(***courtesy of Gary Varvel)
There may still be hope for the upcoming generation… Below are two articles VERY much worth examining, each of which backs-up the sentiment so clearly expressed in the cartoon.
The first one’s by Michael Barone and is from several weeks back. However, it’s just as pertinent today as it was then, I promise:
Posted in Jonah Goldberg, Obama, Obamacare, politics, Youth
Tagged cartoon, Gary Varvel, Jonah Goldberg, Michael Barone, Millennials, Obama, Obamacare, politics, youth
Seriously, who could be surprised about this anymore?
(via National Review Online) – President Obama is going back on another chief promise he made regarding Obamacare. In a recent interview, he said that people may have to change their doctors because of the health-care law.
In 2009, during debate about the Affordable Care Act, the president claimed that, along with being able to keep your current plans, “if you like the doctor you have, you can keep your doctor, too.”
But in a WebMD interview that aired on Friday, President Obama reneged on that assurance. “For the average person, many folks who don’t have health insurance initially, they’re going to have to make some choices and they might end up having to switch doctors, in part because they’re saving money,” he said.
Video of the exchange is below:
…but only because it’s politically expedient for the Democrats, of course.
First, allow me to provide a quick “refresher” sheet of the various and sundry changes which the president has already unilaterally enacted regarding Obamacare (*click* the image for full-size view):
And now, for the latest “adjustment” of His Lordship’s Glorious-yet-Ever-Changing Healthcare Plan for the Great Unwashed:
Posted in Guy Benson, Jonah Goldberg, Obama, Obamacare, politics
Tagged Affordable Care Act, delay, Guy Benson, Jonah Goldberg, Obama, Obamacare, politics
It is plainly evident that President Barack Obama doesn’t respect the Constitution of the United States. He’s content to sidestep Congress in order to illegally appoint people to Cabinet positions, change existing laws on his latest whim, and completely ignore laws with which he doesn’t agree.
Why is he setting so many dangerous precedents? Even if you favor his policies, it should concern all of us that he’s being so brazen in overstepping his Constitutional authority to implement them.
Posted in government, Obama
Tagged abortion, big government, constitution, deja reviewer, economy, founding fathers, freedom, government, Obama, Obamacare, prolife
It is now painfully clear that all criticism or questioning of our President’s signature legislation is now officially prohibido.
Consider this an UPDATE to last week’s “Attempting to Silence #Obamacare’s Victims“:
So let’s review, shall we?
Posted in First Amendment, freedom, Obama, Obamacare, politics
Tagged 1st Amendment, broken promise, cancer, dissent, Gary Peters, health care, Julie Boonstra, Obamacare, politics, punish
(via Americans for Prosperity) – “…Today Rep. Gary Peters set his Washington DC legal attack dogs out to intimidate and silence Julie Boonstra, a Michigan mother battling leukemia who had the courage to speak up after the insurance plan she liked was cancelled due to the Affordable Care Act.
I don’t know what ticks me off more: folks who reflexively impugn people of faith, or folks who deliberately misunderstand/misquote/misrepresent what people have said.
It’s probably a tie.
Which brings me to a recent conversation between MSNBC’s Al Sharpton and political analyst Dr. Victoria DeFrancesco Soto:
Posted in MSNBC, Obamacare, politics
Tagged Al Sharpton, health insurance, insurance, Jesus, Michelle Bachmann, msnbc, Obamacare, Pre-Existing Conditions, Victoria DeFrancesco Soto