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More evidence of what a lying sack of putrid shit obama is (as if anymore was really needed):

 

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In politics today, the terms “lie” and “liar” tend to be used far too casually. If a politician makes a mistake, says something that later turns out to be incorrect, or even says something we disagree with, we all too quickly break out the “L” word. But President Obama’s promise that “if you like your health-care plan, you’ll be able to keep your health-care plan,period” really does amount to deliberate dishonesty.

 

The president has now apologized —sort of — for misleading people. But such protestations would be far more credible if the president and his administration didn’t continue saying things that are, let us generously say, inaccurate. For example:

 

It’s the insurance companies’ fault.

 

The Obama administration continues to suggest that it’s not the health-care law that is causing people to lose their current plan, but rather unscrupulous insurance companies, which are canceling plans for reasons unrelated to Obamacare.

 

That’s nonsense. The genesis of the cancellations start with the law’s individual and employer mandates. If the government is going to require you to buy or provide insurance, then it must define what is and is not insurance. This is only logical. If a person could theoretically pay $1 for an insurance plan with a $10 million deductible, it would defeat the whole purpose of the mandate.

Many of the benefits that Obamacare requires are already included in nearly all insurance plans, such as outpatient care, emergency-room treatment, hospitalization, and laboratory tests. Others, however, are less common: maternity and newborn care, mental-health and substance-abuse treatment, prescription drugs, rehabilitative and habilitative services, a wide variety of preventative and wellness services, chronic-disease management, pediatric services, and dental and vision care for children.

 

It is true that, as the president says, those individuals and businesses who had insurance prior to March 23, 2010, are “grandfathered in,” meaning they theoretically do not have to change their current insurance to meet the new minimum benefit. However, if there has been any “substantial change,” whether instigated by insurers by or the purchaser, to the plan after March 2010, or there is any such change in the future, the plan loses its grandfathered status and can no longer be sold by the insurer.

 

The law did not specify what would be considered a substantial change, but the Department of Health and Human Services subsequently issued regulations defining substantial change as cutting or reducing benefits, raising co-pays by more than $5 (or the rate of medical inflation), increasing deductibles over a certain threshold, lowering employer contributions, or raising coinsurance charges.

 

Such minor changes are a normal part of the insurance-renewal process. Previously, they would have gone essentially unnoticed by consumers. Today, they force a wholesale redesign of the policy. Insurers may be technically responsible for the cancellations, but their hands are forced by the law.

 

Moreover, in some localities — notably California, Idaho, Kentucky, Vermont, Virginia, and the District of Columbia — insurance companies were actually prohibited from participating in the state insurance exchanges unless they agreed to immediately cancel all non-ACA-compliant insurance plans sold in the state. As a spokesman for California’s Anthem Blue Cross explained, “In order to participate in Covered California as a qualified health plan, the contract required us to cancel non-ACA-compliant plans on December 31.”

 

The cancellations will affect only a small number of people, those who buy individual policies.

 

In making this claim, the president focuses on the individual market, which he accurately notes covers about 5 percent of Americans. Still, that is about 14 to 15 million people. So far, as of mid November, roughly 4.8 million individual insurance plans have been canceled, with most estimates suggesting that as many as 10 million will eventually lose their current coverage.

 

But the same conditions that are causing the cancellation of individual policies will eventually result in the cancellation of millions of employment-based policies as well. The only reason that hasn’t happened yet is that the employer mandate was postponed for a year, so employer plans don’t yet have to be ACA-compliant. But they will. Even the Congressional Budget Office estimates that as many as 20 million workers will lose their current employer-sponsored plans. Combine that with those losing individual plans, and more than 30 million Americans cannot keep their current insurance.

 

It could be far more. As Avik Roy of the Manhattan Institute points out, some 51 percent of the employer-based insurance market will lose grandfathered status and need to make changes to comply with Obamacare provisions. That could mean that, in total, as many as 93 million will lose their insurance. That’s not exactly “a few.”

 

The policies being canceled are “substandard,” offering few if any real benefits.

No doubt some of the canceled policies really did offer few benefits. For example, the roughly 106,000 mini-med policies discontinued in New Jersey did not provide coverage for outpatient drugs, prenatal care, or ambulance services, and covered only $700 per year for doctor visits. But there is no evidence that most canceled plans offered so little protection.

