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TUESDAY, DEC 24, 2013  |  11 comments
Pope urges Italy to find houses for all families
Pope Francis urged anti-austerity protesters who attended his weekly Angelus blessing to use dialogue and not violence to press their demands.

The pope read aloud one of their banners: `'The poor cannot wait." He urged everyone from charities to Italian authorities `'to do everything possible so that every family can have a house" this holiday season.


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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Not sure how the war between the states came up.

Jim, is there a reason you refuse to answer the inquiry of how a plan that has now been documented (by pro health care doctors) to have democratic origins back to Wilson, Roosevelt, Johnson, Kennedy and Carter is somehow the brainchild of the Republicans?

Best thing since sliced bread, I take it your not one of the millions who lost great policies they were happy to pay for to Obamacare. (besides if ACA was SO GREAT, why did the president exempt those people for a year if the insurer would pick the policy back up?)

We have great examples of how well the government runs healthcare already, just ask a vet. Just look at the fraud in medicaid and medicare and how doctors are turning patients down who use it because it does cover the cost of the procedures.

Consider the doctors who are retiring due to not being able to afford the loss in wages. (would you continue your job if it cost you more money to work than to not)

Ask the lady who's very life is dependent upon the insurance coverage she had, thinks that ACA is better than sliced bread because it will lead to her demise.

Ask the people like me who are suffering what amounts to a pay cut due to higher insurance premiums do to Obamacare, we are in the millions.

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News Item12/27/13 1:50 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, only people who disagree with me, don't have a clue what they're talking about. Oh, I do have to toss this in, since Catholic Republicans are going to have to start re-organizing their economic views! The Francis factor: Pope’s economic ideas rattle GOP. This is of course mainly to repair the damage that has been done to this international crime organization, i.e., Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No.

As I said those of the Greedy Old Party, don't know what they are talking about when it comes to the ACA, Romneycare’s 98% Success Rate Defies Gripes on Obama Law As I said, the ACA is the greatest thing since slice bread, and the GOP should embrace it since they thought of it first! Republican Origins of Democratic Health Care Provision.

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News Item12/27/13 1:20 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
I shouldn't try this with a tablet again, but here it goes. Ups, you mean you considered the Civil War, civilized? Even we on the winning side, would hardly consider calling that. :snakehead: I'm just saying that any country in the 21st century. I didn't know that Australia, Israel, and I believe Japan, et cetera are considered "socialist" countries? :-D
Even as another thread point it out, we could go to a more government controlled health care system. I do believe that Romney care is working very well and a higher percentage then what you suggest, is possible even under what we now have, the old GOP care.but you're right, thanks to the Republicans who didn't expand Medicaid e.g. Nebraska and I believe Texas, a lot of people below the poverty line will have to pay probably more than 20 percent of their income to just get the ACA. sounds like we have to vote out a lot of Republicans this next election.
Respectfully as I can be, you haven't a clue what you're talking about.
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News Item12/27/13 12:31 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I shouldn't try this with a tablet again, but here it goes. Ups, you mean you considered the Civil War, civilized? Even we on the winning side, would hardly consider calling that. :snakehead: I'm just saying that any country in the 21st century. I didn't know that Australia, Israel, and I believe Japan, et cetera are considered "socialist" countries? :-D

Even as another thread point it out, we could go to a more government controlled health care system. I do believe that Romney care is working very well and a higher percentage then what you suggest, is possible even under what we now have, the old GOP care.but you're right, thanks to the Republicans who didn't expand Medicaid e.g. Nebraska and I believe Texas, a lot of people below the poverty line will have to pay probably more than 20 percent of their income to just get the ACA. sounds like we have to vote out a lot of Republicans this next election.

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News Item12/26/13 11:55 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
The Constitution was adopted on September 17, 1787, by the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and ratified by conventions in eleven States. It went into effect on March 4, 1789
(wiki)

I believe Jim is saying that for our first 226 years as a nation we were uncivilized.

"...: 30 million Americans will not have coverage under Obamacare, according to a new analysis in the journal Health Affairs."

"The Congressional Budget Office estimated over a year ago that between 26 million and 27 million Americans would not have insurance under the expansion."

http://tinyurl.com/kkklspq

Alas, it looks like we are still uncivilized

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News Item12/26/13 11:42 AM
DJC49 | Florida  Find all comments by DJC49
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Yes, universal healthcare is what expected from civilized societies.
Really?
Don't you mean from modern, secular, SOCIALIST societies?
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News Item12/24/13 4:58 PM
penned  Find all comments by penned
Marxism doesn't produce health, but it sure sounds good to hear it anyway, I guess.
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News Item12/24/13 2:20 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Yes, universal healthcare is what expected from civilized societies. Your Guide to the Health Care Law. By the way, this last day you can sign up to make sure your healthcare starts on January 1st Merry Christmas.

But as far as Frannie is concerned, q.v., Jesus Christ, Our One & Only High Priest and
Requirements of Every High Priest
, He got this big old mausoleum sitting up on this hill. He ought to spend some of the Romish church's ill-gotten gains and remodel it so there are a bunch of apartments for the homeless. Of course better he should give a lot of money over to the Salvation Army and they could get housing for the homeless a lot more efficiently.

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News Item12/24/13 2:15 PM
GsTexas | Texas  Find all comments by GsTexas
Anthony B. from Midwest writes: Sounds vaguely familiar doesn't it? Not trying to be insensitive but it sound a lot like Obama with his "everyone deserves the right to healthcare"...

Socialism sounds alike everywhere.

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News Item12/24/13 7:25 AM
Anthony B. | Midwest  Contact via emailFind all comments by Anthony B.
Sounds vaguely familiar doesn't it? Not trying to be insensitive but it sound a lot like Obama with his "everyone deserves the right to healthcare"...
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News Item12/24/13 7:23 AM
Anthony B. | Midwest  Contact via emailFind all comments by Anthony B.
Sounds vaguely familiar doesn't it?
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