Can’t Separate Obama and Policies
Now, for those who say don’t attack Obama, attack his policies, I told you once that I had a meeting with a Republican who was pondering seeking the Republican presidential nomination, and his point to me was, we have to attack these policies, can’t really attack him. That just won’t work because, first, the historical nature of his presidency and so forth will be sidetracked by criticism that we get because of that and the genuine criticism of his policies will not be heard, be deflected, we have to focus on the policies. Now, in an overpriced university classroom or faculty lounge, that might be a fun concept to discuss, and maybe employ. But how do you do this? How do you attack Obama’s policies and not attack him, when his policies are sold under false pretenses?
When socialism and crony capitalism wear sheep’s clothing, why waste time debating the sheep? Examples: Obamacare. Obamacare was promised, we were assured, even though all of us knew this is total BS ’cause we know the math, we were nevertheless promised that Obamacare would reduce the deficit and the cost of health insurance policies and the cost of health care itself. That’s what we were told. It was promised that consumers would have more choice, greater access, on and on and on. Premiums would be reduced by $2500. We were told that Obamacare would reduce the deficit, that it would not cost anywhere near a trillion dollars.