Fairytales And Dr. Seuss…

Fairytale ...

Yertle the turtle...

I’m Yertle the Turtle!

Oh, marvelous me!
For I am the ruler
of all that I see!

Your Majesty. Please…
I don’t like to complain.
But down here below,
we are feeling great pain.

Yertle the Turtle just morphed himself into the faux president of the United States, and the unfortunate thing is, that he played the character to a Tee. A few weeks ago two patriot warriors stood toe-to-shoelace for 24 hours on the floor of the Senate, warning the nation of the tyrannical fraud occupying the White House and his insistence upon foisting the Abominable Obamacare on We The People. Ted Cruz was particularly smeared, besmirched, and demeaned by the dinginess of the usual liberal progressive Democrat cabal, for reading Green Eggs and Ham to his children. Little did they realize that their own leader had already been lampooned decades before, by the brilliant prophetic artistry of the same Green Eggs and Ham Dr. Seuss. Reverting back to his narcissistic meaningless platitudes, the fraud president regurgitated his determination to force through the abomination, We The People be damned.

But there’s a catch with president’s proposed solution. The president is not proposing that the law be changed to allow all health insurance plans grandfathered into Obamacare’s eligibility requirements. No, instead the White House is saying that it will use “enforcement discretion” to allow illegal health insurance plans to be able to still be sold. That is, the Obama administration will not enforce the penalty on individuals for not having eligible health insurance plans and they’ll allow the insurance companies to still sell so-called bad plans — plans they technically can’t sell under Obamacare.

The Weekly Standard was quick to the post on this one …

President Clinton famously dismissed Obama’s candidacy for president of the United States by saying, “Give me a break. This whole thing is the biggest fairy tale I have ever seen.”With Obama’s reliance on “enforcement discretion,” it would now seem that Clinton had a point — and that the “fairy tale” continues.

Daniel Halper’s full expose` right here…

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