We Have Ways Of Making You Not Talk
Speaking in Orlando, Florida (home of all things Mickey Mouse and Goofy) on Monday, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius declared "there is absolutely no evidence - and every economist will tell you this - that there is any job loss related to the Affordable Care Act."
Unless, of course, you're one of the economists working in the Congressional Budget Office who recently said they expect Obamacare to kill around two and a half million jobs.
Of course, this isn't the first time that Sebelius has demonstrated that she's non compos mentis. When she was initially quizzed about the flood of Obamacare waivers being issued to political cronies of this administration, she claimed not to have ever heard of them. And her disastrous stewardship of the Obamacare website is now the stuff of legend; at least the captain of the Titanic had the good grace to go down with his ship instead of insisting that no one was drowning.
Proving once again that he's not afraid to take on the tough questions from hard-hitting journalists, Barack Obama sat down for an interview with, uh, former basketball player Charles Barkley.
During the alleged interview, the president declared that signing up for Obamacare is now "just part of growing up" for young Americans, which will surely come as a horrible shock to Pajama Boy - the program's effete jammy wearing, cocoa sipping, parental basement dwelling mascot.
Oddly, this is the first time that Hope n' Change can recall the president ever encouraging anyone to "grow up" instead of latching on to the government teat like a ravenous lamprey affixing itself to a manatee.
But then again, Obama is really just telling the kids to give him their freaking money so they don't get hurt. Which isn't so much "growing up" as getting bullied.