Portrait Of A President.


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The New York Times:

 

Meditation on President Obama’s Portrait

 

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Dawoud Bey’s photograph of the man who would soon be president was taken on a Sunday afternoon in early 2007, at Barack and Michelle Obama’s Hyde Park home in Chicago. The portrait is at once stately and informal. Mr. Obama’s hands are folded gracefully in his lap. He wears an elegant suit and white shirt, but no tie. He stares intensely into the camera.

 

The Museum of Contemporary Photography had commissioned Mr. Bey the year before to take a portrait of a notable Chicagoan. He had known the Obamas for several years and saw them periodically at social gatherings. Impressed with Mr. Obama’s keynote speech at the 2004 Democratic convention, Mr. Bey sensed a “growing air of expectancy” about him.

“When I was asked who I wanted to photograph,” Mr. Bey said, “it took me but a second to decide that I wanted to photograph him.”

Mr. Bey posed Mr. Obama at the head of the dining room table, light reflecting off its polished surface, and photographed him from an angle. “I wanted an interesting animation of the body, and finally through camera positioning and having him turn himself slightly I figured it out,” Mr. Bey said.

 

The photographer and his subject were comfortable with each other. Mr. Bey recalls that he asked Mr. Obama, who intended to be photographed in shirt sleeves, to put on a jacket. “I told him that I didn’t want the portrait to be that informal, and he was fine with that,” Mr. Bey said.

The portrait, which was featured in the Whitney Biennial this spring, reminds us how much has changed in the intervening seven years. Looking back, we grasp the physical toll the weight of presidential responsibility has taken on Mr. Obama. His hair is considerably darker and his expression more serene than in photographs of him today.

“It’s an unguarded intimate moment that Barack’s becoming president made less possible,” Mr. Bey said. “Certainly the ease with which the photograph was made, the lack of security, hanging out in the kitchen afterwards, all of that changed.”

The photograph depicts its famously private and introspective subject only months before he was to step into the abyss of presidential politics. And it defines him free of the stereotypes and myths that have come to characterize his presidency.

Idolized by supporters and attacked by enemies, presidents to a great extent lose control of their public image. They inevitably become the one-dimensional clichés that underwrite popular conceptions of them: John F. Kennedy as the tragic hero of an unattainable Camelot, for example, or Richard M. Nixon as the faithless “Tricky Dick.”

Mr. Obama’s race has rendered him particularly vulnerable to this kind of myth making. Right-wing extremists see him as an exemplar of what is wrong with America. He has become a symbol of a dark and foreign otherness, a threat to white supremacy and racial purity. To some, he is a Muslim conspirator, bent on dismantling American mores and traditions. To others, he is an angry black man covertly intent on avenging slavery and other historic injustices.

This myth making has not been limited to conservatives. A year after Mr. Bey photographed Mr. Obama, the candidate was rousing messianic fantasies on the left, stoked by the election’s most memorable image: Shepard Fairey’s “Hope” poster.

Distributed independently by the artist and later adopted by the Obama campaign, the poster was visually dynamic and politically effective. It radiated an aura of confidence and optimism. But Mr. Fairey’s schematic rendering of Mr. Obama — branded by a single, amorphous word — reduced the candidate to a cartoon like, racially ambiguous cipher.

Raking across Mr. Obama’s face, in a picture devoid of the color brown, was a broad swath of off-white paint, a metaphoric blank screen onto which voters were invited to project their dreams and aspirations. The “Hope” poster visually transformed a man who unambiguously defined himself as black into an icon of the unthreatening “postracial” politician.

The poster foreshadowed the myriad ways the image of this president would be appropriated, for better or worse, for political effect. In hindsight, Mr. Bey’s nuanced portrait — intimate and complex — provides a corrective to history. Rejecting political clichés and symbols, the artist reveals a dimension of Mr. Obama rarely evident in his politically charged public image: his humanity.

“The portrait conveys a degree of complexity, a sense of engagement, comfort, and a hint of weariness,” Mr. Bey observes in retrospect. “It breathes with the sense of a real person being described. That’s always what I hope to come away with: not merely the visualization of Barack Obama, but a momentary sense that a full and dimensional person is being described and looking back at you.”

