Obama Channels Stalin in Rose Garden Speech

Friday, April 4, 2014
By Paul Martin

M. Catharine Evans
April 4, 2014

President Obama stepped into the Rose Garden April 1 to remind us that his mission to fundamentally transform the United States healthcare system is too important to be swayed by majority opinion. Obama declared an end to debate.

Our top official made it clear the detrimental consequences of his law exist only in our minds. Obama asserted that we the people are the problem. Obamacare “is doing what it’s supposed to do…the debate over repealing this law is over. The Affordable Care Act is here to stay.”

Is Obama channeling his inner Stalin? The Soviet dictator was known for painting glorious pictures of abundance and paradise in his speeches while sarcastically mocking those that would not get with the program. In a conversation with his Minister of Foreign Service in 1933, Stalin gave his verbal approval to a draft of an upcoming public statement saying:

It came out well…the confident, contemptuous tone…the delicate but plain spitting in the pot of the swaggering ‘great powers’–very good. Let them eat it.

Obama has essentially said the same thing. Don’t like my law? You can just eat it. Echoing Stalin, Obama also pronounced a radiant, economic future for healthcare once the Affordable Care Act is fully realized.

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