Skip to comments.Liberal blogger gets skewered on Twitter for failed Obamacare prediction
Posted on 10/19/2013 9:04:07 AM PDT by lowbridge
Poor Matt Yglesias.
The liberal economics blogger for Slate thinks he knows more than you. So when people began predicting that the Obamacare exchanges might not get off to such a great start, he was there to correct them.
I wanted to once again take the opportunity to lay down a marker and say once again that Obamacare implementation is going to be a huge political success, he wrote in July on his blog.
But so far, the implementation of Obamacares online exchanges have gone anything but swell
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Ya think maybe he and ole Matt are hiding out in the same place?
I think "liberal blogger" is just a euphemism for "unemployed guy with art history degree living in mom's basement." --- hmm...seems quite plausible... :D
Matt Ygalis, Andrew Sullivan,Greg Seargent, and Jonathan Chait. Yeah all you guys in your Obama cheerleading skirts..
Get over here. Your crow us ready to eat.
> Poor Matt Yglesias.
Thanks lowbridge, sidebar:
Brian Cates is having quite an afternoon on Twitter
Spartanburg Tea Party | October 18, 2013 | Brian Cates
Posted on Sat Oct 19 11:41:03 2013 by Resettozero
This guy looks like a queer. No wonder he’s a cheerleader for our Faggot-in-Chief.
And Matt Yglesias has replied how?
Matt Yglesias prediction:
1895: Heavier than air machines are impossible:
1946: Television won’t last. It’s just a flash in the pan.
1955: Rock&Roll? It will never catch on.
1963: The Beatles have absolutely no future in show business.
1968: Men will never land on the moon and return to earth, alive.
1972: Computers for home use will never become popular. The average person has no need for a computer in his house.
1980: No one will ever need more than 640KB of memory on their home computer.
1860: There is no way the north can win a war against the south.
North won and a horrible precedent was set.
We all know people like this (mostly libs). In Middle school band class, my new music teacher proudly proclaimed "the Beatles are a flash in the pan, won't last more than a year!" when the Beatles first started performing. As I graduated a few years later, all the students were laughing at him because he was such a loser.
I remembered all the warnings about so little snow up here in Pennsylvania, funny thing is, they underestimated how much snow would fall, not to mention how cold it would get each time. I guess it could be a stretch to say that humans abolished the winter season.