Monthly Archives: November 2013

Governing is hard, and stuff…

“But even if we get the — the hardware and software working exactly the way it’s supposed to with relatively minor glitches, what we’re also discovering is that insurance is complicated to buy. ” President Barack Obama, November 14, 2013 … Continue reading

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Irony

I wonder if Obama appreciates the irony that Mitt Romney may be the best man in America to fix Obamacare.

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I’d do my “I told ya so dance, but….”

The temptation to do my “I told ya so” dance over Obamacare is nearly overwhelming; however, while I’m not in the broken hip age range yet, I’m afraid that my dance in this instance might cause me to throw my … Continue reading

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Misspoken and misunderestimated

I don’t think that Obama lied when he said, “If you like your current plan, you can keep it. Period.” I think he was talking to Congress.

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Buyer’s Remorse

In the book Double Down, Obama brags that he’s “really good at killing people.” Since it was before the release of Obamacare, it seems that he was talking about drone strikes. I’m sure the Norwegians would really like a do-over … Continue reading

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Punctuation Brudda!

Evidently Punahou School (let’s include Columbia and Harvard Law as well) doesn’t teach punctuation. Otherwise, instead of saying, “If you like your current plan, you can keep it. Period.” Obama might have said, “If you like your current plan, you … Continue reading

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