Hey CNN? Fact Check This! ObamaCare Rejected by Voter Majority, so says Rasmussen

ObamaCare Oct 26, 2009 Rasmussen Poll Results; eat this Schumer, Pelose, Reid, and Pelosi

ObamaCare Oct 26, 2009 Rasmussen Poll Results; eat this Schumer, Pelosi, Reid, and Obama

The Socialists are spinning the facts and the Fringe Media is totally in the tank with them in extreme desperation that FOX NEWS will expose their BS and report this important information to the Entire WORLD… that ObamaCare IS NOT WANTED by the Majority of American Voters. Period!

If the Socialists in Congress shove ObamaCare through, they will not only see a Voter Revolt against them in 2010 and 2012, they will witness ObamaCare being rescinded as law and cast into the Rubbish Heap of History.

Keep it up Socialists!
Make My Day 😉

From Rasmussen Reports…

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/current_events/healthcare/september_2009/health_care_reform

Health Care Reform

57% Say Health Care Plan Will Increase Costs, 53% Say It Will Reduce Quality of Care, 45% Favor Passage

Monday, October 26, 2009

If the health care plan proposed by President Obama and congressional Democrats passes, 57% of voters nationwide believe it will raise the cost of health care, and 53% believe the quality of care will get worse. That’s part of the reason that just 45% support the plan. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 51% are opposed to it.

Those numbers include 23% who Strongly Favor the plan and 40% who are Strongly Opposed.

Just 18% say passage of the congressional plan will reduce costs, while only 23% believe it will lead to better care.

Still, despite the less-than-enthusiastic support, 54% say passage of the plan is at least somewhat likely this year. Thirty-five percent (35%) say it is not.

Perhaps the most stunning aspect of the numbers is how stable they have been through months of debate, town hall protests, presidential speeches, congressional wrangling, and more. With the exception of bounces following nationally televised presidential pitches for the plan, support has stayed between 41% and 46% since July. In all cases, the intensity has been with the opposition as the number who Strongly Oppose the bill has remained nearly double the number who Strongly Support it. Rasmussen Reports is tracking support for the plan on a weekly basis.

Voters under 30 are most likely to support the health care proposal while those over 65 are the least supportive. Just 36% of senior citizens favor the plan while 58% are opposed. Those figures include just 19% of senior citizens who Strongly Favor the plan and 47% who are Strongly Opposed.

(Want a free daily e-mail update? If it’s in the news, it’s in our polls). Rasmussen Reports updates are also available on Twitter or Facebook.

Polling released last week showed that health care reform remains the top priority for Democratic voters. However, it ranks fourth on a list of four among Republicans and voters not affiliated with either major party. Overall, 38% of voters see deficit reduction as most important among the four priorities listed by the president earlier this year, while 23% cite health care reform as tops.

Polling on the health care topic by many firms has created some confusion. In particular, polls on the “public option” show a wide variety of results. A recent poll in The Washington Post found that 57% support a government-run health insurance company to compete with private insurers, but our polling shows that support is very soft. In fact, people are strongly opposed to a public option if they think it could lead employers to drop the existing coverage they provide employees. The fact that results are so subject to change based upon minor differences in question wording suggests that voters do not have firm opinions on the public option.

Virtually all polling shows a plurality or majority opposed to the current plan in Congress. The poll in The Washington Post found just 45% for the congressional plan among all adults. Additionally, support for the current plan has remained stable suggesting that public opinion is firmly established at this time.

Other polling released last week showed that 49% would rather see no health care legislation passed this year than see the current bill become law. Two-thirds (66%) say an increase in competition is more likely than increased government regulation to reduce the cost of health care. That’s one reason there is strong support for removing the exemption from anti-trust laws currently enjoyed by insurance companies.

While voters are skeptical of the plan working its way through Congress, 54% say that major changes are needed in the health care system. Sixty-one percent (61%) say it’s important for Congress to pass some reform.

A Rasmussen video report shows that 53% of those with insurance believe it’s likely they would have to change coverage if the congressional plan becomes law. Sixty-three percent (63%) of voters say guaranteeing that no one is forced to change their health insurance coverage is a higher priority than giving consumers the choice of a “public option” health insurance company.

As Scott Rasmussen, president of Rasmussen Reports, wrote recently in the Wall Street Journal: “The most important fundamental is that 68% of American voters have health insurance coverage they rate good or excellent. … Most of these voters approach the health care reform debate fearing that they have more to lose than to gain.”

Only 31% believe Congress has a good understanding of the proposed health care reform.

Just 18% expect the final health care plan to be bipartisan. Yet 42% of all voters attribute Republican opposition to partisan politics rather than substance.

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92 Responses to Hey CNN? Fact Check This! ObamaCare Rejected by Voter Majority, so says Rasmussen

  1. VotingFemale says:

    Yeah Cindy and Laura, come on down!!!

    Sam wrote about a minute ago at CNN Facebook:

    Laura your invited over to Voting Female where you might get an education.

    It is like a Kool-Aid Rehab for folks like yourself.

  2. samiam60 says:

    VF, Cindy is a strong Fact Filled Conservative who can handle the lible drible.

  3. VotingFemale says:

    Cindy looks as though she is a able Conservative Word Warrior!

  4. VotingFemale says:

    samiam, mystery solved!

    A blogpost I published back in July keeps getting view hits every day and has now exceeded 5,000 view hits.

    Here is the reason why…
    (another blogging secret discovered)

    http://images.google.com/images?q=f-22+raptor

  5. Foxwood says:

    Don’t get me started, VF… I’ve haven’t had any Rosehips in a while and some new liberal chow might make me cranky.

