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Posted: Aug 17, 2017 - 6:59pm

These monsters want to legalize murder.
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Posted: Aug 9, 2017 - 12:37pm

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Now this is where I clearly call "foul" against these asshat politicians...interfering with my shows!  As Roger says, "picture a leader with no fucking brains."
edit - just noticed it was more than just GOP who passed/supported that bill

Call to cancel Roger Waters concerts at Nassau Coliseum

On Thursday, July 20, 2017, outside the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, Nassau lawmakers and Jewish community leaders called for the cancellation of Rogers Waters' upcoming concerts because of the former Pink Floyd bassist's support for a movement to boycott Israeli goods and services. (Credit: Howard Schnapp)

 

Nassau lawmakers and Jewish leaders on Thursday called on the operator of the Nassau Coliseum to cancel Rogers Waters concerts scheduled for September because of the former Pink Floyd bassist’s support for a movement to boycott Israeli goods and services.

The GOP-controlled county legislature last year passed a bill sponsored by Legis. Howard Kopel (R-Lawrence) prohibiting companies from doing business with the county if they boycotted or divested from Israeli businesses or supported sanctions against Israel.

The law is aimed at backers of the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement, or BDS, which works to end international support for what it characterizes as Israel’s oppression of Palestinians.

At a news conference outside the Uniondale arena, Rabbi Jay Rosenbaum of Temple Israel of Lawrence called BDS a “morally bankrupt movement that promotes economic terrorism against Israel.”

Waters, an outspoken BDS supporter, has been criticized for using imagery such as a flying pig emblazoned with a Star of David and a dollar sign during his concerts.

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Waters, who says he is peacefully protesting Israel’s policies, is set to perform at NYCB Live’s Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Sept. 15 and 16. Lawmakers noted that the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashana begins on the evening of Sept. 20.

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Democratic Minority Leader Kevan Abrahams (D-Freeport) criticized Brooklyn-based NEC for a lack of “leadership” and said Waters “was not welcome here in Nassau County.”

 



It is always a great occasion when distinguished ethnic cleansers such as Rabbi Jay Rosenbaum express their opinions.   I admire his willingness to pay for a greater and more glorious Israel in lost wealth as well as dead Israelis and dead Americans.  (Presumably dead and cleansed Palestinians do not matter.)

Not surprised to see the Democratic leader express his hostile attitude to Waters as the Democrats have always been enthusiastic supporters of the Israeli nation-building process.  

But once again Water's childish and stereotypical image of Zionism makes press.  The dollar sign and star of David appeal to the basest of anti-Jewish sentiment that has prevailed and poisoned Slavic and European societies for a long time. 

If Waters were educated (....), he would emphasize the opportunity cost of the Israeli nation building process, how many lives have been sacrificed, how much wealth has been sacrificed.

If Israel were to somehow make peace with the Palestinians neighbours, I reckon the real per capita GDP of Israelis would go up about 10 to 25%.

Individuals get rich in a violent conflict.  Societies almost invariably become poorer.
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Posted: Aug 7, 2017 - 4:33pm

"You must be a conservative, or you wouldn't be here."
He cracked the screen door just enough to take the card, a "Hmph!" noise escaping his lips as he regarded it. I noticed his eyebrows raise as he scanned the top of it, which I assumed was on the point of my palm card where I mentioned Medicaid expansion.

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Posted: Jul 21, 2017 - 7:13am

Now this is where I clearly call "foul" against these asshat politicians...interfering with my shows!  As Roger says, "picture a leader with no fucking brains."
edit - just noticed it was more than just GOP who passed/supported that bill

Call to cancel Roger Waters concerts at Nassau Coliseum

On Thursday, July 20, 2017, outside the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, Nassau lawmakers and Jewish community leaders called for the cancellation of Rogers Waters' upcoming concerts because of the former Pink Floyd bassist's support for a movement to boycott Israeli goods and services. (Credit: Howard Schnapp)

 

Nassau lawmakers and Jewish leaders on Thursday called on the operator of the Nassau Coliseum to cancel Rogers Waters concerts scheduled for September because of the former Pink Floyd bassist’s support for a movement to boycott Israeli goods and services.

The GOP-controlled county legislature last year passed a bill sponsored by Legis. Howard Kopel (R-Lawrence) prohibiting companies from doing business with the county if they boycotted or divested from Israeli businesses or supported sanctions against Israel.

The law is aimed at backers of the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement, or BDS, which works to end international support for what it characterizes as Israel’s oppression of Palestinians.

At a news conference outside the Uniondale arena, Rabbi Jay Rosenbaum of Temple Israel of Lawrence called BDS a “morally bankrupt movement that promotes economic terrorism against Israel.”

Waters, an outspoken BDS supporter, has been criticized for using imagery such as a flying pig emblazoned with a Star of David and a dollar sign during his concerts.

