” Although those asked in this CNN poll said Obama “won the debate” 46-39, look at the responses on who voters find would be better to handle the economy, healthcare, tax policy, and the deficit.
Obama may have “scored style points”, but clearly Romney showed a vision and poked holes in Obama’s record. What do you think of these numbers? “
” AARP bucked the President, telling him to stop quoting them. Joel Gehrke, of The Examinerwrites, concerning AARP’s statements:
“While we respect the rights of each campaign to make its case to voters, AARP has never consented to the use of its name by any candidate or political campaign,” the group posted in a statement. “AARP is a nonpartisan organization and we do not endorse political candidates nor coordinate with any candidate or political party.”
This comes as quite the surprise, especially considering the fact that they were a notoriously large supporter of Obamacare (and benefits tremendously from the ACA). One would think that the lobbying organization would do everything in its power to help the President in his hour of dire need, but it appears as if they’ve publicly thrown their man under the bus.”
“Being booed by AARP is a badge of
” I haven’t written much lately about the insurance sales organization doing business as a senior citizens advocacy group using the name AARP.
You have AARP, among other corporate sell-outs, to thank for Obamacare, as I posted in 2009-2010:
When Will AARP, Consumers Union
and AMA Be Held To Account for
Obamacare? AARP Rides To Obamacare’s Rescue, Again Alphabet Soup of Health Care
Delusions AARP and Consumers Union Should Put Their Money Where Their Pro-Tax Mouths Are
AARP Prepares To Sell Out Seniors
AARP Shills for Kennedy
So Paul Ryan being booed by an
organization which has caused so much damage to our economy and our health care system should be viewed as a badge of honor.”
Video at the link .
” President Obama’s Top 9 Biggest Lies”
“President Obama brazenly accused the Republicans of being liars, so it’s only fair game to look at the president’s own monumental
record of “fibs.”This list of Obama’s top ten biggest lies is by no means exhaustive.
An explanatory note is in order. A lie is something said to deliberately mislead people or is otherwise a broken promise that one could
honor. One of the reasons it has been deemed politically incorrect to call someone a “liar” is because the government and the mainstream media want to do it constantly without being called on it.”
Reviving the War on Women?
” Sandra Fluke, the free- contraception activist whose claim to fame was getting insulted by Rush Limbaugh, is hitting the campaign trail with President
Obama in Colorado today. But she
started the day off with an anti-Romney column in the Huffington Post (via Daily Caller ):
The morning of noted contraception activist Sandra
Fluke’s campaign appearance
with President Barack Obama
in Denver, the newly minted
lawyer explained she is “standing with Obama” in an effort to protect women’s health care. “
Independent Journal Review
” Before you look to do harm to Chief Justice Roberts or his family, it’s important that you think carefully about the meaning – the true nature — of his ruling on Obama-care. The Left will shout that they won, that Obama-care was upheld and all the rest. Let them.
It will be a short-lived celebration.
Here’s what really occurred — payback. Yes, payback for Obama’s numerous, ill-advised and childish insults directed toward SCOTUS.
Chief Justice Roberts actually ruled the mandate, relative to the commerce clause, was unconstitutional. That’s how the Democrats got Obama-care going in the first place. This is critical. His ruling means Congress can’t compel American citizens to purchase anything. Ever. The notion is now officially and forever, unconstitutional. As it should be.”
It seems that some of the sycophants are ceasing to genuflect at the all-mighty alter of Obama . Booker , Ford , et al failing to tow the company anti-capitalist line and now we have one of Obamacare’s architects acknowledging the wisdom of Paul Ryan’s healthcare proposal .
“First private equity and now the Ryan Plan. Will MIT economist Jon Gruber have to do a Cory Booker-like retraction (via the WaPo):
One health policy idea he thinks could work, albeit in the future, would be a premium support model akin to Ryan-Wyden. “
” “I think, ultimately, something like Ryan-Wyden is a good place to be, but not yet,” Gruber said. “In the long run, it’s a very good model. “
That is probably about as glowing an endorsement as one is likely to see from the left side of the aisle .