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Annoying Old Guy

The Huffington Post crew is still convinced that Pelosi-Obama-Reid-Care is a great thing that's working well, and the negative reports are just whining.

hit and run

TM:
since the laughable Heathcare.Fail rollout rollover.

Roil-out.

narciso

Ok, I'm confused, I thought October was doubleplusgood,

narciso

We're living in a Kafka novel,

narciso

In other news the poor innocent imam, Abu Omar,
was convicted of terrorism charges in absentia,
in Italy,

Captain Hate
Old Lurker

More like "Alice meets Orwell", Narc.

narciso

Well that works too,

matt

The media have their orders from Minitrue. No matter what the truth is the message will be the same.

The Marxists are in full flower now, which probably explains the jump in support for single payer.

The LAT had an article about how hard it is for a navigator to recruit misinformed proles in rural North Carolina because of those raaacist Republicans. Obama himself is leading the pushback and there are plenty of mushheads ready to give him one more chance ad nauseum.

Wait till the cancellation notices start coming in the mail.

Old Lurker

We taking bets on what the budget deal is going to look like?

Rick Ballard

"I imagine these are frustrated libs who want to end the suspense and move to single payer."

My imagination runs towards "missed it by that much" parasite wannabes holding the bill rather than the check they were hoping for.

pagar202

"Wait till the cancellation notices start coming in the mail."

If no one is paying what are they cancelling?
-----------------------------------
Tells you all you need to know about any Democrat senator.

"The law itself is fundamentally bad policy, and no Senator with any ounce of respect for the Constitution or the American people would have voted for it the first time, let alone a second time."

http://poorrichardsnews.com/post/69097970262/video-louisiana-senator-mary-landrieu-says-she-would

Danube on iPad

What is MiniTru?

Rick Ballard

MiniTru is the Ministry of Truth in Orwell's 1984.

Ignatz

As opposed to Mini Me which is JOM slang for some person, right?
What's the line about can't tell the players without a scorecard?

Old Lurker

Sorry, but the whole things is worth pasting from Fox:

"For America's businesses, the Obama administration has an unpleasant holiday surprise.

A new report on the government's regulatory actions was released just before Thanksgiving, and it contains more than 3,300 rules -- which the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) estimates will cost more than $1.8 trillion to implement on an annual basis.

At a time when the economy is still struggling to zoom out of its post-recession rut, businesses worry that the crush of regulation is another sandbag weighing down the recovery.

"Back in the '90s, the federal budget itself was not even $1.8 trillion," said Wayne Crews, vice president of policy for CEI. "Now we have this entire $1.8 trillion hidden tax, you could say, of government compliance and intervention cost imposed in the economy."

The latest monthly jobs report from the Labor Department showed gains in hiring in November, which helped push the unemployment rate down to 7 percent, a five-year low. But many of the new jobs added in the last several months were low wage, and more growth is needed for the economy to truly rebound.

Crews reviewed the latest regulation round-up, a twice-annual compilation called the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions.

Because the majority of the regulatory costs will be borne by private industry, Crews said that will ultimately mean higher costs for consumers.

According to CEI, the biggest cost tucked into this year's agenda comes from environmental regulations, adding up to roughly $379 billion."

dublindave

hahahahahahaahah...we win. Obama.com is almost fixed and the unemployment rate will fall to 6. something per cent before long.

Thomas Collins

The next big public reaction against 404Care won't happen until after the 2014 elections, when the official employer group rates are finalized. If provider networks are limited for a significant portion of the employer provided folks, there will be even more intense disenchantment.

The GOP House leaders are making a judgment that not sending a real reform bill to Harry is the best way to go. I think the GOP House leaders have decided that it's better to let 404Care stew in its juices before the 2014 election, and that sending over a real reform bill to Harry will give the Dems an opportunity to stoke up its base.

Without sending a real reform bill to Harry and making prepaid health expenses the focus of the 2014 elections, the GOP is conceding a wave election. I guess the GOP prefers to take its 5-10 seat gain in the House, and perhaps a 52-48 type takeover of the Senate, and not roll the dice for a bigger gain.

dublindave

Add to those success's:disarming Iran and Syria ,an exploding stock market,a plumeting deficit I could go on and on......we are Gods we Democrats,we are Gods!!!!!

Jack is Back!

