— John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) May 28, 2013
Late evening with Col. Qadhafi at his “ranch” in Libya – interesting meeting with an interesting man.
— John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) August 15, 2009
McCain was for Gadhafi before he was against him
Republican ruled states have the worst healthcare in the country. They have the highest number of uninsured
Georgia – 18.4% without health insurance (2012)
Florida – 20.1%
Alaska – 20.5%
Nevada – 22.2%
Texas – 22.5%
Conservatives stand to benefit the most from ACA but because conservatives have low IQs, they are fighting ACA tooth and nail.
GOP is very bad at governing. This is yet another proof that GOP policies are a disastrous for the economy. Here is the list ten poorest states of the nation. All of them are ruled by Republicans.
10. North Carolina (Republican)
9. Alabama (Republican)
8. Kentucky (Republican)
7. South Carolina (Republican)
6. Montana (Republican – Both house/senate are Republican, Governor is a Democrat)
5. Louisiana (Republican)
4. West Virginia (Republican)
3. Tennessee (Republican)
2. Arkansas (Republican)
1. Mississippi (Republican)
“It’s very clear to everyone but this administration that radical Islam is at war against us,” … “This administration has so many Muslim Brotherhood members that have influence that they just are making wrong decisions for America.”
– Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX)
Ronald Reagan was a big spender: Spending during Reagan’s two terms (FY 1981-88) averaged 22.4% GDP, well above the 20.6% GDP average from 1971 to 2009.
Ronald Reagan did not care about the debt: The public debt rose from $712 billion in 1980 to $2,052 billion in 1988, a roughly three-fold increase.
Ronald Reagan raised taxes: Reagan hiked taxes many times and instituted new taxes. He increased taxes about a dozen times when confronted with surging deficits.
Under Ronald Reagan’s watch, U.S. moved from the world’s largest international creditor to the world’s largest debtor nation.