Wednesday, March 23, 2011

It is so good to know that President Obama (and family) came home a couple of hours early -- the Mayan ruins will wait for his next jaunt, when he reads the news, he will wish he stayed to see the ruins.

The Heritage Foundation lets him know that the more we learn about Obamacare ("celebrating its first anniversary), the less we like it. Sen. Ron Johnson has very personal reasons for not being a fan of Obamacare. Pete DuPont writes how it has been a very bad year. Grace-Marie Turner gives us more insight on Obamacare. This, however, will really upset Obama, when he reads how a once staunch supporter of Obamacare, is realizing how much it will cost his business.

President Obama, let me get this straight, you have a "legal obligation" under a treaty that was NEVER ratified. (Thank you, President Reagan!!) Maybe you should study the US Constitution, oh wait a minute, didn't you teach constitutional law? Thanks to Sen. Kyl for shedding some light on this and hopefully the rest of the Senate will realize its obligations.

Seriously? A perfect example of "Nanny-State gone wild", I really want to see a parent get a 12 year old in a booster seat!

Speaker Silver finally admits the truth.

The first seeds of mandate relief?

Michael Goodwin takes Sen. DeFrancisco and Sheldon Silver to task on their "med-mal" position.

Governor Cuomo may get his on-time budget, but if he gets his way on closing Indian Point, where will New Yorkers get their 2000 megawatts of electricity from? Not a good idea, Governor Cuomo.

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