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Beasts of England

So is it wrong for me to hope that Nick's a slow walker?

centralcal

Love the blog title, TM!!!!

NK(withnewsoftware)

Tom-- I find your faith in the seriousness of purpose of the NYT..... troubling.

MarkO

Citizens be advised: not even walking should be fun.

Army of Davids

FOMC Beige Book...citations of economic headwinds from ObamaCare (across all regions)

Barry wants to do something about economic inequality (more jobs and higher wages)? Get rid of ObamaCare.

matt

I think we will see the death knell of the NYT in the near future. The city will be run by raging radicals come January 1. The Times' reporters will feel empowered to go full Pravda.

The Left is desperate to solidify its grip on power and will be going over the edge to a point where I believe a massive backlash will occur.

The polls are showing a very dark picture for the Democratic Party and its Leftist agenda.

The country was pretty evenly split at the last election but now with the scandals and the Obamacare mess, the more the Times and its sister propaganda outlets shill, the more sales will plummet.

I don't know about you, but I also think the foolish graphics and crappy layouts and pseudo news they report these days, whether on an aesthetic basis or on a value for money basis is taking the dead tree press down just as much as the incursions from the interwebs.

Jack is Back!

We have two guys in our community that are big time walkers. 5 miies everyday around each neighborhood, every sidewalk and the nature trails or beach. One is slower than the other but they are in the late 70's and look pretty fit.

One of the benefits is that both have spotted a burgalry under way while walking by and called it in to the sherrif. Another benefit of walking.

James D.

Reposting from the previous thread - another research question for the next book...

Is anyone here familiar with the "sponsor family" program at West Point? I'm somewhat familiar with how it works for the Naval Academy (a former co-worker was one, for a while), but from the little I could find online, it works somewhat differently at West Point vs. Annapolis, and I'd appreciate any info on it...

Thanks!

boricuafudd

Narciso-

No, we should not tell them that their insurance is lost. Instead we should give them another Obamaphone, sign them into Medicaid, as many would qualify while on unemployment, and give them another year of free wages. Yes, that the ticket!

Thomas Collins

What do the vaunted studies say about critters like me, who have trouble walking at a moderate pace? People often have to ask me to slow down, because I sometimes walk at a fairly frenetic pace. But when I slow down, I fall behind, because I seem to have two walking gears: slow and fast (no medium). Walking at a medium pace makes me uncomfortable.

Some Guy

Somebody still reads the Times?

James D.

JiB, that's just..it's...

I give up. I can't think of an appropriate punchline for that.

peter

Walking is one of my favorite subjects. I just finished reading The Lost Art of Walking by Geoff Nicholson. Has some great anecdotes about history's more famous walkers, including Captain Robert Barclay Alladice, who would engage in such bizarre competitions as walking for 24 hours straight, walking ten mile races required to take three steps forward and one back and other similar feats. Another book which I have started is the Art of Wandering by Merlin Coverley. (covers a lot of the same area.) The French had a word, flaneur, for persons who dressed dandily and walked about Paris making observations.

hit and run

mrs hit and run and I just started a commitment to walk together every morning before getting the kids up for school and me leaving for work.

Today was our first day.

In related news, I finally gave up my blackberry. Not willingly, the company is phasing out all blackberries. So I now have me one of those new-fangled smart phones.

So I downloaded a pedometer app to keep track of our efforts. We averaged 2.7 mph this morning (it is affected by the stops we have to make to let the pooch poop).

Speaking of dogs (or pigs) -- I stayed on topic! For like an entire comment!

[TheVIMH: dogs or pigs? what's that got to do with it?]
Well, me staying on topic is either a dogs and cats living together-ish sign or there are pigs flying somewhere.

boricuafudd

Narciso-
I almost forgot we should also raise the minimum wage to $10.10 to subsidise the lost wages due to hours cut.

NK(withnewsoftware)

diBlasio appoints Bratton NYPD Commish? Pleasant surprise for me--

Matt -- how did Bratton do at the LAPD?

centralcal

Uh oh - coming clean, but telling more lies:

On Thursday, a White House official said the press office had not fully researched the relationship between the president and his uncle before telling the Globe that they had no record of the two meeting. This time, the press office asked the president directly, which they had not done in 2011.

