The Night before an Obamacare Christmas

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,
In hopes that Obamacare soon would be there.

The children were nestled all snug in their beds,
While visions of check-ups danced in their heads.
And mamma in her ‘kerchief, and I in my cap,
Had just settled our brains for a long winter’s nap.

When on my laptop there arose such a clatter,
I sprang from the bed to see what was the matter.
Away to the desk I flew like a fiend,
Hit the on button, and threw up the screen.

The view on my screen looked like new-fallen snow
Which gave the lustre of disfunction to the browser, you know,
When, to what to my wondering eyes should appear,
It was healthcare.gov, but it didn’t look very clear.

My little old laptop used to be so lively and quick,
I knew in a moment the website would stick.
Slower than snails the site it did load,
“This will be better soon” the administration had sold
Now escape key, control tab, escape key again,
Control alt delete, I just wonder when,
This site won’t work, it won’t work at all!
I just rebooted, it continues to stall!

 As turtles that before a cold-front sit
This is taking so long, I just wanted to quit
I called the number that was listed there,
They’d all went home, without even a care.

 And then, it started twinkling, and I heard a small sound
The screeching and spinning of my hard drive going round
As I shook my head, and was thinking it’s done,
I watched the press conference, it wasn’t much fun.

 She was dressed in a suit, from her head to her toe,
And her clothes were well pressed, she was going to a party, you know.
A bundle of people stood behind her back,
She looked like a bureaucrat, leading her pack.
Her eyes-how they twinkled! Her look was so scary!
Her cheeks were so pale, her nose like little berry,
Her droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow,
As she prepared her white lies, as white as the snow.

She smiled so tightly, baring her teeth,
Her hair was so white, it circled her head like a wreath.
She had a thin face and a story so wrong,
I laughed when she said it, good, hard and long

 Then the head man said “I’m sorry” with glee,
We’ll get this fixed real quick, you see,
With a wink of his eye and a twist of his head,
He said “This is the Republicans fault” you’ve nothing to dread.

 He spoke no more words, but went on to other work,
And I sat at my laptop, and felt like a jerk,
He issued a statement, through the press it arose,
We’ll hold someone accountable, or we won’t, who knows?
He sprang to the White House, to Jay gave a whistle,
“Take no more questions, pluck them out like a thistle,”
But I heard him exclaim, as he left in a whiz,
“Happy Obamacare to all, if you can get it, that is!”

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Santa-Bama

Podcast Episode 27: Habemus a Budgeteum!

Release the white smoke! Habemus Budgeteum! We have a budget! Plus we have a podcast; episode 27 to be exact. You want to hear what we have to say, then follow instructions.

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Kiss the Ring!

Kiss the Ring!

Homo ex annum

Yeah the literal translation doesn’t work so well. No matter. My namesake, Pope Francis 1st, is Time’s Man of the Year for 2013. From the ridiculous rouges gallery of finalists including Syria’s Assad and Edward Snowden, who did you think it would be. This guy sneaks out in the middle of the night, shakes his security detail, all to feed the poor in the streets. Are you kidding me!

 

 

 

 

Lookin good Helen!

Clearly these three are a threat to freedom.

Praesidis sui photos

Latin makes anything look good, well except man of the year. But it does wonders for phrases like Presidential Selfies. Fox news goes batcrap crazy over a selfie pic by Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt, British PM Cameron and our President, taken during Mandella’s memorial. No matter that Madiba’s legacy was trying to bring people and cultures together. Fox spends day and a half of coverage bemoaning the President’s actions. Dopes.

 

 

This handshake deemed Ryan unclean.

This handshake deemed Ryan unclean.

Habemus a budgeteum!

We have a budget! Paul Ryan and Patty Murray finally get a budget hammered out. 1st one in the history of this administration. Problem – Ryan is an R, Murray is a D. The conservative criticism led by Hannity and Limbaugh was fast a furious. The bill passed the house in overwhelming numbers. Ryan missed it all though. He had to hustle back to Wisconsin to prepare for the primary challenge he’ll face from the Tea Party wing of the his own party.

 

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Episode 27: Habemus a budgeteum!

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Kicking the can down the road (The lie of the year)

snake oil

Get your snake oil here and now, we might be gone tomorrow…

Politifact has named “If you like your plan you can keep your plan” as the lie of the year. The article is linked below. Read it as it deals the repeated deception of this administration as it applies to the Affordable Healthcare Act. They cite such things as

“PolitiFact counted 37 times when he’d included no caveats, such as a high-profile speech to the American Medical Association in 2009: “If you like your health care plan, you’ll be able to keep your health care plan, period. No one will take it away, no matter what.”

