Rep. John Dingell says that Obamacare’s end goal is to “control the People.” This is the first honest assessment of Obamacare we have seen from a Democrat. (He doesn’t mean this, of course. In fact, his staff is attempting to walk this back by attributing it to tiredness.)
Rep. John Conyers, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, and, really, I can’t stress that enough, cites the “good and welfare” clause of the Constitution to validate Obamacare’s constitutionality. There is one little, inconsequential, unimportant problem with that: There is no “good and welfare” clause in the Constitution (unless, of course, I have 3 incomplete or defective copies of the Constitution)!
Sarah Palin is close to a deal with Discovery Communications for her reality show “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” that would pay her $1.2 million per episode. Palin is proving that she isn’t the savior of conservatism we thought she was 2 years ago.