Wednesday, 18 December 2013

Fwd: [New post] Right on Cue … Top Obama Adviser John Podesta Compares GOP to Jonestown Cult



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Right on Cue … Top Obama Adviser John Podesta Compares GOP to Jonestown Cult

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Right on cue ... never fails ... I know the game so well: progressives always accuse their enemies--in this case, the GOP--of the very same crimes they themselves are guilty of. So predictable is this Strategy of Projection by the progressive left, I can accurately set my sun dials by it--within milliseconds. (This has been […]

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Posted: 16 Dec 2013 08:13 PM PST


Neighbours of the Masjid Al-Hidayah and Islamic Cultural Centre are reeling after racist graffiti was scrawled across the front of the Port Coquitlam mosque.
Neighbours of the Masjid Al-Hidayah and Islamic Cultural Centre are reeling after racist graffiti was scrawled across the front of the Port Coquitlam mosque.
Photo Credit: JENNIFER GAUTHIER/THE TRI-CITY NEWS

Before reading further - a warning: this post may contain profanity and pejorative expressions that most people will consider overly outrageous and insulting to certain ethnic and religious groups. If you are easily offended or bend your knee to political correctness, then I beg you, please do not read any further.

As a convenience to some of my readers who are tired of writing the word 'Muzzie' whenever the need to insult Muslims becomes necessary, and are looking for some variety, I have selected a few of the best Muslim slurs from The Racial Slur Database.

I need to mention that I do not gratuitously sprinkle f-bombs or N-words in my articles. I will however explicitly spell out the words if for example I am quoting Tony Soprano from the eponymous TV show. Likewise, in the interest of accuracy and effect, I have not redacted any of the anti-Islamic slurs.

For the sake of avoiding their repetition in the comment section, let us state the following truths: Muslims are neither a race, ethnic group, nor nationality. As well, we know that the majority of Muslims are not Arab and that not all Arabs are Muslim.

Notwithstanding the above, it appears most Muslim slurs are actually ethnophaulisms, that is, insults based on race, ethnicity, or nationality. For example, some people use the epithet "goat-fucker" to describe Muslims (1) even though it is mostly Arabs who fornicate with goats. This is similar to the stereotype of Jewish money-lenders even though most Jews do not own banks.

But now let us proceed to the slurs:

SlurReason & Origins
Cairo CoonVariant on sand nigger
Camel Cowboy They ride camels like cowboys ride horses
Camel JockeySee Camel Cowboy
Camel-FuckerRefers to lonely Arab shepherds
Carpet PilotReference to Aladdin and his magic flying carpet; also: Carpet Jockey
Diaper-HeadSame idea as Towel-head or Rag-head
Dune CoonBlacks of the sand dunes
Durka-durkaHow English-speakers hear their language(s); from the film "Team America: World Police"
Glass NiggerIf an atomic weapon were to go off, sand niggers would become glass niggers
Goat RoperSee Camel Jockeys, etc
Iraqi PeteFrom the Staurday Night Live character played by Adam Sandler
Pajama MammaArab (and/or Muslim) women wear clothes that resemble pajamas
Rag-headReferring to common headwear of middle easterners
Rug PilotSame as Carpet Pilot
Sand FleaParasitic sand dwellers
Sand MonkeySame as sand nigger
Sand NiggerArabs generally live in sandy places
Towel-head See rag-head




Because of the atrocities committed by a small minority of Nazis, because of their violent ideology and intolerant beliefs as outlined in their leader's political treatise (Mein Kampf), and because of the abject evil of their leader, the word Nazi is itself an epithet. I believe in time, because of the atrocities committed by a small minority of Muslims, because of their violent ideology and intolerant beliefs as outlined in their leader's book (The Quran), and because of the abject evil of their leader, the word Muslim will itself become an epithet: for example, "I can't believe he slit their throats - he's such a Muslim."

And just as no decent, compassionate, intelligent person would ever publicly declare himself a Nazi, in the future no decent, compassionate, intelligent person would ever publicly declare himself a Muslim.

