If you dislike Mr. Cheney's policies or job performance, why don't you focus on them, rather than throw the usual crap on the wall to see if it sticks? It is not wrong to disagree with Mr. Cheney- or Mr. Obama. But it is wrong to attack either man's character with false- but incendiary- allegations.
As to Ms. Kelly, she is a real journalist, not the typical media 'lap dog'.
[-2] June 20, 2014 at 3:53am
Hey Cheney: Never, ever, ever, ever go into war without an exit strategy.
THAT IS THE TRUE LESSON OF IRAQ…
June 12, 2014 at 12:12am
The Tea Party is alive and well…
And the Democrats couldn’t be happier!!!!
May 2, 2014 at 8:32am
How about looking into the HUNDREDS of US contractors deaths by small arms firefights in Afghanistan and Iraq, first before we continue to beat the dead horse known as Benghazi
Oh wait, Obama wasn’t in office yet for the start of both wars, but he was when Benghazi happened..
Faith = is the assurded expectation of things hoped for, the evident demonstration of realities though not beheld. (Hebrew 11:1) True faith is not credulity, that is, a readiness to believe something without sound evidence or just because a person wants it to be so. Genuine faith requires basic or fundamental knowledge, acquaintance with evidence, as well as heartfelt appreciation of what the evidence indicates. Thus, knowledge, the Bible says that it is "with the heart" that one excercises faith. (Romans 10:10)
 April 14, 2014 at 6:52am
He was quite confident that Romney would win in a landslide, as well…
Here are some facts for you, the Koch Bros and Boonstra:
if the Koch brothers achieved what they’re trying to with this and other ads—repeal—then she would really become a victim. The protections she now has under this law—among others such as
1. to never be kicked off her health insurance plan,
2. to never have to worry about having health coverage because of her leukemia,
3. having her annual out of pocket expenses limited,
4. and never having to worry about reaching an annual or lifetime cap where her coverage is just cut off—
all of the above would be gone if the campaign she’s participating via the Koch Bros in succeeds. Which is, yes, insane.
Low information indeed..
If Boonstra is a victim, she’s the willing victim of the Koch brothers and AFP who would ultimately throw her to the wolves. But if she hates the law that much, fine, whatever. What she’s doing, though, jeopardizes every other cancer patient in the nation.
@Stab_friendly you're just regurgitating obamacare talking points all easily countered.
1,2, & 4. Yep, almost everybody now can get health INSURANCE and you can't be kicked off. But health insurance is NOT healthCARE... which is the exact problem the woman in this article is struggling to get, among millions of others in the same position due to the new law.
3. Limited annual expenses is far from a settled matter. First, only a small percentage of people are currently experiencing lower costs - mostly those who didn't have insurance before the new law. The masses, especially those who had health insurance before the new law, are paying considerably more for annual premiums and co-payments. Interestingly, my healthcare premiums went UP by exactly $2,500 this year when it supposedly was to go DOWN by that amount. And I am told I should feel LUCKY that it only went up by that amount. And the chatter has already started to expect more increases for next year.
The arguments for the law, such as yours, speak to the INTENTIONS of the law and yes, some of those intentions are good ones. Those critical of the law are speaking of the RESULTS and there are plenty of results, intended or not, that are hurting people. This all against the backdrop of a president and a congress who passed a non-partisan law they didn't read. The entire thing is a disaster and yet one more example of why 'we the people' need a LIMITED government.
Actually Stab's first point is untrue, there are documented cases (by the liberal media no less) where folks got covered by the ACA and then a few weeks later were kicked out of their plan.
Well, Stab_, I have to say that you are dead wrong in your claims. Let me give my experience:
1. We weren’t kicked off our current plan…but it went up almost $6000 for the year (yep-six THOUSAND dollars). So, while we weren’t kicked off…we all know that an extra $6k a year does the same thing. Nice try.
2. To never have to worry about health care coverage because of [disease] is also a load of BS. I have diabetes and my previous plan covered all of that. We already have laws in place that prevent denial of coverage due to pre-existing conditions, and my diabetes was covered BEFORE Obamacare.
3. Having the annual out-of-pocket expenses limited? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!! Increasing the out-of-pocket maximum by three times (What Obamacare did to us compared to our previous coverage) is as bad as having no limit!
4. Reaching the cap argument is BS as well, since we already have laws in place preventing insurance from dumping those who ‘reached their cap’. Giving credit to Obamacare for adding that provision is like giving credit to a vandal for painting a speed limit sign orange and saying they introduced the concept of a speed limit on the road.
Bottom line? ACA took the need for innovation from the insurance companies. If you don’t need to offer more to people, you don’t. Now that insurance companies can offer crap to consumers and they’re REQUIRED to buy it…why would anybody offer better service and better plans? Now we’re forced to buy crap or given hellish fines? Nice.