 

According to HealthPocket, a health-insurance consulting firm, fewer than 2 percent of individual plans on offer today meet all ACA requirements. The most frequent reason for noncompliance was not a failure to cover hospitalization, as the administration has suggested, but not providing pediatric care, including vision and dental care for children. A worthwhile benefit, perhaps, but if you are childless, it’s hard to see how lacking such a benefit makes your policy subpar.

 

As for employer plans, mini-med plans such as those in New Jersey make up less than 1 percent of plans. Most employer plans fail Obamacare compliance simply because they do not offer one or more of the ACA-specified benefits, such as maternity care or alcohol rehabilitation.

There may well be actuarial and “pooling” arguments for why such benefits should be part of insurance plans, but that doesn’t mean teetotalers forced to change plans because their current policy does not cover alcohol-rehabilitation services found their plan inadequate.

 

You will get a better and cheaper plan instead.

 

Having reluctantly admitted that some people will not be able to keep their current plans, the administration fell back to claim that customers will get even better plans to replace them — not just better, but cheaper too. (No doubt they will also throw in a set of Ginsu steak knives.)

 

Of course “better” is a subjective term. Certainly many of the new plans will be more comprehensive, offering benefits that were not included in the canceled plans — but if those benefits are useless to the customer, it’s a stretch.

 

People also might not consider a plan better if it no longer provides coverage for their current doctor. Changing insurance plans, even at the same employer, means a new network of covered providers; not every plan includes every doctor. But the problem is more pronounced for those forced to buy a new plan through an exchange. Insurance plans available on the exchanges — and in most states the number of insurers providing them is extremely limited — have been rapidly dropping doctors and hospitals from their networks.

 

As for “cheaper,” that’s even more debatable. Additional benefits generally come with a higher cost. For those receiving their insurance through work, some of the increased cost may be passed along directly to the employees in the form of higher premium contributions. Other costs may be initially borne by the employers but offset through lower wages.

 

Those who must buy insurance through exchanges will, of course, have some of the increased cost shifted to taxpayers through federal subsidies. However, even with those subsidies many, especially middle- and upper-income earners, may find themselves paying more. (Subsidies begin to phase out rapidly above 250 percent of the poverty line.)

 

So not quite cheaper and better after all.

 

He meant it when he said it.

 

Somehow the president continues to insist that he really was telling the truth when he promised that you could keep your plan — dozens of times — and is just as shocked as anyone else to find out that you can’t. This, despite the fact that his aides debated, both publicly and privately, about whether or not he should say something so demonstrably untrue. When you start lying about your lies, there really is a problem.

 

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LEEKY LUIKIE LIAR, OBAMA ISSA LIAR, A BIG FAT LIAR! I CAN'T SHOW WHERE HE LIED, I CAN'T PROVE IT, OR SUPPORT IT, BUT HE'S A LIAR!!! PAY ATTENTION TO ME, I'M AN ATTENTION WHORE AND WILL TAKE WHATEVER ATTENTION I CAN GIT WILL I NIGHTHAWK THE GREAT THE ATTENTIONWHORE AND OBAMA IS A LIAR HE IS, A LYING NEGRO CHIEF EXEC I SWEARYWEAR!

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A subject that is ignored by many is the bronze plan that a lot of poorer people will be forced to get. The Democrats love to say that many people with the bad policies went bankrupt. The Bronze plans will do that extremely well. it has a 40% deductible and a $12,500 yearly deductible. That will turn most poor into bankruptcy if anything serious happens.

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All plans got grandfathered in. If you had one, you could keep it. He didnt lie. If you bought one after that, it had to meet the standards. Who's dumb enough to think buying a plan post-ACA would not have to meet the standard? Apparently 5% who are extremely dumb. Mostly nutjobs. You could keep your plan purchased pre-ACA. Can anyone argue against that?

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None of these now long in the tooth craybaby rants about the ACA are going to make people vote for the TEApublicans Party of No that wrecked many tens of millions of lives in one years time in 2007-2008 who then did nothing to help people they destroyed, but bent over to suck off every CEO in existence.

