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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

There’s a Obama Derangement Syndrome Epidemic in the GOP


We are approaching Halloween so Larry Marek wrote another scary letter “President Obama is intentionally ruining America” but as usual, he doesn’t tell us how or what his solutions are. He says that left wingers will reap the same agony as anyone else but isn’t that always the case; regardless of ideology? He states that he is not a Republican or Democrat, but he’s definitely not a Democrat; and that leaves what? He says, “It’s your choice.”Huh?

I can understand Larry being confused. What type of Republican is up in the air because he has a few choices these days? Is he a mainstream Republican who believes what is reported on ABC news, or is he an avid Fox news believer? Wait, he has another option, he can be a Glenn Beck (The Blaze/ info wars) Republican. The GOP is split but they agree on two things; equal hate for Obamacare and President Obama himself.

Larry, you complain about the Obama Administration  not being transparent, yet you preach gloom and doom, so how did you acquire all your information? You are very transparent. You don’t like Muslims because it would be reprehensible if the president of United States belonged to that religion. You find it distasteful, that a college graduate would help people of the poorer south side of Chicago and all this time I thought it was a Christian deed. He was also a college constitutional professor at the University of Chicago before he became a state senator and then a United States senator. Ordinarily, that would be an impressive resume.

This morning, Joe Scarborough tried to make his show all about President Obama either being out -of -touch or a liar with nothing in between. Joe Scarborough reminds me of people like Larry Marek who won’t be satisfied until everyone has the same contempt for the president as he does.

The latest criticism about Obamacare seems to be about the president promising everyone that if you liked your healthcare plan, you could keep it. Joe Scarborough is trying to make the case that the president intentionally lied. I never paid much attention to those words because like 80% of other Americans, I won’t be enrolling in Obamacare. Joe had Lisa Meyers on, who had written an article that stated “50 to 75 percent of the 14 million consumers who buy their insurance individually can expect to receive a ‘cancellation’ letter or the equivalent over the next year because their existing policies don’t meet the standards mandated by the new health care law. One expert predicts that number could reach as high as 80 percent. And all say that many of those forced to buy pricier new policies will experience ‘sticker shock.” Joe got upset when one of his guests said it was more of an upgrade than it was a cancelation. The people Lisa interviewed had catastrophic policies which are not health plans. Chuck Todd then angered Joe even more when he said that the insurers were ripping off those people. It boils down to this; the old policies did not meet the new ACA standards, so the profit motive insurance companies’ immediately raised their prices and canceled the existing one.

Joe Scarborough is trying to make a case “what did the president know and when did he know it” for every hiccup that involves the administration. It’s as if this administration invented “plausible deniability.” Joe was going hard trying to make his point that President Obama had to know that Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cell phone was being tapped.. Mika Brzezinski threw a curveball that hit a surprised Joe Scarborough. She told them that we started spying on our Allies in 2002. All he could say was “are you sure about that?” Joe is the host of that show, so it’s up to him to keep informed and not just make his daily anti-Obama comments.

Things ought to be looking good for Alcoa because the orders for aluminum for all the tin-foil hats has to be at record highs.

If I were to meet  Marek and Joe Scarborough.I would say “dudes the president is not going anywhere for the next three years; the voters have spoken.”    


Edith Ann said...

Watched All In With Chris Hayes this morning. He had an excellent segment on there explaining the whole 'you can keep your policy, but if not, here's why not'. For those who continue to be a bit confused, it is certainly worth the watch.

Mike said...

"Rep. Bill Johnson (R-OH) told Fox News Channel anchor Bill Hemmer that President Barack Obama "ought to reimburse the American people for any cost that's associated with fixing or replacing" the website, which has been plagued by glitches since its launch earlier this month."

Absolutely just as soon as the GOP reimburses the taxpayer for the cost of the shutdown.

Mike said...

Quote of the day far@VA

"PSYC 4314

"How ridiculous that anyone would believe an elected official, ANY elected official, would purposefully try to ruin the United States of America. Grow up"

Think about how much sense that makes...Any president needs a political party behind them.. As the policies go... so goes the party.

Mike said...

Bottom line, insurance companies can longer sell crappy health care policies and the GOP can't stand it because they say they have the right to buy crappy policies....Incredible.

Edith Ann said...

Before we start taking payments on the shutdown, I'd like to see some of our money returned on Bush's war and the gazillions of dollars Cheney's cronies made.

The folks are so silly!

Mike said...

Please stay informed ,if you have time please watch the health care congressional hearings this morning....Make up your own minds.

Mike said...

This morning's hearings gave me a headache...Rep, Ralph Hall of Texas needs to hang it up. He's way too old and is really showing it.

Rep. Burgess of Texas cannot take NO for an answer. Sebelius repeatedly said that she would give accurate and reliable enrollment numbers at the end of November but he wanted the phone enrollment figures....Everyone knows the game...get the expected low enrollment numbers so they spread the propaganda on Fox News.