Disclaimer: I am strongly opposed to violence or to using these slurs to persons on the street or to damaging property. Although I am opposed to allowing Muslims into our country, I believe our actions should be peaceful and done through the political process. There is no place for physical violence among civilized peoples (except in self-defense).




ENDNOTES


(1):

Salon, 24 Nov 2004, The silencing of Theo van Gogh

On his Web site, the Healthy Smoker, van Gogh had predicted the assassination: "I suspect Fortuyn will be the first in a line of politically incorrect heretics to be eliminated," he wrote. "This is what our multicultural society has brought us: a climate of intimidation in which all sorts of goatfuckers can issue their threats freely."


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Fwd: [New post] Social Security Disability will be bankrupt in 3 years




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Bankrupt

I've posted about this before, at least three times on FOTM, but the message bears repeating.

Since the POS became president, the number of Americans receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) payments has increased 20% to the highest level ever in U.S. history. At the same time, for every year of the POS's presidency, the SSDI "trust fund" has run an annual deficit. In fiscal year 2013, the deficit is $31.49 billion, leaving a balance of $100.49 billion.

That balance, according to a prediction by the Social Security Administration, will be depleted by 2016. In other words, Social Security Disability will run out of money IN THREE YEARS.

Jennifer G. Hickey reports for NewsMax, Dec. 17, 2013, that Tad DeHaven, a budget analyst at the libertarian think tank Cato Institute said, "At the time this program [Social Security Disability Insurance] began we were much more of a blue collar, manual labor society, so there was some real need for it. Today, we are a lot more white collar, we have better medicine and devices to assist the disabled, but those receiving benefits have nonetheless exploded." 

DeHaven noted that applications for Social Security Disability Insurance, or SSDI, tend to increase during recessionary periods, but he said the program's expenditures were an estimated $144 billion this year, nearly double what they were a decade ago.

When Obama took office there were over 7.4 million workers on disability. By October 2013, the number has increased to more than 8.9 million, a 20% jump. Another 2 million spouses and children of disabled workers also receive SSDI benefits, bringing the total number of SSDI beneficiaries to some 10.9 million Americans.

The fund has run a deficit every year since Obama took office, after 15 straight years of surpluses. In the 57-year history of the program, there have been 19 years where the trust fund ran a deficit, five of them under the current president.

Since Obama took office, the annual deficits in the disability trust fund totaled $8.46 billion in fiscal 2009; $20.83 billion in 2010; $25.26 billion in 2011; and $29.70 billion in 2012. Adding in the fiscal 2013 deficit of $31.49 billion brings the program's red ink under Obama to $115 billion, according to SSA.

Should the disability fund become depleted, DeHaven said, Congress will likely draw from the larger Social Security Trust Fund to cover the deficit rather than implement any substantial reform of the system, putting more pressure on the finances of the retirement program. "When politicians try to make reforms, they find people protesting in front of their offices in wheelchairs, so good luck finding 60 votes in the Senate. There simply is no political will at the moment to truly reform the system."

Started in 1956, the SSDI program was designed to temporarily assist individuals with physical or mental disabilities that were severe enough to prevent them from maintaining employment.

Today, 4.7% of the working-age population is collecting disability payments, an increase from 2.3% in 1980. "In other words, disability insurance caseloads increased about twice as quickly as the working-age population," an analysis by the San Francisco Federal Reserve pointed out.

At the same time, SSDI eligibility rules were liberalized and the benefits are more generous than a decade ago. Adjusted for inflation, the average payment to SSDI beneficiaries has risen from approximately $560 per month in 1960 to $1,129 in March 2013, an increase of 98%.

The program is also fraught with fraud and abuse. In August, the Government Accountability Office reported that the Social Security Administration made an estimated $1.29 billion in benefit overpayments to about 36,000 individuals as of January 2013. The GAO noted it could not calculate an exact amount without launching "detailed case investigations."

