GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion

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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion : Well. clearly you need to go back and read the law with regards to Obamacare and birth control. Obamacare established minimum preventative care coverage for private health insurance companies. That means that when a woman purchases private health coverage..preventative services such as birth control are covered in full. Your tax dollars are not paying for my birth control you clown. My premium payments to my insurance company are paying for them. Also, you need to work on your reading comprehension skills. I did not state that Akin spoke for all republicans..I said he spoke for the worst of them..you know the crazies who believe we should go back to the 1950's.  He clearly speaks for republicans in MO...after all..he was their nominee.
    Posted by miscricket[/QUOTE] 

    And how about the current uninsured?

    Those 30 million or so who will now be covered by Obamacare. Who pays for their birth control under Obamacare?

    Let me tell you who does the American taxpayer.


     
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    The title of the thread is still a propos.  Republicans are working very hard to clarify their position.  That they have to is still the point.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion : Well. clearly you need to go back and read the law with regards to Obamacare and birth control. Obamacare established minimum preventative care coverage for private health insurance companies. That means that when a woman purchases private health coverage..preventative services such as birth control are covered in full. Your tax dollars are not paying for my birth control you clown. My premium payments to my insurance company are paying for them. Also, you need to work on your reading comprehension skills. I did not state that Akin spoke for all republicans..I said he spoke for the worst of them..you know the crazies who believe we should go back to the 1950's.  He clearly speaks for republicans in MO...after all..he was their nominee.
    Posted by miscricket[/QUOTE]

    Akin speaks for himself no one else.

    Do you think he would have had a majority of the primary vote if he had spoken those assinine comments befor the vote?

    You're the one who seems to have a comprehension problem and lack of common sense.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion : Where is the lie?  The social agenda of Republicans is clearly established in writing.  Akin has a stupid sense of biology, but he follows the established anti-abortion stance of his party. They want a fetus to have due process rights.  That means no exceptions for a ban of abortion (except perhaps life of the mother). So where's the lie? There is certainly spin on this. But no lies. That would be a lie. By you. And the disgust for this clown is real and almost universal.  And to think he serves on the Science, Space and Technolgy Committee. But then, the Republicans find science often inconvenient for their views.
    Posted by Reubenhop[/QUOTE]

    The price of a gallon of gas for this date in history at an all time high yet the topic of discussion is a politician who made comments rendering him un-electable in November in any state in the union.

    A year from today no one will remember his name he will be a nobody in short time..

    Your attempts to beat the drum to link him as a de facto spokesman for the GOP are lame and comical.

    The reality of this upcoming election is that Obama has no job plan and none to reign in umemployment as the economy is in the toilet.

     
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion : Thou protesteth too much.  You probably didn't have to throw that variety of stuff at the wall.  But please, keep this up. But think about it.  Wouldn't it be better to let her keep the $15 of value to get her vote back, so she would again start to think of these issues that are important to you ?  The Republican Establishment is spending vast multiples of that on her for the same purpose.  Well, maybe not for the same purpose, but to get her to think about your issues instead of this one.
    Posted by Firewind[/QUOTE]

    I don't want her vote and seriously doubt the Republicans do.

    If anyone in my family needs birth control they can certainly well afford to go and purchase it themselves.

    We don't need the Govt. to be our nanny state cradle to grave.

    We need our Govt. to get the hell out of the way so we can go to work.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion : Why should the topic of discussion be the price of a gallon of gas, instead? World markets set the price of gas, not the American President, chants of "USA USA USA" notwithstanding. But I'm sure you knew that?
    Posted by WhatDoYouWantNow[/QUOTE]

    Maybe you don't know that the media determines what the talking points will be for the upcoming election.

    And possibly also don't know that Obama has gone to sleep on the development of domestic energy he is never mentioned by the media when the high price of gasoline is.

    When Bush was President when oil prices rose it was his fault, he and Cheney had hatched an evil plan to enrich all their friends, now Obama is President and it's the fault of the world market.

    That Obama and his EPA have attempted to shut down the domestic coal industry which provides 40 percent of nation's electricity or that he has basically shut down permits for oil exploration both on and off shore.

    That Red China is exploring for Oil in the Gulf a short distance where Obama has declared off bounds for American exploration.

    Of course none of these are important issues, the media would rather cover talk about Romney's tax returns..
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion : Do your own research.  You know full well there are laws being sought and passed annually on the subject.  Indeed, you support the efforts.
    Posted by Reubenhop[/QUOTE]


    Yet again, you throw out a charge you are not able to back up.

    This is turning out to be a pattern for you.
     
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    Did you people not see that the republican platform includes a constitutional amendment banning abortions for any reason?
     
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    More from the nutty right wing.

