Obamacare Shocker: Contractors Paid To Do Nothing

NEED WORK? SOCIALIZED MEDICINE HAS A JOB FOR YOU … Can you click a computer mouse once every ten minutes? If so, a contractor tasked with implementing U.S. President Barack Obama’s socialized medicine law has a job for you … According to television station KMOV TV 4 (CBS – St….


Can you click a computer mouse once every ten minutes?

If so, a contractor tasked with implementing U.S. President Barack Obama’s socialized medicine law has a job for you …

According to television station KMOV TV 4 (CBS – St. Louis), employees at a facility operated by an Obamacare contractor are being paid to stare at their computer monitors for hours on end each day – even though “weeks can pass” without them receiving “even a single application to process.”

“They’re told to sit at their computers and hit the refresh button every 10 minutes, no more than every 10 minutes,” a whistleblower told the station.

The company in question – British-based Serco – has a $1.2 billion contract with the federal government. Part of its job? To hire employees to handle paper applications for health care coverage under Obamacare.

Serco was hired by the federal government despite being accused recently of overbilling the British government by tens of millions of pounds. The company has extensive operations in South Carolina, including facilities that handle passports, engineering and “military counseling.”

FITS is looking into these facilities in an effort to determine if taxpayer resources are being misappropriated …

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GrandTango May 14, 2014 at 1:45 pm

The shocker: Is that someone is actually SHOCKED….

If the people don’t turn on the democrats, and over-run them in RECORD, gargantuan, numbers in Nov…and in the 2106 presidential…I will lose faith in all that is, and ever has been good, about this once-wonderful nation….that Obama has so badly damaged…

Tango down May 14, 2014 at 1:55 pm

Yeah, sounds like an Ohaley operation. “Hands on”! Hands on the mouse that is, acting like you are doing something.

H. Clinton May 14, 2014 at 2:01 pm

Then will you go away?

junior justice May 14, 2014 at 2:13 pm

DO NOT DESPAIR, GT, and keep the FAITH!!

CorruptionInColumbia May 15, 2014 at 9:20 am

FWIW, I have NEVER voted for a Democrat for President. I have voted for them for a variety of local, state, and Federal, offices but never for President. I don’t vote the party, it’s just that they never ran a candidate who I thought to be the best person or the lesser of evils, in my lifetime.

Most of the time, I usually wound up voting for the Republican in a given contest, but by no means was it all the time.

That said, the Republican party has set this nation up for destruction as much as the Democrats in the last couple of decades. The Bush family paved the way for the Clintons and for Obama, and did a great job of it, too. Wake up people! The New World Order (NWO) that Daddy Bush spoke of is real. He and his family of parasites are as much a part of it as the Clintons (their asshole buddies, BTW) and Obama.

We need to reject the status quo in both parties. The Republican Party used to be more inclined to back the citizen and taxpayer. Now, they are as bad or worse than the Democrats ever hoped to be. Look at Lindsey Graham, McCain, or Boehner. We cannot welcome illegal invaders through our southern border fast enough to please these traitors.

Third parties seem to be our only hope, but the sheeple are too stupid to study the issues and the platforms that different candidates run on and vote accordingly. They would rather vote for who looks the best, or who talks the best fight.

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 4:06 pm

I wish I could say I was as pure. I voted for Reagan… first term. I had lived in California while he was governor, and I associated the bikinis at the beach with him – or something…. and then I started a business, and he made it possible for me to deduct everything I needed to get started…

…and then I woke up.

William Wallace May 14, 2014 at 1:51 pm

Is Haley and her staff secretly running this company?

gotta go pogo May 14, 2014 at 2:02 pm

xxx….Xavier I was wondering what the destroyer of healthcare and abortion queen, Kathleen Sebelius, was doing with her time these days.

Elfego May 14, 2014 at 6:04 pm

No,Billy was until he passed!

Jay Ellington May 14, 2014 at 1:56 pm

Nothing is shocking in regards to this lawless administration.

It's all of them May 14, 2014 at 2:20 pm

You act like this wouldn’t happen under a Republican admin…..come on now.

Jay Ellington May 14, 2014 at 2:47 pm

I’m sorry, why would you assume that I’d think any more or less of a Republican admin?

It's all of them May 14, 2014 at 2:50 pm

“to this lawless administration” seems to suggest this is the only one, isn’t just saying “administration” enough as they all seem to be that way?

