Obamacare – the continuing saga
More and more cracks are being found as the Obamacare train continues to plow along. Democrats have admitted that existing programs would need to be cut; that it’s all about redistribution of wealth (shock, horror, you don’t say!) and the latest, that they don’t care about the constitution. Come on America – you need to wake up and smell the coffee.
Within one week of ObamaCare being crammed through the Congress, we had Rep Jesse Jackson Jr. admiting that programs would need to be cut to pay for it and we had Sen. Max Baucus admit that it was really a wealth re-distribution plan.
Now we have Rep. Phil Hare admitting that when it comes to health care “reform,” he doesn’t “worry about the Constitution”. Can’t wait to see what next week will bring. Read here
And in a related story – remember how those racist tea-party protesters at the White House spat and called out the N-word (no less than 15 times!) – and which BTW, they are still to find evidence of, even in today’s technological world – well here’s the latest. It’s all been proven a scam.
It was a Set-up….
The American Thinker did an outstanding job describing the events on March 20th, when democratic members of Congress in Washington DC were reportedly taunted by tea party activists with racial and sexual slurs. It appears from the timeline of the events that this race-baiting story was in the works before the Black Caucus members paraded through the tea party crowd on Capitol Hill.
Now Doug Ross found this—–
McClatchy released their story on the reported attacks on the Black Caucus members at 4:51 PM EST. The McClatchy reporter William Douglas refers to Huffington Post contributor Sam Snead as a source in his article.
But… The Huffington Post did not post their article until 4:56 PM EST:
It looks like the democratic-media complex was working on this story before it even occurred.
…If it even occurred.
The Black Caucus members and democratic-media complex STILL have not provided any proof that the N-word was said once, let alone 15 times, as Rep. Andre Carson claimed. Read here