A damning health care report generated by actuaries at the Health and Human Services HHS Department was given to HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius more than a week before the health care vote. She hid the report from the public until a month after democrats rammed their nationalized health care bill through Congress.
Love this. WTG guys!
It isn’t that Howard Dean’s face is RIGHT THERE, with his tight lips and jowly jaw. It’s not even that he’s full-on admitting that the whole healthcare law is a blatant redistribution of wealth.
What’s really creepy, is that the dude who speaks right after Howard Dean says, “I find the governor really refreshing in his honesty. He acknowledges that this is a program to redistribute wealth,” like it’s a PERFECTLY ACCEPTABLE THING.
Read the whole thing, and check out the video at Chicks On The Right.
Several people filmed the entire episode and could not find any evidence of racist hate.Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. D-IL even filmed the entire episode.He found nothing.
Yesterday, new video was released that confirms the spitting incident was bogus, too.
Check out the article at Gateway Pundit for photos, videos, and links galore.
After Sunday’s vote, for the first time in American history, one could no longer confidently believe that the American system will prevail. And if we don’t fight for it, we don’t deserve it.
Go read the whole thing. It’s awesome. Dennis Prager : It’s a Civil War: What We Do Now – Townhall.com.
And in today’s news-that-I-can’t-believe-doesn’t-shake-Obama-out-of-his-healthcare-reform-passing-stupor, the Social Security Administration wants to cash in on its federal IOU’s from the US Treasury.
Here’s the problem: the government doesn’t actually HAVE the money to give the SSA. They’ve spent it all. So you know what they have to do? BORROW FROM OVERSEAS, riiiiiight when we’re risking losing our triple A credit rating as it is.
Go read the whole thing. – Chicks On The Right.
So now Democratic leaders say they’ll package a two-for-one vote: Moving the original Senate bill simultaneously with a “reconciliation” bill — thus, if the House votes for the bill of fixes, the main Senate bill will be deemed to also have passed. Then the reconciliation bill will go back to the Senate, where it only needs 50 votes (plus Vice President Joe Biden's) to pass.
Hmm. Nowhere in the US Constitution does it say that Congress can deem a bill to have passed. Pelosi & Co. aren’t just making up policy as they go, but also procedure — possibly unconstitutional procedure, at that. All to enact a bill remaking a sixth of the US economy over the 3-1 opposition of the American people.
via Dana Loesch.
I love the condescension in the moderator’s voice Oh, you’re just a citizen? Not a reporter?
His question about the president’s backroom deal with big pharma is viral-worthy.
He also notes that afterwards, the rep from Pfizer agreed that HB 3200 would effectively eliminate any hope of private insurance.