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All plans got grandfathered in. If you had one, you could keep it. He didnt lie. If you bought one after that, it had to meet the standards. Who's dumb enough to think buying a plan post-ACA would not have to meet the standard? Apparently 5% who are extremely dumb. Mostly nutjobs. You could keep your plan purchased pre-ACA. Can anyone argue against that?

Why is reading comprehension such a difficult thing you fucking morons? Do you not realize there are probably some adult literacy classes in your area? As the article above very clearly explains-

 

 

It is true that, as the president says, those individuals and businesses who had insurance prior to March 23, 2010, are “grandfathered in,” meaning they theoretically do not have to change their current insurance to meet the new minimum benefit. However, if there has been any “substantial change,” whether instigated by insurers by or the purchaser, to the plan after March 2010, or there is any such change in the future, the plan loses its grandfathered status and can no longer be sold by the insurer.

 

The law did not specify what would be considered a substantial change, but the Department of Health and Human Services subsequently issued regulations defining substantial change as cutting or reducing benefits, raising co-pays by more than $5 (or the rate of medical inflation), increasing deductibles over a certain threshold, lowering employer contributions, or raising coinsurance charges.

 

Such minor changes are a normal part of the insurance-renewal process. Previously, they would have gone essentially unnoticed by consumers. Today, they force a wholesale redesign of the policy. Insurers may be technically responsible for the cancellations, but their hands are forced by the law.

 

Moreover, in some localities — notably California, Idaho, Kentucky, Vermont, Virginia, and the District of Columbia — insurance companies were actually prohibited from participating in the state insurance exchanges unless they agreed to immediately cancel all non-ACA-compliant insurance plans sold in the state. As a spokesman for California’s Anthem Blue Cross explained, “In order to participate in Covered California as a qualified health plan, the contract required us to cancel non-ACA-compliant plans on December 31.”

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That was the state's decision to cancel them. The fed should not dictate what the states should do. I'm sure you agree. My facts stand and your post confirms my position.

Whether it was the state or federal government is not relevant. The fact is, these people lost their insurance BECAUSE OF OBAMACARE. If that law had never been passed, the overwhelmingly vast majority of them would still have their insurance today (yes, I know some policies are cancelled each year for other reasons). Therefore, obama lied. Period.

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"As a spokesman for California’s Anthem Blue Cross explained, “In order to participate in Covered California as a qualified health plan, the contract required us to cancel non-ACA-compliant plans on December 31.”

 

I assume what the spoksman was referring to was the plans purchased after the rollout of the ACA. I believe the law specifically stated that all plans held prior to March of 2010 would be grandfathered in. Like I said earlier, there were about 5% of our population dumb enough to buy a plan post-ACA and assume they didn't have to meet the standards, and the large majority of these 5% are nutjobs.

 

I'll eat crow if there were people that were misled. (ie had a plan pre-ACA and couldn't keep it because of the law)

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"As a spokesman for California’s Anthem Blue Cross explained, “In order to participate in Covered California as a qualified health plan, the contract required us to cancel non-ACA-compliant plans on December 31.”

 

I assume what the spoksman was referring to was the plans purchased after the rollout of the ACA.

Where on earth are you getting that idea? It very clearly says they must "cancel non-ACA-compliant plans", with no mention whatsoever of when those plans were purchased or created.

 

I believe the law specifically stated that all plans held prior to March of 2010 would be grandfathered in.

And they were only allowed to stay "grandfathered" as long as they made no changes to the plan, which is obviously not going to last for long in an industry that makes changes all the time. No one with a brain would have figured that such a status could last for more than a few years, at most, even if an insurance company tried as hard as they could to make no changes.

 

Like I said earlier, there were about 5% of our population dumb enough to buy a plan post-ACA and assume they didn't have to meet the standards, and the large majority of these 5% are nutjobs.

Lol... are you actually trying to argue that the 5% that are losing their plans ALL just purchased this insurance in the last few years? You cannot be that clueless...

 

I'll eat crow if there were people that were misled. (ie had a plan pre-ACA and couldn't keep it because of the law)

Where the hell have you been? There are stories all over the damn news and internet of people that had a plan since pre-ACA and have lost it because of the law. For one example of many, here are a couple of dipshit obama loyalists that are getting exactly what their retarded fucking asses deserve- Link.

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Where on earth are you getting that idea? It very clearly says they must "cancel non-ACA-compliant plans", with no mention whatsoever of when those plans were purchased or created.

