Joe Biden Describes ObamaCare As ‘A Big (F-Bombing) Deal’

One thing you have to say about our administration, they are the paradigm of virtue and class.

Joe Biden’s foul mouth has spanned the world.  From the UK Guardian:

Joe Biden: ‘This is a big fucking deal’
The vice-president’s loose lips fail him again as a microphone picks up an Anglo-Saxon aside meant for Obama’s ears

The vice-president’s loose lips fail him again as a microphone picks up an Anglo-Saxon aside meant for Obama’s ears

Joe Biden is famous for having a mouth that out-runs his brain from time to time, and so it proved again, as the vice-president was caught exclaiming in no uncertain terms live on national television.

After introducing the president at the signing ceremony for healthcare reform legislation at the White House today, Biden turned and embraced his boss while excitedly whispering into Obama’s ear: “This is a big fucking deal!” Loudly enough to be picked up by the cameras and microphones in the East Room. Fox News was the first to pick up on Biden’s blooper, and repeatedly ran the clip (above). Biden can clearly be heard saying the phrase around the nine-second mark.

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I try to watch my own language, but in quoting the vice president of the country, it IS a “big fucking deal.”  The national rape of the American people is clearly a “big fucking  deal.”

ObamaCare is so vile and so nasty and so damaging to the country that expletives become necessary to express it.

As I earlier pointed out:

There’s not a single major polling organization that has found that the people want ObamaCare.  And most polls have support for ObamaCare in the 30s, with basically 2-1 margins against it.  Here’s an example from CNN’s poll out yesterday:

A CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll found that 59 percent of those surveyed opposed the bill, and 39 percent favored it. All of the interviews were conducted before the House voted Sunday night, but the contents of the bill were widely known.

In addition, 56 percent said the bill gives the government too much involvement in health care; 28 percent said it gives the government the proper role and 16 percent said it leaves Washington with an inadequate role.

On the question of costs, 62 percent said the bill increases the amount of money they personally spend on health care; 21 percent said their costs would remain the same and 16 percent said they would decrease.

That matches the 20-point margin from the Fox News poll, which had the margin at 55% against versus only 35% for ObamaCare.

We’ve had three statewide elections during the ObamaCare debate.  All three states had voted heavily for Obama; and all three states elected Republicans over Democrats.  Even Camelot voted Republican, as Massachusetts voters elected a man who campaigned to be the 41st vote against ObamaCare to replace Ted Kennedy as their senator.

Other polls have the margin even MORE massive.  The Center for Medicine in the Public Interest Advance (CMPI-A), in partnership with Pajamas Media, has an eye-popping poll out that “demonstrates an extremely high level of concern with the current bill”:

· Six in ten Americans (60%) agree that a current Democrat proposal to send the Senate health care bill to the president without voting up or down on it is “unfair.”

· Most Americans oppose (81%) health care reforms that would increase insurance premiums for healthy people to offset premiums of people who wait until they are diagnosed with an illness to purchase insurance.

· Eight Americans in ten (81%) oppose allowing the government to decide what kind of health care coverage Americans are able to purchase.

· Most Americans (87%) oppose having a government panel recommend or decide what medical procedures or medical advances your doctor or health plan can or cannot use.

· More than eight Americans in ten (84%) support reforms that would allow people to buy health insurance where it is the least expensive, such as across state lines.

· Three in four Americans (76%) oppose health care reforms that would raise taxes and cut Medicare benefits to pay for health care subsidies for expanded coverage for those currently insured.

This is a coup d’etat against the American people by an elitest majority taking brutal advantage of temporary political power to impose an incredibly partisan and ideological bill.

Which is to say, to continue using Joe Biden’s language, “Fuck the American people.”

And it certainly IS a “big fucking deal” when the most Marxist, the most immoral, the most arrogant, and the most abusive administration in American history demonstrates that it truly could care less about the American people.

So from now on, you are more than welcome to paraphrase Vice President Biden and refer to our government as “a big fucking administration.”

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