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Friday, January 15, 2010

While you were sleeping...ADDED: Links

Once again, under cover of darkness, another deal has been struck. Labor Unions got a bribe, excuse me, deal that will secure their vote for Obamacare.

Now that you've had your coffee and your eyes are opened, take a looksee...

Huffington Post
Wall Street Journal

Guess who'll be picking up the slack...you and me. Another deal done in darkness sheds much light on this administration.

Isaiah 1:23 Your rulers are rebels And companions of thieves; Everyone loves a bribe And chases after rewards. They do not defend the orphan, Nor does the widow's plea come before them. (NIV)

Some more links for your perusal.

From Peggy Noonan:
The real story is that his rhetorical and iconic detachment are harped on because they reflect a deeper disconnect, the truly problematic one, and that is over policy. It doesn't really matter how he sounds. It matters, in a time of crisis, what he does. That's where the lack of connection comes in. more...

From Karl Rove:
Americans learned last year that President Obama discards campaign promises like most people discard used Kleenex. Among the pledges he cast aside were reducing the deficit, reining in federal spending, not allowing lobbyists to work in his administration, increasing taxes only on those who make more than $250,000, and opposing "government-run health care" because it is "extreme." more...

1 comment:

Sarah - Kala said...

Can anyone just tell me in PLAIN English how much I, personally, will have to pay (in cash money) per year to get health coverage as well as sustain the program the gov't says will be in place? um, whether I use it or not?

It seems to me that the beef is with paying a monthly fee for coverage and once a year go in for the annual physical . . . but if I have to take my kid in to the ER for stitches, I have to cough up $700 for the visit . . . but I've been paying $1200/month for coverage. Does not add up. This is actually a REAL problem a friend of mine currently went through. Never use the coverage for anything, but when a kid goes to the ER for something serious.


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