If that’s not what you meant, please accept my apologies for the presumption.

TontoBubbaGoldstein May 14, 2014 at 4:44 pm

Jay could very well have been saying, “this lawless administration” to differentiate it from previous lawless administrations.

Elfego May 14, 2014 at 6:04 pm

It is the only one there today! You are looking for a way out!

It's all of them May 15, 2014 at 10:44 am

Looking for a way out? Are you fucking stupid? Scratch that, I know the answer.

It’s a simple request for clarification and a apology, nothing more you idiot.

GrandTango May 14, 2014 at 2:58 pm

If a liberal is Corrupt, and Dirty, own up to it, liberals. Why do you ALWAYS run from what you are….

Don’t you think PROOF that a Republican actually DID it, is appropriate…???

Don’t fall into the trap of accepting an ignorant premise because a F*#king idiot liberal wants to change the subject on you…

If a Republican does it…hold his feet to the fire…but to concede corruption, to let this Filthy Democrat Piece of $#!* get cover from his actions..is not productive…

Elfego May 14, 2014 at 4:58 pm

That is the typical mentality of a Democrat.

It's all of them May 15, 2014 at 10:44 am

I’m not even a Democrat you friggin idiot!

TontoBubbaGoldstein May 14, 2014 at 2:03 pm

Couple questions….

Can you play Free Cell, and visit *other* sites and comment on FITSNEWS… as long as you refresh the Obamacare page every ten minutes?

Where do you send employment applications, again?

Smirks May 14, 2014 at 2:09 pm

Good news: You can do whatever you want!

Bad news: GrandTango is in the cubicle next to yours.

junior justice May 14, 2014 at 2:11 pm

+10 ,,,,,, hee-hee-haw-haw!

TontoBubbaGoldstein May 14, 2014 at 4:47 pm

Worse news:

Business is booming and they’re going to make you share a cubicle with T.

Squishy123 May 14, 2014 at 5:27 pm

I thought it was just some guy with Tourette’s Syndrome…

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 3:14 pm Reply
CorruptionInColumbia May 15, 2014 at 7:23 am

That’s what I want to know!!!!! Where do we apply? I might get a chance to make a little of that money I’ve been handing over to the gubmint back for a change. It sounds easier and probably pays better than my current job.

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 4:08 pm

Courier sounds like a great job.

CorruptionInColumbia May 15, 2014 at 6:29 pm

You know, there used to be a LOT of those kind of jobs around. I remember back in the 80’s and early 90’s, you’d see those white “Anderson Armored Car” Crown Vics literally everywhere. They disappeared somewhere along the way.

Bible Thumper May 14, 2014 at 3:14 pm

I’m not sure what makes me angrier. Government contractors paid to do nothing or the ones actually working. The ones working are probably causing more damage.

Rocky May 14, 2014 at 3:25 pm

That’s nothin’ – Republican congressmen and their staffs, plus the senators – get paid a half-a-billion to fly to DC every week and do nothing and no one complains.

nomas May 14, 2014 at 4:15 pm

surprised? Not me! This is the New Normal.

Elfego May 14, 2014 at 4:57 pm

This could apply to most people that vote Democrat!

The Colonel May 14, 2014 at 6:07 pm

You can count on finding waste and mismanagement at the”military counseling” operation – I was just subjected to some of their counseling, completely useless.

junior justice May 14, 2014 at 6:48 pm

Doesn’t it inspire confidence that a ‘kiddie’ is going to advise you what is best for you? I dealt with that shit during the census. Mature, experienced men and women were put under the “supervision and guidance” of incompetent children.

CNSYD May 14, 2014 at 8:31 pm

You made the salient point when you said mandated by Congress. Don’t blame the military, civil service or contractor for carrying out the mandates of Congress.

The Colonel May 14, 2014 at 9:05 pm

Ah, now comes the rest of the story. My unit went to Fort Dix to demob, we were allowed to do 99% of our ACAP in theater because the base we were assigned to had a full service ACAP office. Another unit on the same base was not allowed to do any of it in theater by their demob installation (Fort Hood) because the civil servant in charge of ACAP AT that base was trying to protect his temp hires and contractors. It’s still is the fault of congress because they failed the clarity test in writing the law but throw in the bureaucracy trying to protect their rice bowl while violating the spirit, intent and letter of the LAW and you have the U.S. Gubamint in a nutshell.

