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Monday, August 31, 2009
This wonderful YouTube video fisks one of the worst (and most condescending) YouTube videos in favor of socialized medicine
I would add a few points:
1) The idea that Medicare is efficient is a pure canard—a creation of deceptive book-keeping, price controls and a lack of necessary administration.
2) What is it with liberals and the post office lately? Obama mentioned it too. Did they miss the memo about how in debt it is?
3) The fire insurance analogy is incredibly stupid because we have fire insurance. Everyone who owns a home and has a mortgage has to insure the home against fire. In fact, the home insurance market works far better than the health insurance market because it is not following the unsustainable “comprephensive insurance” model that pays for everything out of the pool.
OK OK OK. He’s not gibbering about home insurance but a mythical insurance that would pay firefighters for extinguishing your home. But even that’s stupid because fighting a fire is a much much simpler process than healing the sick. It’s usually clear what the problem with the fire is (it’s, um, burning). That’s not the case with sick people. While fires can do unexpected things, they’re far more predictable than people. Fireman are trying to stop something while doctors are trying to keep something going. And if you put out a fire, it doesn’t restart itself years later by eating too much flammable food, not getting any exercise and not taking it’s God-damned prescriptions.
Anyway, enjoy the video.
(H/T: Hot Air)
PS - Speaking of fire, historic Mt. Wilson Observatory may not last the night. It’s right in the path of the Station Fire. You can see the tower cam here. At this time (1:30 AM ET), it looks almost like hell, with the night lit up orange. It will be a great loss to history if this wonderful observatory is destroyed. I won’t ask you to pray for it; it’s a damned building. Save your prayers for the incredibly brave men and women who are fighting this thing with everything they’ve got. Pray that they get this thing under control before it kills. I will, however ask you to hope.
Sunday, August 30, 2009
Blood For Oil
The dirty little secret of Europen’s policy on the Middle East is that oil concerns tend to dwarf everything. The imperative is to not piss OPEC off and risk recreating the embargo of the 70’s. But this is a step beyond even that.
If the accusations are borne out—and the paper of the people who actually do run the country makes a good case—I have to think this is the final nail in Labour’s coffin. Te decision to release Megrahi was unpopular at best. But releasing a mass murderer for oil? Only evil Bushes are supposed to do that.
The other day I pointed out in this post that with the collectivist government takeover agenda was going the way of the Titanic as people finally woke up and realize that the Obama healthcare reform movement was nothing but the usual politicians trying to grab the trillions of healthcare dollars and the healthcare decision making process to create a new bureaucracy that would drastically increase their power and control of our lives, not to mention lay the ground work for these crooked politicians to stay in power perpetually, and that that the WH was looking to distract us all from their disastrous policies by throwing some red meat to the nutroots. That post came on the heels of this one in which I was arguing that Obama and his people were trying to convince us that they were doing something different than what was done under Bush, by doing even more. Of course, the usual people came forth and attacked on both posts me for daring to say this kind of stuff and pointing out that all this posturing had nothing to do with either a desire to either enforce law or correct a problem - let’s face it, actions speak louder than words, and democrats can not really care much for the law, despite what they claim, when both the Congressional Ethics Committee and the Justice Department keep dropping a slew of cases where the crimes are clear cut and the crooks are democrats - and eventually the topic got to the whole “they were tortured” and “torture never works” ordeal.
I have gotten tired arguing with people that want us all to believe such weak ass thing as sleep deprivation, second hand smoke, playing loud music, threatening someone with bodily harm, pretending to torture or kill someone else to scare a vile terrorist, or even the use of the weak water boarding method in question, are torture. I know why they need it to be torture, but that’s for all intents or purposes irrelevant in the grand scheme of things. The point is that I pointed out that in the few instances that the harshest interrogation methods – the ones that drive the left batshit – were use, they worked. I was immediately attacked and ridiculed for daring to say so. They carried the usual water for the WH, the Pelosi Congress, the MSM propagandists, and the nutty BSD infected left and accused me of lying for pointing out that the WH had cravenly only declassified documentation that would allow them to pretend that there was criminal activity and it had not done much. When I pointed out that this could all be settled by declassifying the documents Cheney had asked for because there was proof it had worked, I was made fun off and compared to a soothsayer. Well, read them and weep:
Read the story. KSM literally spilled the beans. Heck, he even detailed his childhood for the CIA interrogators! Don’t take my word for it. Over the next few days I see this whole thing turning ugly for the WH, as the American people find out that democrats are not only politicizing our security – for the umpteenth time – again, but actively trying to revert from fighting the GWoT as a war, which has literally prevented another attack against us on our soil, to treating terrorism as a make-work program for lawyers and courts. I don’t think I need to remind anyone how well that worked for us before and how that ended up, right?