 Nassau County legislator Howard Kopel along with other members of the Nassau Legislature hold a news conference to encourage the Nassau Coliseum operator to cancel the upcoming Roger Waters concerts on Thursday, July 20, 2017 in Uniondale. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Kevin Winter

Waters, who says he is peacefully protesting Israel’s policies, is set to perform at NYCB Live’s Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Sept. 15 and 16. Lawmakers noted that the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashana begins on the evening of Sept. 20.

 A spokeswoman for Waters’ tour did not respond to a request for comment.

County Attorney Carnell Foskey last week threatened to take “appropriate legal action” if the concerts went on.

But in a July 18 response, Jeffrey Gewirtz, chief legal and administrative officer at Nassau Events Center, which has a 49-year lease with the county to operate the arena, said Waters’ opinions are protected speech.

“NEC respects the constitutionally guaranteed rights of all people and therefore intends the Coliseum — under its stewardship — to be a venue that respects the expression and exchange of a wide variety of ideas and viewpoints,” Gewirtz said.

Gewirtz said Nassau’s BDS law does not apply to Waters because he does not have a contract with the county.

 Foskey said he was “reviewing NEC’s arguments.”

Kopel said NEC was “showing contempt” for residents by hosting the concerts. “Don’t let NEC make any profit off this shameful and horrible performance,” he said.

Democratic Minority Leader Kevan Abrahams (D-Freeport) criticized Brooklyn-based NEC for a lack of “leadership” and said Waters “was not welcome here in Nassau County.”





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Posted: Jul 19, 2017 - 2:54pm

32 million more Americans would be uninsured by 2026 under Senate measure heading to a vote next week, CBO projects

fuck 'em - we got ours.
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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 9:58am

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Nihilists! Fuck me. I mean, say what you like about the tenets of National Socialism, Dude, at least it's an ethos.

~Walter Sobchak

 
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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 9:55am

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Nihilists! Fuck me. I mean, say what you like about the tenets of National Socialism, Dude, at least it's an ethos.

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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 9:51am

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And if they don't?  My guess is that in 2018, there is a 60/40 chance that control of the house changes, and a 50/50 chance that control of the senate changes (both wild estimates subject to change based on tweets in the next 18 months). Most registered republicans will have voted for republicans, and most registered democrats will have voted for democrats, most independents will have held their nose and voted for the one that they hated least at the moment. We'll have this discussion again and everyone will wonder why things never change. 

 
Nihilists! Fuck me. I mean, say what you like about the tenets of National Socialism, Dude, at least it's an ethos.

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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 9:50am

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So the Dems can gloat a bit in the failure of the repeal...but let's see if they can do the right thing and work with the GOP and at least try to fix what is wrong with ACA...or will they just gloat?

p.s., I might like the idea of enacting a repeal now, for 2-3 years down the line...allowing time to put together a new plan.  BUT...if a new plan isnt put in place, then the default is that everyone gets the same plan as congress. 

 
This is a bad, bad, "kick the can down the road" idea, the same idea that also lay behind the "supercommittee sequestration" legislation of 2011. The idea was that Congress would cooperate best under pressure of budget cuts that Congress would find "distasteful". Failed spectacularly.


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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 9:48am

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re. below...true.  The GOP needs to abandon the "repeal ACA at all cost," and Dems to abandon "preserve ACA at all cost."  So, the first act of good faith would be for the GOP to leave ACA alone and tell the dems, "lets talk."

 
And if they don't?  My guess is that in 2018, there is a 60/40 chance that control of the house changes, and a 50/50 chance that control of the senate changes (both wild estimates subject to change based on tweets in the next 18 months). Most registered republicans will have voted for republicans, and most registered democrats will have voted for democrats, most independents will have held their nose and voted for the one that they hated least at the moment. We'll have this discussion again and everyone will wonder why things never change. 
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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 9:42am

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re. below...true.  The GOP needs to abandon the "repeal ACA at all cost," and Dems to abandon "preserve ACA at all cost."  So, the first act of good faith would be for the GOP to leave ACA alone and tell the dems, "lets talk."

 
Unlikely; their hatred of Obama won't allow that.
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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 9:40am

re. below...true.  The GOP needs to abandon the "repeal ACA at all cost," and Dems to abandon "preserve ACA at all cost."  So, the first act of good faith would be for the GOP to leave ACA alone and tell the dems, "lets talk."
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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 9:31am

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So, I agree the GOP has not exactly been an eager partner with the Dems. But it appears that language - "let's work with the dems to create a plan" - has been thrown out there.  So maybe this could be the start of something.  Having the dems just "wait it out" may help the party, but clearly hurts the country...I would hate to see the Dems not even show up at the table if even the most insincere invitation was offered. 

 
Oh, I agree. But the GOP's antics have clearly hurt the country as well. How many millions were spent on Benghazi hearings? How many times did the GOP vote to repeal ACA, knowing it was all for show? Again, which GOPers are the Dems supposed to work with? Moderates, by definition, are open to compromise, but their influence in the GOP is tenuous at best. The loudest GOP voices are also the most extreme.

