Texas Enroll America Communications Lead Chris Tarango conspires to release private data to help a political action committee and admits this type of thing has happened in the past.
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Enroll America is a a Sebelius-linked group dedicated to signing people up for Obamacare, conspiring to release private data to help a political action committee.
Sebelius’ relationship with Enroll America is under investigation by a government …
Why does Kathleen Sebelius still have her job ?
Michael F. Cannon, the Cato Institute’s director of health policy studies, has recently been warning Americans about the ramifications of the U.S. Senate unleashing the “nuclear option” and what it means for the nation’s healthcare industry.
Much of it is related to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and Obamacare’s Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) which some, including Glenn Beck, have likened to “death panels.”
Bob de la Tigra
Barack Obama, mainly through his sock puppet Jay Carney, claims he knew nothing about Operation Fast & Furious; the tapping of the AP phones; Ambassador Steven’s request for additional security in Benghazi; the NSA spying on our allies; the suspension of military death benefits; the targeting of conservatives by the IRS; or the problems with the ObamaCare rollout.
But Democrats continue to insist he is the smartest guy in the world. Hell, he isn’t even the brightest individual in the room …
WASHINGTON, DC – In a speech on the House floor today, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) took on Senate Democrats for blocking dozens of jobs bills the House has passed this year as part of Republicans’ Plan for Economic Growth & Jobs:
“The American people work hard, and they have a right to expect their elected representatives to do the same. House Republicans are listening. To date, the House has passed nearly 150 bills this Congress that the United States Senate …
By Foster Friess
But when the debt ceiling debate returns in February we will hear otherwise from the Chicago-bred, Washington DC Democratic elite.
The U.S. government takes in an average of $225 billion a month. Monthly interest costs average approximately $18 billion. That means we can prevent default and still have $207 billion left over. There is not even a remote chance of being unable to pay the interest.
Nevertheless, we’ll soon hear warnings that America’s credit rating will suffer if Congress doesn’t …
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