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This should scare the bejeezus out of you
Posted - 11/7/2013 1:28:51 PM | show profile | flag this post
with this opportunistic TEA Party politician, cruzo, is based entirely on wishful thinking on your part.
All this guy has is innuendo.
He won't say what he's seen or heard. He just claims to have heard all kinds of "scary" things and insists we trust him.
His brother agents have basically disowned him as an opportunist.
You've been seriously snookered, cruzo. Keep drinking the TEA. And follow your clueless leaders and conspiracy nuts like the sheep you are if it makes you happy.
Posted - 11/7/2013 1:41:54 PM | show profile | flag this post
If the water fontain has lead lined pipes, the fountain certainly does affect the quality of the water. If the water is toxic in the first place, the consumer of water has to rely on the credibility of the various water distributers. Water suppliers with strict water purity standards will attract the water consumer who cares about quality water. People who don't care about water quality, people who don't mind lead and/or other toxins in their water will probably frequent that questionable water fountain.
Thanks for the surprisingly apt metaphor croozer! I didn't think you had it in ya.
Posted - 11/7/2013 1:57:03 PM | show profile | flag this post
"Trash the fountain and ignore the water"
Because it's fluoridated by black helicopters from Benghazi!!
That should egregiously scare the bejeezus out of you pal!!
Jugxapose that with death panels throwing the Romney landslide and the fake moon landing that led to Obamacare in the first place and what do you have?
Sound stupid? Yeah, stupid like a cruiser.
Posted - 11/7/2013 3:05:57 PM | show profile | flag this post
"Thanks for the surprisingly apt metaphor croozer"
It's only "apt" to someone who is searching madly for something...ANYthing...to obscure the wholly rational point I was making. Everyone on here knows what I meant...and your bullsh*t wasn't it.
Oh, and I chose my words to see who would trigger the deliberately-set trap. I must confess...I didn't expect it to be you. But you're obviously as thin in the mental acuity department as the rest of the left wingers.
Posted - 11/7/2013 4:56:58 PM | show profile | flag this post
but Alex Jones and infowars don't traffic in the truth.
He's a blowhard. Don't like him.
HOWEVER: Pretty much every single article I've ever read there was sourced.
Links to legislation, links to original news video reports, links to other articles, links to PRIMARY SOURCES, so I can read and decide for myself. If you can't decide for yourself where opinion and fact cross, you don't have critical thinking skills. I don't need or want to be spoonfed what I SHOULD think. I prefer to decide for myself if the INFORMATION itself is true.
And sourcing directly in the articles themselves? You don't see that as TRUTH?
For a thought-provoking dialogue re Alex Jones and what he means to the alt media, see:
1. “Disinfo Wars: Alex Jones War on Your Mind,” by Nolan Higdon of Project Censored
2. Critique of the above article:
"With “Disinfo Wars” Project Censored Abandons Principles," by James Tracy of Memoryholeblog.com
3. Nolan Hodge's response (published on James Tracy's website, BTW):
An almost two hour radio interview by Kevin Barrett. First hour is with Nolan; second hour is with James Tracy.
I wish Barrett would have had them on together, but...
The level of critical thinking by the commenters on memoryhole blog is phenomenal. Critical thinking, no BS, name calling crap. Excellent example of how to disagree and challenge information in an intellectual way.
Again, proceed only if you are ready to think. If you want to be spoonfed, this level of discussion is not for you.
Posted - 11/7/2013 9:38:13 PM | show profile | flag this post
"left wing wishful thinking and political pipedreams"
How's that Romney landslide--and ObamaCare ruled un-constitutional--working our for ya?
Posted - 11/7/2013 10:48:35 PM | show profile | flag this post
How's that McAuful blowout workin' for ya?
Posted - 11/7/2013 11:04:39 PM | show profile | flag this post
Ah, cruiser! You bring such youthful conduct to the forum.
Posted - 11/7/2013 11:16:01 PM | show profile | flag this post
*** Lady, the most inveterate "hobbiest" political bloggers
are right here...on this forum. ***
Oh-Kayyy! Another of those things that only you see.
