Looks like the “nobody knows him” Obamacare architect Gruber will go before Congress to see just what the hell type of scam the Dems and their cronies were perpetrating on American citizens (and the rest of the world was surely watching). It is about time.
Meanwhile, Chuck “I’m so lost” Hagel is resigning. Why? I don’t like or respect the guy and think he was way over his head in that post, so it doesn’t matter who flinched first. Rumors have it that Obama wanted this. Maybe Hagel has had enough of Obama. I feel that this will be the first of many as Obama re-arranges his cabinet to more fit his radical push going forward. That’s just my guess. Anyone that may make Obama feel irrelevant at this juncture needs to go because this loser in the WH wants his library and needs SOMETHING, ANYTHING that he can attribute to his tenure. Well, he has plenty contributed to him, just none of it “positive”. Poor, lost, dictator. Poor, retched man.
So all of a sudden, the great and mighty Harry Reid cowers after a devastating mid-term election, still being Senate Majority Leader, and cuts loose with a vote on the Keystone Pipeline. Why? Hasn’t done it for 5 years and said it wouldn’t come up for a vote……until now. Oh, right, Landrieu got it pushed in the Senate because she is so well liked and influential. Ok, but it needs 60 votes to go before the president, Mary; not 59. Of those 59, all 45 Republicans and 14 Democrat Senators pushed for it. Neither of the Independent Democrats voted pro, as usual. So we didn’t get to see if Obama would veto it and Mary doesn’t have the influence she portends. I saw it as a waste of time until the new congress comes in but it is worthy to note what will ensue.
Landrieu ain’t going to make it in the run-off election, and if this WAS NOT the reason for pushing forward this vote, it will be interesting how the next vote will transpire. You see, the GOP will go from 45 votes to 53 votes in the new congress. If those same 14 Democrats vote on the new passage (and why wouldn’t they since they just demonstrated that this issue needs to move forward and quickly), then Congress will have the 60 votes necessary to move it to Obama’s desk for passage or veto. Now here is where the rubber meets the road. Was this current vote a ruse to dupe American citizens of the Senates’ intent to actually save a Democrat seat rather than cheaper oil and good jobs for Americans? If not, Obama will be facing a 67 pro vote veto. That would be called a two-thirds majority and an override. Would he be so brash, arrogant and stupid to actually veto the bill? Oh, brother. I relish the new year. So many great and revealing circumstances coming to bare.
So all this time that the “informed” have been telling you that Obamacare is a scam, no one wants to listen. The Senate and House said the bill needed to be passed in order to find out what is in it……like it is a present waiting to be opened. So now, one of the chief architects decides to shoot of his mouth and rub it in your stupid faces; very bluntly, I might add. Remember, this is the superior Democrat party that knows what is best for everyone. Why? Because they feel the American people are too stupid to know what is best for them. In a sense, this statement is partially true. Those stupid voters that continue to believe the lies and vote Dem prove it every election. But what this video proves to me is that those individuals that voted for this bill in Congress are even more stupid than the American populace being besmirched here. They had a closed door meeting or two and we’re told that it was a way to get the poor health insurance and would also put these politicians in high regard with the people. Yup, the last couple elections proved that one. So we know that those who passed Obamacare in Congress lied, Emmanual lied. Gruber lied. The chief liar Obama did what he does best—he lied also. Good case for repeal. Better case for forcing vacancies in political positions. Best case to put members of the Congress and the administration, as well private contributors to this bill, in residence at the grey bar hotel. How much more do we need to eliminate this bad law?
No real surprise, the 17th richest member of Congress, Rep. Alan Grayson (Demonrat, of course), has decided that the taxpayers should support his wife and children. His “logic” (such as it is for progs) is that, after twenty-nine years of marriage, he discovered that his wife was never divorced from her first husband, so the marriage is illegitimate.
That’s rich even for a prog. First of all, “everyone who marries a woman divorced from her husband commits adultery” (Luke 16:18b) , so you have no leg to stand on there anyway.
Second, don’t progs believe that people should be allowed to marry anyone they love? So what difference does it make that she was already married? By prog “logic”, shouldn’t one still be allowed to marry ANYONE?
No morals. No responsibility. That’s the prog way.
You can read all that happy horsecrap where he was the best; how he changed everything for the better; how transparent and truthful and trusting and unbiased he was. Read this as a starter and then read any other articles you want. I personally lived it. I hope the guy never gets another job that can hurt the American citizens. I also hope that he is indicted for crimes of corruption, abuse of power, violation of the Constitution, lying and just being a nasty, mean spirited, racist individual. I also hope I win the lottery and, as with this, know how that will turn out. Best that can happen is there is no AG approved before the mid-term elections or we will end up with more corruption and destruction.
I always have issue with not broadening rule on cases to stave out like cases. Narrowly put, the SCOTUS ruled that you cannot force someone to go against their religious beliefs; in essence. The liberals are livid. Ginsburger had the descent. Why is it that liberals think the Constitution doesn’t mean what it says, but rather has some hidden meaning that only they can decipher? I, personally, trust the Constitution’s understanding and believe the SCOTUS interpreted things correctly. This was a no-brainer from the beginning so I really don’t want to focus so much on the outcome but rather the process these things go through.
This suit started back in September 2012. It took that long to work up to the SCOTUS for ruling. During that period, healthcare was forced in full upon Hobby Lobby. Monies were taken but no restitution will be made back to Hobby Lobby. And what would have happened if the SCOTUS didn’t take the case? It would have been ruled from a lower court, where justice rarely comes to past since too many judges are completely political. My point is this: if the U.S. Government changes a law illegally, or takes executive action, from the initial time to its final conclusion, many lives and businesses are changed. Some will not come back to where they were before the acts were instituted. Time lost, money lost, goals not met, lives hurt or ruined. And where is the restitution? And where are the penalties, fines, incarcerations for the people and entities that caused the problem in the first place? Saying,things were done in good faith and on sound advice does not hold water when the effects put people in ruination. And what is to stop them from doing something similar tomorrow, to where we have to wait 2 years or more to get a final outcome? There must always be severe consequences to curtail this type of flagrant abuse. Yet, on the left, all I hear is silence on these type issues.