CNSYD May 15, 2014 at 8:25 am

Turf protection is not unique to government bureaucracies.

BrigidBernadette May 14, 2014 at 8:05 pm

Did Clyburn bring home any bacon for his district, for enrollment/counseling operations? Dollar figures shouldn’t be too hard to find. Did they succeed in getting enrollees? Any numbers, any numbers at all?

SCBlueWoman May 14, 2014 at 8:34 pm

Obamacare shocker…. many, many people, GOP included, are finding affordable healthcare. Crap. That’s terrible… NOT.

holdingmynose May 15, 2014 at 6:20 pm

Health”care” or health insurance? The poor in the US have never crawled to their deaths covered with flies, or died of some dread disease by the sidewalk while people step over them. Please tell me again the part about the millions who will now eagerly pay their new and exciting health insurance premiums over the long haul, instead of buying lottery tickets and Newports. Ummm, yeah right.

Limbaughsaphatkhunt May 14, 2014 at 9:19 pm

Here’s two names for you from Dubya’s days….

Black Water

Nuff said.

idcydm May 14, 2014 at 9:38 pm

So, does that make it OK now?

If I’m not mistaken and I could be but didn’t Halliburton get a no-bid from this Administration?

The Colonel May 14, 2014 at 10:27 pm

Yes, 2010, $568,000,000, one of the biggest ever let.

idcydm May 14, 2014 at 10:38 pm

Yes, I know, just wonder if Limbaughsaphatkhunt has selective memory.

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 4:12 pm

Me too – he didn’t even mention that the entire war was based on lies.

idcydm May 15, 2014 at 5:25 pm

Yep, he sure suckered the all those in congress Democrats and Republicans. But alas, some were for it before they were against it. Kind of reminds me of, if you like your plan you can keep your plan.

Now tell me what was your point again, was it that they all lie?

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 5:27 pm

I didn’t say Congress lied – they were lied *to*

idcydm May 15, 2014 at 5:29 pm

I didn’t say they lied either, I said they were suckered.

Now tell me what was your point, was it, they all lie?

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 5:38 pm

No, that the country spent a trillion dollars on this lie, and no one mentions it when they talk about the incredible cost of blood and life… and the opportunity cost – not only of the war, but the side effects – the bailout and the subsequent QE.

idcydm May 15, 2014 at 5:47 pm

I have faith in you max, I know you will continue to remind us of the lies of the Bush administration and ignore the lies of the Obama administration, Fast and Furious, IRS, Benghazi, ACA.

Alfred E. Neuman said it best, “These days, the only time politicians tell the truth is when they call each other a liar.”

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 5:56 pm

I think that was a pretty serious consequence – a trillion dollars we didn’t have and millions of Iraqis and tens of thousands of Americans killed or wounded.

idcydm May 15, 2014 at 6:05 pm

Yes those are serious consequences but are there not serious consequences of the current Administration happening now?

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 6:11 pm

I guess if you count the bodies already in the air which hadn’t hit the ground yet.

idcydm May 15, 2014 at 6:19 pm

I see, everything that has happened on Obama’s watch is Bush’s fault. Granted he was handed a bad situation but the Hope and Change that has not happened is Obama’s legacy.

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 6:21 pm

What about “family values” and “fiscal responsibility?”

whose legacy is that?

idcydm May 15, 2014 at 6:37 pm

What about them, they are nothing more than an oxymoron to politicians, Republicans, Democrats I see no difference. There is a 2/3 to 1/3 party split in D.C. and a $17.5 trillion debt that continues to increase because no one will tackle the hard problems. If you want to blame that all on Republicans that’s up to you but you’re smart enough to know better.

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 7:13 pm


CorruptionInColumbia May 15, 2014 at 6:23 pm

Oh, we’ve had plenty of “change” alright. Unfortunately, hope has diminished with it.

Limbaughsaphatkhunt May 14, 2014 at 11:39 pm

You only tell part of the story. 568 million is hard to swallow, but 40 billion is an absolute butt rape under Dubya’s watch. More details below…

“The accounting of the financial cost of the nearly decade-long Iraq War will go on for years, but a recent analysis has shed light on the companies that made money off the war by providing support services as the privatization of what were former U.S. military operations rose to unprecedented levels.

Private or publicly listed firms received at least
$138 billion of U.S. taxpayer money for government contracts for services that included providing private security, building
infrastructure and feeding the troops.

