Monday, March 31, 2014

Fat Bastardo's Wisdom and Quotes


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I, Fat Bastardo get a lot of questions on many subjects. This is because it is generally understood that most fat men are wise. Not only am I, Fat Bastardo the voice of fat acceptance I am also a soothsayer.

Be nice to fat people... we have enough on our plates. - Fat Bastardo -

Relationships are like fat people, most of them don't work out.  - Fat Bastardo -

Life is like a box of chocolates. It doesn't last long for fat people.  - Fat Bastardo -

Hey Fat Bastardo, why do fatties like Twitter? Because the hash tag look's like a waffle. - Fat Bastardo -

I hate people who are mean to fat people. They have feelings to you know. Like hunger and insecurity.  - Fat Bastardo -

88 is like 69. But with fat people.  - Fat Bastardo -

I was told the other day that "It takes 43 muscles to frown but just 17 to smile. No surprise then that fat men are jolly.   - Fat Bastardo -

Hey Fat Bastardo, what is the only thing keeping fat people from jenny craig? The door   - Fat Bastardo -


Sunday, March 30, 2014

Open Letter to Senator John Barrasso

While I was debunking lies about Obama cooking the book regarding Obamacare I ran across this open letter to scumbag Republican Senator and closet rump ranger John Barrasso. I am posting it in its entirety.

Barrasso is double scumbag not only is he a Republican lying sack of shit closet dick sucker he is also a lying sack of shit Republican sucker of corporate medicine's collective cock.

Is Obama cooking the book? I don't know. Does Barrasso have any proof to back up his claims? NO!



Senator John Barrasso, Wyoming
John Barrasso or John Bare Asshole?
Dear Wyoming Senator Dr.
I just watched you on CNN’s State of the Union this morning. I want you to know that you just lied. I am a Wyoming citizen, one of those that you said doesn't want the Affordable Care Act, and you lied. I want it. Very much so. My cousin, also a Wyoming citizen, is now covered under his parent’s plan as a student at UW because the ACA extended the age requirement for children to 26. My mother, father, aunts, grandparents and cousins are all insured because they cannot be disregarded because of a pre-existing condition.
You said that Medicaid patients aren't being seen because doctors don’t get reimbursed. Also a lie, they do get reimbursed. Shame on you for spreading that rumor. I am a very ill woman whose blue-collar husband works his butt off and, still, the only insurance option I have is Medicaid. The doctors here in Wyoming believe your lies. They believe that they won’t get paid and that they shouldn't have to accept me. My husband has to miss full days of work to make sure I can see the doctors I need to stay alive, to avoid blindness and to maintain a semblance of quality of life.

You lied. You said that people travel over state lines for care because of the Affordable Care Act. That is so very untrue sir. My family travels over state lines because you lie to our doctors and make them feel just in their prejudice against my poverty. I am forced to go to Colorado because there, the doctors know that Medicaid is profitable for them, and they treat me with Wyoming’s Medicaid dollars just fine. They get paid, they have fine offices with nice decor, well vacationed doctors and nurses with nice homes.
You should know that this Wyoming citizen, at least, sits in tears wondering what your Hippocratic oath meant to you this morning. Your lies, your policies and your politics literally make me sick – and I think that you know that this is the result for poor people in your state. What kind of doctor are you? What kind of Representative are you? I’ll tell you what kind – a disgraceful lying kind. You must profit greatly from your behavior, I have no idea how else you might justify it.

He's a doctor and a Republican so therefore he can justify killing and maiming and neglecting people in order to make obscene profits. Barrasso is of the same evil ilk as Republican doctors Rand Paul, Tom Price and Tom Coburn. To put it into the common parlance he's a piece of shit aka a Republican.   
Barrasso is heavily invested in health care companies and his known net worth is $5.7 million.
Barrasso is probably a closet homosexual.  <-------- Click Here



Saturday, March 29, 2014

Marilyn Monroe's Weight and Measurements


Jealous angry fat girls in deep denial are trying to say that Marlyn Monroe was fat as they refer to themselves as "curvy".  Fat girls can be so pathetic that is it laughable! They lie almost as much as Trump.

