Post by ibrake4rappers13 on Nov 15, 2013 2:00:00 GMT -5
Jon Stewart Bashes Obamacare Rollout: You Ran on ‘Yes We Can’ Not ‘Pobody’s Nerfect!’
Jon Stewart opened Thursday night’s Daily Show with a crazy double-header: the increasingly ridiculous Obamacare rollout and the even more increasingly ridiculous of the crack-smoking, loud-mouthed, “intoxicant aficionado” Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.Stewart mocked President Obama for hedging on the earlier promise to get the Obamacare site up and running perfectly by the end of November, though in the president’s defense, he “did not say which November.” He said Obama ran on “Yes We Can” not “Pobody’s Nerfect.”But as bad as the rollout’s been, nothing could compare to the series of hilarious events going on in Toronto, where Rob Ford admitted to buying drugs and the city council voted overwhelmingly to… politely ask him to please very much consider stepping down. Or as Stewart put it, “Justice. Canadian style!”He said, “This fucking guy is a one-man episode of COPS.” But what really set him off was the remark Ford made about eating pussy, which led him to cry, “Somewhere in a basement through his tears,Anthony Weiner is going ‘WHAT THE F*CK?’”on Stewart Bashes Obamacare Rollout: You Ran on ‘Yes We Can’ Not ‘Pobody’s Nerfect!’
February 6, 1974...< Nhttp://www.kaiserhealthnews.org/Stories/2009/September/03/nixon-proposal.aspxixon's Plan For Health Reform, In His Own Words: >COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN (CHIP)
Early last year, I directed the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare to prepare a new and improved plan for comprehensive health insurance. That plan, as I indicated in my State of the Union message, has been developed and I am presenting it to the Congress today. I urge its enactment as soon as possible.
The plan is organized around seven principles:
First, it offers every American an opportunity to obtain a balanced, comprehensive range of health insurance benefits;
Second, it will cost no American more than he can afford to pay; Third, it builds on the strength and diversity of our existing public and private systems of health financing and harmonizes them into an overall system;
Fourth, it uses public funds only where needed and requires no new Federal taxes;
Fifth, it would maintain freedom of choice by patients and ensure that doctors work for their patient, not for the Federal Government.
Sixth, it encourages more effective use of our health care resources;
And finally, it is organized so that all parties would have a direct stake in making the system work--consumer, provider, insurer, State governments and the Federal Government....< Read Nixon's entire speech at link above.