And by “God” I think he’s talking about Obama:

One way to make an MSNBC host overtly religious is when it comes to defending the Obamacare train wreck.

I doubt the actual God would support Obamacare, Ed. Case in point: Proverbs 6:17 says a “lying tongue” is an abomination to the Lord:


9 Responses to “MSNBC’s Ed Schultz: God supports Obamacare”

  1. doriangrey1 on December 5th, 2013 9:22 pm

    Schultz is a Nazi just waiting for the chance to help Obama seize power.

    When you have gone to far.

  2. backwoodsconservative on December 5th, 2013 9:59 pm

    Not even divine intervention can keep that house of cards from collapsing.

  3. Marshall_Will on December 6th, 2013 12:47 am

    Thought quite the opposite actually! Fr: Truesoldier's Free Beacon link yesterday;

    “There are a number of security concerns already with the website, and that’s without even actually hacking the site, that’s just a purely passive analysis of [it],” he said. "

    From the "Even a BLIND squirrel finds a nut ONCE in awhile!" files, nothing, and I mean NOTHING can be this screwed up! Period. Even'ers in the 90's were schlocking together web launches nearly daily and while most failed ( for commercial reasons and poor biz plans… ) they all WORKED! Please rent "" for an insider's view of how commonplace web launches were in the late 90's. That was 15 YEARS ago people..!

    If God didn't have anything to do w/ this ongoing debacle.., ( surely He must be snickering! )

  4. Marshall_Will on December 6th, 2013 12:57 am

    "and that’s without even actually hacking the site"

    Doesn't this just show not only how transparent this new gov. seems to treat our most private details and data? I think there's more to this. Like the Dell cheapie I picked up new a few years back w/ Windows 7, it froze in under a year as it never cleared its HISTORY.

    Guys, I think the *real* design here was to share virtually ALL of that "Big Data" w/ any and every Gov.Agency that felt the need or desire to peruse it at WILL. No more subpoenas, search warrants, JACK. Be it NSA, FBI, Common [rotten to the] Core, you name it.

    There's no innovation in what they publicly claimed to be doing. If that were the case, Travelocity and Hertz would be perpetually CRASHED. This was about data-mining across the board.

  5. ChapBix on December 6th, 2013 1:49 am

    "I doubt the actual God would support Obamacare, Ed. Case in point: Proverbs 6:17 says a “lying tongue” is an abomination to the Lord"

    Excellent point, Doug! He does not look kindly, on thievery, either! I somehow doubt that Sgt. Ed Schultz and his Maker are on intimate terms as a result of Schultz's choice. I could be wrong on that but based on what I have seen of him, I suspect not.

  6. .kizijogos on December 6th, 2013 6:07 am

    "There are some security concerns have been with the site, and there is really no need to hack the site, it's just a completely passive analysis of [it]," he said. "
    What do you think about this feature

  7. @ReaganiteGOPer on December 6th, 2013 8:42 am

    Perhaps your god Satan does, Ed

  8. Truesoldier__ on December 6th, 2013 12:50 pm

    It's like I said the other day on MM site, this was by design. This way the libs can share all the private data of anyone foolish enough to go to the website, but then blame the breach on the Russian mob or Nigerian email scammers (cause both of them will also be going to the site to get the data as well). This is taking Rahm Emanuel's "never let a crisis go to waste" and actually creating a crisis and not let it go to waste.

  9. Truesoldier__ on December 6th, 2013 12:55 pm

    I saw this the other day and thought that it would fit in nicely with the delusions that Ed Schultz is showing:

    here was an awkward moment at today's House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing on Obamacare when a New York Democrat rapped GOP critics with quotes from a satirical New Yorker feature, The Borowitz Report.

    Rep. Carolyn Maloney, while calling it her own “distinguished comedic think tank,” quoted from several stories in the Borowitz satire blog as if they were accurate, most notably one in which author Andy Borowitz joked that Republicans are complaining that the problem-plagued Obamacare website is working too fast.

    She later called the blog a “distinguished report.” Maloney said, “The distinguished report went on to criticize some of my Republican colleagues for plotting to make the Affordable Care Act work, criticizing efforts by President Obama and his team to be flexible, making adjustments in their plan.”

    Borowitz describes his column as “news, reshuffled.” His latest post is about how the Hubble Space Telescope is sending “selfies” back to NASA.

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