Generalissimo Francisco Franco is still dead. What about Ted Kennedy?
UPDATED: Hat tip to all the commenters and Caleb who suggest if the Dems are offended, we just call it the Mary Jo Kopechne Memorial Health Care Act. After all, she is already dead. — Erick We can objectively conclude this morning that the Democrats are trying to distract attention from their failures by pointing fingers at Rush Limbaugh. Yesterday afternoon, it reached a level | Read More »
_While we were looking one way… While everyone was cheering or jeering about the monetary value of the “Alleged Stimulus Bill” some health care legislation was slipped in that may actually kill people in the end. You see our government, who half of this country seems to think actually cares about them and their financial and health well being, has seen fit to tell health | Read More »
Heritage Foundation Wrong on Healthcare…Again
On 12/02/08, the Heritage Foundation released a document entitled, “Ensuring Access to Affordable Health Insurance—A Memo to President-Elect Obama,” written by Stuart Butler and Nina Owcharenko. It’s a serious document, and one which Heritage hopes will serve as a keynote for conservative action on health care reform over the next four years. Let’s take a look at what they have to say. Heritage has a | Read More »
Reading Your Opposition’s Works
From the diaries by Erick Case in point: Tom Daschle, former US Senator from SD, and Senate Majority/Minority leader in late 90s and early 2000s. Daschle, tapped by Mr. Obama to be Secretary of Health and Human Services next year, wrote a book that he likely now wishes no one would read. In fact, amazon.com and buy.com have no copies in stock, so he has | Read More »
The free market is the answer to healthcare “reform” and reviled retail giant, Wal-Mart, the world’s largest employer, is leading the way. Wal-mart’s in store pharmacies have saved consumers over $1 billion with their $4.00 prescription drug service. Now the retail giant is offering inexpensive healthcare services with no insurance required. Additionally, prices are fixed, advertised, and generally around $45 a visit. From Wal-Mart’s website: | Read More »
New Captain at the Helm of American Healthcare
As all major news outlets are reporting , former Senator Tom Daschle has accepted an offer from President-elect Barack Obama for the post of Health and Human Services Secretary. While most people were aware that Daschle was on the short list for the job, the healthcare industry at large is not responding well to the fact that he actually got the post.
Ah, the Granholm – Cherry economy, where even healthcare jobs go to die
Cross-posted on Right Michigan at www.RightMichigan.com. All of the flashy economic headlines in the state have to do with the will-they / won’t-they swirling around Capitol Hill Democrats as they consider whether or not to bail out the Big 3, but with Jennifer Granholm’s decision yesterday to take a break from her vacation tour of the Holy Land to tell President Bush that Michigan doesn’t | Read More »
Prepare to defend your country
It is unclear which part of Obama’s liberal agenda he will push first, but one thing is clear: if we aren’t united around ONE conservative alternative to each of his proposals, we will get run over. McCain’s awful campaign proved that opposition without an alternative will always lose. (Outside of McCain’s inner circle, I’m not sure anyone ever doubted it.) In order for the entire | Read More »
What is the Republican Solution to Health Care?
I thought John McCain’s healthcare plan was a pretty good start. A $5000 tax credit so you can buy the coverage you need to get from whoever and wherever has the best plan to fit your needs. I thought this was a very good way to promote free market solutions to the cost of health coverage, but it wasn’t enough. In the past few elections, | Read More »
An Open Letter to Barack Obama
An Open Letter to Senator Barack ObamaDear Sir, I am writing this brief letter to inform you that you will not be receiving my vote on November fourth of this year. I have duly considered your position on many different issues, and I must admit that I find your plans somewhat frightening. I fear that were you to gain the office of the president at | Read More »
The Healthcare Plans Explained
So Obama has been beating up McCain on healthcare policy. And as usual he has been distorting the facts in attempt to confuse the American public about what the McCain plan actually is, in order to scare them into thinking that his plan is better. Should we really be surprised? Then he makes it sounds like his plan is the same thing you have now, | Read More »
Arm Yourself for the Health Care Debate
The health care issue is set to be one of the most important issues in the next four years if the rhetoric coming from both sides is to be believed. (I question whether it really be. Remember Social Security in 2000. We’ve done a great job on that in the last eight years.) Here is a cornucopia of information that you can use to arm | Read More »
The Time Is Now: A McCain/Palin Ad Blitz For The Last Week
It’s the last week before voters go to the polls and choose America’s 44th President. I have observed with trepidation as the McCain Campaign has pulled its punches on major issues to settle on not-effective-enough character attacks with minor and pathetically weak (actually – Bush-like) attempts to sell policy on the major issues on voters’ minds. I have sought in the past few weeks to | Read More »
A sincere thank you to the Veterans Administration.
Hi: This isn’t the only place I’ve posted this, but since y’all are my recently adopted family, believe this to be true: I honestly did not want to get involved with any Government agency at any level, but I had no choice and my Dad is a WWII combat veteran in need of real help. On behalf of my Dad, Roy Solomon, a WWII combat | Read More »
McCain/Palin Ad Campaign Themes For The Final Stretch
The Economy & Taxes: In our system of Government, the Congress controls the purse. Despite the attacks of 9/11, despite Enron and the accounting scandals, the economy enjoyed 41 consecutive months of solid growth and nearly ten million new jobs from 2003 to early 2007. Then the Democrats took over Congress … Jim Johnson and Franklin Raines were the CEOs of Fannie Mae, the architects | Read More »