Headlines I Wish I Hadn’t Seen

Harry Reid: ObamaCare is just a step toward eventual single-payer system.

People have more empathy for battered dogs than battered human adults.

Krugman: for the economy, uncertainly doesn’t matter. (Not kidding. He really is saying this.)

First Dog gets his own airplane.

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  1. Ashley says:

    And now we are step closer to the cliff.

  2. Richard G says:

    People can be pretty irrational. I think all the links are examples of this

  3. Bosh says:

    Well Dogs are substantially nicer than humans, so that makes sense. You never hear of German Shepards committing mass genocide.

  4. Barry says:

    No, “economic policy uncertainty” is not harming economic growth…Krugman is supposed to be so smart, why is he saying these things that make him seem less so…

  5. Levin says:

    Even his dog has a private jet…this is why we can’t have NICE THINGS.

  6. John R. Graham says:

    I think it’s a little unfair for the President to go somewhere other than Camp David or his personal property on vacation. If memory serves, President Reagan went to his ranch in California, and President Bush went to his ranch in Texas.

    The reason is that Camp David is public property and is permanently secure. The President’s personal vacation home can also be made secure during the entire period of his presidency. So, when the President goes there, it’s easy to “stand up” all the bells and whistles required.

    But to go on vacation like ordinary people is surely disruptive and more expensive to taxpayers than what President Reagan or President Bush did.

    Of course, President Obama does not have a ranch, nor the wealth that either Reagan or Bush had. But I’m sure he can get a mortgage on good terms, given his anticipated future earnings post-retirement!