According to measurements from Marilyn Monroe's dressmaker:
Height: 5 feet, 5½ inches That makes her BMI 19.3 - 18.8
Weight: 118 pounds (That's her highest weight)
Bust: 35-37 inches
Waist: 22-23 inches
Hips: 35-36 inches
Bra size: 36D



The fat girls like to lie and say that Marilyn Monroe was fat. That's a bunch of total fucking BULLSHIT!

There is no way Marylin Monroe was a size 12 - 16

Fat girls lie, cry, deny and eat pie.

So what size was Marilyn Monroe actually?  Luckily, many of her dresses, carefully preserved, are still around from which to obtain accurate measurements.  Further, one of her dress makers also chimed in with exact measurements he took.  Those measurements were 5 ft. 5.5 inches tall; 35 inch bust; 22 inch waist (approximately 2-3 inches less than the average American woman in the 1950s and 12 inches less than average today); and 35 inch hips, with a bra size of 36D.  Her weight fluctuated a bit through her career, usually rising in times of depression and falling back to her normal thereafter, but her dressmaker listed her as 118 pounds and the Hollywood studios tended to list her between 115-120 lbs. With a 22" waist slacks for Miss Monroe would be smaller than a size 0. Take that you jealous fat girls.



As to what size Marilyn Monroe would be in women’s sizes today, that’s not an easy thing to answer due to the differing sizes from brand to brand, country to country, and the fact that her extreme hour glass shape would have made it difficult for her to find the perfect size while clothes shopping.

Marilyn's 22" waist makes her 35" hips look wider.


Lucky for her, she could afford to have her clothing custom made, which she usually did.
As a direct example of her size, the white dress she wore in The Seven Year Itch was recently auctioned off and was put on a mannequin that was a size 2, but they were still unable to zip up the dress as the mannequin was too big.  Many of her other dresses that exist from throughout her career match up to about the same, give or take an inch or two.  That being said, Marilyn Monroe at times would have her dresses so tight they’d have to be sewn onto her, so something more comfortable in a size 4-ish (American) and something like an 8 in the U.K. is probably more accurate with most brands, though it should be noted that a 22 inch waist in many popular American jean sizes today would be below a 0.  So, again, the exact size is difficult to nail down thanks to the non-standardized sizing system we have today.

Looky Looky COLLAR BONES!

If you’re curious as to how that compares to modern contemporary fashion models, according to BluFire Model Registry, models are generally in the vicinity of a 34 bust; 24 waist; and 34 hips, which is very close to Monroe’s measurements of 35-22-35.

They list the average model today at 5 ft. 8 inches, to Monroe’s 5 ft 5.5 inches.   Elizabeth Hurley, who in the above quote called Marilyn Monroe “fat”, actually has around the same dimensions: 34-24-34, though is about 5 inches taller than Monroe was.

If anyone can look at Elizabeth Hurley and call her anorexic then they must be a delusional, jealous and lying fat girl.

There is no way no how that Ms Hurley is underweight and no what that Marilyn Monroe was fat!



So what size was Marilyn Monroe actually?  Luckily, many of her dresses, carefully preserved, are still around to measure off of.  Further, one of her dress makers also chimed in with exact measurements he took.  Those measurements were 5 ft. 5.5 inches tall; 35 inch bust; 22 inch waist (approximately 2-3 inches less than the average American woman in the 1950s and 12 inches less than average today); and 35 inch hips, with a bra size of 36D.  Her weight fluctuated a bit through her career, usually rising in times of depression and falling back to her normal thereafter, but her dressmaker listed her as 118 pounds and the Hollywood studios tended to list her between 115-120 lbs.
As to what size Marilyn Monroe would be in women’s sizes today, that’s not an easy thing to answer due to the differing sizes from brand to brand, country to country, and the fact that her extreme hour glass shape would have made it difficult for her to find the perfect size while clothes shopping.  Lucky for her, she could afford to have her clothing custom made, which she usually did.
As a direct example of her size, the white dress she wore in The Seven Year Itch was recently auctioned off and was put on a mannequin that was a size 2, but they were still unable to zip up the dress as the mannequin was too big.  Many of her other dresses that exist from throughout her career match up to about the same, give or take an inch or two.  That being said, Marilyn Monroe at times would have her dresses so tight they’d have to be sown onto her, so something more comfortable in a size 4-ish (American) and something like an 8 in the U.K. is probably more accurate with most brands, though it should be noted that a 22 inch waist in many popular American jean sizes today would be below a 0.  So, again, the exact size is difficult to nail down thanks to the non-standardized sizing system we have today.
If you’re curious as to how that compares to modern contemporary fashion models, according to BluFire Model Registry, models are generally in the vicinity of a 34 bust; 24 waist; and 34 hips, which is very close to Monroe’s measurements of 35-22-35.  They list the average model  today at 5 ft. 8 inches, to Monroe’s 5 ft 5.5 inches.   Elizabeth Hurley, who in the above quote called Marilyn Monroe “fat”, actually has around the same dimensions: 34-24-34, though is about 5 inches taller than Monroe was.

