Vindication for Cruz, Lee and Palin
Can’t wait for a conservative super ticket.
Check it out:
Here you go. This is it. The Washington Post story. “Obama’s Ratings Tumble After Health Care Flaws. It’s by Dan Balz and Peyton M. Craighill. “The flawed rollout of the Affordable Care Act,” Obamacare, “has pushed President Obama to the lowest point of his presidency, with dwindling faith in his competence and in many of the personal attributes that have buoyed him in the past, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
“Opposition to the new health care law also hit a record high in the survey, with 57% saying they oppose [Obamacare]. Forty-six percent say they are strongly against it.” Fifty-seven percent oppose it in the Gallup poll. Fifty-six percent say that government should not have anything to do with health care.
Now, never mind, folks, that just one month ago — just 30 days ago — these same Washington Post/ABC polls were telling us what idiots Ted Cruz and Mike Lee were for trying to stop Obamacare. Just a month ago moderate Republicans — and, if I might add, conservative Republicans who are scared to be known as conservative Republicans and try to portray themselves as moderate — were saying that. In fact, let me get even more precise.
Conservative media people scared to death to be identified as such, who portray themselves as moderate Republicans, were also telling us that Ted Cruz and Mike Lee were absolute idiots for trying to stop Obamacare, that there was no way it could happen. The same conservative media types — afraid to be conservative, and so they cast themselves as moderate, centrists, or what have you — were also telling us that there was no way some lunatic like Ted Cruz or Sarah Palin or somebody like that would ever, ever break out and have a chance at getting the Republican nomination.