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July 30, 2014

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Pagar

Centrallcal, doesn't.the Obama regime have a member who has argued for years that we need to reduce our population drastically?
What could do that quicker than Ebola?

Danube on iPad

"Asymmetrical"

The Dark Forces, acting in concert as always. All unfavorable developments are always interrelated, and occur as the result of a Master Plan crafted by archfiends. Remember Loretta Fuddy!

Threadkiller

The world has no archfiends.

Threadkiller

Heres one, pagar

http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/hhs-secretary-nominee-sylvia-mathews-burwell-oversaw-gates-foundations-popu

Danube on iPad

"doesn't.the Obama regime have a member who has argued for years that we need to reduce our population drastically?"

One of the archfiends, obviously. Ebola is an obvious way to achieve the desired result. And of course he knows that there is zero chance that he could be exposed, tried and executed. His name escapes me at the moment....

Remember Loretta Fuddy!

Threadkiller

Here is another

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/07/21/obamas-science-czar-considered-forced-abortions-sterilization-population-growth/

Threadkiller

The muzzies that learned how to fly but didn't concern themselves with how to land were worried about being executed after they killed many people on 9/11.

The rule of law scares people straight.

Miss Marple

Danube, While I am not a conspiracy theorist, I do not take this ebola outbreak lightly.

We have few facilities for treating people with that disease. It is spread by bodily fluids, including SWEAT. The death rate with infected people is horrific.

So, I am quite concerned that no one is stopping planes arriving from Sierra Leone or Liberia. We could have outbreaks here fairly quickly if only a couple of infected people get through.

matt

As the doctor who ends up accidentally killing himself in WW Z said, "Nature is a bitch".

I'd put Putin in the archfiend category, TK. He has that certain je ne sais quoi.

KGB agent, tiger wrestler, Greek amphora discoverer, grizzle bear rider. It sure beats out our capri wearing ninny in chief in the arch-villain category.

Pagar

http://howtohelpsavetheenvironment.com/archives/hillary-clinton-population-control-will-now-become-the-centerpiece-of-u-s-foreign-policy

John P. Holden worked somewhere for The Republican candidate before he went to work for the Obama regime, I believe .

Threadkiller

Absolutely, matt.

matt

Oh, and Mr. Capri pants is doing a bunch more fundraisers as reported by Politico.

He is a malevolent bastard bent on, it seems, the destruction of Western Civ.

He's fiddling as the world burns.

Bori

SG,

That resolution is not the one that passed in the House. That was the first draft, the one that did get resolved was H.RES.1345.RTH.

In this one those pesky details you mentioned were not included, it dealt strictly with Iraq.
You might ask yourself why were those things removed? Well, because certain Democrats in Congress had known and many had approved of those things. Like Pelosi and the enhanced interrogation techniques, or the NSA spying.

Danube on iPad

"I do not take this ebola outbreak lightly."

Neither do I, not remotely. Nor should anyone have taken the influenza epidemic of 1918 lightly, nor for that matter the Hong Kong flu in 1957. Only now, however, do we have a cottage industry for nutballs who, in the absence of a shred of evidence, ascribe every infaust development to an organized conspiracy to destroy the United States.

There are such conspiracies, to be sure. (Al Qaeda and ISIS come to mind.) But it takes a paranoid fool to conclude that every unfortunate event that occurs, from the Ebola virus to the people fleeing Central America to a Tijuana drug-smuggling tunnel, is part of a war plan orchestrated by forces whom the nutballs are too frightened to name.

Remember Loretta Fuddy!

clarice

The head of Hamas has three sisters living in Israel and some of their children are in the IDF--How do you like that turn of events?

Danube on iPad

Asymmetrical warfare (Wiki):

"The term is frequently used to describe what is also called 'guerrilla warfare', "nsurgency', 'terrorism', 'counterinsurgency', and "counterterrorism", essentially violent conflict between a formal military and an informal, less equipped and supported, undermanned but resilient opponent."

Here, the opponent remains unnamed (why is that, do you suppose!). The "essential violence" is a flood of refugees and the potential spread of a deadly disease.

Were the loons during the Black Death this stupid?

Remember Loretta Fuddy!

Beasts of England

He resents Western Civilization as much as anyone, matt. He's an outsider from an economic and cultural perspective and this is his revenge. You'd think that the unimaginable blessings and advantages it has afforded him would have mitigated that just a fuzz, but he went full retard many years ago.