    Susan, It’s great to meet you. This really is a good place to be.

  6. ClassicFilm says:

    Outstanding piece, and BTW, love the title, VF!

    You know, though, that lefties will shield their eyes from it… the truth hurts.

  7. Foxwood says:

    Good morning, Class Act!

  8. samiam60 says:

    I am posting this from an email I just recieved.
    It upsets me as a Veteran and as a Christian.
    I have a great picture of this memorial if you should choose to take this further, VF.

    SHALL WE HIRE A MONUMENT ENGRAVER TO GO TO ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY AND ADD THE MISSING WORDS?

    THIS IS A MESSAGE FROM AN APPALLED OBSERVER:

    Today I went to visit the new World War II Memorial inWashington, DC. I got an unexpected history lesson. Because I’m a baby boomer, I was one of the youngest in the crowd. Most were the age of my parents, Veterans of ‘the greatest war,’ with their families. It was a beautiful day, and people were smiling and happy to be there. Hundreds of us milled around the memorial, reading the inspiring words of Eisenhower and Truman that are engraved there.

    On the Pacific side of the memorial, a group of us gathered to read the words President Roosevelt used to announce the attack on Pearl Harbor:

    Yesterday, December 7, 1941– a date which will live in infamy–the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked.

    One elderly woman read the words aloud:

    ‘With confidence in our armed forces, with the abounding determination of our people, we will gain the inevitable triumph.’

    But as she read, she was suddenly turned angry. ‘Wait a minute,’ she said, ‘they left out the end of the quote. They left out the most important part. Roosevelt ended the message with ‘so help us God.’

    Her husband said, ‘You are probably right. We’re not supposed to say things like that now.’

    ‘I know I’m right,’ she insisted. ‘I remember the speech.’ The two looked dismayed,
    shook their heads sadly and walked away.

    Listening to their conversation, I thought to myself, ‘Well, it has been over 50 years; she’s probably forgotten.’

    But she had not forgotten. She was right.

    I went home and pulled out the book my book club is reading — ‘Flags of Our Fathers’ by James Bradley. It’s all about the battle atIwo Jima.

    I haven’t gotten too far in the book. It’s tough to read because it’s a graphic description of the WWII battles in the Pacific.

    But right there it was on page 58. Roosevelt’s speech to the nation ends in ‘so help us God.’

    The people who edited out that part of the speech when they engraved it on the memorial could have fooled me. I was born after the war! But they couldn’t fool the people who were there. Roosevelt’s words are engraved on their hearts.

    Now I ask: ‘WHO GAVE THEM THE RIGHT TO CHANGE THE WORDS OF HISTORY?????????’

    Send this around to your friends. People need to know before everyone forgets.

    People today are trying to change the history of America by leaving God out of it, but the truth is, God has been a part of this nation, since the beginning. He still wants to be…and He always will be!

  9. VotingFemale says:

    Samiam, that email has been circulating around the internet since 2004 and probably longer.

    What is on the inscription at Arlington is just the first section of the speech and that section never included “In God We Trust.”

    “In God We Trust was at the end of the speech.

    I hate to see viral e-mails getting good folks like yourself upset.

  10. VotingFemale says:

    Here is the full text of the speech:

    Mr. Vice President, Mr. Speaker, Members of the Senate, and of the House of Representatives:

    Yesterday, December 7th, 1941 — a date which will live in infamy — the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.

    The United States was at peace with that nation and, at the solicitation of Japan, was still in conversation with its government and its emperor looking toward the maintenance of peace in the Pacific.

    Indeed, one hour after Japanese air squadrons had commenced bombing in the American island of Oahu, the Japanese ambassador to the United States and his colleague delivered to our Secretary of State a formal reply to a recent American message. And while this reply stated that it seemed useless to continue the existing diplomatic negotiations, it contained no threat or hint of war or of armed attack.

    It will be recorded that the distance of Hawaii from Japan makes it obvious that the attack was deliberately planned many days or even weeks ago. During the intervening time, the Japanese government has deliberately sought to deceive the United States by false statements and expressions of hope for continued peace.

    The attack yesterday on the Hawaiian islands has caused severe damage to American naval and military forces. I regret to tell you that very many American lives have been lost. In addition, American ships have been reported torpedoed on the high seas between San Francisco and Honolulu.

    Yesterday, the Japanese government also launched an attack against Malaya.

    Last night, Japanese forces attacked Hong Kong.

    Last night, Japanese forces attacked Guam.

    Last night, Japanese forces attacked the Philippine Islands.

    Last night, the Japanese attacked Wake Island.

    And this morning, the Japanese attacked Midway Island.

    Japan has, therefore, undertaken a surprise offensive extending throughout the Pacific area. The facts of yesterday and today speak for themselves. The people of the United States have already formed their opinions and well understand the implications to the very life and safety of our nation.

    As commander in chief of the Army and Navy, I have directed that all measures be taken for our defense. But always will our whole nation remember the character of the onslaught against us.

    No matter how long it may take us to overcome this premeditated invasion, the American people in their righteous might will win through to absolute victory.

    I believe that I interpret the will of the Congress and of the people when I assert that we will not only defend ourselves to the uttermost, but will make it very certain that this form of treachery shall never again endanger us.

    Hostilities exist. There is no blinking at the fact that our people, our territory, and our interests are in grave danger.

    With confidence in our armed forces, with the unbounding determination of our people, we will gain the inevitable triumph — so help us God.

    I ask that the Congress declare that since the unprovoked and dastardly attack by Japan on Sunday, December 7th, 1941, a state of war has existed between the United States and the Japanese empire.

