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Archive for June 3rd, 2011

More Health, Less Money

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With the jobs report that came out today, this ass-clown may get his wish.

President Hussein’s solicitor general, defending the Muslim Wookie Fucker’s 2010 health care take-over, on Wednesday, told a federal appeals court that Americans who didn’t like the individual mandate could always avoid it by choosing to earn less money.

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June 3, 2011 at 11:05 pm

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Jobs Prediction Blows

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Question I have for these “economists.” Do they have to meet payrolls of their own?

Employers hired far fewer workers than expected in May and the jobless rate rose to 9.1 percent as high energy prices and the effects of Japan’s earthquake bogged down the economy.

Nonfarm payrolls increased 54,000 last month, the weakest reading since September, the Labor Department said on Friday. Private employment rose just 83,000, the least since last June, while government payrolls dropped 29,000.

Economists had expected payrolls to rise 150,000 and private hiring to increase 175,000 in May. The government revised employment figures for March and April to show 39,000 fewer jobs created than previously estimated.

Looks like we need to hire more government workers.

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June 3, 2011 at 6:21 pm

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Montage Trois

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So I posted this question on my Facebook wall: What’s the best song to montage to?

Please note this doesn’t mean the best movie/tv montage out there or the best song I have seen complement a montage.

My answer:

Honorable mentions:

Are there others? Sure. But these were the three that popped in my head right after I asked the question. And we all know how much thought I put into these things.

Montages are meant to be over-the-top, and you need a song that can achieve this need to show that someone can go from n00b to Jedi Master in just a few minutes.

And I can’t exit this entry without posting this gem:

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June 3, 2011 at 5:43 pm

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Why Earn More Money When Your Health Care Is Free?

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Wow. And I remember when I was told that our former president was the stupid one in government.

The Kenyan Koffee Fetcher’s solicitor general, defending the national takeover of health care law on Wednesday, told a federal appeals court that Americans who didn’t like the individual mandate could always avoid it by choosing to earn less money.

Neal Kumar Katyal, the acting solicitor general, made the argument under questioning before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Cincinnati, which was considering an appeal by the Thomas More Law Center. (Listen to oral arguments here.) The three-judge panel, which was comprised of two Republican-appointed judges and a Democratic-appointed judge, expressed more skepticism about the government’s defense of the health care law than the Fourth Circuit panel that heard the Virginia-based Obamacare challenge last month in Richmond. The Fourth Circuit panel was made up entirely of Democrats, and two of the judges were appointed by Obama himself.

During the Sixth Circuit arguments, Judge Jeffrey Sutton, who was nominated by President George W. Bush, asked Kaytal if he could name one Supreme Court case which considered the same question as the one posed by the mandate, in which Congress used the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution as a tool to compel action.

Kaytal conceded that the Supreme Court had “never been confronted directly” with the question, but cited the Heart of Atlanta Motel case as a relevant example. In that landmark 1964 civil rights case, the Court ruled that Congress could use its Commerce Clause power to bar discrimination by private businesses such as hotels and restaurants.

“They’re in the business,” Sutton pushed back. “They’re told if you’re going to be in the business, this is what you have to do. In response to that law, they could have said, ‘We now exit the business.’ Individuals don’t have that option.”

Kaytal responded by noting that there’s a provision in the health care law that allows people to avoid the mandate.

“If we’re going to play that game, I think that game can be played here as well, because after all, the minimum coverage provision only kicks in after people have earned a minimum amount of income,” Kaytal said. “So it’s a penalty on earning a certain amount of income and self insuring. It’s not just on self insuring on its own. So I guess one could say, just as the restaurant owner could depart the market in Heart of Atlanta Motel, someone doesn’t need to earn that much income. I think both are kind of fanciful and I think get at…”

Sutton interjected, “That wasn’t in a single speech given in Congress about this…the idea that the solution if you don’t like it is make a little less money.”

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June 3, 2011 at 5:39 pm

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kkk’s Rule Of Life #70

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Always drop an old school beet; because it’s probably rotted and nasty.

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June 3, 2011 at 1:52 pm

Game 2 Surprise

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This is why I try to wait and find out what the final score is to a game before commenting on the contest.

As I was watching Game 2 between the Mavs and Heat, I watched Miami pull away in the third quarter. It was getting late and I had to wake up for work the next morning. I turned off the game, figuring Miami was going to go up 2-0. I was also going to make a comment that this series reminded me of the 2008 election. Why did I have this flashback? Because as time went on, I resigned myself to the Muslim Wookie Fucker becoming the next occupier of the White House. I had that same feeling for Game 1 and much of Game 2 regarding the heat. I didn’t want Miami to win the title, but there was nothing I could do but watch.

Then a funny thing happened.

The Mavericks won Game 2 by a score of 95-93.

I have HOPE~!!!

Actually, it won’t be the end of the world if the Heat win the NBA title. I like Dwyane Wade. I also like Mike Bibby. It’s just LeBron I don’t want to see win, which in the grand scheme of things isn’t a big deal. Besides, it’s not like King James has declared a jihad on my health insurance.

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June 3, 2011 at 9:34 am

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