How can this be? Wasn’t Obamacare his “signature accomplishment?”

This week is the two-year anniversary of the ramming through of Obamacare, and apparently the White House is not planning to mark the occasion, the Washington Free Beacon reports, via CNN Radio’s Lisa Desjardins. What-no celebrity-studded party, featuring gourmet entreès and freshly-picked vegetables from Michelle’s (read the U.S. Park Service’s) garden, and enchanting spontaneous singing by Barack? This news comes just a few days after the release of Davis Guggenheim’s propaganda film, which deceptively repeats the lie from the 2008 campaign about Obama’s dying mother fueling his determination to reform (read “destroy”) our health care system. A person watching “The Road We’ve Traveled” might actually think that the Obama re-elect team is proud of the Orwellian-named “Affordable Care Act,” when in reality they’ve seen the poll numbers mentioned in the article. The American people DESPISE Obamacare, and they know it. That’s why they view it as something that they’d prefer not to shine a light on, at least when most of the country is watching.

The baloney about health care in Guggenheim’s crockumentary is like one of those “moderate” Iman’s speeches, in which he vows “death to Israel,” hoping it won’t be heard by the useful idiots he’s trying to con.  It’s intended for a very select audience, and that audience only, in this case, the emotionally-driven and/or low-information constituency that can be fooled again into voting for Obama.

The Obama campaign is as proud of the disaster that is Obamacare as your dog is of the accident he left on the carpet.


One comment

  1. I wonder if they are using a theme similar to what Roosevelt used to get SS passed back in the 30’s. Wasn’t it roundly despised by everyone but the rats, but could not be repealed after it went into effect? If Romney and the ‘pubs don’t put everything into repealing this monstrosity, I’m moving to Mars!

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