Tuesday, October 1, 2013 – 10:00 a.m.
Glitches galore in the first day for open enrollement in state exchanges under the Affordable Care Act.
Many websites have delays.
It’ll be intereting to see the sticker shock families will experience, when they see the rates for higher-end, low co-pay, plans.
Yawn! Government shutdown – Day One
The federal government has partially shutdown, and not many really seem to care. I know I don’t.
After all, those entitlement checks will continue to roll out, until the debt ceiling is reached on October 17.
The country is going broke, and it’s time to save some money!
Congress should take some vacation time.
San Bernardino mayoral candidate provides a little entertainment
San Bernardino mayoral candidate Concepion Powell has been providing some humor in the race to be the next mayor of bankrupt San Bernardino. Powell was supposed to be one of eleven candidates.
Unfortunately, she ‘misplaced’ her checkbook, and didn’t pay her filing and ballot statement fee, after several warnings from the city clerk.
Powell’s named was ordered removed from the ballot.
But now Powell has paid the fee to run as a write-in candidate. Laugh-out-loud!
With this example of management, and organizational skill, all Powell will do is take votes from the down-ballot bottom feeders.
Polling circulating in the contest has Council Members Wendy McCammack and Chase Kelley leading the pack, respectively.