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  • Republican Campaign Ads on Health Care are Misleading

    It looks as if the Republicans are panicking and are running ads that aren't true:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...cid=spartandhp
    We are not now that strength which in old days
    Moved earth and heaven; that which we are we are; One equal temper of heroic hearts
    Made weak by time and fate but strong in will
    To strive to seek to find and not to yield.

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    Can't speak for the whole country as to these sorts of ads. But, the ones in Arizona are generally run by Democrats against Republicans on this subject. Interestingly, what they say is that Republicans voted to disallow pre-existing conditions, or that they want to limit your Medicare, etc. But, what these ads really should be saying is that Republicans voted to eliminate Obamacare which is what they voted on.
    But, the Democrats won't say that in the ads because they know that would play into Republican hands and lose them votes.

    I would also note that Democrats statewide, with a few exceptions, are completely unwilling to say they are running as Democrats and even unwilling to acknowledge that they are Democrats.

    Seems to me that the Democrats and the Left have such a serious popularity problem that they have to obfuscate and employ deceptive means continuously in order to have any hope of winning in November-- at least in Arizona.

    For example, our top of the ticket race. Here's some shots of the Democrat's ads and campaign posters:





    One of several that has the word "Independent" in it as if she were running as one:

    Last edited by T. A. Gardner; 10 Oct 18, 17:49.

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    • #3
      It's the big lie that democratic socialism is not just code for on the way to communism that is causing so much confusion. I'm sure that many "liberals" have been taken in by the lie but I'm not sure that isn't just as condemning. Anyway anyone who thinks Obama was a neo liberal corporatist is lying to themselves. If he shared a dream with his father it was Marxism. How the corporate media got in bed with this nonsense is difficult to explain but I'm working on that. In the meantime follow the money to see who put Obama in office and what did they have to gain. What we can be certain of is that Obama care was just a step towards single payer. If you think that this is a conspiracy theory and Obama would not lie try you can keep your doctor. By any means necessary is now the Democratic moto as we can see in their brown shirt tactics of stirring up mobs.

      Crazy world we are living in.
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      • #5
        The reality right now on this is:

        The Republicans are slowly but inexorably eradicating Obamacare.

        https://www.politico.com/story/2018/...e-again-425825

        https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry...b02cb368c53b07



        That case is wending its way to the Supreme Court. When it arrives, I suspect Obamacare is doomed.

        The Democrats are pushing single payer in the form of Medicade for all, among other versions.

        I doubt that the Democrats can get single payer unless they somehow get another Obama moment where they control Congress with a super majority and hold the Presidency... and have a reasonably friendly Supreme Court to okeydoke the legislation. That amounts to a perfect storm and probably won't happen.

        On the other hand, the state's lawsuit will almost certainly end Obamacare.

        Therefore, we'll be back to square one, so-to-speak, on health insurance reform.

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        • #6
          Originally posted by T. A. Gardner View Post
          Can't speak for the whole country as to these sorts of ads. But, the ones in Arizona are generally run by Democrats against Republicans on this subject. Interestingly, what they say is that Republicans voted to disallow pre-existing conditions, or that they want to limit your Medicare, etc. But, what these ads really should be saying is that Republicans voted to eliminate Obamacare which is what they voted on.
          But, the Democrats won't say that in the ads because they know that would play into Republican hands and lose them votes.

          I would also note that Democrats statewide, with a few exceptions, are completely unwilling to say they are running as Democrats and even unwilling to acknowledge that they are Democrats.

          Seems to me that the Democrats and the Left have such a serious popularity problem that they have to obfuscate and employ deceptive means continuously in order to have any hope of winning in November-- at least in Arizona.

          For example, our top of the ticket race. Here's some shots of the Democrat's ads and campaign posters:





          One of several that has the word "Independent" in it as if she were running as one:

          https://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytime...raphy-arizona/
          "Ask not what your country can do for you"

          Left wing, Right Wing same bird that they are killing.

          you’re entitled to your own opinion but not your own facts.

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          • #7
            And?

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            • #8
              Originally posted by T. A. Gardner View Post
              Can't speak for the whole country as to these sorts of ads. But, the ones in Arizona are generally run by Democrats against Republicans on this subject. Interestingly, what they say is that Republicans voted to disallow pre-existing conditions, or that they want to limit your Medicare, etc. But, what these ads really should be saying is that Republicans voted to eliminate Obamacare which is what they voted on.
              But, the Democrats won't say that in the ads because they know that would play into Republican hands and lose them votes.

              I would also note that Democrats statewide, with a few exceptions, are completely unwilling to say they are running as Democrats and even unwilling to acknowledge that they are Democrats.

              Seems to me that the Democrats and the Left have such a serious popularity problem that they have to obfuscate and employ deceptive means continuously in order to have any hope of winning in November-- at least in Arizona.

              For example, our top of the ticket race. Here's some shots of the Democrat's ads and campaign posters:





              One of several that has the word "Independent" in it as if she were running as one:

              I doubt she have any chance of winning after she insulted and mocked stay at home moms. Plus, her opponent is the highest ranking woman in the Air Force and first female fighter pilot. Sinema is in the same class as that dumb broad who want to run against Trump in 2020.
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              • #9
                Originally posted by Persephone View Post

                I doubt she have any chance of winning after she insulted and mocked stay at home moms. Plus, her opponent is the highest ranking woman in the Air Force and first female fighter pilot. Sinema is in the same class as that dumb broad who want to run against Trump in 2020.
                Sinema's biggest challenge is overcoming her far Left / Progressive past. In that respect she's got an international airport worth of baggage to try and hide to get Independents to vote for her over the Republican.

                She's trying really hard to keep that whole can of worms from exploding in her face.

                The latest video her opponents have found is this one where she calls Arizonan's "Crazy."

                Last edited by T. A. Gardner; 12 Oct 18, 17:33.

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