ObamaCare, Lies, and Videotape...
On the cutting edge of 1970s technology, HealthCare.gov really should adopt a specific also-70s-era hit tune as it's theme song.
What song? Hint: "My brain's been battered / Splattered all over Manhattan / Sha-doobie..."
Between the death panels and the suicide-inducing frustration brought on by the constant cyber-rejections, who knew Mick and Kieth would turn out to be so prophetic?
But I Digress...
More than a few people have marveled at both the speed and ease in which Barack Obama stopped talking ObamaCare and pivoted ever-so-quickly to immigration "reform."
By the way, since when was enforcing the existing law considered "broken"?
But I Digress X2...
Barack Obama is self-admittedly a community organizer, and like all good rabble rousers... oops, I mean community organizers... once he has people whipped into a lather, his job is done. Time for Barry to get a-ramblin'.
Why does this come as such a shock to so many people? This is what this guy has done his entire life.
And when the Ship of State inadvertently sails into waters where ship has hit the fan, the Obama Doctrine dictates that no one in the Organizer-in-Chief's orbit be held accountable. Instead, nail some poor schmuck who's so far out on the periphery they're almost behind you.
Case in point:
- As oft pointed out, the only person jailed over the Benghazi Massacre was a Hollywood straight-to-Youtube movie maker.
- The only federal employee subject to a life changing circumstance involving Eric Holder's Fast & Furious debacle was Brian Terry. For those who may have forgotten, he's the dead Border Patrol Agent.
- With the roll out of ObamaCare making the Titanic looking like the the winner of the America's Cup, the only person who has been fired is the $26,000-a-year ObamaCare phone bank operator who made the mistake of telling the truth to Sean Hannity.
But I Digress X3...
As Peggy Noonan so eruditely stated in the Wall Street Journal, defending both the RMS Titanic and her Skipper when both are unfairly compared to ObamaCare:
Although in fairness, the Titanic at least had three good days, and Edward Smith chose to go down with the ship.