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Thread: More Americans Relying on Government Benefits

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    Quote Originally Posted by tango View Post
    Democrats are much better at the spin game (some may call them lies). I really don't understand why they (Warhorse) can not bring themselves to state Medicare needs to be reformed. And why the Democrats cannot engage in an adult conversation about the reforms needed without attacking Republicans.
    Three things:

    1. No one and I mean NO ONE has a better spin machine (and I do call them lies) than the Republicans.
    2. I do not know why you chose to single me out but since you did so, you are either misinformed or flat lying when you state "they (Warhorse) can not bring themselves to state Medicare needs to be reformed." I have stated on numerous occasions that I believe entitlements need to be "reformed" but that the reforms cannot simply be massive cuts in benefits.
    3. And it is the height of hypocrisy for you to say that the Democrats cannot engage in an adult conversation without attacking Republicans. The radical righters on this board make great attack dogs if one dares question their ideology.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warhorse View Post
    Three things:

    1. No one and I mean NO ONE has a better spin machine (and I do call them lies) than the Republicans.
    2. I do not know why you chose to single me out but since you did so, you are either misinformed or flat lying when you state "they (Warhorse) can not bring themselves to state Medicare needs to be reformed." I have stated on numerous occasions that I believe entitlements need to be "reformed" but that the reforms cannot simply be massive cuts in benefits.
    3. And it is the height of hypocrisy for you to say that the Democrats cannot engage in an adult conversation without attacking Republicans. The radical righters on this board make great attack dogs if one dares question their ideology.
    Are you suggesting that your posts are not full of rhetorical bs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tango View Post
    Are you suggesting that your posts are not full of rhetorical bs?
    What I am asking is why you single me out when you and many others post rhetorical bs all the time? See the first sentence of your post #131 as a prime example. Hypocrisy anyone?
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    Here's what I found on Funk Democracy. Does this help you guys?

    http://cornellsun.com/node/45476

    If we go to a Funk Democracy, I'm voting for this guy:
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    Quote Originally Posted by BasilLongfellow View Post
    If we go to a Funk Democracy, I'm voting for this guy:
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    no flavor flav?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warhorse View Post
    Three things:

    1. No one and I mean NO ONE has a better spin machine (and I do call them lies) than the Republicans.
    2. I do not know why you chose to single me out but since you did so, you are either misinformed or flat lying when you state "they (Warhorse) can not bring themselves to state Medicare needs to be reformed." I have stated on numerous occasions that I believe entitlements need to be "reformed" but that the reforms cannot simply be massive cuts in benefits. tang didn't I did. You become GAM when someone talks medicare reform
    3. And it is the height of hypocrisy for you to say that the Democrats cannot engage in an adult conversation without attacking Republicans. The radical righters on this board make great attack dogs if one dares question their ideology. Adult conversation in your mind is to run ads shoving granny off a cliff in response to a serious effort at discussing medicare reform, got it.
    Your own post proves everything you said wrong and you don't even know why.
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    Thank God for Obama saving and transforming our economy albeit slower than any (including him) would like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warhorse View Post
    Three things:

    1. No one and I mean NO ONE has a better spin machine (and I do call them lies) than the Republicans.
    2. I do not know why you chose to single me out but since you did so, you are either misinformed or flat lying when you state "they (Warhorse) can not bring themselves to state Medicare needs to be reformed." I have stated on numerous occasions that I believe entitlements need to be "reformed" but that the reforms cannot simply be massive cuts in benefits.
    3. And it is the height of hypocrisy for you to say that the Democrats cannot engage in an adult conversation without attacking Republicans. The radical righters on this board make great attack dogs if one dares question their ideology.
    I'm shocked that you want to kill Medicare. What do you have against Grandma???
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChitownHusker View Post
    I'm shocked that you want to kill Medicare. What do you have against Grandma???
    Got to admit I got a good laugh out of that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warhorse View Post
    Got to admit I got a good laugh out of that one.

    Thank you for taking it in the spirit in which it was intended.
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