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Giveaway of the Day
If he’s elected to the U.S. Senate in November, Arkansas Rep. Tom Cotton may want to buy a beer for his Dem opponent, Sen. Mark Pryor. Pryor held a press conference today to speak out against Cotton’s views on Medicare … and wound up pimping Cotton’s campaign website. Whoops: Mark Pryor uses placard at press […] Twitchy » US Politics
California Residents Learn Obamacare Headaches Don’t End Once You’ve Finally Made It Past the Website
“I can’t imagine this is how President Obama wanted it to happen.”
“…we could expect an approach to communism beginning here and now to be far more open, humane, democratic, participatory and egalitarian than the Russian and Chinese attempts managed.”
“…were made available without her knowledge or consent.”
There’s a slight difference.…
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Get in line, sister.
Will the toaster still be loyal?
MyCancellation.com is a new Tumblr devoted to collecting health insurance cancellation notices and stories from Obamacare’s victims.
‘Is that how leadership works’? Joe Biden on O-care website: Sorry, president and I aren’t ‘technology geeks’
Joe Biden addressed the HealthCare.gov train wreck today, and this would be a fitting way to kick off his 2016 campaign.
From “big effin deal” to “big effin fail”:
This particular Twitter user appears to have been trying to enroll for quite some time:
404 error-induced insanity. #GetCovered
Individuals visiting MSNBC.com over the weekend will be greeted with a new splash page billing the new website as “what progressives have been waiting for.”
“Want a sneak peek at the new msnbc.com?” the splash page asks. “It’s what progressives have been waiting for.”
On the other side of the splash page, visitors are told to visit NBC News for “breaking news and reporting.”
That can’t be true, can it? Sarah Palin posted a message to Facebook Thursday calling the story of a DHS employee running a race war website on the side “unflippingbelievable.”
Yes, it’s down this evening. Here’s the message we receive when we try to access the site:
No comment yet from the Department’s Twitter feed.
That didn’t take long at all: