A brutally frank assessment of the liar on the White House tonight by South Carolina Republican Trey Gowdy. One of the best lines when discussing the quandary of Americans facing having no insurance come January is “I’m happy to bail my fellow citizens out, but I’m not going to bail him out.”
Bam, nailed it. Yet now that’s what Democrats are going to ask Republicans to do, just weeks after mercilessly excoriating them for warning about this disaster. And, of course, they’ll be portrayed as the bad guys if they don’t go along with bailing Obama out of his mess.
Then the sad reality: “This is what happens when you base a campaign on a fundamental lie.” What really should happen is anyone who voted for this is punished in the 2014 midterms.