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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Cruising the Web

Awwww. One congressional Democrat thinks that it just isn't fair that congressional aides as well as the Congressmen to have to be subjected to Obamacare. The rest of America is weeping for them.

Sharyl Attkisson is giving out some more information on the suspicious intrusion into both her CBS work computer and her personal computer at home. It all sounds very intriguing.
“Whoever was in my work computer, the only thing I was working on were work-related things with CBS were big stories I guess during the time period in questions were I guess Benghazi and ‘Fast and Furious.’ The intruders did have access to personal information including passwords to my financial accounts and so on, but didn’t tamper with those, so they weren’t interested in stealing my identity or doing things to my finances. So people can decide on their own what they might have been trying to do in there.”
It does raise eyebrows, doesn't it? She says that CBS is continuing to investigate.

This exemplifies true chutzpah. Harry Reid is complaining that the House isn't proceeding to conference to on the budget. I guess he figures that no one will remember the four years that the Senate went without passing a budget.

Are you ready for Gingrich 2016? Please. No.

Democrats make real fools of themselves as they tweet their attempt to feed themselves on the average benefits from food stamps.

John Hawkins interviews Helen Smith on her book, Men on Strike: Why Men Are Boycotting Marriage, Fatherhood, and the American Dream – and Why It Matters. Very interesting.

2 comments:

LargeBill said...

" The problem is not the employees, but a the giveaway program itself."

Exactly! With any government handout program (food stamps, disability, welfare, Pigford nonsense, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc,. . . .) the question is not whether the program will be abused but rather when it will be abused. All government assistance should be ended. Particularly any cash based assistance.

Rick Caird said...

The SNAP challenge shows us why our legislators should never be allowed close to a budget. The should have a budget presented to them, but even then they screw up.