Obamacare Revealed!

We have heard a right-wing meme that some in the middle or left have been mistakenly using since to first days of the U.S. Health Care Debate: “Obamacare

No such thing existed, until today.

Perhaps under pressure by the grassroots push for Senate reconciliation, the president has moved in the direction that I and others urged him toward near to the beginning of the health care debate surrounding the congressional reform bills.

If there is a bipartisan support for the president’s proposal then Senate reconciliation measures may prove ultimately avoidable. As all rational people advocating for reconciliation understand the underlying drawback to using the process.

Still reading…

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Jon Stewart Castrates The Blogosphere

As is usually the case, it is left to the Comedy Central programming of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart to point out these funny aspects of our media and our society that go mainly overlooked.

From “The Blogs Must Be Crazy” segment:

It’s almost as if these headlines are freakishly out of proportion to the content contained within them.

Oh, did you Comedy Central writers notice that too?

A good headline makes all the difference, and if somebody isn’t getting castrated, eviscerated and then decapitated its just not a good headline.

I guess the real title of this post is: Lightborn Eviscerates The Blogosphere

But I have a suggestion: the “versus posts.”

Someone vs. Someone, instead of Someone metaphorically cannibalizes Someone else.

Just a thought…