Cost of war, cost of healthcare

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    COST OF WAR, COST OF HEALTHCARE

    We go to wars no matter the cost. We continue wars no matter the cost. No one says we cannot go to war, in Afghanistan or Iraq, because it cost too much or how we are going to pay and pay for it. Did Vietnam work? Is Afghanistan and Iraq going to work? We just do it.
    Healthcare for every American is 60 years passed due and we need to do it no matter the cost, who it will cost or how it is paid for. We just do it.

    Just like war, healthcare is matter of security. Who wanted war? Who wants healthcare for all? We gave the people war and we should just give the people healthcare.

    If we are so frickin broke, how are we financing two wars, giving enormous of money to Pakistan and Mexico. Are they working?

    BEG, BORROW OR STEAL, SAME WAY WE FINANCE WAR,
    JUST DO IT OBAMA.
     
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    The priorities of the puppet masters of the USA are to dominate the world and gain control over its resources, not to give succor to the American people.
     
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    Don't worry LOL, soon America will be filled with weak minded people who are too scared to defend themselves and the wars will stop but then the occupations will begin.
    But of course by then the economy will be so weak that 100% taxation couldn't fund your Liberal Utopian dreams.
     
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    You will not solve anything until you solve the law suit abuse, TORT Reform is the first step, every single business will benefit, when business benefits so do all social classes, it is called growth.....California is a perfect example of what happens when government tries to control too much.......
     
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    Gov. Arnold sure did screw up.
     
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    California is the eighth or ninth largest economy on the planet. They must be on to something....

    Growth doesn't seem to be an issue.:cuckoo:
     
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    but they are bankrupt, are they not?
     
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    :lol: You talk about wars being too costly (which they are) and then say we need Healthcare for every American "no matter the cost, who it will cost or how it is paid for."

    Funniest post today! :lol:
     
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    No. They have a deficit of what amounts to less than .5 percent of their GDP.
     
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    You sound like Dick Cheney.
     

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