A report by the nonpartisan group Our Generation provided further evidence of abuse within the SSDI program, including:

  • An information technology supervisor from Minnesota received $144,293 in disability payments — $6,773 a month — after faking a diagnosis of early-onset dementia.
  • A Missouri man contended he was unable to work and from 2004 through February 2008, received nearly $60,000 in illegal Social Security disability payments — while he was earning more than $30,000 a year as a state legislator.
  • A Social Security worker and a group of doctors in Puerto Rico created a large and sophisticated system for defrauding the federal government of disability benefits that likely totaled $6 million.
  • A Vietnam veteran was sentenced to two years in prison for defrauding taxpayers of $7,575 in disability payments and more than $500,000 in various Veterans Administration benefits after falsely claiming he couldn't walk or stand.

MacMillin Slobodien, executive director of Our Generation, which promotes free-market solutions to public policy issues, says: "What the report aims to highlight is how the program, which is well-intentioned, remains susceptible to outright fraud and abuse. By highlighting these examples of abuse we hope to raise awareness among the public and legislators of the need to implement cost controls, and tighten eligibility requirements and oversight. It was meant to be a temporary assistance program, and if you provide people with the incentive to get back to work, then you might have fewer people trying to game the system. We would support any reforms that make sure the benefits go to people who actually have disabilities, but there must be continuing disability reviews to ensure those who are receiving payments still qualify."

But oversight of the program has actually decreased as the size of the program increased.

SSA Inspector General Patrick P. O'Carroll Jr. testified at a House hearing in November that an increase in disability claims has created "workloads that strain resources, causing delays and backlogs, and leaving the agency vulnerable to fraud and abuse." O'Carroll said the IG's office estimates the SSA could have "avoided paying at least $556 million during calendar year 2011 if SSA had conducted the medical Continuing Disability Reviews when they were due."

DeHaven sees fraud as a legitimate problem, but also believes abuse that is legally permissible under the program merits equal outrage: "SSDI has more of an abuse problem than a fraud problem. There are the obvious examples of abuse, such as the adult man who spent his days dressed up as a baby and was claiming benefits citing back problems. His claims may have been wrong, but within the broad definition of disability, his claims were legal because the definition of disabled has been so liberalized. If you have the right lawyers and are persistent, it is quite easy to game the system."

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Fwd: Expanded Medicaid's fine print holds surprise: 'payback' from estate after death







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Expanded Medicaid's fine print holds surprise: 'payback' from estate after death

It wasn't the moonlight, holiday-season euphoria or family pressure that made Sofia Prins and Gary Balhorn, both 62, suddenly decide to get married.

It was the fine print.

As fine print is wont to do, it had buried itself in a long form — Balhorn's application for free health insurance through the expanded state Medicaid program. As the paperwork lay on the dining-room table in Port Townsend, Prins began reading.

She was shocked: If you're 55 or over, Medicaid can come back after you're dead and bill your estate for ordinary health-care expenses.

The way Prins saw it, that meant health insurance via Medicaid is hardly "free" for Washington residents 55 or older. It's a loan, one whose payback requirements aren't well advertised. And it penalizes people who, despite having a low income, have managed to keep a home or some savings they hope to pass to heirs, Prins said.

With an estimated 223,000 adults seeking health insurance headed toward Washington's expanded Medicaid program over the next three years, the state's estate-recovery rules, which allow collection of nearly all medical expenses, have come under fire.

Medicaid, in keeping with federal policy, has long tapped into estates. But because most low-income adults without disabilities could not qualify for typical medical coverage through Medicaid, recovery primarily involved expenses for nursing homes and other long-term care.

The federal Affordable Care Act (ACA) changed that. Now many more low-income residents will qualify for Medicaid, called Apple Health in Washington state.

But if they qualify for Medicaid, they're not eligible for tax credits to subsidize a private health plan under the ACA, which requires all adults to have health insurance by March 31.

Prins, an artist, and Balhorn, a retired fisherman-turned-tango instructor, separately qualified for health insurance through Medicaid based on their sole incomes.

But if they were married, they calculated, they could "just squeak by" with enough income to qualify for a subsidized health plan — and avoid any encumbrance on the home they hope to leave to Prins' two sons.

"We're happy to be getting married," Prins said last week. "Unfortunately not everyone has such an elegant solution to the problem."

For Washington state, the solution has been much more complicated.

Over the past month, as lawmakers began hearing from worried and angry constituents, state officials began exploring what it would take to fix this collision of state rules with the ACA.

