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Since the Dilly, Dally, Delay & Stall Law Firms are adding their billable hours, the Toyota U.S.A. and Route 44 Toyota posts have been separated here:

Route 44 Toyota Sold Me A Lemon

Monday, July 24, 2017

UPDATED: Still following like sheep?

Tired of Republican LIES? 
As additional FACTS emerge, updates will be added. 
These will not be the PROPAGANDA being promoted by Republicans. 

Republicans had NO plan to replace or improve OBAMACARE!

The Dirty Energy Koch Brothers, the Mercers and their wealthy ilk don't want to pay for HEALTH CARE for ALL Americans....and after all they Bought and Paid to put the Koch Sock Puppets in office.

Who will speak up?

Democrats say their economic agenda is ‘A Better Deal.’ WaPo:“Completely sapped of power in Washington, top leaders of the Democratic Party now believe that the best way to fight a president who penned ‘The Art of the Deal’ is with an economic agenda that they plan to call ‘A Better Deal.’… it is expected to focus on new proposals to fund job-training programs, renegotiate trade deals and address soaring prescription-drug costs, as well as other issues. It is also expected to endorse long-held Democratic principles, including “a living wage” of $15 per hour and already unveiled spending plans for infrastructure that would expand broadband Internet access into rural counties.”

Health Impasse

Senate healthcare bill appears headed for failure. The Hill:“Senate Republicans plan to vote this week on revised healthcare reform legislation, but a number of serious problems mean that the chances of getting that bill passed are slim to none. The latest wallop of bad news for Republicans came Friday when the Senate parliamentarian announced that key provisions of the revised bill would not pass muster under the special budgetary rules that Republicans are using to pass the legislation with a simple majority instead of 60 votes.”
Connecting McCain’s tragic diagnosis to Trumpcare ‘Is the Goddamn Point’. Common Dreams:“‘The personal hell that John McCain and his loved ones are walking through right now is the point of it all,” (Jon Pavlovitz) wrote Thursday in a blog post that started to go viral over the weekend… While acknowledging that McCain is one of the nation’s most recognizable political names and someone who holds a powerful position, Pavlovitz explains why his privilege and status exposes the inequality and shortcomings of a healthcare system that works for the haves, but not for the have nots.”
Universal health care would save $17 trillion. DailyKOS:“Health care costs in the United States are estimated to grow at an average annual rate of 5.6 percent from 2016 to 2025… If we apply this growth rate over 10 years, and add up the costs, our current healthcare system will cost $49 trillion. $49 trillion (current system) — $32 trillion (single payer) = $17 trillion in savings. Over a 10-year period, universal health care or a single-payer system would save $17 trillion. Yes, you read that right … universal health care would cost $17 trillion less over 10 years. A universal health care system would save us $1.7 trillion a year.”

RSN: Ellen Cantarow | An American Tragedy: Healthcare for Profit

GOP RIGGED ELECTIONS....Who will remain silent?

Dirty Energy Koch Brothers' Tentacles Will you take back your Democracy?

**MUST READ! ** RSN: The Deep History of the Radical Right's Stealth Plan for America

It's time for MEDICARE FOR ALL!

Master Moves Made by the Far-Right Have Dominated the Game

Still voting Republican?

Marco Rubio & Other Republicans SABOTAGED OBAMACARE!

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Paul Ryan Doesn't Like It When We're Angry
Mara Pellittieri, Talk Poverty
Pellittieri writes: "Ryan's plea that we all just calm down-that we not 'base our arguments on emotion' and instead 'have a great debate on ideas and principles' - feels like a willful misunderstanding of the stakes that this administration has created."
Sen. Mitch McConnell. (photo: AP)
Sen. Mitch McConnell. (photo: AP)
Benjamin Hart, New York Magazine
Hart writes: "As Republicans fumble around in the dark trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act, the law has never been more well-liked."

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