  11. VotingFemale says:

    The only two parts of Roosevelt’s speech used on the wall:

    PEARL HARBOR

    DECEMBER 7, 1941, A DATE

    WHICH WILL LIVE IN INFAMY…

    NO MATTER HOW LONG IT

    MAY TAKE US TO OVERCOME

    THIS PREMEDITATED INVASION,

    THE AMERICAN PEOPLE, IN

    THEIR RIGHTEOUS MIGHT,

    WILL WIN THROUGH

    TO ABSOLUTE VICTORY.

  12. VotingFemale says:

    I learned the hard way many years ago to first vet viral emails…

  13. tellitlikeitis says:

    Reid to announce push for public option

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will announce this afternoon that he plans to push ahead with a public option vote – most likely one that includes an opt-out provision for states – even though he’s currently short several votes for passage, according to people close to the situation.

    The Nevada Democrat has 3:15 p.m. press conference to discuss details.

    Reid, who spoke with virtually every member of his 60-member caucus this weekend, currently has between 56 and 57 votes for a proposal to create a national insurance plan but allow states to opt out of it, according to Democratic aides.

    A public option with a “trigger” – supported by the White House and Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) – has between 58 and 59 backers. It could be floated as an alternative if the opt-out measure fails to obtain the 60 votes needed for cloture, sources said.

    Reid worked most of the weekend, convening several meetings with his leadership – and wrangling over the details with White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel.

    Reid is expected to send several public option proposals to the Congressional Budget Office on Monday, and discuss the strategy Tuesday with the Democratic caucus, aides said.

    Reid’s announcement would mark a significant turnaround for the public option after showing little life through the late summer – and a victory for progressive activists, who have been relentless in pressuring lawmakers.

    Reid’s decision comes at a time when many in the midst of the Senate negotiations are expressing frustrating that the White House hasn’t articulated a clear preference for what form a public option should take — or even if the public plan is a pre-condition of any deal.

    Late Sunday, in response to reports of sniping, Obama’s Deputy Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer posted a blog entry in the White House Web site claiming that “rumors” Reid and Obama were pushing different plans were “absolutely false.”

    “Senator Reid and his leadership team are now working to get the most effective bill possible approved by the Senate. President Obama completely supports their efforts and has full confidence they will succeed and continue the unprecedented progress that is being made in both the House and Senate,” Pfeiffer wrote on the White House blog.

    Pfeiffer’s comments come after a week in which liberals worried that Obama was trying to steer Reid away from his plan to round up votes for a public option that would allow states to “opt-out” of offering the plan. Obama reportedly prefers a public option that would be triggered only if the private insurance market fails. On Friday, MoveOn asked its members to call the White House and tell the president to oppose the trigger.

    In a hastily called Oval Office meeting Thursday, Reid presented his idea for a state “opt-out” to a skeptical Obama, who didn’t balk at the idea but questioned whether Reid could truly round up enough votes, according to two sources familiar with the Oval Office meeting. Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer said Sunday that Reid is close to winning the 60 votes needed to go ahead with that plan.

    Obama left the impression in the meeting that he was leaning toward the “trigger” idea floated by Maine Republican Sen. Olympia Snowe, a Democratic source said. Liberals generally oppose the trigger because there is no guarantee a public insurance plan would ever be created.

    Ever since Thursday, the White House has disputed this account, saying the president did not express a preference.

    But a Democratic official acknowledged last week that Obama’s line of questioning may have left such an impression with group, because he signaled skepticism that Reid could round up the votes.

    The Pfeiffer comments Sunday also mark an attempt by the White House to tamp down a broader uneasiness among liberals with Obama when it comes to health reform. Some have been openly frustrated over how willing Obama has been to give up on the public option, because he said on several occasions that he doesn’t consider it a must-have in any reform legislation, as much as he personally supports it.

    http://www.politico.com/blogs/glennthrush/1009/Reid_to_announce_push_for_optout_option.html

  14. tellitlikeitis says:

    Dollar Touches 14-Month Low as Recovery Signs Spur Risk Demand

    By Oliver Biggadike and Lukanyo Mnyanda

    Oct. 26 (Bloomberg) — The dollar reached a 14-month low versus the euro as stocks advanced around the world on confidence that the global economy is recovering, increasing demand for higher-yielding assets.

    Brazil’s real and Mexico’s peso were the biggest gainers versus the dollar among the 16 most-traded currencies tracked by Bloomberg. The South Korean won was the best performer among 10 emerging Asian currencies as the nation’s economy grew at the fastest pace in seven years.

    “Risk is a little bit positive, and that’s helping the dollar weaken,” said Sebastien Galy, a currency strategist at BNP Paribas SA in New York. “The overall theme of the dollar weakening versus Asia is continuing.”

    The dollar traded at $1.5016 per euro at 9:31 a.m. in New York, compared with $1.5008 on Oct. 23. It earlier declined to $1.5063, the weakest level since August 2008. The dollar was at 91.94 yen, compared with 92.06. It earlier reached 92.21, the highest level since Sept. 21. The yen fetched 138.09 per euro, compared with 138.15.

    The MSCI World Index of shares climbed 0.2 percent, while the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index increased 0.1 percent.

    The dollar declined against 10 of its major counterparts on speculation reports this week will add to evidence that economies are shaking off the worst of the recession.

    U.S. Sentiment

    The Conference Board’s index of U.S. consumer confidence increased to 53.5 this month from 53.1 in September, a separate Bloomberg survey showed before tomorrow’s report. A gauge of French household sentiment improved to minus 35 in October from minus 36 last month, a Bloomberg economist survey showed before the Paris-based national statistics office reports tomorrow.

    Brazil’s real advanced 0.7 percent to 1.7055 versus the dollar, while the peso gained 0.5 percent to 13.0273.