The left has a need to stick it to Bush. To demonize the GWoT. To make the US the bad guy in this whole affair. They want it to go away or at a minimum disappear from people’s conscious minds. But the one thing I think this inquisition by Holder and the WH will succeed in doing, is reminding the American public which party did its best to try and make us lose a war, and is still trying to help the people that want to kill us all out. They might have thought this whole thing would work in their favor, but it will be their poison pill in the end.
Cross posted at Wasting time with Alex
Posted by AlexinCT on 08/30/09 at 05:47 PM in Health Care Left Wing Idiocy The Press Machine War on Terror/Axis of Evil • (0) Trackbacks • Permalink •
What’s Good For Mattel Is Good For America
I’ve blogged several times about the CPSIA, the act that attempts to get rid of lead in our toys by crippling small businesses with mandatory laboratory testing of all product lines. I noted many times that Big Business loved this law. They can eat the costs of testing their product lines; thrift stores and yard sales and small workshops—all of which are subject to CPSIA—can not.
It gets worse:
Mattel was the source of the lead toy scare, one of the principle agents pushing for the passage of CPSIA and one of the biggest impediments toward making common-sense exceptions for small businesses. In principle, I have no problem with internal testing. But I do have a problem when the biggest sinner in the business is given a special dispensation that will not be afforded to less powerful businesses.
People sometimes ask me why conservatives (and many liberals, to be honest) are so angry about the direction this country has taken. After all, it’s not like we have gulags and firing squads. I think the media and our politicians fail to see how aggravating this death-by-a-thousand-cuts is. It’s not just that an onerous law has been passed that will kneecap small business to the advantage of big ones. It’s everything. We could sit here and recite a thousand acts of government—from bailouts to healthcare—that are canted exclusively to the advantage of monied powerful interests. And every single one, like CPSIA, has been sold as being good for us.
Posted by Hal_10000 on 08/30/09 at 05:39 PM in Politics Law, & Economics • (0) Trackbacks • Permalink •
Saturday, August 29, 2009
Obama’s “Read my lips!” moment in the making?
Who can forget George Bush Sr.’s promise “Read my lips, no new taxes!”, and how the democrats turned that against him back in 1989? With democrats in charge of congress and able to ram through the taxes, he was set up and taken down by their shrewd manipulations and machinations. Not making excuses for the guy: I was always lukewarm about him personally. But the fact is that he was had by democrats that used deficit spending to force an unbalanced budget and a economic slump to make him eat crow. Fast forward a couple of decades and now we have a democrat that won the WH on what I am certain was the most effective and deceptive campaign of distorted facts, vague promises of positive changes and hope, fiscal responsibility, and a hard promise not to raise taxes on anyone making less than $250K.
We already know that the distorted facts continue to be passed off as truths, and that the promise of fiscal responsibility must have been a joke. Only moonbats will argue the fact that Obama and his people plan to outright double our debt - at this pace, my guess is that it will be tripled - and are set to break all imaginable records of deficit spending, totally directed at expanding their power, and nothing else. Oh, the usual people blame Bush, defense spending, the GWoT, and everything but these democrats, but people that prefer facts over bull know Obama’s people have taken what they got from Bush and have exponentially made it worse, defense and GWoT war money is a drop in the bucket when you are about to flush away a projected $9 to $15 trillion plus, and that there is nobody to blame for this fiscal meltdown but the democrats. Not much “Hope” these days for the future, and many people are now certain that when these democrats talk about change, what they are referring to is what they plan to leave in our wallets after they rob us of all they can.
