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Beautiful Erotica – Image Gallery

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June 8, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , | 1 Comment

Mitt Romney: Hurricane Sandy ‘Didn’t Come At The Right Time’


Via: Huffington Post

Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said Hurricane Sandy — a major storm that pummeled the East Coast in October 2012, just before Election Day — “didn’t come at the right time.”

“I can tell you the hurricane didn’t come at the right time,” Romney told Fox News’ Neil Cavuto on Friday.

Sandy caused 159 deaths and between $50 and $100 billion in damage.

After the storm hit, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) and President Barack Obama formed an infamous bipartisan bond, with the two working on recovery efforts and touring the storm’s wreckage together in the days just before the election.



June 8, 2013 Posted by | 2012, President Obama, Romney | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

‘The Spite Club’ – Paul Krugman


Via: NYT

House Republicans have voted 37 times to repeal ObamaRomneyCare — the Affordable Care Act, which creates a national health insurance system similar to the one Massachusetts has had since 2006. Nonetheless, almost all of the act will go fully into effect at the beginning of next year.



There is, however, one form of obstruction still available to the G.O.P. Last year’s Supreme Court decision upholding the law’s constitutionality also gave states the right to opt out of one piece of the plan, a federally financed expansion of Medicaid. Sure enough, a number of Republican-dominated states seem set to reject Medicaid expansion, at least at first.

And why would they do this? They won’t save money. On the contrary, they will hurt their own budgets and damage their own economies. Nor will Medicaid rejectionism serve any clear political purpose. As I’ll explain later, it will probably hurt Republicans for years to come.

And as I said, it doesn’t even make sense as cynical politics. If Obamacare works (which it will), millions of middle-income voters — the kind of people who might support either party in future elections — will see major benefits, even in rejectionist states. So rejectionism won’t discredit health reform. What it might do, however, is drive home to lower-income voters — many of them nonwhite — just how little the G.O.P. cares about their well-being, and reinforce the already strong Democratic advantage among Latinos, in particular.

Rationally, in other words, Republicans should accept defeat on health care, at least for now, and move on. Instead, however, their spitefulness appears to override all other considerations.

And millions of Americans will pay the price.


Read the whole column, HERE:



personal thought:

Rick Perry (see gif above), governor of Texas, wants to be president.

In order to do that, he must first win his party’s nomination;  supporting ObamaCARE is a non-starter. PERIOD


June 8, 2013 Posted by | Perry, President Obama | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment