(Blogger’s note: This material was originally intended for last week, but due to my schedule lately, I did not have time to finish it then. My sincere apologies for this being overdue.)
Oh how the mighty have fallen! The man who not so long ago was so widely hailed as our new Secular Messiah, and Savior of the World, keeps revealing himself to be more and more pathetic with every day, proving himself to be, in the words of Clint Eastwood (because, as I’ve said before, the words of Hollywood actors are of infinite importance), “the greatest fraud ever perpetuated on the American people.”
First there was his incredibly shameless, and artless, lying about his lying about Obamacare.
“Now, if you have or had one of these plans before the Affordable Care Act came into law and you really like that plan, what we said was you could keep it if it hasn’t changed since the law was passed.”
(Italics added.) Of course, Dear Leader had never once said that last part before. (Ha, ha! Fooled ya suckas!”)
That one, in my humble opinion, beats out Slick Willie’s classic “It depends on what the meaning of the word ‘is,’ is.”
Then there was his half-assed, insincere “apology” for the debacle he had forced upon the nation, followed by his trying to wriggle out by saying insurance companies can offer their old plans (which had to be scrapped in order to comply with the new legislation) – thus, in typical Obama fashion trying to avoid responsibility for the damage, and putting the blame back on those Evil Insurance Companies.
You’d think now would be the perfect time for “conservative” Republicans to attack Obama and the Dems with all they got. But instead, the GOP establishment (after doing virtually nothing to stop this disaster), wants to sit back and let it Obamacare “implode of its own weight.”
In the meantime, Washington and their media cronies are spending all their ammo on Ted Cruz and the Tea Party, frantically scrambling to dig up any dirt they can. (OMG! Cruz liked to drink in college! And he was . . . get this! . . . ambitious! So unlike humble “choom room” Barry.)
We’re supposed to fear the sinister ambitions of those rare politicians who dare suggest the government actually follow constitutional limits, while at the same time putting our faith and trust in politicians (of either party) who constantly and shamelessly expand the power of unlimited, lawless government. It’s all for our own good, of course.
,Now is a golden opportunity to fight for the principles of freedom and limited constitutional government, against this spectacular failure of the federal leviathan. Men follow courage of conviction. Nobody follows spineless compromise, or those who stand for nothing. Yeah, it mucked up history, but “conservatives” would do well to sit down and watch Mel Gibson’s Braveheart, and ponder its lessons