October 29, 2013
RAMESH PONNURU AND RICH LOWRY: Against Despair. Nice essay, but why despair? Obamunism is in full collapse. And it would be even if the website launch had gone smoothly — it’s just happening a bit faster thanks to that debacle.
The GOP owes Ted Cruz and Mike Lee, some thanks.
October 22, 2013
Or spin the lies …
Sunday the New York Times had a similar article … TIP OF THE ICEBERG: Investor’s Business Daily: ObamaCare Website Troubles Are Just The Beginning.
Obama claims, for example, that the ObamaCare exchange glitches don’t matter to 85% of Americans who already have insurance and who, he says, are already benefiting from the law’s new mandates.
That’s not entirely true. Previously insured workers across the country have lost their jobs or seen their hours cut. IBD has been cataloging companies that specifically cited ObamaCare for making such cutbacks, and the number now exceeds 350, including more than 100 school districts.
The Hill: ObamaCare Website Debacle In The Spotlight.
“The disastrous rollout of ObamaCare’s insurance exchanges has brought into sharp focus the GOP charge that President Obama is better at campaigning than governing. Republicans have long needled the president as unable to convert adoring crowds and electoral momentum into inside-the-Beltway success, and the failures of the ObamaCare website has given them new ammunition.”
October 12, 2013
Obama Rejects House Plan.
Stand together, or the GOP goes down. We have heard enough lies from the GOP …
October 11, 2013
I know I have walked from the GOP and their Democrat lite WHIGS strategy. Let’s face it, they(the GOP) like it like this, and are just a shade better than the Democrats. Except the WHIGS, went along with the Slave holding Democrats in the 1850’s and started the Civil War. Then Abe Lincoln founded the modern Repuiblican party, which has now lost their way.
COULTER TO GOP: Change or die…
The best summary I have seen today. And they are playing the same game as in the 1850s.
October 6, 2013
Tea Party loosens K Street’s stranglehold on the GOP
Republicans have become an unruly bunch of scorched-earth conservatives because the Tea Party smashed the business lobby’s monopoly on GOP fundraising.