What you got ain’t yours. Pay up, We’ve got bloated governments to pay for which were fueled by debt and boneheaded politicians. We made promises we couldn’t keep. The only reason you have what you have is because of “privilege” anyway. Fork it over. The government needs a bailout.
No, the title above does not refer to online predators pretending to be healthcare.gov, so they can steal your most private financial information. That is a risk for anyone navigating to healthcare.gov, but in this case we are talking about how the Obamacare policies themselves are deceiving consumers.
Honestly citizens, just cut these people off. They won’t know what to do. It is after all YOUR money they want. Just shut them down. It’s time to get real. We work too hard for this nonsense.
The EBT system went down over the weekend for a brief time nationally and in order to accommodate shoppers 2 Louisiana Walmarts decided to accept food stamps cards without limits.
This was not smart. As word traveled, shoppers descended on the stores and picked it clean.
I can tell you as one who spends a fair amount of time in Washington DC that times are good in and around the District. I’ve lived in the suburbs of the place for nearly 20 years (I can’t believe that I just wrote that) and I have never seen as many Teslas, Maseratis, Ferarris, and high end Mercedes Benzes driving down Constitution Avenue as I do now. The place isn’t littered with them, but they are pretty common. More common than in your home town it’s probably safe to say.
For the vast majority of people under 35 Obamacare is an enormous crony capitalist jack. Plus it’s killing jobs young people need to survive. Win win.
“Well, as through the world I’ve rambled, I’ve seen lots of funny
Some rob you with a sixgun, some with a fountain pen” – Woody Guthrie
Of course that good commie Woody Guthrie was talking about country banks which went under at almost the rate of farms in the 1930s.
No, nowadays the fountain pen is in the hand of a g man from Washington.
The main parties in Cyprus are for the deal, but at least one of the smaller political parties has indicated that it will not support the scheme. If other smaller parties follow the lead of the Greens the island could reject the deal. My bet is, however, that the EU is not going to stand by and let a couple of malcontents (as they I am sure the EU sees critics in Cyprus) scuttle their efforts.
Another great one from Demonocracy.info
One more dose of David Stockman today. Suddenly Fox Business News wakes up (after reading the former OMB chief’s new book) to discover that we’ve been completely jacked by the big banks.