And still, yet another Obamacare deadline has been pushed back. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) pushed the deadline back for individuals who want to be covered on January 1st from Dec. 23 to Dec. 31. In addition, HHS is asking insurers to accept payments through the extended date and still offer coverage on Jan 1.

Enrollment is far below the numbers anticipated since the marketplaces has been unable to be accessed on their website Oct 1st.

The administration announced 364,682 million had selected an insurance plan on the marketplace since October 1st. Of all enrolled, 227,478 had enrolled by the 16 state-based marketplaces and 137,204 on the federal exchange on Healthcare.gov, which serves 36 states. They had originally projected 3.3 million would have enrolled by the end of December

Included in these numbers is the fact that they have no idea how many people have actually paid yet, nor, according to Sebelius testimony, will they. Which means they have no idea how many people are actually going to be covered. Sebelius was adamant in her Senate hearing that they were unable to project how many people would be actually covered since only those that paid would be considered covered. A day later, they apparently have changed their mind and are going to ask insurance companies to extend coverage to those who’ve not yet paid. I guess. Or maybe not. How can anyone tell what they are doing with their “law” at this point?

Snake oil, get yer snake oil here!!

They just keep kicking the can down the road. Wonder when it will stop.

It just appears to me these people do not have any idea what they doing.

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2013/dec/12/lie-year-if-you-like-your-health-care-plan-keep-it

Working hard or hardly working? A Senate hearing

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All about piles of our money

I’ve been sick. I noticed the Senate hearings hearing on CSPAN over the ACA with Kathleen Sebelius. I believe we’ve talked about Senate hearings before, during the Benghazi hearings. Republicans attack, Democrats through softballs. You can tell they’re a Republican or Democrat by their opening. I’ll provide a summary of the hearings, with the admission I didn’t make to the end. Ok, couldn’t make it to the end. I’m making these comments under the idea that the ACA is really about healthcare and not about income redistribution. Anyway, here’s a few of my own highlights.

Henry Waxman, D-California, starts his speech by highlighting the politics surrounding this and says “All of this is exacerbated by wild propagandist political statements that have been made even today.” Then goes on to quote the Congressional budget office, which he mentions as non-partisan, and quotes their “estimates” for future enrollment and coverage and points to these as how successful the ACA will be. Honestly, Henry? That’s why you’re there today, because every estimate that’s already been made has not been close to being achieved, has been a failure. So, you cannot point to future estimates as signposts of success. How do these people get away with this?

Then, Henry, you made what to me is the coup de gras of bad arguments, argument by anecdote. You quoted “Stephanie of Pennsylvania.”  This terrible tactic should be reserved only for the Presidential State of the Union addresses.

Marsha Blackburn, R-Tennessee asks about how much money is obligated.

Sebelius replied that; “To date, through the end of October 2014 we’ve obligated 677 million dollars for total IT costs, and so far have outlaid 319 of the 677.” So, you’ve spent half already, and we’re not any farther than this?

Rep John Dingell, D-Michigan, says that Republicans are employing scare tactics instead of encouraging people to sign up and that “doubt exists where none exists nor should.” Did someone just roll you out of your coffin? Did you really say that no doubt should exist about something that so far has been a unmitigated cluster? Dingell didn’t even give us the courtesy of quoting “Stephanie from Pennsylvania.” He read letters from “a constituent.”

Rep. Joe Barton R-Texas, points out that the system isn’t done, how are people going to pay to make sure they have coverage in January?

Sebelius assures him this will not happen. They’ve planned for this. Sure Kathy, you’ve been on point with everything else.

Barton points out the administration is not following their own law on providing subsidies to people who must go through their state exchanges as the law requires. Sebelius defers to the Justice dept. Barton asks her what’s her stance? She defers to the Justice dept. So, is it the law or not?

Democrats like to generally point out that enrollees are increasing, and this is a good thing. They don’t like to point out it’s not hard to go up from zero.

Michael Burgess, Rep-Texas, calls out Sebelius on several points. The biggest one that he closes with is that he himself, has signed up, and was unable to make his payment. So, how are they going to make sure people are going to be covered when they can’t pay? In addition, he asks her if she has any idea how hard it is to make the payment in the first place, (money-wise for people who don’t have a lot) and additionally when it’s a technical dead-end. She has no answer. Time expires.

