Cornhusker Kickback and the Fish from Hell

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Everyone knows that the Cornhusker Kickback bought the vote of Senator Ben Nelson.  The Louisiana Purchase bought democrat Mary Landrieu.  But what compelled all of those Catholic legislators to vote for Obamacare?  Finally, the truth is out there!  Three minutes with a Fish from Hell could have convinced anyone to vote “yes!”

Ha ha!  (While it is true that these “Fish from Hell” do reside in and around Washington D.C., there is no evidence that any senator’s or congressman’s toes were used as bait.)

“Fish from Hell” are wiping out all of the good and useful fish on the eastern seaboard.  Will Obamacare wipe out all of the good and useful doctors and health insurance plans?

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3 Responses to Cornhusker Kickback and the Fish from Hell

  • craig says:

    Are you trying to say something here or just post other people’s thoughts and ideas. You’re writing is really sloppy.

  • Joy Overbeck
    Joy Overbeck says:

    Yes he will — that’s been his plan all along. Employer health insurance is already vanishing because Obamacare forces them all to buy a “cadillac” policy for their employees and they just can’t afford it, especially in the shambles Obama has made of our economy. His goal is single-payer govt. insurance…oh yeah, let’s have the folks who spend our tax money on clowns and fortune tellers in charge of our bodies! Sign me up!

  • Satchel says:

    I have to admit that I saw the article about the Fish from Hell first (LOVED it…..those fish are so interesting and creepy! They can flop on land up to 1/4 mile!). THEN I found a way to work it into an article of my own. (“Obamacare is scary” and “Fish from Hell are scary”….there’s the connection.). Hope that helps clear up any confusion about my post.

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