This essay is co-published by the Hillman Photography Initiative at the Carnegie Museum of Art, which investigates the life cycle of images: their creation, transmission, consumption, storage, potential loss and re-emergence. For more on the Initiative and to offer public commentary on this image, click here.

Maurice Berger is a research professor and the chief curator at the Center for Art Design and Visual Culture at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and a consulting curator at the Jewish Museum in New York.

 

Thank you New York Times & Mr. .

 

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Michelle Obama Interviews Richard Sherman For Lets Move.


 

By Jueseppi B.

 

 

Michelle Obama Interviews Richard Sherman

 

by  May 29, 2014

 

First lady Michelle Obama interviews NFL cornerback Richard Sherman in a new video promoting her Let’s Move! campaign.

 

Sherman was visiting the White House with his team, the Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks, earlier this week.

 

During the video, Sherman demonstrates healthy cooking, and Obama jumps in as a sideline reporter, spoofing Sherman’s post-game rant that garnered national attention.

 

“Take me through your final plate,” the first lady says in the short clip.

 

“Well let me tell you,” Sherman responds. “We the best chefs in the game, so when you try us with an easy meal like salmon cakes and succotash, that’s the results you’re gonna get.”

 

Obama’s Let’s Move! campaign works to combat childhood obesity and encourages exercise and healthy eating.

 

Watch the full video below!

 

 

Thank you The Grio

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Campaign for Junk Food: First Lady Michelle Obama on Attempts to Roll Back Healthy Reforms.

 

 

The First Lady Speaks at a School NutritionDiscussion

 

Published on May 27, 2014

First Lady Michelle Obama delivers remarks before a discussion with school leaders and experts on issues about school nutrition

 

 

 

From The New York Times:

 

The Opinion Pages | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

 

The Campaign for Junk Food: Michelle Obama on Attempts to Roll Back Healthy Reforms.

 

MAY 28, 2014

 

WHEN we began our Let’s Move! initiative four years ago, we set one simple but ambitious goal: to end the epidemic of childhood obesity in a generation so that kids born today will grow up healthy.

To achieve this goal, we have adhered to one clear standard: what works. The initiatives we undertake are evidence-based, and we rely on the most current science. Research indicated that kids needed less sugar, salt and fat in their diets, so we revamped school lunch menus accordingly. When data showed that the lack of nearby grocery stores negatively affected people’s eating habits, we worked to get more fresh-food retailers into underserved areas. Studies on habit formation in young children drove our efforts to get healthier food and more physical activity into child care centers.

Today, we are seeing glimmers of progress. Tens of millions of kids are getting better nutrition in school; families are thinking more carefully about food they eat, cook and buy; companies are rushing to create healthier products to meet the growing demand; and the obesity rate is finally beginning to fall from its peak among our youngest children.

So we know that when we rely on sound science, we can actually begin to turn the tide on childhood obesity.

But unfortunately, we’re now seeing attempts in Congress to undo so much of what we’ve accomplished on behalf of our children. Take, for example, what’s going on now with the Women, Infants and Children program, known as WIC. This is a federal program designed to provide supplemental nutrition to low-income women and their babies and toddlers. The idea is to fill in the gaps in their diets — to help them buy items like fresh produce that they can’t afford on their own — and give them the nutrition they’re missing.

Right now, the House of Representatives is considering a bill to override science by mandating that white potatoesbe included on the list of foods that women can purchase using WIC dollars. Now, there is nothing wrong with potatoes. The problem is that many women and children already consume enough potatoes and not enough of the nutrient-dense fruits and vegetables they need. That’s why the Institute of Medicine — the nonpartisan, scientific body that advises on the standards for WIC — has said that potatoes should not be part of the WIC program.

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Unfortunately, this isn’t an isolated occurrence. We’re seeing the same kind of scenario unfold with our school lunch program. Back in 2010, Congress passed the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, which set higher nutritional standards for school lunches, also based on recommendations from the Institute of Medicine. Today, 90 percent of schools report that they are meeting these new standards. As a result, kids are now getting more fruits, vegetables, whole grains and other foods they need to be healthy.

