Thursday, January 30, 2014

Making Sense of Obamacare, Website? – Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Pelosi Speak?) vs. Professor Irwin Corey


KRAUTHAMMER on Obamacare

A) Krauthammer : Those letters are irrefutable evidence that President Obama’s repeated you-keep-your-coverage claim was false. Why were they sent out? Because Obamacare renders illegal (with exceedingly narrow “grandfathered” exceptions) the continuation of any insurance plan deemed by Washington regulators not to meet their arbitrary standards for adequacy. Example: No maternity care? You are terminated.

So a law designed to cover the uninsured is now throwing far more people off their insurance than it can possibly be signing up on the nonfunctioning insurance exchanges. Indeed, most of the 19 million people with individual insurance will have to find new and likely more expensive coverage. And that doesn’t even include the additional millions who are sure to lose their employer-provided coverage. That’s a lot of people. That’s a pretty big lie. 

But perhaps Obama didn’t know. Maybe the bystander president was as surprised by this as he claims to have been by the IRS scandal, the Associated Press and James Rosen phone logs, the failure of the Obamacare Web site, the premeditation of the Benghazi attacks, the tapping of Angela Merkel’s phone — i.e., the workings of the federal government of which he is the nominal head. More at Washington post

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 1-31-14  House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Thursday she has no idea why the Obamacare website isn’t working and that it’s not her “responsibility.”
That admission, during Pelosi’s appearance on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” actually caused Stewart and his audience to laugh at her.
Stewart, who has made no secret of his liberal leanings, didn’t cut Pelosi any slack as he repeatedly pushed her for answers to a problem that has dogged President Obama and his allies for months.
“Why is it so hard to get a company to execute that competently?” Stewart said.
“I don’t know,” Pelosi said, prompting peals of laughter from Stewart’s audience.
Stewart was incredulous.
“Oh, well, let me get the House minority leader here, I can ask her. Hold on — what do you mean you don’t know? How do you not know?” Stewart asked. MORE (The Blaze)
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 1)  NANCY 'I believe in technology' PELOSI's  take on fixing Obamacare   website


 2) PROFESSOR IRWIN COREY'S Take  . Even though he wasn't directly addressing Obamacare - in fact,we're not exactly sure what he is even talking about-  the 98 year old Professor seems to make more sense -or at least sound better - than Pelosi, in our opinion. What do you think? Pelosi or Corey?

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Don't you think that Prof. Irwin Corey makes more sense than Nancy Pelosi (and he's not even talking about the website)?

MEANWHILE...Latest Obamacare News...


No wonder HHS Secretary Sebelius didn't want to give out the numbers during her congressional grilling last Wednesday. Out of the prospsective 19 million insurance buyers,we know of 254 for sure who signed up

- SNL does it's take on the Sebelius hearing.

In case one thinks we're 'picking' on Pelosi, this was not just A one time 'edited' edition of Pelosi-speak.

Here are three , intact, and only one edited talks  with Pelosi going back from recently to 2009:

- Nancy 'It doesn't matter' PELOSI with Martha Raditz on ABC 'This Week' Sunday 10/27 morning  , discussing more on the website 'glitch' and Obamacare 'rollout'     Notice, near the end that Pelosi borrows a line from Hillary 'It doesn't matter' Clinton:

-This may be the best one yet... going back a few years to 2009 with Pelosi still on the subject of Economics, specifically the TARP Funding , with Pelosi  'trying to make sense' for Stewart out of what the government did with the funds from TARP. Pelosi talks of 'Accountability' and 'Transparency' and more economics,ie 'PRINTING MONEY and EARMARKS'  'Are we broke' asks Stewart?   'We're coming back,'?'says Pelosi .  Stewart seemed to have a good take way back in 2009 what would later happen ,ie 2013.  'We have done more for education... health care, energy,...pioneering' in the first few months of the Obama administration that ever before, Pelossi concludes:

- Here, Pelosi is again trying to explain government spending, specifically at the time of one of the government bailouts or  'recovery act' as she prefers to call it.

A frustrated  videographer comes in at the end with  his opinion of what Pelosi has to say:

- Pelosi here tells Chris Wallace on Fox News that  it's a good thing to  raise taxes. We don't have a 'spending problem' ,says Pelosi, but a 'budget problem.'  'Nobody's saying it (the budget) has to be balanced,'she goes on... to a rather unbelieving Wallace. 

