Posts Tagged ‘ ebola ’

In government, bigger is not better

October 22, 2014
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In government, bigger is not better

If there is one thing we can be sure of when it comes to a government bureaucracy falling flat on its face at a moment of crisis it should have been prepared for is how quickly said bureaucrat in charge deflects blame with the go to phrase: “if we’d have only had more money”....

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Friday Follies: Ebola vs Obama, what’s the difference? Ebola can be controlled

October 17, 2014
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Ron Klain on Solyndra in 2010 – Looks OK to me http://t.co/qrgX9gXx9s Ebola Czar pic.twitter.com/rZ3eHeR5Jj — Leah…Geek (@LeahR77) October 17, 2014 The more we learn about Ebola in American and the Obama administration’s preparedness for and response to, the clearer it becomes that neither has an edge over the other in regards to the...

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Obama’s “transformational” government failing on all fronts.

October 8, 2014
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Obama’s “transformational” government failing on all fronts.

From Ebola, to the economy, to his self-made disaster in the Middle east, Barack Obama’s “transformation” government is failing on all fronts. This past summer the Gallup organization released its latest American’s Confidence in Government survey.  Needless to say, if you were a member of said government, your numbers were anything but good.  The...

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