MomJeans delenda est.

Threadkiller

I theory of a possible invasion of the United States with people carrying infectious diseases should be treated as a theory of the only infectious disease being Ebola because lazy commentators only make it through 10% of a video that they prejudiced at the 1% mark.

The paranoid fools of the 9/11 commission incorrectly pointed to a failure of imagination as a leading cause of the United States Government ultimately leaving its citizens at risk.

Threadkiller

I=A

Danube on iPad

No, they're not loons. Not at all.

http://www.birtherreport.com/2014/01/graphics-expert-team-obama-whacked-fuddy.html

Jack is Back!

What gets my blood boiling isn't the Champ but those clowns behind him at every event. Who are these people and what the hell are they thinking? We are truly screwed when I see fellow Americans smiling, laughing and clapping for this charlatam.

The American Dream has produced a nightmare.

DOOM (TM MarkO)

Threadkiller

A person isn't murdered until the murderer is named.

Beasts of England

All this bickering is making me miss my ex-wife...

Threadkiller

Unrelated Birther report links from January cure Ebola.

Pagar

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/ebola-spiders-web-infection-growing-3939374

IMO Words can not express any reason why we would need to bring this disease to our shores

Danube on iPad

"person isn't murdered until the murderer is named"

Sheer nonsense--think of all the unsolved homicides.

A person cannot sensibly be described as having been murdered in the absence of evidence that s murder has occurred.

rich@gmu

evening all.

DoT-

Raines v. Byrd was first decided in the DC Circuit (2nd?) then was appealed to the Supreme Court.

Jack is Back!

DoT,

With all due respect you not believe that nefarious forces outside our purview are not actively thinking and planning our demise? It may be assymetrical or direct but they are there and we cannot accept our invulnerability. Most predictably, if the airways are secure, it will come from unsecure borders.

DOOM ITM MarkO)

Threadkiller

Murders can happen at the hand of unknown assailants, warfare cannot.

rich@gmu

the act in question had the following provision:

The Act provides that "[a]ny Member of Congress or any individual adversely affected by [this Act] may bring an action, in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, for declaratory judgment and injunctive relief on the ground that any provision of this part violates the Constitution." § 692(a)(1). Appellees brought suit under this provision ...

Danube on iPad

"the 9/11 commission incorrectly pointed to a failure of imagination as a leading cause of the United States Government ultimately leaving its citizens at risk."

There was abundant evidence before 9/11 that Al Qaeda was planning a dramatic attack on the U.S., and even some evidence that it might involve the use of hijacked airliners.

Only the loon concludes from this that, in the absence of a scintilla of evidence, our imaginations must lead us to conclude that the spread of a communicable disease in Africa is occurring as the result of a conspiracy to destroy America.

Threadkiller

GENERAL FINDINGS

Since the plotters were flexible and resourceful, we cannot know whether any single step or series of steps would have defeated them. What we can say with confidence is that none of the measures adopted by the U.S. government from 1998 to 2001 disturbed or even delayed the progress of the al Qaeda plot. Across the government, there were failures of imagination, policy, capabilities, and management.

Imagination
The most important failure was one of imagination. We do not believe leaders understood the gravity of the threat. The terrorist danger from Bin Ladin and al Qaeda was not a major topic for policy debate among the public, the media, or in the Congress. Indeed, it barely came up during the 2000 presidential campaign.

Al Qaeda's new brand of terrorism presented challenges to U.S. governmental institutions that they were not well-designed to meet. Though top officials all told us that they understood the danger, we believe there was uncertainty among them as to whether this was just a new and especially venomous version of the ordinary terrorist threat the United States had lived with for decades, or it was indeed radically new, posing a threat beyond any yet experienced.

As late as September 4, 2001, Richard Clarke, the White House staffer long responsible for counterterrorism policy coordination, asserted that the government had not yet made up its mind how to answer the question: "Is al Qida a big deal?"

A week later came the answer.

http://www.9-11commission.gov/report/911Report_Exec.htm

Jack is Back!