    Rep. Steve King: I’ve Never Heard Of A Girl Getting Pregnant From Statutory Rape Or Incest

    http://2012.talkingpointsmemo.com/2012/08/steve-king-statutory-rape.php

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion : Bush and Obama did cause some minor shocks to oil prices with the involvements in Iraq and Libya, but that is temporary and not terribly significant given the size of the world market, and the ability of producers to quickly ramp up production. That some idiots might have blamed Bush for high oil prices does not excuse blaming Obama for the same, or explain why the price of oil should be a topic of debate in a Presidential election. And....are you sure Obama hasn't done much to allow exploration of domestic production? My recollection is that accused liberals on BDC pointed out articles evidencing that the order Obama issued post-Horizon was temporary and limited,  while he made room for more expansion than under Bush. Also there was this Republican-manufactured fiasco about a pipeline. Obama said "not before X," so Republicans demanded before-X and urinated on themselves in rage when, as promised a few minutes before, Obama said no. As for Romney's tax returns, don't you think that if a politician says that giving more tax cuts to rich people will create jobs, it provides more data on that point to see whether he in fact created more jobs when his taxes were lowest? It's one more data point. The math doesn't make sense. When you're talking about people that rich, there is no reason to think they'll spend more just because they end up with another mil in the pocket from tax cuts. As for small business..... The only way a tax cut for people or businesses "creates jobs" and thereby helps the economy is: 1. Demand exists for more products than the small business can produce.    2. The small business requires at least one more employee to meet that demand.    3. The small business is so stretched that it cannot even borrow money to meet payroll for that employee, until the demand is met and the business becomes profitable.    4. Workers suitable for producing the given product exist; AND    5. The size of the tax cut covers the missing money required to pay for this additional employee. Just how many small businesses are in that precise position in this economy?
    Posted by WhatDoYouWantNow[/QUOTE]


    Republican manufactured issue with the pipeline?

    You live in a vacuum apparently.

    Obama vetoed the international link of the Keystone XL pipeline bowing to pressure from the evironmentalist left much to the consternation of construction unions because of the thousand of jobs that were lost because of it.

    Obama has been asleep at the wheel when it comes to the development of domestic energy despite the oil boom in N. Dakota that is taking place on private lands and from wells approved by the Bush and Clinton administrations.

    You can't fill all the job wanteds in N. Dakota.

    We are the richest country in the world because of our deposits of shale oil, coal and natural gas but more than likely will not see it come to fruition until Obama is gone.

    Two identical bills have languished in the house and senate since 2008 attempting to promote the use of domesticated liquified natural gas by the nations truck industries which Obama has ignored in lieue of a green agenda.
     
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    [QUOTE]More from the nutty right wing. Rep. Steve King: I’ve Never Heard Of A Girl Getting Pregnant From Statutory Rape Or Incest http://2012.talkingpointsmemo.com/2012/08/steve-king-statutory-rape.php
    Posted by beKool[/QUOTE]


    And has what to do with Romney v Obama?
     
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    "Two identical bills have languished in the house and senate since 2008 attempting to promote the use of domesticated liquified natural gas by the nations truck industries which Obama has ignored in lieue of a green agenda. "

    This is a bill to subsidize the conversion of the trucking industry to Natural Gas.  It's being blocked by the oil companies.

    The XL Pipeline is a planet killer.  It's kind of like smoking - the one good think about smoking is you don't have to save for retirement.  The one good thing about the XL pipeling is we won't hae to worry about handing future generations a huge national debt.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion : Bush and Obama did cause some minor shocks to oil prices with the involvements in Iraq and Libya, but that is temporary and not terribly significant given the size of the world market, and the ability of producers to quickly ramp up production. That some idiots might have blamed Bush for high oil prices does not excuse blaming Obama for the same, or explain why the price of oil should be a topic of debate in a Presidential election. And....are you sure Obama hasn't done much to allow exploration of domestic production? My recollection is that accused liberals on BDC pointed out articles evidencing that the order Obama issued post-Horizon was temporary and limited,  while he made room for more expansion than under Bush. Also there was this Republican-manufactured fiasco about a pipeline. Obama said "not before X," so Republicans demanded before-X and urinated on themselves in rage when, as promised a few minutes before, Obama said no. As for Romney's tax returns, don't you think that if a politician says that giving more tax cuts to rich people will create jobs, it provides more data on that point to see whether he in fact created more jobs when his taxes were lowest? It's one more data point. The math doesn't make sense. When you're talking about people that rich, there is no reason to think they'll spend more just because they end up with another mil in the pocket from tax cuts. As for small business..... The only way a tax cut for people or businesses "creates jobs" and thereby helps the economy is: 1. Demand exists for more products than the small business can produce.    2. The small business requires at least one more employee to meet that demand.    3. The small business is so stretched that it cannot even borrow money to meet payroll for that employee, until the demand is met and the business becomes profitable.    4. Workers suitable for producing the given product exist; AND    5. The size of the tax cut covers the missing money required to pay for this additional employee. Just how many small businesses are in that precise position in this economy?
    Posted by WhatDoYouWantNow[/QUOTE]

    Btw Obama has been deceitful in taking credit for the fact natural gas and oil production are at their highest point in years.

    The reason for the high levels of production is the new technology used in hydrofracking in Texas, and N. Dakota but all the current wells in productivity were approved during the Bush and Clinton years as it takes ten years to develope a productive well after issued a permit.

