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Wow, Pinocchio's at it again. He had a news conference about Obamacare yesterday and President Obama said he signed up 7 million people. But he didn't tell you that he canceled 6 million people's insurance and I was one of them. And I had to sign back up. So how many new insurance claims did he sign up? It's a wonder his nose ain't six feet long because he doesn't know how to tell the truth.
Republicans who support the national congressmen, like Paul Ryan who rolled out his budget today, take note: His budget would eliminate Medicare, individual payments, and just put it in a block grant, which would greatly limit payment. And he would be cutting all kinds of other things, education, so on, that people are trying to strive for. He said once he is a follower of Ayn Rand, look it up and that will tell you a lot about Paul Ryan.
Republicans would be speechless if you took away their ability to lie. Extremism is alive and well in conservative circles ...
I would just like to tell the people, please let the Amish alone. They don't do nothin' to deserve your rudeness and also they don't drink and drive. So please let the Amish alone.
People complaining about the Amish they pay their taxes, they have the same rights you do on the road. If you can show me how much you pay in taxes to help support the road, then I'd like to see it. But as far as the Amish, you probably do more wear and tear than they do and they aren't out that much. And besides, they have a right to their religion and that's part of their religion. So if you don't like it, move.
Think about it: PETA's coming for you. They're coming for you.
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