It was all kabuki. If and when (mostly when) Obamacare collapses then the GOP Congress will finally “repeal and replace” it, but government-controlled health care is here to stay.


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  1. votermom says:

    I have no words to express the depth of my contempt for the GOP

  2. Jeffhas says:

    Bad actors playing regional theatre that was televised nationally.

    Watching CNN hosts feign surprise how McCain voted after practically wetting themselves in ecstasy that Our Greatest American Hero would be the deciding vote. The FIX was in… it was IN a long time ago. They stuck it in ‘just a little’ the first failing vote… then got got it in a little further the next time… but last night’s vote was the ‘full schlonging’… watching McConnel say ‘we did what we said we would do’…. i’t’s time to move on’… ‘I wonder what the other side will propose… let’s see what they come up with’… all with pseudo-anger. FOLLOWED BY Schumer ‘taking the high road’ by offering to help his colleagues to make great bi-partisan legislation. What a bunch of sh*t-ass lousy actors. It was like the worst John Lovitz Master-Thespian episode.

    F*ck you! F*ck you and the worthless insurance lobbyist f*cks you rode in on.

    Thank god for Trumps’ morning tweets… I was ready to go full turtle and recoil into my shell and just not vote for these f*cking sh*t mongrels… but now, I think I’ll stay awake so I can help vote those f*ckers away by supporting their opponents… bye bye ugly ducklings of the acting community!!!

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Does PDJT have the power to take away Congress’ Obamacare exemption? That would get the ball rolling 😀

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  6. lateblum says:

    Welp, here’s another thing for teh Feminazis to ignore…

  7. lyn says:

    Facebook blocked me from dropping tweets on McStain’s page.

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  9. helenk3 says:


    so songbird continues with his legacy, he screwed the POWs that he when he was in the prison carmp. He screwed his 1st wife when he saw a better deal. he screwed the republican party that gave him a damn good living for a lot of years. He screwed the people that voted for him, after all he does not have to worry if he has affordable health care. the taxpayer pays for his.
    a real phony from the gitgo. I think his father would be ashamed of him.

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  11. DandyTIger says:

    • SHV says:

      “Today we learned that Congress is incapable of doing anything significant. ”
      They are doing what they are paid to do. The public sees the street theater production of the “Legislative Perils of Pauline”. Recent vote is no different then the first procedural votes eight years ago when Collins, Snowe, etc would give the vote that prevented blocking the AHCA. (The Dem wing of the Uni-Party played the same games with Patriot Act, FISA, etc…..”gee whizz we just needed a few more Dem members….send money)

  12. helenk3 says:

    slimy slug schumer is praising songbird, collins and merkeroski . that says it all.

  13. Thank you, Anthony.

  14. helenk3 says:

    NK fires another missile may have landed in Japanese waters.
    this might get really ugly

  15. foxyladi14 says:

    • Underwhelmed says:

      All my money says he knew this would happen. He’s no fool, and only a fool would trust McCain.

    • Constance says:

      I’m liking this tweet. No other President has let us regular folks know he is disgusted by the behavior of our congress. It’s encouraging that President Trump expressis his contempt.

  16. In other news, Colin Kaepernick remains unemployed.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I saw this on a clickbait link on AOL…..

      The Colin Kaepernick saga may finally have an ending with the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback landing back in the NFL with the Baltimore Ravens if Joe Flacco’s back injury turns out to be worse than initially feared.

      During an appearance on ESPN’s “Mike & Mike,” NFL insider Adam Schefter used tentative language, but strongly suggested that Kaepernick could sign with the Ravens “in the next 24-48 hours.”

      “Reading between the lines, I think it would not surprise me if ultimately the Baltimore Ravens start talking about Colin Kaepernick and whether or not to bring him in there,” Schefter said. “That’s something that will be on the radar that will be worth following here the next 24-48 hours.”

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        That came out locally a couple days ago – and still nothing. I am hoping it stays in nothing land. I never watch any football and barely even register the super bowl but this guy needs to move to cuba. This area has enough sleazy creeps. Don’t need this one.

      • SHV says:

        ESPN has been pushing Kaepernick is a highly principled SJW, fighting oppression of the Black man in the US and can’t get a job in the NFL because of the racism of the White NFL owners. Little mention that he isn’t starting QB quality or that he is bad for business.

    • 49erDweet says:

      So happy to see the recently castrated NFL learn a financial lesson. Its a man’s game. Play it to entertain men. There’s all sorts of other stuff on the tube for the enjoyment of women, children and “others”. Know your market niché and fill it – don’t water it down for the idiots out there.

    • Underwhelmed says:

      And long may it last.

  17. helenk3 says:

    that was then, then you had last night

  18. foxyladi14 says:

    Weekly address

  19. Dora says:

    Trump to announce MS-13 gang crackdown in Long Island

  20. Dora says:

    Another Rally!

  21. SHV says:

    “remember these names. they can be called judas”
    Different names, same result. The outcomes are worked out years in advance, the players may change but the results don’t. The AHCA was written by the “industry” and was intended, among other objectives, to block expanding Medicare. (“Medicare for All”). If implemented perfectly, it would financially implode in 2020. It hasn’t been perfect and is going down now. What I couldn’t figure out eight years ago was what was next after the “old system” was destroyed and Obamacare was in financial ruins. The Repubs. played their part with “repeal” when it was impossible but never had a plan to go forward. The Dems. played the single payer future, knowing that Obamacare destroyed public confidence in a Gov’t solution. I had no idea what the “industry” plan was other than block “Medicare for All”. With the latest act of the play finished, it looks as if the goal by the “industry” was/is keep money flowing through the insurance companies and force the Gov’t and the less than half of the population that pays taxes to pump $$$$trillions more to keep the system afloat.

