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    RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

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    I've always maintained that the current crop of Republicons behaves like a bunch of petulant children.
    The following article will not change my opinion:

    http://news.yahoo.com/rnc-threat-net...010506301.html

    Reince Priebus, the RNC chairman, warned CNN and NBC that if they don't cancel plans
    for programs on Hillary Clinton they could lose out on GOP primary debate coverage.

    Is the RNC depriving NBC and CNN of their majestic presence or are the doing the networks a favor?

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    if this was airing in an election year and if Hillary was definitely running, this would fall under equal-time election regulations.

    but given that this isn't airing in a presidential election year and Hillary has not announced a candidacy, I don't see the issue.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Reince needs a big dick in his tight ass--maybe that will relax him.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Typical RNC: Ready, Fire, Aim.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    The networks seldom pretend not to be biased for Democrats. They profit from the cheap production and high viewership of the debates, while actively promoting the Democrat candidates, and the moderators usually end up being biased, e.g. Cathy Crowley. Their plan to begin running Hillary programs represents a new low. They are right to make the threat, but in the end, it will be decided by the candidate.

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    The networks seldom pretend not to be biased for Democrats. They profit from the cheap production and high viewership of the debates, while actively promoting the Democrat candidates, and the moderators usually end up being biased, e.g. Cathy Crowley. Their plan to begin running Hillary programs represents a new low. They are right to make the threat, but in the end, it will be decided by the candidate.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Quote Originally Posted by darden View Post
    if this was airing in an election year and if Hillary was definitely running, this would fall under equal-time election regulations.

    but given that this isn't airing in a presidential election year and Hillary has not announced a candidacy, I don't see the issue.
    Agreed.

    Hillary Clinton is a fascinating person who has accomplished a great deal in her life. Her story is the kind of thing people want to hear about. It therefore makes for great television.

    Republicans are complaining about acknowledging her life when no election is imminent, it is not clear whether or not she intends to run for office again, and it is not even clear how these TV programs will present her.

    I have been a little surprised at how frightened Republicans are concerning Mrs. Clinton. They seem to believe she will be our next president. She didn't even win the last Democratic primary.
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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    We were talking about it last night. Isn't this a form of censorship? Hillary is a historical figure and probably one of the strongest, most fascinating people in the world. What does making a documentary or movies about her have to do with the elections or the Republican party? This is just the kind of nonsense that makes our country look so stupid in the eyes of so many. I hope that neither network changes their plans, to do so would be a terrible blow to our freedom of speech. Politicians do not have the right to tell anyone what they can put on television or any type of media.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    freedom of speech doesn't necessarily mean freedom from consequences.

    I think it would be stupid and self-destructive of the GOP to refuse to allow NBC to air their primary debates because of the Hillary miniseries, but it's not censorship.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Of course it's censorship. It's also all bark and no bite. There is NO way the Republicans will miss the opportunity to participate in a nationally televised debate. It's laughable bully tactics that will fall flat on their face.
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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    It absolutely is not censorship. The GOP is not a government and has no power to stop the programs. It is threatening to exercise its own freedom of speech not to debate in consequence. There is no room for doubt that the programs are intended to promote her election in 2016. Whether it succeeds or not, it has the beneficial effect of exposing the programs as naked partisan propaganda. It discredits the objectivity of the programs, and will cause many to resent it. Beyond that, it destroys any tiny vestige remaing of a plausible claim by the media to being objective, unbiased or non partisan. The media probably will go forward, but they have much to lose, not only in revenue but in loss of credibility. Hillary, as well, has much to lose. Much of the good publicity she might have hoped for is being eroded by the blatant partisanship, masquerading as a "documentary".

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Blah Blah Blah. Translation - "we are all scared shitless of the most prominent female politician of our times, and we know we stand ZERO chance of winning anything if she runs, so we're gonna flex muscles and bully networks into pretending she doesn't exist". There is nothing partisan about it. If the Republicans had any relevant politicians doing any relevant work for this country, they'd have their documentaries shown too. Alas, it's been decades since the last one. This attempt at a smear campaign against the mainstream media simply for exposing the irrelevance of Republican politics and their disintegration into self-contradiction and obscurity is just another flailing twitch. And really, with FOX NEWS behind you, who the F are you to accuse anyone of partisanship?

