Proving The Point…

…that Republicans are shallow thinkers:

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16 Responses to Proving The Point…

  1. Dan says:

    Making America use less toner again!

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    • When I was in school, we had to present case studies. The case could be no longer than FIVE pages; but we could have as much appendix material as we could carry. Historical note: we were using IBM ribbon printers for the appendices, which were the shiznit back then!

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  2. roket says:

    Still yet, that’s a pretty big appendix.

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  3. RobGinChicago says:

    5 pages of the Republican plan take on the imaginary problem of preventing State Lottery winners from being covered by Medicaid.

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    • tengrain says:

      Yeah Rob: there are 12 mentions of lottery winners in that document which makes me wonder if “lottery” is a dog whistle. When the lotto came to California, I remember my parents saying that it was a poor tax in disguise, because who else would play it?

      Rgds,

      TG

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      • Bruce388 says:

        In the early 70s I had a job with a now-defunct department store chain. Got transferred to Camden, NJ, where we sold lottery tickets. They came in boxes of 500, 50 cents a ticket. Scratchers, multi-state lotteries, etc., were miracles for the future.

        When I got there we were selling 2-3 boxes a week. When the lottery began a year earlier, they were selling 30 boxes/weekly.

        It truly was a tax on the poor, but eventually they wised up.

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    • MDavis says:

      Does that count scratch tickets, where you win 2 bucks? Do they still have those?

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    • Retiredeng says:

      Lottery winners? That’s some class A brainstorming right there.

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  4. Somebody else somewhere remarked that TrumpCare looks like an Applebys’ menu next to ObamaCare.

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  5. ming says:

    To every complicated problem there is a simple fix that will irreparably fuck things up. This is an example of why it is a bad idea to let shouty morons make the decisions.

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