 

And they were only allowed to stay "grandfathered" as long as they made no changes to the plan, which is obviously not going to last for long in an industry that makes changes all the time. No one with a brain would have figured that such a status could last for more than a few years, at most, even if an insurance company tried as hard as they could to make no changes.

 

Lol... are you actually trying to argue that the 5% that are losing their plans ALL just purchased this insurance in the last few years? You cannot be that clueless...

 

Where the hell have you been? There are stories all over the damn news and internet of people that had a plan since pre-ACA and have lost it because of the law. For one example of many, here are a couple of dipshit obama loyalists that are getting exactly what their retarded fucking asses deserve- Link.

I read it quickly, but I don't believe that plan was grandfathered. Keep trying. And yes, the insurance industry made changes all the time, to screw us. That's the point of the ACA! You don't realize it yet, but you're making a compelling argument for Obamacare! Stability and real insurance is on the way, baby!
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All plans got grandfathered in. If you had one, you could keep it. He didnt lie. If you bought one after that, it had to meet the standards. Who's dumb enough to think buying a plan post-ACA would not have to meet the standard? Apparently 5% who are extremely dumb. Mostly nutjobs. You could keep your plan purchased pre-ACA. Can anyone argue against that?

What a load of lying bullshit. One of the 'standards' is that the premium for the 'grandfathered' plan could NEVER increase even as the cost of providing that service would surely increase. barry and you dims knew there was no way any private insurance plan could do that. Freaking idiots.

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What a load of lying bullshit. One of the 'standards' is that the premium for the 'grandfathered' plan could NEVER increase even as the cost of providing that service would surely increase. barry and you dims knew there was no way any private insurance plan could do that. Freaking idiots.

 

Link please. I'll eat crow if you can prove that.

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The only plans that were not grandfathered in due to rate changes are the ones that substantially screwed the consumer. The nutjobs are so delusional that they attack Obamacare for the parts that protect us from getting bent over. Weaktit effort. Try again.

 

https://www.healthcare.gov/what-if-i-have-a-grandfathered-health-plan/

 

"Grandfathered plans are those that were in existence on March 23, 2010 and haven’t been changed in ways that substantially cut benefits or increase costs for consumers. Insurers must notify consumers with these policies that they have a grandfathered plan."

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The only plans that were not grandfathered in due to rate changes are the ones that substantially screwed the consumer. The nutjobs are so delusional that they attack Obamacare for the parts that protect us from getting bent over. Weaktit effort. Try again.

 

https://www.healthcare.gov/what-if-i-have-a-grandfathered-health-plan/

 

"Grandfathered plans are those that were in existence on March 23, 2010 and haven’t been changed in ways that substantially cut benefits or increase costs for consumers. Insurers must notify consumers with these policies that they have a grandfathered plan."

You're wrong. No plan could be grandfathered if the cost of that plan changed by more than 5%.

 

How to How to Lose Grandfathered Status

• Significantly cut or reduce benefits (for example, by no longer covering certain diseases or

conditions).

• Raise co-insurance charges (the percentage you pay of a hospital bill or other charge).

• Significantly raise co-payments:

o “Significantly” here means the greater of $5 (adjusted annually for medical inflation) OR

a percentage equal to medical inflation plus 15 percentage points. Medical inflation has

generally risen between 4% and 5% in recent years. Assuming medical inflation trends

continue, this would mean an increase of 19% to 20% between 2010 and 2011.

o Example: If your co-pay was $20 in 2010, but rose to $26 in 2011, your plan would lose

grandfathered status.

• Raise deductibles more than medical inflation plus 15 percentage points:

o If medical inflation trends continue, your deductible can’t rise more than 20% between

2010 and 2011.

• Lower the employer’s percentage of the premium by more than 5%:

o Example: Right now, your employer pays 80% of your premium, and you pay 20%. If your

employer’s contribution is lowered to 74% of the premium while employees pay 26%, the

plan loses grandfathered status.

• Impose a new annual coverage limit, or lower an existing annual limit.

http://www.aft.org/pdfs/issues/healthreform/ACA_grandfathering2013.pdf

 

Get that? If your copay increases by $5, you lose your plan.

 

Millions of people have been cancelled because of Obama care.

