Tuesday, January 5th, 2010

 

NPR, Learn to speak tea bag, Insults Tea Party Movement, Insults concerned Americans, National Public Radio, Americans portrayed as paranoid, redneck, Nazis

I used to regularly listen to NPR and Rush Limbaugh. Now about all I can tolerate from NPR is listening to “Car Talk.” They used to have more unbiased quality shows. NPR, National Public Radio is publicly funded. From GOP USA, January 5, 2009. “NPR Shows Everyone How to Speak ‘Tea Bag’… with OUR Money” “It is surely true that everyone should have a sense of humor, and, of course, what’s funny to one person is not necessarily funny to someone else. Politicians are mocked, caricatured, and ridiculed all theRead More


Glenn Beck, Americans insulted, Birthers, Glenn Beck Radio Show staff, Beck researchers, Obama, Obama eligibility, Birth certificate, Natural born citizen, Who is your staff workng for?, Glenn Beck you owe the American people an apology

For some time, I have wondered about the staff of assistants and researchers for people such as Glenn Beck. For some reason early on, Glenn Beck avoided Obama’s eligibility. There were various theories floating around about Fox putting pressure on it’s show hosts to not touch the issue. Of course the Orwellian efforts of the Obama camp to form public opinion about where Obama was born, evidence supplied and rewriting the Constitution on Natural born citizen, could have swayed Beck for a while. I wondered many times about the motivationRead More


Mayo Clinic, Medicare, No longer accept new Medicare patients, Obama praised Mayo Clinic, Mayo lost $840 million last year on Medicare, Medicare Trust Fund going bankrupt

From BNET, January 4, 2010. “Mayo Clinic Bridles at Medicare Payments” “The Mayo Clinic, which has been praised by President Obama as an exemplar for the healthcare industry, will no longer accept new Medicare patients at a primary-care clinic in Glendale, AZ, a Phoenix suburb. While this office serves only a small portion of Mayo’s 526,000 patients in Minnesota, Arizona, and Florida, the organization says that the Glendale clinic is part of a 2-year pilot that will determine whether Mayo continues taking care of Medicare patients at other facilities. Meanwhile,Read More