Thursday, June 28, 2012

Conservatives, there is no silver lining in Obamacare ruling, we boned.

I forgot where I read it but todays ruling shows again how conservatives keep forgetting the golden rule of liberals. "A means to an end"

Go back and think the amount of twists and turns and deals and lies liberals and Obama made to get Obamacare passed, how they worded their accomplishment, how they used every trick in the book to get to their goals.

Every step of the way, conservatives just sat there and reacted. Thats all we did is react. Liberals plot and scheme and never stop pushing to get their ways into law. Fuck tradition, procedures and conservative outrage.

Conservatives especially in the top levels of the Republican party will never put the same amount of effort to get something passed like the Dems will, they will never understand to stick to your guns and fight for what is correct. Pressure to be accepted makes Republicans give away themselves to get things passed. They worry about the media going after them and wanting to be liked all the time.

The same thing happened today. You want Obamacare destroyed? You better learn how the Dems play "means to an end" and throw their own tactics at them while keeping the press at bay.

Until you do, the Dems will keep getting victories like this that only further bring down America.

Yes, Chief Justice Roberts fucked America and became a liberal hero.

By not doing his damn job and giving Obamacare the life it didn't need and now will never be taken away because America is 50% parasite infested with people who are dumb enough to think this is actually "free" healthcare.

Woman goes to Google I/O, whines like a little girl about a flippin t-shirt.

Can you make yourself anymore of a stereotype about women in tech? Seriously, a tshirt because its in a mens size is the most hostile event of your day.

NYC public hospitals see big financial hit from Obamacare

Glorious, simply glorious.

The New York City Health and Hospital Corporation expects to lose $2.3 billion over eight years from the Medicaid cuts included in President Barack Obama's new healthcare law.

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday upheld Obama's signature healthcare overhaul requiring that most Americans get insurance by 2014 or pay a financial penalty.

Alan Aviles, the HHC chief executive officer, said on Thursday that although more people will have insurance, this will not make up for the loss of Medicaid funds.

HHC is the nation's biggest public hospital system and it serves 1.3 million New Yorkers every year.

Aviles did not yet know how much the city's public hospitals would save by treating more insured patients. But "It is highly unlikely that it will come remotely close to $2.3 billion," he said.

The city's 11 public hospitals and nursing homes last year treated 477,957 patients who had no insurance - a 20 percent increase since 2006.

Elected officials estimated that New York state has about two million residents who have no health insurance and the vast majority of them live in New York City.

About 1.2 million of these people are expected to gain health insurance under the new federal law. But New York City also has about 500,000 illegal immigrants, and only some of them have insurance.

Monday, June 25, 2012

Newsroom star Emily Mortimer an American hating English leftist douchebag

Perfect for HBO. A self styled pseudo intellectual coming from England who thinks her accent makes her smarter than everyone else.

There’s so much wrong with England, but I think people are informed in general. I’m going to make a huge sweeping statement, but you just get the news much more [in England]. Listening to radio stations that play pop music all day and all night, the news will come on every two hours, foreign news too. It’s part of your daily routine, being informed about what’s going on in the world. Whether you like it or not, you can’t really escape it.

I don’t think the same is true here, and television broadcast news especially seems to me to be a pretty dicey area. You can’t rely on getting the facts, or getting them presented in a way that is actually objective and makes sense and puts people in a position where they can make informed decisions about who to vote for. It’s just over-sensationalized and, as our show keeps pointing out, one of the big problems is that they act like there’s just two definite sides to every discussion — and that’s just not necessarily the case, but it feeds into the way this country has just become completely polarized.

This Tea Party is presented on the television as the viable alternative instead of like a lunatic fringe.

Obama suspends immigration agreement with Arizona, gives amnesty in Arizona.

He is determined to get all the latino votes so why bother having to enforce the law in America that would upset illegals and their supporters.

Obama gives two middle fingers to American law.

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Will the Supreme Court hold up Obamacare and the mandate? Probably

The liberal "scholars" from these articles in Bloomberg and the NYTIMES sure are hopeful.

Why are they so nervous now?
WASHINGTON — With the Supreme Court likely to render judgment on President Obama’s health care law this week, the White House and Congress find themselves in a position that many advocates of the legislation once considered almost unimaginable.

In passing the law two years ago, Democrats entertained little doubt that it was constitutional. The White House held a conference call to tell reporters that any legal challenge, as one Obama aide put it, “will eventually fail and shouldn’t be given too much credence in the press.”

Congress held no hearing on the plan’s constitutionality until nearly a year after it was signed into law. Representative Nancy Pelosi, then the House speaker, scoffed when a reporter asked what part of the Constitution empowered Congress to force Americans to buy health insurance. “Are you serious?” she asked with disdain. “Are you serious?”

Opponents of the health plan were indeed serious, and so was the Supreme Court, which devoted more time to hearing the case than to any other in decades. A White House that had assumed any challenge would fail now fears that a centerpiece of Mr. Obama’s presidency may be partly or completely overturned on a theory that it gave little credence. The miscalculation left the administration on the defensive as its legal strategy evolved over the last two years.

“It led to some people taking it too lightly,” said a Congressional lawyer who like others involved in drafting the law declined to be identified before the ruling. “It shouldn’t strike anybody as a close call,” the lawyer added, but “given where we are now, do I wish we had focused even more on this? I guess I would say yes.”

Looking back, Democrats said they had had every reason for confidence, given decades of Supreme Court precedents affirming Congress’s authority to regulate interstate commerce, and lawyers who defended the law said they had always taken the challenge seriously even if politicians had not. But they underestimated the chances that conservative judges might, in this view, radically reinterpret or discard those precedents.

Adversaries said the law’s proponents had been too attentive to liberal academics who shaped public discussion. “There’s very little diversity in the legal academy among law professors,” said Randy E. Barnett, a Georgetown University law professor and a leading thinker behind the challenge. “So they’re in an echo chamber listening to people who agree with them.”

My feeling is sadly it will be the liberals winning with Kennedy the swing vote because recent smug quotes from Ginsburg and Kagan

"This is a case about sovereign immunity and prudential standing; maybe not what you’ve all come for today," Kagan announced playfully Monday to widespread laughter, as she read an unrelated decision.

leads me to believe they won and the productive Americans will be stuck with yet more taxes to pay for everyone else who are quickly becoming parasites.