Democrats will soon accuse Republicans against increased premium subsidy-spending under Obamacare, as indifferent to Americans with policies were cancelled by the (un)Affordable (Obama Crack Corn and he don’t) Care Act that Dems enacted into law with zero GOP votes. But this week former Clinton and Obama Administration cabinet member Lawrence Summers joined HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius in blaming Republicans for HealthCare.gov website glitches and other failures of | Read More » . . . → Read More: GOP didn’t sabotage Obamacare as Dems did Iraq War
Women from Mars What I learned about how extraterrestrials view life on earth and more specifically in the United States under the rule of our ‘Great Leader’! In my imaginary world where up is down, down is up and Washington bureaucrats act… . . . → Read More: What Martians think about Barack Obama!
Do the Constitution’s separation of powers and concomitant duty to compromise apply to all presidents save for President Obama? Few things enrage this rooster more than to have our intelligence insulted by vacuous excuses for cowardice from those who know better, yet expect political allies to share their glazed-over looks and accept them as reasoned arguments. So it goes on Sunday political shows and The | Read More » . . . → Read More: GOP hasn’t the votes to defund, nor Obama to fund, Obamacare
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Democrat Party Political Process *And should we even bother trying? (2nd draft) Hypothesis: If the vote on the Right is fractured in 2014 and 2016 does the entire country lose that election? In other words is there any way for the Tea Party, … . . . → Read More: Conservatives, Tea Party and GOP: Can we find some way to get along just a little bit?*
Upon what basis does responsible governance require fully funding a program that the President himself has partially suspended? The most persuasive case for not passing a budget that fully funds Obamacare is the rule of law/responsible governance argument that would demand that bills that become laws be fully funded until a future bill becomes law that repeals the former. But, the GOP leadership doesn’t make | Read More » . . . → Read More: Would GOP cave over any veto threat by Obama-man on a ledge?