Bits of Tid: July 29, 2009

  • I've noticed that most of those in Congress who are against a government-run plan for all Americans are themselves beneficiaries of a government-run plan.
  • So you have health insurance, and you like it. What good will healthcare reform do for you? Plenty, if the White House gets its way.
  • An Ontario woman who has made news south of the border by lying about Canada's healthcare system is being sued by the Province.
  • Not saying Chuck Todd is my favorite, but here he is discussing Glenn Beck's accusations of Obama being racist:
    What's most amazing about this episode is that what Beck said isn't a fireable or even a SUSPENDABLE offense by his bosses. There was a time when outrageous rants like this would actually cost the ranters their jobs. But not anymore; if anything, it's now encouraged.
  • They can't discuss issues anymore, so they hang effigies.
  • On food stamps? Know someone who is? More and more farmers markets are taking food stamps.
  • The Republican Party is controlled by far-right southerners, complained Sen. George Voinovich (R-OH). Well, David Vitter validated Voinovich, calling the Ohioan "wishy-washy."
  • Speaking of Vitter, let's buy some sex.

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