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Big Name Pol Splits With Party On Mandate – 2012 Ads To Follow

Big Name Pol Splits With Party On Mandate – 2012 Ads To Follow

No not Newt. The hype about Dems running ads in 2012 with Newt’s criticisms of Paul Ryan is way overblown.

It’s Ben Nelson, Democrat from Nebraska, who is running for reelection and splitting with his party over the mandate:

Don’t expect much to be made of Nelson’s comments, because only heretical comments by Republicans are newsworthy and a big deal.

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"I'm really, really sorry that my crucial Obamacare vote might cost me my Senate seat…."

If it was soooooo bad, then why didn't he demand it be removed before he voted to pass the damn thing into law?

@teresainfortworth: On the money. Nelson's just trying to cover his butt.

You guys do understand that killing the mandate is a one way ticket to single payer, right?

Don;t get me wrong, I'm cheering you on, but I can't for the life of me figure out why you've suddenly joined the right side.

No, it's a waystation in repealing the whole monstrous mess. Sorry, Copperhead, we got rid of slavery once, and changing plantation to collective isn't going to get us to change our minds about it.

Indeed, a mind consumed by words as opposed to meanings, thoughts as opposed to reasons, and hate as opposed to curiosity (like every Buckley-like person that responds to your smelly bitterness engages in) knows, you, Tlaloc, can't understand, nor try to honestly see, not to mention not automatically hatefuly shun, those whith whom you acknowledgly disagree.

And, being not stupid but stupidy occupied, we will continue to waste what could be constructive time on you and your ilk.

I used to think it was working, circa 2006. Now, I appreciate the lack of effiency and predicable decline in quality of the inferior sort that now characterizes my online interactions with those who argue.

And I especially appreciate bad spelling, grammar, syntac, and appearence.

"No, it's a waystation in repealing the whole monstrous mess."

Yeah, good luck with that. Seriously you think you can get rid of the mandate (the one part where you actually can get a good number of independents to join you) and THEN get rid of the rest (which is wildly popular)?

" Indeed, a mind consumed by words as opposed to meanings, thoughts as opposed to reasons, and hate as opposed to curiosity (like every Buckley-like person that responds to your smelly bitterness engages in) knows, you, Tlaloc, can't understand, nor try to honestly see, not to mention not automatically hatefuly shun, those whith whom you acknowledgly disagree."

Fewer clauses please.

"And, being not stupid but stupidy occupied, we will continue to waste what could be constructive time on you and your ilk."

I'm getting paid (work is slow) so by all means feel free.

Huskers-For-Palin | May 19, 2011 at 10:58 pm

Ben, the word "schmuck" comes to mind whenever I think of you. You give the deciding cloture vote and now you're trying to walk it back ever since. Sorry boyo, but you lost me.

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