Off the beaten path online: Hoyer knew of Massa allegations...

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Today’s Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Hoyer knew of Massa allegations, Dems at risk of decades in desert, and Obama’s malignant narcissism.

  • Politico: Hoyer knew of Massa allegations

But several House aides told POLITICO that the House ethics committee has been informed of allegations that the New York Democrat, who is married with two children, made unwanted advances toward a junior male staffer.

  • NY Post: Dems at risk of decades in desert
ObamaCare isn’t Medicare: Medicare’s been popular since before it passed. It’s an enormous boon to those it serves, at little noticeable cost to everyone else. “Health-care reform” will take a lot away from a lot of people — forcing them to change plans, hiking their taxes and more.
American Thinker: Obama’s malignant narcissism
The hardest thing in psychiatry is to keep an open mind while sitting with a patient, who might be trying to provoke and manipulate the doctor, day after day, month after month. We want to understand troubled people, but people are complex.

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Kerry Picket

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Kerry Picket, a former Opinion Blogger/Editor of The Watercooler, was associate producer for the Media Research Center, a content producer for Robin Quivers of "The Howard Stern Show" on Sirius satellite radio and a production assistant and copy writer at MTV.

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