Barack said that those who passed ObamaCare would be on the “right side of history”. That turned out to be one of many unconscionable lies. Are you on the wrong side or the right side of history? Is there even a “wrong side” or a “right side”? What do those terms mean and why do (Marxist) politicians and pundits use them? Nationally syndicated columnist and best-selling author Jonah Goldberg explains:
The Democrat majority in Congress passed ObamaCare, Barack’s singular ‘achievement’ in eight miserable years…and now it’s being replaced by the American Health Care Act, which, can be read online at readthebill.gop. It won’t be a secret and it won’t have to be passed at night without anyone reading it. There will be debate, there will be compromise. With any luck at all, it won’t go bankrupt the way that ObamaCare did.
The elite mainstream media tried to sell ObamaCare to the nation and pulled out all the stops, shilling for it. They put their credibility on the line.
I am no fan of Judith Miller, a former reporter for the New York Times. She was just another harsh critic of President Trump, and was mystified by his support across the nation. Those of you who have followed this blog understand that I was never mystified…but I get out of the house. That criticism of Miller, notwithstanding, she did a good job with the piece below:
I treat the mainstream press in much the same way that I treat parolees-at-large. You don’t want them anywhere near you.