Friday, July 31, 2009

In a move sure to upset all insurance companies and their employees, Nancy Pelosi has stated: "It's almost immoral what they are doing," referring to insurance companies. "Of course they've been immoral all along in how they have treated the people that they insure," she said, adding, "They are the villains. They have been part of the problem in a major way. They are doing everything in their power to stop a public option from happening.
The CBO put in writing the obvious: In its second decade, Obamacare significantly bends the curve [of expenses] upward -- increasing deficits even more than in the first decade.

Obama recently entertained 4 large company CEOs for lunch in the White House. Unbelievable but true: White House staffers actually took the credit card numbers from those CEOs so they could charge them for their meals! Well, at least Obama has finally found a way to save some money instead of spending money. Oh - of course, he spends our money on HIMSELF - he charges for OTHER people's meals.....

Oh My Gosh!!!!! With lightening speed, our House of Representatives has decided that the only sector of our economy which merits MORE bailout money is THEIR (OK - our) automobile industry. SO - several hours after learning that their first one billion dollars are gone, they have already approved $2BILLION dollars more for the "Cash for Clunkers" program. Are they afraid that this is the only way they can get us to buy those small cars we really don't want? I want a new computer to replace my 7 year old one, and I'm OLD, so aren't I deserving? OOPS! I almost forgot! If I'm OLD I probably don't need a new computer, cause I may not be here in another 7 years.... Or how about spending $3B to reduce everyone's mortgage loan balances - or maybe cutting $3B from our tax withholding - or allowing homes to be sold without having to pay capital gains taxes? Say! Wouldn't it be fun to be able to get some new clothes, so that retailers can make some money? Or how about a cash for workout facility dues, for that would make us all more healthy. Wouldn't that be more "fair", redistributing our taxpayer money to all of us who actually pay taxes, instead of only to those who want a new car, whether they need one or not? The Senate is still considering......

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