by Kevin “Coach” Collins
As this Christmas season unfolds, let us speak the truth about Obamacare, “It’s a Wonderful Lie” for Barack Obama.
Obama built his Obamacare scheme on so many lies it is hard to keep track of them. The obvious ones: if you like your doctor, or your healthcare plan you can keep them are becoming well recognized, but they are far from the only lies a little simple deduction can reveal. There are so many fatal errors in Obamacare it really is difficult to take it seriously. In fact if it wasn’t a reality already; if it had actually been discussed and debated before it was voted on as was the stuff of yet another lie from Obama, his signature legislation would have been laughed at and rejected.
It was clearly written either by drug addled progressives in a smoke induced dream or cynical people who wanted it to fail so Obama could more easily … Continue Reading:Obamacare: “It’s a Wonderful Lie”
by Suzanne Eovaldi
Shocking statistics surfacing about record busting, low water levels in America’s Great Lakes make no mention of the sale of fresh water supplies by private companies to China, or of President Obama’s executive order and the legal loophole which is allowing these sales. “Two of the Great Lakes have hit their lowest water levels EVER RECORDED” the US Army Corps of Engineers reported early this year. (1) Corps measurements taken in January of 2013 “show Lake Huron and Lake Michigan have reached their lowest ebb since record keeping began in 1918.” The chief watershed hydrology expert warns Americans, “We’re in an extreme situation.” Keith Kompoltowicz heads up the corps district office in Detroit as hand wringing, citizen angst, and shippers’ economic losses pile up.
“Plunging water levels are beyond anyone’s control,” says another expert, James Weakley.(2) But in one of CiR’s most popular posts, last year we warned, “Lake Michigan water is … Continue Reading:American companies selling off nation’s water supplies with blessing of Obama Regime
by Doug Book, editor
The Financial Times reports that “the U.S. Federal Reserve is considering the possibility of arbitrarily cutting the amount of interest it pays on money that it borrows from private commercial banks.” Private banks, of course, make a great deal of money this way.
But should the Fed make this decision, banks which have historically paid their customers a small amount of interest for the use of their money may well begin “…charg[ing] private individuals and businesses for the privilege of “parking” their money in an account for a time.”
Could such a policy create a bank run? That’s what happened on Cyprus when its government decided to TAX all private bank deposits as a means of, “…feeding [that] government’s never-ending hunger for money.” In fact, Cyprus closed all of its banks for 10 days, after which depositors were permitted to withdraw a maximum of just $383 per day. Access to its citizens OWN MONEY … Continue Reading:Government plans to survive hard times by keeping Americans away from their own money
Self-employed businessman Cornelius Kelly and his pediatrician wife Jennifer are two of the approximately 5 million Americans to have had a perfectly acceptable health insurance plan cancelled, thanks to ObamaCare.
When Kelly browsed New York’s ObamaCare exchange for a replacement family plan, he discovered, to his astonishment, that “…none of the plans would include the youngest member of his family who, according to a[n exchange] representative, until her second birthday would have to have a separate insurance policy of her own.” (1) Kelly, his wife and children aged 3, 5 and 6 could obtain an ObamaCare Family Plan priced between $800 and $2500 per month. BUT the 18 month old baby would have to have her OWN health insurance policy, priced from $117 to $360! Three different people at New York’s ObamaCare exchange told Kelly exactly the same thing: under 2, TOO BAD!
Fortunately, the Kellys found a private plan which would accommodate ALL members of the family for … Continue Reading:New York ObamaCare Exchange REFUSES to cover children under 2 (until the media takes an interest)
by Kevin “Coach” Collins
In its heyday Cunard cruise lines used the tagline, “Getting there is half the fun.” It worked well because the “there” its ships were getting passengers to was a happy vacation in an attractive part of the world.
Now that Obamacare’s website repairs have “fixed” 90% of its problems according to Barack Obama, we are to believe that getting to Obama’s promised land, “..is half the fun.” But believing this means believing there is actually a desirable “there” at the end of one’s Obamacare journey. Clearly a growing majority of Americans don’t believe this.
Like all liberal programs, Obamacare relies on keeping the masses ignorant of what its final results will be. Except among TEA party supporters who saw through Obama’s lies from day one, Obamacare was popular only with his ignorant masses. The less they knew about the program, the more these greedy idiots liked it and the better chance … Continue Reading:Adding comfortable seats and box lunches won’t change the Obamacare train’s final destination