09/14/2013
I dont care I got 2 insurance providers and have had for quite sometime. No ones gonna support me...I'd take myself out if I let that happen to me.
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timalways
10:35 AM on 09/14/2013
The Cons motto Just Die has spread to Syria.
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timalways
10:34 AM on 09/14/2013
Sounds like the GOP has spread to Syria. They root for Assad anyway.
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omahakidmel
11:39 AM on 09/14/2013
Sounds like the DNC has spread to Syria. They root for Assad anyway.
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timalways
11:45 AM on 09/14/2013
Cons were rooting for Putin earlier in ther week. Were you in the cave?
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jakielewis
Equality for all people
10:33 AM on 09/14/2013
Assad would be a Republican here in the US. Denying health care is what they do.
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lcr999
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10:27 AM on 09/14/2013
Funny how this entire thread has become just a rant about obama care. Baggers, go away. There are other issues in the world
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Talossa
Liberal. Pro-Israel. Recovering atheist.
10:25 AM on 09/14/2013
Selectively denying health care for political reasons -- isn't that what Republicans support?