Dirty Politicking by Dems in NJ? Color me not surprised.

Tea Party groups in New Jersey are outraged over ads that have mysteriously surfaced in support of a supposed Tea Party candidate. The sponsored ads on Google are being served up all over the web, in places like BlogTalkRadio, in support of one Peter DeStefano, and direct viewers to the website of njteapartycoalition.org.

The problem is, the NJ Tea Party Coalition, the owners of that website, did not purchase any such ads.

via Big Journalism.

Not surprising.  Actually, there is a whole lot of this kind of stuff surfacing this election cycle.  I’m not sure if it’s because the Silent Majority has become Citizen Journalists, or because the Dems are getting extremely sloppy with BigO in charge.

ER wait times will grow.

File this one under “DUH!”   Tea Partiers and Conservatives (and no, they aren’t always the same thing) said this months ago, before Obamacare was passed.  Looks like now that it has been rammed down our throats despite over 60% of the American people saying they did NOT want it…  now the Main Stream Media decides to catch up…

Emergency rooms, the only choice for patients who can’t find care elsewhere, may grow even more crowded with longer wait times under the nation’s new health law.

That might come as a surprise to those who thought getting 32 million more people covered by health insurance would ease ER crowding. It would seem these patients would be able to get routine health care by visiting a doctor’s office, as most of the insured do.

But it’s not that simple. Consider:

_There’s already a shortage of front-line family physicians in some places and experts think that will get worse.

_People without insurance aren’t the ones filling up the nation’s emergency rooms. Far from it. The uninsured are no more likely to use ERs than people with private insurance, perhaps because they’re wary of huge bills.

_The biggest users of emergency rooms by far are Medicaid recipients. And the new health insurance law will increase their ranks by about 16 million. Medicaid is the state and federal program for low-income families and the disabled. And many family doctors limit the number of Medicaid patients they take because of low government reimbursements.

_ERs are already crowded and hospitals are just now finding solutions.

Rand Corp. researcher Dr. Arthur L. Kellermann predicts this from the new law: “More people will have coverage and will be less afraid to go to the emergency department if they’re sick or hurt and have nowhere else to go…. We just don’t have other places in the system for these folks to go.”

via Health overhaul may mean longer ER waits, crowding – Yahoo! News.

Don’t buy the hype – GM still stands for “Government Motors”

General Motors is running ads on all the major networks this week claiming it has repaid its bailout from the taxpayers “in full.” But the claim isn’t standing up to scrutiny from lawmakers and government watchdogs who have found that the automaker was able to repay the bailout money only by dipping into a separate pot of bailout funds.

via FOXNews.com – GM Could Be in Hot Water With FTC Over Truth in Advertising.

Speaks for its self.

Donna Brazille was on with Charlie Gibson.  After admitting she stole President Obama’s blanket from the Innaugaration, Gibson joked and said they would have their legal team look into whether it was a felony or misdemeanor.  Brazille looked straight at the camera, and said,

“We have a black president, it’s neither.”

See it for yourself, on the ABC website.