Thursday, April 5, 2012

Obama’s Lowlights (4/5/12)

ObamaCare – In the White House’s latest taxpayer funded propaganda video on ObamaCare, Obama claims in order to create jobs and get the economy moving again, healthcare must be reformed in America. Remember during the 2008 campaign when Obama vehemently opposed Hillary Clinton's reform plan because of its inclusion of the “mandate”. During Supreme Court proceedings Justice Kennedy, the possible swing vote, seems skeptical about the mandate provision. Justice Roberts discusses the distinct difference between RomneyCare and ObamaCare – the Federal Government has limited enumerated powers, the States do not. Also, liberals pushing for free health care often cite Fidel Castro's fiefdom as evidence of how to do it right. In fact, MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell was filming her program from Cuba as the healthcare debate takes center stage at the Supreme Court. Unfortunately, there are zero pro government healthcare reform Americans defecting or going to Cuba for medical care.

Gen44 – Obama is using the phrase “Gen44” which stands for Generation 44. Obama coined the phrase Gen44 after himself (the 44th President) and it represents all Americans under the age of 40.

Missile Defense - President Obama Asks Medvedev for ‘Space’ on Missile Defense — ‘After My Election I Have More Flexibility’. When Romney was critical of these remarks, Medvedev, of course, came to Obama’s defense.

Egg Hunt - An annual Easter egg hunt in Colorado Springs, attended by hundreds of children, has been canceled because of misbehavior last year. Not by the kids, but by the grown-ups.

Contraception – From Health News “Nearly one in five U.S. pharmacies gave out misinformation to researchers posing as 17-year-old girls seeking emergency contraception, often saying that it was "impossible" for girls to get the pill, a new study finds.” What is the purpose of this study? Pharmacies are not doctors nor can they give out prescriptions (the study also said doctors gave out correct information on contraception over 98% of the time)! Is this study supposed to be more proof that the “War on Women” conspiracy theory is true? This study is a complete waste of money because it proves nothing except pharmacists are not doctors.

Super PAC - More than 60 of Obama's biggest campaign donors have visited the White House more than once for meetings with top advisers, holiday parties, or state dinners, a review by The Associated Press has found.

Jane Fonda – The liberal actress was selected to play Nancy Reagan in the new film “The Butler”.

Pro Life – Pennsylvania State Representative Babette Joseph referred to pro-life women as “men with breasts”.

EPA - New EPA rules will essentially make it unviable to build new coal-fired power plants, unless they are fitted with yet-to-be-commercialized carbon-capture technology. The rules would limit the permissible emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases to a little more than half of what a typical coal plant emits today, administration officials have said. These new EPA rules will cost Americans thousands of dollars annually in energy costs.

Scott Walker Recall - Twenty-nine Wisconsin circuit court judges were among the thousands to sign recall petitions against Gov. Scott Walker, a Gannett Wisconsin Media analysis has found. How is that for being impartial?

Liberal Media – What was the big story for the past week: Did Cheney deserve a heart transplant?

Big Oil - The Senate moved ahead on a bill that would repeal billions in oil industry tax incentives. If this passes expect oil companies to recapture these losses from consumers.

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