Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Oh, come on.

Oh, boo-hoo.  Grow up.  Yes, you've been lied to.  Anyone anywhere else during presidential campaign season would have known better.

But no.  Donna Vanzant believed 0bama's promises:
"I was very excited and felt warm by the embrace thinking this is really going to happen. I’m going to get the help I need because he promised that. I’ve gotten no help. I’ve gotten nothing but ‘No, you’re not covered for this. No, you’re not covered for that."
If she wants to be upset, she needs to be upset with herself for believing 0bama's campaign promises.  She wasn't the one played--she was one of the tools he used to play the nation. 

Anyone with half a brain knows that a politician's lying if his/her lips are moving and there's sound coming out. 


  1. But I'm confident Obamacare will be MUCH better than . . . . well . . . . something or other . . .

    No . . . . really!!

    1. That's right, and the check is in the mail.

  2. "A politician lied to me" should be the new "and bears s*** in the woods."