The ACA is not perfect, not even close. But Democrats worked on it for literally decades, trying to craft something that could pass an increasingly partisan Congress. True, they jammed it through without a single GOP vote, but they did get it through. The GOP's plans are not based on years of development, but on a single idea: Obama BAD.

One thing I know for sure: it's going to get a lot worse before it gets better.
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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 9:28am

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So, I agree the GOP has not exactly been an eager partner with the Dems. But it appears that language - "let's work with the dems to create a plan" - has been thrown out there.  So maybe this could be the start of something.  Having the dems just "wait it out" may help the party, but clearly hurts the country...I would hate to see the Dems not even show up at the table if even the most insincere invitation was offered. 

 
But that's not what they are saying. They are saying let's work with the dems *AFTER* we demolish  the signature Democratic/Obama plan with no alternative because we couldn't get consensus within our own party for our plan (partly because it wasn't Draconian enough). 

The republicans know what needs to be in a plan to get support from the dems. They have all the levers of power and have been very vocal about how they would use them. Yes, I expect the dems to participate when it is appropriate, but the onus is on the republicans right now, and the overture doesn't isn't even at a point where the insincerity can be judged, because they are still working on "tear it down". 
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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 9:20am

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The United States of America does not negotiate with terrorists. Ted Cruz forced a government shutdown just to score political points. Tens of thousands of people suffered real damages. The GOP has made it crystal clear they will not work with Dems. The GOP has made no secret of their intentions, and for the vast majority of us it is not 'the right thing'. Throw 20 million off health insurance? After Democrats worked twenty years to get ACA passed? The Dems can just wait until the next election.

I'm not saying they 'should' do that, but they don't have many options. Which GOPers should they try to work with? The moderates are already pariahs in their own party. The extremists are not going to negotiate with anyone anyway.

The GOP is ripping itself apart. The Dems can mostly just watch. But I agree they should dial back the smugness: the GOP does not have a monopoly on imploding political parties.
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So, I agree the GOP has not exactly been an eager partner with the Dems. But it appears that language - "let's work with the dems to create a plan" - has been thrown out there.  So maybe this could be the start of something.  Having the dems just "wait it out" may help the party, but clearly hurts the country...I would hate to see the Dems not even show up at the table if even the most insincere invitation was offered. 
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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 9:04am

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The United States of America does not negotiate with terrorists. Ted Cruz forced a government shutdown just to score political points. Tens of thousands of people suffered real damages. The GOP has made it crystal clear they will not work with Dems. The GOP has made no secret of their intentions, and for the vast majority of us it is not 'the right thing'. Throw 20 million off health insurance? After Democrats worked twenty years to get ACA passed? The Dems can just wait until the next election.

I'm not saying they 'should' do that, but they don't have many options. Which GOPers should they try to work with? The moderates are already pariahs in their own party. The extremists are not going to negotiate with anyone anyway.

The GOP is ripping itself apart. The Dems can mostly just watch. But I agree they should dial back the smugness: the GOP does not have a monopoly on imploding political parties.
c.

 
And since the Republicans have control, it's up to them to put forth legislation. And seriously, wtf is "repeal in 2-3 years and trust us to come up with something workable by then"?  Uh, no thanks. I'm pretty confident in my assessment that these guys don't give a f* about any of us proles out here in non-DCland. 
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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 8:58am

 black321 wrote:

So the Dems can gloat a bit in the failure of the repeal...but let's see if they can do the right thing and work with the GOP and at least try to fix what is wrong with ACA...or will they just gloat?

p.s., I might like the idea of enacting a repeal now, for 2-3 years down the line...allowing time to put together a new plan.  BUT...if a new plan isnt put in place, then the default is that everyone gets the same plan as congress. 

 
The United States of America does not negotiate with terrorists. Ted Cruz forced a government shutdown just to score political points. Tens of thousands of people suffered real damages. The GOP has made it crystal clear they will not work with Dems. The GOP has made no secret of their intentions, and for the vast majority of us it is not 'the right thing'. Throw 20 million off health insurance? After Democrats worked twenty years to get ACA passed? The Dems can just wait until the next election.

I'm not saying they 'should' do that, but they don't have many options. Which GOPers should they try to work with? The moderates are already pariahs in their own party. The extremists are not going to negotiate with anyone anyway.

The GOP is ripping itself apart. The Dems can mostly just watch. But I agree they should dial back the smugness: the GOP does not have a monopoly on imploding political parties.
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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 7:20am

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So the Dems can gloat a bit in the failure of the repeal...but let's see if they can do the right thing and work with the GOP and at least try to fix what is wrong with ACA...or will they just gloat?

p.s., I might like the idea of enacting a repeal now, for 2-3 years down the line...allowing time to put together a new plan.  BUT...if a new plan isnt put in place, then the default is that everyone gets the same plan as congress. 
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Posted: Jul 18, 2017 - 6:21am

We can't muster enough votes (in our own party) to pass the Wedon'tcare Plan, but we MUST destroy the ACA at all costs! Because - Obama!
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