“The President first met Omar Obama when he moved to Cambridge for law school,” said White House spokesman Eric Schultz. “The President did stay with him for a brief period of time until his apartment was ready. After that, they saw each other once every few months, but after law school they fell out of touch. The President has not seen him in 20 years, has not spoken with him in 10.”


Barry Dauphin

Evetually we learn that people who tend to walk slower while exercising are also more likely to die sooner. That's because the bear will eat them first.

Danube on iPad

No charges against Winston.

Porchlight

This time, the press office asked the president directly, which they had not done in 2011.

How the hell could they have gotten any answer at all in 2011 w/o asking him directly? Is there some Barack Obama encylopedia they consulted instead?

Jack is Back!

Barry Dauphin,

You mean like this lucky lady who was out walking and got mugged by a black bear here in central Florida?

Link

AliceH

Tom Collins - You are not alone! Same issue: it's either fast walk or slow stroll for me.

I've gotten much better over the years at matching my pace to medium when necessary, but in my younger days, I used to just walk fast/stop, then fast/stop. That used to irritate people for some reason ;) but they never seemed concerned that THEIR pace felt really disruptive to me.

Danube on iPad

For about three years preceding my recent surgfery, I was unable to walk any distance at all without considerable pain. The surgeon believes that when all is said and done - maybe late January - I'll be able to walk, run, ski and etc. i look forward to walking two miles a day as soon as I am able. Can't wait.

quantum reap


So why are these billionaires dumping their shares of U.S. companies?

After all, the stock market is still in the midst of its historic rally. Real estate prices have finally leveled off, and for the first time in five years are actually rising in many locations. And the unemployment rate seems to have stabilized.

It’s very likely that these professional investors are aware of specific research that points toward a massive market correction, as much as 90%.

One such person publishing this research is Robert Wiedemer, an esteemed economist and author of the New York Times best-selling book Aftershock.

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Janet - the districts lie fallow, while the Capitol gorges itself

The White House press office makes up lies about his life.
His publisher makes up lies about his life.
Poor Obama. He's surrounded by people lying about his life!

NK(withnewsoftware)

This is an important next attack on ObummerCare-- condition the CR/Debt extension on NO ExchangeCare Bailout. That is worth fighting over, let Obummer threaten a shutdown over a bailout for his Big Gov Insurers. http://washingtonexaminer.com/how-obama-wants-to-sweeten-the-bailout-for-insurers-under-obamacare/article/2540182

Extraneus

This time, the press office asked the president directly, which they had not done in 2011.

And he answered through Eric Schultz? What does an "office" asking "the president" "directly" mean?

Some Guy

No charges against Winston

He is however, most likely a scumbag.

centralcal

Just posting this for fun:


Beth Reinhard ‏@bethreinhard 9m

Galliup: Hispanic approval of Obama down 23 points, most of any sub-group

lyle

He is however, most likely a scumbag.

Maybe, but I just got the "pleasure" of hearing him speak yesterday on the radio. Good Lord, he can't even pull off ebonics with any proficiency.

I denounce myself.

Janet - the districts lie fallow, while the Capitol gorges itself

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/05/17/The-Vetting-Barack-Obama-Literary-Agent-1991-Born-in-Kenya-Raised-Indonesia-Hawaii

For 16 years these people lied about Obama...& now the White House press office is lying about him too.

caro

Ex, same as not being told "directly" about the looming website disaster.

Marlene

I let the dog walk me and it is usually stop and go. He is always on leash (terrier) and I keep his pace,which is slow. The most fun is walking in the fresh snow,when he rolls around and takes a snow bath. Makes me laugh.

Jane

McConnell called him a liar, Boehner said he has a problem with the truth. I like that meme. Let's expose a lie a day.

Marlene, my favorite part of the day is when my daydog walks me. He runs me in the beginning, then takes his sweet time for the rest of the walk.

Dave (in MA) (WTF Typepad)

More lying about Obama,

http://pjmedia.com/rogerlsimon/2013/12/04/what-if-its-all-true/

Obama denies that he's ever met Uncle Stinky, but Uncle Stinky says that Obama lived with him in the '80s.

daddy


How come when Sarah Palin was in favor of spotting wolves from airplanes so they could be shot by ground based hunters she was evil personified, as many "found the practice unsportsmanlike, since it violates the "fair chase" ethic... (Slate Magazine)

Yet using drones to do exactly the same to feral pigs in Florida is now a swell idea?

quantum reap

Well it's better than a shotgun in the face or opening the quail cage and seeing carnage up close.

