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    https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/wome...202117577.html

    Women's March cancels rally over concerns it would be 'overwhelmingly white'

  • #2
    Behold the rot that is eating the American left from the inside...

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    • #3
      Wow only in America would women’s rights shame itself on a lack of racial diversity. The amount of self loathing within the left will keep many people from shifting to their ranks; even though Trump should be provinding them with a golden opportunity.

      It’s almost like they just can’t help themselves. When these are the face of the opposition party along with trump in power it’s just sign that we’re f’d.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by rmsanger View Post
        Wow only in America would women’s rights shame itself on a lack of racial diversity. The amount of self loathing within the left will keep many people from shifting to their ranks; even though Trump should be provinding them with a golden opportunity.

        It’s almost like they just can’t help themselves. When these are the face of the opposition party along with trump in power it’s just sign that we’re f’d.

        That’s mr. & mrs universe in comparison to the **** stain in the WH.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by peacepipe View Post
          That’s mr. & mrs universe in comparison to the **** stain in the WH.
          I just see it as all bad... At least with Obama (I didn’t agree with his politics) was an effective leader. These two are not along with Trump.. Just a big **** show.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by rmsanger View Post
            I just see it as all bad... At least with Obama (I didn’t agree with his politics) was an effective leader. These two are not along with Trump.. Just a big **** show.
            Obama care doesn’t happen without pelosi. She’s hated by the right because she’s an effective leader in the House.
            If Pelosi were the republican house leader they would have passed a bill fully funding the wall within trumps first 3 months in office.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by peacepipe View Post
              Obama care doesn’t happen without pelosi. She’s hated by the right because she’s an effective leader in the House.
              If Pelosi were the republican house leader they would have passed a bill fully funding the wall within trumps first 3 months in office.
              I think most people in the real world were actually pretty disappointed/excited/surprised about how little Pelosi and Co delivered with unprecedented majorities after 2008.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
                I think most people in the real world were actually pretty disappointed/excited/surprised about how little Pelosi and Co delivered with unprecedented majorities after 2008.
                Most people in the real world like Obamacare. Pelosi delivered a whole lot, the house passed bill after bill unfortunately the senate didn’t have the votes to overcome a filibuster.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by peacepipe View Post
                  Most people in the real world like Obamacare. Pelosi delivered a whole lot, the house passed bill after bill unfortunately the senate didn’t have the votes to overcome a filibuster.
                  For all the fighting back and forth, it left the employer market intact and only dicked with health care on the small-scale individual fringes.

                  Exchange enrollment is much, much less than originally anticipated. Consisting mostly of people who had coverage before "reform."

                  It was an absolute drop in the bucket compared to the sweeping changes Democrats had spent years campaigning on.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
                    For all the fighting back and forth, it left the employer market intact and only dicked with health care on the small-scale individual fringes.

                    Exchange enrollment is much, much less than originally anticipated. Consisting mostly of people who had coverage before "reform."

                    It was an absolute drop in the bucket compared to the sweeping changes Democrats had spent years campaigning on.
                    Far better than what we had.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by peacepipe View Post
                      Far better than what we had.
                      And that socialist Obama and his Marxist comrades in Congress forbade the real fix, a form of single-payer.

                      Not even on the table.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by peacepipe View Post
                        Far better than what we had.
                        With the adverse selection/perverse incentive problems it introduced... not really.

                        Which is why the pools are much smaller and sicker (and thus more expensive) than anticipated.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
                          With the adverse selection/perverse incentive problems it introduced... not really.

                          Which is why the pools are much smaller and sicker (and thus more expensive) than anticipated.
                          What we had before was ****. Obama care wasn’t perfect but was far better then what we had prior.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by peacepipe View Post
                            What we had before was ****. Obama care wasn’t perfect but was far better then what we had prior.
                            Agree or disagree, it was a pretty minor accomplishment considering she commanded the kind of majority neither party has otherwise seen in either of our lifetimes.

                            Certainly wouldn't hold that up as some kind of advertisement of her bill-steering prowess.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
                              Agree or disagree, it was a pretty minor accomplishment considering she commanded the kind of majority neither party has otherwise seen in either of our lifetimes.

                              Certainly wouldn't hold that up as some kind of advertisement of her bill-steering prowess.
                              Not small at all. You obviously would like to give it that perception. 40 Democrats voted against it, so it was never about how big a majority Pelosi had.

                              Without Pelosi, Obama care would’ve died in the house. It was a major accomplishment that ACA got signed into law.

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