Not ‘too stupid’ |

Not ‘too stupid’

At last the truth emerges. The so-called intellectual elite have revealed their true sentiments in the words of Jonathan Gruber, one of the highly paid academicians hired by the Democrats to develop and promote ObamaCare.

As the architect of ObamaCare, Gruber alleged that the American people are “too stupid” to know what is best for them. Therefore, he said, they must be duped into acquiescence.

While the American electorate is far from stupid, there does exist a bloc of voters who are easily duped. For example, anyone who would believe the following statements made by our community organizer-president is suspect.

• If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor — period.

• If you like your medical plan, you can keep your medical plan — period.

• The average family will save $2,500 annually in medical insurance payments.

All of the above were to occur despite the addition of 30 million new ObamaCare enrollees.

And yes, there’s a bridge in Brooklyn I would like to sell you.

Jack Bologna


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