LibertyNEWS TV – “Starring the Pope, the Fake, the Fall, the Miffed Mrs…and Bad Santa”

OMG!!!!  Santa as a Penguin?!! Obama at 38% and much more….  Please watch and let me know what you think.

Andrew

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This has to be the silliest thing I have ever herd of.  The article was published on the website Slate.  Please click here to read.  Blessings Andrew

Wild Bill for America–The 25 Least influential people according to GQ

I agree with Wild Bill.  Obama has not done anything good, and John Boehner is a lap dog for Obama.

The link to the complete list is below.  Please watch and let me know what you think.  Andrew

http://www.gq.com/entertainment/celebrities/201312/least-influential-people-2013#slide=1

LibertyNEWS TV – “Enjoy This Brain-Melting Hilarity from Daffy ObamaCare Defenders”

 

The libs will stop at nothing to try to blame the conservatives and the GOP for the Obamacare disaster.  Please let me know what you think.  Andrew

You Tube Notes

Poll numbers for Barack Obama and his disastrous health care law are dropping faster than adolescent boys at a Miley Cyrus concert. Still, shameless cheerleaders for ObamaCare continue to twerk and twirl for the Dear Leader. Here’s the report as only Norvell Rose can deliver it. 11.25.13

Will Liberalism Implode?

Over the past few weeks, depending on where you sit on the political school bus, you’ve probably either had (a) a stream of guilty “I told you so” happiness; or (b) a dreadful, stomach-sinking horror while watching Obamacare, the president’s oft-labeled “signature achievement,” make its national debut. It has been, in short, an epic disaster. It is a drunken, hair-mussed, ill-shod debutante tripping and tumbling down one of those long, open, curving, red-carpeted staircases, and then, at the bottom, plowing directly through a gaggle of gasping society ladies.

 

And that was just the website. Add the alarming swath of health care cancellations across the country, and you’ve got the boozed-up debutante struggling to her feet, swigging from a whiskey bottle at the bar, and inexplicably punching her great-grandmother’s sweet best friend Trudy in the face. But here’s what’s weird about the whole thing: Despite watching this debacle from the beginning, and despite a clear viewing of the debutante’s utter inability to operate in the real world, many of the gasping society ladies are not horrified. They are in denial. Millions of people losing health plans, these grandees intone, is actually a good thing — and Obamacare, if we just give it a chance, is a great thing. Matt Yglesias, a columnist for Slate, noted this week that it is “good that you can’t keep your insurance plan. … The wave of cancellation letters is part of Obamacare doing what it was supposed to do. There’s little to regret about these plans vanishing from the earth.” (Well, except that many people are having to pay thousands of dollars more to get an equivalent plan, and that certain doctors and hospitals are murmuring about revolting from the new system, but, gee, who’s counting?) Taking the ball even farther down the field, Josh Barro, a columnist for Business Insider (and, as his many journalistic frenemies like to remind us, “one of Obama’s favorite writers”), blasted the following snootiness out on Twitter on Oct. 29: “Vast swathes of policy are based on the correct presumption that people don’t know what’s best for them. Nothing new.” Nothing new indeed: If anything, “people don’t know what’s best for them” could be the central credo of the modern nanny state, and the binding tenet of liberalism. In this view, of course people shouldn’t be able to choose “inadequate,” inexpensive health insurance — which, in the government’s definition, apparently includes any insurance that doesn’t cover mammograms for 20-year-old males. Of course consumers shouldn’t drink giant sodas or eat even a teaspoon of trans fats a year. Would-be business owners, meanwhile, certainly shouldn’t be able to braid hair in a salon without a government license, and prompt, clean private town car services like Uber sure shouldn’t make government taxis look bad. The list goes on and on. But if you look closer, modern liberalism isn’t all nannyism, all the time — and for all of the talk about a pending conservative “civil war” over social issues, if you’re paying attention, it might be the liberals who are in trouble in the long run. Take abortion. In “After Tiller,” a recent documentary, Susan Robinson, a late-term abortion provider, offers the following justification for why she does what she does: Women, she argues, “are the greatest expert on their own lives.” First of all, really? Has she heard of Miley Cyrus or Kim Kardashian? Does she know the latter named her baby North West? Also, just my opinion, but if you’re 27 weeks pregnant with a viable baby and still haven’t figured out whether or not you want an abortion, you might not have a Ph.D. in Expert Choices. I know, I’m “judging,” I know. I am so old and crotchety and boring. Or, as policy expert (and twerking expert!) Miley puts it in her hit song, “Remember, only God can judge us.”   Read more: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2013/11/15/will_liberalism_implode__120679.html#ixzz2kma1X5Qp Follow us: @RCP_Articles on Twitter

