Neil Cavuto destroys mr. Obama’s lies, and let me tell you, it is comprehensive, and pure poetry.
Barack Obama is lately fully exposed on the disaster known as Obamacare, or the UNaffordable Care Act.
He deliberately sought to delay its implementation until this year, for the obvious reason that the pain and suffering Americans are now experiencing would occur AFTER he sought reelection.
His strategy worked despite its transparency, but what I find particularly fascinating now is that the righteous and bold stand by Boehner / Cruz / Lee to block Obamacare (or defund it, or delay it, or otherwise banish it to the ash heap of history before it spreads its evil wings and takes flight) is happening at the exact same moment that tens of millions of Americans are discovering just how bad the law is.
The New York Times just published an amazing trail of tears, including these <link>:
“These are not glitches,” said an insurance executive who has participated in many conference calls on the federal exchange.
“The extent of the problems is pretty enormous. At the end of our calls, people say, ‘It’s awful, just awful.’
By early this year, people inside and outside the federal bureaucracy were raising red flags. “We foresee a train wreck,” an insurance executive working on information technology said in a February interview. “We don’t have the I.T. specifications. The level of angst in health plans is growing by leaps and bounds. The political people in the administration do not understand how far behind they are.”
Here is my personal favorite:
Many users of the federal exchange were stuck at square one. A New York Times researcher, for instance, managed to register at 6 a.m. on Oct. 1. But despite more than 40 attempts over the next 11 days, she was never able to log in. Her last attempts led her to a blank screen.
Wow, FORTY attempts to log back in…
There is something biblical about that number of attempts, and where Barack Obama’s policies are concerned, there can be no positive association with Biblical prophesy, no salvation.