Tweet I wrote a post about the fact that, when it comes to delivering a message, style is as important as content. I got a lovely email in return from Greg Joyce, at Willoughby Films: I couldn’t agree more with your point, that conservatives need to make an emotional (maybe “entertaining” would be a better [...]
Tag Archive 'Insurance'
Tweet A video that illustrates why the Democrats’ recurrent analogy between mandatory car insurance and mandatory health insurance works perfectly — works perfectly, that is, if you want to show the absurdity of mandatory insurance.
Tweet A fluke is a one time thing, a bizarre coming together of circumstances that cannot be relied upon to occur on a regular basis. We’ll hope that Sandra Fluke falls into this category, because she’s been a headache. (Although, I suspect, for many outside of New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, her arguments, [...]
Tweet Many pundits opined that Obama, being a bright guy, would learn from his myriad failures in 2009. Over here at Bookworm Room, however, I repeatedly said that Obama is the type of malignant narcissist who will never learn from experience. Unlike a social narcissist — that would be Clinton — who desperately craves approval [...]
Tweet I enjoyed the way in which James Taranto summed up — and eviscerated — Obama’s innocuous suggestion that mandatory insurance is entirely akin to uninsured motorist insurance: In his speech to a joint session of Congress last night, the president offered what presumably was meant to sound like an innocuous, or at least reasonable, [...]
Tweet Okay, it’s actually called the Kennedy bill, but it’s the realization of Obama’s insistence on the federal government forcing and funding mandatory health insurance. Keith Hennessey, in addition to giving links for you to read the bill yourself, explains the substantive parts of the bill, as well as the probable practical and economic effects [...]
Tweet I don’t have actual knowledge here. I’m just wondering. The lede from the AP is that the number of uninsured dropped by more than a million people last year: The number of people without health insurance fell by more than 1 million in 2007, the first annual decline since the Bush administration took office, [...]