Arkansas Democrat and Obamacare evangelist Sen. Mark Pryor released an ad that has to be seen to be believed:
The Bible is his compass, so forget all about his Obamacare vote, Arkansas.
That’s how stupid he think Arkansas voters are, apparently.
Now, I may make some jokes about Arkansas, but being from Missouri, I have to tell you it’s state law. We’re allowed to rotate Iowa and Nebraska into the mix in northwest Missouri, but Arkansas is the favored target.
Even so, I don’t think you’re that stupid. It’ll take more than some pancake make-up and the Good Book to make you forget about Pryor’s dance with the Obamacare devil.
Final word from Allahpundit:
Bottom line: If the GOP can’t beat this stiff, who also voted for amnesty, in a conservative state with a Harvard Law grad turned decorated veteran as its nominee, it should disband.
Hat Tip: The Right Scoop
Millions of people across America are getting letters from their insurance companies, explaining to them that the coverage they had and appreciated has been deemed “substandard” by the moral busy-bodies in Washington.
In other words, their insurance is canceled.
However, the Democratic leader of the Senate, Harry Reid, gave his staff the go ahead to keep their sweet government health insurance plans:
Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, one of Obamacare’s architects and staunchest supporters, is also the only top congressional leader to exempt some of his staff from having to buy insurance through the law’s new exchanges.
This is in direct contradiction to what he said before:
In September, Reid told reporters, “Let’s stop these really juvenile political games — the one dealing with health care for senators and House members and our staff. We are going to be part of exchanges, that’s what the law says and we’ll be part of that.”
The lying continues.
If you like your insurance, you can keep it.
If you like your doctor, you can keep it.
We’re totally going to join the exchange.
Facts are a seed that can find no purchase in the Obama White House.
CNN White House correspondent Brianna Keilar reported Tuesday that the Obamacare website did not handle 50,000 simultaneous users Monday as the Obama administration had claimed.
“Turns out it really topped out somewhere between 30,000 and 40,000,” she said. “Some of those problems still being acknowledged by the White House.”
President Obama is going to start talking about the income gap, because it’s not Obamacare:
President Barack Obama wants to draw attention to the income gap between rich and poor in an economic address meant to both spur short-term congressional action and help set the agenda for the remainder of his presidency.
Ah, yes. The income gap.
Here’s the thing: under Obama, it’s only gotten worse:
The difference between America’s median and average wages grew at a rate of 0.28 percent under President Bush, while it’s grown at a rate of 1.14 percent — or about four times that — under Obama, according to The New York Times.
That’s right. Obama is going to start preaching about the need to fix a problem that’s grown at quadruple the rate under him as it did under Bush.
But he’ll totally fix it now, because…