    The pound traded near the lowest level in at least a week against the euro and dollar on speculation the Bank of England will boost asset purchases at its policy meeting next month. The currency fell even as a survey of senior executives by Opinion Leader Research for KPMG showed confidence rose to the highest level in 18 months.

    Sterling lost as much as 0.4 percent to 92.40 pence per euro, the weakest level since Oct. 15, and was later little changed at 91.97. Against the dollar, it traded as low as $1.6252, the least since Oct. 19, and was later at $1.6324.

    Chinese Reserves

    The yen and euro earlier gained versus the dollar after China’s Financial News said the nation should boost reserves in the currencies. The Beijing- based newspaper, which is affiliated with China’s central bank, said the nation should raise the amount of Japanese and European currencies while keeping the dollar as the main component.

    “The Chinese article revived concern over the status of the dollar and triggered knee-jerk selling of the greenback,” said Yuichiro Harada, senior vice president of the foreign- exchange division at Mizuho Corporate Bank Ltd., a unit of Japan’s second-largest lender.

    China is the biggest international owner of U.S. government debt followed by Japan. The nation’s foreign-exchange reserves, the world’s largest, surged in the third quarter as an economic recovery attracted speculative capital and a weakened dollar boosted valuations of its yen and euro assets. The holdings climbed about $141 billion to a record $2.273 trillion, the central bank said this month.

    Stronger Won

    South Korea’s won increased after a higher-than-forecast expansion in its economy spurred expectations its central bank will raise borrowing costs.

    Gross domestic product advanced 2.9 percent in the third quarter from three months earlier, the central bank said today in Seoul. That was the fastest since the first quarter of 2002 and compared with a median estimate of 1.9 percent growth in a Bloomberg survey.

    The won appreciated 0.3 percent against the dollar to 1,177.90, from 1,181.25.

    The dollar earlier traded at the highest level in more than a month versus the yen on speculation the Federal Reserve will boost interest rates sooner than some economists forecast. The Wall Street Journal said Fed officials are likely to discuss next month how and when to signal the possibility of higher U.S. interest rates.

    Members of the U.S. central bank are contemplating the best way to let the market know that a period of record-low rates will draw to an end, the Journal reported Oct. 24, without saying where it got the information. The issue may be “on the table” when the Federal Open Market Committee meets Nov. 3-4.

    The Fed will increase the target rate for overnight bank loans to 0.5 percent in the second quarter of 2010, according to the average forecast of economists in a Bloomberg survey. The Bank of Japan is projected to maintain interest rates through the end of next year.

    Benchmark interest rates are 0.1 percent in Japan and as low as zero in the U.S., making the yen and dollar favored targets for investors seeking to fund so-called carry trades. The risk in such transactions is that currency-market moves will erase profits.
    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601101&sid=aeJULGcO6S18

  15. samiam60 says:

    Thanks for the info VF. I am glad I did not forward that email.

    I still think they put the wrong part of the speech on the Monument then. lol

  16. VotingFemale says:

    the cheap skates should have inscribed the entire speech… grrr

    God and all!

    samiam60 says

    Thanks for the info VF. I am glad I did not forward that email.

    I still think they put the wrong part of the speech on the Monument then. lol

  17. samhenry says:

    Hi VF, Tellit and Sami.

    I had my first day teaching in my life. I substituted as an elementary school teacher grade 4. Half the class went home sick with flu, one girl hurt herself falling off of a bar at playground; another tripped over a chair in the classroom. I feel honored they wanted me to sit with them at lunch (chicken fingers are not usually on my menu). By the end of the day they were saying – you’re nice; we like you and I was saying to myself: woa – what have I done wrong here!

    I am sick to death about the Reid announcement. I guess it is gam over, right? What State would want to opt out.

  18. samhenry says:

    I am going down to my bunk below decks. I won’t be far away.

  19. tellitlikeitis says:

    The states opt out is a game. The federal government will strong arm the states into accepting any public option by withholding fed funds etc. It’s just another big lie to force socialised health care on us under the guise of choice and drive up the debt. These slime balls outta be flogged.

  20. Susan ( Prevost1580) says:

    Thank-you! for the warm welcome 🙂 I am still deprogramming ( mentally ) from CNN ireports.

    Speaking of CNN. I was just at the gym and heard Barry’s friends spinning the BS for their messiah.

    How does,Rick Sanchez stay on the air? ?!?

    Sam, I see CNN took down our discussion on their face book page.Regarding ireports. lol~

    CNN has nooooo shame!

  21. Foxwood says:

    It’s been a very bad day in Lake Charles traffic. D!cks don’t know how to drive in the rain. You’d think as much rain is here, they’d know how to drive in it! So I have a song to dedicate to the Lake Charles denizens. It’s called “The Bird”!

  22. Foxwood says:

    And I missed my Beck… It rained, so TIVO didn’t record it. I did catch it on XM, tho.

  23. LisaInTX says:

    Bozell Grassroots Message: Attacks on Rush Are Attacks on All Conservatives

    http://www.eyeblast.tv/public/video.aspx?v=Gd6UuzVrnz

  24. LisaInTX says:

    VF
    Great post! Fake news sources like CNN and MSNBC care NOT about TRUTH……they are nothing less than SMEAR Machines for their political Demi-god party.

  25. Foxwood says:

    Been missin’ ya Lisa!

  26. m2 says:

    Beck brings a tear to my eye! His impassioned segment on the ReFounders….

    and then Special Report today rocked my face off.

    It showed Harry Reid saying the Insurance Companies make the most profits, then showed a Forbes list that puts it way down on the list of industries, past food and stuff.