Dave (in MA)

If you like your stinky illegal alien uncle, you can live with your stinky illegal alien uncle. Period.

bgates

Is there some Barack Obama encylopedia they consulted instead?

Press Office Hack 1: What do I do with this question about whether the President ever met his uncle?

POH2: Say we have no record of them meeting.

POH1: No record?

POH2: Look. Go to the President's Wikipedia page.

POH1: Ok.

POH2 That's a written record. Does it say anything on there about them meeting?

POH1: Umm....Yeah. It says here they met when the President moved to Cambridge, and stayed with him for a while, then saw him every few months.

POH2: Delete that paragraph. It's Wikipedia. It shouldn't say anything counter to the Truth.

POH1: Done

POH2: Now, is there anything in the written record about a meeting?

POH1: Uh...no.

POH2: So that's what you say. Right, sir?

BHO(the 1): Let me be perfectly clear: The White House Press Office has no written record of a meeting between me and my uncle.

Jack is Back!

daddy,

I think I have mentioned before that we have a huge problem with feral pigs in our area of Florida. But we don't need drones. We use glf carts and Gators (the John Deere kind). On one of our golf courses we shut it down on Mondays and we allow members to go out there and hunt them down. One Monday we took out over 30 feral pigs. We also set a trap alongside one of the fairways and caught 12 young piglets.

One day, a member was playing a hiole and a pig charged him. Luckily one of our grounds crew was there carrying his rifle and shot him (the pig) first before he could get to the guy.

Its a jungle out there and those pigs have no health insurance or life insurance.

Captain Hate

No charges against Winston

He is however, most likely a scumbag.

Based on what? The purported victim told police she had 5 or 6 shots and was basically date-raped then blood tests show no alcohol or drugs and her attorney says she was sober. Multiple witnesses say she left with him on a scooter after the incident. That seems unlikely for a sexual assault.

Also, in the police report her story changes multiple times. They weren't getting anywhere close to a conviction on this. Ever. She's lucky he wasn't a Kennedy relative or her name would be all over the place.

Jack is Back!

...golf carts.....[fat finger syndrome]

Barry Dauphin

JiB

Yes-- I believe the expression is that you don't have to be fast to escape the bear, just faster than the other guy. Maybe it applies to exercise too.

clarice

Wonderful, DoT. It has taken some time and lots of workouts, but the spinal stenosis that had at times almost crippled me the past few years seems to have been conquered by Pilates and Gyrotonics workouts. Beats surgery and repeated steroi shots or medicine that had tons of bad side effects.

Just keep moving..any way at all..any pace at all..something might be catching up to you otherwise.

bgates

Yet using drones to do exactly the same to feral pigs in Florida is now a swell idea?

Fox isn't what it ought to be, but you're surprised they take a different position than Slate?

cindyk

Firm believer in walking briskly. Have two doggies - both 12. Chewy is a 9 lb poodle, Scarlet is a blind 2 lb Yorkie. The initial walk is slow, slow until Scarlet gets in at least 1/2 mile. Then she is picked up for a "carry" and Chewy and I book it for another 2+ miles. Many benefits for all. Unfortunately had an idiot klutz fall and shattered my left humerus/shoulder and this FORMER 4 mile a day runner has to patiently wait to heal.

MarkO

But, wait. I thought no one would lie about rape.

Marlene

What is weird that Uncle Omar always calls Obama his nephew.The Secret Service never investigated some drunk in Mass.calling POTUS his nephew?

daddy,you've been working,but a few threads ago I mentioned an article in the Bangor Daily about moose milk. The reporter cited a UN study that cow's milk is too expensive and sometimes not available in emerging countries.Other sources will be needed,including moose. Can you imagine milking a moose? The idea is causing much hilarity in Maine!

daddy

FOX this instant reporting that the President did in fact live with illegal Uncle Omar for 3 weeks back in College.

Jay Carney said that the reason that the White House previously lied about it by saying that the Prez did not live with Uncle Omar and had never met him, was that nobody ever asked the president if he had ever lived or met Uncle Omar, and since they had not personally asked the president, they had no evidence that Obama had ever met or lived with Uncle Omar and that's why they mistakenly went ahead and told the world that the President had never met or lived with Uncle Omar.