Read more at http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2012/04/marilyn-monroe-was-not-even-close-to-a-size-12-16/#36mH7mRCD4Y5Q0mc.99
 So what size was Marilyn Monroe actually?  Luckily, many of her dresses, carefully preserved, are still around to measure off of.  Further, one of her dress makers also chimed in with exact measurements he took.  Those measurements were 5 ft. 5.5 inches tall; 35 inch bust; 22 inch waist (approximately 2-3 inches less than the average American woman in the 1950s and 12 inches less than average today); and 35-inch hips, with a bra size of 36D.  Her weight fluctuated a bit through her career, usually rising in times of depression and falling back to her normal thereafter, but her dressmaker listed her as 118 pounds and the Hollywood studios tended to list her between 115-120
lbs.
As to what size Marilyn Monroe would be in women’s sizes today, that’s not an easy thing to answer due to the differing sizes from brand to brand, country to country, and the fact that her extreme hour glass shape would have made it difficult for her to find the perfect size while clothes shopping.  Lucky for her, she could afford to have her clothing custom made, which she usually did.
As a direct example of her size, the white dress she wore in The Seven Year Itch was recently auctioned off and was put on a mannequin that was a size 2, but they were still unable to zip up the dress as the mannequin was too big.  Many of her other dresses that exist from throughout her career match up to about the same, give or take an inch or two.  That being said, Marilyn Monroe at times would have her dresses so tight they’d have to be sown onto her, so something more comfortable in a size 4-ish (American) and something like an 8 in the U.K. is probably more accurate with most brands, though it should be noted that a 22 inch waist in many popular American jean sizes today would be below a 0.  So, again, the exact size is difficult to nail down thanks to the non-standardized sizing system we have today.

Read more at http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2012/04/marilyn-monroe-was-not-even-close-to-a-size-12-16/#36mH7mRCD4Y5Q0mc.99

LOOKY LOOKY STINKY FAT GIRL, HER RIBS ARE SHOWING!

Marilyn Monroe was Not Even Close to a Size 12-16

Daven Hiskey April 17, 2012 85
Myth: Marilyn Monroe was a size 12-16.
From Roseanne Barr stating, “I’m more sexy than Pamela Lee or whoever else they’ve got out there these days. Marilyn Monroe was a size 16. That says it all”, to Elizabeth Hurley stating,  “I’ve always thought Marilyn Monroe looked fabulous, but I’d kill myself if I was that fat…I went to see her clothes in the exhibition, and I wanted to take a tape measure and measure what her hips were. She was very big”, you’ll often hear people saying Marilyn Monroe was around the same size as the average American woman today (12-16).  In fact, nothing could be further from the truth, at least by today’s sizing systems.
How this myth got started isn’t exactly known.  One possible contributing factor to this myth was Marilyn Monroe’s atypical extreme hour glass shape.  More directly, it probably partially stems from the fact that women’s sizes today are not at all equivalent to women’s sizes in the 1950s. In the 1980s, in order to accommodate people’s vanity and ever expanding girth, the U.S. Department of Commerce got rid of the uniform sizing system and instead allowed for more ego stroking sizes.  As a result of this, today, a size 8 would have been roughly equivalent to a size 16-18 in the 1950s, obviously though this varies a shocking amount from brand to brand.
So what size was Marilyn Monroe actually?  Luckily, many of her dresses, carefully preserved, are still around to measure off of.  Further, one of her dress makers also chimed in with exact measurements he took.  Those measurements were 5 ft. 5.5 inches tall; 35 inch bust; 22 inch waist (approximately 2-3 inches less than the average American woman in the 1950s and 12 inches less than average today); and 35 inch hips, with a bra size of 36D.  Her weight fluctuated a bit through her career, usually rising in times of depression and falling back to her normal thereafter, but her dressmaker listed her as 118 pounds and the Hollywood studios tended to list her between 115-120 lbs.

