- - Tuesday, October 22, 2013


That was America standing behind President Obama in the Rose Garden this week as he stammered, and droned on and on, trying to explain away the epic disaster that Obamacare has become even before it has begun.

“About three weeks ago, as the federal government shut down,” he began.

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Expectant and hopeful, America stood tall on the steps behind him for as long as she could. She was proud and gazed at the nation’s new top health care provider proudly. But as the excuses and mistruths mounted and the barrage of words rolled on and on and on, she could not help but to begin to waver.

“… hasn’t worked as smoothly as it was supposed to,” the president said.

She began to sway slightly.

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“Health insurance for what may be the equivalent of your cellphone bill or your cable bill — and that’s a good deal!”

She tried valiantly to keep her footing.

“This product is good.”

She blinked and breathed deeply. Looked around.

“Exceeding expectations!”

She was so proud of him that she wanted to stand tall and not flag.

“… to lift from the American people the crushing burden of unaffordable health care,” he said.

Her eyes widened. She looked to her side. There was the light.

“… to free families from the pervasive fear that one illness “

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