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Songwronger BS: So who's signed up for Obamacare? (599* d) RE: BS: So who's signed up for Obamacare? 21 Oct 13

Obama had a pep rally for Obamacare in the rose garden today. Bunch of people behind him, and one nearly passed out. There's the future of health care in America. Obama will keep his golf courses open during the faked "shutdowns" and tell us we're fine while we drop like flies.

And then there's this:

Top Senate Democrat backs Medicare, Social Security cuts

The number two Democrat in the US Senate called Sunday for urgent action to reduce future federal spending on Social Security and Medicare. "If we don't focus on health care and dealing with the entitlements," Senator Dick Durbin warned, "the baby boom generation is going to blow away our future."

Durbin appeared on Fox News Sunday to deliver his right-wing message, blaming the mounting federal deficit on the older generation of working people, not on the impact of the Wall Street financial crash, tax cuts for the wealthy, or the vast cost of American imperialism's wars.

So, is that the position of the Democratic party now, that our economic problems are on account of the babyboomers? Fuckers have barely started retiring. Obama will DOUBLE the debt that we had when he came into office (that's double the debt the entire country accumulated in our entire history), and there's plenty of money to funnel to the banks, but there's none to fund Medicare and Social Security? Since when did the Koch brothers start calling the shots for the Democratic party?

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