Late Friday, Gov. Jay Inslee's office and the state Medicaid office said they plan to draft an emergency rule to limit estate recovery to long-term care and related medical expenses.

They hope to be able to change the rules before coverage begins Jan. 1.

Fixing the problem will cost the state about $3 million a year, said Dr. Bob Crittenden, Inslee's senior health-policy adviser, but it's the right thing to do.

"There was no intent on the part of the ACA to do estate recovery on people going into Medicaid (for health insurance)," Crittenden said. "The idea was to expand coverage."

Unpleasant surprise

People in their 50s and 60s make up about 30 percent of the adults who have signed up for health insurance through Washington's exchange marketplace, and about 18 percent of adults who have enrolled in health insurance through Apple Health.

Some 55- to 64-year-olds, who may have taken early retirement or who were laid off during the recession, have found themselves plunged into a low-income bracket. Unlike Medicaid recipients in the past — who were required to reduce their assets to qualify — they're more likely to have a home or other assets.

For health coverage through Medicaid, income is now the only financial requirement.

At first, Prins was pleased at the prospect of free coverage.

But the more she thought about the fine print, the more upset she got. Why was this provision only for people age 55 and older? Why should those insured by Medicaid have to pay back health expenses from their estates when people with just a bit more income who get federal subsidies don't? Why didn't she and Balhorn know about this before getting to the application stage?

As Prins began searching for answers, she found that even those trained to help people sign up for insurance under the ACA weren't aware of this provision, nor were some government officials.

Around the country, the issue has sizzled away in blogs and commentaries from both right and left. The National Women's Law Center noted the ACA and its regulations prohibit age discrimination in programs such as Medicare and Medicaid.

Dr. Jane Orient, executive director of the politically conservative Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, writing in the The Washington Times, called the recovery provision "a cash cow for states to milk the poor and the middle class."

"People will think this is wonderful, this is free insurance," Orient said in an interview. "They don't realize it's really a loan, and is secured by any property they have."

Even states that are now limiting estate recovery, she warned, can change the rules again if budget problems become more intense.

Unclear rules

One reason this snafu has become so troublesome is that ACA rules appear to give those who qualify for Medicaid little choice but to accept the coverage.

People cannot receive a tax credit to subsidize their purchase of a private health plan if their income qualifies them for Medicaid, said Bethany Frey, spokeswoman for the Washington Health Benefit Exchange.

But they could buy a health plan without a tax credit, she added.

For someone age 55 to 64 at the Medicaid-income level — below $15,856 a year — it's quite a jump from free Medicaid health insurance to an unsubsidized individual plan. Premiums in King County for an age 60 non-tobacco user for the most modest plan run from $451 to $859 per month.

Ball in states' court

It's not the first time federal and state rules have clashed, and local officials now find themselves on the hook to ensure that the new law doesn't create hardship.

In Oregon, state officials changed estate-recovery rules last month.

Recovery will no longer apply to health benefits for those 55 and over, the Oregon Health Authority said, although the state will collect expenses for long-term care.

On Friday, Washington Medicaid Director MaryAnne Lindeblad promised to draft an emergency rule very soon. The state also must revise the plan filed with federal authorities, but Lindeblad said she doesn't expect problems or appeals of the rule.

As for Prins and Balhorn, they're good with their choice.

Instead of paying $577 a month apiece for an unsubsidized private plan or worrying about losing their assets after death, as a married couple they'll pay $76 a month for a midlevel "silver" plan with a tax credit. "Since we've been in an established relationship and love each other, the decision to get married was pretty easy," Prins said.

Sunday, they made a big fruit salad, dressed in tango clothing and were married in their home. Afterward, they danced to their favorite tango music and toasted each other with orange juice and a dash of cranberry.

"I'd be very happy if the governor actually makes this change possible," Prins said late last week. "And I'm very happy to be getting married!"

Carol M. Ostrom: 206-464-2249 or costrom@seattletimes.com.

Information in this article, originally published Dec. 15, 2013 was corrected Dec. 16, 2013. A previous version of this story spelled Sofia Prins' name incorrectly.