    The permit process though is now at it's lowest level in 20 years as Obama would like to wean the nation off fossil fuels..

    That Obama takes credit for the high level of production knowing that it is taking place despite him is an example of what a liar this man actually is.
     
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    [QUOTE]"Two identical bills have languished in the house and senate since 2008 attempting to promote the use of domesticated liquified natural gas by the nations truck industries which Obama has ignored in lieue of a green agenda. " This is a bill to subsidize the conversion of the trucking industry to Natural Gas.  It's being blocked by the oil companies. The XL Pipeline is a planet killer.  It's kind of like smoking - the one good think about smoking is you don't have to save for retirement.  The one good thing about the XL pipeling is we won't hae to worry about handing future generations a huge national debt.
    Posted by DirtyWaterLover[/QUOTE]

    So you're are saying that the oil companies paid off Pelosi and Reid not to bring the bills up for a vote?

    Boone Pickens who supports both bills was on Jim Cramer's show recently complaining about the politics holding up both bills, it will happen eventually but not while Obama is at the helm.

    Importing Oil from Canada in a pipeline built by Americans v buying middle east oil from people who want to destroy us.

    How can it be bad for the country?

    Oil is what has made this nation the great country that it is today, oil is what has given a standard of living and a way of life unequaled on the planet, I'm all for green energy but it isn't there yet, until it is it will be oil that gets an airplane off the ground not wind or solar.
     
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    [QUOTE]"Two identical bills have languished in the house and senate since 2008 attempting to promote the use of domesticated liquified natural gas by the nations truck industries which Obama has ignored in lieue of a green agenda. " This is a bill to subsidize the conversion of the trucking industry to Natural Gas.  It's being blocked by the oil companies. The XL Pipeline is a planet killer.  It's kind of like smoking - the one good think about smoking is you don't have to save for retirement.  The one good thing about the XL pipeling is we won't hae to worry about handing future generations a huge national debt.
    Posted by DirtyWaterLover[/QUOTE]


    Yes Domestic natural gas being blocked by the evil oil companies not by the messiah who is wasting billions of stimulus tax dollars borrowed from red china on floundering bankrupt green energy companies.

    Tesla the latest to go belly up.
     
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    Oh well, I guess I'll have to wait for Audi or Toyota to come out with a high end, high performance car.  That's right, both entered the 24 hours of Le mans with hybrids and I believe Audi won the event with a hybrid.

    Darn that useless green technology.

    Don't look now, but Toyota's stock is at 80.  It was 63 at the beginning or the year.  And have you seen the Lexus CT?  yeah, that'll never sell.

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion : Yes Domestic natural gas being blocked by the evil oil companies not by the messiah who is wasting billions of stimulus tax dollars borrowed from red china on floundering bankrupt green energy companies. Tesla the latest to go belly up.
    Posted by ThatWasMe[/QUOTE]

    Tesla, a high end luxury independant car maker going under in a tough economy. Im so NOT shocked! And I don't even have a business degree!

    A stipulation on owning a Tesla , if it ever breaks down (incl a flat tire) you must fly in a team of Tesla engineers (at your expense, of course) to resolve the problem. Including room and board for as long as it takes. Including paying the shipping of the product back to the factory.

    Good business model if your customer is the Prince of Saudi Arabia.   

     
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    [QUOTE]Oh well, I guess I'll have to wait for Audi or Toyota to come out with a high end, high performance car.  That's right, both entered the 24 hours of Le mans with hybrids and I believe Audi won the event with a hybrid. Darn that useless green technology. Don't look now, but Toyota's stock is at 80.  It was 63 at the beginning or the year.  And have you seen the Lexus CT?  yeah, that'll never sell.
    Posted by DirtyWaterLover[/QUOTE]

    Talk to me when you get a hybrid AC130 gunship off the ground.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion : Tesla, a high end luxury independant car maker going under in a tough economy. Im so NOT shocked! And I don't even have a business degree! A stipulation on owning a Tesla , if it ever breaks down (incl a flat tire) you must fly in a team of Tesla engineers (at your expense, of course) to resolve the problem. Including room and board for as long as it takes. Including paying the shipping of the product back to the factory. Good business model if your customer is the Prince of Saudi Arabia.   
    Posted by BilltheKat[/QUOTE]

    And obviously not a good place to speculate US tax dollars.
     
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    [QUOTE]Oh well, I guess I'll have to wait for Audi or Toyota to come out with a high end, high performance car.  That's right, both entered the 24 hours of Le mans with hybrids and I believe Audi won the event with a hybrid. Darn that useless green technology. Don't look now, but Toyota's stock is at 80.  It was 63 at the beginning or the year.  And have you seen the Lexus CT?  yeah, that'll never sell.
    Posted by DirtyWaterLover[/QUOTE]

    The oil industry employs 8 million Americans, how many do you suppose Obama has put to work the past three years in green energy using US Tax dollars?
     
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    Of course this all has not much to do with the GOPs take on rape and abortion. 
     
    Funny how the game "telephone" has evolved.

     

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