Thursday, July 21, 2011

James O'Keefe at it again: Have you heard about this video.....think the media will notice?

This time, O'Keefe posed as a Russian drug dealer from a company called Bob Marley Pharmaceuticals......asking for Medicaid assistance and abortions for his 12 year old sisters who "like to do favors" for "clients" and need frequent abortions. You simply won't believe how the Ohio Medicaid employees help them:

The employees tell them how to hide their expensive cars so that they can qualify for Medicaid; the employees tell them Planned Parenthood will pay for everything.....and worse. You simply will not believe this video.

God help America.


z

19 comments:

Silverfiddle said...

This young man is doing a great service to our nation, doing the reporting that our journolists just won't do.

This is the perversion of a government bureaucracy. If your job is to hand out government assistance, you want more poverty!

Brooke said...

Medicaid fraud is absolutely unreal. Even when reported, the gov't seldom does a thing to stop it.

I can't believe these workers just go along with such a preposterous scenario. I'm not sure what's more disturbing; whether they BELIVE this story and STILL go along with it, or whether they disbelieve it and still go along with it.

The laughter/cackling by the first worker was infuriating. I guess it's not HER money, so whatever.

The second worker! FAMILY MEDICAL?!? After she was just told the guy was whoring the sister?!?

I'd like to say this is unbelievable, but sadly, it is.

I hate to think that these corrupt workers still have a job, and on our dole.

beamish said...

There copuld be no abuse of government social welfare programs, if there were no government social welfare programs.

You don't spruce up cancer, you remove it.

Z said...

thanks, Imp...it is JAMES not Steven....I was sure I heard Steven but it didn't sound right. thanks.

Silverfiddle; nobody's picking this up. Apparently, Americans really don't care how much they're getting screwed.

Brooke; the women there didn't bat an eyelash at twelve year olds doing this guy's clients and needing abortions......imagine the junk they see day in and day out? And they approve payment for or send over to Planned Parenthood which we ALL KNOW, according to them, performs really important medical services, not just abortions :-) @#$(*&@#$(*& (sarcasm there)

Beamish.....good luck in the entitlement nanny state the dems created for votes in this country.

beamish said...

Beamish.....good luck in the entitlement nanny state the dems created for votes in this country.

And the Republicans.

I've adopted a new stance. Anyone that wants to "reform" entitlement programs rather than utterly obliterate them into non-existence is a g.d. commie well to my left.

That puts me in a country full of commies. It is what it is.

Impertinent said...

Pas un problème, de rien!


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Lisa said...

And we have a president setting a fine example on how to spend other people's money who had to be dragged kicking and screaming to work on a budget.
Of course he is getting all the credit for it. No wonder your blog is called "Geez"

Geez!

beamish said...

Reform will never happen as long as far left communist defenders of the welfare state like the Tea Party movement are out there screeching "Don't touch my Social Security! Don't touch my Medicare! Don't touch my Medicaid!" and drowning out actual conservatives.

The closest you can get one of those extreme left-wing national socialists that make up the bulk of the Tea Party to agree is that there is a debt problem. But, being mostly ex-Democrats a little more than viscerally upset that a black man is doling out their welfare now, they propose that the solution to debt is to make cuts in defense spending and adopt the selective isolationism of Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul.

The fatal blow to American conservatism was to miscall the Tea Party "conservative."

There is presently no conservative movement in America. Just national socialists and international socialists bickering with each other over the fastest way to destroy capitalism.

Z said...

Lisa, that is EXACTLY why I named this blog GeeeeZ......because there is so much outrageous stuff that deserves "GEEEEEZ, what the HELL is going ON HERE?"

Beamish, this blog will continue to honor the Tea Party members for at least doing something to stop the GOP hacks so I won't be publishing any more Tea Party negative posts. Thanks.

Imp...merci.

beamish said...

It's okay, Z. I'm used to left-wing blogs not publishing conservative comments. :P

Z said...

This is how we'll lose the next election, too.....nobody was conservative ENOUGH.
Our country can't afford that.....when you come up with a great idea to help people who have every right to expect social security and Medicare because they're close to retirement and expected and need it to be there, come back and join the fun! :-)

Your buddy Pawlenty isn't for closing down SS or Medicare, either. I am, IF we can figure out a way to hold people over who have every right to expect it...were they wrong in counting on it? Probably...
but I'm not for lines of homeless lining the streets of AMerica because we cut everybody off.

beamish said...

when you come up with a great idea to help people who have every right to expect social security and Medicare because they're close to retirement and expected and need it to be there, come back and join the fun!

That simply rephrases the problem. Too many wild-eyed mindless communists miscalling themselves "conservative" running around with their hands out "expecting" government assistance for their inadequately planned retirements.

I'm 40 years old, 41 next month. I've heard all my life that the welfare state entitlement Ponzi schemes were going to collapse, that they would have no part of my retirement. And so, I've planned accordingly. Learning to swim rather than trying to rearrange the deck chairs on the Titanic.

I think the best way to stop people from relying on the government is to let them be severely burned by this folly.

Viva the default.

Your buddy Pawlenty isn't for closing down SS or Medicare, either. I am, IF we can figure out a way to hold people over who have every right to expect it...were they wrong in counting on it? Probably...
but I'm not for lines of homeless lining the streets of AMerica because we cut everybody off.


I am. But I think there are more personally responsible people in America than those living in homes NOW only because of government handouts.

Thin the herd.

Z said...

Beamish, you can think what you want but the senseless naming of good people as "communists" is sounding a little weird by now.
If you can't tell the difference of people like Ducky and others of his ridiculous ilk, actual communists, and the people who comment at my and other blogs, there's something wrong.

