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Their tweets all have a connecting theme of shock and surprise that the coverage they depend on, which was made possible by Obamacare, could be taken away by the man they voted for: Cool02

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” - Edmund Burke

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Jan 15 17 1:07 PM

the bull59 wrote:
Their tweets all have a connecting theme of shock and surprise that
the coverage they depend on, which was made possible by Obamacare, could
be taken away by the man they voted for:

@realDonaldTrump asking as a concerned mom but PLEASE dont repeal https://t.co/gTkdVKkwtm act my sick daughter NEEDS the low cost ins.
— Terrie Bearden (@cclcdirector) November 11, 2016


@realDonaldTrump how can you get rid of ACA without any replacement? I voted for you and have expensive preexisting conditions.
— Lee (@DraftCats) January 12, 2017


@realDonaldTrump I voted for you. Why aren't Republicans fighting harder to keep pre-existing conditions?
— Bob Klosak (@bobklosak) January 12, 2017





@realDonaldTrump You d-bag. Your making America great again by killing affordable healthcare? Regretting that I voted for you already.
— Ultimate Privacy (@ultprivacy) January 13, 2017


@realDonaldTrump Say It AINT SO, Repealing the 26 year old rule and pre existing condition. I voted for you you said you were keeping laws
— Flippy (@flippy0001) January 12, 2017



What about the people who want to keep the ACA and only want to repeal Obamacare?

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Jan 15 17 1:11 PM

Voter regrets over losing their health insurance. Tough shit.

I can say because I have Medicare and I'm able to afford an excellent Medical supplement plan. I'm good, to hell with the poorly educated who didn't know what they were voting for.

Now, if you'll excuse me, after pretending to be a Republican, I need a shower.

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Jan 15 17 1:28 PM

dkswenson wrote:
the bull59 wrote:
Their tweets all have a connecting theme of shock and surprise that
the coverage they depend on, which was made possible by Obamacare, could
be taken away by the man they voted for:

@realDonaldTrump asking as a concerned mom but PLEASE dont repeal https://t.co/gTkdVKkwtm act my sick daughter NEEDS the low cost ins.
— Terrie Bearden (@cclcdirector) November 11, 2016


@realDonaldTrump how can you get rid of ACA without any replacement? I voted for you and have expensive preexisting conditions.
— Lee (@DraftCats) January 12, 2017


@realDonaldTrump I voted for you. Why aren't Republicans fighting harder to keep pre-existing conditions?
— Bob Klosak (@bobklosak) January 12, 2017





@realDonaldTrump You d-bag. Your making America great again by killing affordable healthcare? Regretting that I voted for you already.
— Ultimate Privacy (@ultprivacy) January 13, 2017


@realDonaldTrump Say It AINT SO, Repealing the 26 year old rule and pre existing condition. I voted for you you said you were keeping laws
— Flippy (@flippy0001) January 12, 2017



What about the people who want to keep the ACA and only want to repeal Obamacare?

May be jenniel will have an answer when she signs back on.  In the meantime, harrymerr23 and spyydrr are on @ the moment and can provide an answer to your query.
Cool02

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” - Edmund Burke

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Jan 15 17 5:11 PM

jryan80033 wrote:
Voter regrets over losing their health insurance. Tough shit.

I can say because I have Medicare and I'm able to afford an excellent Medical supplement plan. I'm good, to hell with the poorly educated who didn't know what they were voting for.

Now, if you'll excuse me, after pretending to be a Republican, I need a shower.

http://api.theweek.com/sites/default/files/tt_c170111%20%281%29_0.jpg?resize=807x807
Cool02

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” - Edmund Burke

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Jan 16 17 8:19 AM

dkswenson wrote:
the bull59 wrote:
Their tweets all have a connecting theme of shock and surprise that
the coverage they depend on, which was made possible by Obamacare, could
be taken away by the man they voted for:

@realDonaldTrump asking as a concerned mom but PLEASE dont repeal https://t.co/gTkdVKkwtm act my sick daughter NEEDS the low cost ins.
— Terrie Bearden (@cclcdirector) November 11, 2016


@realDonaldTrump how can you get rid of ACA without any replacement? I voted for you and have expensive preexisting conditions.
— Lee (@DraftCats) January 12, 2017


@realDonaldTrump I voted for you. Why aren't Republicans fighting harder to keep pre-existing conditions?
— Bob Klosak (@bobklosak) January 12, 2017





@realDonaldTrump You d-bag. Your making America great again by killing affordable healthcare? Regretting that I voted for you already.
— Ultimate Privacy (@ultprivacy) January 13, 2017


@realDonaldTrump Say It AINT SO, Repealing the 26 year old rule and pre existing condition. I voted for you you said you were keeping laws
— Flippy (@flippy0001) January 12, 2017



What about the people who want to keep the ACA and only want to repeal Obamacare?

