Monday, February 10, 2014

They don't want to overwhelm America with Obamacare's awesomeness

The Obama Administration has wisely delayed another so-called mandate of the so-called law because, well, 2014 elections:
At this point, they are just making it up. Any pretense that they are implementing an actual law, as enacted by Congress, is pretty much gone.
Of course, by delaying Obamacare again, doesn't this keep Americans from reading a bedtime story to their kids at night?  Well, that's a shame.

Extra - From Nice Deb.

More - Charles Krauthammer: "It’s as if the law is simply a blackboard on which Obama writes any number he wants, any delay he wants and any provision. It’s now reached a point where it is so endemic that nobody even notices or complains."


Then and now said...

"We demand that he delay the employer mandate!"

"How dare he delay the employer mandate!"

Telly Prompter said...

Charles Krauthammer: "It’s now reached a point where it is so endemic that nobody even notices or complains."

Why, it's almost as if the unending, reflexive shrieks of doom have become an ignorable hum of white noise. It's almost as if there's been so much repetition of meritless criticism that even valid points carry little weight. That's so weird.

Anonymous said...

"meritless criticism"


But it ALL has merit! said...

[i]"meritless criticism"


Keep telling it to your fellow 45%. It's only Strategy 101. You shoot your wad 24/7 on longform birth certificates and "you didn't build that" and imminent gun confiscation/ammo stockpiles and Moochelle's vegetables and fist bumps and Solyndra and "God damn America" and death panels and madrasas and czars and teleprompters and Obamaphones and ACORN pimps and socialism and gas prices and Benghazi and FEMA camps and Ground Zero mosques... and then you have no idea why you aren't getting more traction on illegal NSA spying or drone abuse or Obamacare f*-ups and enforcement switcheroos. So baffling. So wrong.

For the wider public, the strategic outrage reserve went bone dry years ago. But don't give up! Your luck's bound to change. Drill, baby, drill.