Posted - 11/8/2013 9:00:38 AM | show profile | flag this post
What McAuliffe blowout?
No one ever expected a blow out.
Hell, six months ago, no one expected McAuliff to make the 14 point swing over the last Democratic nominee for Governor in Virginia four years ago.
Cooch in Virginia and Dean in Alabama show how the TEA Party has worn out its welcome.
Posted - 11/8/2013 11:16:19 AM | show profile | flag this post
"how the TEA Party has worn out its welcome"
When the last one fails a reelection bid or when no new tea party movement people are nominated THEN AND ONLY THEN can you even think that.
I know yours is left wing wishful thinking...and you're particularly good at that...but it's WAY premature if it EVER comes to pass.
Posted - 11/8/2013 11:40:55 AM | show profile | flag this post
One has to win an election...
And the TEA Party lost ALL the races they were running on Tuesday.
Every single one of them.
But keep it up, cruzo. Democrats LOVE Tea Party candidates. They win elections for Democrats!
Posted - 11/10/2013 8:40:51 PM | show profile | flag this post
Anyone who has ever listened to Alex Jones...
Knows he is a very sick individual. I hope Obamacare and its mental health upgrades goes through so he can get the help he needs. We need even more help for the listeners and readers out there who are too stupid to realize this guy is off his nut. Thank God for the new mental health regulations of Obamacare!
Posted - 11/11/2013 11:38:43 AM | show profile | flag this post
Do you left wing idiots realize
that your misguided push to get health insurance coverage for "30 million people who don't have insurance" is going to result in 52 million OR MORE losing theirs???
Do you think that's a fair trade? Don't you "get" mathematics? What in the world would make you think 52 million or more Americans losing their health coverage is better than 30 million who are uninsured??? Isn't that nearly DOUBLING the problem???
And not only are MORE people going to be uninsured under Obamacare but the number of doctors, hospitals and other medical facilities is going to shrink due to costs and regulations.
THIS IS A VERY, VERY BAD DEAL.
And if any of you think a single-payer system (read: federal government-run health care) is going to solve it, remember that we as a nation are already more than $17 TRILLION in debt, our indebtedness is approaching our entire annual production of goods and services (GDP), and...as noted above...doctors, hospitals and medical facilities are being driven out of the health care business. Where do you think the money is going to come from to administer a natioalized health system?
Wake the hell up!
Posted - 11/11/2013 3:21:48 PM | show profile | flag this post
Kids on my lawn!!!!
Gays marrying their pets!!!
Wake the hell up!!!!
Panic, holler, scream, pound your fist!
It's tyranny! Like Hitler and Stalin teamed up with Castro to force us all into camps.
Posted - 11/11/2013 4:22:39 PM | show profile | flag this post
Thank God for the new mental health regulations of Obamacare!
Do some research as to the effects of psychotropic drugs. That means look a clinical studies, read packages inserts of the drugs themselves, and go on comment boards that are developed as support groups for people who are taking the drugs.
After you have spent about 15 hours researching the above, take a look at all the mass shootings in the U.S. Almost ALL the shooters have BEEN TAKING/WITHDRAWING from psychotropic drugs. I do not know of an instance of a "crazy" person NOT taking/withdrawing from the drugs who shoots things up.
(Look into Mark Taylor, a victim of the Columbine shootings, who took on Big Pharma. What happened to him was CRIMINAL.)
After you have researched the history of the mass shootings as well as the history, MOA and effects of the drugs, come back here let us know if YOU would take any psychotropic drugs. I'd love to hear what you have to say AFTER you have researched what they do to people.
[I understand that what I am proposing involves CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS. ]
Posted - 11/11/2013 5:05:21 PM | show profile | flag this post
oh, christ.. psychotropic drugs???
here we go again..
Posted - 11/11/2013 5:25:08 PM | show profile | flag this post
Here is an excellent op-ed piece re the the ACA and mental healthcare:
"The regulations differ according to which insurance policy people have, but the overall Obamacare thrust is in the direction of enforcing coverage “parity” between physical and mental illness.
