Obama is fighting his political Battle of the Somme, and we have the political momentum. Stick together. We can always argue after we win in 2016.
1984 came a little late–it waited until 2009, but either way Big Brother is here and Orwell would be impressed by the accuracy of his own vision of a future totalitarian hell. Feeling a need to update the names of our burgeoning government agencies to fit the profile of Obama’s dystopian nightmare which greets us in the new year, an ornery cabal of Tea Party friends and rowdy patriots came up with fresh monikers for the ministries of ick!
All the stupid American people said NO! They actually told me I couldn’t blow up Syria! I’m the president and I can do whatever I want! Well, maybe not. This is turning out to be a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year.
Washington, D.C., might be packed full of shady characters, but it hardly has a monopoly on these questionable personalities. We should be thankful, we supposed, because these folks keep us employed. Here are some of the top entries in Watchdog.org’s Scariest People of 2013 list:
“If people are not selecting the right plan for themselves, depending on how they need or expect to use the insurance for the upcoming year, it might affect their financial bottom line,” said Luis Chaves of the Pangea Financial Group, who closely follows health care-related issues.
Thanks to Obamacare, ‘hosurance’ is a thing
Two leftist groups in Colorado have highlighted the one major benefit of Obamacare for college kids: when you‘re done drinking yourself silly, you’ll have health coverage when you end up in the emergency room of your local hospital.
Polis also wrote to Colorado’s insurance commissioner asking why an average 40-year-old mountaintop resident would have to fork over $427.80 a month while counterparts in Denver would pay $296.41 for the same plan.
I have concluded that this legislation really has no intention of providing affordable health care choices. Instead it is a convenient cover for the most massive transfer of power to the Executive Branch of government that has ever occurred, or even been contemplated.