Read more at http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2012/04/marilyn-monroe-was-not-even-close-to-a-size-12-16/#36mH7mRCD4Y5Q0mc.99
So what size was Marilyn Monroe actually?  Luckily, many of her dresses, carefully preserved, are still around to measure off of.  Further, one of her dress makers also chimed in with exact measurements he took.  Those measurements were 5 ft. 5.5 inches tall; 35 inch bust; 22 inch waist (approximately 2-3 inches less than the average American woman in the 1950s and 12 inches less than average today); and 35 inch hips, with a bra size of 36D.  Her weight fluctuated a bit through her career, usually rising in times of depression and falling back to her normal thereafter, but her dressmaker listed her as 118 pounds and the Hollywood studios tended to list her between 115-120 lbs.
Read more at http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2012/04/marilyn-monroe-was-not-even-close-to-a-size-12-16/#36mH7mRCD4Y5Q0mc.99
So what size was Marilyn Monroe actually?  Luckily, many of her dresses, carefully preserved, are still around to measure off of.  Further, one of her dress makers also chimed in with exact measurements he took.  Those measurements were 5 ft. 5.5 inches tall; 35 inch bust; 22 inch waist (approximately 2-3 inches less than the average American woman in the 1950s and 12 inches less than average today); and 35 inch hips, with a bra size of 36D.  Her weight fluctuated a bit through her career, usually rising in times of depression and falling back to her normal thereafter, but her dressmaker listed her as 118 pounds and the Hollywood studios tended to list her between 115-120 lbs.
Read more at http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2012/04/marilyn-monroe-was-not-even-close-to-a-size-12-16/#36mH7mRCD4Y5Q0mc.99
So what size was Marilyn Monroe actually?  Luckily, many of her dresses, carefully preserved, are still around to measure off of.  Further, one of her dress makers also chimed in with exact measurements he took.  Those measurements were 5 ft. 5.5 inches tall; 35 inch bust; 22 inch waist (approximately 2-3 inches less than the average American woman in the 1950s and 12 inches less than average today); and 35 inch hips, with a bra size of 36D.  Her weight fluctuated a bit through her career, usually rising in times of depression and falling back to her normal thereafter, but her dressmaker listed her as 118 pounds and the Hollywood studios tended to list her between 115-120 lbs.
Read more at http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2012/04/marilyn-monroe-was-not-even-close-to-a-size-12-16/#36mH7mRCD4Y5Q0mc.99
So what size was Marilyn Monroe actually?  Luckily, many of her dresses, carefully preserved, are still around to measure off of.  Further, one of her dress makers also chimed in with exact measurements he took.  Those measurements were 5 ft. 5.5 inches tall; 35 inch bust; 22 inch waist (approximately 2-3 inches less than the average American woman in the 1950s and 12 inches less than average today); and 35 inch hips, with a bra size of 36D.  Her weight fluctuated a bit through her career, usually rising in times of depression and falling back to her normal thereafter, but her dressmaker listed her as 118 pounds and the Hollywood studios tended to list her between 115-120 lbs.
Read more at http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2012/04/marilyn-monroe-was-not-even-close-to-a-size-12-16/#36mH7mRCD4Y5Q0mc.99

So what size was Marilyn Monroe actually?  Luckily, many of her dresses, carefully preserved, are still around to measure off of.  Further, one of her dress makers also chimed in with exact measurements he took.  Those measurements were 5 ft. 5.5 inches tall; 35 inch bust; 22 inch waist (approximately 2-3 inches less than the average American woman in the 1950s and 12 inches less than average today); and 35 inch hips, with a bra size of 36D.  Her weight fluctuated a bit through her career, usually rising in times of depression and falling back to her normal thereafter, but her dressmaker listed her as 118 pounds and the Hollywood studios tended to list her between 115-120 lbs.
Read more at http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2012/04/marilyn-monroe-was-not-even-close-to-a-size-12-16/#36mH7mRCD4Y5Q0mc.99




Marilyn Monroe: 
Height: 5 feet 5½ inchesBust: 35-37 inches
Waist: 22-23 inches
Hips: 35-36 inches
Bra size: 36D

Fat girls need to STFU and stop trying to make themselves feel better by lying about Marylin Monroe!


