On Thursday, the White House marked the death of 95-year-old South African leader Nelson Mandela with a picture of Barack Obama next to a quote attributed to the president on Twitter.
“Rest in peace, Nelson Mandela,” the tweet said.
It appears that MSNBC’s Ed Schultz now thinks he speaks for the Almighty. During his Wednesday broadcast, he claimed that God approves of Obamacare, the massive healthcare law that has caused millions to lose their health insurance coverage, the National Review reported Thursday.
“I’ll tell you what I think God thinks of the Affordable Care Act: it’s a big amen,” he said in response to a viewer’s question.
It seems Barack Obama believes the failing healthcare.gov website is his personal property. In an interview with Barbara Walters, Obama referred to it as “my website” while acknowledging that it isn’t working properly, the Weekly Standard reported Saturday.
“Obviously my most recent concern has been that my website’s not working,” he said. “We’re evaluating why it is exactly that I didn’t know soon enough that it wasn’t going to work the way it needed to. But my priority now has been to just make sure that it works.”
In a video posted Saturday at Freedom Connector, retired Maj. Gen. Paul E. Vallely demands that Congress and all branches of the government do their “Constitutional duties” and demand the “forced resignations” of President Obama and other administration officials.
“Our entire government needs to be cleansed,” he said, while calling for massive deregulation.
According to Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., Tea Party Republicans want to destroy people in their districts, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid did a good thing when he violated Senate rules to invoke the nuclear option, and Barack Obama should simply rule by decree, issuing executive orders for “everything,” Politicker reported Saturday.
Nearly a dozen GOP House members have introduced articles of impeachment against Attorney General Eric Holder, MSNBC reported Thursday.
Rep. Pete Olson, R-Texas, drafted the articles, telling Reuters on Wednesday it was not an easy decision to make, but one that had to be done given Holder’s conduct in office.
While appearing on Monday’s edition of the Today Show, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin schooled Matt Lauer, informing him that Obamacare is nothing more than “socialized medicine” that is “being crammed” down America’s throat.
Palin also hammered Lauer when he asked about Obama’s apology last week.
Josh Barry, of Camp Hill, Penn., is hopping mad after the head of a local teacher’s union suggested he may be a “neo-Nazi” for questioning a school assignment given to his eighth-grade daughter, the Daily Caller reported Monday, citing a report by my LU colleague Renee Nal. Barry, however, is Jewish, and according to a post at the Gateway Pundit, is married to a woman who is half-black.
Barry, Nal said, is a “vigilant parent” who was shocked when he reviewed his daughter’s paperwork and discovered a “highly political assignment citing a New York Times article that blamed the Republicans for the government ‘shutdown,’ along with a worksheet that accompanied the article.”
Forget all the talk of Terry McAuliffe cruising to an easy victory in Virginia. It seems Democrats in that state are so nervous they’ve taken to issuing robocalls falsely claiming Ken Cuccinelli supports Obamacare and taxpayer-funded abortion. This despite the fact that Cuccinelli was the first to file a lawsuit against the massive law.
According to a post at the Washington Free Beacon, the recording claims to be paid for by the Democratic Party of Virginia.
While appearing at a Memphis library with Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., gave Americans a verbal middle finger when he told those upset with Obamacare to “get over it,” the National Journal reported Friday.
“Change is hard. Get over it. Barack Obama is president, and the Affordable Care Act is the law,” he said, dismissing concerns many have about the flawed legislation that has seen millions lose their health coverage despite Obama’s repeated statements to the contrary.
In what is being described as a “disturbing” encounter with the toll-free Obamacare hotline, Fox News‘ Jim Angle said Friday that after giving the Obamacare call center operator his name and address, the representative came back and identified him as a member of the media.
If Rep. Steve Stockman, R-Texas, has his way, Congress will assign special prosecutors to investigate the Obama administration, WND reported Thursday.
“From Benghazi to Fast and Furious to crony deals for ‘green’ energy to Obamacare the lawless Obama administration must be reined in. I am calling on Congress to establishment Select Committees on these scandals with full subpoena power,” he said in a statement.