OL,

......called the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions......

How many "Deregulatory Actiohs" were in the agenda:)

Who said addition is easy but subtraction is hard? Was it Frederick or Obama?

Dave (in MA)
As opposed to Mini Me which is JOM slang for some person, right?
Well, in Boston talk radio circles, Mini Me is the diminutive governor of MA who was Axelrod's beta version of Dear Leader.
Dave (in MA)
6. something per cent
When it was in the 4's during W, it was the "worst economy since the depression" in the Democrat-Media Complex.
Thomas Collins

In your inimitable snarky way, dublindave, you have zoned in on the 404 strategy for 2014. With the help of lapdog MSM, claim that Prez 404's economic policy is bearing fruit, and that 404Care is on its way to functioning as well as Amazon and iTunes. Of course, I'm sure you recognize it's a crock, but it's a crock that might keep the Dem House and Senate losses to manageable levels.

Old Lurker

And it ain't just the Feds.

Janet's Arlington County:

My tenants at a shopping center want me to install a "Tenant Directory" sign at the corner of my parking lot. OK, that's legal, but it required my zoning attorney to make two trips to the county to get them to agree since the first county guy said it was not legal. Legal bill for that was $2,500.

My sign company then prepared the artwork and engineering for county approval. The permit staff informed the sign contractor that the location was shown on a certified survey of our property as required, but the engineer's date stamp is now out of date so they wanted a new survey. Back to the lawyer to have him convince some county boss that the center, the streets, and the sidewalks had not changed in 40 years so why should I have to spend $5,000 on a new survey? OK, we won that one too and the lawyer cost < $5,000 which is my new definition of "winning".

So the sign guys went back for a third time with their art and engineering (this is a national sign contractor that works everywhere and are very detail oriented to make nice with zoning depts.) This sign like all such signs is limited is size - SF - and height, in setback, and in "light pollution". As is typical (you have seen gazillions of them), the base is surrounded by a low brick planter with flowers and shrubs.

Yesterday the staff rejected submission #3 because they have decided for the first time ever, anywhere to now count the exposed face brick of the planter at the base against the overall area permitted for the sign graphics. Appeal to higher authority this time was denied.

So design #4 is back in engineering.

Elapsed time to date, three months and we have not even started the project.

Sorry to vent, but you get my point.


Dave (in MA)
404Care is on its way to functioning as well as Amazon and iTunes
"Syncing copy and deductible database. Do not disconnect. Policy not found. Would you like to search for more information about this error in the 404Care.fail knowledgebase?"
Old Lurker

Dave you forgot "can we reorganize your hard drive while you music library is imported?"

Old Lurker

and of course "would you like 404care.gov to be your default portal to your files from now on...restarting starts in 30 seconds"

Thomas Collins
"OK, we won that one too and the lawyer cost < $5,000 which is my new definition of "winning".

Not mine, OL! Sounds to me as if the lawyer did spiral staircase type work for "Would you like fries with that?" fees! :-))

I have a very simple (and I realize unpopular) view of lawyer fees. Complicated and confusing federal, state and local legislation is not a function of lawyer lobbying, but of the lobbying of other special interests ("special interests" being defined here as interests other than one's own). If lawyers are so effective at lobbying, laws would be complicated enough to require lawyers, but not so complicated as to prevent lawyers from minimizing education time.

Something tells me that this post will not win the 2014 JOM award for Post With Highest Percentage of Agreement. :-)

Old Lurker

BTW, that sign is only a $20,000 sign but it looks like it will cost about $10,000 to get permission to build it. Five years ago it would have cost zero to get approval on a walk through process.

That is Value Added.

Stephanie

Make sure when you hit the tenants with their increased rental fees (or even better a 'special' tenant assessment for improvements) that it was they who wanted you to install said sign and incur said expenses on their behalf.

Thomas Collins

At least with iTunes, the book eventually shows up in the iPad book library!

Old Lurker

TC, these days you lawyers are our contractors of choice to get things like this done. Back in the day I would do this stuff myself and developed the relationships to make it pretty easy.

These days my blood pressure can't take it and there is not enough prozac in the world to get me to spend a morning down there.

If I try to dump the issues onto my contractors, they never get past the front desk dealing with the thugs and that usually does more damage than good because they don't know when to shut up.