Only when Uncle Omar a few days ago said that Obama had lived with Uncle Omar did Jay Carney then spring into action and walk up to the President and ask him if he had ever met or lived with Uncle Omar, and the President said yes. There was no intention to deceive, and then Carney told us that Obama had absolutely nothing to do with influencing the Judge to let Uncle Omar stay in America.

MarkO

Ain't deniability wonderful?

Ignatz

Spinal stenosis surgery is a delicate bitch and a half. Glad you avoided it, clarice.

Some of my fondest memories are the daily walks with Mrs Iggy in the state park next door, after her mastectomy years ago. She was chewing up three or more miles a day easy, even in a snow squall or two.
Went up to Mendocino one time and she hauled me over hill and dale about seven or eight miles through the redwoods.

NK(withnewsoftware)

Everything from the Obama Crew is a lie... including the articles and prepositions.

Ranger

Ready for the next debacle?

How many people “enrolled” in ObamaCare have paid their first month of premiums?

http://hotair.com/archives/2013/12/05/how-many-people-enrolled-in-obamacare-have-paid-their-first-month-of-premiums/

Not every insurer will have a payment rate as poor as the one in Indiana cited above, but even if you triple it and assume 60 percent are paying on time, that’s still 600,000 people — roughly the population of Washington D.C. — that went to the trouble of signing up and then, for various and unknown reasons, didn’t complete enrollment by tendering payment.

And the White House thought October and November were bad press months.

Ignatz

I have to ask this in TK's absence, but did anyone in the White House ever ask Barry where he was born or who his daddy is or whether he's a muslim? :)
Or an Indonesian.
Or a communist.
Or a homosexual.

Jane

This reminds me of when DOT introduced us to Susan Boyle.

NK(withnewsoftware)

... not that there's anything wrong with any of those things.

MarkO

Last night I was reading Robert Caro’s bio of LBJ when I came across a description of the disaster at the Bay of Pigs. There was a quote from an historian that I find fully applicable to Obamacare. He said the Bay of Pigs was “one of those rare events in history—a perfect failure.”

I like that. It fits.

matt

Why and how could someone working for the president not ask him about such an event in his life when it was on the 5:00PM news last night?

Why and how could someone deny it?

Their nonexisting relationship with the truth is blowing up in their faces.

jimmyk

One of the perks of living in Manhattan is all the walking. I try to make it a point, at least in decent weather, to make walking part of my commute, and to allow time to walk to restaurants, bars, movies, etc. (Of course George Keeley's is only 4 blocks away.)

The NYT thing reminds me of a similar story some years ago about how people with dogs live longer.

Extraneus

So Obama knew Uncle Omar after all - one of his only living relatives - yet never invited him to the White House, never visited him, never even talked to him on the phone since becoming president. Now someone in the "press office" says that Obama hasn't spoken with Uncle Omar in 10 years, and hasn't laid eyes on him in 20. The man who let Obama stay with him, presumably for free, when he needed a place to stay.

What a guy.

NK(withnewsoftware)

Obummer bumming of Uncle Omar then denying his existence?.... doesn't surprise in the slightest. He's liar, not very smart, and a bastard.

MarkO

IT'S A LIE!

Sorry. Sometimes it's just too much.

Porchlight

A comment today from HotAir, FWIW:

I was on the Hill yesterday,(Briefing House national security types.) and among the Congressional staff, there is total and complete panic over Obamacare. One senior staffer, told me his boss is in a full meltdown over his poll numbers. If anything, the Washington Post poll vastly understates the depth of the anger the public has with O care. More importantly, the public no longer trusts Obama. And that distrust and anger is being transferred to the Democrats at a frighting rate. For the Democrats on the hill, this is their worst nightmare. But as others have said, this election is still way off, and things can change. Still, Obamacare has changed the political playing field in ways we can’t even see. And that fact has the Congressional Democrats in total panic.

flackcatcher on December 5, 2013 at 1:42 PM

http://hotair.com/archives/2013/12/05/wapo-obama-polling-is-worse-than-its-topline-looks/

jimmyk

This is in tribute to Janet's signature quote. Not sure if it's been posted already, from the Coyote blog, and I hope the all-important right edge fits. Also, note that the behavior of the graph during the Reagan years:

"The Hunger Games: Dispatches From District 48"

http://www.coyoteblog.com/coyote_blog/2013/12/the-hunger-games-dispatches-from-district-48.html

anonamom

One of the highlights of my day is emailing all my reps in DC and telling them they need to close down the website until it connects to the back end and is secure. Not just Kay Hagan, but the other two, who are Rs--they are going to be held accountable too.

