Daily Archives: August 20, 2009

Axelrod Cashes In On ‘Change’

Human Events

By  Rowan Scarborough:   08/20/2009

Barack Obama’s chief White House adviser is collecting millions of dollars from his former public relations firms as they sign lucrative contracts with coalitions recently created to push the president’s agenda.

After arriving at the White House as top political guru, David Axelrod filed a required financial disclosure form that shows he will receive $3 million … Continue reading

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End of Life Kills Obamacare?

Connie Hair

By Connie Hair
08/19/2009

Democrats have spent the past two weeks trying to convince elderly American voters that only right-wing whackos could believe that Obamacare will lead to rationed healthcare or “death counseling” to convince those over 65 that they should help cut health care costs by, well, dying.

Section 1233 of H.R. 3200, the House bill that facilitates … Continue reading

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Obama Loses his Diversionary Touch

I came Across this one and thought it would shows you just how he double talks and side steps when backed in to a corner, I thought he was slick but this article puts it better.
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Ben Shapiro

By Ben Shapiro
08/12/2009

President Barack Obama thinks of himself as a master political manipulator. And why shouldn’t he? Since 2004, Obama has catapulted himself from unknown Senate candidate to occupant of the White House. And he has done so largely by mastering the art of diversion. Continue reading

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The Fannie Mae Health System

Ben Shapiro

By Ben Shapiro
08/20/2009

President Obama’s “public option” health care plan has been temporarily shelved — or, at least, that’s what his spokespeople would have us believe. Kathleen Sibelius, secretary of health and human services, said on Aug. 16 that a public option wasn’t an “essential option” in revamping the health care system. Sen. Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) is now pushing a new idea: the insurance co-op. “A co-op has some appeal … Continue reading

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