Category Archives: Accountability

Obama, Democrats knew they were lying

Barack H. Obama gave one of the worst State of the Union addresses of his career.
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Barack Obama promised repeatedly, “If you like your plan/doctor, you can keep your plan/doctor.” Many other prominent Democrats said the same. And they all knew they were lying. And many of them, in “safe” seats or not up for re-election, not only admit it but avow it today.

Obamacare ads teach young to be foolish

An Obamacare ad includes a scene similar to this one.
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Barack Obama and his apologists once pretended responsibility. Young people should do the responsible thing and sign up for these policies. Even if they pay for things these young people would never use. Now they’ve changed their tune. The latest Obamacare ads openly tell young people to do foolish things. As long as “they have insurance,” they can do all sorts of silly things without fear.

Affordable Care Act: Crisis of Trust

Obama, hypocrite in chief at the National Prayer Breakfast
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The most chilling part of the Affordable Care Act is not the shoddy website. It will be fixed. Or the loss of 15 million insurance policies. They will be replaced. It is not even the broken promises. It is the way in which they were broken.

Can you find the NAZI?

Kathleen Sebelius was monumentally embarrassed after healthcare.gov crashed in front of her.
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It is often said that a picture paints a thousand words. Can anyone tell me what this picture of Kathleen Sebelius is saying? To be more specific: what’s with that eagle? Turn its head around, slim it down a little, and you have…a NAZI eagle.

Useful idiots in the media

The New York Times: suffused with Walter Duranty Syndrome
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Concerning useful idiots and managed news, Josef Goebbels said something profound, something people so often forger:

Obamacare signups: six in first day

Obamacare wants the young and offers them a bad deal. They need not take it.
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Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services, is the top gun on Obamacare. On Wednesday, the House Energy and Commerce Committee had her at the green table. They must have asked her fifty times for figures on how many people have enrolled since the web site went live. She said only she would have those figures “by mid-November.” And now we know why. According to two separate reports, only six people enrolled in the first twenty-four hours that the site was live!

Congressman both Muslim and pro-gay?

Keith Ellison
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“Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., a third-term congressman and a co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. On the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Rights page on his House website, Ellison notes that he is ‘proud to be vice-chair of the Congressional Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Caucus.’”

Obamacare, web sites, and a web of lies

Obama, hypocrite in chief at the National Prayer Breakfast
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Today, de facto President Barack H. Obama came out to defend his signature project, Obamacare. I expected him to admit the obvious. The Obamacare website won’t load half the time. And in the other half, it won’t let more than a handful of people in who visit it. I expected him to make some lame excuse and blame the problem on bad contractors and incompetent underlings. I also expected some vague promise to solve the problem.

Relentless media liars

Useful idiots make the media of not much better use than to wrap fish.
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My ministry set up a booth at the Minnesota State Fair August 22 – Labor Day, as we have been for several years. Within hours of the fair opening, a local media outlet stalked the members at my booth in a lame attempt to twist the truth about my ministry. Watch the video below to see how they were caught in their lies…again:

New Jersey politics: insider payoffs

Bribery in immigration reform isn't done quite this way, but the results are the same.
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A dear friend of mine who is somewhat interlinked with the Republican Party in New Jersey, after a few cocktails, to my surprise blurted out words to this effect.

I’m having trouble being in your company. Many of my friends don’t want to be in your company. Why don’t you do something constructive, instead of attacking every politician in town? If our town is so bad why don’t you just move?