Discussion in 'Politics' started by Stephanie, Aug 12, 2012.
get the word out on this people.they want to say Romney and Ryan will kill people
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This type of rhetoric will sure help Republicans get elected
Simpletons like Stephanie buy into it
no, what we need is ads showing someone pushing granny off the cliffs, or ads accusing someone of killing their wife..
OH WAIT...we already have those from the Obama and his party and simpletons like you SUPPORT AND APPLAUD them
And the American voters won't notice Obama's monster ego to poop on a system that worked to force his far more expensive and re-election, 2500+ page piece of crap "don't read just pass" Obamascare legislation.... because ....?
These attacks will be pretty easy to fend off. Whenever a rightwinger brings them up, the Obama camp simply has to ask seniors if they've been happy over the past few years experiencing the smallest increases in the Part B premium in Medicare's history. They need to ask if they've enjoyed paying less for their Medicare prescription drugs. They need to ask if they've taken advantage of the new Medicare benefits, like annual wellness visits.
The Republicans' attacks were easier in 2010, six months after health reform passed. Their lies that seniors were about to lose something could still seem plausible at that point.
But now seniors have gone through two (soon to be three) enrollment periods since health reform passed and they haven't lost anything, they've gained benefits, all while enjoying the fruits of historically low cost growth (e.g. in the form slowing premium growth). Reince is going to need to brush up on his Jedi mind tricks if he wants to somehow convince seniors they've lost something with respect to Medicare over the past 3 years. He's not up against the word of the Obama camp this time, he's up against the lived experience of America's seniors.
so now it's an attack to point out Obama took 700 billion from seniors to fund ObamaCare
you got that folks
Yeah, nice scare tactics.
Not gonna work.
The Centers for Medicare And Medicaid Services (CMS) released data showing that over 5.2 million seniors and people with disabilities have already saved nearly $4 billion on prescription drugs as a direct result of the Affordable Care Act.
Affordable Care Act now allows Medicare to provide all of these preventive screens without a deductible or co-payment.
.Bone mass measurement
.Cervical cancer screening, including Pap smear tests and pelvic exams
.Cholesterol and other cardiovascular screenings
.Colorectal cancer screening (except for barium enemas)
.Flu shot, pneumonia shot, and the hepatitis B shot
.HIV screening for people at increased risk or who ask for the test
.Medical nutrition therapy to help people manage diabetes or kidney disease
.Prostate cancer screening
No, the attack is that he has "blood on his hands." You must've seen it in the clip, you included the phrase in the thread's title.
Regardless, it's a rather desperate attack that won't comport with the benefits seniors have experienced over the last 3 years.
I don't care about the blood on their hands, I was talking about the money being taken..you can focus on whatever want
So you guys can continue with Romney killed my wife.
Democrats are low life 100% of the time.
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