Tag Archives: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

What Will it Take?

This year’s election process qualifies as a three-ring circus. The lame duck President, an arrogant, narcissistic, bumbling, incompetent ideologue deserves a spotlight all his own and with the continuing compliant devotion of a sycophantic mainstream media will continue to bask in his … Continue reading

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Under The Gun

In case you have missed it, the alteration of our Representative Republic is proceeding apace.  The Progressives are nearing their goal of transforming America into the “higher form of freedom” promoted by the early nineteenth century German philosopher G.W.F. Hegel (influenced … Continue reading

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The Dangers of One-Party Rule

“The present Democratic Administration has far exceeded our worst apprehensions … in its general and unvarying abuse of the power intrusted to it by a confiding people” “That the people justly view with alarm the reckless extravagance which pervades every … Continue reading

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Superbust

The Monday morning after the Superbowl is likely not the best time to be structuring a post – particularly when fulminating over what has to be rated as the worst Superbowl ever. Not to take away anything from the Seattle … Continue reading

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Better Get Ready

The jury on the Affordable Health Care and Patient Protection Act is realistically out at this time.  Although there have been some serious missteps (the “rollout” by itself is in a class by its own, not even to consider the numerous … Continue reading

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Regarding 2014

I do not plan on making any promises that I may not keep.  Thus, no New Year’s Resolutions.  There are, however, some things that I would definitely like to see change in the upcoming year. For one thing, I would … Continue reading

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And the Beat Goes On

Or, to be more precise the discordant cacophony of the Obama administration spirals out of control. The absurdly titled Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act reaches higher levels of ludicrous pomposity, inefficiency and downright abuse of the public as the … Continue reading

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