Our taxes are going up, even though it is done by hiding them in such disgusting “Rob Peter to pay Paul – after taking a hefty commission for themselves, of course – scams” as the ridiculous and criminal “Cap & Tax” schemes. Let us not forget the massive taxes around the government takeover of the healthcare dollars, a full 1/6th of our current economy, based on lies about first healthcare, and now insurance reform - a patent and blatant attempt to garner support for their scam by tapping into a manufactured public dissatisfaction with insurance, is also vanishing fast – and sold as a measure to fix a crisis of the collectivist’s in government’s own making. Thank the powers that be this is also imploding fast as people figure out the scam. But the one thing that might be the nail in Obama and these collectivist’s coffins, is the fact that they have made things so bad that they will not be able to avoid people figuring out that they are going to have to raise taxes on the middle class to pay for their disastrous policies, as this article in the WaPo lays the ground work for.
During last year’s campaign, President Obama vowed to enact a bold agenda without raising taxes for the middle class, a pledge budget experts viewed with skepticism. Since then, a severe recession, massive deficits and a national debt that is swelling toward a 50-year high have only made his promise harder to keep. The Obama administration has insisted that the pledge will stand. But the president’s top economic advisers have refused to rule out broad-based tax increases to close the yawning gap between federal revenue and government spending and are warning of tough choices ahead.That’s because these democrats lied and planned to raise the taxes from the beginning, just like they lied about being fiscally disciplined. The middle class is about to get socked hard by the “party of the little guy” to pay for their government expansion. There simply are not enough rich people, well rich people that are not democrats with friends in congress and the WH to help them keep their huge piles of cash, to pay for even a fraction of their wasteful spending. The middle class is about to get shafted by the people that constantly tell them a tax cut is only great for the rich, not the. And Obama is going to have to deal with that consequences. I wonder if they will try to postpone this until after the 2012 elections though.
One more thing while we are on the subject of taxes. Speaking of rich democrat fat cats: how much will the Ted Kennedy estate pay in “death taxes”? That will be some story to cover. My guess is that Ted had already made preparations to shelter his family’s wealth from government confiscation of more than half of it at his passing. I doubt the MSM people will fulminate over the billions in taxes that the Feds will not collect from good old Teddy. I think this would make for one hot blog topic of its own as well. Guess I should research that story.
Cross posted at Wasting time with Alex
No Time To Lose
In 2004, there was a very real possibility that John Kerry would be elected President (no, I’m serious. Look it up.) At that time, Mitt Romney was Governor of Massachusetts and the Democratic legislature, terrified that he would appoint a Republican to succeed Kerry, passed a law requiring senators to replaced in a special election.
Well, that was then. This is now:
First of all—WTF, Massachusetts? 90% of your legislators are Democrats? And you wonder why your state has problems. Second, now you want to rewrite the law so that Obama can foist upon the nation the universal healthcare system that is bankrupting your state and has made Massachusetts the most expensive state in the nation in which to buy insurance? Is that the only way you can think of to keep businesses from fleeing your borders?
The Democrat are nothing if not consistently inconsistent. Every law and every court case and every regulation must be slanted to make sure they stay in power. Yeah, Republicans do similar things. But they’re not nearly as bad.
Posted by Hal_10000 on 08/29/09 at 08:04 AM in Politics Cult of Personality • (0) Trackbacks • Permalink •
Friday, August 28, 2009
Oh, That LIberal Media! Part 87
A trifecta of stories emerged today that show that the evil vile Fox News has nothing on the mainstream media in terms of bias.
First, do you remember the scandal where CBS used fake memos to prove that George Bush manipulated his way out of Vietnam? Turns out, that wasn’t the only thing wrong with that report:
Rather, incidentally, still stands by that story. At this point, the only rationale is that he was serving the Larger Truth that Bush had to be stopped.
OK, that’s one incident. But now we have a new pair of incident connected with healthcare. First, ABC and NBC are refusing to run an anti-Obamacare ad. It was ABC, you’ll remember, who happily aired Obama’s hour-long healthcare infomercial. ABC claims they won’t run the ad because it is partisan and NBC claims it makes unsubstantiated allegations. But apparently, by contrast, the Light of Truth shines out of Obama’s ass, so there’s no problem there.
Oh, but it gets even better. You know those polls that show how the healthcare plan has only 53% support? It turns out those polls may be slanted toward Obama.
I can understand the media’s frustration. They bet everything on Obama and he’s coming up short. His election was supposed to herald a wave of socialist expansion that would rival the New Deal or the Great Society. And the stupid crazy American people (see post below) aren’t going along with it. Clearly, they are misinformed. Clearly, it’s the media’s job to step in and make sure they understand just how wonderful all this stuff is, how much it’s going to improve our lives, how fast it’s going to move us to superior European models of governance.
