Romney's claim that he would "replace" ObamaCares, rather than just repeal it, appears to be nothing but empty rhetoric. Here are just some of the benefits of ObamaCares that disappear if Romney gets his wish.
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Death Panels: The Lie that Won't Die - Conservatives have been using a 10-year-old child in need of an organ transplant as a prop for their latest lies about ObamaCare.
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GOP ARE THE REAL DEATH PANELS..GOP PROMOTE CORPORATE WELFARE!!! OBAMACARE DID NOT DISCONNECT GRANNY ITS HELPED!! GOP CUTTING ELDERLY SOCIAL SECURITY+ MEDICARE IS THE REAL PROBLEM!! Conservatives have been using a 10-year-old child in need of an organ transplant as a prop for their latest lies about ObamaCare.
ACA (OBAMA CARE) ITS WORKING AND REPUKES CAN'T HANDLE THE FACT!! Death Panels: The Lie that Won't Die - Conservatives have been using a 10-year-old child in need of an organ transplant as a prop for their latest lies about ObamaCare.
Why do pro-lifer's always vote for the death penalty?
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Oh geez if Fox News told her story it would probably be about how she is to blame for getting raped.
6 more corporations dump ALEC
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Lawsuit: ALEC-Tied Legislators Stripped Important Passages From Renewable Energy Bill | ThinkProgress
Corporate Lobbying Group ALEC Put Falsified Signatures On A Letter To A Senator, Group Finds http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2013/08/14/2466281/alec-signatures-stand-your-ground/
ALEC hopes to influence legislators to change net metering, greenhouse gas policies and more
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ALEC Slips Exxon Fracking Loopholes into New Ohio Law
NYC Joins List of Cities to Rebuke Citizens United, Bogus Concept of “Corporate Personhood”
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ECONned, Part II: Shadows of a Crash | Winning Progressive Pt. 2 of NCrissie B's series on the book ECONned, this time focusing on how blind faith in the dogma of self-correcting markets led to the 2008 financial meltdown.
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Reverse the perverse corporate ethic of fat CEO pay
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In 1965, the average CEO made 20 times the average worker. Now the ratio is 273 to 1, meaning the average CEO makes in a day what their workers make in a year.
Daily CEO Pay Now Exceeds U.S. Workers Annual Salary. Average salary for the CEOs of the top 200 U.S. companies with revenue of over $1 billion was $5.3 million. The big money, however, is paid out in stock and options which added another $9 million to the median compensation package for the CEOs. http://www.corpwatch.org/article.php?id=15850
Peter Drucker long saw this day coming. When workers own company stock, it can “prevent what employees resent the most: top people getting big increases in the very year in which a company slashes blue-collar and clerical payrolls.”
"Daily CEO Pay Now Exceeds the Average Worker's Annual Salary"
GE Now Averaging 2.3% Tax Rate Over the Last Ten Years Despite Taxpayer-Funded Bailout
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Special interest groups and favored companies are nothing new to Washington D.C. but their prevalence and power has dramatically increased in the past four