So since I need to stay in business but do not have the stomach to fight every single time myself, I default to using the very well connected zoning firm which is always successful but expensive. But that means I call the partner and give them the assignment; the partner assigns it to some associate who spends about $2,000 in time to read the code and to go back to his boss to find who to call. So the standard legal bill has about $2,000 of learning, about $500 of "doing", about $1,000 of partner time, and about $250 of copying etc.

I just know that anything I cannot or will not do myself will cost $4,000 if easy for the lawyer and $10,000 if not easy like the sign.

Note that NONE of this is complicated or in dispute. It is just paper shuffling.

Rob Crawford

Thing is, obamacare will never "work". It was never intended to.

Old Lurker

Steph, my partner and I were marveling the other day that our "passthrough charges" to the tenants which include RE taxes, Insurance and Exterior Maintenance and the like are now higher that our Base Rents were PSF when we bought these centers.

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

I hear ya, OL. We can't get a stop sign at a terrible intersection. We've been asking for decades. It's absurd.
Decisions seem so random...& my neighborhood is cowered by the County Board.

The latest thing is we collected signatures from the whole neighborhood (I collected most of them) & it made no difference. They sent a long, uber verbose letter full of political terms, & promises of studies & meetings...& essentially saying "no". I almost killed myself before reaching the end of the letter, it was so long & stupid.

Here was my response on the Listserv -

I for one find this response unacceptable. It has reached the level of the absurd...more traffic studies?
For decades all Maywood has wanted is a 4-way stop at that intersection. No matter what the volume of traffic...it does not change the facts about visibility at that intersection.
What does "based on it's adopted policies and warrants" mean? If it is not against some law to put up a 4-way stop sign, then we should demand a 4-way stop sign. That's it. No more studies. No "nubs" or costly projects...just a 4-way stop sign.

Janet

There's always neighbors that post, I agree, I agree!...both sides of the political aisle too. I tell ya, it's maddening.

I'm ready to move.

Thomas Collins

OL, the reason you gave to pay a lawyer for paper shuffling that could be done in-house is one I am often given. I am usually unsuccessful in convincing clients that certain types of routine work would cost less if they did it themselves rather than have me do it. The reason they give is they just don't want to deal with whatever bureaucracy needs to be dealt with.

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

If I try to dump the issues onto my contractors, they never get past the front desk dealing with the thugs and that usually does more damage than good because they don't know when to shut up.

This is why our CA doesn't have me come along when they meet with the County Board members.

peter

The polls are depressing. With this economy, and the lousy job Obama is doing, his popularity ought to be at least fifteen points lower. The stupidization was successful and permanent.

Ignatz

In my small rural county it costs $30,000 in fees and permits to get to the start line to build a new home.
There are, of course, essentially no similar costs on buying an existing home.
My county regularly despairs of its declining tax base due to the turnover in existing homes which leads to lower assessments and lower property taxes.

The new housing starts countywide the last few years can be counted on one hand, in no small part because of the exorbitant fees, so the $30,000 fees have generated negligible actual revenue.

There would seem to be a way to not only make building a new home more competitive with existing ones but generating higher tax revenues on presently vacant lots, but no one in my local government can seem to figure this puzzler out.
It's a quandary. Anyone got any ideas?

Beasts of England

Damn you Thai pad!

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

It's a quandary. Anyone got any ideas?

How bout doing a study on the feasibility of doing a study on the problem? You could also schedule lots of meetings about the subject.

hit and run

Janet:
I hear ya, OL. We can't get a stop sign at a terrible intersection. We've been asking for decades. It's absurd.
Decisions seem so random...& my neighborhood is cowered by the County Board.

The latest thing is we collected signatures from the whole neighborhood (I collected most of them) & it made no difference.

There are times when I'm flipping through the channels that I end up on a Modern Family rerun. Eh, whatever, it can be funny at times.

But there was one episode where the main mom in the show was trying to get a stop sign installed in their neighborhood.

It was a pretty good depiction of the pictures you and OL paint of local bureaucrats.

And honestly, with only a few minor quibbles, I think she played you in that episode really well. I'm not sure, but you may be owed some royalties.

Captain Hate

Without sending a real reform bill to Harry and making prepaid health expenses the focus of the 2014 elections, the GOP is conceding a wave election. I guess the GOP prefers to take its 5-10 seat gain in the House, and perhaps a 52-48 type takeover of the Senate, and not roll the dice for a bigger gain.

