Thursday, November 14, 2013

Isn’t That Special

Back in late 2009 and 2010, poll after poll indicated a majority of Americans did not want Obamacare.

But Democrats went ahead anyway.

Early in 2010, opposition to Obamacare got a Republican elected as Senator in a special election . . . in Massachusetts.

But Democrats went ahead anyway.

It became clear that, unlike past major entitlement initiatives, Obamacare would get virtually no Republican votes in either the Senate or the House.  And polls continued to show a majority of Americans did not want it.

But Democrats went ahead anyway.

In September 2010, Senate Republicans tried to stop cancellations of health insurance policies due to Obamacare implementation.

But Democrats voted their resolution down . . . every Democrat.

In September 2013, when Obamacare was about to go into effect and it was obvious it was not ready to go, Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, and others tried to delay Obamacare.

But Democrats were so determined to go ahead with Obamacare on schedule that they shut down other parts of the Federal government to do so.

But nowwww that there is a growing backlash against the enormities of Obamacare, particularly policy cancellations, with Democrat poll numbers plummeting, Democrats are OH-so-concerned.

Well, isn’t that special.

In fact, it is so heartwarming, I created a meme this morning.

You're welcome.

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