Nytol. Remember: Good night, sleep right, don't let the bed bugs bite:)

clarice

I usually agree with DoT, and I admit the suit by Boehner is something of a long shot because it is so unique, but so is Obama's lawlessness and I've read the arguments by law professors who suggested this tack, and I wouldn't dismiss it out of hand.

clarice

OTOH I thought Randy Barnett's argument on Obamacare was sound though a long shot and but for Roberts' tortured reading of it it would have.

Some Guy

The biggest problem I see with the Orangeboy's lawsuit is that he is suing Zero to enforce a law that nobody in the GOP voted for.

You can't say it's "a bad law!" and "you're not doing it right" at the same time. (political not legal sense)

It would be like Ted Kennedy voting against a tax cut, then suing to have it enforced because he thinks it would embarrass Reagan by creating deficits. We'd think Kennedy was an unprincipled fool (or more of one).

Danube on iPad

"Though top officials all told us that they understood the danger, we believe there was uncertainty among them as to whether this was just a new and especially venomous version of the ordinary terrorist threat the United States had lived with for decades"

Which top officials are aware of the danger of an Ebola virus attack? Whom should their imaginations direct them to suspect of planning such an attack?

To the loon, such questions are irrelevant. The presence of a deadly disease is in and of itself evidence of a conscious plan to destroy the U.S., and no architect of the plan must be named.

My purpose in this bickering has been to demonstrate that these people are loons. Not wanting to remind Beasts of his ex-wife, I'm declaring victory and checking out. Loons are destined to be loons.

Threadkiller

The loon fighters have declared the border is secure and no communicable diseases shall ever enter the United States because Top Officials say so.

Bori

SG,

If I may add another point, that this is what was chosen as the basis for the lawsuit rather than any other of Obama's actions sends a message that was right in those other circumstances and any dissension was just political theater, as this is being called.

Threadkiller

Brooklyn Park first responders take Ebola precautions

Emergency first responders in Brooklyn Park, home to one of the largest concentrations of Liberians outside of Liberia, will take additional precautions in light of the Ebola outbreak that has killed nearly 700 people in three West African nations.

http://m.startribune.com/?id=269311081

jimmyk

Picture perfect night in NYC, 72 degrees, the missus and I ate at the Boat Basin Restaurant overlooking the Hudson, got this picture from the table:
image

Bori

I wonder how many 9-11 bombers or the Boston Bombers or the other terrorist plots that have happen since and before 9-11 swam across the
Rio Grande. It must be millions.

rich@gmu

lovely picture jimmyk.

Stephanie

I took TK's calling everything asymetrical as a quasi joke that was designed to tweak DoT.

From my POV, it seems to have worked.

Threadkiller

People who think millions of terrorist plots are related to the Rio Grande also think a bomb was used on 9/11.

The loons are many.

Threadkiller

I love you Stephanie!

Bori

I couldn't agree more, TK.

Threadkiller

Takes one to know one.

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

The biggest problem I see with the Orangeboy's lawsuit is that he is suing Zero to enforce a law that nobody in the GOP voted for.

It reminds me of a tactic that a neighbor used to protest our neighborhood being a historic district. He was against the historic designation. He would turn in everyone that broke "the rules"...even though he was against "the rules".
Sort of a You wanted this law...so Obey It!

I don't know how much good it did. He died a few years ago.
But one thing it did do was make sure all the ones that voted for the historic designation, obeyed their own created rules.

You know libs...they are forever implementing something & then giving themselves a waiver, or getting around it somehow....or having some connection which gets them out of having to obey.

clarice

Lovely picture, jimmyk.

Niters.

Bori

Speaking of loony conspiracies, this came out of Senator Boxer's committee.

How a Club of Billionaires and Their Foundations Control the Environmental Movement and Obama’s EPA

A new report was released today by the Senate Environment and Public Works committee, and it is damning. All this time that climate skeptics are accused of being in the employ of “big oil” is nothing more than a projection of their own greed.

LUN

Stephanie

Should we call your continued commenting 'asymmetrical' every post an asymmetrical blogwar?

I've had Captain America in my brain all afternoon warning 'He's just trying to wind us up.' (The Avengers talking about Loki)

Well played, sir, well played.

Danube on iPad

I think the fool is serious. Remember, he's been posting stuff from Leo G. Donofrio and the Birther Report for years without a hint of irony. I don't think irony is his long suit.

Threadkiller

If I knew you were going to get all butt hurt I would have posted ass-ymmetrical.