That wasn't an accident, it was planned. Just ask Senator Gillibrand who admitted that on a Sunday talk show last weekend.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand: 'We all knew' Obama's health care pledge wasn't accurate

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The only plans that were not grandfathered in due to rate changes are the ones that substantially screwed the consumer. The nutjobs are so delusional that they attack Obamacare for the parts that protect us from getting bent over. Weaktit effort. Try again.

 

https://www.healthcare.gov/what-if-i-have-a-grandfathered-health-plan/

 

"Grandfathered plans are those that were in existence on March 23, 2010 and haven’t been changed in ways that substantially cut benefits or increase costs for consumers. Insurers must notify consumers with these policies that they have a grandfathered plan."

What kind of koolaid are you drinking??? Sibelius was caught in a lie about that. She was trying to say that maybe a 15% raise would be allowed. Then a Republican asked her if it was true that a raise of 1$ would kill a plan and she shot back that it was $5. The Republican said that was for the person getting the plan but the spouse was $1. She never answered. From about 15% to $5 and $1. Caught in a lie. It also turned out that she had the regulations written that ANY CHANGE WOULD NULLIFY IT. The 2010 July Federal Register estimated how many would lost their coverage because of the regulations. 85% of independent policies, 65% of small business policies and 40% of big business policies. That might get to as much as 129 million policies.

 

When the business policies start dropping there will be a huge outcry. What is happening now is small potatoes/

 

How would you like to get a bronze plan. 40% deductible per visit and $12,500 deductible for the year. That is done in 12 installments of $1042 per month. Great plan to go bankrupt with if you have a long term expensive problem.

 

That was the state's decision to cancel them. The fed should not dictate what the states should do. I'm sure you agree. My facts stand and your post confirms my position.

The cancellations were done because of ACA regulations as predicted in the 2010 July Federal Register.

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I have spent a lot of time bashing gay people. I obsess on them all my waking hours.

I mean, I hate gays really badly... but I am beginning to realize that maybe it's because I am ashamed of being gay myself.

Hitler hated Jews because he was one, and he was ashamed of it (his grandfather was a Jew).

I'm beginning to think that maybe I am gay. I mean, I know I am, but I just don't want to admit it.

I mean, c'mon... who am I fooling? Anybody who hates and attacks a group of people as mercilessly as I do has to have some internalized shame over something, right?

When I troll gays, I am trolling and shaming myself because I am gay.

There, I said it. I came clean. I am facing reality now instead of being ashamed of it.

Are you happy now?

I am!!!

In fact, I feel downright gay about it!!!

:P


I have spent a lot of time bashing gay people. I obsess on them all my waking hours.

I mean, I hate gays really badly... but I am beginning to realize that maybe it's because I am ashamed of being gay myself.

Hitler hated Jews because he was one, and he was ashamed of it (his grandfather was a Jew).

I'm beginning to think that maybe I am gay. I mean, I know I am, but I just don't want to admit it.

I mean, c'mon... who am I fooling? Anybody who hates and attacks a group of people as mercilessly as I do has to have some internalized shame over something, right?

When I troll gays, I am trolling and shaming myself because I am gay.

There, I said it. I came clean. I am facing reality now instead of being ashamed of it.

Are you happy now?

I am!!!

In fact, I feel downright gay about it!!!

:P


I have spent a lot of time bashing gay people. I obsess on them all my waking hours.

I mean, I hate gays really badly... but I am beginning to realize that maybe it's because I am ashamed of being gay myself.

Hitler hated Jews because he was one, and he was ashamed of it (his grandfather was a Jew).

I'm beginning to think that maybe I am gay. I mean, I know I am, but I just don't want to admit it.

I mean, c'mon... who am I fooling? Anybody who hates and attacks a group of people as mercilessly as I do has to have some internalized shame over something, right?

When I troll gays, I am trolling and shaming myself because I am gay.

There, I said it. I came clean. I am facing reality now instead of being ashamed of it.

Are you happy now?

I am!!!

In fact, I feel downright gay about it!!!

:P


I have spent a lot of time bashing gay people. I obsess on them all my waking hours.

I mean, I hate gays really badly... but I am beginning to realize that maybe it's because I am ashamed of being gay myself.

