Patterico's Pontifications


Obama – I Have Always Been Respectful Of Teabaggers

Filed under: General — JD @ 10:09 am

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this has to be the first time in history that a sitting President penned a letter using a sexual slur towards someone that disagrees with his not at all ideological politics.

He is a small person. And a liar.


UPDATE BY PATTERICO: Obama has left himself the defense that he was simply quoting the other letter writer. Of course, he didn’t put quotes around the slur, and one wonders whether that was deliberate. It reminds me of his numerous “innocent” scratches of his face with his middle finger extended. He has deniability, but it still gives the radicals a chuckle.

Obama Can Tell Who Is An Immigrant By Looking At Them

Filed under: General — JD @ 10:06 am

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Imagine if a conservative said something so profoundly stupid.

Profoundly ignorant.

OBAMA: As I was getting a tour of DreamWorks, I didn’t ask, but just looking at faces, I could tell there were some folks who are here not because they were born here, but because they want to be here and they bring extraordinary talents to the United States.

—JD Update

Filed under: General — JD @ 9:56 am

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Today or tomorrow is supposed to be the day that the ObamaCare website’s “glitches” are fixed. Depending on whom you ask, it will be fixed, it will work for the vast majority of users, the vast majority if users will have a better experience, or 80% will be successful. Regardless, it seems that there are still errors on the back end which would account for big problems down the road. It seems that they are going to use page load times as one of their metrics to prove success. The capacity issues are resolved, so long as everyone doesn’t rush to get on the website, hence their suggestions to try to log in at night and on weekends. Can you imagine Travelocity pimping off-hour capacity for website traffic? Even if they do “fix” the website, they were forced to push the small business exchange out until after the 2014 elections, coincidence, I am sure. They illegally waived the large employer mandate until after the 2014 elections. People will still encounter sticker shock at higher premiums and deductibles. Small business and large business plans will continue to be forced to cancel, on top of the individual plan wave of cancellations.

But the tech surge will certainly be deemed a success. Because they lie.

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My website that he knew nothing about.

My lies are built on kindness

I can waive any portion of my law whenever I wish

it is fixed, but please please please keep people from using it right away

UPDATE – I forgot to note above, that there is still no payment system in place. So, by any rational metric, the system is a failure for 100% of users.



Filed under: General — JD @ 9:22 am

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The Ohio State University vs Michigan
Auburn vs Alabama
Oregon vs Oregon State in a classic
Georgia vs Georgia Tech
Many others ….


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