Nancy Pelosi’s ‘Tell’
Nancy Pelosi proves that it is possible to give “tells”, even if your face can’t move and you are an accomplished liar. First, the “she made an utter fool of herself” part, because any chance to point and snicker at Pelosi is A-Okay with me. While giving a speech to the National Association of Counties, Pelosi said the following: “You’ve heard about the controversies, the | Read More »
Government Health Care Is Not About Health Care; It’s About Government
“Government Health Care is not about health care; It’s about Government.” So reads the last line of Mark Steyn’s latest brilliant article, which I strongly suggest that everyone read. He’s right, of course, but I’d go even a step further. It’s not just about government, it’s about a mindset and a freedom-squashed way of life. Once the government becomes more than just a safety net, | Read More »
If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Bribe ‘Em: Obama Now Trading Judgeships For Votes
Chicago-style politics once again coming home to roost. The Weekly Standard is reporting that Obama is now selling judgeships for health care votes: Tonight, Barack Obama will host ten House Democrats who voted against the health care bill in November at the White House; he’s obviously trying to persuade them to switch their votes to yes. One of the ten is Jim Matheson of Utah. | Read More »
Hey, I *heart* the NHS Women: Do You Love This?
I’ve mentioned many times that amongst the myriad of reasons why I do NOT want “Universal” (Socialized) Health Care, and why I thought all women should not, is because: a) I don’t trust the Government with a Speculum b) I don’t want a bureaucrat deciding if my epidural is really “cost-effectively necessary” While the above were said somewhat tongue in cheek, I suppose I now | Read More »