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Oct 21 2013

Cooking data vs burning it

  I shared my healthcare nightmare on Daily Kos yesterday, right on cue the usual suspects are brandishing new supposed data intended to kill millions of people like me before we become really unprofitable. It should not come as breaking news around these skeptical parts that telling powerful people the answer they want to hear …

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Oct 20 2013

The insidious plot to sap and impurify our precious bodily fluids

We are facing virtual Armageddon, the Republic may not survive. It started out as a full frontal assault on America and apple pie, but the situation is even now dire: there is a website on the Internet that is slow to load, it often times out and, worst of all, it is taken down for …

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Oct 17 2013

Your shutdown comic of the day

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I know conservatives are bummed or pissed right now. Take it from us progressives, we’ve learned the hard way. You have to own all three branches of government to get anything major through. Even then it will be like herding kittens with a squirt gun. Good luck.

Oct 16 2013

Hurricane Ted hits the GOP hard

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If you hear a nearby rumble, don’t be worried. It’s just your local Teaparty caving in on itself. Normally these bozos couldn’t care less about losing support among apathetic centrists. But a new poll holds devastating numbers for the extremist yokels:

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Oct 16 2013

Add this to the sick healthcare system we have

  By win, Cruz neglects to mention Teaparty added estimated $24 billion to nation’s deficit as result of shutdownYou’ve been feeling lousy, lately it’s turned into full blown exhaustion and a little dizziness. You start out trying an in network specialist, but soon come back around to your PCP as the network requires. Expensive out …

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Oct 16 2013

Obamacare tips into popularity

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The Teaparty was right to be afraid. Now they should be very afraid. Obamare is no longer “unpopular” and by some polls is indeed supported by a majority of Americans. Case in point:

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Oct 16 2013

Shutdown deal in the works

Let the historical revisionism begin. Take it away Teatards! Rep. Labrador says it’s “absolutely false” that GOP sought Obamacare repeal. ” We have never asked for a full repeal of Obamacare…” — @mpoindc Imagine someone ostensibly in a position of knowledge said something utterly incomprehensible. Say for example someone on the board of the American …

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Oct 16 2013

Default aint just an actor in war movies

It seems the Senate came up with a plan of sorts to save the nation from economic Armageddon. Naturally, a few dozen members of the House of Teaparty wax dummies had to be placated less their fee-fees be hurt and it fell apart. Which leaves one day to get it together and maybe one weekend …

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Oct 15 2013

At long last Mr Cruz?

  I have to hope Cruz — with sidekick Palin — has reached his McCarthyist apogee with this one. Actually accusing his political opponents of using vets as props, while whining about a monument shutdown that he orchestrated for his personal political profit, using vets as props. Now, the vets themselves are complaining about being …

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Oct 14 2013

More bad data for Cruz & shutters

Who could have predicted that shutting down the country would be an unpopular move? Well, pretty much everyone, including Teaparty Republicans who publicly maintain it was a gallant and possibly brilliant move, otherwise they would not have spent so much time trying to saddle their critics with the blame. A new poll shows that that …

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