Next comes Representative Ed Whitfield R-Kentucky. Ed, you are so on point. He starts out by mentioning the fact that when the most comprehensive change for healthcare ever in America went to the floor, no one could offer an amendment. Then, he follows with this:  “This all could be leading to a two-healthcare system. One for the wealthiest Americans, and everyone else under the ACA. That is exactly what has happened in other countries that have went down this path.” Yea, chilling point indeed.

I also like Whitfield because he kept referring to a simple fact that this administration is unaware of. When you talk about things being “paid for” you are referring to taxpayer’s money. The “subsidy” is taxpayer’s money. We’re all playing in the biggest Ponzi scheme ever. (He didn’t say this, I did).

Congressman John Shimkus and Sebelius had the most heated exchange over “mandated coverages.” At one point he says “It’s like talking to the Republic of Korea or something.” Yea, he actually said that. Got pretty heated then.  He goes on to point out that Sebelius promised a list regarding policies that had abortion services. He asks for this list. Sebelius says it listed on the plans. Basically, she doesn’t have it and is not providing it even though she apparently promised it.

It’s a circus spectacle.

Congressman Timothy Murphy, R, Pennsylvania, points out that a lot of numbers are being thrown around pertaining to how many have signed up, how many have paid more, how many have paid less, etc., and that it would big good to have the actual facts. Sebelius does not have any facts pertaining to any of those subjects. She goes on to say that basically they won’t be able to tell them anything. That’s my paraphrase, anyway. But if you think she’s going to produce any hard numbers or facts about anything, inbox me, I’ve got some real estate for sale.

Ok, enough, we’re not accomplishing anything here, back to some On Demand.

Two final points….

The Democrats like to wave the “people are only losing their plans because they’re bad plans” BS. Which is the typical “We know what’s better for you than you know what’s better for you” elitist drivel of the left wing. I’m sure we’re going to hear this in various forms for quite a while now.

People have until the 23rd to sign up. Then they have until the end of the month to pay. So that would be December 31? Have any of these idiots thought about the fact that people that are having to pay for these plans will have to pay 6 days after Christmas? Does this not occur to any of these people? Personally, I don’t think they care one way or another. If you really gave a damn about the working man, you could’ve at least moved those dates.

Podcast Episode 26: Pimps, Simps, & Chimps

Really big show for you tonight. Some breaking news about our favorite host on our favorite network, plus all the other dumb stuff that politicians do. And we’re right there to mock them for it.

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Episode 26: Pimps, Simps, & Chimps

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On to the tease…

Conservative Jews need not apply.

Conservative Jews need not apply.

Members only pimp swag

The NRCC is straight pimpin a t-shirt that tries to insults liberals. Oh yeah, it insults Jews, Muslims, and any other non-christain group that celebrates this holiday season in some fashion. Are they really saying the Republican party is just for old, christian, white guys? In a word – Yes.

 

 

 

 

Wow, that escalated quickly. Brick killed a guy.

Wow, that escalated quickly. Brick killed a guy.

Duke Nuke Em

Simpletons drawn to the stupid like a moth to a flame. As Administration works to avoid conflict with Iran,  Congressman Duncan Hunter, R CA,  says we should deploy tactical nuke fleet and destroy Iran. Merry f*&^%ng Christmas and good will toward men, except toward muslims, persians, and others who are different from us.

 

 

Would you vote for this guy's off spring? Tommy 2016!

Would you vote for this guy’s off spring? Tommy 2016!

First in space, first in our hearts

NY group goes to court to get “Tommy” the Chimpanzee recognized as a legal person. Shouldn’t the descendant of Lt Ham, first life form ever in space, be given special consideration? Should they succeed would that make Tommy eligible for congress? I know a seat that may come open in California. Looking at you Duncan.

 

 

 

 

All this and a bunch more on tonight’s episode of UNfiltered & UNfettered – The world explained, by us.

Episode 26: Pimps, Simps, & Chimps

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Podcast Episode 25: Iran, Iran so far away…

Coming down the homestretch of 2013 and it looks like the year will end with a bang. Let’s hope it’s not the big bang. Tonight we talk Iran nukes, Lindsey Vonn’s comeback, and T-nak the Magnificent makes a triumphant return!

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Episode 25: Iran, Iran so far away

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On to the tease…

Don't poke the bear.

Don’t poke the bear.

So Far Away

Sec of State Kerry brokers a deal with Iran that could be a crucial first step in disarming their nuke program, averting a possible military confrontation. Right Wing pundits go ballistic, say we’re all screwed even though a coalition of world leaders agreed with treaty proposal. Would conservatives really rather go to war with Iran just to spite Obama? We report, you decide!

