Posted in Health Care, Liberals Rock My Sox!, National Politics, Video Alan Grayson discusses what it means to be pro-life Zach W November 10, 2009 There’s a reason I’m a fan of Rep. Alan Grayson, and this is it: H/T to Down With Tyranny!. Share: Related Articles Trump Is Barking Up The Wrong Energy Tree Republican GA Senators call for resignation of Republican GA Secretary of State Rush’s Comedy Tour Liberals ROCK at Protesting
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so zach according to this guy the people with insurance never die? i bet the list of people that had insurance and still died is just as big or bigger.If he’s pro life he should make A list of all the aborted babys and read that to his liberal friends. Harvard should do a study on idiots who make list of dead people
No ray, according to Rep. Grayson people without insurance are more likely to die from illnesses/injuries that could have been treated had they had health insurance.
If you are likely to die from an injury or illness, a hospital HAS to treat you. In fact, they HAVE to treat you for anything REGARDLESS of your ability to pay.
Absolutely true, but you forgot to mention the fact that you’re then saddled with a hefty emergency room bill, which likely totals in the thousands of dollars.
The thought of thousands of dollars of medical bills is enough to dissuade a lot of folks from seeking help.
I really like how you sic on some no-name Republican senate candidate who happens to be rich.
Then you come around and lick Grayson’s (jack)boots.
I hate your html. Here is the link: http://www.opensecrets.org/pfds/CIDsummary.php?CID=N00028418&year=2008
I wasn’t aware that Alan Grayson wore jackboots.
But the fact that you felt you needed to use the term jackboots certainly says something.
Still a fan of Rep. Grayson?
Yep. Thanks for asking.
Seems just a little hypocritical, don’t you think? He calls his opponent a member of the Taliban. He blantantly lied about his oppononent by manipulating a speech and used it in an ad. He trashed his opponent’s lack of military service, despite having none of his own. He said Republicans want the sick to die quickly. He called Republicans knuckel-dragging Neanderthals. He called Republicans NAZIS. He said he can’t listen to anything Dick Cheney says because of the blood that drips from his teeth when he’s talking. He called a woman official at the Federal Reserve a K-Street whore.
How can you have any credibility going after supposed crazy/controversial statements from candidates who have R’s after their names, when you are a fan of this nut? I guess anything goes, including keeping your mouth shut, for BIG D.
forgot do you have any links?
i cant answer to most of what you referred to without the links but I can to this.
He said Republicans want the sick to die quickly.
I think he hit the nail on the head here, The repubs have not had a health care plan(except medicare part d in the last ten years.
“The repubs have not had a health care plan(except medicare part d in the last ten years.”
Answer this: Do you really believe that or are you ignorant?
Patient’s Choice Act
Empowering Patients First Act
Improving Healthcare for All Americans Act
Medical Rights and Reform Act
Help Efficient, Accessible, Low-cost, Timely Healthcare Act
Small Business Health Fairness Act
Promoting Health and Preventing Chronic Disease through Prevention and Wellness Programs for Employees, Communities, and Individuals Act
Improved Employee Access to Health Insurance Act
Health Insurance Access for Young Workers and College Students Act
Nope, no plans at all.
I find it interesting that you can seem to find every obscure and/or controversial comment from candidates around the country you disagree with, but somehow the comments of Rep. Grayson escape you and you can’t seem to find the stories.
For the record, in my first try at a reply, I posted a few links, but when I hit submit, it said something about how my message looked like spam and rejected it. I may try to post again, otherwise I think you are familiar with google. But there’s probably not much reason to discuss further if you are in agreement with Grayson that Republicans want people to die.
Whopper: Daniel Webster is un-American. Webster’s opponent for the House seat in Florida’s 8th Congressional District, Democrat Alan Grayson, falsely claimed that Webster was a draft dodger who “doesn’t love his country.” In fact, Webster dutifully reported for the draft after finishing his undergraduate degree, but was rejected for medical reasons. Grayson then launched an ad calling his opponent “Taliban Dan” and misrepresenting a quote in which Webster talked about a woman’s role in marriage. The ad’s misleading editing changed “don’t pick the [Bible verses] that say, ‘She should submit to me’ ” into “she should submit to me.
Fortunately, this puke’s political career will die quickly. He is currently polling 7 points behind Dan Webster in Florida’s 8th district.
He is an insignificant little child in his antics and the voters are going to spit him out.
Heh. How fitting that he lost to Daniel Webster. Rumor has it that the Huffington Post picked him up. They deserve each other.
At least Florida got rid of him. His career was a skid mark on the jockey shorts of American politics.
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