In His Own Words

Folks,

We don’t intend to turn this blog into a political forum, but occasionally we feel the need to speak up about government insanity.

Forget the inane Nobel Peace Prize business.  That “prize” was reduced in value to the contents of a full spittoon when the creator of modern terrorism, Yassir Arafat, was awarded it in 1994.

Meanwhile, there is the invented crisis of global warming/climate change, and more recently the supposed crisis of health care reform.

The former has everything to do with confiscatory taxes based upon the absurd irrational premise that natural fluctuations in the average temperature of the earth are caused by humanity. We can discuss that hot/cold topic another time.

The latter has nothing to do with health care, and everything to do with government control of the health care insurance industry. Lookee here:

President Obama admits to the inefficiency of  existing taxpayer-funded government-run healthcare programs: “Medicare and Medical are about to go into the red in a few years.”


President Obama acknowleges the inefficiency of the taxpayer-subsidized government-run postal service.

“Hold on one second, I can’t hear myself, ah but I’m glad you’re fired up though.”

Is there any wonder why so many taxpayers are disturbed by the prospect of national healthcare insurance?

Author: Bunk Strutts

Boogah Boogah.

3 thoughts on “In His Own Words”

  1. Nobody cared when he said he was a communist, wanted single-payer, and would bankrupt the coal industry during the campaign. Why would they care when he says that now?

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