Saturday, April 5, 2014

Kentucky Should Sue Paul Ryan for These Blatant Lies

Come on down to to the Bluegrass and say that, motherfucker. There are 90-year-old grannies who are lined up for the chance to shatter your balls with one kick.

Charles Pierce:

Ryan ....during an upcoming interview with Al Hunt on the Bloomberg teevee channel.
The former GOP vice presidential nominee was asked on Bloomberg's "Political Capital with Al Hunt" about whether Republicans would keep provisions like requiring coverage for pre-existing conditions, keeping kids on their parents' insurance until they are 26 years old and barring insurance companies from having different rates for those whose jobs include physical labor. The first two provisions are among the most popular parts of Obamacare, which as a whole is not popular. But Ryan says such provisions would also drive up the cost of insurance too much. "If you look at these kinds of reforms, where they've been tried before - say the state of Kentucky, for example - you basically make it impossible to underwrite insurance," Ryan said, according to an advance transcript. "You dramatically crank up the cost. And you make it hard for people to get affordable health care."
He really doesn't know what he's talking about. He hasn't had to live in the real world away from the government trough for 10 minutes since he entered high school. Biggest fake in American politics.
The Affordable Care Act does more to improve the health, economic stability and job opportunities of hundreds of thousands of Kentuckians and millions of Americans every single fucking day than you have done in your entire miserable waste of a life, you repug piece of shit.

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