Tag Archives: ObamaCare

Getting Real With Obamacare

Congressfolk are evidently struggling with Obamacare, delaying their legislation while hiding it from sight. Obviously, they see themselves in a no-win situation. We can see reasons for this: First, existing Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid funding already depended upon borrowing … Continue reading

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Human Life and Healthcare In a Post Christian Era

Back in America’s Christian era, Medicare was the first government general health care; programs for the military and the poor were sidelines for special cases. That was because the elderly generally need more care and too often, could not afford … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE …(Policically Uncorrected)

A new week’s worth: Turkey’s coup attempt: A fabricated excuse for an Erdogan purge and clampdown? (Report) (Erdogan’s witch hunt begins. (Report) Erdogan has fired all college deans and suspended 21,000 private school teachers. 60,000 political opponents purged so far … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE …(Politically Uncorrected)

Stuff and nonsense from politics to reality: The culture: Two girls headed home from high school were brutally beaten by a gang of teens in Washington D.C. (This has become common; is it racially patterned? Apparently, we aren’t to be … Continue reading

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A FEW, SIMPLE QUESTIONS

A frw simple questions occurred to us this morning, between awakening and arising: Whatever happened to the AIDS epidemic? Whatever happened to the Ebola threat? Whatever happened to the Russian invasion in Urraine? Whatever happened to al Qaeda (that toppled … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Another week has piled onto our experience, a bad week for those with faith in government, economic recovery, Obamacare and world peace. We would apologize but we are not in charge; we only watch and report. We have found a … Continue reading

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Does the Supreme Court Follow Law … or Politics? (Obamacare, Gay Marriage and the US Constitution)

America’s Supreme Court, led by Chief Justice Roberts, has again saved Obamacare and, excoriated by Chief Justice Roberts, declared gay marriage a Constitutional right. Justice Scalia said in dissent that these decisions show that “words have lost their meaning” and … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected

An economic analyst noticed that the Government’s numbers apparently aren’t adding up: He expected the usual relationship between employment, productivity and GDP in the recent reports … Some of the GOP leaders pushing supersecret ObamaTrade haven’t read it? (Good grief; … Continue reading

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Is Government Healthcare Another Oxymoron? (Who Heals Corrupt Government?)

We recall childhood diseases — measles, chicken pox, mumps, –that every child old enough for school was expected to encounter. These were not feared so much as resignedly expected. Any child’s parents had already survived them. No treatment was available; … Continue reading

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A Small, Simple Question About Obamacare …

Before Obamacare, the U.S. government functioned on massive spending deficits, a result of social welfare and military programs that exceeded available resources. All these continue unabated, plus the addition of Obamacare, that added some 20 to 40 million (depending upon … Continue reading

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