This is the stupidity that passes for political commentary on Fox "news." Mike Huckabee would like his viewers to believe that the expansion of Medicaid is somehow like giving those undeserving poors a free hamburger and they're sticking it to all of those hard working real 'Murkins out there and causing them to pay too much for their health insurance.... or something.
This is why we can't have nice things... because people like this useless hack are actually allowed to have a supposed "news" show on national television. Apparently the disgusting Katrina comparisons weren't quite enough for David Gregory, so he had to up the ante a little:
Chris Hayes opened his show with an editorial tonight and I'm right there with him. I'm sick to death of the media coverage comparing the rollout of the Affordable Care Act to Katrina. I've had it with the Republicans doing everything in their power to do real damage to real people's lives with their sabotage and obstruction and like Hayes, I'm fed up with these weak kneed Democrats thinking that they can distance themselves from the law politically if they wanted to.
Given the track record of James O'Keefe's Project Veritas, who wants to take dibs that these videos being pushed by Fox and Bill O'Reilly, going after "Obamacare" navigators who are still in training, are heavily edited? That didn't seem to bother Bill-O one bit and he featured their latest hit piece in his Talking Points Memo this Monday evening.
Fox's Brit Hume thinks that "free riders" ought to be "free" to go without health insurance so the rest of us can be "free" to pick up their tab.
So says the biggest partisan hack on MSNBC on this Sunday's Meet the Press.
Jon Stewart let President Obama have it again for his statements about keeping your health care and doctor on this Tuesday's show, but his real ire was aimed at the talking heads over at Fox who have been lying like motherf**kers about the law day in and day out.
Stephen Colbert opened up his show this Monday evening by reminding his viewers just who the real victims of this "slow motion train wreck that is the rollout" of the Affordable Care Act are -- America's "most vulnerable" -- the men.
Axelrod Hits Kristol For Predictions That ACA Has Failed: 'Spoken Like A Man Who Has Good Health Insurance'
David Axelrod hits back at Bloody Bill Kristol and his premature predictions of the demise of "Obamacare" on this Sunday's Meet the Press.
Meet the Press decided to treat their viewers to Mr. Pants-on-Fire Willard Mitt Romney concern trolling about President Obama's honesty.