Yesterday, Bret Baier of Fox News conducted an actual interview with Barack Hussein Obama.
Baier asked real questions with relevant follow-up.
In short, he was doing the job of an actual journalist.
Something quite unique considering the slobbering Obama press corps.
Obama—on the defensive the entire time—ducked, weaved and filibustered. Really, it was pathetic.
Of all the nonsense Obama spouted—including a defense of the Louisiana kickback that is positivley Chavezian—perhaps the most revealing and chilling is the following:
“I don’t spend a lot of time worrying about what the procedural rules are in the House or Senate,” Obama said. “What I can tell you is that the vote that’s taken in the House will be a vote for health care reform. And if people vote yes, whatever form that takes, that is going to be a vote for health care reform. And I don’t think we should pretend otherwise. And if they don’t, if they vote against it, then they’re going to be voting against health care reform and they’re going to be voting in favor of the status quo.
“So Washington gets very concerned with these procedures in Congress, whether Republicans are in charge or Democrats are in charge,” he said.
Via Hot Air.
Full transcript of Baier-Obama interview here.
The founders of this nation came to these shores to escape rulers like Barack Hussein Obama. Tyrants with no regard for procedure. Tyrants who paid no heed to the voice of the people.
That’s why The Constitution is such an important document.
It is a series of procedures.
If you are an observant Jew, think of The Constitution as a halachic framework.
Well, Barack Hussein Obama has no interest in mere procedure.
He’s only interested in increasing the power of government and making you the citizen a drone in his utopian machine.
Mark my words, if Obamacare becomes the law of the land, we are witness to the birth of a new American tyranny.
Lest you think I’m being an alarmist, the fine lawyer/blogger Bookworm Room labels Obama The New Sun King: “Louis XIV, a despotic monarch, famously said L’etat c’est moi — I am the state.”
And in today’s WSJ, Fred Barnes predicts that Obamacare will turn into a multi-generational malignancy:
America will be in a constant health-care war if ObamaCare is enacted. Passage wouldn’t end the health-care debate. Rather, it would perpetuate ObamaCare as the dominant issue for decades to come, reshape politics, create an annual funding crisis in Congress, and generate a spate of angry lawsuits. Yet few in Washington seem aware of what lies ahead.
We only have to look at Great Britain to get a glimpse of the future. The National Health Service—socialized medicine—was created in 1946 and touted as the envy of the world. It’s been a contentious issue ever since. Its cost and coverage are perennial subjects of debate. The press, especially England’s most popular newspaper, The Daily Mail, feasts on reports of long waiting periods, dirty hospitals, botched care and denied access to treatments.