Well, sorry bitches. You don’t control the game anymore. It’s the Blog Era. And that means everything you say will get dissected by a thousand laptops buzzing way, ripping your claims to shreds. Keep trying, though. It’s highly amusing.
Obama has a double standard
In June, the Honduran Congress acted to abate a unconstitutional act by the sitting president, Manuel Zelaya. The issue that brought this on was the attempt by Zelaya, to force a national vote to allow him to serve more than one term, as limited by the Constitution of Honduras. Under Honduran law only congress can call for a vote that changes the Constitution. Zelaya, blocked by congress, asked for assistance from the Democracy loving regime of Hugo Chavez. He provided the ballots and personal to Zelaya and his supporters to establish their own vote, in violation of the law. Congress, responded by asking him to stop, and in the end by authorizing the military to arrest Zelaya. He was removed and a new president was seated, as part of Honduran law.
Pretty straight forward right?
Every Leftist Leader in the region immediately condemned the action. And then so did President Barack Obama.
the only thing i can say is Mr. Obama you are a hypocrite!
Update:fixed my typing error.
Bring On the Crazy
O’Rourke has a gem today on the Washington Post’s breathless reporting that the Obama opponents are crazy right-wing nutters.
To the Obamanoids and their apologists, we are crazy. We’d have to be crazy to turn down free healthcare, to not see the wisdom in bailing out people with “real jobs”, to not realize that a drowning victim would think it was worth it. Only crazy people believe in self-defense. Only lunatics value community over state, charity over dependency and freedom over control. Only the whack-jobs look at a recently passed Senator and would conclude that a lifetime in power and wealth do not constitute a nobel sacrifice.
If what the Obama people want is considered sane, I am more than proud to wear the label of lunatic. I would much rather sit in the crazy tree with P.J. O’Rourke than at the sane table with the WaPo. Especially if PJ is bringing the drinks.
Posted by Hal_10000 on 08/28/09 at 10:47 AM in Politics Law, & Economics • (0) Trackbacks • Permalink •
Wierd Science? No, Real Science…
Looks like the Journal of Science has a new international study dealing with the impact of solar cycles on climate. You need to sign up to read the study. But I think the AGW crowd that always dismisses solar activity will not like the study’s observations and conclusions which are, and can also be found in this article in the Science Daily, referring to the Journal of Science article in question, and appropriately titled “Small Fluctuations In Solar Activity, Large Influence On Climate”, much. As people like me have been saying for the longest time: solar activity and the impact of all that energy and its fluctuations on our oceans, is the most, if not paramount and only non-marginal effect that affect climate and creates changes. But don’t take my word for it. Here is the study’s conclusion:
And before the usual cultists decide to denigrate the study by claiming it is the work of evil oil companies or their stooges, let me point out what this article says on that..
Now granted this is not consensus science, so some people will pretend it doesn’t exist, and with language like the quote below, dissing the existing consensus science models, I can see that some people will not like this study much,if at all.
And doubly so when people that want real science to influence the decision making process, are asking for a chance to debate the cultists. I know this is a direct response to the “Cap & Tax” bill in congress, but the fact is that this bill and what it does – not what the left pretends it does, but what it really accomplishes – proves the agenda is a government effort to steal even more money from the private sector, while giving itself even more arbitrary authority and power to decide which businesses, technologies, and future changes should be allowed to happen. We all know how well this government driven planning works. If you have doubts, I recommend you have a chat with Kim Jong Il, whose country still practices this kind of top down government controlled economic and social planning. Ask them how well it is going for them.
When asked for a comment, the high priest of the AGW cult, Al Gore, had this to say:
OK, it was not Al Gore saying this stuff, but the message is the same. There is still time to kill that “Cap & Tax” bill, and we should “encourage” our politicians to do so. Wonder if we will see the findings of this study reported in the media like we constantly see when one of the AGW cultists claims the sky is falling…
Cross posted at Wasting time with Alex
Posted by AlexinCT on 08/28/09 at 08:21 AM in Left Wing Idiocy Politics Law, & Economics Science and Technology The Press Machine • (0) Trackbacks • Permalink •
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Meet Obama’s healthcare advisor…
The democrats in this government’s plan to get their grubby hands on all the healthcare dollars - trillions of extra dollars for politicians to use in their vote buying schemes and the power over life & death decisions in the hands of bureaucrats that enhance these same politician’s power - will result in healthcare rationing. And the scary thing is the guy advising Obama on this stuff is one frightening bastard:
So there you have it. Doctors will be re-educated so that their priority is no longer to provide the best possible care to those in need, but to know when not to provide care. Looks to me like Sarah Palin’s call that we where dealing with “death panels”, is dead on. You can’t make this shit up, I tell you.
