Monday, September 30, 2013

Brewer Obamacare allies get payback

Sonoran Alliance has a couple of interesting stories on Arizona Governor Jan Brewer getting her cronies that voted with her to fund Obamacare in Arizona payback by hospitals. While I don't have any information on the validity of that claim, it smells right.

Here's the Sonoran Alliance article:

So now we're saddled with Brewer turning into a McCain style Democrat. It's bad enough that we get saddled with "Pat" Napolitano, who by the way tried to pick up an ex-girlfriend of mine,

Of course no US newspapers or media outlets picked up the story, we have to go to the UK to find out about Napolitano's hi-jinks.

Now we have the politically ambiguous Brewer.Why the change of heart, Jan? Who got to you? And why in your little head, did you decide this would be a good political move? Is it the swarms of Illinois and Michigan (read Detroit) license plates I've suddenly seen descend upon Arizona as those failed states/cities residents flee their Democrat enclaves like rats deserting a sinking ship, unfortunately bringing their failed politics with them. Hey, I know, if I try my crappy political views somewhere else, they'll work better. We just didn't do it right, in Detroit, Illinois, California, Cuba, China, North Korea, Spain, Italy, Greece....

Friday, September 27, 2013

Arizona Repugnant Strikes again in Obamcare Chearleader Role

Well, here they go again, the Democratic talking points bulletin, The Arizona Republic claims,"Looming Government Shutdown could have wide-ranging impact," following their leaders, the Democratic Party as they scare monger shutdown anti-facts.
Unfortunately they're not smart enough to know about the real shut down. That's the shut down that happens when we go into a period of hyper inflation trying to pay all our debt with worthless script. But, apparently that's not an issue with them. When it does happen, I'm sure they'll blame Ted Cruz for that too. The one guy who is trying to keep it from happening. Here's the hit piece:

For the two of you who still read the Arizona Republic and know about as much history as they do, here is a list of all the times these phony shutdowns happened:

1976, 1977 (3x), 1978, 1979

Sound familiar? Just about every year of Carter's presidency.

1981, 1982(2x), 1983, 1984(2x) , 1986, 1987

Reagan's presidency, the best presidency in modern times. One of the most prosperous times in American History.


Bush the elder. RINO disaster.

1995 (2x)

The Gingrich shut down. The second most prosperous time in modern history, and the press hung Gingrich for it. If he had let Clinton have his way, we would have gone broke much sooner.

So, there you have it. Seventeen times since 76. We should have them more often.

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Arizona Repugnant shills for Obamacare, claims costs for Arizonans will be low

The socialists who are writing comments on the Repugnant article are fighting reality tooth and nail. Here's the reality in my family. Our premiums almost doubled on passage of the act. That's my reality. It looks like we're paying for someone else's health care, someone else's IRS job to make people pay for it, and for an army of bureaucrats to tell us what a good deal we're getting.

On a side note, I have a Obama Socialist in my family, who sadly was just diagnosed with a possibly terminal  illness with a 30% chance of mortality IF she gets the required treatment she needs. She is under medicare, which is being raped by Obamacare. I'm at a loss on what to say to her about her situation, since her actions in supporting this idiocy might result in her own demise if she can't get the treatment she requires.

Here's the article:

God help us all.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Dude, where's my country

I finally found the answer to Micheal Moore's question. It took me years:

Here it is dude:

So, why aren't you there? I think I know why: you're an idiot, but you're not that stupid. It's always, "They just didn't do it (socialism) right." Yes, I'm sure you would do it right. Oh,'re already doing it.

I really don't think that Micheal Moore and his ilk will not be happy until we're standing in a rice paddy arguing with the neighborhood commissar about how much rice we picked that day. Maybe that's where we need to put him and his ilk. In their own little Socialist paradise.