Is Obamacare a Dead Parrot? Is Liberalism an Ex-Parrot? Lets Ask the Experts…
This explains Obamacare better than any pundit could possibly do with words: A little comic relief is needed in light of the disaster unfolding before our eyes as the government tries in vain to remake a sixth of our economy. It simply can’t be done without causing an equal and opposite reaction. Even Sir Isaac Newton could have seen an increase in premiums coming! Clearly more | Read More »
A Case Study: Yep, Congress Has Repealed A Bad Healthcare Law Before Now…Almost.
They say history repeats itself. Maybe events do but not always the outcome. Case in point. Congress passed a Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act in 1988 but quickly realized it wouldn’t work. Seniors rose up in indignation and disgust over the costs and Congress retreated in response to The People. It Sounds remarkably similar to the high risk pool in O’care called the CLASS Act that was promptly | Read More »
The Speaker Heard The People and His Caucus. Now Onto the Strategy and Negotiating…
“Stand Up and Defund It or Sit Down and Do Nothing, Sort Of” was the title when I finished this diary in the wee hours last night. But upon reading that the House will include defunding in the CR today, I had to change it. Yet I still have a few qualms with their reported strategy that are outlined below. No matter what strategy one | Read More »
I Have Found the Elusive Pushmi-Pullyu! And Two Good Reasons to be Optimistic.
A Pushmi-Pullyu is a unicorn-type character from Dr. Doolittle with two heads that is perpetually at odds with itself. Once thought to be extinct, low and behold, it was right under our tent. It’s the GOP! The “Focus” article from EE advised us, the voters, to keep our eye on the real issues and implore our lawmakers to do the same. Sound advice. There’s just one problem; | Read More »