Here are some more pearls of wisdom from the guy advising Obama on what needs to happen:
When these leftists tell you the goal is not a complete government take over and single payer system in the hands of government employed bureaucrats - with the power to decide life & death, not on a contract you have with them like most of us with private healthcare have with our insurance companies, but based on who you are, if they like you, and how much it costs - know that they are shamelessly lying to you. Even if they rename it or try to shove this turd down our throat for Ted Kennedy, it remains a nasty turd of a deal. One that needs to be killed dead, and especially not to be passed piecemeal. Because the end goal for the left will forever and always be this system for us peasants. The elite – government employees, congress, and unions – will of course be exempt. Like you get in collectivist paradises, Cuba for example, they will have their own special care where they will not need to mingle with, or deal with mediocre to bad care, like us peasants. Party of the little people indeed…
Cross posted at Wasting time with Alex
Posted by AlexinCT on 08/27/09 at 12:06 PM in Health Care Left Wing Idiocy The Press Machine • (0) Trackbacks • Permalink •
Maybe Scrooge McDuck Can Save Us
Hal’s post from August 25th contained a link to Tyler Cowen’s blog, in which Cowen put forth this argument:
There are a few things wrong with this assertion--1) Banks are still going under, including smaller regional banks like Guaranty and Colonial just in August that had $38 billion in declared assets; 2) the dollar has been tanking, 3) outstanding consumer credit is dropping, but still through the roof; and 4) the “climate of sheer political and economic panic” that began in September led to the election of a President whose economic policies are going to put the country AT LEAST $14.4 trillion in the hole over the next ten years, according to the CBO (but “only” $9 trillion, according to the Obama administration).
The first one is particularly problematic because the FDIC nearly broke, despite Bair’s assurances that there is enough to cover what is necessary.
Secondly, as I’ve pointed out here already, the banks under TARP and other programs have a $23.7 trillion line of credit, a ridiculous amount that quite frankly should be illegal, in my opinion. This type of corporatism is as far from a “free market” as you can get, which is why Cowen’s argument that libertarians shouldn’t get too worked up about the bailouts, because the bailout is supposedly “less bad” than the banks holding taxpayers hostage to cover for their screwups, is particularly galling.
This kind of conflict-of-interest hanky panky is why Bernanke has been fighting HR 1207, the bill to audit the Fed, tooth and nail. The bill has 282 cosponsors, but the Elmer Fudd of the House and All-Around Corrupt Housing Market Asshole and Dice-Roller, Bawney Fwank, sat his fat ass on it back in February and it hasn’t seen the light of day since. You know why I’m really pissed off at these gangsters right now? Because I’m finding myself on the same side of this argument as that commie dipshit Bernie Sanders:
What do the banks do in response to the possibility they may have to reveal their game of three-card monte once and for all? Why, threaten to blow the whole system up, of course! From Tyler Durden at Zerohedge:
It’s not enough, apparently, that these institutions have a $23.7 trillion line of credit on our wallets--they are essentially telling Congress that if anyone tries to hold them accountable for how they spend not just their money (which isn’t theirs, it’s their depositers and shareholders), but their ill-gotten gains from taxpayer-funded bailouts, they will bring the country to its knees economically. This is the exact opposite of how a free market is supposed to work, particularly when banks are crying that they need taxpayer-provided funds to keep from collapsing.
I’m usually not for populist outrage against businesses, but I won’t shed any tears if people start to get wise and pull their money out of these banks in response. A few good bank runs would be scary, but it wouldn’t be anything more than these institutions deserved.
Posted by on 08/27/09 at 11:55 AM in Decline of Western Civilization Politics Law, & Economics • (0) Trackbacks • Permalink •
I actually think this is a good idea:
I should be noted that Scopes (and science) lost the monkey trial. But I think this is a great idea. For too long, the science of global warming has been debated in stupid movies like Algore’s and stupid speeches (um, like Algore’s). I would love to see arguments raised and bullshit knocked down—as long as the debate focused on science and not policy.
