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Pre-Halloween Tweets

As further examples of the Obamacare gift that keeps on giving, today's Tweet of the Day winner and runner-up keep the pressure applied.

Today's Honorable Mention gets the award for brilliantly blending two recent debacles into one short 140 characters.

Favorite Tweets From Oct 25th

Thanks to Scott Graves for initiating this fun Twitter thread!

For the record, he started it!

Favorite Tweets Of Oct 23rd

This may or may not become a recurring post on some schedule that I will not commit at this time, but it has been very fun in the Twitter universe of late.

Not to self-promote, but my #1 of the day was a personal one:

Obamacare: Bad Getting Worse

Much has been publicized about the problems with the roll-out of Obamacare (specifically its website, Healthcare.Gov). Media outlets are expressing dismay and disappointment as their reporters waste precious broadcast segments in repeated failed attempts to demonstrate the website to the public. For many, they have tried multiple times at different times clamouring for that interaction that they can label a "success".


Boehner Gambit Will Not Work

The recent conversation from US House Speaker John Boehner, where he warned his fellow Republicans "against using the threat of a government shutdown to stop the implementation of Obamacare" is disappointing. It is disappointing because it further evidences a failure of understanding and failure of strategy.

Obamacare: Two Months and Counting

Less than two months before much of Obamacare is scheduled to begin, this is a good time to view the status and glimpse the future.

Based on published information, Obamacare will be providing subsidies for singles making almost $50K and a family of four making almost $100K. The subsidy is graduated , but the current implementation sets an expectation that large numbers of poor and middle-class Americans will be receiving benefits from this ever-growing program.

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