‘Reality can get 2% of the vote, and it will still trump everything else.’

November 12, 2012

“Every time Obama does something, the economy cries!”

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(Title of this entry from Mark Steyn; see also here.)

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9 Responses to “‘Reality can get 2% of the vote, and it will still trump everything else.’”

  1. rapsheetblog Says:

    Helpful list, thank you.

  2. Snoodickle Says:

    So let me get this straight: rising health insurance costs are the number one concern for employers, and Obamacare is designed to curb those costs. If we want to speculate about what will really happen in 2014 and the years that follow, fine, but if Obamacare does significantly slow the rising cost of premiums, covers more people, and slows rising health care costs, won’t it be good for the economy?


    • Yes, Obamacare was promised to be so wonderful, why won’t reality fall in line? It’s so unfair!

      • Snoodickle Says:

        That’s my point, you don’t know. It may work, it may not. Just like Romney’s economic plan may have worked, it may not have. If you did know, you’d be making 600 million a year on Wall Street right now.


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  6. […] Democrats pushed Obamacare through, and it made employers afraid to hire,* reduced many of those who had jobs to part-time hours,** and significantly increased health-care […]


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