    Then they showed Rahm talking about FNC on a sunday program and then montaged all the clips (many) of Rahm kicking back with the anchors on Fox.

    This administration is pure SICK.

  27. m2 says:

    Hi Prevost! Remember me, I’m “mommy2elena”… I still have an active account, I could go bug the shit out of O-Cult member ireport2. She used to call me VF as well…

    Except my life is too full and enriching to wanna go back! ha ha ha…. 😉

  28. m2 says:

    Good to see you lisa, we know you’ve been busy with the fam!

  29. Foxwood says:

    Wow! I miss all the pretty women on the blog… Guess I’ll go hide in my rock again…

  30. Susan ( Prevost1580) says:

    M2 I do remember YOU! Oh my goodness. How are YOU?!

    I have been wonderin’ where? you’ve been.lol~

    Ireport2 ( rolls eyes ) that woman is the most obnoxious,hateful Obamabot!

    Too many vile libs on ireports.Then again! it’s run by CNN.

    Tell MAB thatI said “Hello”. I do not know how he stands it there.

  31. samiam60 says:

    Hi Susan, M2, Lisa, Fox, VF, SamH, Tellit,

    Susan,

    That was fun meeting up with a banned ireporter over there. lol.

    We have become a village of our own there are so many of us Banned For Life people.

    CNN should FACT CHECK OUR COMMENTS BEFORE THEY BAN US..

  32. Susan ( Prevost1580) says:

    Sam,I totally agree. I think that CNN needs to be brought down. How dare they treat Americans likes this?!

    This is NOT China & conservatives deserve free speech too.

    It’s not like lazy libs have ever fought for freedom.

    OH! wait! libs do not like Americans to be free.

  33. samhenry says:

    Hi, Susan. I’m not sure I remember you from iReport. I am still there but don’t do much anymore and when they moved to the new format, I lost my superstar status because they saw that I had not contributed much in weeks and had not commented on the work of others as well.

    I like to keep an oar in but believe me, I don’t get traffice on my vids anymore. Still, I like to do them so I don’t think about it.

    If someone is uncomfortable with my more conservative progression from independent then that is fine. That is their choice. I am fortunate that my good pals have stuck by me – even the ones on iReport. I have trolls on my posts there but I’m old and war weary and I just let them stew in their own juices.

    I am infoaddict.

  34. LisaInTX says:

    Hi Foxwood, M2, Sami….. :-}
    I’ve been missing y’all very much!! I’m so far behind on the happenings and emails….trying to flick thru the most important issues is HARD to do these days…..

    PREVOST1580:
    I see we have a new face. :-}
    WELCOME Susan…hope to see more of you. CNN SUCKS!!!
    But what can we expect from a Communist News Network??? right??? LMAO….hahaha

  35. LisaInTX says:

    A message to all members of Patriotic Resistance

    Sen. Jay Rockefeller has a confession to make to the taxpaying American people, “We cannot promise [you] that the insurance reforms… will benefit everyone, when the reality is that this bill leaves out up to 55 percent, or 73 million people” (who are already covered by work plans).

    The AP is also reporting that the group America’s Health
    Insurance Plans concludes that under the Baucus plan, costs
    of private health insurance would rise by a whopping 111
    percent over the next decade as compared to the current system where costs would rise by 79 percent…

    President Obama said Affordable healthcare for all Americans…

    Let’s be clear. This isn’t about health care. This
    is about our government seizing more control over our lives!

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  37. samhenry says:

    Lisa – HELLO!

    I keep hoping that the momentum will grow against the senate bill. Apparently there are more dems that have got on board. Well Olympia Snowe has come around. Ugh

  38. arlenearmy says:

    Hello Prevost..

    Im trying to remember you. I vaguely recall our ireport comments in the past.

  39. arlenearmy says:

    Prevost
    I wonder myself how Mab has been able to hang this long w/Ireports. He’s had a rough time over there. Well, he did get some relief when a certain individual got banned (if you know what I mean).

  40. arlenearmy says:

    I just left Rasmussen & real clear politics. It does look like the dems are having to earn their keep.

    Heard on Hannity (Dick Morris interview) that its predicted that Christy will win New Jersy. Looks like we better the chill champagne so we can celebrate on Nov. 4th.

  41. arlenearmy says:

    Prevost…
    Cnn got Ireport discussions on a facebook page ?

  42. samhenry says:

    Hi Arlene,

    DOG FALLS OVERBOARD

  43. samhenry says:

    I’m dog tired and will see you later, Arlene. Was a substitute teacher /

  44. LisaInTX says:

    This is a great link to email addy’s to oppose NObama care….and any other agenda’s that rear their UNAMERICAN heads!

    http://www.resistnet.com/forum/topics/latest-strategy-to-kill

  45. LisaInTX says:

    Hi SamH and Arlene……been missing y’all!!

  46. m2 says:

    Checking in before bed…. early start to tomorrow.

    Arlene, I saw that Dick Morris interview, he was ON FIRE!

    ha ha ha…

    Let’s face it, this is the Dem strategy, LIE through your TEETH (because they’ve so degraded the atmosphere of public speech to the point that the public accepts it). And Saul A. says, A lie told often enough becomes ‘true’.

    case in point, FNC attack and Rahm/Sunday circuit

    case in point the “Insurance Companies” profit which is half of many dozens other industries, IT/Computer is the top profit maker.

    And the second guiding principle of the Democratic party in Congress, Fake it till you make it.

    This is where we are at now, so atrophied in basic respect of public discourse.

    Thanks Congress of 2006, and Communists of 2008.

