The Obamacare law is a failure. It’s as much a failure as its namesake. A CBS poll out this week, put Mr. Obama’s approval rating at 37 percent and support for the Obamacare law, which I call a crap sandwich, plummeted to 31 percent.
I’m not the kind to tell most of my fellow citizens, “I told ya so,” but I have no compunction about yelling that loudly to any liberal who sought to force this monstrosity down our throats.
It's hard to watch the inept roll-out of Obamacare and be surprised about anything these days. But just when I think I've seen everything, the man-child and his administration and allies throw me a curve-ball.
Resident Obama is feeling the heat. A healthy dose of reality must be sinking into the head of the leftist-in-chief, as he realizes that he tasked government to do something it was never designed to do: run one-sixth of the U.S. economy.
In this Friday, Oct. 11, 2013 computer frame grab, a HealthCare.gov website error message is displayed. (AP Photo/HealthCare.gov)
It’s because he knows that the Democrat party owns this pig lock, stock and barrel, he’s trying to assess blame to the GOP. Speaking at a Wall Street Journal event, Obama tried to make the case that the law wasn’t succeeding because Republicans were not behind it.
This absurd, and child-like claim, is ludicrous. The GOP didn’t vote for Obamacare. The GOP wasn’t in charge of writing any part of Obamacare. And the GOP were not responsible for the roll-out of Obamacare.
Obama’s claim is tantamount to blaming the Toronto City Council for the crack-smoking habits of the mayor. The fact that Obama would dare make such a claim reveals his desperation.
This week, at a hearing about security concerns with the Obamacare site, experts were asked by a lawmaker if the site was secure. Down the row, all four answered, "no." They were then asked if health care.gov would be secure by the Nov. 30 deadline imposed by Resident Obama. Again, all answered, "no."
[sharequote align="center"]That's what they are worried about? The illusion of the law's success? [/sharequote]
It's been reported that Democrats are concerned that people will not sign up for Obamacare because of all the scrutiny being paid to security. They are concerned because this will lead to the much-talked-about, “death spiral.”
That's what they are worried about? The illusion of the law's success? At this point I couldn't care less about propping up a law that is a clear failure. I couldn't care less about Democrat's “worries.”
I find the idea that Americans are supposed to put their personal data at risk, just to give the appearance that Obamacare is working, and insulate liberals from the natural political blow back, absurd and offensive. I'll not risk my family's security just to get Resident Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid past the next election.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-NVand House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-CA speak to reporters in 2009. Photo Credit: MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images
Democrats clearly only care about saving face over their disgraceful votes for Obamacare, not American families. Democrats clearly only care about saving their own collective behinds and preserving what they can of the failed liberal ideology. I caution all Americans to protect themselves from Democrats and their destructive law and its flawed roll-out.
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