This is a big win for parents who are working hard to serve their kids balanced meals at home and don’t want their efforts undermined during the day at school. And it’s a big win for all of us since we spend more than $10 billion a year on school lunches and should not be spending those hard-earned taxpayer dollars on junk food for our children.

 

Yet some members of the House of Representatives are now threatening to roll back these new standards and lower the quality of food our kids get in school. They want to make it optional, not mandatory, for schools to serve fruits and vegetables to our kids. They also want to allow more sodium and fewer whole grains than recommended into school lunches. These issues will be considered when the House Appropriations Committee takes up the annual spending bill for the Agriculture Department on Thursday.

 

 

Remember a few years ago when Congress declared that the sauce on a slice of pizza should count as a vegetable in school lunches? You don’t have to be a nutritionist to know that this doesn’t make much sense. Yet we’re seeing the same thing happening again with these new efforts to lower nutrition standards in our schools.

Our children deserve so much better than this. Even with the progress we have made, one in three children in this country is still overweight or obese. One in three is expected to develop diabetes in his or her lifetime. And this isn’t just about our children’s health; it’s about the health of our economy as well. We already spend an estimated $190 billion a year treating obesity-related conditions. Just think about what those numbers will look like in a decade or two if we don’t start solving this problem now.

The bottom line is very simple: As parents, we always put our children’s interests first. We wake up every morning and go to bed every night worrying about their well-being and their futures. And when we make decisions about our kids’ health, we rely on doctors and experts who can give us accurate information based on sound science. Our leaders in Washington should do the same.

 

 

Michelle Obama is the first lady of the United States.

 

 

Thank you The New York Times.

 

 

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The Campaign for Junk Food: First Lady Michelle Obama on Attempts to Roll Back Healthy Reforms.


 

By Jueseppi B.

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The First Lady Speaks at a School Nutrition Discussion

 

Published on May 27, 2014

First Lady Michelle Obama delivers remarks before a discussion with school leaders and experts on issues about school nutrition

 

 

 

Michelle Obama vs. Congress

 

 

 

 

 

From The New York Times:

 

The Opinion Pages | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

 

The Campaign for Junk Food: Michelle Obama on Attempts to Roll Back Healthy Reforms.

 

MAY 28, 2014

 

WHEN we began our Let’s Move! initiative four years ago, we set one simple but ambitious goal: to end the epidemic of childhood obesity in a generation so that kids born today will grow up healthy.

To achieve this goal, we have adhered to one clear standard: what works. The initiatives we undertake are evidence-based, and we rely on the most current science. Research indicated that kids needed less sugar, salt and fat in their diets, so we revamped school lunch menus accordingly. When data showed that the lack of nearby grocery stores negatively affected people’s eating habits, we worked to get more fresh-food retailers into underserved areas. Studies on habit formation in young children drove our efforts to get healthier food and more physical activity into child care centers.

Today, we are seeing glimmers of progress. Tens of millions of kids are getting better nutrition in school; families are thinking more carefully about food they eat, cook and buy; companies are rushing to create healthier products to meet the growing demand; and the obesity rate is finally beginning to fall from its peak among our youngest children.

So we know that when we rely on sound science, we can actually begin to turn the tide on childhood obesity.

But unfortunately, we’re now seeing attempts in Congress to undo so much of what we’ve accomplished on behalf of our children. Take, for example, what’s going on now with the Women, Infants and Children program, known as WIC. This is a federal program designed to provide supplemental nutrition to low-income women and their babies and toddlers. The idea is to fill in the gaps in their diets — to help them buy items like fresh produce that they can’t afford on their own — and give them the nutrition they’re missing.

Right now, the House of Representatives is considering a bill to override science by mandating that white potatoes be included on the list of foods that women can purchase using WIC dollars. Now, there is nothing wrong with potatoes. The problem is that many women and children already consume enough potatoes and not enough of the nutrient-dense fruits and vegetables they need. That’s why the Institute of Medicine — the nonpartisan, scientific body that advises on the standards for WIC — has said that potatoes should not be part of the WIC program.