 

Tiger who?

Tiger who?

Who’s That Girl

US Skier extraordinare Lindsey Vonn, a week off a devastating knee injury suffered on a practice run, says she is skiing the world cup event in three weeks. Is Tiger Woods rubbing off on her. No.. wait… that’s not what…

 

 

 

Martin Bashir - Carnival Barker

Martin Bashir – Carnival Barker

Over My Head

MSNBC host Martin Bashir denounces conservatives for misogyny and the war on women almost daily on his hour long show. Then he says, again on his hour long show broadcast on a major news network, someone should defecate in Sarah Palin’s mouth. What’s more offensive, his hypocrisy, the comment, or his non-apology apology offered a few days later? We report you decide!

 

T-nak, Know Your Obama, and more on a jammed packed show. Click the link and enjoy.

Episode 25: Iran, Iran so far away

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Podcast Episode 24: We can’t make this stuff up.

From the Obamacare files, to a crack addict mayor, to alcoholics being paid in beer, it’s been a wacky week. But trust us we can’t make this stuff up.

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Episode 24: We can’t make this stuff up.

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Does it really need a caption

Does it really need a caption

Coup de Crazy

Toronto’s crack doing, drink takin mayor is at it again. Claiming a coup d’etat is at hand when city council tries to limit his authority. The scene breaks down into a shouting match and Mayor McCocaine bowls over a councilwoman while he’s trying to help his brother in the middle of the scrum. We can’t make this stuff up.

 

They use to call me Crazy Joe, now they call me... ah...ah... Hey who  wants ice cream? Hello Cleveland!!

They use to call me Crazy Joe, now they call me… ah…ah… Hey who wants ice cream? Hello Cleveland!!

Happy Birthday Crazy Joe

Friend of the show and our favorite Vice President, Joe Biden turns 71 this week. What did Obama give him you ask; plummeting poll numbers and absolutely no chance at winning the Democratic Nomination much less the Presidency. Thanks a lot Obama.

 

 

 

Really, tell us something we don't know.

Really, tell us something we don’t know.

Failure is not an option….it’s an inevitability 

Head tech guy brought in to fix Obamacare web site says the site is still 40% from completion by his estimate. Just let that sink in folks. We can’t make this stuff up.

 

 

 

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Episode 24: We can’t make this stuff up.

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Lipstick on the Pig

pig

How’s about a kiss, sweetie?

You can put lipstick on a pig, but it’s still a pig. You can even give it a bath and put a bow around it, but when you hold it down its still gonna squeal.

I’m going to start calling it “Nobamacare” for all those people who’ve lost their coverage. This post isn’t really about that. It’s more about what they’re saying about it.

So, regarding good old Nobamacare, Nancy Pelosi comes out the other day and says “A belt and suspenders, the President’s going to put on one, we’re going to put on the other, and everything will be under control.”

No, Nancy, it will not be under control. It won’t even be sort-of not messed up. It’s a long way from being anything but the proverbial train wreck. I would ask how she could say such a thing, but…we all know better.

So, Obama comes out with a stumbling, ambling press conference, that amounted to “this is broken and we’re trying to fix it but it doesn’t look good.” The President actually said “The Federal Government’s doesn’t procure technology well.” Unbelievable.  After all this time, it was hard for me to believe he said that. As if it’s part of the reason. I could see some low-level bureaucrat offering this gem up, but not the President of the United States.  After all this time, you would think someone would tell our supposedly well-spoken president, “ Well of all the things you could say, don’t say….that.” It’s just insulting. Did you not think of this three years ago? Here are some direct quotes from the President’s press conference.

The truth is that this is, number 1, very complicated. The website is doing a lot of stuff.

There’s a bunch of pieces to it that made  it challenging.

Really, he said this.

Combine that with the fact that the Federal Government does a lot of things well, one of the things it does not do well is information technology procurement. This is kind of a systematic problem across the board. It is not surprising, then, that there were going to be some problems.

Well, see, sir, your office is referred to as the “Chief Executive.” So, this is kind of your baby.

We have to ask ourselves some hard questions inside the White House as opposed to why we didn’t see more of these problems coming, earlier on,  a: so we could set expectations, b: so that we could look for different ways for people to end up applying.

Might have wanted to ask yourselves some hard questions a long time ago.

