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Thread started 09/04/13 8:24pm

Timmy84

Huh? "Chain mail" states that "dhimmitude" (Muslim exception) is included in health care law

Hmm, I was on Facebook and I clicked through this link:

http://www.politifact.com...ts-muslim/

I'm skeptical of this claim because it came from a chain e-mail but it basically said that on page 107 of the Affordable Health Care Law that "dhimmitude" was included and that dhimmitude basically meant Muslims were exempt from paying for their healthcare.

Though the site that posted this (Politifact) states dhimmitude is NOT included in the health care law.

Though I question why Barack passed the law without Congress' approval and straight to the Supreme Court (which deemed the law to be constitutional), I have doubts about this claim. Besides, it came from a chain mail.

I don't believe it but what about you? hmmm

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Reply #1 posted 09/05/13 9:16am

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This is why Obamacare is so unpopular, misinformation, fear tactics, and outrageous lies. It's not the best system, but it's a sure lot better than what we had before or what Republicans were proposing (which was do nothing)

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Reply #2 posted 09/05/13 9:36am

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Timmy84 said:

Hmm, I was on Facebook and I clicked through this link:

http://www.politifact.com...ts-muslim/

I'm skeptical of this claim because it came from a chain e-mail but it basically said that on page 107 of the Affordable Health Care Law that "dhimmitude" was included and that dhimmitude basically meant Muslims were exempt from paying for their healthcare.

Though the site that posted this (Politifact) states dhimmitude is NOT included in the health care law.

Though I question why Barack passed the law without Congress' approval and straight to the Supreme Court (which deemed the law to be constitutional), I have doubts about this claim. Besides, it came from a chain mail.

I don't believe it but what about you? hmmm


Why are you "skeptical" of this claim when the site you link to shows the claim is an outright lie?

President Obama did not "pass this law without Congress' approval." Why would you think that?

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Reply #3 posted 09/05/13 9:43am

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Efan said:

Timmy84 said:

Hmm, I was on Facebook and I clicked through this link:

http://www.politifact.com...ts-muslim/

I'm skeptical of this claim because it came from a chain e-mail but it basically said that on page 107 of the Affordable Health Care Law that "dhimmitude" was included and that dhimmitude basically meant Muslims were exempt from paying for their healthcare.

Though the site that posted this (Politifact) states dhimmitude is NOT included in the health care law.

Though I question why Barack passed the law without Congress' approval and straight to the Supreme Court (which deemed the law to be constitutional), I have doubts about this claim. Besides, it came from a chain mail.

I don't believe it but what about you? hmmm


Why are you "skeptical" of this claim when the site you link to shows the claim is an outright lie?

President Obama did not "pass this law without Congress' approval." Why would you think that?


Great questions, Efan.

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Reply #4 posted 09/05/13 10:24am

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RodeoSchro said:

Efan said:


Why are you "skeptical" of this claim when the site you link to shows the claim is an outright lie?

President Obama did not "pass this law without Congress' approval." Why would you think that?


Great questions, Efan.

I was about to ask the same thing! lol

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Reply #5 posted 09/05/13 10:37am

RodeoSchro

SupaFunkyOrgangrinderSexy said:

RodeoSchro said:


Great questions, Efan.

I was about to ask the same thing! lol


If Timmy has a source that points to the exact page on which this "dhimmitude" is listed, I wonder why he didn't just Google a copy of the law, go to that page, and see if the claim was true?

I just did - took two minutes. No mention of "dhimmitude" on page 107, or any other page.

http://housedocs.house.go...acacon.pdf

This is the level of sloppy posting that just really disappoints me. I would think people would know at least to check sources - especially when the "chain mail" tells them exactly where to go!

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Reply #6 posted 09/05/13 10:52am

Timmy84

Efan said:

Timmy84 said:

Hmm, I was on Facebook and I clicked through this link:

http://www.politifact.com...ts-muslim/

I'm skeptical of this claim because it came from a chain e-mail but it basically said that on page 107 of the Affordable Health Care Law that "dhimmitude" was included and that dhimmitude basically meant Muslims were exempt from paying for their healthcare.

Though the site that posted this (Politifact) states dhimmitude is NOT included in the health care law.

Though I question why Barack passed the law without Congress' approval and straight to the Supreme Court (which deemed the law to be constitutional), I have doubts about this claim. Besides, it came from a chain mail.

I don't believe it but what about you? hmmm


Why are you "skeptical" of this claim when the site you link to shows the claim is an outright lie?

President Obama did not "pass this law without Congress' approval." Why would you think that?

Skeptical to why people were reading chain letters. I'm surprised no one got a virus from getting that letter "confirming" anything that excludes Muslims from anything related to health care. lol

That's all.

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