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Where to invade next by Michael Moore
« on: May 18, 2016, 06:09:41 PM »
Recommended. Just goes to show how we the American people have been fleeced---that expensive college, healthcare we are forced to buy anyways, and our rehabilitation system, our infrastructure, and many other things are out right shameful. For those who think it's truly the best-- well just watch this film.

I'm voting Bernie for now
« Last Edit: May 18, 2016, 07:29:19 PM by mrpercentage »
absolute truth... prison guard that has seen shanks does not makes 45k a year managing bullshit tech that was outsourced for what?.... cheaper tech and less taxes... probably

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Re: Where to invade next by Michael Moore
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2016, 11:39:30 AM »
You clearly don't get it

I'll give you a hint

It's a comedy

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Re: Where to invade next by Michael Moore
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2016, 06:22:58 PM »
You clearly don't get it

I'll give you a hint

It's a comedy

Did you watch it?
absolute truth... prison guard that has seen shanks does not makes 45k a year managing bullshit tech that was outsourced for what?.... cheaper tech and less taxes... probably

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Re: Where to invade next by Michael Moore
« Reply #3 on: May 19, 2016, 06:25:02 PM »
Satire is usually an exaggerated expression of truth. Also comedy. Are you sure you get it?
absolute truth... prison guard that has seen shanks does not makes 45k a year managing bullshit tech that was outsourced for what?.... cheaper tech and less taxes... probably

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Re: Where to invade next by Michael Moore
« Reply #4 on: May 23, 2016, 01:36:16 PM »
Recommended. Just goes to show how we the American people have been fleeced---that expensive college, healthcare we are forced to buy anyways, and our rehabilitation system, our infrastructure, and many other things are out right shameful. For those who think it's truly the best-- well just watch this film.

I'm voting Bernie for now

   Ya, good thinking, if you think that stuff is expensive now, just wait until you get
government paying the bill.
 I'll start with healthcare, in 2012 the first year the ACA rules started I got an 18.4%
increase, second year 2013, a 19.2% increase, 2014 21.0% increase. My private policy family premium is about $8,700 now, For an ACA policy of similar coverage although with higher deductible, is over $16,000. That free stuff is very expensive.
 I can't understand all these college kids liking Bernie, the college educate are going to be paying largest portion of the tax bill. They just don't realize what they are doing to themselves. They will be part of the 50% that actually pay federal income taxes.

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Re: Where to invade next by Michael Moore
« Reply #5 on: May 23, 2016, 02:07:20 PM »
   Ya, good thinking, if you think that stuff is expensive now, just wait until you get
government paying the bill.
 I'll start with healthcare, in 2012 the first year the ACA rules started I got an 18.4%
increase, second year 2013, a 19.2% increase, 2014 21.0% increase. My private policy family premium is about $8,700 now, For an ACA policy of similar coverage although with higher deductible, is over $16,000. That free stuff is very expensive.
 I can't understand all these college kids liking Bernie, the college educate are going to be paying largest portion of the tax bill. They just don't realize what they are doing to themselves. They will be part of the 50% that actually pay federal income taxes.

The ACA is not universal healthcare, it is just another fleecing of the people by large insurance corporations.

I tend to disregard anyone's opinion when they throw around the term "free stuff". It really show that you are the one that doesn't understand what you are talking about, instead choosing to use sound bites you got from the media.
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Re: Where to invade next by Michael Moore
« Reply #6 on: May 23, 2016, 02:32:48 PM »
   Ya, good thinking, if you think that stuff is expensive now, just wait until you get
government paying the bill.
 I'll start with healthcare, in 2012 the first year the ACA rules started I got an 18.4%
increase, second year 2013, a 19.2% increase, 2014 21.0% increase. My private policy family premium is about $8,700 now, For an ACA policy of similar coverage although with higher deductible, is over $16,000. That free stuff is very expensive.
 I can't understand all these college kids liking Bernie, the college educate are going to be paying largest portion of the tax bill. They just don't realize what they are doing to themselves. They will be part of the 50% that actually pay federal income taxes.

The ACA is not universal healthcare, it is just another fleecing of the people by large insurance corporations.

I tend to disregard anyone's opinion when they throw around the term "free stuff". It really show that you are the one that doesn't understand what you are talking about, instead choosing to use sound bites you got from the media.
Usually when I see free stuff, I say, it's not free, it's paid for by the labor of hardworking taxpayers.
 Re: the insurance companies, have you noticed some are dropping out, it's not because they are making to much money.

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Re: Where to invade next by Michael Moore
« Reply #7 on: May 23, 2016, 03:35:00 PM »

Usually when I see free stuff, I say, it's not free, it's paid for by the labor of hardworking taxpayers.
 Re: the insurance companies, have you noticed some are dropping out, it's not because they are making to much money.
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I didn't see anyone mention free stuff except you. You really think the posters here are dumb enough to think stuff is free?
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Re: Where to invade next by Michael Moore
« Reply #8 on: May 23, 2016, 05:09:15 PM »
Im not a college kid. Im a 37 year old middle class veteran
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absolute truth... prison guard that has seen shanks does not makes 45k a year managing bullshit tech that was outsourced for what?.... cheaper tech and less taxes... probably

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Re: Where to invade next by Michael Moore
« Reply #9 on: June 29, 2016, 09:16:27 PM »
Not generally a Michael Moore fan but I did really like Where To Invade Next. Satire or not, the ideas he "stole" really did originate in the US and they've been whittled away ever since by companies solely concerned with the quarter's numbers. It is shameful.
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