We KNOW who she is. Hopefully Mr. Obama will fire her soon for her inept management of the implementation of ObamaCare.
She want be fired anytime soon. She has time to get it right! The way I see it, God has a plan for this-when the site is up and running-more people will visit the site than ever before...The media will announce-Obama Care is UP and Running-and every issue has been resolved and the site is proven safe to input data and you can NOW receive a quote..The GOP handed us a victory. Free air time and marketing..It's like when the roll out of the I-Pad or Medicare part D under Bush failed..It gained more popularity/attention while they were worked on the issues. OBAMACARE isn't going any where..
That was a sarcastic way of answering wayne44 question! Navigators are suppose to be professional...
My guess Funk, the navigator has left the blog! No more comments, change the subject, PN is a minion for Obama!
Unfortunately, I'm out of town. Had to drive 4hours to see the movie 12 Days As A Slave. There not showing it at all in our area. @Sheran thanks for putting a smile on my face. Your comments are funny. I've learned to appreciate others opinions even if I don't agree. At the end of the day we're all Americans and love our community.
@PN, your comments are funny too! Because they fall into the 95% of black Democrat philosophy of victimization and entitlements "Victocrats" There is no sense of embracing the great progress blacks have earned in the modern USA Society.
@funk. There's a lot I could say about your .comment but I want take part in your late night pity party or hatred towards your reflection.
@PN, I love myself and my reflections, I'm not perfect but I’ve lived in poverty. Have you ever had to sleep 3 to a bed, no running hot water or even an inside bathroom. Have you ever had to use an out house? I can go on and on with the living conditions that I have personally experienced. So I say again to you, where is your sense of embracing the great progress blacks have earned in this modern USA Society my sista? We should be teaching each other how to fish instead of taking it from someone else and wasting it on someone who don't understand the value of earning and owning it. That is what I call "Loving Yourself" Because I've earned mine.
Hi Sebe: I need not tell YOU, that imitation is the highest form of flattery.
Roll on my friend in advocacy.
@Funk-you throw that story around as if your the only person that has lived in poverty. I'm sure if it were not for someone lending your family an hand up-you wouldn't be here today! People still sleep 3 to a bed, and in worse conditions than you documented..the sad part is these people work everyday. Don't assume people living in poverty don't work or lazy..most people that live in poverty work 3 and 4 jobs to make ends meet. So, Brotha, don't assume you know me because you don't! If you did, you would know that I beat the odds as well. The only difference between you and me..I haven't forgot where I've come from or that it takes a village to raise a child and that often includes temporary support. You didn't come out of poverty with out assistance.
"...it takes a village to raise a child...."
I wish I knew this when I was raising mine. I'll be my parents grandparents, great grandparents and their ancestors wish they knew this when they raised theirs.
In the welfare state, it may "take a village" because the premise is that if you don't want to take full responsibility for you and yours you can always rely on the government TO DO IT FOR YOU. This is one main reason why this country is in all the economic and sociological difficulty it is in.
Before there is a "village," there is YOU...and ME. When we shirk our responsibility to raise our own children and leave it up to "a village," we are abdicating our responsibility and expecting others to do our job. When the media and strangers raise our kids we get societal decay, mass murders, indiscipline, and ruin. That is EXACTLY where our society has been going for the past 40 years.
@Sebekm..I don't think the post was directed towards you. Funk is a grown man-he doesn't need you speaking for him. Unfortunately, you have chosen not to think outside the box! The village includes, school, police, church, social programs (teach me how to fish because my mother/father was injured in war and he's waiting on his service connected pension, or my mother was hurt on the job and her long term disability is about to end or my dad lost his life in war-my mother has never worked a day in her life and is having a hard time finding work and making ends meet! As I stated there are different people on welfare and they all have a different story.
I don't care whether the post was "directed toward me" or not. When I see distortion of facts or misinformation, I am going to comment on it - just as you do when you perceive the same.
As you can tell, what triggered my comments was your use of HRC's "it takes a village" talking point. It DOESN'T take a village to raise a child. Or a town, or a city, or a government. It takes responsible PARENTS who don't let the media raise their kids and who don't farm them out to strangers to tend. It takes a society which places emphasis on personal responsibility and civic duty. It takes a government which prioritizes properly and facilitates a economic structure which affords the individual and their children the maximum opportunity to improve THEMSELVES. It takes political parties which don't try to "hook" voters with a welfare state, food stamps and free cell phones.
But the bottom line is that it all starts with the FAMILY. Not the government. Ronald Reagan said it best: we are a people with a government - NOT a government with a people.
The best thing the Democratic party can do at this point is stop their direct and indirect attacks on the traditional family and stop promoting more government as the solution for everything. Their programs are bankrupting the country and burying our citizens deeper and deeper in the welfare state.