You think the borders are secure and I'm a fool.

Got it.

rich@gmu

thanks for the link bori.

too bad we can't just shut down the EPA.

Climate is big enough and old enough, it can take care of itself.

rich@gmu

Janet-

making them live by their rules ... I've heard that before.

your neighborhood is a historical district?

Exasperated

You didn't think that Beavis and Butthead (Kerry and Hagel) were going to make Obama look good, did you?
BO had to scrape the bottom of the barrel to get Clinton.

Threadkiller
After his brutal attack on four U.S. Marines in 2012, the victims’ families have looked to the Afghani justice system to punish Ainuddin Khudairaham. Instead, the man who killed three and seriously injured a fourth has been tried as a juvenile and sentenced to a paltry seven and a half year prison term. Nearly two years ago, Khudairaham, who served as an aide to local law enforcement, brought a rifle with him to the gym at a Helmand Province forward operating base and opened fire. He killed Lance Cpl. Gregory Buckley Jr., Cpl. Richard Rivera Jr., and Staff Sgt. Soctt Dickinson during the violent encounter Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Allen West weighed in on the light sentence during a recent Fox News interview, explaining that it will have far-reaching effects throughout the U.S. military. “This is absolutely unconscionable,” he said, noting tests indicate that Khudairaham was potentially 18 years old when he committed the crime. The shooter “should not have been tried as a juvenile,” West noted; “and as a matter of fact, the family of Lance Cpl. Buckley was told that he was not going to be tried as a juvenile.” He called the sentencing “heinous,” suggesting that such a vicious criminal should be put to death. Read more at http://www.westernjournalism.com/allen-west-reacts-short-sentence-murderer-three-marines-powder-keg/#R3XmBIkBFXsF9LD0.99

This injustice, he asserted, is symptomatic of widespread problems affecting America’s men and women in uniform. “It’s very damaging,” he said, “because it’s not just this incident. But when you think about the fact that we’re handing out pink slips to our combat leaders who are still there in Afghanistan but we cannot hand out pink slips to any of the managers and officials that are in charge in the Veterans Administration and have the blood of our veterans on our hands.” His outrage extends to the perceived inaction regarding the IRS’ targeting of conservative groups and the ongoing border crisis.
Read more at http://www.westernjournalism.com/allen-west-reacts-short-sentence-murderer-three-marines-powder-keg/#R3XmBIkBFXsF9LD0.99

“This is a powder keg that is building up in the military community,” he noted, explaining that, if the Obama administration rewards accused Army deserter Bowe Bergdahl with back pay after his time in the custody of Afghanistan terrorists, the brewing tension might come to a boil. “If we don’t do the right thing and charge Bowe Bergdahl as a deserter, which I think the administration is trying to sneak past us and classify him as a POW, [and] he gets $350,000 in taxpayer money, I think that might be the fuse,” he concluded.


http://www.westernjournalism.com/allen-west-reacts-short-sentence-murderer-three-marines-powder-keg/#HSi1DgZGXgzy5DPu.99

West is also worried about Ebola. I should email Donofrio and tell him to tell West to chill.

There is a video at the link. DoT won't be able to finish it.

Threadkiller

Sorry about the middle links. They must have snuck in from the Rio Grande.

Threadkiller

Thanks Stephanie.

:-)

Danube on iPad

Tell me the loon isn't serious. Communicable disease danger = anti-American plot. Plotters not known, nor do they need to be known. Nor need there be evidence of any plot.

My theory is that he has something of a lust to debase himself.

Stephanie

I play no favorites in the ongoing blogwar/commentwar. Some days it's like watching the Two Stooges and some days it's "oh shit, not again."

Geez, some days I'm the butt of jokes like the 'laying tile' stuff.

Tis all good unless the tone gets to an ugly bent.

Bori

They did not need to sneak, you gave them a Visa.

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

making them live by their rules ... I've heard that before.

your neighborhood is a historical district?

yeah. It's a pain. Complete strangers get to tell you what to do with your property.
We knew when we moved here...so I don't have high ground to complain. hah!

Beasts of England

I was kidding about my ex. I don't miss her. ;)

Threadkiller

The plot thickens.

Beasts of England

Let me state that I don't believe that the drug cartels are waging a war against the US. We're their best customers. And if there is some redeeming value to those cowboys, it's that they're the last pure capitalists on the planet, and, as such, they recognize that cash flow is king.

