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@ChasKy53 wrote:

 Of course they want voters to ignore this being in the Texas courts. Trump and the Republicans put Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court. The Republicans will appeal this to the Supreme Court in hope that the now right leaning Court will rule in their favor.


Kavanaugh is a Texan? Trump is a Texan? What are you talking about??


This topic is not just about Texas. Sorry you think that just because this is now in a Texas court it makes it just about Texas.


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It's always amusing watching the MAGATS trying to divert the actual topic. How dare people keep hammering home how Trump and his cronies in Congress have vowed to repeal the ACA, and along with it, pre-existing condition protections. There's a reason why we've not seen the GOP "replacement" bill - it's because it doesn't exist, and republicans do not have the political courage to craft and pass one.

It would be amusing to see how you would implement protections for previously existing conditions without going the Obama planned socialized medicine route.

 

And then there's the tired old line about "not accepting" that Trump is president. Sure, because the TEA Party was made up of people who accepted Obama as president. Part of the teaparty argument was debts and deficits, and they haven't decreased under Trump at all, so why are they so silent now?? Americans have the right to protest, and that fact that the MAGATS are always demanding those protesting Trump simply stop, proves how much they think of and value American freedoms.

The tired old line began with the Dems establishing the "Resistance" including the pussyhatters protestingTrump's actions before he was even sworn in. Any Tea Party comparison you'd like to be amused about?

 

Americans have the right to protest - do you approve of public harassment of people and their families. Any Tea Party comparison you's like to be amused about?

 

 


 

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It's always amusing watching the MAGATS trying to divert the actual topic. How dare people keep hammering home how Trump and his cronies in Congress have vowed to repeal the ACA, and along with it, pre-existing condition protections. There's a reason why we've not seen the GOP "replacement" bill - it's because it doesn't exist, and republicans do not have the political courage to craft and pass one.

 

And then there's the tired old line about "not accepting" that Trump is president. Sure, because the TEA Party was made up of people who accepted Obama as president. Part of the teaparty argument was debts and deficits, and they haven't decreased under Trump at all, so why are they so silent now?? Americans have the right to protest, and that fact that the MAGATS are always demanding those protesting Trump simply stop, proves how much they think of and value American freedoms.

 

 

http://www.politifact.com/personalities/donald-trump/statements/byruling/false/ (11 pages of lies and growing)
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@ChasKy53 wrote:

 Of course they want voters to ignore this being in the Texas courts. Trump and the Republicans put Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court. The Republicans will appeal this to the Supreme Court in hope that the now right leaning Court will rule in their favor.


Kavanaugh is a Texan? Trump is a Texan? What are you talking about??

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 Of course they want voters to ignore this being in the Texas courts. Trump and the Republicans put Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court. The Republicans will appeal this to the Supreme Court in hope that the now right leaning Court will rule in their favor.


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How many topics on the same subject are needed??


I agree, but from what I've observed here is there are too many posts on how to hate Pres. Trump instead of accepting he's our president (like many had to with Obama) and working to make our Country better.  They ignore the good things he's done and instead make up topics to spew more hatred.

 

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How many topics on the same subject are needed??


Not the same

 

One is about all the Republicans & Trump who claim they are trying to protect pre-existing conditions in healthcare plans while at the same time they are enjoined as plaintiffs in a specific law suit Azur vs Texas

 

The other one is about Trump & the Republicans running fraudulent campaign ads claiming they are trying to protect pre-existing conditions in healthcare plans when in reality they have tried to eliminate these protections by voting over 50 times in Congress to take them away from people in favor of Healthcare Insurance Company Profits

 

I agree the commanality of Trump & the GOP  lying repeatedly about this issue makes it confusing for some - but the posts are about different lies

 

One is about votes in Congess

 

The other is about law suits in Texas

 

 

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How many topics on the same subject are needed??

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In the final weeks of the 2018 midterm campaign

 

Trump has made a bold bet that he can portray the Republican Party as the one committed to protecting people with pre-existing conditions and the Democrats as opposed.

 

It is a politically audacious effort, one that reflects a larger attempt by GOP lawmakers to soften their approach to the Affordable Care Act, which virtually all of them have either pledged or voted to repeal. And it could very well work, save one stubborn point: it’s not rooted in reality.

 

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"You can’t spend eight years saying the sky is blue and then try to convince people it’s green," said Jared Leopold, communications director of the Democratic Governors Association.

 

“Look, Republicans are squirming about their healthcare records and you can smell the panicked sweat of GOP Senate candidates who are being confronted about their records of gutting coverage for preexisting conditions through the television,” David Bergstein, national press secretary for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee told The Daily Beast. “Republican Senate candidates have a record that they can’t defend.”

 

The problem is particularly pronounced for two Republican Senate candidates who also serve as the Attorneys General for their states. Josh Hawley, the attorney general of Missouri who is challenging incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) in an extremely close race and Patrick Morrisey, the attorney general of West Virginia who has trailed his opponent Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), both have their names signed to the Texas suit.

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Source - https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/4952179-Texas-vs-Azar.html

 

 

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