Jon Stewart calls out the inept, virtually non-functional Obamacare website. As he says, “it’s got 99 problems but a glitch is all of them.” Indeed. Watch as he notes how less than 10% of people who log on are able to sign up past the first step, and how the Democrats in general “try to spin this turd”.
The pwnage as always is strong with this one. Stewart never lets up and we think it’s safe to say that this isn’t the last time that the (lame pun alert) Obamafail will be called out.
Yup, you read that right. Jon Stewart tears the IRS a new one for specifically seeking out right wing government “patriot” groups to audit and basically says that the tinfoil hat folk have had their views just about totally vindicated.
As Stewart puts it, there’s not much more to say other than – “What the f**k? The right wingers were right.”
Wow. Now this is the kind of journalism that the world needs more of; a relentless questioning of the elite who arrogantly think they can merely brush off anyone questioning them on their hubris requiring entire other nations to pay off their debts.
Watch as Vincent Browne, an Irish journalist, asks a very pertinent question regarding the Irish people being forced to bail out European banks and their owners. He’s told to move on. He does not. He’s told the question’s been answered. It has not. He continues finally, before calling out the total inability of the bankers to face the real issue head on: That Irish people have no moral obligation to pay for the debts of the banks and their billionaire owners.
Tom Flanagan spent years an years as the top adviser to Stephen Harper and The Conservative Party Of Canada. Tom Flanagan was the American brains behind the Conservatives rise to power in the 90s to the 2000s and the unite the right movement that made Harper’s dreams of Prime Minister a reality. Unfortunately, the right was wrong. Very wrong. Flanagan spent years as an opponent of native rights in Canada and is singularly responsible for harming their efforts for equality after a genocide. It’s only fitting that Native American students are the ones to bring down his career by bringing up a long ago quote regarding child pornography.
I’m sure they didn’t know or anticipate what was happening at the time. That they were asking the questions that would bring down “The Man Behind The Curtain” of the entire Conservative movement. I’m sure they expected excuses or denial. Instead Tom Flanagan decided to put his foot in his mouth and use it to dig a hole no man can escape. Stephen Harper was quick to make a list of talking points distancing himself and the Conservatives from Tom Flanagan. However to my ears “Tom Flanagan in no way reflects the views of the Conservative Party” rings false when it’s Tom Flanagan who specifically wrote the fabric of Conservative policy.