  22. Jadzia says:

    I don’t know a single academic who would do the same. Rest In Peace, brave heroine.


  23. lyn says:

    Scott Adams loves McCain and how he took a bullet for half the country.


    “Did you wonder why President Trump seemed somewhat hands-off on health care? I think it’s because his strongest play as a negotiator involved waiting until Congress utterly and completely failed. That almost didn’t happen last night. It took a war hero to finish the job.”

    • SHV says:

      “Scott Adams loves McCain and how he took a bullet for half the country.”
      McCain was selected for the third Repub. no vote because there will be no political fall out for a dead man. If McCain hadn’t been able to vote and a third Rethug. “No” was needed, Jeff Flake was the next man up to pay the part.

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  25. lyn says:

    Charlie Gard died today. R.I.P., sweet baby boy. ❤

  26. Ardee:

    I’ve had conversations with Lady V recently about what makes Trump voters tick. Part of this was because a friend of mine wondered about why someone otherwise “progressive” would vote for Trump. Partly it was I suspect that like the rich, Trump voters “are different from you and me.”

    She pretty much confirmed my suspicions. Along with the normal tendency towards authoritarianism, there is another component having to do with personality.

    How else do you explain how they can support the deportation of mothers from their children? The apathy about how many women, children, poor people and elderly would lose their healthcare? The tolerance for the open lawlessness and chaos of the Trump administration? The cheerful acceptance that fucking over trans people in the military or gay people in the workplace is triggering the libtards? Or that millions of legitimate, enfranchised voters, particularly African-American people may have their rights taken from them the next time they go to the polls?

    The Trump voters seem to not see these people as human beings. They lack empathy. Granted, some people on the left are only too willing to throw the working class under the bus but as I’ve pointed out before, to the ultra wealthy, we’re all stupid slackers who haven’t figured out how to exploit others for treasure.

    I don’t think these voters deserve our respect. The result of their votes is raining cruelty and heartlessness on innocent people and stripping them of their humanity. I see journalists trying to make sense of the Trump voter to see if there is any line of human decency they won’t cross. They keep hitting a brick wall.

    V says that Trump will betray them and then they’ll turn on him. But what level of destruction and woe will the tolerate first? And why will it take having to feel the pain personally before they get it? How can they be so blind to the misery of others until they themselves have something to lose?

    It’s not a liberal problem. It’s a civilization problem. It’s going to affect how we do business, how we socialize, how we retire, how we care for others. No one living in Trump’s America is immune. It makes for an uglier society and a considerably less great America to have the country in the hands of malevolent incompetents because a segment of voters lack character and a strong personality.

    It is difficult to see how a character defect in the political sphere doesn’t carry over to their personal lives, wrecking the lives of others close to them and depriving others of joy. It’s very ugly.

    • lyn says:

      The Onion?

    • John Denney says:

      Someone has a tenuous relationship with reality.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Sample size of one, and then draw conclusions from there. And I’m going to go out on a limb and suggest she’s even making up that one. 🙂

    • elliesmom says:

      No one can deprive you of joy. Sometimes we have to look for it in a different place inside ourselves then where it once was, but it’s always ours to find. There are some people who seek out misery instead and blame others when they find it. I suspect her joy has always been hidden to her, but she hasn’t had a hard time finding people and circumstances to blame for her unhappiness.

  27. Venus says:

    Wrong on that — government controlled health care is NOT here to stay. Trump is going to eventually do what he said & “repeal & replace” Obamacare. And you can tell he will because it is the same ones who laughed and mocked him when he announced he was running that he “wouldn’t win a primary” and “had a better chance of starting in the NBA than winning the nomination” who are crowing now. But Trump said he was going to win. Unlike them, Trump is going to keep his word.
    Book it.

    • SHV says:

      “repeal & replace” Obamacare”….The curious thing is that neither “side” gives a clue to what is next or what the long term plan is. My guess is that we are being herded into a system where the Feds borrow more money that is funneled through insurance companies, who rake off their 16% and business mandates are remove so CofC is happy and the can is kicked down the road for another decade.

      I wouldn’t be surprised to find out that both “sides” of the issue are being funded by the same economic interests. “Millions/billions will die unless….vs..Socialized medicine, rationing, “Death Panels”, unless…but the public has now been conditioned that the “unless” must not include “rationing”, risk adjustment/underwriting, no denials, etc.

      • Venus says:

        Yep both sides are — GOP never had any intent to repeal it. They didn’t think Trump was going to win so they were safe screaming about it to get re-elected. McCain “took the bullet” because he wanted to fuck Trump but they all knew it was going to fail –if they didn’t McConnell would be stripping McCain, & the Alaska dame (Murkoswki or whatever) of their chairmanships. But see — Trump won the nomination and GE *in spite of them.* He’s going to eventually get what he wants on repeal & replace *ins spite of them” too. They’re too dense to see it. But, again, they didn’t see Trump being in the WH either.

  28. Dora says:

    ‘Our beautiful boy has gone’: Little Charlie Gard’s parents announce that their brave warrior whose plight touched the world has finally died after battling devastating genetic illness he fought for so long

    Eleven-month-old Charlie Gard, whose short life captured the hearts of the world, has died a week before his first birthday.


  29. SHV says:

    You need to post “Beware Kim” warnings…..I do wonder how her child is doing. It would be difficult to survive that degree of crazy.

  30. Dora says:

    A lot of people don’t know anything about the 17th Amendment. I mean, where are they going to learn, in school? Don’t make me laugh.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Convention of States peeps want to fix these creepy tweeks to the Constitution. Only after we elect Kid Rock to the Senate in 2018 …. Go Wolverines!

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