What We’re Reading October 31, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday October 31, 2013.

Happy Halloween!

If you are one of the poor unfortunates who has used the Obamacare website, I am sorry to have to be the one to tell you this, but you have just put yourself at great personal risk. The security of the site is highly questionable.

Sebelius said testing occurs regularly, but told Rogers she would get back to him on whether any end-to-end security test of the entire system has ever occurred. Rogers responded that he knows there have been no such comprehensive security tests.

If you’re interested in knowing how Rep. Rogers is so sure that there haven’t been any comprehensive security tests conducted, it’s because he got this memo.

Joe Scarborough tells Hugh Hewitt that the President is a big fat liar.

Jonah Goldberg wonders who Obama is lying too… us or himself?

Senate Democrats are having a world of trouble trying to defend their support of Obamacare.

Factcheck.org wants to remind everyone that they’ve been calling President Obama a liar for years! Ever since the first time he mentioned that, “if you like your healthcare, you can keep it!”

Watch out for the ladybugs!

Oh, and have a happy Halloween! Don’t eat too much candy… the First Lady wouldn’t like it.



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