I remind they were sent there to govern.

daddy

Marlene,

I was contemplating milking this guy last year, but Fry was agin' it.

Moose Milk. Ha!

Ranger

BTW, based on that Hot Air story I posted about payment rates for Obamacare policies, Insurance companies have been told to void all applications for people who haven't paid by January 1. So, not only will people have no coverage, they will have to go back in to the exchange and re-apply all over again.

But at least it will show a huge increase in applications in January when everyone is re-applying.

daddy

Jane,

Watching that video you just posted reminds that when when I watched the Susan Boyle version, I believe I was unacquainted with Piers Morgan, so I had no emotional reaction to his face applauding Susan Boyle other than genuinely sharing his good feelings and amazement for her.

Watching this one now, having become well acquainted over the last 2 years with Piers Morgan, the moment that the video cut to his face I immediately felt revulsion at that despicable shit and I turned it off. He has earned my revulsion, so apologies to the singing grandma, but I'm unwilling to make it past that grinning s#$% Piers to hear her.

I wonder if Piers mug is a show stopper for anyone else here at JOM?


peter

jib, seriously, you have wild boar on the golf course you play on? Or are wild pigs different from wild boar? Because seeing a wild boar on the course would be enough to make me give up golf for good.

anonamom

Yes Daddy, I had much the same response, though I didn't turn it off.

Dave (in MA)

jimmyk, notice the steep climb in '09.

maryrose

daddy:
his mug stops me cold. His head became oversozed after he won on the Donald's "Apprentice"
Nobody much liked him there either.

Captain Hate

Am I the only person who considers these stories of Drunkle the roomie and the firing of Bashir to be distractions from the obvious failure of 404Care?

Dave (in MA)

If any of us ends up having to deal with 404Care.fail, the experience of dealing with Typepad might come in handy. I'm at less than a 50% success rate with posts lately.

Marlene

Dave,do you know the back story of Howie Carr's loathing of Chris Matthews? Besides the obvious? I'm guessing it goes back to Tip O'Neil/Boston politics. Howie is preparing the ridicule of Matthew's interview of Obama. Who at JOM has the strongest stomach for watching/live blogging?

hit and run

The White House press office admitted today that it failed to ask President Obama directly about his uncle. "We frankly felt that President Obama would be the last place anyone would go to try and ascertain the truth about any matter, this one included," said one official, who spoke only on the condition of anonymity because he was unauthorized to call the president a liar.

Jack is Back!

Peter,

I have no idea if a feral (wild) pig is considered the same as a wild boar but, yes we have them, at one time by the hundreds. We have hunt-culled them down but they are still at least 30 or more left. This is a course carved out of an old plantation on 600+ acres of which most is protected wetlands. No homes just the course and a clubhouse.

All the ground crew are armed (natch). We also have turkey, deer, bobcats, bald eagles and snakes, lots of snakes. Did I mention the Gators?:)

centralcal

Yep, daddy. Did exactly the same thing.

Jane

So who will ask about Auntee Zetuni?

centralcal

Greg Sargent ‏@ThePlumLineGS 14m

In private meeting, House Ds gave KY Gov Beshear standing O after he urged them to campaign hard on Ocare: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2013/12/05/democrats-should-run-on-affordable-health-care/

Jane

Daddy, I had the same reaction, and was shocked to see him. Does he commute back and forth? But if someone 80 years old is going to do that, I figured I had to watch it to the end.

Love all your videos.

Porchlight, that capital report made my day. I tell you, the most painful thing for this narcissist is those of us taking complete delight in his misery. I simply love inflicting that pain.

narciso,

Basra 'Musket' Morgan, as you can gather, I don't have a good opinion of him, however,
I didn't have as many reasons as Jeremy Clarkson had?

lyle

From PJMedia, Fernandez quoting (ahem) David Corn at Mother Jones:

The success of Obamacare could be close to a death blow to the GOP. Ditto for Obamacare and the Democrats, should it collapse. Of course, this has implications for next year’s congressional elections—though the traditionally low off-year turnout and gerrymandering could be offsetting factors. But there likely will come a time, if not in months, then in years, when the results of Obamacare will matter as much as the rhetoric generated by Obamacare—perhaps more so. When that day arrives, it will be quite a bad moment for one of the two parties.