The party of stoopid will do everything possible to minimize whatever gain can be realized over this by screwing over the base on amnesty, giving credence to people who say to hell with both sides.

bottle glass

We keep telling you guys ACA is stealth 'Medicare for all'.

Thanks for all the help in the coming transition.

Danube on iPad

I'm quite satisfied with the polls. Obama has lost the country and won't get it back. No one listens to him anymore.

Marlene

Janet,come up to Maine when we dump rocks along the stream bank in the dark of night! It will be cathartic! LOL.

bottle glass

Well, his supporters are certified nut-sacks, so he's got that going for him.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/ted-cruz-praise-nelson-mandela-criticized-article-1.1539686

rich@gmu

CH-

I hear that Boehner brought onto his staff an amnesty advocate. Figures that when we need an opposition they'd be secretly working to deliver to the Dems an unassailable electoral majority.

Just full of awesome those guys up on Capitol Hill.

bottle glass

Cheney still insists Mandela a 'terrorist'.

http://www.commondreams.org/views/080300-102.htm

Danube on iPad

"Medicare for all" will not be enacted. Deal with it.

Old Lurker

Janet, here's your solution:

Pass the hat among your neighbors and buy four stop signs and four posts from the supplier I use.

Find the printing schedule for your local newspaper.

Wire a letter from your community to the editor profusely thanking the County Board for finally installing the stop signs your CA had requested, then send that letter in.

The night before the letter will run, go out and install the four signs taking care that they are all exactly spaced like the others in your neighborhood so that it will look exactly like the county had installed them.

Next morning use your telephone tree to have neighbors call the County Board expressing thanks.

Play absolutely dumb on where the signs came from if asked.

Out west they call this "Self Help"...

:-)

dublindave

6. something per cent
When it was in the 4's during W, it was the "worst economy since the depression" in the Democrat-Media Complex.

When Bush took over from Clinton the unemployment rate was in the low 4%.When he left office it was at 7.2 per cent and rapidly rising.Why? Because Conservative economic policies do not work.

Taking a snap shot of the unemployment rate left over from Democratic policies and claiming it as a Republican victory is fine because it's about as close you guys will ever get to economic success.

Enjoy our sloppy seconds.

Stephanie

I have a friend that got ticketed a few weeks ago for NOT stopping at an intersection that DIDN'T have a stop sign on one side of a three way intersection. The cop said that there was a sign there, she took pics showing no sign. Never has been one there. The whole intersection only needs a sign for the side intersecting street at most but whatever.

A few days later a sign showed up on the site and a quick trip to the top cop's office with pictures of the before and after the cop was dressed down ( and I mean dressed down!!), suspended for three days and ordered to pay for the sign himself and remove it personally (not call the traffic peeps) as he had 'no legal authority' to order the sign from the traffic department - only the top cop can request signage. The ticket was dismissed.

Funny as hell that this new cop thought he could make quota and bully his way around town. This may be suburbia but a lot of us still know who to call if there is a problem, so it still functions to the uninitiated as a small town where you can get your 'fix' on through connections.


BTW, yep, he's a yankee. ')

Thomas Collins

Marlene, I heard the Zumba lady is out of the hoosegow. Any word of whether she is giving new lessons?

dublindave

Getting the unemployment rate to 6 per cent will help us gain house seats in 2014 and lowering it to 5% wins us the WH house and the House in 16.We'll be aided by a do-nothing Congress and the success of the ACA.

Rick Ballard

Janet,

Have you considered quietly installing the signs? Put the posts in one day, let the concrete set overnight, attach sign, see what happens.

Jim Rhoads f/k/a vnjagvet

DuDa is smoking something again.

Captain Hate

Figures that when we need an opposition they'd be secretly working to deliver to the Dems an unassailable electoral majority.

The rationale for this has been that they're doing the bidding of the high rollers who want cheap labor. Assuming that's true, it's an incredibly short sighted policy which ignores the negative outcomes from this in the past, including by Reagan by his own admission. Cantor is rapidly approaching Rove status on my turn-into-a-pinata list.

Old Lurker

Beat you, Rick.

Rick Ballard

OL,

Not just beat me, the letters and thank yous are perfect.

