Despicable indeed. As Twitchy reported, the hacks over at the New York Times defended Obamacare-caused job losses as “liberating.” Pesky old jobs with a salary? No need for those. You have the “freedom” to be unemployed, rubes. This isn’t really surprising, coming from the same editorial board that said President Obama just “misspoke” when he lied and said y’all can keep your insurance plans.
Now this. Discouraging work? Super awesome, according to the White House and its lapdog buddies. Fox News’ Martha MacCallum let the Obama administration have it on Wednesday with one crushing question. Then it was Townhall’s Katie Pavlich’s turn:
But, hey, who needs freedom anyway?
Yep, that happened.
And from this Twitter user’s lips …
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