June 1, 2012

“Obama Tells Donors Health-Care Fight May Loom After Court Rules”

And the only compassionate course of action is more Obama cowbell.


Re-elect Obama 2012:  I Promise Not To Fuck It Up Twice!

(h/t Derek S)

Posted by Jeff G. @ 11:13am

Comments (8)

  1. Barry: Check your recording devices at the door. Now give us money.

  2. I got news for ya, Prez: Yer gonna have a health-care fight on yer hands no matter what, because I want none o’ what you have to offer. I’ve seen what you did to the schools and the poor, and I’m opting out, thanks.

  3. Oh certainly, the House will fall all over themselves to re-nationalize the rest of the health care system should the SCT knock out O!Care – look how well that worked out for the Pelosi wing of the Congress!

  4. Obama Translated: “Just because I haven’t actually been responsible for any of the things I’ve taken credit for, doesn’t mean I won’t get something done in a second term.”

  5. He just likes to pick fights with all those who oppose his “most favored ideology.”

    Lech Walesa was once a trade-union activist. He was often arrested for speaking his mind against Communist oppression behind the Iron Curtain in Poland and for defying the Soviet Union. He was an electrician who, with no higher education, led one of the most profound freedom movements of the 20th century — Solidarity. He became president of Poland and swept in reforms, pushing the Soviet Union out of his homeland and moving the country toward a free-market economy and individual liberty. And President Obama doesn’t want him to set foot in the White House.

  6. The ingenuity of the free market finding this niche for product.

    “How far does corruption go in Illinois? So far that Chicago’s commuter rail agency actually took out insurance against it.”

    When Metra chief Phil Pagano stepped in front of a speeding commuter train last May, he took a number of secrets with him.

    Perhaps the largest was what he did with the nearly half-million dollars he was accused of misappropriating from the agency. Specifically, Pagano was accused of taking some $475,000 in improper advances on vacation time, even forging the signature of Metra chairman Carole Dorris on the paperwork. …

    But after his suicide, few held out hope that the public would see any of the money returned.

    Some of it came back last week in the form of a check, from an insurance company. Since 2001, Metra has required its executive director, chairman, and board members to carry corruption insurance.

    Just in case. Just in case people walk in front trains, steal money or renege on promises.

  7. Clearly Lech Walesa knows something about those Polish death camps.

  8. I’m thinking that maybe the Churchill bust ASKED to leave and go back home. You can only hear “Yes we can!” so many times before you need to get away.