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Unfortunately, this isn’t an isolated occurrence. We’re seeing the same kind of scenario unfold with our school lunch program. Back in 2010, Congress passed the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, which set higher nutritional standards for school lunches, also based on recommendations from the Institute of Medicine. Today, 90 percent of schools report that they are meeting these new standards. As a result, kids are now getting more fruits, vegetables, whole grains and other foods they need to be healthy.

This is a big win for parents who are working hard to serve their kids balanced meals at home and don’t want their efforts undermined during the day at school. And it’s a big win for all of us since we spend more than $10 billion a year on school lunches and should not be spending those hard-earned taxpayer dollars on junk food for our children.

 

 

Yet some members of the House of Representatives are now threatening to roll back these new standards and lower the quality of food our kids get in school. They want to make it optional, not mandatory, for schools to serve fruits and vegetables to our kids. They also want to allow more sodium and fewer whole grains than recommended into school lunches. These issues will be considered when the House Appropriations Committee takes up the annual spending bill for the Agriculture Department on Thursday.

 

 

 

Remember a few years ago when Congress declared that the sauce on a slice of pizza should count as a vegetable in school lunches? You don’t have to be a nutritionist to know that this doesn’t make much sense. Yet we’re seeing the same thing happening again with these new efforts to lower nutrition standards in our schools.

Our children deserve so much better than this. Even with the progress we have made, one in three children in this country is still overweight or obese. One in three is expected to develop diabetes in his or her lifetime. And this isn’t just about our children’s health; it’s about the health of our economy as well. We already spend an estimated $190 billion a year treating obesity-related conditions. Just think about what those numbers will look like in a decade or two if we don’t start solving this problem now.

The bottom line is very simple: As parents, we always put our children’s interests first. We wake up every morning and go to bed every night worrying about their well-being and their futures. And when we make decisions about our kids’ health, we rely on doctors and experts who can give us accurate information based on sound science. Our leaders in Washington should do the same.

 

 

Michelle Obama is the first lady of the United States.

 

 

Thank you The New York Times.

 

 

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#BringBackOurGirls


 

By Jueseppi B.

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These are the names of the kidnapped girls of Nigeria.

 

From The New York Times:

 

Nigerian Islamist Leader Threatens to Sell Kidnapped Girls

 

By 

 

DAKAR, Senegal — In a video message apparently made by the leader of the Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau claimed responsibility for the kidnapping of hundreds of schoolgirls nearly three weeks ago, called them slaves and threatened to “sell them in the market, by Allah.”

“Western education should end,” Mr. Shekau said in the 57-minute video, speaking in Hausa and Arabic. “Girls, you should go and get married.” The Islamist leader also warned that he would “give their hands in marriage because they are our slaves. We would marry them out at the age of 9. We would marry them out at the age of 12.”

The message was received by news agencies in Nigeria on Monday and is similar to previous videos purportedly from Boko Haram. It is the first time the group has claimed responsibility for the kidnappings, which have gripped Nigeria, ignited a rareantigovernment protest movement and embarrassed the government of President Goodluck Jonathan, who has so far been unable to rescue any of the teenage girls. They were abducted from their school in a remote corner of northeastern Nigeria on April 14.By some counts 276 remain missing.

 

At a rally in Lagos, Nigeria, on Monday, protesters pushed for the release of teenage girls abducted from their school in Chibok nearly three weeks ago. Credit Akintunde Akinleye/Reuters

At a rally in Lagos, Nigeria, on Monday, protesters pushed for the release of teenage girls abducted from their school in Chibok nearly three weeks ago. Credit Akintunde Akinleye/Reuters

 

The kidnappings are the latest assault by Boko Haram, which has committed dozens of massacres of civilians in its five-year insurgency in Nigeria’s north with the aim of destabilizing and ultimately overthrowing the Nigerian government. Earlier this year, for instance, more than 50 teenage boys were slaughtered — some burned alive — at a government school in the north. That attack, like many others, was quickly forgotten in Nigeria and barely noticed outside of it.