Two views on Obamacare, Website  – Speaker Nancy Pelosi vs. Professor Irwin Corey, More Pelosi-speak



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Monday, January 27, 2014

Grammy Awards Exemplify DEATH OF CULTURE in America


Grammy Awards Exemplify DEATH OF CULTURE in America

As music fans we're not going to comment on the Grammys because we don't feel it was about the music. What music?  It wasn't always that way.  Once the Grammies were criticized for being too stodgy, awarding musicals and pop during the early years of rock and roll.  Somewhere along the line, around the mid-1980s things seemed to change, where now a veteran artist couldn't  buy an award .  Rather than go on,we'll  refer you to Tommy De Seno's article , below. Will just say that if John Lennon were alive today we wonder if he would've gone on stage with the two remaining subservient beetles - for the reunion which, normally, would have and should have been the highlight of the night.  According to some, it still was, considering the 'competition.' .  Sorry to see them reuniting in the travesty they call the Grammy  Awards today. And will leave it at that but something needed to be said - and now here's Tony's turn. 

Death of culture in America, Grammy Award style

Must-see scenes from the 2014 Grammy Awards

In America we recognize grand achievements in popular culture by bestowing various awards upon artists. Sunday night at the musical Grammy Awards we honored the following triumphs in lyrical creativity reflective of our lofty artistic ideals:
From Macklemore’s "Thrift Shop":
Nah, walk up to the club like, "What up? I got a big c*ck!"
I'm so pumped about some sh*t from the thrift shop.

I'll take those flannel zebra jammies, second-hand, I rock that motherf*cker
The built-in onesie with the socks on that motherf*cker
I hit the party and they stop in that motherf*cker
From Jay-Z’s "Holy Grail":
Blue told me to remind you n*ggas
F*ck that sh*t y’all talkin' about
I'm the n*gga, caught up in all these lights and cameras
From Justin Timberlake’s "Suit & Tie":
I be on my suit and tie, sh*t tie, sh*t tie
I be on my suit and tie, sh*t tie, sh*t
So long as the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences is allowed to identify the apex of our musical talents, history will know that in 2014 we honored “c*cks”  “motherf*ckers” and “sh*t.”
I couldn’t have said it better myself.
Send in the clowns.

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Tommy De Seno contributes to and is the editor An attorney and proud Catholic, he hails from Asbury Park, N.J.

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Grammy Awards Exemplify DEATH OF CULTURE in America

Thursday, January 23, 2014

MORT SAHL Reflects on KENNEDY 50th Year Anniversary

MORT SAHL Reflects on KENNEDY 50th Year Anniversary  

     It wasn't surprising to come across this great interview late (David Feldman) with the much overlooked/forgotten political comic/satirist MORT SAHL now several months past the Nov. 22 occasion of   50th anniversary of President John F Kennedy's assasination.  Never too late to enjoy Sahl, who writer and producer Robert Weide calls 'still the funniest standup working today' (see below). 

      It seems Sahl - probably the last of the post- WWII group of political humorists- has always been pushed to the back burner for his less than Hollywood-friendly beliefs. Yet, Sahl is as relevant today as anyone, quick-witted as ever, never missing a beat as you will note in the above interview recorded at the time of the 50th anniversary.  Sahl may be somewhat right leaning but he's never afraid to pick on whichever side deserves the needle, in his opinion. That's probably why Sahl says he couldn't get his career on track in left-leaning Hollywood during the 50s. Only after coming to San Francisco, of all places, did he begin to make his mark thanks to a key night club owner, Enrico Banduci of the Hungry I and where hrushed elbows with other comics, such as Lenny Bruce, not afraid to take a shot, so to speak, at the administration.

        Poor choice of words 'take a shot' as Sahl became obsessed with the Kennedy Assissination and what was, in his opinion, a government -influenced Warren Report, which held to the one gunman theory.  Sahl went so far as to sacrifice his then blooming career in the mid-1960s to move to New Orleans to help Jim Garrison on his conspiracy investigation.  Sahl believes the 1979  Committee on Kennedy Investigation was closer to the truth, holding that four gunmen were probably involved, but , still, claims even here 'they didn't investigate' and provide details.  He also dislikes that nothing was done to open the 'closed Kennedy book  ' which prevents more details and evidence coming out for 75 years - a time which nearly everyone alive at the time of the assassination will be gone. 

         As it is, Sahl quotes his favorite, the late Senator ADLAI STEVENSON , and his words 'There's no one left I can talk to' and it sounds like Sahl feels the same way today, watching what he calls a society where money rules more than ever, where people are more concerned about themselves and their jobs than speaking out as they did in the 1960s. Today, Sahl says, its all about politics over substance.


