Podcast Episode 21: A tangled web.

“O, what a tangled web we weave when we practice to deceive.” Sir Walter Scott had no idea he was talking about Obamacare, but he nailed it.

Tonight we breakdown all things healthcare.gov.

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Episode 21: A Tangled Web:

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Can Obama escape the web of his own doing?

Can Obama escape the web of his own doing?

Web Slinger’s Delight

Intentional or not, the disaster that is the health care web site has a lot of people asking if the President knew how bad things were before the roll out of Obamacare. If he did not, then why not? If he did, why not delay?




Who has two thumbs and is an old douche...

Who has two thumbs and is an old douche… We report, you decide!

Father of the Frankenstein? 

Karl Rove and John McCain have been on the offensive AGAINST the Tea Party lately. But does the guy who spiraled up the tea party that gave us Christine O’Donnell and the guy who almost made Sarah Palin Vice President have a right to attack the very thing they asked for?



Good for some - not so good for others.

Good for some – not so good for others.

Shutdown Splashdown

The Government shutdown probably won’t effect the 2016 Presidential race, but 2014 Senate seats and 2013 Governor races are definitely in play. Find out who wins and who loses in our new segment Rising and Falling.





All this and more on episode 21 of UF/UF. Don’t miss it!

Podcast Episode 21: A Tangled Web:

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7 comments on “Podcast Episode 21: A tangled web.

  1. Mark Baldini says:

    Fran is broadcasting from ‘an undisclosed location’.

  2. Mark Baldini says:

    Regarding Obamacare: I was laid off from my ‘free-market economy’ job in August. My COBRA will cost me $1100+/month, and since it is a High Deductible Health Plan, I get to pay the first ~$4K of costs myself. So, I get to pay ~$15k/year for the privilege of paying all my own healthcare bills.
    I live in Colorado, which has it’s own Obamacare web site, so we aren’t experiencing the national issues. I went on the site (which did have problems the first week) and looked up what I could get insurance for. 80%+ of the plans are cheaper than my COBRA, and that is before seeing if I qualify for any Gubberment subsidies. So far, I’m not hating Obamacare as much as you guys. >8-)
    I suppose I’ll have to go find me a job that offers insurance at some point.

    • fmlinardo says:

      We probably need to distinguish a bit between me and Tony. I hate the law because it’s not socialized medicine. A single payer system like medi-care would have been more to my liking. I want a more socialized system like Canada or Great Britain have.

      I can’t speak for Tony but I would guess his dislike stems from the encroachment of the government into health care coupled with a mandate forcing free people to buy something under penalty of fine and imprisonment.

      So in short, Tony = Law goes too far. Fran = Law does not go far enough.

      But again Tony can weigh in for himself because I’m generalizing about his opinion.

      • Mark Baldini says:

        Well, Pope Fran, I’m with you on this one. And the thing is, my now-deceased-father-who-died-from-cancer-because-he-didn’t-have-health-insurance, who was a died-in-the-wool Republican (and HUGE Reaganite), long before he was diagnosed, came to the conclusion that this country needed socialized medicine. My one apprehension about socialized medicine is our Gubberment’s inability to successfully manage anything. For cryin’ out loud, we are ALREADY paying for uninsured people.

  3. whatshupp says:

    I believe there’s a lot of space between what we currently have and socialized medicine. I think our system needs reformed, insurance companies gouge us all, etc. Affordable, accessible healthcare would be a good thing. Ultimately I don’t believe socialized medicine is any kind of a good thing, particularly in our country. Sometimes bad things happen to good people, that sucks, it’s happened to all of us, and no system will change that. However, we continue to slide down the scale of creating an entitlement state with less and less people actually carrying the load. Its certainly not the philosophy our country was founded on.

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