See the world's biggest ass here!

Medical Error Statistics

Unless you have been living under a rock for the last 30 years you probably already know that American doctors are poorly trained, ignorant, arrogant, callous and greedy cowardly money whores who work mostly for health care facilities run by disease exploiting criminal corporate gangsters. Just like health care acquired infections and adverse drug reactions medical errors rake in huge amounts of revenue for the medical corporations. This is why medical errors remain on the rise.

Shocking Trend: Medical Errors Have Increased Dramatically in the U.S.

A new editorial in The Lancet medical journal cites staggering statistics that medical errors now occur in as many one-third of all U.S. hospitalizations.

The editors present other attention-getting statistics from several scientific studies establishing that medical errors remain a serious problem in the U.S. and appear to have increased over the last 10 years, despite national attention called to this problem. 

The Lancet editors ask, “Why?” And, they make some suggestions that should well be considered by medical professionals, patients and caregivers, and policy makers in the U.S.

The Alarming Statistics:
The editorial, entitled, “Medical errors in the USA: human or systemic?“, appears in the April 16, 2011 Issue of The Lancet. It cites and describes the findings of several published studies on medical errors in the U.S. by recognized U.S. scientific and professional sources. Among them are the following:
  • The US Institute of Medicine’s 1999 report, To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System, estimated that avoidable medical errors contributed annually to 44,000—98,000 deaths in US hospitals. Hospital errors were reported to constitute the eighth leading cause of death nationally, accounting for more U.S. deaths than breast cancer, AIDS, and motor-vehicle accidents. This drew national attention to the problem.
  • Yet, more than 10 years later, the problem of medical errors remains and seems to have increased. A new study reported in the April, 2011 issue of Health Affairs, found that by one measure, medical errors occur in as many as one-third of hospital admissions in the U.S., and may be ten times greater than previously measured. “The most common are medication errors, followed by surgical errors, procedure errors, and nosocomial infections,” according to The Lancet’s review of the study. 
    The study, conducted by scientists and professionals at three leading U.S. medical schools as well as at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, compared three different methods commonly used for measuring “adverse events” in hospitals: (i) voluntary reporting, (ii) the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s Patient Safety Indicators (which rely on automated review of discharge codes to detect adverse events), and (iii) the Global Trigger Tool pioneered by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (based upon independent review of medical charts, with follow up investigation where indicated). 

    The study found that this third method measured at least ten times more confirmed serious medical errors than did the other two methods. As observed by The Lancet’s editorial, “This finding suggests that the two currently used methods for detecting medical errors in the USA are unreliable, underestimate the real burden, and also risk misdirection of present efforts to improve patient safety.”
  •  
  • A study reported in the November 25, 2010 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, also confirmed that medical errors in U.S. hospitals are a serious problem. The study, conducted by lead author Christopher Landrigan, M.D., M.P.H. of the Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, and a group of doctors from Harvard Medical School, Standford University School of Medicine, and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, reported that even in places where local governments have made efforts to improve safety of inpatient care, such as in hospitals in North Carolina, the high rate of detected medical errors did not change over a 5-year period between 2002 and 2007.
  • A November, 2010, document from the Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services reported that one in seven Medicare beneficiaries have complications from medical errors when hospitalized, and that these medical errors contribute to about 180,000 deaths of patients per year.
  • A study by Jill Van Den Bos and other professionals of Milliman’s Denver Health practice reported in the April, 2011 Issue of Health Affairs found that the measurable cost of US medical errors amounted to US $17.1 Billion in 2008 (0.72% of the $2.39 trillion spent on health care that year). Ten types of error accounted for more than two-thirds of the total cost of medical errors. The top two most costly medical errors are postoperative infections and pressure ulcers. The three most common medical errors were pressure ulcers, post-operative infections, and postlaminectomy syndrome.
  • Another study, conducted by John Goodman and associates of the National Center for Policy Analysis in Dallas, TX and also reported in the April, 2011 Issue of Health Affairs, reported that medical errors cause as many as 187,000 deaths in hospitals each year, and 6.1 million injuries, both in and out of hospitals in the U.S. This study estimated that the social costs, in lives lost and disabilities caused, from these medical errors amounted to between $393 Billion to $958 Billion in 2006, equivalent to 18% to 45% of total US health-care spending in that year. These authors recommended as a possible solution that patients should be “offered voluntary, no-fault insurance prior to treatment or surgery [so that they] would be compensated if they suffered an adverse event—regardless of the cause of their misfortune—and providers would have economic incentives to reduce the number of such events.”