Ten contractors received 52 percent of the funds, according to an analysis by the Financial Times that was published Tuesday. The No. 1 recipient?

Houston-based energy-focused engineering and construction firm KBR, Inc. (NYSE:KBR), which was spun off from its
parent, oilfield services provider Halliburton Co. (NYSE:HAL), in 2007. The company was given $39.5 billion in Iraq-related
contracts over the past decade, with many of the deals given without any bidding from competing firms, such as a $568-million contract renewal in 2010 to provide housing, meals, water and bathroom services to soldiers, a deal that led to a Justice Department lawsuit over alleged kickbacks…”

Duz Guest Farten May 14, 2014 at 9:47 pm

Here’s two names for you from Obama’s days…
Muslim Brotherhood
Nuff said.

Limbaughsaphatkhunt May 14, 2014 at 11:42 pm

Born April 20, 1889, Died April 30, 1945

Muslim Brotherhood:
Does not operate in the US and has not been implicated or part of any terrorist operations against US interests at home or abroad during Obama’s presidency.

You are the weakest link…goodbye.

The Colonel May 14, 2014 at 10:14 pm

Academi (ne Blackwater/Xe) has lost more than 600 employees in Iraq and other SWA countries. You can fault them for all kinds of stuff involving operations but the one thing no one has ever been able to prove was that they didn’t provide the service they were contracted to provide.