This means more and more people are going to be sitting in psychiatrists’ offices, describing their problems and issues; the psychiatrists will be making more and more unscientific diagnoses of mental disorders; and they will be prescribing more toxic and dangerous drugs to patients.
There is a cultural sea change underway as well. The whole op is to legitimize mental health treatment for everybody. Having a disorder will eventually be as common as having the flu or a cold. “We’re all disordered.”
Children will be saying they have ADHD, clinical depression, and bipolar even before a shrink slaps on a diagnosis. It’s the “in” thing to do.
Political and economic oppression will be reframed as mental-health issues for the victims.
Worse yet, as I’ve exhaustively demonstrated in many articles and lectures, psychiatry is a pseudoscience. The 300 officially certified distinct mental disorders are all fraudulent.
There is no physical diagnostic test for any of the them. They are menus and collections of behaviors drawn up by committees of psychiatrists—and then stamped with labels.
The drugs to treat them are all toxic and destructive. Some of the drugs (and withdrawing from all of them) cause violent behavior, including suicide and homicide.
But given the opportunity by insurance coverage, millions of Americans will spring into action and offer themselves up for diagnosis and treatment. They’ll wear their diagnoses like badges of honor in the “new society.”
People who speak out against the political establishment, who advocate for less government, who champion freedom, will find themselves ridiculed to a greater degree than ever before…and under certain circumstances will be coerced into the psychiatric hive.
This is a gravy train for some, and a death machine for many."
Yes Orth, AGAIN.
Cognitive dissonance: When clinging to what you believe becomes more important than acknowledging the EVIDENCE( that says otherwise) right in front of your face.
Find evidence that mass shooters aren't on FDA-approved drugs. I'll wait.
Cognitive dissonance: Ignoring the truth because you are too invested in a falsehood to do otherwise.
Posted - 11/11/2013 5:34:40 PM | show profile | flag this post
New Mental Health Mandate Will Make Obamacare More Expensive, Increase Fraud And Canceled Policies
For those that aren't aware:
Even as stories pour in of Americans facing steeply higher health insurance premiums and canceled coverage, Team Obama just imposed new regulations that will make those problems worse.
On Friday, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced new regulations mandating health insurers cover mental and behavioral health to the same extent they cover physical health care.
A “mental health parity” mandate was passed by Congress in 2008, but Obama officials claim health insurers aren’t fully complying. (You’ll just have to overlook the irony of the Obama administration, which has postponed several provisions of Obamacare without any legal authority to do so, complaining that others aren’t complying with some law.)
So while Obamacare is driving up the cost of a policy for many Americans by 50 percent to 100 percent, the new mental health rules will make coverage even more expensive—though it’s difficult to know by how much.
Just keep paying, folks. Your costs will be going up even more.
Posted - 11/11/2013 6:52:20 PM | show profile | flag this post
"52 million OR MORE losing theirs???"
It's a catastrophe. And it's not even happening!!
According to CNN:"Insurers are sending cancellation notices to some of the 12 million Americans whose individual policies don't meet Obamacare requirements for more comprehensive care."
The tyranny! That's unrepairable! Indubitably. Who jugxaopsed this so egregiously pal?
Posted - 11/11/2013 8:05:56 PM | show profile | flag this post
"According to CNN"
Posted - 11/11/2013 8:43:31 PM | show profile | flag this post
Yes, that's Nuff
Just dismiss it because it's CNN. Then plug your ears and say, nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah, really fast
Then jugxapose it to the unrepairable.
Posted - 11/11/2013 9:30:13 PM | show profile | flag this post
Cruster? What is a cruster?
From the Urban dictionary.
1.One who is crusty; either in attitude, behavior, or appearance.
2. A lowlife, transient or bum. Usually a person who is stinky and dishevelled in appearance.
3. A skate artist. One who consistently slimes out of anything physically or mentally demanding. An individual who talks big game but never backs it up.
5. A person whose skin crusts and flakes when they get nervous.
I can't decide which describes our friend more. What do our casual readers think?
Posted - 11/12/2013 9:25:22 AM | show profile | flag this post
that describes cruiser to a tee.
Just what cruster has been aiming for -- and hitting a bulls eye with -- with his every post.