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conservative said...

Mr. Anthony Provancher wrote:

"Now, how did the whiners not believe health insurance cost would dramatically increase?"

That effect is only temporary. As more and more people come online, the downward pressure will be applied and costs will go down.

It took four years for it to happen in Massachusetts. It's going to take as long or longer for the nation to adapt to it.

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"That effect is only temporary."

So, he agrees with me about higher costs, but says it just temporary. Nice fairy tale, now tell us a western.

"As more and more people come online, the downward pressure will be applied and costs will go down."

Nice theory but only if there is less coverage and the Demoncrats will always oppose that.

"It took four years for it to happen in Massachusetts. It's going to take as long or longer for the nation to adapt to it."

But he used the word temporary, look for yourself and he says it will take longer than four years.

Well I certainly agree with his contradiction of himself.

September 1, 2014 at 2:55 p.m.
conservative said...

I can safely predict this will be a day of whining.

And who will do the whining?

Why those who wanted and voted for those Demoncrats who set up the ACA.

Now, how did the whiners not believe health insurance cost would dramatically increase?

They had to believe someone beside themselves would pay for their healthcare.

September 1, 2014 at 8:33 a.m.
conservative said...

Around 50 million on food stamps is one of the proofs that America is past the point of no return in my opinion.

It should never have gotten anywhere near that mind boggling number.

I always look at the check out to see who is using one of the cards and what they purchased.

Most are overweight, many are smokers and many buy high dollar meats and seafood.

And many have two separate purchases, you know, the one for their alcohol and tobacco which they cannot use their get free food card for.

In fairness to them many are likely not going to eat that $10.00 pound steak and shrimp but sell it to a friend or relative for spending cash! Sarcasm.

I like to find other taxpayers who notice this scam also. You know, the ones you make eye contact with and you both roll your eyes.

I try to make eye contact with the fraudsters also but I have found very few of them will look around.

And then I notice what they are driving and of course many have SUVs.

If you know people on food stamps, you know very few are truly needing them.

August 31, 2014 at 5:48 p.m.
conservative said...

inquiringmind

I seldom try to figure out what you are trying to say.

However. a couple sentences of your 3:50 seemed simple enough.

One was:

"The best way to create more jobs is to create more buying power by paying higher wages."

"Higher" is not an amount, it is ideology, like "fairness" and "living wage."

This wishful thing at someone else's expense is just wishful thinking at someone else's expense.

I could easily top that with "everyone should be happy and prosperous and healthy and not have to worry about their next pay check.

See how easy it is to be a Liberal.

Now that I have appealed to your emotions, do I have your vote?

August 31, 2014 at 4:47 p.m.
conservative said...

Mr Anthony Provancher said:

"What for? So you can harrass them? No thanks. You're not forthcoming with whom you are, what religious platform you adhere to, or where you attend church, so you don't get to discover that of mine."

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I have been telling you my Christian beliefs and doctrines for years!

Even more so the last couple of days.

Who are you trying to deceive?

I marvel at your brazen efforts to deceive.

August 30, 2014 at 6:06 p.m.
conservative said...

Mr. Anthony Provancher

You will not find one professing Christian church with a statement of belief on the internet, that agrees with your heresies.

August 30, 2014 at 5:44 p.m.
conservative said...

"Can you name for me even one, just one Christian church that would have you for a member, if you were to state to the congregation what you have said to me so far about these words above?"

What for? So you can harrass them? No thanks. You're not forthcoming with whom you are, what religious platform you adhere to, or where you attend church, so you don't get to discover that of mine.

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Mr. Anthony Provancher

I didn't ask for the name of the church that you say you attend.

I plainly asked you to name one Christian church or Christian Minister or Christian commentator that agrees with on.

August 30, 2014 at 5:31 p.m.
conservative said...

Jesus was God incarnate.

The Bible teaches that as I explained to you.

You reject the word of God as usual.

Again you can't name one Christian or one Church that agrees with your stated beliefs.

August 30, 2014 at 5:25 p.m.
conservative said...

alprova said....

"The Bible does not teach that any man is the "author" of Scripture as you stated."

For the love of God, you're not that flipping ignorant, are you? You know damn and well that every one of the Apostles were mortal men. They were not dieties.

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Mr. Anthony Provancher

The end result is that holy men of God per Scripture wrote what God wanted them to write.

You don't believe that is possible?

You don't believe that the God of heaven and earth could not move men to write his revelation to mankind?

It is very evident that you are the ignorant one.

August 30, 2014 at 5:19 p.m.
conservative said...

Mr. Anthony Provancher

"You use the words Son of God but you have a different meaning for those words than what Christians have for the words Son of God."

Sir, there are many Christians who agree with my stance that God was not Jesus and visa/versa.

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Not one!

You can't even name one.

August 30, 2014 at 5:12 p.m.
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