    And again - they will NOT exercise their "freedom of speech" not to debate because that will be political suicide and they know it.
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    It's typical gop hypocrisy ---unless you are fox propaganda communist style news---you are crying the networks are biased---it's a joke as the right wing media can not be objective about anything---the left wing media can ----I have NEVER heard a negative thing about any moron republican on fox but hear negative things all the time on CNN and MSNBC. It's a joke.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    First off you and your party support voter suppression but as the wise man you chose not speak out on the issue. Now you seek censorship of the networks over a show. If it were on Fox you would be praising Fox. Each day I count myself that I am no longer a Republican since 1980. This is not the party I knew of the past . Keep up the good work as you try to win new voters.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    it's funny that they want NBC and CNN to stop documentaries/shows on Hillary, yet- have no problem with Fox running a 20 year/ongoing anti Hillary documentary.....

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    GOP doesn't want to air primary debates- that's what destroyed them in 2012- the clown show was too hard to come back from- can you imagine the lunacy of those debates with Cruz and Paul????
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    The RNC made a bad call on this one. It would have been better to wait for the documentaries to air, then debate/attack what was shown. Making a threat makes one wonder what the RNC is scared of? It shows a lack of strength and above all, no confidence.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Sounds like they're proposing to do a public service: if those networks can't cover the GOP convention, that means there will be more choice on the tube!

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    So now they want to limit their exposure, and keep their message from getting out, huh?

    This is indeed the Party Of Stupid.
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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Great news! No one wants to hear this "GOP primary debate coverage" anyway so sneering troll Reince is doing everyone a favor.

    But I confess I want to hear them tell voters they're not witches and forget which departments they want to close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyBob View Post
    But I confess I want to hear them tell voters they're not witches and forget which departments they want to close.

    I want to hear them cheer on the death of 20 year olds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thynight View Post
    I want to hear them cheer on the death of 20 year olds.
    And also shout booooo at soldiers.

    Fucking republicans. They hate America.





    I hope they televise them. Repugnant party.
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    I hope they televise them. Repugnant party.
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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Quote Originally Posted by Thynight View Post
    I want to hear them cheer on the death of 20 year olds.
    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyBob View Post
    And also shout booooo at soldiers.

    Fucking republicans. They hate America.
    I agree entirely, but you guys forgot cheering about Governor Rick Perry overseeing 234 executions of prisoners, the most of any Governor in any U. S. state. THAT made me just about puke. September 7, 2011 seems like yesterday to me.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Quote Originally Posted by Benvolio View Post
    It absolutely is not censorship. The GOP is not a government and has no power to stop the programs. It is threatening to exercise its own freedom of speech not to debate in consequence. There is no room for doubt that the programs are intended to promote her election in 2016. Whether it succeeds or not, it has the beneficial effect of exposing the programs as naked partisan propaganda. It discredits the objectivity of the programs, and will cause many to resent it. Beyond that, it destroys any tiny vestige remaing of a plausible claim by the media to being objective, unbiased or non partisan. The media probably will go forward, but they have much to lose, not only in revenue but in loss of credibility. Hillary, as well, has much to lose. Much of the good publicity she might have hoped for is being eroded by the blatant partisanship, masquerading as a "documentary".
    It doesn't have to be a government to be censorship. Most of us on this site exercise self censorship almost daily. Any body can be a censor if they have the ability to limit what you can and cannot see or say. This is a thinly veiled attempt at censorship. What I find particularly funny, is it is so one sided. I have never heard, even during the last campaign season, anyone complaining about what Fox airs. Evidently, it is only the republicans who are being hurt by these planned programs. And the media has not been non-partisan for a long time. Hillary Clinton has done a lot of good things. Making a documentary about the things she has done is not partisan politics. It is actually probably the only thing worth watching on network television.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Well, they've done it.

    The RNC has voted to exclude CNN and NBC from the Republican primary debates.

    It's a non-binding resolution, so we'll see if they actually follow through. I'm doubtful that they are really serious about this.

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    Rancid Prepuce really is an idiot.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Quote Originally Posted by T-Rexx View Post
    Well, they've done it.

    The RNC has voted to exclude CNN and NBC from the Republican primary debates.