Unfortunately, I think that, even if it did happen, it would be a non-factor or, more likely, a fiasco. Instead of putting the case for AGW in the hands of a knowledgeable and articulate scientist (Stephen Chu would be my choice), they would probably pick a sputtering ignoramus (um, like Algore; although he did do a good job debating Perot on NAFTA). And I don’t think anyone would necessarily be persuaded.
Still, let’s go.
Posted by Hal_10000 on 08/27/09 at 06:55 AM in Science and Technology • (0) Trackbacks • Permalink •
Here come the Carter years again..
Woo hoo! The economy is getting better!!1!!1!! Oh crap, if you go look at the news from somewhere other than the DNC propagandists in the MSM that’s not the case. In fact, and even though it is the opinion of a single person, which happens to also be Atlanta’s Fed chief, real unemployment is now at 16%, and climbing, and that’s not getting better at all. Of course this stuff would have been front page news if it was a republican in charge, even one with some 4% unemployment. Anyway, here is the important stuff.
In fact, while the CBO released their Mid-Session Review, and everyone is focused on the drastic increase in projected deficit spending by the Obamanauts - and I still think that $9 trillion number will fall far short from the burden these collectivists will really slam everyone in this country with before it is all said and done - the real kicker was that in the CBO forecast for the average unemployment rate in calendar year 2010, the number projected in January will go up by an additional 2.3 million people. That’s right, another 2.3 million people are expected to lose jobs because of this government’s hostility to the private sector in the coming year. Call me crazy for thinking that there is either an agenda to destroy America or that the idiots in charge have no idea what so ever how to fix things and are falling back on idiotic collectivist economics that have never, ever, worked anywhere but in the minds of the usual collectivist elite and academia.
But is all this bad news making these leftist go back to the drawing board? Sure does looks like it, except, instead of saying we can’t afford any more of this disastrous stuff, they are now going to milk the death of a murderer, to make it worse. It’s not like when government takes over 1/6th of the economy we will see more things like this, which happened to occur in the solid democrat strong hold of the People’s Republic of Massachusetts, or that the healthcare bill will allow big brother’s agents to get any and all your financial data. It is not a fluke that we voters know more about how bad the healthcare bill is than these scum politicians.
After all, no matter how inefficient and bad government is, government employee pay goes up, and these people, unlike their more effective counterparts in the private sector, get bonuses too. And no, it is not military pay going up, these same people are gutting military spending because collectivists seem to feel that is the only kind of bad spending. But the narrative must continue. Blame Bush! Can’t have the American people realizing that the democrats running the show are now making the Carter years look great..
Cross posted Wasting time with Alex
Posted by AlexinCT on 08/27/09 at 06:00 AM in Health Care Left Wing Idiocy Politics Law, & Economics The Press Machine • (0) Trackbacks • Permalink •
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Its seems that the page one Denver Post article insinuating evil & racists conservatives/republicans against Obamacare destroyed democrat headquarter property yesterday has been trumped by a back page articlepointing out that the perp was a hard core democrat operative. Even more unbelievable is the attempt by the democrat chairwoman that was all ready to lambaste Obama-haters on Tuesday and called a hate crime, to now pretend this is no big deal, or that both sides are at fault!
So when you could label it a hate crime by the opposition, then it was a vile act. Now that one of your people has been fingered, and while I doubt this will be investigated now that we might actually find out that this agitator was paid by higher up democrats to pull this stunt off, I sure hope they do investigate this crime, its just lack of civil discourse. WTF??? From hero to zero? It gets better though!
So this tool has a history as a democrat operative but now he is no longer a good democrat? Is it because he got caught in the act? Would he have been a good, nay great, democrat if he had pulled it off and the MSM was now 24/7 complaining of evil republican operatives? I mean we are talking about a 24 year old tool that rides a bike: it was at the crime scene. He likely lives at home with momma too. If that’s not the portrait of a
First the SEIU beats up a guy, now this. What’s going to be strike three?
Cross posted at Wasting time with Alex
Posted by AlexinCT on 08/26/09 at 11:37 AM in Health Care Left Wing Idiocy The Press Machine • (0) Trackbacks • Permalink •
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