Daily Archives: April 10, 2012

The Hypocrisy of Progressives of Pallor

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The loudest preachers of skin-deep diversity run or work for media institutions that fail to practice their own sermons.

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Source: http://michellemalkin.com/2012/04/09/another-colorless-kodak-moment-for-progressives-of-pallor/

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Filed under Barack Obama, Chris Matthews, Democrats, Media Bias, Race Relations, Republicans, Tea Party

ObamaCare on Life Support

Latest Rasmussen Numbers

  • 82% believe that if an employer pays for health insurance, the worker should be able to use that money and select an insurance product that meets his or her individual needs. If the plan they select costs less than the company plan, most believe the worker should get to keep the change.
  • 76% think they should have the right to choose between expensive insurance plans with low deductibles and low-cost plans with higher deductibles.
  • 62% think the health care law will cause companies to drop employee health insurance
  • 61% see repeal of health care law as likely <- New High!
  • 54% expect U.S. Supreme Court to overturn health care law
  • 39% favor free health care for all Americans
  • 35% are confident Medicare will pay all promised benefits

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ObamaCare is doomed
Excerpts from A Commentary By Scott Rasmussen – March 30, 2012

There are three ways the health care law could meet its end.

The first, obviously, is the Supreme Court could declare some or all of it unconstitutional in June.

If it gets past that hurdle, the law also could be ended by Election 2012. If a Republican president is elected, the GOP will almost certainly also win control of the Senate and retain control of the House. While the details might take time, a Republican sweep in November would ultimately end the Obama experiment.

But even if the law survives the Supreme Court and the next election, the clock will be ticking.

Recent estimates suggest that the law would cause 11 million people to lose their employer-provided insurance and be forced onto a government-backed insurance plan. That’s a problem because 77 percent of those who now have insurance rate their current coverage as good or excellent.

Only 3 percent rate their coverage as poor. For most of the 11 million forced to change their insurance coverage then, it will be received as bad news and create a pool of vocally unhappy voters.

Additionally, the cost estimates for funding the program are likely to keep going up. Eighty-one percent of voters expect it to cost more than projected, and recent Congressional Budget Office estimates indicate voters are probably right.

But it’s not the narrow specifics and cost estimates that guarantee the ultimate demise of the president’s health care plan. It’s the fact that the law runs contrary to basic American values and perceptions.

This, then, is the third hurdle the law faces: Individual Americans recognize that they have more power as consumers than they do as voters. Their choices in a free market give them more control over the economic world than choosing one politician or another.

76% think they should have the right to choose between expensive insurance plans with low deductibles and low-cost plans with higher deductibles.

A similar majority believes everyone should be allowed to choose between expensive plans that cover just about every imaginable medical procedure and lower-cost plans that cover a smaller number of procedures.

All such choices would be banned under the current health care law. Americans want to be empowered as health care consumers.

82% believe that if an employer pays for health insurance, the worker should be able to use that money and select an insurance product that meets his or her individual needs. If the plan they select costs less than the company plan, most believe the worker should get to keep the change.

It’s not just the idea of making the choice that drives these numbers, it’s the belief held by most Americans that competition will do more than government regulation to reduce the cost of health care.

For something as fundamental as medical care, government policy must be consistent with deeply held American values. That’s why an approach that increases consumer choice has solid support and a plan that relies on mandates and trusting the government cannot survive.

Sources:
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/mood_of_america/supreme_court_update
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/political_commentary/commentary_by_scott_rasmussen/even_if_it_survives_the_court_the_health_care_law_is_doomed

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Wickedly funny ‘toon from Terrell

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Filed under Eric Holder, Project Veritas, Vote Fraud

Veggie Love!

Y’all know how Buzz loves his Veggie Tales!  He and Mama Buzz made bird feeders this spring. Now it’s time to plant seeds. And look what Mama found for him … Veggie Gardening Tools! 🙂

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Break dancing

Mama Buzz says, “She started off 180 degrees the other way and on her back!” LOL

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THE TUESDAY GRUDGE

Posted by Pistol Pete

 

THERE WAS A BASKETBALL CLINIC DURING THE WHITE HUT EASTER EGG HUNT

I WOULD CALL THIS UNBELIEVABLE,BUT WITH THIS JACKASS NOTHING SURPRISES ME ANY MORE

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