The putting of an elite, uber-educated liberal on the hot seat is from time-to-time is both instructive and good for the republic.
Ivy Leaguers (not all but many) tend to consider themselves superior, particularly Ivy Leaguers who go on to careers in government. And right now our government is awash in Ivy Leaguers.
If you work hard, pay your bills, pay your taxes, raise your kids, go to church and make prudent choices about your life, to Jonathan Gruber, and those in his circle, you are an unsophisticated rube.
The VA is a microcosm of a national health care system and Obamacare is nothing but a precursor to national health care.
Nemesis, the ancient mythological Greek goddess whose job it is to take down those guilty of hubris, is now living fulltime in the Obama White House.
How many will die if the Department of Health & Human Services becomes to the U.S. general population what the Veterans Administration is to our military veterans?
Whatever else happens with Obamacare, one thing is fairly certain. The next proposed big-government solution to a real or perceived big societal problem is likely to be met with considerable skepticism.
The Congressional Budget Office projects 2.5 million fewer fulltime workers by 2017 as a result of Obamacare.
Liberals believe that there is no societal ill that does not call for a massive dose of government – despite now four full generations of compelling evidence to the contrary.
Good policy is good politics and the best possible policy is to get this horrendous law off the books as quickly as possible.