On the one hand, Nancy Pelosi claims Dems will be happy to stand tall for Obamacare in 2014. On the other hand, a Super PAC she’s involved with is running ads like this:

With friends like the Democratic House Majority PAC, does Obamacare need enemies?

The PAC is up with an ad defending Miami Rep. Joe Garcia, but it’s not attacking rivals like Republican Carlos Curbelo. Instead, it’s insulating him against claims he’s an Obamacare apologist is an object lesson in how Democrats look like they’re running scared from the Affordable Care Act.

Shorter version of these kinds of Dem ads: “Yeah, I supported this cluster f*ck. Now re-elect me so I can fix it!” Hopefully voters don’t fall for that BS in droves, but given that so many voters fell for the original obvious lies used to sell O-care, I’m not optimistic.


4 Responses to “Heh: Pelosi’s ‘House Majority PAC’ bashes Obamacare in Florida race”

  1. backwoodsconservative on February 13th, 2014 2:44 pm

    Never underestimate the power of human stupidity. If the people those ads are aimed at used their heads, they never would have become Democrat voters to begin with.

  2. Truesoldier__ on February 13th, 2014 3:14 pm

    I am surprised the ad didn't have a voice over saying something like, "Nancy Pelosi said we need to pass the bill to see what was in it. Now that Rep Garcia has seen what was in the bill he knows it's flaws. Re-elect Rep Garcia so he can work to change these flaws and make the Affordable Care Act work for all Americans."

    That would be a true to democrat form, find some other reason to blame other than Obamacare is working precisely as it was designed to work.

  3. Marshall_Will on February 13th, 2014 10:30 pm

    What's ironic in all of this, it is/was typical M.O of telemarketing scam artists to victimize people w/ employment opportunities/investments/non-existent 'charitable organizations'… and THEN go back to that same group for a SECOND scam pretending to 'represent' them in a recovery of defrauded funds sham!

    Heck, they already HAD their phone numbers and addresses? B/c of a few bad apples. CON-gress made it illegal to sell virtually anything by phone, but it's perfectly "okay" for them to defraud voters under identical circumstances..!?!?

    Only if you LET them.

  4. kizifree on February 21st, 2014 7:07 am

    I feel a little self-conscious writing a comment with all the other intelligent sounding comments here, but I feel I should. I believe you're right on many of your points in this article.

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