 KENNEDY 50th Year Anniversary Began with TV Movie

November 22 Marks the Fiftieth Year since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. Expect an onslaught of TV movies, videos,documentaries - and we've already seen a number of books come out. Bill O'reilly's best selling 'Killing Kennedy' ,   made into a TV movie, is already out on National Geographic TV (see video trailer above). Stay tune for more...Other recent and past books and media are below.

  50th Year Tribute CONTINUE


          Sahl believes one of Kennedy's last speeches, at American University late 1963 was perhaps his best but the one that may have upset certain forces and let directly to his death. In the speech, he condemned war , while expressing some compassion towards Russia. This may have helped trigger the CIA, which Sahl believes was behind the assassination.  Kennedy had expressed desire get OUT of war rather than engage in it, which was at odds with our government, too.  (Editor's Note: Though Sahl didn't mention it here, he  no doubt believes with our assertion (in another blog) that the Vietnam War would have never risen to the scale it did under President Johnson, had Kennedy lived).

             Sahl blames the media for it's collective 'lack of detail'when it comes to investigating, or not investigating.  He believes that nothing good came out of the 'communal sobbing'' led by news anchor Walter Chronkite, at the time, and carried forth today with news people like Wolf Blitzer and Bob Shieffer.  Sahl didn't like the 'lack of detail' surrounding the Kennedy investigation, despite what he considers obvious factors going against the lone gunman theory. He noted a lot of information that never turned up in the investigation, including that 

   -Gunman Lee Harvey Oswald was found with the phone number in his pocket of the Dallas FBI chief  at the time of his arrest.

    -Oswald was so much NOT a 'great shot' that he had to hold down a menial government job

     -Kennedy WASN'T shot from behind and that the doctors at Dallas' Parkside Hospital 'altered Kennedy's body and finished the job after he was transferred to Bethesda.'

              Sahl is not very warm to  the political scene today. He never saw any good in Obamacare or other Administrationi policies. He says that President Obama gets away with a lot of his politics thanks to the 'show business liberals' and people like 'Oprah' who are always there to lend a million or a movie.  Sahl has disdain for not only some of the current crop of film people , like Tom Hanks, George Clooney and Producer Jeffrey Katzenberg but some of his generation like Bill Cosby, who go with  politics over substance.

            Interviewer Feldman, asking Sahl about his inclusion in Tom Brokaw's documentary and book, 'Where Were You?' about the Kennedy Assissination, jokes that it might have been called 'The Mediocre Generation,' a take off on Brokaw's 'The Great Generation,' referring to that of   World War II.  Sahl noted that he and his views were left out of the film (which we haven't seen yet but will) but included in only the book - perhaps not so surprising to Sahl, based on his past history .

              But rather than being bitter about such career exclusions, Sahl , 86, marches on, making occasional appearances at 'old school' places like the Throckmorton Theatre' in Mill Valley , CA , near where he currently resides with his third wife. He will talk on all subjects including his beliefs what he believes to be other conspiracies - the Robert Kennedy and MLK Assassinations and belief that there was more to 9/11 than has come out.  The CIA, he says hires the ' best professional group  of mechanics  from all over the world.' (Oswald was probably not one of them.)  Sahl believes that today's government leaders are 'not being held accountable' for their actions. Obama will do things on his own , without consulting even his own party; those who may disagree will not speak out against him, which makes our government look more and more like a fascist rule. 

     Today Mort Sahl flies pretty much under the radar, not necessarily by choice. Seems like things haven't changed for him much over all the years.  Perhaps like his late contemporary, Rodney Dangerfield,  Sahl doesn't get the respect he deserves. A recent   program, Mort Sahl: The Loyal Opposition, by Mr.Weide, was scrapped by PBS after one showing but you can read about it here:

 Perhaps Robert Weide sums it up best in the last paragrah of his writing, the Loyal Opposition. Of Sahl he writes :

     'Sahl's popularity started to rise again in the wake of the Watergate scandal. He continues to work, but without regular television exposure, younger audiences tend to be unaware of his historical significance and his continuing comedic chops. I believe that pound-for-pound, Mort is still the funniest standup working today. But his dance card deserves to be much fuller than it is these days. How guys like Bill Maher or Jay Leno can be thought of as our current political humorists when Mort is still alive and kicking is beyond me. But I digress.'



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