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Obama laughs as he elevates Ingram from targeting conservative groups to IRS’ implementation of Obamacare
This is obama spitting in our eye – again. He will have the IRS harrass the tea party or anyone who dares to speak out against him.. He is truly a TYRANT.
Lerner’s superior, Sarah Hall Ingram, was the most senior political appointee in charge of exempt organizations reviews during the years when the IRS was targeting right-wing groups. This year the Obama administration has elevated her to a position of authority over the tax implementation of the Affordable Care Act, the president’s signature health care overhaul.
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Posted: 05.18.13 A. D. @ 8:11 a.m.
Racist tax levied only against white people! Hidious discrimination.
The Obama administration is turning up the heat on tanning salons across the country with the passage of its new health care bill.
To help fund the $940 billion health care overhaul, a 10% tax on individuals receiving indoor tanning services was tacked on, and the initiative is expected to generate $2.7 billion over ten years.
As a result, many salon goers and owners are outraged by the so-called “tanning tax” and think they’re being unfairly targeted by the bill.
“It’s terrible,” said Jan Meshon, owner of City Sun Tanning in New York City. “You know how they say that passing a bill is a bit like making sausage? Well this was the weirdest, ugliest piece of sausage to get stuffed into the bill.”
City Sun Tanning customers are shocked and disappointed by the tax as well, and Meshon said he expects the tax to hurt business.
“We’ll do everything to keep our customers, but they are very upset by this,” he said. “When they first hear about the tax, their reaction is, ‘What? How did that get in there? Why are they attacking me?'” http://alturl.com/2yzp8
Posted: 07.03.12 @ 12:07 p.m.
No comment. Just no comment.
Posted: 06.29.12 A.D. @1:07 p.m.
A prominent U.S. government advisory panel is recommending that men of all ages no longer be screened for prostate cancer by undergoing the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an independent group of medical experts in prevention and evidence-based medicine, said PSA screening results in overdiagnosis of prostate cancer and unnecessary treatment that can leave men impotent or incontinent.
Basing its recommendation mainly on two major trials of PSA testing in asymptomatic men in the United States and Europe, the task force concluded screening may only help one man in every 1,000 to avoid dying from prostate cancer.
Well, that’s a relief, only one in a thousand. That is, unless you are the one that could have been saved. It’s not the PSA screening that has all these side effects, but the surgery, right? Those who oppose this say that the PSA is the only effective tool for early detection. This panel is recommending that men of all ages no longer be tested.
The way this is written, it sounds like all these dire side effects are the result of the test. There should be no side effects to a blood test.
This is the same panel that rejected regular mammograms for women in their 40s.
Rationing? You betcha’.
The question is who and what is this panel making these recommendations? Well, even though they are said to be “independent,” they are funded, staffed, and appointed by the HHS (under the direction of “she who sitteth upon many waters,” apostate Kathleen Sebelius.)
The task force (USPSTF), a panel of primary care physicians and epidemiologists, is funded, staffed, and appointed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Current members of USPTF (mostly professors) : http://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/uspstbio.htm
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 charges the USPSTF with making an annual report to Congress…..
HHS, USPSTF, IPAB, IRS, and other government agencies all working together to take over healthcare under obamacare.
Posted: 05.22.12 @ 8:17 a.m.
He started this. The time is at hand to make the stand. He is a real piece of work, taking on the church, the supreme court, the rule of law, just trying to undermine the entire constitution. If he is able to rip this consitution, which is his utmost desire, we are all going to be eating dog meat for a long time to come.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has taken a bold stand for religious freedom. In a recent statement, titled “Our First, Most Cherished Liberty,” the bishops call for repeal of contraception coverage mandated by the Department of Health and Human Services. The clarified position sets up a dramatic confrontation with the Obama administration—and would, if the bishops prevail, help preserve the religious liberty of all Americans.
Barack Obama listens to a question from a guests attending the Health Care Summit.
The HHS mandate requires employers to provide insurance coverage for contraception and sterilization services. It is, according to the bishops, an “unjust law.” They write: “It cannot be obeyed and therefore one does not seek relief from it, but rather its repeal.”
The statement is a rebuke of President Obama and the so-called accommodation his administration proposed in February. It also raises the stakes between the president and the leaders of America’s Catholic Church.
The bishops call on Catholics in America, “in solidarity with our fellow citizens,” not to obey the law. They implicitly compare the HHS regulation to a segregation-era statute, and even cite Martin Luther Kind Jr.’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.” In a not-so-subtle manner, the bishops tell the Obama administration that they are willing to go to prison rather than comply with the mandate’s provisions.
Posted: 04.23.12 @ 8:52 a.m.
That’s the Supreme Court he’s talking about. He actually said “unintelected”.
“And I’d just remind conservative commentators that for years what we’ve heard is the biggest problem on the bench was judicial activism or a lack of judicial restraint, that an unelected group of people would somehow overturn a duly constituted and passed law.” Obama said.
It certainly was not passed by a “strong majority” and isn’t every law that the Supreme Court considers a law passed by a “democratically elected congress?”
I am confident this will be upheld because it should be upheld.
And again, that is not just my opinion. That is the opinion of a whole lot of constitutional law professors and academics and judges and lawyers who have examined this law, even if they’re not particularly sympathetic to this piece of legislation or my presidency.
He sure is counting on people being “ignert” as Al Sharpton says.
Posted: 04.3.12 @8:29 a.m.