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    (Original post by Toughtee)
    This is really derailing the thread (so sorry mods :sorry:) but how in your opinion is giving free healthcare to those who wouldn't/would struggle to afford it a bad thing?
    In theory it's not really a bad thing. If Economically stable countries like Finland, Qatar, Luxembourg and Czech republic decide to socialise healthcare then so be it.

    But not countries like America which are $18 Trillion in debt.
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    (Original post by Attempt)
    More like, Land of the FEE, and home of the Slave.
    Wow you've been reading too much America Thinker, Campaign for Liberty and general Tea Party stuff.


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    Obama, f*ing Nationalised 2 out of the 6 sectors America generally benefit economically from.
    I forgot he didn't just nationalise it, he f*ing Nationalised it. He nationalised it so hard that it needs a f*ing N...

    After he "nationalised" it, i believe there was a automotive boom and GM is now making profits - so its safe to say Americans are still benefitting from...though that's irrelevant details. Please tell me how this is, in essence, different from Wall Street bailouts (with less restructuring) done by, I'm assuming very patriotic and capitalistic, Georde Bush.

    How is healthcare in America nationalised? I mean, there's an awful lot of private insurers for a nationalised system isn't there?
    Let's not forget ACA was, in essence, a Republican Party and heritage foundation plan (which was supposed to be a free market alternative to f*ing Nationalised Healthcare)...

    Furthermore, nationalisation isn't necessarily communism...

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    And also passed 225 executive orders.
    Any president can pass executive orders. let's not forget the (Republican controlled) blocked Obama so many times, and blocked bills supported by the people. Not very democratic is it?


    Edits: mods, sorry for derailing the thread
    Inb4 my post gets deleted

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    Wow you've been reading too much America Thinker, Campaign for Liberty and general Tea Party stuff.




    I forgot he didn't just nationalise it, he f*ing Nationalised it. He nationalised it so hard that it needs a f*ing N...

    After he "nationalised" it, i believe there was a automotive boom and GM is now making profits - so its safe to say Americans are still benefitting from...though that's irrelevant details. Please tell me how this is, in essence, different from Wall Street bailouts (with less restructuring) done by, I'm assuming very patriotic and capitalistic, Georde Bush.

    How is healthcare in America nationalised? I mean, there's an awful lot of private insurers for a nationalised system isn't there?
    Let's not forget ACA was, in essence, a Republican Party and heritage foundation plan (which was supposed to be a free market alternative to f*ing Nationalised Healthcare)...

    Furthermore, nationalisation isn't necessarily communism...



    Any president can pass executive orders. let's not forget the (Republican controlled) blocked Obama so many times, and blocked bills supported by the people. Not very democratic is it?


    Edits: mods, sorry for derailing the thread
    Inb4 my post gets deleted

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    Addressing your first point - No I don't really read any of that garbage, I just listen to a lot of talk radio, read books by intelligent conservatives Michael Savage, Mark Dice, Glenn Beck come to mind.

    Second point - LMAO, how are General motors making any revenues? Figures from 2014 and 2015 show that they did infact make over $10 Billion in losses, and this isn't from their own website themselves. And the other is from ABC news

    http://media.gm.com/content/dam/Medi...-Chart-Set.pdf

    http://abcnews.go.com/Business/story?id=5503957


    Third point - About the ACA being a "republican party heritage plan" I'm not saying you may be wrong because, although I do spend most of my time reading politics, i can't say I know it all, could you please show me proof how how obamacare was in any way a republican heritage plan?

    Remember , I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm just not aware of this.

    Having the Government take control of sectors of a country is the standard definition of Socialism/Communism and Obama has made sure of this.


    Agreed, any president can pass executive orders. But the unconstitutional ones he's passed are what I'm railing about. Like the executive actions against the second amendment and the amnesty given to over 5 million Illegals, which will infact vote for a bigger more socialist government.
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    (Original post by Attempt)
    In theory it's not really a bad thing. If Economically stable countries like Finland, Qatar, Luxembourg and Czech republic decide to socialise healthcare then so be it.

    But not countries like America which are $18 Trillion in debt.
    In my opinion, economic problems are no excuse to treat the poor badly, as they'll probably be hit the worst. If a family had a lot of credit card debt, but also had a baby, you don't stop feeding the baby to pay back the debt.
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    (Original post by Attempt)
    People read into that far too much. It was a slip of the tongue, that's all.
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    What proof do you have that Barack Hussein Obama is actually a Christian?
    Well, if he's a Muslim, he's a very, very bad one!
    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=ob...w=1707&bih=882

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=ob...ot+dog&imgrc=_

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=ob...ma+eating+ribs
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    (Original post by Attempt)
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    check your pm about ACA... don't wanna derail the thread.
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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    People read into that far too much. It was a slip of the tongue, that's all.
    or the Muslim Brotherhood lost control of him for a second... and he let it slip
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    Cringeworthy image.
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    (Original post by chemting)


    Cringeworthy image.
    Is this Cameron's famous "sausage in a pig's mouth" event?
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    (Original post by QE2)
    Is this Cameron's famous "sausage in a pig's mouth" event?
    Haha :mmm:. Probably, though Obama isn't part of the Bullingdon club...

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