    It's a non-binding resolution, so we'll see if they actually follow through. I'm doubtful that they are really serious about this.
    honestly, though, does it really matter?

    even if CNN/NBC aren't allowed to air the live debates, the other networks still will and I'm sure they'll be able to use snippets to cover the debates after the fact.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    I forget what news program I was watching the other night, but the commentator said something that I think was exactly right. He said CNN or NBC will schedule a debate, the candidates trailing the pack will accept to get the exposure, which will lead the others to accept.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Quote Originally Posted by darden View Post
    honestly, though, does it really matter?

    even if CNN/NBC aren't allowed to air the live debates, the other networks still will and I'm sure they'll be able to use snippets to cover the debates after the fact.
    Yeah, it matters.

    Not to NBC and CNN, of course, but to the Republican Party.

    This will likely hurt them. They already have a reputation as the party of stupid, and they will further cement that reputation with behavior like this.

    Shutting out networks over some temper tantrum, threatening to shut down the government over Obamacare, threatening to shut down the government over the debt ceiling, pointlessly voting >40 times to repeal Obamacare, imposing medically senseless impediments to abortion, making voting a difficult task for Democrats, and hating on gays at every opportunity does not endear the GOP to American voters. The party has made enemies of women, blacks, immigrants, and gays. The GOP appears even to be losing seniors, traditionally their most reliable voting block, as a result of these crazy antics.

    There is a discussion at Politico on the on-going collapse of the Republican Party. This war on the media is another manifestation of that collapse. Republicans seem powerless to control their own stupidity. It is fascinating to watch.
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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Now there are rumors about having Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity moderating the GOP primary debates. My God, can you imagine the clusterfuck that would be? It would put on display to the world just how insane this political party is.

    http://washingtonexaminer.com/limbau...rticle/2534288

    Just what are these republicans afraid of? Being asked real questions by actual journalists?

    Reince Priebus (what a strange name.... I want to see his birth certificate) isn't doing the republican party any favors by making comments like he does.

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    And the Democrats rejoiced.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyBob View Post
    Now there are rumors about having Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity moderating the GOP primary debates. My God, can you imagine the clusterfuck that would be? It would put on display to the world just how insane this political party is.
    I want so badly for this to happen!


    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyBob View Post
    Just what are these republicans afraid of? Being asked real questions by actual journalists?
    Republicans don't do very well outside of the special reality they have created for themselves. They have trouble answering questions from real people in the real world.

    The special reality where Mitt Romney is going to win the presidential election, where creationism is science, where ultrasounds improve the outcome of abortions, and where homosexuality is (paradoxically) both a disease and a sin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Rexx View Post
    Republicans don't do very well outside of the special reality they have created for themselves, and have trouble answering questions from real people in the real world.

    The special reality where Mitt Romney is going to win the presidential election, where creationism is science, and where homosexuality is paradoxically both a disease and a sin.
    Fair to good observation --

    especially the last part.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Interestingly enough, members of NBC's news division, including Andrea Mitchell and Chuck Todd, are extremely uncomfortable with the entertainment side doing this. They are worried that it will create the appearance of bias, even if there isn't any.

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    Well they haven't been produced as of yet, and what kind of light Hillary would be played in would definitely be interesting. I think Hillary isn't anywhere good enough on her own merits to warrant a biography. Bet they tread lightly on *Benghazi* She's ridden her hubby's coattails while someone like Margaret Thatcher broke the glass ceiling all by herself. I think the RNC is being foolish in playing this nonsensical fluff much more than it deserves... it really makes them look petty though it certainly plays well to the uber-conservative base. Glad to see though that some of the serious players at least in the NBC news department aren't thrilled with the prospects of a Hillary movie though if it were scheduled closer to time candidates start getting the message out and forming their exploratory committees only then would it be really ethically problematic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyBob View Post
    Now there are rumors about having Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity moderating the GOP primary debates. My God, can you imagine the clusterfuck that would be? It would put on display to the world just how insane this political party is.

    http://washingtonexaminer.com/limbau...rticle/2534288

    Just what are these republicans afraid of? Being asked real questions by actual journalists?

    Reince Priebus (what a strange name.... I want to see his birth certificate) isn't doing the republican party any favors by making comments like he does.
    Oh please let it be Rush or Sean....they could take turns. It would be a wet dream for me.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    For some reason, I'm reminded of that one time in 2009 when this idiotic bitch called Hosni Mubarak a "friend" of hers when "asked about the State Deparment’s annual human rights report, which is perennially critical of Egypt’s record[...]"...

    LMFAO.

