By failing to include in its analysis anything to do with the massive unfunded liabilities the government faces, S&P’s announcement becomes totally useless and counterproductive. By failing to inform, it becomes a party to the crime.
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What a breath of fresh air! He’s decided to “go vet” – that is, treat his practice as if he were a veterinarian: cash on the way out, no waiting.
This vote was purely political. As the monstrosity called Obamacare is implemented, and people can finally “see what’s in it,” the Republicans want to be sure they are on the right side of the issue come 2014 and 2016.
Talk about bang for my buck. I can’t think of a better deal than this, can you?
Neither DeMint nor Heritage are perfect. I disagree strongly with some of their neo-conservative positions. But Heritage could scarcely have done any better than picking DeMint to run the place.
Is Dr. Ben going to Washington? It sure sounds like it.
I like Paul Ryan. I really do. I really want him to cut government spending. But with such little support from other House members and voters who think Medicare is just dandy, his new budget hasn’t got a prayer.
Perhaps you’ve seen this. If not, it’s worth three minutes of your time. Complexity reduced to simplicity.
Parsing his response to Obama’s SOTU speech last night reveals Rubio’s progressivism.
Doctors and patients alike are increasingly enjoying the practice of medicine the way it used to be: doctor-to-patient, pay-at-the-door, have-a-nice-day kind of medicine.