I think you're DEAD WRONG and you're entitled.

Pris said...

"The fatal blow to American conservatism was to miscall the Tea Party "conservative.""

Beamish, I'm so fed up with your BS about the TP, when while you holler and scream about what's wrong, your conclusion is, if people don't opt out like you have, they're commies.

Well, Mr. Pris and I put our money where our mouth is, and donated to Bachmann, West, Toomey, Rubio, and others over the months, last year.

Yes we're TP members, and did what we could to contribute to get conservative candidates elected.

What the hell did you do, besides whine, and mischaracterize those of us who did something, and are not willing to give up when we've barely begun.

You found a way to avoid doing anything and to justify your opting out, and I have a feeling that's your MO with most things.

beamish said...

Beamish, you can think what you want but the senseless naming of good people as "communists" is sounding a little weird by now.

Call it "speaking truth to the powerless."

My first glimpse into this wonderful mess my elders have given my generation and the next came in the form of my parents and aunts and uncles going over my great-grandmother's medical bills. She was charged for medical procedures (actually Medicare / Medicaid paid for them) that actually didn't happen. When the hospitals were questioned, the response was "don't worry, the government paid the bill."

Really? The government paid for procedures that weren't done so it's okay? Never mind that my great-grandmother's medical records were falsified to conceal fraud (which is f-ed up on its own), American taxpayers have to foot the bill for it? You have to pay for it? *I* have to pay for it?

If you can't tell the difference of people like Ducky and others of his ridiculous ilk, actual communists, and the people who comment at my and other blogs, there's something wrong.

We agree. There IS something wrong with there being no discernable difference between people who want entitlement programs and people who want entitlement programs.

I think you're DEAD WRONG and you're entitled.

I'm just kicking the can back to you. Don't kick it up my street. I didn't promise you an easy retirement. FDR and LBJ did. Go knock on their tombs.

Z said...

"There IS something wrong with there being no discernable difference between people who want entitlement programs and people who want entitlement programs."

Medicare and Social Security are about the only thing the Right and the Left might understand need to be kept in motion at least for a while...

Fraud should be fixed; that's no reason to completely pull the rug out from good people.

beamish said...

Medicare and Social Security are about the only thing the Right and the Left might understand need to be kept in motion at least for a while...

That's just it though. Nobody has minded it being "kept in motion" as long as some as yet unborn generation eventually foots the bill. We're seeing the chaff break from the wheat now with all these alleged "conservatives" trying to keep the Ponzi scheme going for just a little while longer.

So, they take up Obama's choirbook and start singing about how it's "immoral" to stop letting people benefit from theft.

Fraud should be fixed; that's no reason to completely pull the rug out from good people.

I'm not talking about good people.

I'm talking about people dependent on the government thugocracy to keep delivering their "entitlement" meal tickets at working people's expense.

Sadly, many of these raving lunatic communist parasites think themselves to be "conservatives."

Today's selfish, irresponsible children with gray hair left it to my generation to fix things. I don't want to be old and gray-haired telling the next generation to fix things.

My generation should point out the billions of dollars given in private charity in America would more than adequately cover the Medicare / Medicaid dependent once the government assault on the standard of living is ended.

Because if it's not done, the next generation won't have money for charity, and they'll cut costs with bullets and gas chambers.

Personally, I'd suggest removing voting rights from children over 65 years old, but I'm trying to work a compromise here.

Pris said...

"Personally, I'd suggest removing voting rights from children over 65years old, but I'm trying to work a compromise here."

I wouldn't worry if I were you Beamish, Obama has worked out a compromise for those of us over 65.
We don't need medical care, as he said, "just give them a pain pill".

You see Beamish, you and Obama are on the same page. You both have no use for the elderly. We've served our purpose, right?

We've paid the bills all our lives. We didn't get tax credits, we weren't given a pass to avoid paying income taxes no matter how low our income was in our early years, but now we're seen as useless by people like you, and Obama.

Meanwhile you'll be happy to know, our supplemental medical insurance premium and gone up by 30%, we still pay taxes on 80% of our SS, and Mr. Pris's retirement has taken a hit, but we'll muddle through, and do what we can to have an impact for the sakes of our children and grandchild.

You can continue to complain and do nothing. You've become an expert at that! If you're angry at what I've said here, you might consider that you asked for it!

beamish said...

Pris,

Z will no longer publish my comments in criticism of your lustful zeal for the Tea Party's strain of communism, so I'm pretty much done here, and with visiting blogs in general. I'm moving to 70 hours a week, and won't have time for internet stuff anyway.

While I can understand why something-for-nothing leftists such as yourself might get upset that 80% of your free income from Social Security is subject to taxation, I'm failing to see how that should impress anyone who has to list 100% of their earned income before the government decides what portion of that to take in taxes, in part to finance giving you a free, unearned income for which 20% isn't subject to taxation. I wish I could tell the IRS at tax time that my annual income is 20% lower than it actually is. Heck, I wish all I had to do for my monthly income was walk to the mailbox. Gravy if I can walk to the mailbox, then tell the IRS every year that my free income was 20% less than what Social Security actually gave me.

My heart bleeds for you, it really does. When your spouse dies, you'll have no one to race to the mailbox. But hey, at least there will still be two checks in there. It's really up to you if you keep buying groceries for two or hit the bingo table circuit. This is America, dang it. You can vote Democrat even if you're dead. How do you think they train dogs to vote that way?

As for complaining and doing nothing, I didn't run up a $14 Trillion debt. Your "fool faith and credit" did.