Tag: National Health Care

In This Case, I Say We Look to Britain

In This Case, I Say We Look to Britain

| July 25, 2010 | 1 Reply

This past weekend, the left’s best and brightest met in Las Vegas to discuss, among other things, how they can rush America pell-mell toward an NHS-style, single-payer, government-run health care system. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, surrounded by a friendly audience on his home turf, proclaimed the public option a fait accompli. Meanwhile, as Philip […]

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Another Whiny Loser Republican Calls Us Racist Demagogues

Another Whiny Loser Republican Calls Us Racist Demagogues

| July 9, 2010 | 5 Replies

Help me out here, soon to be unemployed Congressman Inglis. What you’re really saying is that demagoguery isn’t leadership when people you don’t like do it, but your demagoguery? Well that’s just fine. Does that about sum it up? [Bob Inglis] cited a claim made famous by Palin that the Democratic health care bill would […]

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This Summer, The Grilling Isn’t Just for Burgers!

This Summer, The Grilling Isn’t Just for Burgers!

| June 1, 2010 | 2 Replies

I’m with Moe Lane. Let’s get Donald Berwick, President Obama’s┬ánominee to run Medicare and Medicaid, in front of America to explain a few things. I look forward to putting Sir Donald under the glare of television cameras and inviting him to explain why he loves a system that is actively importing foreign doctors to cover […]

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American Individualism isn’t a Bug, Man.

American Individualism isn’t a Bug, Man.

| April 29, 2010 | 1 Reply

Before this morning, I had no idea who Dr. Donald Berwick is nor why I should care. After reading Pat Austin’s post on the fine doctor, whom President Obama wants to head up the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, I’m sorry I know his name. See, Dr. Berwick is a bureaucrat, one of a […]

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Let’s Play CEO!

Let’s Play CEO!

| April 28, 2010 | Reply

Do you like imagination games? I do. Let’s play one right now. Imagine you run a huge corporation that’s run upon hard times but has plenty of strength and potential. You have devised a plan to give all your employees a plethora of new benefits. Better, your plan will also, despite the incredible cost,┬ácompletely turn […]

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Remember When We Liked Mitt Romney?

Remember When We Liked Mitt Romney?

| April 19, 2010 | 39 Replies

Oh, Mitt. You are so finished. Today, a blogger for the website Rightosphere, Kavon Nikrad, writes that he asked Romney at a recent book signing to clarify what was meant by the “worst aspects,” and Romney told him that he would oppose a repeal of the individual mandate. Winning an election isn’t exactly rocket science. […]

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I…I Have No Words Anymore to Explain the Idiocy

I…I Have No Words Anymore to Explain the Idiocy

| April 13, 2010 | 3 Replies

Well done, Congressional Democrats. Well done indeed. It is often said that the new health care law will affect almost every American in some way. And, perhaps fittingly if unintentionally, no one may be more affected than members of Congress themselves. In a new report, the Congressional Research Service says the law may have significant […]

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Democrats: From Way Back Here, Obamacare Looks Wonderful!

Democrats: From Way Back Here, Obamacare Looks Wonderful!

| April 9, 2010 | 8 Replies

If government-run health care is so very awesome, why are so many Democrats running away from it now? In districts and states where the overhaul was most controversial, town-hall meetings have been replaced with tightly controlled business roundtables and other gatherings with voters. In Nevada, first-term Democratic Rep. Dina Titus defended her vote for the […]

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Maybe the Surgeon General Could Issue a Warning for Presidential Q&As

Maybe the Surgeon General Could Issue a Warning for Presidential Q&As

| April 4, 2010 | 4 Replies

Perhaps the next time the White House sets up a Q&A session for the President, the staff should warn the public to bring a bag lunch. That way, the audience won’t be in danger of starvation if the President decides to answer more than two questions. Last week, an audience in North Carolina nearly met […]

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I Thought Enron-Style Accounting Was Bad.

I Thought Enron-Style Accounting Was Bad.

| March 27, 2010 | 3 Replies

For months, businesses small and large have been saying to all and sundry that if Obamacare passed, they would either have to shell out a truckload of money or reduce the amount of coverage they offered their employees. Democrats, who generally think of accounting rules like small children think of Brussel sprouts, decided to ignore […]

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