You do realize, of course, that with your rioteous behavior, behavior like that of Harry Reid and his democrat minions in the Senate with the nuclear option, you all have established the precedent for future behavior if one of your candidates ever again gets elected to office?
Seriously, you all can expect nothing less.
Liberals are foaming at the mouth over taxpayer funding of “Trump’s Wall”.
Now my question is: How does it feel to see the government spending your money on something with which YOU don’t agree?
Sage advice from my favorite Life Professor
DON’T TAKE ANYTHING PERSONALLY
- Nothing others say or do is because of you
- What others say and do is a reflection of THEIR own character, THEIR own reality, THEIR own dreams
- When you make yourself immune to the opinions and actions of others, you will never be the victim of needless suffering
If we lie to the Congress, it’s a felony and if the Congress lies to us its just politics;
If we dislike a black person, we’re racist and if a black dislikes whites, it’s their 1st Amendment right;
The government spends millions to rehabilitate criminals and they do almost nothing for the victims;
In public schools you can teach that alternative life styles are OK, but you better not use the word God;
You can kill an unborn child, but its wrong to execute a mass murderer;
We don’t burn books in America, we now rewrite them;
We got rid of the communist and socialist threat by renaming them progressives;
We are unable to close our border with Mexico but have no problem protecting the 38th parallel in Korea;
If you protest against President Obama you’re a racist at best or a terrorist at worst, but if you burned an American flag or George Bush in effigy it was your 1st Amendment right.
You can have pornography on TV or the Internet, but you better not put a nativity scene in a public park during Christmas;
We have eliminated all criminals in America, they are now called sick people;
We can use a human fetus for medical research, but it’s wrong to use an animal.
We take money from those who work hard for it and give it to those who don’t want to work;
We still have freedom of speech, but only if we are being politically correct;
Parenting has been replaced with Ritalin and video games;
The land of opportunity is now the land of hand outs;
And how do we handle a major crisis today? The government appoints a committee to determine who’s at fault, then threatens them, passes a law, raises our taxes; tells us the problem is solved so they can get back to their reelection campaign.
What has happened to the land of the free and home of the brave?
This weekend, our culture’s worship of animals and its cruel indifference to children finally came crashing together when a 4 year old child fell into the gorilla exhibit at the zoo in Cincinnati. Zoo officials were forced to shoot the ape to protect the kid. Many animal experts have agreed that the ape could have…
via While you were crying over a dead ape, 125 thousand babies were just murdered — The Matt Walsh Blog
I’d like to think that saying “I told ya so” to obamanationcare cheerleaders/flying monkeys/minions who painted such a rosy picture of life under the ACA would get tiresome after a while. HA, it never does.
Believe it or not, I savor saying it every single time.
Critics of the president’s health insurance, accurately referred to as obamanationcare, repeatedly pointed out that the rules for businesses encouraged companies to move full time workers to part time status in order to avoid paying for their insurance. Now, a new report from Goldman Sachs confirms what we knew would happen.
One aspect of obamanationcare that has yet to be measured is how many workers who pay for part of their health insurance have seen increased contributions over the past few years. All insurance, whether employer group plans or individual business plans have seen big increases since obamanationcare was shoved down our throats, or pick any orafice. It is very likely that people who make a monthly contribution – especially for dependents – have seen their paycheck shrink.
IMO, as insurance becomes more and more expensive, more and more employers will take the route of forcing employees into part time positions. Today, it’s a few hundred thousand workers who are involuntarily working part time.
What will it be like in 1 , or 5 years?