  47. m2 says:

    SH, now I know I wrote pretty wild last night, so I went in and amended some text so it says “Obama Liberalism/Communism” just in some key areas that needed that specific addressed…

    Prevost, I am under the impression that Mab is a rational and patient man to psychologically vacuous emotion-laden drivel and shrieking, that is how I interpreted most of the non-thinking Obama cult. He has the patience of Buddha monk.

    He’s been over here too.

    I just don’t think you can talk too much sense into crazy, so I felt like I was wasting a lot of time with the cult.

  48. Susan ( Prevost1580) says:

    Infoaddict,I remember YOU!

    LisainTexas, Thank-you! for the warm welcome 😀

    Arlene, CNN has a face book page and we were discussing how CNNireports just bans ppl out of the blue.Pref. Conservatives.

    Poor mab 😦 He had emailed me a couple of weeks ago and said that he was ready to fly ( from ireports ).I encouraged him not to because there are only a few conservatives on there. Oy! little did I know that I would get banned.

    So is the huffington post running CNN/ireports.?! lol~

    Arelene,who got banned that drives mab crazy? Larena ( snickering ) Oh my goodness! that poor girl has a serious case of “narcissism” in the worst way.I actually feel very bad for her. Plastic surgery gone!! BAD!

  49. m2 says:

    Hey Prevost, when you get time you could sign up for a wordpress blog… you can use your screen name to name the blog, or something different…

    I used http://www.freeviews.wordpress.com

    But join the bloggers if you want!

  50. m2 says:

    mab also wrote me to come comment on his post, but I was only on a mobile internet for pretty much all this month, and I wasn’t looking for a fight that never ends on ireport.

    Well I got to head to bed….

    Night all!

  51. Susan ( Prevost1580) says:

    M2, I agree. He emailed me one night.He was soooo frustrated! I told him “Drink wine if you must talk to liberals”. Heemailed me back & said that he needed bourbon.

    Mab was always on the blogs of the guy that hates “Wal-mart” . This guy would go on &on&on about hating Wal-mart, non union companies and of course post vile things & pictures,about & against Sarah Palin. Guess what?! I bet the guy is still on there. Only on CNN.

  52. LisaInTX says:

    H1N1 FORCED vaccinations coming!!
    Nobama has already issued a “National Emergency” on this ‘flu strain”……
    Give me Dracula, but not the blood sucker Nobama…..

  53. LisaInTX says:

    Posted: October 24, 2009
    7:00 pm Eastern

    By Drew Zahn
    © 2009 WorldNetDaily

    H1N1 (photo: CDC)

    President Obama announced today that he has declared a “national emergency” over the H1N1 virus, a phrase with an ominous sound, but with little explanation offered by most of the news media.

    The Associated Press, for example, merely stated that the declaration removes “bureaucratic roadblocks” and enables officials to “bypass federal rules.” Other news outlets were even vaguer, saying the declaration waived federal requirements, but not saying what those requirements govern.

    In the void of information, Internet rumors were quick to flame, centering on concerns over how the Obama administration might use the declared emergency to suddenly expand government power.

    “Obama just declared H1N1 a national emergency,” wrote a WND reader in an e-mail, “Here we go with martial law.”

    An article by Kurt Nimmo of InfoWars took the worry a step further, wondering if the White House’s declaration engaged certain measures of the National Emergencies Act:

    “In the weeks ahead,” Nimmo writes, “we may witness a move toward martial law, forced vaccination and internment of those who refuse.” …..
    (go to link below to read the whole story)

    http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=113964

  54. LisaInTX says:

    Goodnight M2 and Samh…..
    Hello Susan…good to see you back.

    Mab was one of my good bud’s too. I don’t know how he has been able to hang there so long, but he is a much better man than I …lol

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  56. LisaInTX says:

    KInk
    I’m beyond pissed off at Nobama’s INACTION on the WARS in the ME!!
    What an OUTRAGE and DISGRACE to all that serve and are DYING over there so he can play his F—ing political games!!!

  57. LisaInTX says:

    Heading to bed—Goodnight everyone….:-]

  58. Susan ( Prevost1580) says:

    G’night,Lisa in Texas!

    From Susan in DC.

  59. arlenearmy says:

    Prevost
    It was a bleeding heart liberal dude who kept jacking w/Mab. Ask Mab who it was that got banned. Mab knows. I think that dude is residing in your locality.

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  61. samhenry says:

    Dear Friends

    Per usual I was up early writing a blog post. I’m on my way down to the bunk to crash. If you don’t hear from me until evening that means I’m substitute teaching again.

    Will miss being with you

    DOG DOWN BELOW DECKS
    FOX – were you grilling down here?

  62. samhenry says:

    FOX – I know what you will say:

    I didn’t do it, no one saw me, you can’t prove anything – oraa however it goes – WAH

  63. Foxwood says:

    I thought puppies liked grilled bacon? Who knew?

    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow unAmerican Nazis!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  64. Foxwood says:

    Damn! That bacon trick never works. It just blows the bacon in the trees.

  65. Foxwood says:

    We fought the Revolutionary War to be free from a Tyranical King.
    I guess a Tyranical President is different.

    http://animal-farm.us/clinton/revolutionary-war-why-we-fought-732

  66. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning SamHenry!!!

    Happy to see Susan is getting in there and finding a group of like minded friends here.

    I am so happy you had a positive experience on your first day as a sub-teacher, albeit, all the outside problems with the sickness and all.

    What grade is the class?

  67. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood!

    Obama is living in fantasy land…

  68. Foxwood says:

    Your not indoctrinating those kids are you?