http://www.helpingyoucare.com/12784/alarming-trend-medical-errors-have-increased-in-the-u-s

Doctors vs Guns

Here are a few statistics on Doctors vs Gun Owners:
 
With MDs it's money first!
Doctors
*safety statistics courtesy of U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services.
  • The number of physicians in the U.S. is 700,000.
  • Accidental deaths caused by Physicians per year are 120,000.
  • Accidental deaths per physician is 0.171

  • Now think about this:



    With gun owners it's safety first.



    Gun Owners
    *safety statistics courtesy of FBI.
  • The number of gun owners in the U.S. is 80,000,000. (Yes, that’s 80 million)
  • The number of accidental gun deaths per year, all age groups, is 1,500.
  • The number of accidental deaths per gun owner is .0000188

  • Statistically, doctors are approximately 9,000 times more dangerous than gun owners.

    FACT: NOT EVERYONE HAS A GUN, BUT Almost everyone has at least one doctor. This means you are over 9,000 times more likely to be killed by a doctor as by a gun owner!!! Please alert your friends to this alarming threat. We must ban doctors before this gets completely out of hand!!!!!

    Out of concern for the public at large, We withheld the statistics on lawyers for fear the shock would cause people to panic and seek medical attention!

    Friday, March 28, 2014

    Ed Schultz Challenges Hannity To Obamacare Debate -- Hannity Declines Chickens Out

    MSNBC's Ed Schultz has had about enough of Fox's Sean Hannity and his constant attacks and lies on the rollout of the Affordable Care Act and he let him have it again on this Friday's show. Read more...




    We all know that Hannity is a liar and since he is a Republican he is also a lying chicken shit! 


    Chris Christie Cleared: Well Not Really

    Here's how it worked. Christie committed a serious crime and he hired and payed lawyers with taxpayer money to "investigate" his roll in Bridgegate and then clear him of any wrong doing. If you believe this was fair you are an asshole.

    Let's say for sake of argument that Christie's handpicked New Jersey thug lawyers were on the up&up, even they admit that the Christie administration is a cesspool or corruption and mismanagement. 


    WARNING! Facts and Sources Ahead!!
    Christie was cleared of wrongdoing by the lawyers he hired. Pick your link!
    A two-month investigation by a team of lawyers hired by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has determined he wasn't at fault for the lane closure scandal last year.
    From the report: "The mammoth document paints a portrait of a governor’s office with structural flaws severe enough that the attorneys believe it must be cleaned up by an ethics czar and constituent advocate."
    Christie will prove to be even more incompetent that GW Bush if elected president.

    Romneycare VS Obamacare

    The irony of Republican disapproval of Obamacare

    The Democrat's version of health insurance would have been cheaper, simpler and more popular. But we enacted the Republican version. So why are they so upset? Because it an achievement for the Obama administration. 


    Had Obamacare been proposed by a Republican which it orginally was you would not hear 

    the lying Republicans whining like a bunch of pathetic crybabies. 

    Obamacare is actually a a 1992  Republican idea and it is very similar to Romneycare 



    President Obama has said that the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) borrows heavily from similar legislation at the state level (aka Romneycare) implemented in Massachusetts in 2006 and passed by then governor Mitt Romney. We examine the similarities and differences between the two pieces of legislation, and also note how liar Romney's current healthcare policy differs from the 2006 law he passed.