SCBlues May 14, 2014 at 10:18 pm

Use Of Private Contractors
In Iraq Proves Costly
By Joseph Neff and Jay Price
Associated Press
10-25-4 Jerry Zovko’s contract with Blackwater USA looked straightforward: He would earn $600 a day guarding convoys that carried food for U.S. troops in Iraq. But that cost – $180,000 a year – was just the first installment of what taxpayers were asked to pay for Zovko’s work. Blackwater, based in Moyock, N.C., and three other companies would add to the bill, and to their profits. Several Blackwater contracts obtained by The News & Observer open a small window into the multibillion-dollar world of private military contractors in Iraq. The contracts show how costs can add up when the government uses private military contractors to perform tasks once handled by the Army. Here’s how it worked in Zovko’s case: Blackwater added a 36 percent markup, plus its overhead costs, and sent the bill to a Kuwaiti company that ordinarily runs hotels. That company, Regency Hotel, tacked on its costs for buying vehicles and weapons and a profit and sent an invoice to a German food services company called ESS that cooked meals for the troops. ESS added its costs and profit and sent its bill to Halliburton, which also added overhead and a profit and presented the final bill to the Pentagon. It’s nearly impossible to say whether the cost for Zovko doubled, tripled or quadrupled. Congressional investigators and defense auditors have had to fight the primary contractor, Halliburton, for details of the spending. The companies say the subcontracts are confidential and won’t discuss them. About 20,000 private security contractors are now in Iraq, escorting convoys, protecting diplomats, training the Iraqi army and maintaining weapons. The bills for this work flow from the bottom up. They start with Blackwater’s $600-a-day guns for hire such as Zovko and his three comrades, who were killed escorting a convoy through Fallujah in March. At the top is Houston-based Halliburton, which has an open-ended “cost-plus” contract to supply the U.S. military with food, laundry and other necessities. Cost-plus means the U.S. government pays Halliburton all its expenses ó its costs ó plus 2 percent profit on top. So far the Army has committed $7.2 billion on this cost-plus contract to Halliburton, which has been criticized for its performance in Iraq. The company has drawn additional political fire because of its ties to Vice President Dick Cheney, a former Halliburton CEO. Henry Bunting, a former Halliburton purchasing officer, said he heard a common refrain in 2003 in Kuwait from managers at KBR ó also known as Kellogg Brown & Root ó a division of Halliburton: “Don’t worry about price. It’s cost-plus.” “There is no question the taxpayer is getting screwed,” said Bunting, who was an Army staff sergeant in Vietnam. “There is no incentive for KBR or their subs to try to reduce costs. No matter what it costs, KBR gets 100 percent back, plus overhead, plus their profit. “The Army said it is satisfied with Halliburton’s performance. “They are providing essential services to our troops every day,” said Daniel Carlson, a spokesman for the Army Field Support Command, which oversees the contract. “All the reports from the field come back that they are providing the services adequately.” Even if the Pentagon could tally all the layers of profit and overhead, it would struggle to compare the cost of using contractors such as Zovko in Iraq against the cost of soldiers. According to a Defense Department Web site, a soldier with Zovko’s experience and final rank (he was a sergeant) would receive about $38,000 a year in base pay and housing and subsistence allowances. That figure would not reflect additional costs for things such as health and retirement benefits or combat pay. The shift to private contractors has often been justified as cheaper and more efficient. But the real reason for the use of private contractors is to reduce the political costs of war, according to P.W. Singer, an expert on private contractors and the military at the Brookings Institution in Washington. By using private contractors to do work soldiers once did, Singer said, the administration doesn’t have to call up more regular troops, or National Guard and reserves, or compromise with allies to get them to send more troops. “We don’t need another division there ó we’ve got 20,000 private military contractors,” Singer said. But Singer said it’s hard to see how five layers of profits and overhead could save money. “A cost-plus structure is contrary to all the lessons of free-market economics,” Singer said. “It is most ripe for abuse … and by layering it and layering it, you make it even worse.” The way to keep costs under control is vigorous oversight, Singer said. But government auditors and congressional investigators have had a difficult time examining how money has been spent in Iraq. A recent audit by the Defense Contract Audit Agency said Halliburton could not document 42 percent of a $4 billion invoice submitted to the Pentagon. Much of the $1.8 billion that lacked documentation was for subcontractors who helped feed U.S. troops ó the area in which Blackwater was working. Halliburton will not discuss subcontracts, saying they are private dealings. Company officials dispute all accusations that they have overbilled the Defense Department. The News & Observer obtained the Blackwater documents while reporting on the fate of four Blackwater contractors ambushed and killed in Fallujah in March: Zovko, Scott Helvenston, Wesley Batalona and Michael Teague. In the days after the men were killed, the images of the mob abusing the contractors’ bodies and dragging them through the streets drew worldwide outrage. The incident also spotlighted the growing role of private military contractors. What wasn’t clear at the time was how complex a structure lay beneath a simple decision: to use private contractors in Iraq. Blackwater’s charges to Regency for Zovko’s work were $815 a day, a markup of $215. In addition, Blackwater billed Regency separately for all its overhead and costs in Iraq: insurance, room and board, travel, weapons, ammunition, vehicles, office space and equipment, administrative support, taxes and duties. Blackwater executives declined to be interviewed for this report. Regency then billed ESS, the German food company. It’s unclear how much Regency tacked on for profit and overhead; Jameel Al Sane, the owner of Regency Hotel, and his associate, retired U.S. Army officer Tim Tapp, declined to answer questions. Kathy Potter, a former Blackwater employee who helped set up the company’s Kuwait office, said Regency was making a tidy profit. “Tim and Jameel would do stuff like quote ESS a price, say $1,500 per man per day, and then tell Blackwater that it had quoted ESS $1,200,” Potter said in an interview this summer. ESS, in turn, contracted with KBR, the division of Halliburton, which then billed the U.S government. The Army would not provide information on payments to ESS. The government has no contract with ESS, officials said, so the public must request information from KBR. Neither KBR nor ESS would answer questions about the contracts. The information belongs to KBR’s subcontractors and is confidential, KBR spokeswoman Melissa Norcross said. “Any contract details between Compass/ESS and its suppliers and employees are confidential and we adhere to a policy of nondisclosure,” Mike Moore, managing director for ESS in the Middle East, wrote in an e-mail message. Even the U.S. government struggles to get information about the spending. Accountants in the Defense Contract Audit Agency have had a long-running problem getting Halliburton to back up its invoices with documentation. In March, the agency complained that Halliburton wasn’t backing up its bills, despite repeated requests for supporting paperwork. The auditors said Halliburton couldn’t ensure subcontractors were doing their work and didn’t log their payments to them. Halliburton billed the government for as much as three times as many meals as were actually served, auditors said. The company couldn’t adequately explain or document payments to its dining subcontractors. Despite those complaints, the defense agency that approves the payments, the Army Field Support Command in Illinois, kept giving Halliburton more time to answer the auditors ó three extensions totaling 135 days. Finally, the auditors lost patience. In a strongly worded memo Aug. 16, they said Halliburton could not support $1.8 billion of a $4.2 billion payment request. The auditors urged the Army to stop the extensions and withhold 15 percent of the payment until Halliburton provided the backup documents: “It is clear to us KBR will not provide an adequate proposal until there is a consequence.” The Army has not yet decided whether to withhold the 15 percent from Halliburton. Congress has a hard time getting answers as well. Rep. Henry Waxman of California and other Democrats on the House Government Reform Committee have had trouble getting information on basic spending or Defense Department audits of Halliburton. The administration has not turned it over, and the committee has requested but not received copies of KBR contracts with subcontractors. “We don’t have accountability, we don’t have transparency on where the money is spent,” Waxman said. “Taxpayer money is being wasted. Huge amounts are going to subcontractors, and we have no idea how the money is being spent.” The private companies have also acted to protect themselves from their individual contractors and subcontractors. For example, at least some private contracts protect the companies from their workers’ becoming whistle-blowers. Contractors wanting to work for Blackwater in Iraq, such as Zovko, must sign contracts that compel them to pay Blackwater a quarter of a million dollars in instant damages if they violate their contract for doing things such as discussing details of the contracts or work. The contract between Blackwater and Regency also contains explicit confidentiality clauses. Singer, the Brookings Institution analyst, said that is typical but troubling: The agreement is between private companies, but their activities are wholly in the public interest. “The public is paying for it, and it is taking place in a war zone,” Singer said. “It illustrates the lack of transparency in this whole business.” © Belo Interactive Inc. http://www.wvec.com/sharedcontent/APStories/stories/D85UK0Q02.html