On my thread about Primadonald still mad @ NBC, elcymoo placed Saturday's SNL cold open wherein "he want to replace Obamacare with the ACA".
Cool02

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” - Edmund Burke

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Jan 16 17 8:45 AM

jenniel wrote:
Clue you in, Bull, there is no voter regret. How do you regret when the man has not even taken office. What a stupid statement.
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It's easy. Some people have actually been paying attention to what he has been saying and doing since election day. Only  really stupid people haven't.

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Jan 16 17 8:51 AM

what was almost or more troubling to me was the House, Senate and POTUS being all Republicans so they could rip everything apart. They've been gleeful at the thought of dismantling everything. Voters may regret their decision...if they don't already...and I'm pretty conservative but don't agree with the direction the GOP has gone

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Jan 16 17 9:11 AM

jryan80033 wrote:
jenniel wrote:
Clue you in, Bull, there is no voter regret. How do you regret when the man has not even taken office. What a stupid statement.
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It's easy. Some people have actually been paying attention to what he has been saying and doing since election day. Only  really stupid people haven't.


Bamma thinking that she could "clue anybody in" is the most laughable thing I've ever heard.   

In the end really all Trump wants is to slap his name on the present ACA and pretend he did all the leg work to create it.  

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Jan 16 17 10:01 AM

jryan80033 wrote:

jenniel wrote:Clue you in, Bull, there is no voter regret. How do you regret when the man has not even taken office. What a stupid statement.

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It's easy. Some people have actually been paying attention to what he has been saying and doing since election day. Only  really stupid people haven't.

And what those who voted for him are seeing the disaster of regulations that Obama placed on businesses that were never going to bring jobs back to this country.  And what the voters are seeing is hope they have a healthcare bill that does not fail the American people and what the voters are seeing is hope of improved relationships with other foreign countries and what the voter is seeing is hope that illegal immigration be brought to a hault, and what voters are seeing is hope that we can crush ISIS.

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Jan 16 17 10:03 AM

Oh and one more thing, Ryan, is voters are hoping to see those in poverty for the last 8 years (which by the way it has grown) being brought out of depths of despair

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Jan 16 17 10:06 AM

I believe voters are paying attention now that the election is over and they are seeing what is actually going to happen to their healthcare, planned parenthood, etc. Now they're thinking "I didn't want that, I just didn't want HRC" or they didn't vote because they didn't want HRC or him. This is the result.
Perfect example are those that say they want Obamacare repealed but like the ACA.

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Jan 16 17 10:26 AM

Well .... in a little under 4 years they get a "do-over" to express their regrets if they still have any.

"Under democracy, one party always devotes it chief energies to trying to prove that the other party is unfit to rule - and both commonly succeed and are right."

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Jan 16 17 10:28 AM

candothree wrote:
Well .... in a little under 4 years they get a "do-over" to express their regrets if they still have any.

True
And hopefully things won't be too bad.
I personally hope he succeeds.  If he succeeds, America succeeds.  I just worry that he's too erratic and impulsive.  

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Jan 16 17 12:42 PM

jenniel wrote:
Clue you in, Bull, there is no voter regret. How do you regret when the man has not even taken office. What a stupid statement.

Do you know what is really stupid?  Someone who doesn't understand what is right in front of them!  A sensible person would call it --- voter regret!
Cool02


@realDonaldTrump I voted for you.

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” - Edmund Burke

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Jan 16 17 12:46 PM

candothree wrote:
Well .... in a little under 4 years they get a "do-over" to express their regrets if they still have any.

I like Carole King.  She wrote a song back in the early '70s called --- It's Too Late.

Cool02

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” - Edmund Burke

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Jan 16 17 4:04 PM

jryan80033 wrote:
Voter regrets over losing their health insurance. Tough shit.

I can say because I have Medicare and I'm able to afford an excellent Medical supplement plan. I'm good, to hell with the poorly educated who didn't know what they were voting for.

Now, if you'll excuse me, after pretending to be a Republican, I need a shower.

 
It will take a lot to get clean if you favor Trump!

 

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Jan 16 17 9:11 PM

bobklosak wrote:
I am one of these people mentioned in this thread and the context people are taking my tweet in is inaccurate.

Please see this link for my reply on the context of my tweet:
https://twitter.com/bobklosak/status/821172369507155968

I voted for you. Why aren't Republicans fighting harder to keep pre-existing conditions?


“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” - Edmund Burke

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