Meaning, of course, that exceptionally high premiums, astronomical deductibles and the millions of cancellations were planned — right?
As Twitchy reported today, liberal heads are exploding over the fact that Rep. Darrell Issa cut off Elijah Cumming’s microphone after the Oversight Committee hearing in which Lois Lerner plead the Fifth Amendment.
Now, race-baiter Jesse Jackson claims the move was — wait for it — racist. That right, racist:
As my Conservative Firing Line colleague Howard Portnoy related earlier today, Lois Lerner, the former IRS official in charge of the department that targeted Tea Party and other conservative groups, plead the Fifth Amendment — again — when she appeared to testify before Congress.
One of the exhibits in that hearing was a damning email tweeted by Fox News’ Greta van Susteren:
According to Roseanne Barr, the former Green Party candidate who said rich people should be beheaded if they refuse to give up their wealth, the 9/11 terror attacks are a direct result of Ronald Reagan busting the air traffic controller union.
Barr made the ridiculous claim on Twitter and was immediately taken to task.
In an interview with Time magazine, McCain said Obama made a good impression on GOP Senators at a dinner last year because in his view, the president was simply smarter than they were.
It happened again, this time in a discussion about whether or not Putin is listening to Obama. As Twitchy noted, Bush said he got a “sense of [Putin's] soul” when he first met the Russian leader in 2001.
According to a press release posted at the Gateway Pundit, Jenny Beth Martin said she received word just before giving testimony to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Job Creation, and Regulatory Affairs.
According to a 2012 study done by Northwestern University, only 48% of Democrats know the Earth orbits the sun and understand that it takes a year for it to do so.
It’s become a pattern throughout this presidency. So much so that it’s now become a joke. No matter the occasion, Barack Obama somehow manages to insert himself, because apparently, everything is all about him.
That was the case Wednesday when the White House marked the 95th anniversary of the Grand Canyon being named a national park with — wait for it — a picture of Obama.
“’Give us back our country!,’ that’s what I want you to say in the [midterm] election.” he said, apparently urging supporters to engage in lawlessness.