You know I’m all about the conspiracy. What you might not know is that I don’t want the conspiracy to be true. But lately, it’s getting harder and harder to believe in all these coincidences, oops my bads and downright fabrications. The Yankees won and most of us were sufficiently distracted, but unless you have cable, broadcast television has dropped the ball of providing me the drug. So I’m left with almost less than nothing and have discovered radio, podcasts, audio books, George Green, Art Bell’s Coast to Coast and Project Camelot. And with a repertoire that already includes the likes of  Alex Jones, Michael Tsarion, Jordan Maxwell and David Icke, lets just say, it gets harder and harder to drink the koolaid.
But all that said, I still wake up every morning, wanting to believe in Santa Claus, Easter Bunnies, and that when I press the invisible communicator on my chest, Scotty will understand that I’m ready to come home. And then I check my aol email and someone sent me a link to this crap! (see below) and it compels me to create a new category for my blog called How the World Will End. UGH!

House Narrowly Passes Historic Health Care Bill

The U.S. House of Representatives narrowly passed a massive overhaul of the American health care system Saturday night by a vote of 220 to 215. One Republican, Rep. Joseph Cao of Louisiana, crossed the aisle to vote for it, while 39 Democrats joined the Republicans in opposing the measure.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called passage of the bill “an historic moment for our nation and for America’s families,” while Republicans warned that the bill will raise taxes, increase insurance premiums and make cuts to Medicare. An enormous round of applause broke out throughout the House chamber when the crucial 218th vote was cast to ensure the bill’s passage.
The $1.3 trillion-dollar bill would require individuals to buy health insurance, and would also require medium and large businesses to provide it to their employees. Consumers would be able to buy their insurance on an exchange, which would include a public insurance option for people who do not have access to insurance through their jobs. Low- and middle-income families would receive government subsidies to purchase insurance, which would be be paid for through tax increases on individuals making more than $500,000 per year, as well as fees on medical providers. Finally, the bill would prohibit insurance companies from dropping or denying coverage based on pre-existing conditions or cost of care.
Click HERE to read the rest of the Patricia Murphy article.
The thing that’s amazing me in this whole process is the Obama bashing and blaming the democrats when this is an obvious case of same shit, different day.