Sunday, January 24, 2010

Pathologically Delusional

Via Memeorandum, FOS Gibbs says the President isn't convinced that the election of Scott Brown was a referendum on Obamacare:

The White House is evaluating whether to take a breather on health care or try to push for passing legislation, but is not convinced Massachusetts voters were trying to block health insurance reform by voting last week to send Republican Scott Brown to the U.S. Senate, Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said Sunday.

Seriously? With Democrats outnumbering Republicans in Massachusetts by a margin of 3:1, and with a candidate who clearly campaigned as the 41st vote against Obamacare, they still aren't convinced?

Gibbs said that Brown may have campaigned on stopping the health care bill but that's not why voters elected him over Democrat Martha Coakley.

"More people voted to express their support for Barack Obama than to oppose him," Gibbs said.


And these people are running the country.


DeserveLiberty said...

They will never admit a failure of their ideology. The true-believing socialists are unable to recognize the folly of their Utopian dreams. The tyrants just continue their game of words hoping for that next break provided by fabricated crisis.

Anonymous said...

Old Eggo Gibbs (just look at his head and you'll understand why Eggo) is right, The Massachusetts vote wasn't just a referendum on Obamacare. It was referendum on Obama. Period!