    😉

  69. Foxwood says:

    “Obama is living in fantasy land…”

  70. Foxwood says:

    The Socialists, Commie wannabes want to live in never never land…

  71. samhenry says:

    Hi VF and FOX

    It was 4th grade. I really had to laugh at everything that happened on the first day. I wasn’t called this AM – thank god – not rested from yesterday.

    Indoctrinate? Hell yes – with art and English. They had a module that taught sentence structure. It was about Pablo Picasso being at the MOMA. So I stopped and took them to the computer and we looked at some of the pictures and foud out what MOMA stood for.

    The teacher had left instructions that I could do inventive projects. I had the kids write a short piece about an experience thay had had. Some didn’t want to do it natch.

    First I had them TELL their story in front of the class. Then I had them READ their story. Then we discussed “voice.”

    We read from their reader and I had someone stationed at the computer looking up words with which they had trouble.

    I will be interested in my “review.”

  72. Foxwood says:

    I have a MOMA… She live in Okrahoma…

  73. Foxwood says:

    You’ve heard of Compassionate Conservatives?

    I’ve decided I’m a Crass Conservative.

    I’m crude, cranky, opinionated, and damn if I’m not always right!

  74. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning everyone! They just don’t learn.
    Fox news rocks!

    CNN Drops to Last Place Among Cable News Networks
    By Bill Carter

    Paul Hawthorne/Getty Images

    CNN’s Anderson CooperCNN, which invented the cable news network more than two decades ago, will hit a new competitive low with its prime-time programs in October, finishing fourth – and last – among the cable news networks with the audience that all the networks rely on for their advertising.

    The official monthly numbers will be finalized at 4 p.m. Monday and will include results from Friday. CNN executives conceded that will not change the competitive standing for the month. CNN will still be last in prime time.

    That means CNN’s programs were behind not only Fox News and MSNBC, but even its own sister network HLN (formerly Headline News.) Three of its four shows between 7 and 11 p.m. finished fourth and last among the cable news networks. That was the first time CNN had finished that poorly with its prime-time shows.

    Fox News’ Bill O’ReillyThe results demonstrate once more the apparent preference of viewers for opinion-oriented shows from the news networks in prime time.

    CNN has steered opinion hosts like Nancy Grace to HLN, while maintaining more news-oriented shows on CNN itself. When news events are not being intensely followed, CNN executives acknowledge, viewers seem to be looking for partisan views more than objective coverage.

    Individually, the CNN shows were beaten resoundingly by all the Fox News programs, but also lost to all of the MSNBC programs, including a repeat of Keith Olbermann’s 8 p.m. edition of “Countdown,” which beat the 10 p.m. hour of CNN’s signature prime-time program, “Anderson Cooper 360.”
    Again that was a first.

    Mr. Cooper had 211,000 viewers to 223,000 for Mr. Olbermann’s repeat. That meant Mr. Cooper finished fourth and last in the 10 p.m. hour because, besides being well behind the leader, Greta Van Susteren, who had 538,000 viewers, he was also beaten by a repeat of Nancy Grace’s 8 p.m. show on HLN, which averaged 222,000.

    MSNBC’s Keith OlbermanFor the month, CNN averaged 202,000 viewers between the ages of 25 and 54 – the group that television news organizations use as their basis of success because of their advertising sales. That was far behind the dominant leader, Fox News, which averaged 689,000. But it also trailed MSNBC, which had 250,000 viewers in that group and HLN, which had 221,000.

    The only CNN show from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. that did not finish last was Larry King, which was third, ahead of the new Joy Behar show on HLN. But Sean Hannity’s show on Fox News had a huge lead with 659,000 viewers in that age group. Second was Rachel Maddow on MSNBC with 242,000.
    Mr. King averaged 224,000 and Ms. Behar 181,000.

    At 7 p.m. CNN’s host, Lou Dobbs was fourth, barely beaten by Jane Velez Mitchell on HLN, 166,000 to 162,000. The big winner was Shepard Smith on Fox with 465,000 viewers. Second was Chris Matthews and “Hardball” on MSNBC, with 179,000 viewers.

    HLN’s Nancy GraceCNN’s performance was worst in the 8 p.m. hour. Bill O’Reilly on Fox News continued his long dominance with the biggest numbers of any host, 881,000 viewers. Mr. Olbermann, with his first-run program, was second with 295,000. Close behind was the first edition of Ms. Grace’s show with 269,000. Campbell Brown on CNN trailed with only 162,000.

    CNN executives emphasized that the network continues to draw more viewers than all its competitors except Fox News when all hours of the day are counted.

    CNN released a statement Monday saying, “CNN’s ratings are always going to be more dependent on the news environment, much more so than opinion-based programming especially in prime time.”

  75. m2 says:

    Guess what people… I had nightmares of the Communist regime in the white house. I have to leave the house in 10 minutes….

    But I think this “Nat’l Emergency”/Chamber/FNC is a DISTRACTION, ALL OF IT. To keep the media and people from focusing on Cap and Trade and Healthcare which they are pushing both at the same time??

    Granted I know they don’t like the “free enterprise” slogan of the Chamber (Jarrett is a communist and is the daughter of a communist), but the bigger role this 1000 deaths (which I’ve read is 487 deaths) Swine Flu ‘national emergency’ is to get every regular (political ignorant) Joe hyped up and scared and talking about that, and every conspiracy theorist/and conservative fearful of more extreme things (deadly vax, marshal law, etc.).

  76. m2 says:

    SH, congratulations on the teaching job! The students will be lucky having you as their sub!!!

  77. tellitlikeitis says:

    Just keep pushing socialized health care the nobody wants.

    Reid announces push for public option

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced this afternoon that he plans to push ahead with a public health insurance option that includes an opt-out provision for states – even though he’s currently short several votes for passage, according to people close to the situation.

