Compare, contrast, and enjoy:

Excuse me, but HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

The only aspect about anything Obamacare-related that’s “free” is the schadenfreude. The pitiful thing is that another politician will tell her similar lies and she’ll fall for it all over again. Repeat offender morons are how we’ve ended up in so much trouble.


15 Responses to “Obamacare awakenings: What a difference a few years makes”

  1. Kim on February 19th, 2015 7:47 am

    Thanks for info

  2. Kim on February 19th, 2015 7:54 am
  3. Truesoldier__ on February 19th, 2015 2:23 pm

    HA! That is just too funny Doug. Though it is sad that you are right. Come the 2016 election cycle she will but hook, line and sinker the BS from whomever the dem nominee ends up being.

  4. Marshall_Will on February 19th, 2015 3:50 pm

    And the fact ibeautydallas spent the entirety of HER Sunday plumbing, dredging and scouring thru all 6+ feet of O'Scare bureaucratic legalese is of NO CONSEQUENCE to this administration! It was crafted from inception for [their] core demographic of 47%'ers ANY way…

    The Drudge link last night of the poor Nebraska gal that got booted ( thru insolvent insurers, cancelled 'plans', "out of network providers" 7 hours' drive away ) and NO fault of her OWN was utterly DEPRESSING.

  5. Marshall_Will on February 19th, 2015 4:00 pm

    OT ( and was it just 'me'? ) but was hyper troll "Eric The RED" totally off the RAILS at Michelle's place? It's dumbfounding w/ $7T in freshly acquired ( and entirely Democrat CONTROLLED ) *debt*, persecution of conservatives via the IRS and a president issuing unhinged ultimatums from Das' Bunker, they STILL want us to engage them in "a conversation of 'ideas' "?

    All the while dishing out insults, stereotypes and PROJECTING like nobody's BUSINESS. Must say tho', you had to be proud at how MM's posters dispatched him & his lunacy w/ casual EASE. Very different handling of the situation vice the halcyon daze of their being within in arm's length of 1-Party-Rule.

  6. Truesoldier__ on February 19th, 2015 5:24 pm

    Yes very depressing. If the GOP were smart, they would take a page from the liberal playbook and have her out there telling her story at every event for the next 2 years. Of course it wont happen as the leadership is afraid of their own shadow and plan on hunkering down for the next two years.

  7. Truesoldier__ on February 19th, 2015 5:30 pm

    It was awesome to see. The one thing I would note is that troll was more than likely a paid dem operative. The reason I say this is I noticed how quickly the troll would respond to whatever comment with links to multitudes of left wing articles and studies within mere seconds of the response being posted. This tells me that they have a lot of practice doing it and have all the talking points at their fingertips in an organized fashion.

    It looks like the left is beginning to see how effective MM is and are trying to do their best to marginalize her and her site. What the left never comprehends though is just how educated the Conservative "Just a blogger" crowd is. My hope is that it will be that underestimation that will lead to their loss in 2016 (along with the loss of the RINO's in the primary).

  8. Marshall_Will on February 20th, 2015 4:11 pm

    I've long suspected, more than a paid dim operative, that kind of "accuracy by VOLUME!" has to come from an actual TEAM of paid posters!

    When an economic COLLAPSE became painfully obvious in the waning daze of the housing 'boom', blaming Republicans was their M.O. But to do so, they had to carpet bomb "bubble blogs" and you'd see identical or slightly tweaked posts strewn up on multiple blogs. They've had plenty of practice.

    Then [in turn] when WE join forces to ward off jukubot/spam posting, they accuse US of "being an echo chamber"! Often you'll see race-baiting comments from non-regulars that feign commiseration but then top it off w/ "damn breeding Mexicans!" or, "ragheads" or whatever.

  9. Marshall_Will on February 20th, 2015 4:18 pm

    Ahem, on Ron Paul's comments yesterday:

    While there DID appear to be some validation of his comments regarding States engaging in "de-facto secession" ( the legalizing of WEED is far FROM a good example? )

    His hands off approach to pot may have made him popular w/ the college crowd, but it's ANYTHING but a "grassroots movement". Try deep pocketed investor types, launching pro-choom campaigns influencing state houses to push thru legislation while they still CAN.

    Exhibiting the uh… 29 States that are fighting O'drama's cattle prod "amnesty" tooth & nail would have been a MUCH better example Ron. And there's plenty more.

  10. Marshall_Will on February 20th, 2015 4:30 pm

    Oh, another telltale sign was Eric The Red ( 'read', whatever! ) KNEW MM's comment moderator by NAME! That's just plain creepy dude.

    Do you also have his home address? Know where his kids go to school? Is that the inference here? We're watching YOU!


  11. Truesoldier__ on February 20th, 2015 4:36 pm

    I missed the "knowing the moderator by name" makes you wonder what is up there. MM may want to look into that as it is her site and ultimately her reputation at stake. I know I reported a couple posts when the language got really foul.

  12. Truesoldier__ on February 20th, 2015 4:41 pm

    Agreed. the whole pot thing was a very bad example, especially in light of the multiple lawsuits from other states surrounding Colorado. The lawsuit basically states that Colorado has not been able to control pot leaving the states borders and therefore has infringed on other states rights to not legalize pot. They have shown that they have had increased law enforcement and medical costs due to the inability of Colorado to maintain it within their borders. Honestly, I think they have a pretty good case and I love how they are not denying Colorado's right as a state to determine for itself the issue of pot; instead they are defending their own right to not have it in their own state.

    I do see where RP was going with his statement though. If you have a lawless president how long will it be till state's choose to use "prosecutorial discretion" when it comes to federal laws they disagree with.

  13. Marshall_Will on February 21st, 2015 3:01 pm

    AND… please to RECALL:

    This was precisely the 'defense' BDS suffers employed in their knee jerk ( non-violent/non-COMPLIANT ) response to: No Child Left Behind!

    In spite the fact ( wiki it PROGS! ) this was "an unfunded mandate!" it was in fact, 94% FULLY FUNDED. Teacher's unions simply didn't WANT to do it. So by and large they paid lip service [to] it, protested thru the nearest distribution channel ( 24/7/365 ) and uh.., IGNORED it.

    But when CONSERVATIVES employ the same tactics we wind up on a rightwing watch list… Unlike NCLB, consequences HERE find their roots in reality.

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  15. mattronson2 on March 14th, 2017 9:03 am

    Well Obama, helped students so much in their academic life. He spent money on education to provide the great education to make America great

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