Week in Pictures, Single Payer Edition

A sad start to the week for pictures this week, Charlie Gard died yesterday, a week short of his first birthday.

Farewell Charlie, and Rest in Peace.

He will be long remembered, and both he and his valiant parents remembered in many prayers.

On the other hand, the feckless GOP in the Senate seems to want an American equivalent. Or perhaps they are simply greedy enough to forget who they work for

Apparently, Hillary wrote a book, not that anyone really cares.

In other news…

Look closely, I swear she has a gun! 🙂

As usual, mostly from PowerLine

Have a better week!

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4 Responses to Week in Pictures, Single Payer Edition

  1. Reblogged this on Boudica2015.

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  2. the unit says:

    I’d say Stalin was meddling in our economic system. Oh well, later Nixon meddled in theirs on Russian TV. A whole lotta meddling seems to go on.
    “July 24, 1959
    During the grand opening ceremony of the American National Exhibition in Moscow, Vice President Richard Nixon and Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev engage in a heated debate about capitalism and communism in the middle of a model kitchen set up for the fair. The so-called “kitchen debate” became one of the most famous episodes of the Cold War.
    The entire discussion was captured for posterity on a tape recorder as well as by television cameras, two advances in technology to which Nixon proudly pointed as examples of America’s economic superiority. Although Khrushchev defended his country’s economic prowess–the Russians were ahead of the Americans in rocket technology at the time–he too acted the diplomat by extending an unprecedented invitation to Nixon to speak to the Russian public on television on August 1. In that speech, which was uncensored, Nixon boldly challenged the Russian people to rethink their commitment to communism.”
    http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/nixon-debates-khrushchev-at-a-fair-in-moscow
    Oh, and the protest sign. I take road signs very seriously. In many places around this county litter signs are very explicit, i.e. “$100 fine for littering.” Along one road there’s one that says “Fine for littering.” Glad to know where to toss it out.
    And yep, I see the gun. I can tell from the pic she’s a crack shot. 🙂

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    • NEO says:

      Yep, that was quite a debate.

      Yeah, it’s nice of them to tell us, isn’t it?

      I’d say there is a very high probability that she is! 🙂

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      • the unit says:

        Just so’s I’m not missunderestimated, I thought “Fine for littering” meant it’s a fine place to throw it out. 🙂

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