Everything slows down during the Holidays!
In its relentless coverage of the bogus "war on Christmas," which is really all about petulant right wing Christians who are upset that society no longer conforms to "Leave It Beaver" 50's norms, Fox & Friends enlisted a Catholic priest (the official Fox religion and the one that Bill Donohue wants everyone to covert to) for a discussion of - you guessed it - the "war on Christmas." I suspect that they thought that this priest would validate their we hate godless non Christian theology that beloved Fox in-house clergy person, Father Jonathan Morris, does on a regular basis. Obviously they're not familiar with an intellectual Catholic order that does not pander to emotion, but rather stresses that awful thing - reason. Monday's "Fox & Friends" guest, James Martin, SJ, feels that the "war on Christmas" has been lost to consumerism. Oh, noooo.....
All these ****ty places that none of us liberal elite frequent are the ones that are complaining and you take this as an example of why we should care about them having to pay for healthcare? What about the places that do currently provide health care? Those places will be able to compete again.
As far as the Libbie elite go... there is nothing 'elite' about peddling and forcing socialism onto others. Forcing oneself onto others is what rapists engage in. If you want your human pets to have healthcare insurance then you should be one paying for it.
Health care is very important...
The mods here know this as we have what, 6,7 threads on the same thing...
Great job, Mr. President...
I hope the Ravens have health care and can beat the Steelers..
You know there are a lot of companies that provide health care for their employees and other benefits. I have never worked for a company that did not provide health care benefits. If you are a business owner that has huge profits who does provide health care benefits for your employees and this effects your bottom line than too bad for you.
There are companies that are already in existence that will take your place if you fail. An additional strategy is paying your CEO less than 20 million a year. Or just not having as much profit. Sorry it sucks that you cannot leach off the country anymore. You might actually have to have a better product than your competitors.
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