Hitler hated Jews because he was one, and he was ashamed of it (his grandfather was a Jew).

I'm beginning to think that maybe I am gay. I mean, I know I am, but I just don't want to admit it.

I mean, c'mon... who am I fooling? Anybody who hates and attacks a group of people as mercilessly as I do has to have some internalized shame over something, right?

When I troll gays, I am trolling and shaming myself because I am gay.

There, I said it. I came clean. I am facing reality now instead of being ashamed of it.

Are you happy now?

I am!!!

In fact, I feel downright gay about it!!!

:P


BUMP

 

I have spent a lot of time bashing gay people. I obsess on them all my waking hours.

I mean, I hate gays really badly... but I am beginning to realize that maybe it's because I am ashamed of being gay myself.

Hitler hated Jews because he was one, and he was ashamed of it (his grandfather was a Jew).

I'm beginning to think that maybe I am gay. I mean, I know I am, but I just don't want to admit it.

I mean, c'mon... who am I fooling? Anybody who hates and attacks a group of people as mercilessly as I do has to have some internalized shame over something, right?

When I troll gays, I am trolling and shaming myself because I am gay.

There, I said it. I came clean. I am facing reality now instead of being ashamed of it.

Are you happy now?

I am!!!

In fact, I feel downright gay about it!!!

:P

 

I have spent a lot of time bashing gay people. I obsess on them all my waking hours.

I mean, I hate gays really badly... but I am beginning to realize that maybe it's because I am ashamed of being gay myself.

Hitler hated Jews because he was one, and he was ashamed of it (his grandfather was a Jew).

I'm beginning to think that maybe I am gay. I mean, I know I am, but I just don't want to admit it.

I mean, c'mon... who am I fooling? Anybody who hates and attacks a group of people as mercilessly as I do has to have some internalized shame over something, right?

When I troll gays, I am trolling and shaming myself because I am gay.

There, I said it. I came clean. I am facing reality now instead of being ashamed of it.

Are you happy now?

I am!!!

In fact, I feel downright gay about it!!!

:P

 

I have spent a lot of time bashing gay people. I obsess on them all my waking hours.

I mean, I hate gays really badly... but I am beginning to realize that maybe it's because I am ashamed of being gay myself.

Hitler hated Jews because he was one, and he was ashamed of it (his grandfather was a Jew).

I'm beginning to think that maybe I am gay. I mean, I know I am, but I just don't want to admit it.

I mean, c'mon... who am I fooling? Anybody who hates and attacks a group of people as mercilessly as I do has to have some internalized shame over something, right?

When I troll gays, I am trolling and shaming myself because I am gay.

There, I said it. I came clean. I am facing reality now instead of being ashamed of it.

Are you happy now?

I am!!!

In fact, I feel downright gay about it!!!

:P

 

I have spent a lot of time bashing gay people. I obsess on them all my waking hours.

I mean, I hate gays really badly... but I am beginning to realize that maybe it's because I am ashamed of being gay myself.

Hitler hated Jews because he was one, and he was ashamed of it (his grandfather was a Jew).

I'm beginning to think that maybe I am gay. I mean, I know I am, but I just don't want to admit it.

I mean, c'mon... who am I fooling? Anybody who hates and attacks a group of people as mercilessly as I do has to have some internalized shame over something, right?

When I troll gays, I am trolling and shaming myself because I am gay.

There, I said it. I came clean. I am facing reality now instead of being ashamed of it.

Are you happy now?

I am!!!

In fact, I feel downright gay about it!!!

:P

 

I have spent a lot of time bashing gay people. I obsess on them all my waking hours.

I mean, I hate gays really badly... but I am beginning to realize that maybe it's because I am ashamed of being gay myself.

Hitler hated Jews because he was one, and he was ashamed of it (his grandfather was a Jew).

I'm beginning to think that maybe I am gay. I mean, I know I am, but I just don't want to admit it.

I mean, c'mon... who am I fooling? Anybody who hates and attacks a group of people as mercilessly as I do has to have some internalized shame over something, right?

When I troll gays, I am trolling and shaming myself because I am gay.

There, I said it. I came clean. I am facing reality now instead of being ashamed of it.

Are you happy now?

I am!!!

In fact, I feel downright gay about it!!!

:P

 

BUMP!

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