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Obama administration to ensure that the innocent and most vulnerable get swine flu vaccines first

And by “innocent and most vulnerable”, I’m naturally referring to…Gitmo detainees.  No, I’m not lying.  Excerpt:

“As long as Americans must wait to receive the vaccine, the detainees in Guantanamo Bay should not be given preferential treatment to receive the H1N1 vaccination,” Rep. Bart Stupak (D-Mich.) wrote in a letter to Secretary of the Army John McHugh on Friday.Pence, too, shared Stupak’s concerns, but he also used his interview Friday to take a shot at Democrats — and their handling of other healthcare crises — in particular.

“I think this is exactly the kind of misadministration of healthcare, this and other aspects of the way this government is responding to the H1N1 virus, that ought to give the American people great pause about this massive government-run insurance plan that’s been unveiled this week by House Democrats,” Pence said.

Nice to see that B.O. has his priorities straight.  I mean, in light of a vaccine shortage that has resulted in rationing (but that would never happen under nationalized medicine, right?), why should a snot-nosed little kindergartener in America get preferential treatment over a misunderstood bloodthirsty camelhumping jihadist, right?

Hey, I’ve got an awesome idea!  Since the feds are doing such a bang-up job with swine flu vaccine shortages, how about we let them run 1/6th of our nation’s economy?  What could go wrong?

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November 2, 2009 Posted by | Cuba, health care, Obama, swine flu | 4 Comments

Weekend in review

Here’s the haps from the weekend:

My county now has a case of the swine flu at one of the local schools.  Friggin’ wonderful.

RIP Jack Kemp.

You know how I’ve been saying for the last five years that global “warming” nuts prefer to use the term “climate change” or other euphemisms when it’s cold and “global warming” when it’s hot?  The NYT confirms this calculated effort by the environuts.

Finally, the Obamedia does some deep investigative journalism of the president.  Excerpt:

Obamas take a walk, holding hands in the evening

WASHINGTON — The first couple took full advantage of the cool spring night.
After a date night out on Saturday evening, President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama decided to take a stroll when their motorcade arrived back at the White House.

So they began walking on the driveway of the White House South Lawn while holding hands. First they passed the West Wing, then their children’s swing set. They kept walking, swinging their hands together. … 

The Obama administration threatened to use the power of the adoring “enchanted” press corps to destroy a Chrysler investment firm if it didn’t go along with Chavez’ Oprompter’s bankruptcy plan.  Chicago thuggery at its finest, no?  Paging Mr. Orwell!

Our ideologue president gets to pick a Supreme Court justice, since Souter is retiring.  The balance of the court isn’t changing, since Souter’s a leftist anyway.  But the odds-on favorite to be his replacement is a woman who says that “the courts are where policy is made“.  But hey, why would you go thinking she might be a leftist judicial activist or something?

Napolitano is at it again.  Yet another memo has emerged from her agency that describes a different breed of “extremists”: People who oppose giving drivers licenses, in-state tuition, medical benefits, or public schooling to criminal aliens.  That pretty much paints the vast majority of Americans as “extremists”, no?  Conspicuous by its absence from the list of “extremists”, however, is Muslim extremists.  “Jewish extremists” is on the list, though, although for the life of me, I can’t recall an act of domestic terrorism perpetrated by a Jewish extremist.

May 4, 2009 Posted by | big government, environuts, global warming, media bias, news bytes, Obama, religion of peace, shameful, Supreme Court, swine flu | 3 Comments

Dem Congressman wants to close the Mexican border

Finally, a Dem with some common sense about the security risk posed by a porous border with Mexico!  At long last, a leftie who recognizes the economic drain on this country by the hordes of criminal immigrants taxing our social infrastructure with demands on our criminal justice system, health care system, etc.!

Just kidding.  His sole concern is the swine flu problem.  All those other problems are no big whoop.

To recap: Closing the border due to reasons unrelated to swine flu is not feasible, but closing the border due to to swine flu is totally doable and a moral imperative.

Got it.  Thanks for the clarification.

April 27, 2009 Posted by | illegal immigration, Mexico, swine flu | 3 Comments