Wretchard continues:

Corn captures the issue perfectly. What is on the line is not power over the Left. It is the Left’s power over us. Obamacare is only incidentally about health care. It is really about who gets to tell you how to live; what to pay, who to pay it to. It is really about whether the Democratic Party — and its left wing — get the permanent majority they’ve lusted after forever. They want to control us, whereas we perversely, want to control us.

For Obama it’s now or never. Perhaps McCarthy is right. Whoever would want such a thing so intensely can be up to no good.

Emphasis mine.

http://pjmedia.com/richardfernandez/2013/12/04/choosing-never-to-choose-again/


Miss Marple

In private meetings, Jim Jones was given applause as he urged the people to drink the Kool-Aid.

I really do think quite a few democrats are mentally ill, mentally defective, or evil crooks.

That Sargent guy had a doozy of an article today about how the Millenials would end up supporting o-Care.

Did you know they will do it because of peer pressure? I asked him on Twitter if the government was going to publish lists of those who didn't sign up.

I will see if I can find that article. It read like a 5th grader wrote it.

(stuffed) Sandy Daze
This reminds me of when DOT introduced us to Susan Boyle.

Posted by: Jane |


Thank you, Jane. Wonderful.

Piers Morgan - ? - Who's that nobody???

Wild Florida feral pig. Back in the 70s was given some home-made wild Florida feral pig sausage, strong flavor and to me, at least, yummy.

If we cannot get the boss of the syndicate, then we need to get every one of his minions. Hit them where they hurt. Don't ask them to appear via nice invitations, begin with subpenas, use search warrants to go to their homes and take their laptops and computers.

S Q U E E Z E THEM till they sing like the Vienna Boyz Choir.

Jane

Nelson Mandella died.

lyle

Meant to add that I clearly agree with Mr. Fernandez. But I wonder if the GOP understands what is at stake here. Some may, but a sadly large portion do not appear to get it or, worse, care. I hope I'm wrong.

Jane

I agree Lyle. The right should run on the choice between government control v freedom.

narciso,

No, the leadership is mostly clueless, the base understands it well,

I read some of Mandela's defense in the Rivonia trials, some time ago, it was a very effective
appeal to revenge, in lieu of justice, because there was little to be had in South Africa of their day.

(stuffed) Sandy Daze

From the comments top the Belomont Club Piece:

Stampede @ Rooterville

(stuffed) Sandy Daze

and, interalia, Subotai Bahadur comments re ACA:

There will be a feedback mechanism invoked eventually, but it will be outside the systems listed. Collapse or resistance.

jimmyk

Nelson Mandella died.

I may have to stay away from the television to avoid the JEF's using the opportunity to draw attention to himself.

In fact, I expect there to be a photograph of himself like those he's cooked up to commemorate JFK, Rosa Parks, etc. Perhaps a certain JOMer known for his photoshop skillz can beat him to the punch.

Janet - the districts lie fallow, while the Capitol gorges itself

hit @ 4:22...Hah!

daddy

CentralCal,

Re: Your link to that WaPo reporter Greg Sargent of "The Plum Line".

I wonder why his column has that headlined cartoon image of himself, which looks exactly to me like the image of somebody who's a lowlife criminal; probably a mugger and a sex molester.

What does the WaPo know that they aren't telling us about Greg Sargent?

"Greg Sargent's Take From A Liberal Perspective" reads his byline under his child molester image.

Well here's a nice take on Greg Sargent's perspective, from Michael Graham: Greg Sargent And Me.


(stuffed) Sandy Daze

and one last excerpt fromt eh Belmont Club comments, from "RWE":

“The success of Obamacare could be close to a death blow to the GOP."

Yes, but that would not mean an end to the opposition. Far from it, in fact. You have to realize how the current administration defines “success.”

Two things to remember:

The USSR got better and better until it collapsed.

And in the words of a Texas congressman in regards to Hillarycare, “If we pass this bill, inside of ten years we will be hunting Democrats with dogs.”

If Obamacare is a “success” then the Republican party will disappear to be replaced by something far more virulent. And one day those “Hunting for Bigfoot” shows on TV will be replaced with TV programs investigating rumored sightings of Democrats.

jimmyk

This one sort of works, but Barry is too small and doesn't block out enough of Mandela.

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