    “It’s the fairest way to go,” Reid said at a news conference, where he said he’ll send the state opt-out plan to the Congressional Budget Office. States would have until 2014 to opt out.

    Reid, who spoke with virtually every member of his 60-member caucus this weekend, currently has between 56 and 57 votes for a proposal to create a national insurance plan but allow states to opt out of it, according to Democratic aides.

    But Reid said he will not send the “trigger” option to the CBO — which endangers the support of Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine), who has not signed on to the opt-out idea. Snowe wants a public insurance option to kick in only if private insurers don’t expand coverage fast enough.

    Asked about Snowe’s lack of support, Reid said: “We are going to have to move forward on this.”

    A public option with a “trigger” – supported by the White House and Snowe – has between 58 and 59 backers. It could be floated as an alternative if the opt-out measure fails to obtain the 60 votes needed for cloture, sources said.

    Reid worked most of the weekend, convening several meetings with his leadership – and wrangling over the details with White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel.

    Reid is expected to send the public option proposal to the Congressional Budget Office on Monday, and discuss the strategy Tuesday with the Democratic caucus.

    Reid’s announcement marks a significant turnaround for the public option after showing little life through the late summer – and a victory for progressive activists, who have been relentless in pressuring lawmakers.

    Reid’s decision comes at a time when many in the midst of the Senate negotiations are expressing frustration that the White House hasn’t articulated a clear preference for what form a public option should take — or even if the public plan is a pre-condition of any deal.

    Late Sunday, in response to reports of sniping, Obama’s Deputy Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer posted a blog entry in the White House Web site claiming that “rumors” Reid and Obama were pushing different plans were “absolutely false.”

    “Senator Reid and his leadership team are now working to get the most effective bill possible approved by the Senate. President Obama completely supports their efforts and has full confidence they will succeed and continue the unprecedented progress that is being made in both the House and Senate,” Pfeiffer wrote on the White House blog.

    Pfeiffer’s comments come after a week in which liberals worried that Obama was trying to steer Reid away from his plan to round up votes for a public option that would allow states to “opt-out” of offering the plan. Obama reportedly prefers a public option that would be triggered only if the private insurance market fails. On Friday, MoveOn asked its members to call the White House and tell the president to oppose the trigger.

    In a hastily called Oval Office meeting Thursday, Reid presented his idea for a state “opt-out” to a skeptical Obama, who didn’t balk at the idea but questioned whether Reid could truly round up enough votes, according to two sources familiar with the Oval Office meeting. Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer said Sunday that Reid is close to winning the 60 votes needed to go ahead with that plan.

    Obama left the impression in the meeting that he was leaning toward the “trigger” idea floated by Maine Republican Sen. Olympia Snowe, a Democratic source said. Liberals generally oppose the trigger because there is no guarantee a public insurance plan would ever be created.

    Ever since Thursday, the White House has disputed this account, saying the president did not express a preference.

    But a Democratic official acknowledged last week that Obama’s line of questioning may have left such an impression with group, because he signaled skepticism that Reid could round up the votes.

    The Pfeiffer comments Sunday also mark an attempt by the White House to tamp down a broader uneasiness among liberals with Obama when it comes to health reform. Some have been openly frustrated over how willing Obama has been to give up on the public option, because he said on several occasions that he doesn’t consider it a must-have in any reform legislation, as much as he personally supports it.

    http://www.politico.com/blogs/glennthrush/1009/Reid_to_announce_push_for_optout_option.html

  78. Foxwood says:

    4th grade is a wonderful age. My granddaughter is in 4th grade. She’s grown up so quickly. She’s still a baby to me. Then again, my youngest (21) is still my baby.

  79. m2 says:

    You are eons more compassionate than the devilry in Congress. I think Miss Snowe is finding out now that there’s no such thing as COMPROMISE to communists hell-bent on ramming their Takeover through.

    Like all their bills and renaming, the compassion part is the opposite of what they really are.

    foxwood say:

    You’ve heard of Compassionate Conservatives?

    I’ve decided I’m a Crass Conservative.

    I’m crude, cranky, opinionated, and damn if I’m not always right!

  80. Foxwood says:

    Morning M2, Tellit!

    Think I forget VF and SamH… Good morning!

  81. m2 says:

    Oh so your youngest will be devoting 8-12% of her income to this pretend-Healthcare reform, socialized/communization of our country.

    They are such rats! These people!!!

    foxwood say:
    4th grade is a wonderful age. My granddaughter is in 4th grade. She’s grown up so quickly. She’s still a baby to me. Then again, my youngest (21) is still my baby.

  82. m2 says:

    Well good morning Fox, VF, SH, Sam, Tellit, any others on this morn!

    I got to leave, be back this afternoon….

  83. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good morning again everyone!

  84. Foxwood says:

    Thanks for the depression, M2… 🙂

    I’ll be out of touch for a good bit of time today. Bringing up another new cell site in the middle of nowhere. No cell or computer service. WAH!

  85. Foxwood says:

    Somebody make Sami some chicken soup! We got to get him back here!

  86. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Tellit! M2!

    Where are you SamMan?

  87. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF, Foxwood, M2, SamH, Tellit, Lisa, Arlene, Susan, and thank you for all the well wishes. The Chicken Soup is appreciated Foxwood and thank you.

    I had a ruff night and am dragging this morning.

    I am determined to get back in the swing of things here but for now I am on as energy permits. I have to take care of some things this morning but hope to join in with you all some time later today. God Bless you all and God Bless the United States of America.

  88. dancingczars says:

    Say it ain’t so, they are from the “gooberment” and they are here to help us

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