As if watching DC’s top community organizer who never performed a courageous act in his life, receive a “Profile In Courage” award wasn’t hilarious enough, Obama sycophants got the opportunity to watch their former president point his noise in the air, while begging Congress to save his failed legacy. Even funnier, was to watch Barack Obama, as he encouraged members of Congress to fight back against the repeal of Obamacare, while reminding them of members of Congress who lost their jobs because they supported his signature Obamacare legislation in the first place. After desperately grasping at straws, Obama attempted to compare himself to President Kennedy and invoked Martin Luther King, Jr. If liberals really wanted to give Barack Obama an award that he was truly worth of receiving, it should’ve been an award for “Profiles in Arrogance and Idiocy”…
Barack Obama implored members of Congress to have the “courage” not to repeal the Affordable Care Act Sunday night.
The former president made his first public remarks about the proposed health care legislation just days after House Republicans voted to pass the measure 217 to 213. If it passes the Senate, it would repeal and replace major parts of Obamacare.
During his speech, Obama also lauded the Democratic members of Congress who voted in favor of the Affordable Cart Act in 2010 and then lost their seats because of it.
“These men and women did the right thing, the hard thing, and theirs was a profile in courage, and because of that vote, 20 million people got health insurance that didn’t have it before.” –Daily Caller