But the kidnappings of the girls have attracted rare international attention, with foreign governments weighing in.

Obama administration officials said on Monday that the United States had offered intelligence and information sharing to the Nigerian authorities, although they declined to specify what federal agency or agencies were helping to locate the missing girls. Marie Harf, a State Department spokeswoman, told reporters at a daily briefing that American officials had indications that many of the girls had “likely been moved out of the country to neighboring countries at this point.” She declined to specify which countries.

Jay Carney, the White House spokesman, said that President Obama had been briefed several times on the abductions and that the State Department had been “in regular touch with the Nigerian government about what we might do to help support its efforts to find and free these young women.”

The government’s helplessness so far — the army first claimed to have rescued the girls, then retracted the claim — has shaken Mr. Jonathan’s administration, and the president has spoken of reaching out to other governments, including the United States, for help, a rare admission of incapacity for a Nigerian leader.

In a vivid demonstration of how sensitive the issue has become for the government, two women protesting its response to the kidnappings were arrested Monday after a meeting in Abuja, the capital, with the wife of the president, according to leaders of the protest movement. The country is preparing to host a major economic summit meeting this week, making the unresolved kidnappings all the more embarrassing for officials there.

 

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The leader of Nigeria’s terrorist group Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, said his group was fighting to reinstate a medieval Islamic caliphate in northern Nigeria.

 

Last week, protesters marched on the country’s National Assembly in Abuja, and it was leaders of those marches who apparently angered Patience Jonathan, the wife of the president.

Mrs. Jonathan had invited mothers of the abducted girls to come to Abuja from Chibok, the remote northeastern town where the girls were seized, according to Hadiza Bala Usman, the organizer of the protests. But the “timeline was too short,” Ms. Usman said — there are no flights, and Chibok is several days’ journey by road.

The mothers from Chibok “delegated the responsibility” of meeting with Mrs. Jonathan to neighbors who were already in Abuja. But when the president’s wife discovered that the women with whom she met were not mothers of the missing girls, she became enraged, according to Ms. Usman and Pogu Bitrus, a Chibok official who knows both women.

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Mrs. Jonathan told the women, “You lied to us by saying you are a mother,” according to Ms. Usman. “Because of that we are detaining you.”

Mr. Bitrus said that Mrs. Jonathan “ordered that they be arrested for impersonation.”

A spokesman for the president, Reuben Abati, could not be reached Monday. A spokesman for Mrs. Jonathan was quoted in news reports as denying that anybody had been arrested.

The message from the Boko Haram leader once again highlighted the extent to which secular, Western-style schools are a principal target of the group, whose name roughly translates as “Western education is forbidden,” in an amalgam of pidgin English, Arabic and Hausa, one of the most commonly spoken languages in Africa. Mr. Shekau emphasized that the girls were taken because they were attending such a school.

“Western education is sin, it is forbidden, women must go and marry,” he said in the video message. Mr. Shekau also tried to justify the abduction of the girls by noting that Boko Haram members remain imprisoned in Nigeria.

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Someone You Should Know So You Can Avoid Them: KEITH KOFFLER, A White House Has Been.


 

By Jueseppi B.

I am veteran White House reporter Keith Koffler. Let's talk about what's really going on here. Well whats really going on here is stupidity Keith.

I am veteran White House reporter Keith Koffler. Let’s talk about what’s really going on here. Well whats really going on here is stupidity Keith.

 

I have been reading Keith Koffler’s attempt at running a blog for about 6 months. While I understand that not everybody loves our beloved President, Barack Hussein Obama, why some so called reporter would choose to write garbage in place of facts, well thats beyond my scope of comprehension.

 

I was building websites and computers back in 1985, and know from that experience the more people that visit a website and the more traffic that website draws, the slower and more difficult it is to process that website traffic.

 

Yesterday there was a rush on the Healthcare.gov website because as with most things involving humans, people waited until the very last possible moment to sign up and visit the Healthcare Marketplace, which caused a “glitch” in how smooth that website was able to process applications.

