Friday, August 27, 2010

A TEST about Obamacare:

Who was your blogger buddy who kept warning of THIS if health care reform was adapted?
Who was the president who kept telling you and me that "you can keep your private insurance if you want to?"
Hint: One was Obama the other was ME :-)
This STINKS... It's times like this I hate to have been right.
You'd have to have been on ACID not to know this would happen.......was the whole Left on Acid?
GeeeeZ
z

14 comments:

FrogBurger said...

This is partly by design and partly an unintended consequence of a new law that is so sweeping, it will affect nearly every corner of an industry that accounts for one-sixth of the U.S. economy.

Unintended??? No it was intended. It was meant to destroy them so we don't have a choice. So that there's no competition. So that the big insurance companies that gave a lot of money to Obama can take all the marketshares. Or so that public option can be the only solution.

"Congress intentionally decided it wasn't necessary to save every player in the market

Says a lot. We're far from being a capitalist system anymore when Congress can decide the marketplace and the level of competition.

I had to stop reading. This makes me sick to my stomach.

And when I see statists like McCain win their primaries I'm even sicker.

Opus #6 said...

Frog, I don't understand why McCain won either. I just don't get it. We are trying to right this boat. Not run it onto the ground.

Z said...

Hayward wasn't the perfect candidate but who couldn't see that mcCain follows whichever way the wind's blowing? And that he was for amnesty until this primary? The man's a fraud and back in the senate again, i'm sure.
what a train wreck, just when we thought we could improve.

Anonymous said...

Hello everyone, bon soir Madame Z. "Can you pass the acid test''? Holy Smokes, no conincidences, I'm currently reading Phil Lesh's auto-bio and reading about the ''tests''. Pretty wild stuff. Been there done that myself, long, long time ago and far far away. '' Uh, sorry man, uh, what was the topic''? :-) Johnnymac.

Chuck said...

We will be finding things hidden in this for the next decade.

Elmers Brother said...

McCain dropped the amnesty thing during Bush's term I think. But you're right Z there are times when he gets off the reservation. I've even issued a fatwa against him on my blog.

Mustang said...

Frog & Opie ... I agree with both of you, but I think we have to remember the people of Arizona elected Janet Napolitano as their attorney general and then their governor. There is a wide swath of liberalism in the desert; it might have something to do with sun-fried brains.

Arizona didn't get 400,000 illegal aliens because of a recently conservative past. Sheriff Arpio was always being assaulted in the press by the left; and don't think that Janet Napolitano isn't behind his troubles with Eric Holder right now.

The question for today is this: Why did the Koreans let Jimmy Carter go?

Major said...

Hey...wake up...there exists a semblance of sanity yet in our "government.

"Responding to a grassroots outcry from gun owners, the Environmental Protection Agency today announced that it has denied a petition by the Center for Biological Diversity and other radical groups that had sought to ban the use of lead in ammunition.

Agreeing with the position of the NRA and the firearms industry, the agency explained in a news release that it “does not have the legal authority to regulate this type of product under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).” Further crushing the hopes of anti-gun and anti-hunting activists, the release added: “nor is the agency seeking such authority.”

“It’s outrageous that this petition even went this far,” said Chris W. Cox, NRA-ILA Executive Director. “We applaud the EPA for its understanding of the law and its common sense in this situation — both of which were totally missing in the petition filed by these extreme anti-gun and anti-hunting groups.”

Because the EPA has no power to regulate ammunition, it will not move ahead with a public comment period on the petition. However, a comment period will remain open until September 15 on the other part of the petition, which asks EPA to ban the use of lead in fishing sinkers.

Be sure to watch for more coverage of this important victory in next week’s Grassroots Alert and in NRA’s magazines."


Hey...yahoo and goddamn. Buy your ammo now...before these dweebs try this again. The downside of this? If the ban on lead ammo goes forth...it will be replaced by ammo...that will render bullet proof vest ( cops ) useless. Substitute compounds like copper alloys, titanium and others won't be able to stop a bullet.

On the other side....it would have doubled the price of ammo. Not that it would have stopped independents and a new black market from producing their own. On the contrary...this would have been a clear sign to all gun owners...to stock up...and prepare for the coming civil unrest.

Anonymous said...

I've got my 223's...my 357's...my 9mm....my arms all ready and waiting. The assholes in DC...haven't a clue as to the resistance they are facing. !00,000,000 gun owners...that will refuse to bend. Backed by a few million Army, Marines and patriots that will side with them.

Bring it on....Oscuma...bring it on.

beamish said...

Life feeds on life feeds on life feeds on life feeds on life feeds on life.

"Today a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves. Here's Tom with the weather."
— Bill Hicks

beamish said...

The question for today is this: Why did the Koreans let Jimmy Carter go?

It's easier than building an internet access port to send him his orders in an email.

beamish said...

Substitute compounds like copper alloys, titanium and others won't be able to stop a bullet.

Pennies are worth something ;)

Mustang said...

"...there exists a semblance of sanity yet in our "government."

No starting rumors, Major. Remember what old Ben Franklin once told us: "A hiccup does not a semblance of sanity make."

Elmers Brother said...

Frog & Opie ... I agree with both of you, but I think we have to remember the people of Arizona elected Janet Napolitano as their attorney general and then their governor. There is a wide swath of liberalism in the desert; it might have something to do with sun-fried brains.

I hate to say it Mustang but we had a large number of Californians move here during the housing boom. Arizona was mostly conservative with a very large and active Mormon influence. One of the few Mormon temples is here in Mesa.