In terms of what happens on November 30 or December 1, it’s fair to say that the improvement will be marked and noticeable. The website will work much better on November 30 certainly than it worked on October 1st , that’s pretty low bar, it will be working a lot better than it was last week, it will be working better than it is this week. Which means that the majority of people that go to the website will see a website that is working the way it’s supposed to.

Huh…?

I think it is not possible for me to guarantee, that 100% of the people 100% of the time going on this website will have a perfectly seem less smooth experience.

I’m reminded of Paul Rudd’s character in Anchorman, when he puts on the cologne ‘Sex Panther’ and says “Sixty percent of the time, it works all the time.”

Wow, yes, these are things our articulate, super-smart, President said about an aspect of something he’s staked his presidency on.

It feels like I’m watching a movie, where the leaders are insane but people don’t really believe it. Its similar to some theories of cognitive dissonance. Which means we see something that our mind doesn’t quite comprehend, that’s in conflict with our beliefs, and we try to resolve the equation, relieve the mental discomfort, try to regain our sense of normalcy. Like “They can’t really be that insane, can they? No, they just couldn’t be.”

Back to Nancy. I think she must be bordering on getting on the “Biden Rules” list. You know, not allowed to speak to the press,  please don’t comment on anything important, stay in the office and enjoy another gin and tonic. That kind of thing.

Because Nancy thinks we can fix the “Bill that we must pass so that we can know what’s in it” with a belt and suspenders.

Not going to be that easy Nancy. You can put lipstick on a….on yeah, I already said that.

All right, try this… if you like your pig, you can keep your pig.

Podcast Episode 23: Handy Manny Builds a Death Star

Another big show tonight!

It was a busy week and we’ll try to cover all the news that’s fit to print.

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Episode 23: Handy Manny Builds a Death Star

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"Luke, I am your HMO"

“Luke, I am your HMO”

That’s no moon! Turn the ship around!

In our new segment, Are You Kidding Me! we bring you some of the craziest facts surrounding the new healthcare law. Here’s a taste: More people signed a White House petition to build a Death Star than have signed up for Obamacare. Say it with me ARE YOU KIDDING ME!

 

 

 

Get used to this position madam Secretary

Get used to this position madam Secretary

Sebelius Unplugged!

No, MTV is not reviving it’s hit segment. The HHS secretary Kathleen Sebelius, worthy of her own ARE YOU KIDDING ME! is so detached from the disaster that is healthcare.gov she thinks stories about people not being able to log on are just “one time anomalies.”

 

Is that Handy Manny or Bob the Builder? We report, you decide!

Is that Handy Manny or Bob the Builder? We report, you decide!

Handy Manny to the Rescue!

Nancy Pelosi says don’t worry about it. The President is putting a belt and suspenders on the whole deal. It’ll be right as rain in no time. Nothing to see here. Move along, move along.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plus listener suggested topics. K. Thomas first up with a suggestion about reality vs perception on wealth distribution. Here’s the video we discussed: Wealth Inequality in America      Send us ideas, they may make it to live air!

All this and more on episode 22 of UF/UF. Don’t miss it!

Podcast Episode 23: Handy Manny builds a Death Star

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Podcast Episode 22: Cruz, Christie & Crisis

Big show for you tonight.  A few new bits and some election results.

It was a busy week and we’ll try to cover all the news that’s fit to print.

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Episode 22: Cruz, Christie & Crisis

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44bo_header_smKnow Your Obama!

It’s the game show sure to be sweeping the country in weeks if not days. Listen to the quotes from any Obama press conference and try to guess what crisis he’s referring to. Fun for all ages. Tune in to see if Hupp can stump the rainman-like Linardo.

 

 

Ted on the down low

Ted on the down low

Cruz crushes Cuccenelli’s chances.

Ted is only R to campaign for Cuccenelli in the Virginia Gov race. Didn’t go so well as Va elects first governor from same party as sitting President in the states history.

 

 

 

 

 

"Yeah a #5 oh and a #6, supersized.  Gimmie a diet coke, gotta cut back a bit."

“Yeah a #5 oh and a #6, supersized. Gimmie a diet coke, gotta cut back a bit.”

Christie cruises, challenger crumbles.

Big Chris gets 60% of the vote over Dem challenger Barbra Buono.  He gives victory/running for president speech. Barb gives concession speech in which she blasts Dem party leadership for treason after leaving her high and dry to take on Christie alone.

 

 

All this and more on episode 22 of UF/UF. Don’t miss it!

Podcast Episode 22 Cruz, Christie & Crisis

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