    The retards/Republicans knew Romney was a RINO and in spite of the fact that the GOP had  actual conservative candidates and two sane ones ie Ron Paul and John Huntsman they ended up picking the most liberal one. 

    Even though Romneycare is not as good as Obamacare  the people in Massachusetts like it. 




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    After 5 Years of Obama



    Suck on it CONS!

    Tawny Kitaen: Another Republican Slut

    Republicans Have no Respect for the Law or the Rights of Others
    Another crazy drunken drug slut joins the GOP

    We all know that most Republican women are crazy sluts and
    Tawny Kitaen is no exception and in typical Republican tradition



    Republican Cocaine Slut


    I'm an "Out of the closet Rep" n hollywood (easier to be gay or a size 22)but 2B a Rep, OMG I'm an anomaly! & I have2say Obamas sexy BUT I'm

    Vacations Obama Versus Bush

    Mostly True


    Sharpton says President Barack Obama "has taken 92 days of vacation since he was sworn in," compared to 367 for President George W. Bush at the same point in his presidency.
    Al Sharpton, Friday, August 9th, 2013.
    Ruling: Mostly True | Details

    There you have it Bush took 6 times more vacation days than Obama.

    Wednesday, March 26, 2014

    TSA Stealing From Passengers




    My favorite internet journalist LRJ of LRJ-TV comments on the criminal thieves of the TSA. Theft by TSA agents is rampant.

    LRJ kicks ass and takes names and takes no prisoners!


    The refreshing thing about LRJ is that he doesn't mince words. He says what many people are already thinking. He shows punks and bullied no mercy.

    A man ought to say what he thinks and LRJ is that man! 

    Subscribe to his Youtube channel.

    Stalin an Atheist?

    Christians lie that's a fact, and when they are not actually lying they are repeating lies. One lie that we have debunked is the lie that Hitler was an atheist but the fact is Adolf Hitler was a devout and hardcore Christian. 
    “The anti-Semitism of the new movement (Christian Social movement)
    was based on religious ideas instead of racial knowledge.”
    [Adolf Hitler, "Mein Kampf", Vol. 1, Chapter 3]
    “I believe today that I am acting in the sense of the Almighty
    Creator. By warding off the Jews I am fighting for the Lord’s work.”
    [Adolph Hitler, Speech, Reichstag, 1936]

    “And the founder of Christianity made no secret indeed of his
    estimation of the Jewish people. When He found it necessary, He drove
    those enemies of the human race out of the Temple of God.”
    [Adolph Hitler, _Mein Kampf_, pp.174]

    “I am now as before a Catholic and will always remain so”
    [Adolph Hitler, to Gen. Gerhard Engel, 1941]


    Christians Say That Stalin was an Atheist
    Joseph Stalin was raised to be a Greek Orthodox Priest and I remain curious as to why his Christianity is shoved aside in all these arguments. Yes, there is no way to get around the fact that in his early career, Stalin made a vast effort to rid Russia of religion, but that had nothing to do with atheism. It was the only way he knew to seize power of the country.

    Stalin was raised very religious in the Greek Orthodox Church. He was named after Saint Joseph and was raised to be a priest. His father was a priest and young Joseph spent five years in a Greek Orthodox seminary.1
    But in the Christian tradition of spare the rod and spoil the child Stalin’s father beat him mercilessly, and Stalin once described his childhood as having been “raised in a poor priest-ridden household.” Perhaps this contributed to his decision to add a decidedly Christian slant to his form of Atheism.
    For generations the entire populace of Russia had been taught that the head of state was supposed to be close to god. At the time in question, the head of the church in Russia was a tyrant. The Russians were already disposed to servility and all Stalin did was exploit these two facts, and place himself in the position of god. Once Stalin was firmly seated in office, he revived the Russian Orthodox Church in order to intensify patriotic support for the war effort. Stalin was part of a council convened to elected a new church Patriarch. Then the Russian theological schools were opened, and thousands of churches began to function. Even the Moscow Theological Academy Seminary was re-opened, after being closed since 1918.
    So, while Stalin was no peach, he was not exactly what you would call a died-in-the-wool atheist. He was more a secular minded religious opportunist, which is a personal character trait. He did not use atheism to gain control, but religious principles that were modified to fit his own, sick and twisted method of revolution.