Evolving Narrative = Changing Story = Pack of Lies

Too bad we don’t have a free press in this country. It would be nice if somebody would challenge the White House on this shit.

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14 Responses to Evolving Narrative = Changing Story = Pack of Lies

  1. myiq2xu says:

    I finally found an embeddable version I could post.

  2. carol haka says:

    Just watched 2nd episode of Homeland. Fucked up scary! :evil;

  3. votermom says:

    OT – What is the proper etiquette/protocol?
    So, my elementary kid went to a classmate’s bday party – they’ve been schoolmates a while. I noticed when we dropped off & picked up my kid that the mom was not around. When we get home my kid tells me she just found out that the mom passed away during the summer (cancer). I had a vague idea she was a cancer survivor – didn’t realize she was battling cancer. I knew her from school activities – just barely.
    So anyway, what should I do to acknowledge their loss? I can still mail a card, right?
    They are Presby – do they do prayer cards or masses like Catholics?

    • carol haka says:

      It’s the perfect time to do something really nice. All the friends and relatives have gone back to their lives and the family is probably feeling alone. Say you’re coming over and take something nice to eat for them.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Do you have a mutual friend who would know more details about the family’s requests to a charity or project ? Otherwise, donate to one of your favorites in memory of, and they will send the family a card acknowledging your memorial donation.

      Then again since she sounded more like an acquaintance than a friend, just a nice condolence card may just be enough. Which is what I would do.

      • Jadzia says:

        I usually send a card. For situations like this (especially where there are kids at home who need to be taken care of), sometimes it’s nice to send some kind of gift certificate for takeout or delivery food. Especially since the frozen casseroles have probably all been eaten by now.

  4. carol haka says:

    Just finished episode 3 of Homeland. It wouldn’t be quite as terrifying if we didn’t have a sleeper cell in the WH now. 👿

  5. yttik says:

    This is just going to be a nightmare:

    2,200 hospitals face Medicare penalties averaging $125K for patients returning with problems


    You can’t always predict when people are going to get sick again, especially when they’re older and have a medical problem.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I forgot where I saw the photo, a lovely, smiling 86-yr-old lady in a hospital bed after a heart valve repair surgery holding up a sign Repeal Obamacare. Seems this procedure will soon have a 75 yr old cut off age 😦 Scary sh*t. Sarah was right about the death panels.

    • swanspirit says:

      There are anxious patients ,anxious families ,conditions that are not amenable to treatment, conditions that recur no matter what treatment is given , exacerbations, remissions followed by recurrences; non- healing conditions due to any number of variables ;which are totally not in anyones control, not to mention non-compliant patients and families which all contribute to patients returning to the hospital . This will truly be a nightmare. This part of the obama tax seems as if someone wrote this part of the law who has no knowledge of health care what so ever .

  6. DeniseVB says:

    Wasn’t it Chris Christie who challenged David Gregory with Why don’t you ask Obama questions like this ? Go Christie !

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