While using the podium to give a lengthy defense of Obamacare, first lady Michelle Obama uttered a pair of statements with which conservatives will likely disagree.
“We don’t believe in handouts. We don’t think anyone should get a free ride,” Obama said during a fundraising speech for Senate Democrats in New York Monday, according to the Washington Examiner.
At that point during her address, the first lady apparently switched gears, adding God to the equation.
“But we also understand one simple principle — that there but for the grace of God go I, that in the blink of an eye, any of us — any of us — could be faced with a terrible diagnosis. Any of us could be injured in a horrible accident," she reportedly said. "Any of us could lose the job we count on to support our family — any of us."
“And when that happens, it shouldn’t mean falling off a cliff. It shouldn’t mean having to go without food, or medicine, or a roof over our heads — not here in the United States of America. Not in the greatest country on the planet," Obama added. "That is not who we are."
(H/T: Gateway Pundit)