 

The very uneducated Mr. Keith Koffler reacted to a rush on the Healthcare.gov website in this way:

 

Healthcare.gov on the Fritz

 

by KEITH KOFFLER on MARCH 31, 2014, 4:53 PM

I’d say it’s incomprehensible that all these months after the site didn’t work, it still can’t handle a large load of people – except of course nothing with Obamacare is incomprehensible anymore.

 

I mean, THE OBAMA PEOPLE THEMSELVES PREDICTED A SURGE OF ENROLLMENTS TODAY.

 

I tried to enroll on the Virginia exchange – not that I would have completed the process – and got this:

 

healthcare.gov-error

 

As John McEnroe used to say to umpires, YOU CANNOT BE SERIOUS!

 

 

Now knowing Mr. Keith Koffler wouldn’t know his ass from a gopher hole when it comes to running a website or anything remotely connected to Internet Technologies….I would be willing to over look his dumbfuckery. The problem is his mindset is so screwed by his blatant racism and hatred of any & all things Barack Hussein Obama, that I cannot over look his dumbfuckery.

 

The sign posted on the Healthcare.gov website during the heavy usage at the website is the same type of notification I get when I visit my utilities website during a thing called “peak usage times.” It’s the same thing I hear when I call my local cable company during the hours between 10 AM and 3 PM, heavy usage times….and listen to a recording telling me “how important my business is and a customer service professional will be with me momentarily.”

 

I assume Mr. Keith Koffler has never experienced such daily occurrences when dealing with a business.

 

I seriously dislike a racist TeaTardedRepubliCANT Pseudo-Freudian Psycho-Sexual Secret-Whore Pro-caucasian Pro-Racist Anti-LGBTQA1 Anti- Feminist Reich Wing GOPretender Conselfishservative NRA-Gun Loving Nut Bag Party member such as Mr. Keith Koffler. Especially when that racist TeaTardedRepubliCANT Pseudo-Freudian Psycho-Sexual Secret-Whore Pro-caucasian Pro-Racist Anti-LGBTQA1 Anti- Feminist Reich Wing GOPretender Conselfishservative NRA-Gun Loving Nut Bag Party member has the nerve to write such dumbfuckery as what this Mr. Keith Koffler writes.

 

Stop by his blog spot and take a gander at what comes from his tiny diseased mind…. White House Dossier,

 

About

 

White House Dossier, written by veteran White House reporter Keith Koffler, is the only 24/7, totally independent, and fully unauthorized White House news website.  It delivers a unique blend of White House reporting, commentary and analysis – with frequent doses of humor and satire – to carry forward journalism’s traditional mission of holding the powerful to account. The website focuses mainly on President Obama, his administration, and his antagonists.

 

Award winning journalist Keith Koffler has 16 years of experience covering Washington. As a reporter for CongressDailyNational Journal magazine, and Roll Call, Keith wrote primarily from the White House, covering three presidents and learning as few have the intricacies of the West Wing and the behavior and motivations of its occupants. While mainly stationed at the White House, he also extensively covered Congress and Washington’s lobbyists.

 

Keith has also written for a variety of other news organizations, including PoliticoReutersThe Daily Caller, and The London Observer and appeared on Fox News, C-Span, Sirius XM’s POTUS radio, and numerous other radio and TV outlets. He currently writes regular opinion columns for Politico.

 

His work has been referenced in many major domestic and international news outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the BBC, the Washington Post, the London Telegraph, the Daily Mail,National Review the Weekly Standard and the Huffington Post.

 

Keith is a past winner of the $10,000 Force of Language prize for writing from the publishers of The Atlantic magazine.

 

 

Yeah. Uh Huh.

 

Racist GOPukes are so worried that The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act (ObamaCARES) will be successful and that a Negro President will get credit for giving 7 million to 9.5 million Americans a pathway to affordable healthcare, many for the very first time, that they will do anything possible to derail that healthcare train. Sad thing is that most of these traitors are in the media. Are in our houses of local and federal government. Meaning we the people voted them into office.

 

The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act (ObamaCARES) will be successful, because Americans need and want healthcare coverage. That you can take to the bank.

 

 

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