Sunday, October 30, 2016


The real outrage of Obamacare isn't that its passage relied on the "stupidity of the American voter" not to see what the law--rammed through Congress without proper oversight because the architects were afraid of letting anyone see what was in it--was really about, as one key architect of the law helpfully explained; but that its success relied on the intelligence of the so-called smart people who designed this ramshackle POS spending plan. Heck, for that smart guy architect, nothing is wrong at all.