Captain Hate

I was kidding about my ex. I don't miss her. ;)

Don't worry, Beasts; I'm sure nobody took that seriously.

Some Guy

Don't worry, Beasts; I'm sure nobody took that seriously.

...except his ex.

Stephanie

Gowdy is set to have the first Benghazi hearings in early September:

http://conservativetribune.com/first-benghazi-hearing/

Strawman Cometh

"full retard"
From the Cap'ts link, Dana the huntsman gatherer starts well:
"..Kerry, whose self-regard is legendary"

" With a golden retriever’s enthusiasm, he has thrust himself into crisis after crisis. But breakthroughs have eluded him; "

but amends his early insights with the usual agitprop
The comments are gratifyingly merciless.

Captain Hate

I like that there have been no leaks from Gowdy's group and that he hasn't courted publicity on this. Issa should take note.

Captain Hate

Yes, SC, it's like he left his desk in the middle of writing it and had some juiceboxer finish it.

Danube on iPad

An immutable law is that if there is something people want and they are willing to pay for it, suppliers will come forth. If the product is outlawed, it will be provided illegally in a black market. (A black market is in fact a very distorted free market. It would never arise if markets were truly free.)

I keep trying to imagine what things would be like if all substances were decriminalized, but regulated in the way that alcohol and tobacco are regulated. Certainly there would be people who would willingly destroy themselves, but many if not most of them will do so anyway. What cost are we willing to incur in order to prevent a few more people from doing so?

Rick B

Beasts,

I can't quite fit drug cartels into the free market mold. While it's true they rarely use civil litigation or purchased regulators to discourage easy entry and/or control of specific territory their resolution methodology to discourage competition appears seems to have the same effect as purchasing a Congressman or regulator. They appear to be strong mercantilists with a penchant for complete and irreversible resolution of trade disputes rather than capitalists.

Ignatz

Cartels are the last pure capitalists?
That sounds counter-intuitive or perhaps I'm misunderstanding the term cartel....or capitalist for that matter.

Beasts of England

@Some Guy: proof that I love my fellow JOMers is that I'd never let her know about this place. Think Tasmanian Devil with a dash of Southern Belle, and you can imagine how she'd undermine this site's very existence. She's never lost an argument - not even close. Yikes! (plural)

Ignatz

Shoulda refreshed first.

Ignatz

--What cost are we willing to incur in order to prevent a few more people from doing so?--

There doesn't seem to be a ceiling.

Beasts of England

And she's a ginger. DOOM!

Captain Hate

My biggest argument against ending the war on drugs is giving a victory to those annoying douches who keep yammering about how we need to reroute the money to treatment efforts. Imo that's like trying to cure poverty by buying lottery tickets.

Stephanie

Steve Stockman via FB:

Speaker John Boehner conceded the bank bailout was a "Crap Sandwich" when he told GOP Reps to vote for it.
Any border package bill that does not defund Obama’s amnesty is a ‪#‎CrapChimichanga‬

=====================

Waiting on the left's two minute hate to begin in 5, 4, 3...

Threadkiller

Good thing there has never been a black market for birth certificates.

Ignatz

Superb column by Charles C W Cooke on the odious and now ubiquitous poltroon and hectoring phony Neil deGrasse Tyson whose only real scientific accomplishment is in somehow making Carl Sagan look like less of an affected pompous ass.

They both suffered from the Krugmanesque vanity of thinking some facility in some narrow area of inquiry means they're not damned fools everywhere else.

Beasts of England

I won't disappoint hit by apologizing for my cart post, but I will clarify it thusly: the cartels are very fluid and the term 'pure' was imprecise - I should have chosen 'unregulated'.

Beasts of England

cart = cartel. Sheesh. I need a bump. ;)

Stephanie

Meant to report on this when I got back last Sunday, but I forgoted:

Woke up Saturday morning about 3 am (some guy and his wife were having an argument in their room about how come she played a Blackjack hand and lost and you could hear them 3 doors away) and the TV was on CNN and it was showing an old rerun of Forensic Files. The prosecutor being interviewed about the case was Trey Gowdy. He was just as awesome on that episode as he is in the hearings. I don't know if there is any way to find out which/how many episodes he's appeared on, but he really knocked it out of the park.

