I don’t get it. I mean, there is likely a good reason, but from my point of view it just makes no sense.
are apparently not too dumb to do simple math or to read the writing on the wall. That’s a pity for Obama and the democrats.
Sweden has officially gone low carb as far as gov’t recommendations. As Glenn Reynolds says, you can’t argue with science!
congress has exempted themselves from Obamacare is a major problem that could come back to really hurt the democrats.
I was talking to a friend today, and he said he was furious that Harry Reid had refused to have his own staff participate in Obamacare. I told him that Congress had exempted themselves from that law. That’s when there was an explosion of anger. His words were something like, “Oh no, you can’t cause pain for the rest of us and then exempt yourself.”
This kind of thing could really hurt the Democrats. If I were a were a Republican strategist, I would really pound on this issue. It is breathtakingly indefensible and horribly hypocritical.
assessments of whether the Obamacare site was fixed. No one I saw says it’s totally fixed, but it is better. Here’s what I think the deal is: The “front end” has been improved. Users log on and don’t have the problems they did before, at least in the same quantity. But there are reports that the “back end” (getting user information to the right places) is just as hosed up as ever. So appearances are better, but actual functionality is still hopelessly messed up. So it’s all show and no substance. Just like Obama himself! It specifically focused on the user experience, but not much else. Of course, Obama will declare/has declared victory… So perhaps that is good enough to pull the fat out of the fire for a little while. Too bad for most of us who are losing our plans because of Obamacare. An obvious failure would have led to fairly immediate repeal. But is just good enough that democrats in congress won’t pull the trigger.
And Obama’s legions of mindless suck-ups will ape his words. Of that you can be sure.