Posts tagged "Obamacare"

Rafael and Ted Cruz: The father, the son and the holy hypocrisy

Rafael (the senior) and Ted Cruz (R-TX) (the son) are two peas in a pod.  They are the dynamic duo of hypocrisy, fiction-based rants and what Bill Maher calls life in “the bubble”. The Bible talks a lot about sins of fathers and sins of sons and who pays for whose sins.  Like everything else... Read more »

Pete Sessions can't stand to look at President Obama

If you believe Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX) said something very nasty to President Obama  during a closed-door meeting about the government shutdown.  According to Reid, Sessions told the President that he (Sessions) couldn’t stand to look at him (the President). Even at a time when we accept mind-numbing ignorance... Read more »

Obamacare: Just sign up

Here’s the one thing everyone needs to know about Obamacare: Just sign up. If you live in Illinois, click here  to go to the website to price insurance plans for yourself and your family. Former Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill used to say that all politics is local. In this case it’s personal. The... Read more »

Obamacare: John Boehner is a bald-faced liar

John Boehner (hereinafter and sometimes referred to as “Boner”) is a liar and it pains me to say it (not really). What does pain me, though is his ability to lie as if the rest of us are too stupid to know he’s lying. He has an uncanny ability to disregard history and the fact... Read more »

Obama v. Boehner: A tale of two leaders

If President Obama is leader of the free world, Speaker of the House Boehner is arguably the co-leader.  Though the history of their relationship hardly lends itself to the concept of them being co-anythings, they are, none the less our country’s key leaders. Pundits on both sides had harsh reviews for comments made this weekend... Read more »

The flood of 2013, Chicago's skyline, Obamacare and what ails America

One of Chicago’s many claims to architectural fame is the Home Insurance Building, America’s first skyscraper. At only 10 stories it was the first tall building to use vertical columns and horizontal beams for support, allowing for a windowed structure about 1/3 the weight of a masonry building. It was designed in 1885 by engineer... Read more »

Mitt Romney on handouts and cutouts: Book of Mormon Part II

Mitt Romney’s comments after the election made him seem bitter, misguided, in denial or all of the above.   He blamed his loss on “goodies” passed out to Blacks, Latinos, women and young people and the power of the “encumbancy”.   He lamented that he was unable to get his own message out to those... Read more »