Beasts of England

How much did you win, Steph?

Bori

<<>>

What are you talking about, there is a big market for forged documents, birth certificates, licenses, and SSN# from CT.

jimmyk

I can't quite fit drug cartels into the free market mold.

Adam Smith did worry about cartels in a completely free market, but in this case the illegality helps. If you're already outside the law, enforcing territory with an army is not such a big leap.

Threadkiller

Connecticut the dots.

jimmyk

For a bit of fun, watch Ron Dermer completely pwn attractive but not-too-swift Erin Burnett:

http://freebeacon.com/national-security/dermer-slams-cnns-israeli-palestinian-coverage-you-do-your-viewers-a-disservice/

Even better than Joan Rivers.

Stephanie

Didn't. Lost $80 on the weekend. Coulda been worse.

Sunday morning I sat down and put $20 in a progressive machine and slow played on the lowest bet level to kill time until the 'last chance' drawing for us losers in the slot tournament and damned if I didn't hit the next to the highest payout, which, if I had been playing the max as usual, I woulda won $3,572, but since I was playing the minimum, I won $100. Playing the max two trips ago I won $1,993 at that level. ARRRGH!

Ignatz

Bori,
TK was making an asymmetrical, trolling, birther, ebola comment that may or may not have been instrumental in the assassination of Loretta Fuddy by verbal loon assault because she was an illegal immigrant who was born in Kenya and was Leo Donofrio's love child by 9 mimeographed layers of Orly Taitz, all of whom were involved in a conspiracy so vast.....
Clear now?

Ignatz


Pic of the day from Angry White Dude

Bori

Iggy,

Cristal. Thanks for the clarification.

daddy

Obamacare Website Has Cost $840 Million

The Obama administration has spent roughly $840 million on HealthCare.gov, including more than $150 million just in cost overruns for the version that failed so badly when it launched last year.

Thats one and a half Solyndra's!

daddy

too bad we can't just shut down the EPA.

The Hill: EPA to Republicans: You're making it 'very difficult' to do our job

A top official at the Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday he is troubled by a lack of trust from Republicans concerning the EPA’s new climate rule and plan to regulate smaller bodies of water.

Well I did a little googling so allow me to refresh this top Officials memory so he can understand why Republicans might not trust the EPA:

---WaPo (2012): A senior Environmental Protection Agency official resigned Sunday in an effort to end the furor over his remarks that the EPA should make examples of polluters the way Romans crucified people to quash rebellions.

---New York Post (2013): The highest-paid official of the US Environmental Protection Agency bilked the government out of nearly $1 million in fraudulent wages and benefits – by convincing his bosses he was also a CIA operative and leaving for long periods at a time

---WaPo (2013): In a huge Environmental Protection Agency warehouse in Landover, enterprising workers made sure that they had all the comforts of home. They created personal rec rooms with televisions, radios, chairs and couches. On the walls were photos, calendars and pinups. For entertainment, they had books, magazines and videos. If they got hungry, they could grab something from a refrigerator and pop it into a microwave.

---Hot Air (2013): The EPA gave an ethics award to fake employee, “Richard Windsor,” who was already just an unethically created e-mail alias for the agency’s former head, Lisa P. Jackson.

---PJMedia (2013): The EPA makes conservatives pay a fortune for FOIAs to be granted while waiving fees for liberal groups.

---TownHall.Com (2013): The EPA leaked confidential information on farmers and cattle facilities to environmental groups.

---Washington Times (2014): EPA employees’ use of their own private email accounts to conduct government business was rampant among top-level officials, according to according to a new report Thursday from Senate Republicans that accused the agency’s own internal watchdog of botching an investigation.

There's more, but that gets the point across. Amazing to see all those laid out there though isn't it.

DebinNC

Amazing and sickening, daddy.

Aetna CEO said yesterday the "back end" of Obamacare isn't up and running yet, which I think means Uncle Sugar has picked up the tab so far and nobody's paid a premium yet as the mechanism to do so is still inoperable.

Meanwhile over at the Social Security Admin, $300M spent on computer upgrade didn't produce a workable system.

daddy

Excellent link at 12:28, JimmyK.

It is outrageous and unprincipled behavior by CNN and the MSM not to report this stuff, but I'm out of adjectives to describe them since it happens over and over and over again.

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