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The Washington Post published a story yesterday which says 12,000 congressional staffers have enrolled in an Obamacare plan. Is that “incredible,” as the WaPo’s Ed O’Keefe tweeted? As Sen. Ted Cruz staffer Amanda Carpenter pointed out, it’s not incredible, but rather inevitable: Bc we had no choice RT @edatpost: Incredible: biggest customers for DC's health […]
“Horrible” or good-humored fun?
Doesn’t seem like a point that anyone would need to make, this is the world we’re living in: You've got to be kidding me. washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-a…— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) December 26, 2013 The geniuses on the Washington Post editorial board have weighed in on the economics of the Affordable Care Act, and here’s what they’ve concluded: […]
Either the government shutdown lasted a lot longer than we remember, or the Washington Post’s Twitter person left a word or two out of this tweet: D.C. reopens after 34 years years wapo.st/1gAGzrA— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) December 16, 2013 Well, that would be one way to save a lot of money. The tweet caused a […]
Martin Bashir’s apology today to Sarah Palin (and others) for his disgusting commentary last week received plaudits from Washington Post op-ed columnist and MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart. However, wouldn’t the epitome of class personified be to have not made the comments in the first place? @CapehartJ @BashirLive @NoahCRothman About as Classy as an apology for […]
Hardest hit? Media Matters’ hacks.
Does she ever! Here’s what she’s been up to today: @brikeilarcnn @MajorCBS he is the Carlos Danger of the right— Jennifer Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) October 16, 2013 Sigh. Even if she’s not actually suggesting that Ted Cruz is equivalent to a serial perv who sexts with underage girls, it’s still a ridiculous stupid thing to say. […]
No kidding. President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid have made it quite clear to Americans that they’re not interested in negotiating with Republicans. At all. But WaPo’s Greg Sargent insists we just heard them wrong: The claim Ds "will not negotiate" is a lie. The argument is over what *conditions* negotiations should take […]
In the event the United States reaches the point where government officials warn the country would default, those who have the most to gain from demagoguing the issue will be the least creative when it comes to finding ways to avoid default using current revenues and prioritizing. Treasury Dept. likes to say it has no […]