Marlene

TC,she got out before Thanksgiving. Sorry,I guess she won't be writing a book. Not sure about the *lessons.*

rich@gmu

labor force participation rate at 35 year lows...

the unemployment rate skyrocketed in October, November, and December 2007-once Obama had the lead in the polls...people arrange their affairs based on expectations and what would people expect from a backbencher, Chicago community organizer

unemployment has been running over 7% for 5 years

looks to be winning.

afternoon all, glad the semester is almost over...thankfully.

Beasts of England

Clearly the 4.7 unemployment rate in 2007 was due to Clinton. Thanks for pointing that out, dd. Keep up the good work!

Glasgow Gus

Don't fix it so fast guys. We need a simpler system like single-payer.

http://www.newrepublic.com/article/115837/834-hysteria-why-obamacares-data-problem-real-fixable.

Since anecdotal negatives are so popular, here's a positive. Wife had a kidney-stone obstruction and so the customary 3-5 business day wait for pre-approval is now history. ACA has assured the efficiencies from insurance admin are in place and it was approved in minutes WITHOUT the emergency affadavit required from physician in the past.

Danube on iPad

Once the employer mandate kicks in they'll be hunting Democrats with dogs in this country.

rich@gmu

>>>
Any word of whether she is giving new lessons?

Posted by: Thomas Collins<<<

yike!

Glasgow Gus

btw the approval was needed for a Cat-scan and under previous guidelines, without EMERGENCY status the $1650 cost would have been denied without prior approval.

rich@gmu

CH-

yea, ieee had a good feature about stem employment that brought up the h visa issue. he pointed out that even the federal reserve pushed immigration as a way to hold real wages down. Of course the Reps would want to reach across the aisle to help the Dems.

AliceH

LOL@12:45. ACA "qualified health plan" policies are not yet in effect; that happens next month, and even then only for a subset of indiv insured and small business group insured.

derwill

From the AP: "People shopping for insurance on the federal marketplace may be informed they're eligible for Medicaid and that their information is being sent to state officials to sign them up. However, states say they aren't able to enroll them because they're receiving incomplete data from the Obama administration."

Dave (in MA)

You have to love these sign restrictions. In the Mayor's neighborhood in Boston, the Dunkin Donuts had to put up a plain brown sign instead of one of their usual pink & orange signs so as not to disrupt the pastoral tranquility of the neighborhood, even though the business across the street stores its apparently-abandoned construction equipment in a weed-filled lot that features a crumbling cinderblock repair shop with rusty pieces of trucks piled up against its side.

derwill

From Bloomberg: "Come January, when some number of Americans have bought insurance on the new health exchanges and are starting to use the services, you can expect another controversy to arise when many of them find out just how few doctors and hospitals they have access to. Call it “doc shock,” though the biggest outcry will not come when people try to schedule an appointment with their physician, but when someone gets sick and they learn they cannot go to whatever top-notch hospital they want, only to the hospital that is included in their plan."

Extraneus

Meanwhile, shouldn't that be "whom" in the headline?

Who stiffed who? Wounded Warriors has no record of donation from lesbian waitress accused of tip hoax

The lesbian waitress who claimed she received an anti-gay note in lieu of a tip promised to donate the subsequent gratuities that poured in to the Wounded Warrior Project — but the veterans organization reportedly can’t verify it had received any donations from Dayna Morales.

rich@gmu

they'll find some good stories out there...or make them up like gg.

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

Thanks for the ideas! Neighbors have said they would pay for the stop sign. I'll bring it up on Tuesday...we have a Comm. Assn. meeting.

BTW the group that opposes the streetcar is gonna finally get to make a presentation at the meeting. That took some doin' too.

It is battles at all levels.

derwill

Via CNNMoney: "If you want to be insured come Jan. 1, you have to pay your first month's premium by your insurer's due date, often Dec. 31. Sounds simple enough, but federal officials and insurers are concerned that many consumers don't realize they have to take this last step and will remain uninsured. What's more, those who don't pay by then may have their Obamacare applications terminated, forcing them to re-enroll via healthcare.gov for coverage that will begin later in 2014."

rich@gmu

oh she lied again...big surprise.