The Colonel May 14, 2014 at 10:24 pm

Your article is a bit dated, almost every charge against Blackwater was ultimately dropped as unfounded or when it was demonstrated that they were acting at the direct order of a government entity.

I’m not saying they’re heroes just that we got our money’s worth 99% of the time.

SCBlues May 14, 2014 at 10:47 pm

I want to learn more so am going to do some research – I just purchased “Blackwater” by Jeremy Scahill – supposed to be a good read. (And yes, I know he is a contributor to The Nation . . .)

Limbaughsaphatkhunt May 14, 2014 at 11:34 pm

a simple google of Blackwater and scandal will prove otherwise.

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 4:11 pm

almost every charge against Blackwater was ultimately dropped as unfounded we got our money’s worth 99% of the time.


so John Wayne Gacy was a good citizen 99% of the time.

CorruptionInColumbia May 15, 2014 at 7:34 am

… and this folks, is how scumbags like Lindsey and John McCain make their REAL money. It also explains why they are chomping at the bit for us to start WWIII.

SCBlues May 14, 2014 at 10:11 pm

FitsNews Shocker: Fits throws out some rancid red meat for the usual yahoos on here to salivate over – GrandTango and Company can always be counted on to jump up and down and squeal and blabber at the mention of ObamaCare! And it is the same old crap from the same old cruds over and over and over. Too funny!

Duz Guest Farten May 14, 2014 at 11:19 pm

I agree! Obama may be a muslim that hates this country by supporting and advocating for socialized ‘Cuba’ healthcare, the muslim brotherhood, as many abortions as possible, the end of oil and natural gas,government sanctioned, perverted marriage etc…
Too funny!???

Jackie Chiles May 15, 2014 at 11:44 am

(ScBlues response to anything Obama does wrong)

SCBlues May 15, 2014 at 12:06 pm

Obama did not do anything wrong. Just the usual BS that gets folks like you all giddy.

Jackie Chiles May 15, 2014 at 12:23 pm

(SCblues response to anyone who says Obama did something wrong)

SCBlues May 15, 2014 at 12:50 pm

Nope – this is my response to the BS that Fits slings out about the President – and it works every time!

Jackie Chiles May 15, 2014 at 1:33 pm

(has blind faith that everything Obama says is true)

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 4:10 pm

(has blind faith that liberals think everything Obama says is true)

SCBlues May 15, 2014 at 8:13 pm

Nope. You are wrong. Not even close. I do not have blind faith in anyone except for my immediate family and my three closest friends.

Jackie Chiles May 16, 2014 at 1:57 pm

(claims she doesn’t have blind faith what Obama says is true, immediately attacks anyone who doesn’t think everything Obama says is true)

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 4:10 pm

(Jackie Chiles response to anyone defending Obama)

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 4:09 pm

Does Obama do anything right?

CorruptionInColumbia May 15, 2014 at 6:24 pm

Ummmm… it’s getting harder to find it if he is…

Jackie Chiles May 16, 2014 at 1:56 pm

(Guy who is bad at trolling)

euwe max May 15, 2014 at 4:03 pm

I want one of those cushy federal eavesdropping jobs!


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