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyBob View Post
    Great news! No one wants to hear this "GOP primary debate coverage" anyway so sneering troll Reince is doing everyone a favor.

    But I confess I want to hear them tell voters they're not witches and forget which departments they want to close.
    In the words of a famous Texan, oops!
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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Quote Originally Posted by T-Rexx View Post
    Well, they've done it.

    The RNC has voted to exclude CNN and NBC from the Republican primary debates.

    It's a non-binding resolution, so we'll see if they actually follow through. I'm doubtful that they are really serious about this.
    I like the last resolve:

    RESOLVED, that the Republican National Committee shall endeavor to bring more order to the primary debates and ensure a reasonable number of debates, appropriate moderators and debate partners are chosen, and that other issues pertaining to the general nature of such debates are addressed.

    Read more: http://swampland.time.com/2013/08/16...#ixzz2cspKInV5
    Are they serious? This is gonna be fun.
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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    CNN has canceled the planned documentary on Hillary Clinton.

    Not because of Republican opposition, but because Clinton herself has refused to cooperate.

    It's not clear yet if the Republicans will now allow CNN to cover their debates.

    Apparently, the NBC miniseries is still on.


    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/0...n_4016080.html

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Quote Originally Posted by JB3 View Post
    Interestingly enough, members of NBC's news division, including Andrea Mitchell and Chuck Todd, are extremely uncomfortable with the entertainment side doing this. They are worried that it will create the appearance of bias, even if there isn't any.
    this was a good read, I thought -- http://www.thedailybeast.com/article...ary-shows.html

    the Clintons didn't want these movies made, the Republicans didn't want these movies made, and the journalists associated with the networks didn't want the movies made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Rexx View Post
    CNN has canceled the planned documentary on Hillary Clinton.

    Not because of Republican opposition, but because Clinton herself has refused to cooperate.

    It's not clear yet if the Republicans will now allow CNN to cover their debates.

    Apparently, the NBC miniseries is still on.


    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/0...n_4016080.html
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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyBob View Post
    Republican lesson # 1: Exploit human tragedy for political gain.
    Like Democrats don't do the same thing.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

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    Re: RNC threat to networks over Hillary Clinton programs: Is it wise? Is it real?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    Like Democrats don't do the same thing.
    Yeah we're all so happy when there's a school shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    Like Democrats don't do the same thing.
    Show me a video of a Democrat booing a soldier or applauding allowing someone to die who isn't insured and I'll retract my statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyBob View Post
    Show me a video of a Democrat booing a soldier or applauding allowing someone to die who isn't insured and I'll retract my statement.
    Obama and Clinton both promised the mother of slain US Ambassador Chris Stevens on the day his coffin arrived in the US that they would get to the bottom of of the tragedy and keep her informed .... so far she has not heard anything from them.

    Maybe it's not booing or applauding but very mean to a mother who wants to know what happened to her son and why.


    Remember when Bill Clinton was caught laughing at the memorial for his Commerce Secretary who was killed in a plane accident.

    Reid not caring about helping one kid with cancer.



    I'm sure I could think of more .. it's early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Springer View Post
    Obama and Clinton both promised the mother of slain US Ambassador Chris Stevens on the day his coffin arrived in the US that they would get to the bottom of of the tragedy and keep her informed .... so far she has not heard anything from them. Maybe it's not booing or applauding but very mean to a mother who wants to know what happened to her son and why. Remember when Bill Clinton was caught laughing at the memorial for his Commerce Secretary who was killed in a plane accident. Reid not caring about helping one kid with cancer. I'm sure I could think of more .. it's early.
    You failed here trying to prove anything Springer with your false equivalency. I didn't hear Reid saying what you said he did because he didn't say that. The reporter suggested a hypothetical situation. Booing a soldier and applauding allowing someone to die actually happened. Besides, if you don't think a hospital won't give a cancer kid treatments because of this, you're even more naive than I thought you are.

    Or I could go another angle on this..... right wing republicans applaud people dying that don't have insurance. Aren't you happy a kid will die because he can't afford the treatments? That's one less mouth to feed that doesn't deserve it.

    And you don't have to post this in every thread. It doesn't say what you claim.


    Springerlogic:

    President Obama: "I like Diet Coke".

    Jack Springer: "President Obama says he hates Pepsi, impeach him!"

    Get the picture?

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