Danube on iPad

Heckuva job, Barry:

"In that December five years ago, there were 80,380,000 Americans not in the labor force—meaning they were civilians who were 16 or older and not institutionalized, but also not working or actively looking for work. This November, the 91,273,000 Americans not in the labor force represented an increase of 10,893,000 in five years.

"In December 2008, the labor force participation rate—the percentage of people in the 16 or older civilian non-institutional population that were working or looking for a job—was 65.8 percent. The 63.0 percent labor force participation rate this November was 2.8 points below what it was five years ago."

Annoying Old Guy

OL, Rick;

All I can add to your comments to Janet is this.

derwill

Via Politico: "Even in states where Obamacare enrollment is booming, insurance companies are running into significant behind-the-scenes technical glitches that could threaten Jan. 1 health coverage.
Many of these 14 states and the District of Columbia have been eager to tout the success of their own exchanges compared with the bungled federal portal, but they now appear to be worrying about back-end problems similar to those afflicting HealthCare.gov."

Stephanie on kindle armchair QB Statue of Liberty FTW

Lol. I called and got a precert in 5 minutes this morning for an ultrasound for Monday under my subpar insurance coverage.

Try again chump.

Thomas Collins

http://abovethelaw.com/2013/12/lawyer-falls-for-nigerian-inheritance-scam-gets-suspended/

Well, since we have a subthread on use of lawyers to deal with bureaucracy, see above link for an article on a lawyer who thought he was dealing with a legitimate bureaucracy in Nigeria. OL and Janet, I'm sure you'll want to draw on that lawyer's expertise when you have issues with bureaucrats!

peter

Robbie Cano moving to Seattle for the next ten years.

Jane

I just got a notice that Obama waived the need for a credit score to get a loan. I have no idea if that is true, but I sure as hell wouldn't be surprised.

I'm with you DOt,currently residing in absolute sheer delight.

derwill

Via the Washington Post: "The enrollment records for a significant portion of the Americans who have chosen health plans through the online federal insurance marketplace contain errors — generated by the computer system — that mean they might not get the coverage they’re expecting next month.

The errors cumulatively have affected roughly one-third of the people who have signed up for health plans since Oct. 1, according to two government and health-care industry officials."

Captain Hate

Seattle has the latest ARod contract.

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

It's Modern Family Season 3 Episode 4 Door to Door.

Old Lurker

DoT: "Once the employer mandate kicks in they'll be hunting Democrats with dogs in this country."

Hey, there is a buck to be made renting drones to spot them for the hunters...

AliceH

What those 834 EDI (records to insurers) 'error rates' people aren't saying is that there is no frickin way to tell whether a record has errors without processing it and manually verifying it. They are determining error rates by sampling records and projecting averages.

So, while they are no doubt doing better in reducing the number of errors, they have absolutely no improvement at all on the impact overall - every single record is suspect and must be treated as possibly in error until proven otherwise.

what a nightmare.

Old Lurker

Bingo AOG. I use those guys a lot.

They need to make sure the posts are the same used by the county (some are designed to break off at the bottom) and the signs are the same size & thickness.

lyle

From the invaluable Sultan Knish:

Obama is dying now. ObamaCare, his great work, has failed. Like Ra and all the others, he will pass into the darkness and the ideas will reemerge again in a new avatar. Perhaps it will be Elizabeth Warren. Or someone else. And it will not be remembered that health care nationalization does not work. Like Communism, it will only be another experiment that was carried out incorrectly.

Bold mine.

Annoying Old Guy

OL;

I get the ULine catalogs because Boy Two finds them enjoyable reading material. He'll curl up for hours, paging through one. I can't imagine where he gets that from...

rich@gmu

>>>there is a buck to be made renting drones to spot them for the hunters...<<<

Hummm, Bezos is a more savvy entrepreneur than thought...

buy the WaPo to have cover for collecting targeting data and then launching a drone service...

BOOM!!!

pagar202

http://thisainthell.us/blog/?p=38733

"Concerned Veterans of America: it took longer to build a failed website than to defeat fascism"

IMO, the law that generated the failed website may accomplish what the fascists couldn't---
defeat America.

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

Thanks AOG at 1:04!!

Danube on iPad

"Like Communism, it will only be another experiment that was carried out incorrectly."

To the Left, for sure. But it will be a cold day in hell before congress ever rams another experiment like this down America's throat.

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