What are you doing with the remaining microseconds as they tick away?
Will your proposed replacement be Ram It & Cram It like everything else so far in this the longest 21 Days in American history? Ain't no what you derisively call cornered animals here. The bitten always bite back. This just may be an important stage towards universal coverage in as short as 6 years. Go gettum big game hunters!
Elizabeth Warren routinely behaves like an ass.
Mere matter of opinion, as a lot of us here on the Animal Planet like her spiel.
Matter of mere opinion.
I love it when she rails against the corporate dogs. Your ilk's smugness over her means no more than your not liking a piece of music I do. I can already see your ilk's crashing defeat within 2 short years. The people will mobilize against what you think is the right direction for the country. Any wars started will be ended, walls built will be torn down and your camp will be alone in an arctic tundra of rejection by many more voters next time than are with you in your sham freedom. We can be fed up too.
https://corporationsarenotpeople.com/Therefore they are dogs!She does get a lot full of hersels sometimes, so much so that it would be a shock if she would just shut up once, or limit her output to 140 characters.
The resistance is spreading, and will grow even stronger. Whether it is in conservative parts of the country or in progressive areas, the American people are fighting back and will not allow Trump and his Republican allies to destroy the Affordable Care Act, throw 20 million people off of health care, end patient protections and destroy Medicare. The American people are waking up. Republicans beware!--B. Sanders
Ah, so you do like the "A"CA. I kind of thought when push came to shove you'd give it a thumbs up.You are right about the "resistance" spreading. As I've said several times here recently, this country is in a state of civil war.See latest post about the shameful way the Freedom-Haters treated Secretary DeVos at a DC school today.
No, I don't like the ACA, but cramming its repeal up our posteriors is not the way to go either. Remember 6 years ago. That's where it first and foremost went wrong, it was rammed and crammed. Thus far all I see is ram and cram the repeal with no debate on alternatives. Yes it's laborious, yes it's excruciatingly boring, and boringly complicated, replete with uncertainties and guaranteed to step on considerable financial toes, a no no in economic freedom land, but the debate basically goes back to 2010. And we all know the price the Dems paid for misusing their majority.