Posted by Casey on April 29, 2009
Scientists are baffled as to why the swine flu is so much more deadly in Mexico than in the US.
Really? Let me help them out.
Rich and Poor on Top of the Old Garbage Dump of Mexico city/Mexico Monica Alexandra Terrazas Galvan, Mexico
Photos by Living Word Bible Church on a house building mission to Mexico.
a poor house in tjuana, mexico. the owners were using tires to stabilize their home and stop it from sliding down in case it comes to hard rain
Some town in Mexico
Need I say more?
I know, I know … You are all shocked. As it turns out, the swine flu is more dangerous in Mexico because Mexico is a THIRD WORLD COUNTRY YOU IDIOTS!
By now some of you are asking about Mexico’s health care system … is it private or universal? Well, it’s actually both.
Mexico fosters three unequal, yet parallel systems of health care. There are six government-run social security institutions that provide care for approximately 50 million of Mexico’s gainfully employed. The uninsured poor, comprised of about 40 million Mexicans, receive limited health-care benefits administered by the Ministry of Health of Mexico. The private sector, which represents about 3 million Mexicans, is comprised of individuals whose health-care funding is met through private insurance carriers.
Mexico’s healthcare system has actually won some awards.
And you think your health insurance company is bad? Just be happy you don’t live in Mexico. There it takes two physicians, four bureaucrats, and quadruplicate forms to get life-saving medications in that country, and as Cecilia Velazquez, winner of this year’s red tape “prize” in Mexico has brought to our attention, Mexico’s healthcare system is a bureaucratic nightmare that is just unacceptable–to the point of winning said contest in her home country for the long waiting times, multiple hoops, and redundancies built into the system.
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Posted by Casey on April 13, 2009
If you are looking for some great slogans for your sign … check this out.
The Tea Party will be at Sunset Park at the corner of Sunset and Eastern from 12-3pm on April 15. It will be by the dog runs in picnic area F.
Bonus: My favorite talk show host, Casey Hendrickson, from KXNT will be speaking at the Tea Party. I was hoping they’d get involved.
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Posted by Casey on April 7, 2009
File this under more US congressmen going abroad to rip our country. Once again we can thank Democrats for this insult to America. Democrat members of Congress, and the Congressional Black Caucus decided to take a trip to Cuba in order to mend fences, so to speak. As is typical of Dems traveling outside the US these days … they just ended up insulting Americans again.
Check out the heaps of praise our elected representatives lay upon the Communist pig, Castro.
Former Cuban President Fidel Castro was “very engaging, very energetic,” U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee, a California
Democrat, said following a congressional delegation’s meeting with the ailing revolutionary.
The delegation that traveled
to Cuba featured six members of the Congressional Black Caucus and Rep. Mike Honda, D-Calif., and they returned to Washington
late Tuesday afternoon and urged the United States government to begin steps to alter its relationship with Cuba.
the past 50 years, the United States has been swimming in the Caribbean Sea of delusion,” said Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, D-Mo.,
who described the United States as “the isolated nation” compared to European countries which have diplomatic ties with Havana.
is the dawning of a new day,” Rep. Bobby Rush, D-Ill., declared. “Fifty years of foolishness is over. It’s time for the children
to sit in the corner and the adults to take over.”
All of that is sickening enough, but expected given the love fest Dems have for Castro, and his style of government. All of that pales in comparison to what Castro said happened later in exchanges with our delegation.
Tuesday afternoon, the Cuban government
released a statement that it indicated was Fidel Castro’s assessment of a session he had with the lawmakers. In the statement,
Castro said that one of the Members of Congress told him that the United States should “apologize” to Cuba. And another lawmaker
told the former leader that despite the victory by President Obama, U.S. society is still “racist.”
All members of the
delegation denied that those two exchanges took place during their time with Fidel Castro.
Right about now some of you libs reading this are going to say that I lied about these representatives insulting Americans, but you’d be a dumbass. You’d have also tipped your hand if you’re one of these people who feels Castro, and Cuba, have gotten a bad rap.
Who is lying? Castro? The delegation? Does it matter?
If Castro is lying then some must admit that he isn’t as misrepresented as they would have you believe. If our delegation is lying then others will have to admit that these Dems went to an enemy nation, and insulted our country. There is a third party of thought here also. If you think Castro lied, but the delegation was trying to do something good you have now discovered exactly how clueless they really are.
Rep. Mel Watt, D-N.C. said,
“You can’t not talk to people and expect to get a desirable result.”
Apparently Mr. Watt, you can’t talk to people and expect to get a desirable result either. As Castro has just proven, when you talk to our enemies from a position of weakness you are opening yourself up to their negative propaganda.
Unless … Castro is telling the truth.
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Posted by Casey on April 6, 2009
PC World created Rush Limbaugh’s Facebook page … along with others. It may be tongue in cheek, but it is full of stereotypes that are blatantly false. I mean come on … Vlad the Impaler, and all the other evil references.
Someone is a little jealous of Wired.
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Posted by Casey on April 6, 2009
We tried warning all of you that Obama is no uniter, but you didn’t listen. He hasn’t united our allies … he’s angered more of them than Bush. He hasn’t mended fences with our enemies … they hate him just as much as Bush. Plus, he is the worst in history at uniting Americans.
Posted in Great Discovery, Hard-Hitting Journalism, Humor, Hypocrisy, Idiots, MSM Lies, obama, Patriotism, Politics, Poll, Sad, Truth | Tagged: polarizing, unite | 2 Comments »
Posted by Casey on April 6, 2009
Ask yourself this simple little question … why would the federal government refuse banks repaying the bailout money they were given? There can be only one answer … to maintain control of that bank.
I really thought the administration would welcome the return of bank bailout money. Some $340 million in TARP cash flowed back this week from four small banks in Louisiana, New York, Indiana and California. This isn’t much when we routinely talk in trillions, but clearly that money has not been wasted or otherwise sunk down Wall Street’s black hole. So why no cheering as the cash comes back?
My answer: The government wants to control the banks, just as it now controls GM and Chrysler, and will surely control the health industry in the not-too-distant future. Keeping them TARP-stuffed is the key to control. And for this intensely political president, mere influence is not enough.
The fact of the matter is, some of these banks were forced to accept TARP money. Many didn’t need it, or want it. The Bush and Obama administrations have set this country down a very scary path.
In everyday life, you and I can get out of a debt legally by proving in court that the company we have the debt with refused repayment. What are these banks supposed to do in the same circumstances? Technically, if the government refuses repayment of TARP funds then these banks no longer owe the debt. However, they have no recourse. This is much worse than socialism.
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