Disapproval of Obamacare is now at almost 60 percent, but that’s only because people are too unenlightened, according to Ezra Klein’s new clown show Vox.com.
According to Vox, the millions who have received cancellation notices and premium increases, along with anybody who can see how the law is damaging the economy, are just too dumb to grasp the awesomeness of Obamacare:
Vox is like The Onion and Funny or Die all rolled into one — all sponsored by G.E., the corporation some at Vox used to bash. Perfect.
Speaking of the millions who received cancellation notices, they didn’t even warrant a mention in Vox’s Obamacare cheerleading session. Big surprise.
Is there a saying that goes “don’t bring a Nerf gun to an artillery battle”? If not, there should be:
President Obama said his administration will today impose a new round of sanctions on Russia, targeting an “expanded list of individuals and companies,” with particular focus on some high-tech defense exports.
The president, speaking during a joint press conference with President Benigno Aquino, said the sanctions will “remain targeted,” applied in coordination with European allies, though will not hit Russian President Vladimir Putin directly.
The “goal is not to go after Putin personally, the goal is to change his calculus,” Obama said, “and encourage him to walk the walk and not just talk the talk when it comes to diplomatically resolving the crisis in Ukraine.”
This morning I heard Charles Krauthammer on the Laura Ingraham show calling Team Obama’s response “comical,” and that’s putting it politely. If Putin takes back Ukraine he’ll be the biggest hero in Russia since Catherine the Great for his efforts to regain land the Soviet Union lost when communism collapsed, and Obama’s concerned about hurting his feelings?
We’ll know the Obama administration really means business when they attempt to repo the re-set button.
State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki tried to explain her unintentionally hilarious “promise of the hashtag” tweet that was deservedly ridiculed.
Her “explanation” was just as funny:
“I was highlighting the fact that they (Russian leadership) haven’t been following up their hashtags with action.”
These people make Neville Chamberlain look like Patton.
2014: Harry Reid condemns ‘hateful racist’ Cliven Bundy
2008: Nevada Sen. Harry Reid was impressed by ‘light-skinned’ Obama’s lack of ‘Negro dialect’
Fortunately for the Dems the MSM is in their back pocket, or else making Harry Reid their front man on this particular issue might horribly backfire.
Update: Couldn’t help but wonder…
Here’s a perfect example of how the media spins these things:
When Harry Reid was apologizing for his stupid racial remarks about Obama did the media refer to him as a “liberal icon” or any such thing? (Rhetorical question only)
Over at LifeNews.com they have an article featuring an array of coupons for abortion discounts. Yes — coupons.
This has to be one of the sickest: Sunday only!
How about this one:
Don’t bring any children… except of course for the one that’s to be killed.
Many more disgusting examples here.
On this same subject, I ran across an interview with Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger (last name “Slee” at the time of this interview). Wait for the very end. “No more babies” about sums it up. Pelosi must be so proud of her award:
“No More Babies” would have been a much more descriptive, not to mention honest, name for Planned Parenthood.
The creepy Easter Bunny was back this year. It just has to be Biden in this costume:
Looks like somebody spent some time in the Choom Wagon before the appearance. Ditto for the bunny.
Putin’s got to be shaking in his boots.
Each day that goes by without lightning striking anywhere in the proximity of Nancy Pelosi diminishes my faith in the existence of a benevolent God just a little more:
Using a religious tradition to push amnesty — so very Nancy. I’m sure she handed out voter registration cards as well… because of Easter approaching and all.
God was probably even more impressed with Pelosi’s Margaret Sanger award.
This is a hilarious glimpse into the minds of some pro gun control proponents (video by way of CNS News):
Those who consider their own words to be “getting trapped” by an interviewer just asking some basic questions might want to re-consider their position on the issue.
This is too funny:
Ha! Harry Reid’s “sources” unavailable for comment.
Chances are Reid won’t comprehend Romney’s slam, because this is all Harry hears in his head these days: KochBrothers KochBrothers KochBrothers KochBrothers KochBrothers KochBrothers KochBrothers…
This might even be funnier than H.W. Bush’s 1988 “Dukakis in a tank” ad:
And for those who still don’t get it, National Journal was good enough to spell it out:
Er, yeah, I think we got it.