Bill Clinton Doubles Down, Reminds Voters How Much ObamaCare Sucks...
A lot of people don't like ObamaCare. I know, I know, not surprising. High premiums, crappy selection of coverage options. It's a suckfest no matter which way you slice it... Which is what Bill Clinton keeps telling people (see WATCH: ObamaCare Gets Completely Destroyed by... Bill Clinton?). Yes, as in Billiam Grabby-Hands Clinton. The Democrat. It's only been a few days since he ripped into the Affordable Care Act, and he's already back at it again...
Former President Bill Clinton reiterated attacks against the Affordable Care Act while campaigning for his wife, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, in Ohio on Tuesday.
"There is a big problem with it [ObamaCare] that needs to be fixed... If you're just above the line to qualify for Medicaid expansion, or just above the line for subsidies for small businesses and workers. The likelihood is that your premiums have gone up, your coverage has gone down... There's a reason for that."
"You have bargaining power, and 80 percent of all the healthcare costs every year are claimed by 20 percent of the people," Clinton added.
Firstly, notice how he prefaces his criticism with "I support the ACA." We call that covering your rear end. Seems like old Bill doesn't mind throwing jabs at Obama every now and then (see Bill Clinton: Wow, the Obama Economy Sure Has Been Terrible...). He likely caught a lot of flak for his past comments. But the dude just doesn't care about the consequences, sort of like how he doesn't care if his sexual partners are willing (ALLEGEDLY).
So, you know it's bad when even your fellow Democrat feels the need to speak out against your program. Regardless of what said Democrat's motives are, you look like a dingleberry. Especially when that Democrat's wife is also getting your endorsement.
Obviously Mr and Mrs Clinton aren't exactly a goldmine of bright comments. More like a trough full of pig slop. In terms of ideas and appearance too. Yet once in a while Bill surprises us all by saying something we can actually agree with. We still don't like him, but Democrats taking shots at other Democrats? We'll take it.
And yes, as we stated in the previous article, Bill is likely making these comments to bolster his other half in the election, so she can not only distance herself from Obama, she can promise even BETTER government healthcare. See how that works?