True, but he behaves like one.

A monarch, however, does not compromise. As Alexander Hamilton explains in Federalist 69, a monarch decrees, dictates, and rules through fiat power, which is what President Obama is attempting.

via Obama Is Not a Monarch – Sen. Ted Cruz.

Matters not what is best for the country, the emperor without any clothes will venomously decree what is best for the country via his Alinskyeske vision.  Viva la revolucion!

Health Care Law Recasts Insurers As Obama Allies.  Not news.  Why is the times coming so late to the game?  Guess who slept worked together insuring that the insurance companies would not lose?  That ‘s right and they are raping the system with their extortion fees.  We get less and they interfere more.  Lovely ZeroCrapCare more incest than one would ever want to know about.

This crap needs to be broadcast loudly including the fact that d*ckless made off with several million dollars courtesy of the US taxpayer.  Grubby reminds me of this guy, remember him?

 

Gruber was the architect for RomneyCare.

Before Obamacare, he also advised the creation of a similar law in Massachusetts, sometimes called Romneycare, after Mitt Romney, who was governor of the Bay State at the time. Despite some resistance to the term “architect,” Gruber joined the president’s transition team in 2008 and no one disputes he played a key role in the law’s creation.

Oh come on, read the whole post about “Mr. Mandate.”

According to BarackObama.com, President Obama’s official website, Jon Gruber “helped write Obamacare.”

The post was written in 2012 and was about specific quotes from President Obama trying to tie Mitt Romney to ObamaCare by saying that “RomneyCare” was the model for the Affordable Care Act.

In an act to hide the connection to Barack Obama after Gruber’s quotes about the “stupidity of American voters” went viral, the article has been taken down by Organizing for Action. However, it was online as recently as August of this year, and a cached version still exists that clearly shows its original content. Pundit Press found the cached version.

Here is the quote, in which the site specifically names Jon Gruber as one of the Affordable Care Act’s authors:
Gruber ObamaCare

Unsurprisingly, this damning evidence has been scrubbed

via BarackObama.com: “Jon Gruber Helped Write Obamacare” | PUNDIT PRESS.   Does this mean that Grubby will be put out to pasture soon?

Legislators Amused at Vermonters’ Concerns

Originally posted on Hoocoodanode?:

Perhaps you’d be interested to know where Jonathan Gruber, the MIT economist who claims to have been one of the Romneycare and Obamacare chief “architects”, picked up his nasty habit of referring to — three times at last count (once in 2012 and twice in 2013) — “stupid” Americans, and to the “stupidity of the American voter” in particular.

We need look no further than Gruber’s MIT professor, the late political scientist, Louis Menand III.

Upon Menand’s passing in February 2008, Gruber told the ‘Boston Globe’:

Even among college professors and the politically passionate, Louis Menand III was notably unabashed.

“He would say in class, ‘There are two types of people: There are Democrats and there are stupid people,’ ” said Jonathan Gruber, a professor of economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who once sat in Dr. Menand’s classes as a student.

Got that? Gruber learned from his MIT…

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UPDATE:  Gruber is more of an arrogant dumbass than he knows.

ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber apparently doesn’t think much of the intelligence of the American people.

A new tape has surfaced showing Gruber, once again, claiming the health care law’s authors took advantage of the “stupid” American public.

The tape, played on Fox News’ “The Kelley File,” showed Gruber speaking at an October 2013 event at Washington University in St. Louis.

Referring to the so-called “Cadillac tax” on high-end health plans, he said: “They proposed it and that passed, because the American people are too stupid to understand the difference.”

Now, the ass is trying to tell everyone that it is that other group trying to confuse the masses.  Ass should shutup and go hide in a hole like Saddam did.

Unfortunately for this country, he is telling the truth…most voters in this country are stupid.  In Gruber’s own words.

In a video that surfaced on Friday, economist and Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber said “lack of transparency” and “stupidity of the American voter” were “critical” to passing the president’s unpopular health care law.

