Do you seriously think that those words (the ones Obama spoke) promised "transformative" change? I don't.
The other bloviators you quote may have talked about it, but i don't think any of them were connected to the campaign.
It's just amazing to me that those people who CLAIM to have paying attention during the election season are now SHOCKED that obama is a centrist democrat.
Frankly, I'm astounded.
Of course, as many here would attest, I am "naive" as I've only been voting for 23 years, and aware of politics for roughly thirty-two years.
Was Obama promising "transformative" change? I certainly didn't perceive that.
We've done plenty so far, as you have been REPEATEDLY shown.
The nice thing is that If I were to copy the list here you'd disappear.
The truth is sort of like raid for internet trolls.
Houston went for Obama in the primary, though I don't know what the split was.
Houston has a HUGE LGBT community, and lots of students. I could see that a very low turnout election could put gays and young people and liberals at 50% +1
I am so darn sick of the Taibibi/Jerome/Bartcop/Kucinich klatch, I could just wretch.
Get on board the reform train, or join the Nader/Kucinich/Paul detritus.
In other words: Take a flying leap at a rolling donut, dudes, cause you're never going to get on board...
No...it isn't. Uninsured are a huge cost driver. This is a method to prevent that from being as problematic as it currently is.
Uninsured people are a HUGE cost driver.
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