According to a press release today from Obama Minion Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. slightly more than one third of the entire population of the United States of America will be denied insurance coverage, doctors and hospitals if n0bama healthscare is repealed.
Now, for the other side of the coin, here are some that, while are hard to believe, are true.
1. More homeowners have been denied than approved benefits for the Obama Homeowner’s Program to help struggling homeowners avoid losing their property. Said the GAO, [it]“had a slow start and has not performed as anticipated.”
3. China doesn’t want our money anymore? China’s President Hu Jintao said Sunday the international currency system was “a product of the past.” Hu’s comments, which came ahead of a state visit to Washington on Wednesday, reflected the continuing tensions over the dollar’s role as the major reserve currency. What, then, do they want? 3 guesses, first 2 don’t count.
4. Just in time for January and February heating bills, the Environmental Protection Agency took the unprecedented step of revoking a mining permit that it had issued four years ago to Arch Coal’s Spruce No. 1 Mine in Logan County, West Virginia. According to some critics, by changing the topography of the ridges of the coalfields, the practice is robbing mountaineers of their heritage. Environmentalists also claim that the rock and rubble from the mines kills fish, wildlife and pollutes water.
From the “our tree don’t fork” department, NYT: Tucson bias was in our very genes.
“Journalists developed automatic framing protocols generations ago because of the need to report quickly,” he said. “Today’s hyper-deadlines, requiring journalists to report all day long and all night long, made that genetic disposition even more dominant.”
I did not know all journalists came from the hills of Tennessee or Kentucky.