“Lack of transparency is a huge political advantage,” Gruber said. “Call it the stupidity of the American voter or whatever. But basically, that was really, really critical to getting the thing to pass.”

Gruber added that he wished “we could make it all transparent,” but said the bill would not have passed if not for the administration’s art of deception on key features of the law.

“This bill was written in a tortured way to make sure CBO did not score the mandate as taxes,” Gruber said. “If you had a law that made explicit that healthy people pay in and sick people get money, it would not have passed.”

Gruber made clear that deliberately lying to the American people was a necessary measure in the passage of Obamacare.

“There’s things that I wish could change,” Gruber said. “But I’d rather have this law than not.”

May his you know what rot off slowly for what he and his pals have done to this country.

If we can’t see them, they don’t exist.

For decades, 90-year-old Arnold Abbott has hauled pans filled with roast chicken and cheese-covered potatoes onto a south Florida beach park to feed hundreds of homeless people.

For his good deeds, Abbott finds himself facing up to two months in jail and hundreds of dollars in fines after new laws that restrict public feeding of the homeless went into effect in Fort Lauderdale earlier this year.

“I’ve been fighting for the underdog all my life, so this is nothing new,” Abbott said.

He was first cited last Sunday, along with two clergymen and a volunteer from his nonprofit, Love Thy Neighbor.

On Wednesday, several police cars waited for Abbott at a downtown Fort Lauderdale park, and officers pulled aside the frail man, clad in a white chef’s coat, soon after the first plates were ready to be served.

“The ordinance does not prohibit feeding the homeless; it regulates the activity in order to ensure it is carried out in an appropriate, organized, clean and healthy manner,” Fort Lauderdale Mayor John P. Seiler said in a statement.

His crime?  No porta potty available for use.

Abbott moved to Florida from Massachusetts in 1970 and was a civil rights activist and wholesale jewelry salesman. He and his wife first began feeding the homeless on their own in 1979. He started the foundation and feeding full time in 1991 after his wife died, in a tribute to her memory.

That is some tribute.  She must have loved him very much.

The dispute highlights a debate between two schools of homeless rights activists: Those who argue that banning public feeding criminalizes the homeless, and others who say feeding and panhandling helps keep them on the street.

I was raised to offer a helping hand and never turn anyone’s request for food down.  Money, I have never had, but food I have always been blessed with a full table.  I am humbled by all of the blessings that I have had bestowed on me throughout my life.  If I am not delivering homemade food to some of my elderly friends, I am cooking for the dogs and cats (many are old and no longer have teeth).  I suppose that is why I still have a 23 year old Maltese that barks and has more good days than bad ones.  LOL

I know that for many the panhandlers, strays, ferals, whatever you want to call them they are eyesores.  To me, it is another life that is no greater and no less than I.  i hope that I will never become so cynical that I would turn away someone in need.  I say this because I have an elderly friend who hoards food because she worries about that day when there will be no one to ask for help.  This saddens me greatly.  As a society, we cannot forget that we are one and the same with some of us a bit more fortunate than others.

Last month there were two important dates that I accidentally overlooked.  One was National Cat Day, and the other was National Feral Cat Day.  They say that feeding ferals does exactly what the ordinance about is trying to stop.  It keeps them on the street.  True, however if they are neutered and returned to the area where they were trapped they actually keep the population down.  Yes, they poop and pee all over our gardens.  There are deterrents which do not harm them that can be made at home for pennies.  Interesting that Moo and Boo would not take up those days.  Oh, it’s just me…I can’t stand either one of them and I had to add that. 

I also know that there are many who lie to get whatever they need at the expense of others.  That is wrong, and eventually there will be a karmic payback on that.  I’ve had my fair share of disappointment when it comes to liars.  Anyhow, I always think of November as that time when the cold wind blows.  Shelter comes first, and food comes next.  I know that those of you who come to the blog are the people who help to sustain the souls of those human or animal critters who have nothing whether it is food, shelter or guidance.  May you always be blessed.

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