To Those Who Poo-poo

AS PARANOID DELUSIONS the claims from we in the Right that Democrats abuse their political power to disenfranchise Republican voters and deny the free exercise of constitutionally-protected rights (Which is a federal offense, BTW, 18 USC 241-242 — when will we see cabinet officers prosecuted under these statutes?)… Pay close attention to the IRS scandal as it continues to unfold.

And, no, the furious sweepings of Elijah Cummings, inter alia, notwithstanding, the scandal is not yet under the rug, though not for lack of trying.

And, yes, it does mean that Obama’s re-election is, at best, electorally suspect. We don’t really have a clear path to deal with a stolen election. But, given the Left’s proclivity for dirty tricks and shady dealings, you have to know it was bound to come up sooner or later.

2 responses to “To Those Who Poo-poo

  1. It’s only going to get worse, especially with the IRS now enforcing parts of Obamacare. I look forward to the day (do I even need sarcasm tags?) when my mother or father is denied health care because they voted or gave money to a Republican.

    Oh, they won’t claim it’s for that, of course. They “just need to take a pill”. Or some other such rot.

    • Mark Philip Alger

      I’ve been convinced for a long time that the smart move is going to be to avoid first-dollar, low-deductible “insurance” to finance health care. Cash for services has, for me, turned out to be quite the money saver. And it appears that the market is responding sensibly to the distortions of Obamacare, with doctors refusing to accept insurance, offering packages such as concierge medicine which look to not only save money and get rid of the need to interface with the government AND improve service all at the same time.

      Of course, there’s the fine. But I think I could endure that for a couple of years until Obama is gone and there’s a chance to either repeal it or cut it back to the people who really need it.

      The reaction may actually break the whole employer-paid-insurance regime in the end, which I would call a big win.

      M