Yale was really something at one time. Now, PC stupidity, and it is stupidity, has spread like a plague across campus. There is no way I’d send my child to Yale these days. No way.
It’s a pretty fair criticism I think. I’m betting that we won’t see this sort of thing from The Post (assuming it survives as it is in the next few years) when Trump leaves the White House. This really is pretty blatant stuff. Consider also that in most regards, and this is not just a personal opinion, it is pretty objectively true, Obama leaves the White House a failed president. Obamacare was the only real policy he could hang his hat on and even that has blown up.
So let’s talk about “fake news.”
As you are likely aware, in the wake of the Trump victory there has been a desperate attempt to come to terms with why the Clinton machine lost despite having essentially all of the #oldmedia on its side. Let’s take a moment and review how biased toward Hillary Clinton (and her machine) the #oldmedia actually was.
Below only represents a tiny fraction of the stories we featured on the pro-Establishment and pro-Clinton propaganda push from the powers that be in the #oldmedia,
No kidding. Either be on the crony side of things or just drop out of the middle class. This is America today.
Obamacare is imploding. This is a good thing. Some people will call for socialized medicine, a so called “single payer” system to replace it. But we can’t afford that. Such a scheme is unlikely to happen no matter who becomes president.
What is likely to happen is the system of crony giveaways and pay to play schemes in place now will limp along because none of the cronies want to give up their revenue streams, both on the government side and on the corporate side.
Well no kidding. You mean increases in premiums of over 50% and massive tax bills for people who don’t buy the massively expensive plans with super high deductibles isn’t “affordable”? Well, I for one am shocked! How could this happen? Didn’t anybody see this coming?
(From CBS Minnesota)
Minnesota’s Democratic governor said Wednesday that the Affordable Care Act is “no longer affordable” for many, a stinging critique from a state leader who strongly embraced the law and proudly proclaimed health reform was working in Minnesota just a few years ago.
Well, his above statement is correct.
As we’ve said before Obamacare is a dysfunction generating machine. On all levels it’s rotten. This is what happens when the planners try to plan a vast swathe of the largest economy on earth. It is hubris. It is arrogance. It’s a disaster.
Remember, that the architect of Obamacare Johnathan Gruber (who was paid over $6 million for his “work”) said the only reason Obamacare passed was because the voting public was “stupid.”
Oh, America “understands” it.
Hey, the insurers have got to get paid and we’ve got to make sure Obamacare limps through the last few months of Obama’s administration. Between not getting to nominate a Supreme Court Justice, the recent veto override by Congress, the Iran payoff bit, the Comey pass for Clinton, and the racial strife Obama’s not going out well. If Obamacare finally and truly died that’d just be icing on the legacy cake.
Obama does not get business. He is a product of prep-school and then found his way into Columbia and Harvard. Then he became a “community organizer” in the Saul Alinsky tradition in Chicago. Then he became a politician. He hasn’t spent any time in the world in which most Americans live.
Indeed Obama has been downright hostile to commerce and the private sector since the beginning of his presidency. Remember the “you didn’t build that”
High tide in 2008.
Times change, and socialism always eventually fails. It just did particularly quickly in South America.
And thank God for that.
Unfortunately however in the crashing and chaos people are hurt. As the state apparatus grinds to a halt in Venezuela and spits and coughs in other parts of South America life has gotten harder for many as the statists cling to power. Government is a helleva drug and it is very very hard to quit.
That’s 7 in 10 Obamacare policies.
Looks like the Obamacare crony compromise just wasn’t rich enough in the end.
Insurance policies have to underwritten. That is they have to be assessed for risk. Real numbers have to be used.
In places for instance where car thefts are off the charts car insurance premiums are sharply higher. Why? Because the premium from the policies issued, taking into account the investment return possible from insurance reserves,