 

 



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Fwd: The Federal Reserve's Century of Failure







December 18, 2013

The Federal Reserve's Century of Failure

By Bruce Walker

December 23, 2013 marks the centennial of a disastrous transformation of the American Republic.  On December 23, 1913, the Federal Reserve System was created.

Woodrow Wilson believed that central planning could make America better.  His informal deputy, Colonel House (who was not really a colonel at all), had written Phillip Dru: The Administrator before Wilson was elected.  That book celebrated aggressive federal intervention in American life to end poverty, achieve social justice, etc.

It is ironic that the rolling out of ObamaCare should be on the one hundredth anniversary of the Federal Reserve System.  Both represent wholly misplaced attempts to replace the incremental influence of market forces with central planning by a national government. 

Milton Friedman in 1988 said that no American institution had performed so poorly and yet retained such a high reputation with the people as the Federal Reserve System.  The ostensible purpose of the Federal Reserve Act in 1913 was to prevent bank panics.  Other goals were to keep currency stable and to moderate inflation.  It has not worked. 

Inflation, for example, did not exist for the first 125 years of the Republic.  The purchasing power of $1.00 in 1789 had declined so slightly by1913 that a consumer would need $1.08 to buy the same things.  But during the last century, while the Federal Reserve System was exercising its powers over our money supply, the amount of money needed to buy what cost $1.08 in 1913 had risen to over $25.00 -- or, in other words, one dollar in 1913 is worth only about four cents in 2013.

There is a vast amount of ignorance regarding money in America before the Federal Reserve System.  The term "banknote" meant a document issued by a private bank promising to pay the bearer one "dollar" of gold.  The term "dollar" was not a money value, but rather a physical measurement, like an ounce or a milligram.  The private banks that issued these notes had a strong interest in being able to honor their obligations. 

The integrity, transparency, and prudence of the bank management determined the financial success or failure of the bank.  Moreover, because private banks transferred funds and held debt instruments from other private banks across the country, they had a strong interest in the honest and efficient operation of the American private banking system.

What about scoundrels and crooks?  No system can end these, but markets and moral pressure work much better than government officials.  Consider diamonds, a very portable source of great wealth.  The diamond cutters, originally in Amsterdam but much now in New York, meet to examine diamonds, and, because a close examination is often needed, a diamond cutter may carry someone else's diamond home.  The reputation for integrity of the diamond cutter -- as well as the strong social and moral pressures to be honest within the trade -- work so well that theft or attempted theft is almost unknown.

Self-regulation within industries works very well, because everyone involved ultimately has an interest in the industry's success.  There were bank panics and there were dislocations within the American economy as a result, but these problems were always self-correcting.  The Great Depression came two decades after the Federal Reserve System was created.  Bank panics did sink poorly run banks, but not banks generally. 

Friedman described how one well-run bank survived the bank runs of the Great Depression.  On the first day of a run on this bank, tellers were directed to pay every depositor in full, but to very carefully and slowly count out all the money paid.  People saw long lines at all the teller windows, but they also saw that every depositor was paid in full.  On the second day, tellers were instructed to pay each depositor very fast so that there were no lines.  This bank, customers of banking services deduced, was safe.

What America has today instead of private companies acting with enlightened self-interest is a vast, largely invisible, and almost wholly unaccountable system of manipulators of money supply, interest rates, and banking practices so that the notional wisdom of learned experts, instead of the open operation of market forces, determines our money supply.  This "money" is no longer in coin or in paper backed by certain defined quantities of gold or silver; rather, its worth lies only in the opinions and promises of so-called "experts," faceless bureaucrats, and feckless politicians. 

As America, and much of Europe, looks over a growing abyss of astronomical public debt and declining confidence in public "money," the only way out is to stop attempting to formulate government answers to market problems.  Radical reform and reduction of the Federal Reserve System is an excellent place to start.


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I'm surprised they didn't outsource it to an Israeli company.

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wjjhoge posted: "Politico reports that the White House is asking a Microsoft executive to save the healthcare dot gov website. Let it burn."
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Politico reports that the White House is asking a Microsoft executive to save the healthcare dot gov website.

Let it burn.

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