Will Liberalism Implode?

Over the past few weeks, depending on where you sit on the political school bus, you’ve probably either had (a) a stream of guilty “I told you so” happiness; or (b) a dreadful, stomach-sinking horror while watching Obamacare, the president’s oft-labeled “signature achievement,” make its national debut.

It has been, in short, an epic disaster. It is a drunken, hair-mussed, ill-shod debutante tripping and tumbling down one of those long, open, curving, red-carpeted staircases, and then, at the bottom, plowing directly through a gaggle of gasping society ladies.

And that was just the website. Add the alarming swath of health care cancellations across the country, and you’ve got the boozed-up debutante struggling to her feet, swigging from a whiskey bottle at the bar, and inexplicably punching her great-grandmother’s sweet best friend Trudy in the face.

But here’s what’s weird about the whole thing: Despite watching this debacle from the beginning, and despite a clear viewing of the debutante’s utter inability to operate in the real world, many of the gasping society ladies are not horrified. They are in denial. Millions of people losing health plans, these grandees intone, is actually a good thing — and Obamacare, if we just give it a chance, is a great thing.

Matt Yglesias, a columnist for Slate, noted this week that it is “good that you can’t keep your insurance plan. … The wave of cancellation letters is part of Obamacare doing what it was supposed to do. There’s little to regret about these plans vanishing from the earth.” (Well, except that many people are having to pay thousands of dollars more to get an equivalent plan, and that certain doctors and hospitals are murmuring about revolting from the new system, but, gee, who’s counting?)

Taking the ball even farther down the field, Josh Barro, a columnist for Business Insider (and, as his many journalistic frenemies like to remind us, “one of Obama’s favorite writers”), blasted the following snootiness out on Twitter on Oct. 29: “Vast swathes of policy are based on the correct presumption that people don’t know what’s best for them. Nothing new.”

Nothing new indeed: If anything, “people don’t know what’s best for them” could be the central credo of the modern nanny state, and the binding tenet of liberalism. In this view, of course people shouldn’t be able to choose “inadequate,” inexpensive health insurance — which, in the government’s definition, apparently includes any insurance that doesn’t cover mammograms for 20-year-old males.

Of course consumers shouldn’t drink giant sodas or eat even a teaspoon of trans fats a year. Would-be business owners, meanwhile, certainly shouldn’t be able to braid hair in a salon without a government license, and prompt, clean private town car services like Uber sure shouldn’t make government taxis look bad. The list goes on and on.

But if you look closer, modern liberalism isn’t all nannyism, all the time — and for all of the talk about a pending conservative “civil war” over social issues, if you’re paying attention, it might be the liberals who are in trouble in the long run.

Take abortion. In “After Tiller,” a recent documentary, Susan Robinson, a late-term abortion provider, offers the following justification for why she does what she does: Women, she argues, “are the greatest expert on their own lives.” First of all, really? Has she heard of Miley Cyrus or Kim Kardashian? Does she know the latter named her baby North West? Also, just my opinion, but if you’re 27 weeks pregnant with a viable baby and still haven’t figured out whether or not you want an abortion, you might not have a Ph.D. in Expert Choices.

I know, I’m “judging,” I know. I am so old and crotchety and boring. Or, as policy expert (and twerking expert!) Miley puts it in her hit song, “Remember, only God can judge us.”

 

Read more: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2013/11/15/will_liberalism_implode__120679.html#ixzz2kma1X5Qp
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