Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Faint Speech

From Wiktionary: From Middle English, from Old French feindre, faindre (“to feign, to sham, to work negligently”), from Latin fingere (“to touch, handle, usually form, shape, frame, form in thought, imagine, conceive, contrive, devise, feign”).

4.Performed, done, or acted, in a weak or feeble manner; not exhibiting vigor, strength, or energy; slight; as, faint efforts; faint resistance.


Faint excuses.  Faint accountability. 

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Woman learns what her new premiums will be and collapses on stage.

Woman learns that the fines will kick in before he website is fixed.


Call now - operators are standing by!  But wait - it's not just a website it's a massively expensive bureaucracy.




President leads a surreal pep rally for ailing Obamacare.
Then there were the people Obama used as backdrops for his speech, people he said have “benefited from the Affordable Care Act already.” It turns out that was a stretch. One was a man who works in a Philadelphia restaurant, does not have health care through his employer, but has, according to a White House press handout, “recently used Healthcare.gov to process his application and is waiting for the options for potential plans.”
In fact, they couldn't find a dozen people who had successfully completed the process.

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  1. Liberals have come to believe that if they "think something" or "say something" it all becomes true. No fact finding, not research, no reality.

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