17 01 2017 08:01 | #1 /jamesleeds
06 01 2017 07:01 | #1 /jamesleeds
In polling, 75% of Trump supporters want to repeal Obamacare even though they are mostly the poor beneficiaries. If you ask the exact same question without calling it "Obamacare" that drops to 13%http://www.salon.com/2016/12/21/drain-the-swamp-of-all-those-p-c-liberals-turns-out-trumpers-dont-care-about-lobbyists-or-plutocrats/
Those fighting against the USs fledgling ability to catch up with the rest of the civilised world and look after people who are ill are able to keep popular support against it by reminding people it was proposed by a black man.
In Kentucky, they even rebranded it so that those in need would take it up: http://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2016/12/13/13848794/kentucky-obamacare-trump
It's only after reading comments against various Obamacare articles that I understand (though disagree) with the opposition to it from poor white Americans. The rebranding of ACA as "Obamacare" is a racist issue THAT makes it sound like healthcare for poor black people, paid for by increased premiums to wealthy whites.
This is a 198/trumpinauguration Ford Mustang with a 4.2L V8 petrol engine that produces 119bhp. My older, 1974 1.6L makes more than that.
Yes, have been thinking about gamification for a while. Probably something for the free version
18 01 2017 07:01 | #1 /brokencapitalism
Would require a similar transition period to the move from OS9 to OSX, with MS universal binary equivalents.