Monday, April 14, 2014

Why does “page not found” sound so familiar?

Kathleen Sebelius was delivering her farewell speech, following her resignation from HHS. She had such a fine roll-out of ObamaCare that her legacy will live forever, I’m sure. There were a limited number of 404 errors (“page not found” errors)…that is if you mean fewer than 12-14 Million. And just to stay in form, she was able to demonstrate similar competence in her speech. Right in the middle, she discovered that there was a page missing! “Page not found!” 404 error! 

If this were a isolated incident, it might (I say MIGHT) be forgivable. But this administration has had a deluge of errors that just won’t let up. Remember corpse for Corps? How about 57 states? Maybe you liked “If you like your policy, you can keep your policy.” Your favorite might have been, “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.” Then there was the announcement that ACA would save most Americans $2,500.00! What a deal! 

Let’s not forget seeing many of those who had made the ultimate sacrifice sitting in the audience.  There was the Austrian language, the Breathalyzer test at the children’s hospital, and the intercontinental railroad. 

Oh, and remember that his uncle helped liberate Auschwitz, and his home state of Illinois is closer to Kentucky than Arkansas, his parents meeting  in Selma 4 years before he was born and his “my Muslim faith” remark.

Oops! I almost forgot about Europe as a country, Eau Claire being a U.S. state and the Constitution being written 20 centuries ago.  

He dutifully reported that a tornado had killed 10,000 people when it had really only killed 20, and the FBI celebrated its 100th day while Obama was in office. He was mostly right about saying that his healthcare plan would bring more “inefficiencies” to the system. He also reminded us that JFK helped bring his father to the United States. 

Oh, gosh! Sunrise, Florida became Sunshine, Florida and Sioux Falls, South Dakota became Sioux City. He also saw fit to deliver a “Love Speech” in Cairo. And there were not enough translators to go around, since there were so many in Iraq, leaving too few to be used in Afghanistan. 

Do you really need me to enumerate the gaffes spoken by Joe Biden? 

How many stupid, seemingly minor, mistakes would have to accumulate to convince you that maybe everybody in the Obama administration is just sort totaly incompetent?


Glenn E. Chatfield said...

Just a bunch of Manchurian candidates, so they don't have to be smart. All they have to do is follow directions.

Joe said...

GEC: Who points them in the "right" direction?

Glenn E. Chatfield said...

With no moral standard, the "right" decision is what benefits the agenda.

Duckys here said...

Who's directions, Glenn, George Soros?

Any more conspiracy theories for the day?

Xavier Onassis said...

G.E.C. - "Just a bunch of Manchurian candidates..."

You do realize that "The Manchurian Candidate" was just a bad Frank Sinatra movie and that no such thing has ever really existed, right?

Please tell me you aren't stupid enough to believe that "Manchurian Candidates" are a real thing.

I'm begging you to prove to me that you aren't that stupid.

Glenn E. Chatfield said...


I thought the Frank Sinatra version was good, as was the later version with the high tech brain control.

The concept of a Manchurian candidate - someone else pulling the strings - is quite valid, and quite obviously true with a know-nothing, unqualified man who became President only because his heritage is half black.

But you are so brainwashed into liberal ideology you can't see the truth.

Xavier Onassis said...

G.E.C.- You are insane. Get help.

Glenn E. Chatfield said...

X.O. Can't stand the truth. Anyone who speaks it must be "insane" in his book. What a fool.

Duckys here said...

I must disagree with XO. The Manchurian Candidate is a pretty strong film. I doubt Glenn realizes it is heavy political satire and skewers McCarthy but then Glenn likes the atrocious remake.

Right-Winger said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
sue hanes said...

Happy Easter - Joe. I missed hearing your Sunday Respite.

Duckys here said...

Joe, check in please.

Joe said...

Computer died. I'll be back as soon as I can afford a new one and get it up and running. I now have one and it will be up soon.